State environmental officials are
continuing to float the idea of building a renewable energy project on the site
of the abandoned asbestos mine in Eden and Lowell. Voters in the towns refused last month to
declare the mine a Superfund site, which would have provided money to clean it
The federal and state government can't afford to clean up an abandoned asbestos
mine in northern Vermont now that voters have rejected a Superfund designation
for the site. That's
the word from the state Agency of Natural Resources, and the EPA.