State dredging of Farmington River spill pollution possible, official says

by Gregory B. Hladky, Hartford Courant

State officials are considering the possibility of dredging a section of the Farmington River in Windsor contaminated by a spill of firefighting foam containing the hazardous chemical compounds called PFAS.Liz Lacy, a National Park Service official, said Thursday that she’s been told by a Connecticut environmental official there “could be some dredging” of the river to remove sediments polluted by the spill that originated at Bradley International Airport.

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