Endicott's toxic plume reduced by 80% since 2004, says DEC

Mar 6, 2015

Department of Environmental Conservation maps showing the reduction of the toxic plume since 2004.
Credit Matt Richmond/WSKG News

New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation has been working with IBM to clean up a chemical spill in Endicott for years now. At a public meeting last night, officials from the DEC gave an update on one of the contaminated areas identified for cleanup.

For details on this long saga, which may be nearing an end, WSKG’s Managing Editor Bret Jaspers spoke with reporter Matt Richmond.