PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) in the Hudson River. Natural Recovery Vs. Dredging

View Paper
Pages: 14
(approximately 235 words/page)

Essay Database > Society & Culture > Environment
When 60 Minutes' correspondent Lesley Stahl asked about G.E. polluting the Hudson River, G.E.'s chairman, Dr. Welch insisted, "We didn't dump. We had a permit from the U.S. Government and the State of New York to do exactly what we did. Do you think I'd come to work in a company that would do that, or condone that? I wouldn't do it, Lesley! This is nuts!" Well, it turns out that maybe …

showed first 75 words of 3808 total
Sign up for EssayTask and enjoy a huge collection of student essays, term papers and research papers. Improve your grade with our unique database!
showed last 75 words of 3808 total
…dispute PCB risk. Poughkeepsie Journal. [Journal, selected on-line]. Retrieved on November 6, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/projects/pcb/pcb092500s1.htm. Cappiello, D. (2000, November 2). Report calls dredging likely. The Times Union. [On-line newspaper]. Retrieved November 6, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http://www.timesunion.com/AspStories/story.asp?storyKey=44855&BCCode=HOME&newsdate=11/2/00. Rivlin, M. (1998). Muddy waters: GE, PR, and PCBs. The Amicus Journal. [Online Journal]. Retrieved October 20 from the Library.