Two U.S. EPA Projects to Remove Marine PCB’s via Dredging

Two recent U.S. EPA projects involving removal of marine PCB’s through the use of dredging appear in the news.

One article covers the recent dredging of PCB-contaminated sediments from the New Bedford Harbor and appears in U.S. EPA Harbor Cleanup News / New Bedford Superfund Site newsletter. To read more see: http://www.epa.gov/ne/nbh/pdfs/275434.pdf

Another article covers the Fox River Phase I site clean-up in Wisconsin. A description of the dredging and overview of the project appear on the Fox River Phase I web site. To read more see: http://www.foxriverphase1.com/dredging/dredging.html

Thanks to Phil Grove of Ellicott Dredging for the submission.

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