EPA proposes $460 million dredging of Hudson River near GE site

General Electric Co. immediately objected to the agency’s $460 million proposal which it would have to bankroll under Superfund rules, saying in a statement that it might be worse for the environment to dredge the river than to leave it alone.

NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 6, 2000 (PRNewswire) – The New Jersey Supreme Court today announced it has affirmed the Appellate Court Division’s decision upholding the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities restructuring and securitization orders for PSE&G.


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