The federal government’s Clean Water Act prosecution of three supervisors of the construction of the massive Iroquois natural gas pipeline project has been given new life by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

A unanimous court reversed a Northern District judge’s dismissal of 24 charges against two supervisors with the Iroquois Pipeline Operating Company and a third supervisor who conducted environmental inspections on the project.

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