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EPA Starts Cleanup of NJ Superfund Site

1:04 PM MDT | September 28, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

EPA says it has finalized plans to clean up contaminated soil, groundwater, and six waste-disposal areas at the American Cyanamid Superfund site at Bridgewater Township, NJ. The soil, groundwater, and waste-disposal areas are contaminated with volatile organic compounds and other hazardous materials, including benzene, EPA says.   The plan was first proposed in February, and Judith Enck, EPA regional administrator, says "The cleanup work at the American Cyanamid site will be accelerated by this final plan. The cleanup plan will protect the health...

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