Hudson River PCBs NPL Site

State TrusteeState of New York
AO Bureau

Also Known As


Incident Type



New York

Case Status



Hudson River


Contaminants of Concern Include

Affected DOI Resources Include

DOI Managed Lands, Migratory Birds

Case Description

General Electric (GE) manufacturing facilities located in Fort Edward and Hudson Falls, New York, have released PCBs into the Hudson River that have adversely impacted natural resources.

Photo of General Electric plant on the Hudson River, Credit: NOAA

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Factsheet (Showing 20 of 31 items. Group continues on the next page.)

 Factsheet 2013 Public Restoration Project Proposals 09/01/2013
 Factsheet 2014 Hudson River Accomplishments 12/01/2014
 Factsheet 2014 Mink Injury Investigations 05/01/2014
 Factsheet 2015 Fact Sheet 01/01/2015
 Factsheet 2015 Fish Consumption Advisory 04/01/2015
 Factsheet 2015 Freshwater Mussels  
 Factsheet 2015 PCBs Superfund Site Cleanup  
 Factsheet Amphibian Investigations for the Hudson River NRDA 2007  
 Factsheet Amphibian Investigations for the Hudson River NRDA 2008  
 Factsheet Amphibian Studies 11/01/2007
 Factsheet Assessment Plan  
 Factsheet Avian Investigations 12/01/2006
 Factsheet Avian Investigations for the Year 2004  
 Factsheet Fact Sheet-Bald Eagles 05/01/2012
 Factsheet Fish Toxicity Pilot Study 05/01/2009
 Factsheet Freshwater Mussel 2019 Update 03/14/2019
 Factsheet Freshwater Mussel Restoration  
 Factsheet Gray Catbird Egg Exposure 05/01/2015
 Factsheet Hudson River NRDA 2003 Update  
 Factsheet Mink Injury Investigations for the Hudson River NRDA 2010-2011 11/01/2007

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Case Contact

New York Ecological Services Field Office

Cortland, NY | (607) 753-9334 |

Case Trustees

AO Bureau
State TrusteeState of New York

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