Trinity Industries Website
This is the website for Trinity Industries
Trinity Industries
This is a link for A LOT of info
http://www.oshrc.gov/decisions/html_2006/05-0773.htmlnformation this is a webpage about Trinity's chemicals

NEWSPAPER LINKS
http://www.sharonherald.com/local/local_story_004214454.html - Sharon Herald - Trinity Industries wants to inspect site for hazardous waste - Published January 04, 2008 09:44 pm -
Trinity Industries Inc. wants to inspect its former railcar plant site in Greenville for hazardous materials, but the current property owner has refused to give its permission. Trinity filed a motion Dec. 26 in U.S. District Court, Pittsburgh, for a judge to order no later than Feb. 1 that an environmental consultant be granted access to the property on their behalf.


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Trinity amends lawsuit vs. parkSaturday, November 10, 2007; Posted: 02:52 PM GREENVILLE, Nov 08, 2007 (The Herald - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX)Published December 10, 2007 09:18 pm -
The cleanup of the former Trinity Industries Inc. site in Greenville could be delayed because some of the state Department of Environmental Protection’s funding may run out.


Delay possible in Trinity cleanup
Lack of funding could affect project

By Monica Pryts
Herald Staff Writer
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GREENVILLE —
The cleanup of the former Trinity Industries Inc. site in Greenville could be delayed because some of the state Department of Environmental Protection’s funding may run out.
DEP knew since 2003 that they may run out of money used to monitor cleanups in Pennsylvania and are hoping more funding will come in before the year ends, said Neil Weaver, DEP’s press secretary.
We are cautiously optimistic,” he said
The state Senate opposed a House bill that provides funding for DEP to oversee the cleanup of hazardous waste. Without the funding, 150 cleanup projects across the state, including Trinity’s, could come to a halt, he said.