could NR be a likely candidate for the PCB clean up job? I did quick search on PCB and NR and came up with this SEC filing on US liquids Dec 00, I'll spend more time researching this laterhttp://news.moneycentral.msn.com/sec/mda.asp?Symbol=USL&Print=TRUEThe special charges included an additional $470,000 for disposal of PCB contaminated materials at our Detroit facility.The Oilfield Waste Division's revenues increased $1.1 million, or 6.3%, due primarily to the restructuring of our agreement with Newpark Resources, Inc. in September 1998.
Not a chance. NR doesn't play in hazardous stuff. That will have to go to Ohm, USL, SafetyKlean or one of them players.
could be some biz for nr, but this thing with ge is going to take a long time in court. ge is going to keep fighting, and years could go by before any cleanup could happen in a big way.
I don;t think its soley GE, I think there will be others to surface from the 70's in other states