In 50 Years You Can Safely Eat Fish From The Hudson!

A review of the dredging project that took place on the Hudson River from 2009 to 2015 says everything is going along as expected, but it will still take time for the PCB's to work their way out of the fish. In fact, it will be about 55 years until it is expected to be safe to eat fish regularly from the River. 

The better news is, it will be about 15 years until it is considered safe to eat fish once every two months from the river. 

In the meantime, the EPA recommends going to Long John Silvers. 

[Daily Gazette]

photo: Andy Arthur, Flickr Creative Commons


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