DEEP: Okay To Eat Fish From Quinnipiac River After Chromium Spill"The test results of the surface water and the sediment sampling of the bottom of the river and the embankments of the river have proven non-detect for hexavalent chromium, and we are comfortable lifting the fishing advisory," said DEEP Emergency Response Unit Supervisor Jeff Chandler.
DEEP Lifts Fish Consumption Advisory For Quinnipiac RiverOfficials with Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection have lifted the advisory to residents regarding eating fish from a portion of the Quinnipiac River after a hazmat spill last week.
Connecticut Agency Still Awaits River Water Testing ResultsConnecticut officials are still awaiting the results of water and soil sediment tests taken after an estimated 300 gallons of chemicals spilled into the Quinnipiac River in Southington.
DEEP: Avoid Fish Due To Southington ContaminationThe state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is advising the public not to eat fish from a section of the Quinnipiac River in Southington.
Body Found In River IdentifiedDiscovery was made late Sunday morning
Conn. Companies To Pay $750K For Waste Violations
Diesel Fuel Spill From Route 5 Accident Contained Before Reaching River State environmental officials say a large diesel fuel spill in North Haven has been contained before reaching the Quinnipiac River.
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