Connecticut Reacts to Illegal Dumping

August 2009
Official Board Markets;8/22/2009, Vol. 85 Issue 34, p1
The article reports response of the local and state officials in Connecticut to the illegal dumping that happened August 15, 2009 in Bristol, Plymouth, Harwinton, and Burlington, Connecticut. It mentions that the government officials will attempt to discover who's responsible for more than 60 55-gallon barrels of oil and sludge tossed in the woods and open with no lids on the area. Moreover, the state Department of Environment Protection found that the materials was hazardous.


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