Kathy Hochul on Environment
EPA cleanup of intolerable odors & emissions in Attica
Hochul announced that the EPA will now assume the lead role in the troubling situation at an Attica business, which has left the community exposed to intolerable odors and emissions.
"The EPA & state DEC [will] to take the lead to investigate the
situation and conduct air and dust sample testing. It is unacceptable that residents continue to endure poor air quality and worry about their health, even when in their homes," Rep. Hochul said.
In partnership with the DEC, the
EPA has announced that they:Portions of a large pile of glass fragments at the facility are burning at 750 degrees, creating nuisance emissions. Further, odors and dust emanating from the facility have had an adverse affect on general quality of life in the community.
Source: US House press release in 2014 New York State Governor race
, Sep 20, 2012
- Have mobilized personnel to the site to work on controlling the fire and emissions;
- Have taken the lead on testing and remediation efforts;
- Will protect taxpayers by seeking cost recovery from the responsible
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