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EPA Authorizes $1.8M to Remove Unsafe Liquids From Two Connecticut Industrial Sites - Environmental Law News

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Posted on: Nov 10, 2016

According to the Insurance Journal, Federal environmental regulators say they’re trying to contain and remove as much as 200,000 gallons of dangerous liquid chemicals and compounds found in storage tanks at two abandoned industrial properties in Waterbury.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency tells the Republican-American it has authorized $1.8 million to remove the chemicals, which includes more than 3,000 gallons of cyanide and 20,000 gallons of strong acids. There are also bases and oils.

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