The site on the banks of Rising Pond in Housatonic, Massachusetts, a hamlet in Great Barrington, where General Electric has proposed to create a PCB landfill (marked in yellow).
To the editor:
Come on, GE, do the right thing. You have a chance to do something positive and to show your good intentions to the community in which you operated and from which you benefited for many years. Depositing PCBs onto land that is now free of toxins in a community setting is unconscionable. If you are not careful, we may have to change your motto of bringing good things to life.
Elizabeth Shaker Inglis
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