EPA: Burying 40 More Miles of Northern Pass Better for Wetlands

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says burying an additional 40 miles of Northern Pass transmission line in its most northern segment would be less damaging to wetlands and wildlife than as currently proposed and “appears practicable.”

A letter dated Sept. 26 from EPA’s Region 1 to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New England District said guidelines to receive a Section 404 permit require the “least environmentally damaging practicable alternative.” | More…

| InDepthNH

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