That was four years before the record 1989 $15 million fine against Spectra (then Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.). What other safety problems does Spectra know that it’s not telling?
Philip Shabecoff wrote for the New York Times 17 March 1987, DATA SHOW E.P.A. DELAYED WARNING ABOUT PCB PERIL
The Environmental Protection Agency knew about PCB contamination at specific sites along the Texas Eastern pipeline as early as the autumn of 1985 but took no immediate action to protect public health at the sites, according to internal agency documents.
Agency officials had said that they were unable to act more quickly to deal with the contamination because they had insufficient information from the company.
In case you’re having trouble following all the name changes, Continue reading EPA and Spectra knew about PCBs as early as 1985