LIGHTS OUT NORLITE Lightsoutnorlite.org MEDIA RELEASE For Release: January 26, 2024More Information: Mark Dunlea, firstname.lastname@example.org, 518 860-3725Cohoes Council President Adam Biggs, 518 237-2764 Latest Norlite Violations While Under Court Oversight Shows Company Incapable of Safely Operating and Should be Shut Down Area residents, environmental groups, and elected officials reacted in shock to the […]
The NYS Department of Health recently released a health outcome report for the areas surrounding the Norlite facility. You can read their review in PDF from here.
Justice Kimberly O’Connor rules to dismiss Norlite’s claim that AG and intervenors “allegations have no possible bearing on subject matter in litigation”, and the lawsuit has “caused significant reputational harm” to Norlite.
NYS Supreme Court Justice Kimberly O’ Connor rules in favor of Lights Out Norlite to join as plaintiffs in the Attorney General and the NYS DEC’s case against Norlite LLC.
On Sunday morning, February 6, 2023, NYS DEC was alerted to complaints of a strong odor coming from the Norlite facility. This incident occurred just days after a 200 gallon oil spill at the facility. NYS DEC Regional Director Anthony Luisi commented. “After reporting to the facility, our responders confirmed a strong burning odor and
On Thursday February 2, 2023, Norlite notified the NYS DEC about a 200 gallon waste oil spill in an equipment facility on the property. Initial DEC investigations report that an equipment failure was the source of the leak. The DEC says they will continue to evaluate the spill and whether there are any violations of