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“I am ruling out the need for us to move directly to a regulatory mechanism when we have folks stepping up and are willing to do the conservation measures,” she told reporters after the visits.
Jackson has been under fire for months from Republicans and agribusiness interests over environmental agency actions or rumors that the agency was going to issue regulations on a range of issues, including dust and pesticides as well as water pollution.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Wayne County and Occidental Chemical Corporation to assess and remove or contain mercury at specific bridges in Wayne County believed to be constructed of former mercury cell parts. The MOU outlines an initial path forward, focusing on the first three bridges to be remediated, as well as parts located at the Wayne County Highway Department yard. Glenn Springs Holdings, Inc., an affiliate of Occidental Chemical Corporation, will be responsible for implementing the MOU.