DEQ Says George’s Exceeded Ammonia Discharge Limit For Stony Creek
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Posted: November 9, 2012
By KAITLIN MAYHEW
Rain from Hurricane Sandy swells Stony Creek on Oct. 30 near the top of a span on Senedo Road near Edinburg. A day earlier, a George’s Inc. plant in Edinburg reported to the Department of Environmental Quality that it was emitting higher-than-permitted levels of ammonia into the creek. (Photo by Kaitlin Mayhew)
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