Environmental Law Alert: DEP Aims to Get Mercury out of Fish by Imposing Limits on Sewage Sludge Incinerators

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This alert, published by Pullman & Comley's Environmental Law section, discusses efforts by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to address the level of mercury in the environment through a draft abatement order to the eight sewage sludge incinerators in the state, compelling them to study their air emissions of mercury and find a way to reduce those emissions.

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