Rep. Cushing to PUC: Don’t Let ‘Polluter’ Eversource Buy Aquarion Water

A state lawmaker says Eversource Energy shouldn’t be allowed to buy Aquarion Water because Eversource was one of the polluters of the Coakley Superfund Site on the Seacoast years ago and is liable for about 2 percent of the cleanup.

Rep. Renny Cushing said while researching legislation to clarify that the Coakley Landfill Group, an organization of parties responsible for the superfund site, is subject to the state right-to-know law, he obtained a copy of the Coakley Landfill Group Participation Agreement dated Sept. 21, 1991. | More…

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