PG&E continues to support the Hinkley community as the company works to cleanup the environment impacted by past operations. In these video excerpts from his interview this month with ABC’s “Nightline” program, PG&E’s Des Bell talks about what PG&E has been doing and its commitment to Hinkley. Bell, a PG&E senior vice president, also talks about water quality standards and the timetable for the cleanup.
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- Jan 29
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- Jan 20
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- Jan 05
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