Baltimore blocks treatment of contaminated water from Ohio train derailment
An environmental company abandoned a plan Tuesday to treat contaminated runoff water from East Palestine, Ohio, in Baltimore after city officials blocked it from using the sewer system, the latest challenge to cleaning the train derailment site amid opposition from communities unwilling to accept waste. Fast, informative and written just for locals. Get The 7 DMV newsletter in your inbox every weekday morning. Clean Harbors told Baltimore officials last week it was preparing to receive train car loads of wastewater contaminated after the Feb. 3 derailment for processing at a facility in the Maryland city.