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Thanks to all who joined our Nov. 13 and Nov. 29 informational sessions about the Beneficial Environmental Project (BEP) proposal guidelines and BEP selection process.

DEADLINE: Proposals for projects with public or environmental benefits are being accepted until Dec. 31, 2023. Learn more here.

REMEDIATION
STARTS 
HERE

A collaborative, actionable plan for cleanup of mercury in the Penobscot River Estuary.

ENVIRONMENTAL RENEWAL

We appreciated the turnout for our Nov. 13 and Nov. 29 informational sessions about the Beneficial Environmental Project (BEP) proposal guidelines and process for evaluating BEPs for funding by the Penobscot Estuary Beneficial Environmental Projects Trustee.

 

Visit the Project Trust webpage here to find our Nov. 13 and Nov. 29 presentations.

Find the BEP proposal guidelines and more here.

In October 2022, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine approved a Consent Decree that requires Mallinckrodt US LLC (Mallinckrodt) to pay a minimum of $187 million (and possibly an additional $80 million) to remediate mercury contamination in the Penobscot River Estuary.

Under the Consent Decree, two trusts have been created to accelerate recovery of Maine’s largest river and provide meaningful and lasting benefit for the surrounding communities and environment.

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