Con Edison Plans to Replace All Lead-Covered Cables
The New York utility joined the EPA's National Partnership for Environmental Priorities Program, a voluntary program that aims to reduce or eliminate the use of targeted chemicals.
According to the EPA, Con Edison has crafted a plan to remove some 2,400 sections of underground paper-insulated lead-clad electric feeder cables in 2008 and another 2,400 sections in 2009. That promise is one of...
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