IBM Endicott

IBM Endicott Groundwater Testing
The village of Endicott is moving to conduct independent testing of groundwater samples following efforts to remove chemical contamination linked to IBM manufacturing activities.
IBM Endicott Superfund Meeting
Endicott-area residents will have an opportunity to tell state regulators what they think about the next step in addressing contamination at the former IBM property in the village.
Endicott Superfund Plan
State environmental officials have scheduled a meeting to discuss a proposal to deal with chemical contamination at the former IBM Endicott manufacturing site.
The Department of Environmental Conservation plans to hold the session on March 7 at 6 p...
A "Very Complicated Case"
An attorney who worked for many of the people who claimed harm because of contamination at the IBM Endicott manufacturing site said the legal case could have dragged on for another two decades.
Stephen Schwarz of the Faraci Lange law firm in Rochester said all lawsuits involving allegations of vapor …
"Big Blue" Checks
IBM has paid several million dollars to hundreds of people who have been seeking compensation for claims related to chemical contamination at the company's Endicott microelectronics facility.
The company and many of the plaintiffs who had taken IBM to court last year agreed to a settlement of th…
Demolition Ahead?
A push to demolish three large buildings once used by IBM at its Endicott manufacturing complex is moving forward.
Hazardous Chemicals Remain
An environmental group is planning to discuss what might be done to continue the cleanup at a polluted Endicott manufacturing site once owned by IBM.
The Western Broome Environmental Stakeholders Coalition will hold a public meeting at the First United Methodist Church at 53 McKinley Avenue...
Cleanup to Continue
State environmental officials say significant progress has been made in cleaning up the chemical contamination around the former IBM Endicott manufacturing site.
The Department of Environmental Conservation provided an update on the remediation project at a public meeting Thursday evening...

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