A C-HIT Joint Investigation: State Polluters Avoid Fines


NAUGATUCK, Conn. (WTNH) — “Nearly half of the 60 companies that are allowed to discharge wastewater directly into Connecticut’s rivers, brooks and other bodies of water exceeded the amounts of toxic metals or other pollutants that their permits allowed over the last three years, a C-HIT analysis of federal data shows,” writes reporter Gary Stoller

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In partnership with the Connecticut Health I-Team, News8 reviewed hundreds of federal and state records detailing wastewater discharge levels in. You can Stoller’s full full report by clicking here.

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