Con Edison, NJ Utility To Split $10M Tab For Hudson Leak – Law360

20August 2020

Law360 (August 20, 2020, 3:25 PM EDT)– Consolidated Edison Co. of New York Inc. and a New Jersey utility have agreed to pay the federal government nearly $10 million for the clean-up of 1,687 gallons of dielectric fluid that dripped into the Hudson River from undersea transmission lines co-owned by the utilities.In a grievance

and settlement agreement filed Wednesday in New Jersey federal court, Con Edison and Public Service Electric and Gas Co. consented to divide the expense from the government for elimination costs and interest along with collectively pay a $77,389 civil penalty for Clean Water Act violations.The utilities did not

confess or reject …

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