the most toxic sites in each new jersey county

by:Rocket PCB     2019-11-11
BY S. P.
SULLIVAN | nj advance MEDIANew Jersey has more places under the federal Superfund program than in any other state, which prioritizes the removal of hazardous contaminated sites.
Many have a more colorful history than oil slick: a violent chemical attack on mobs
Waste storage facilities.
Agent orangin of the pacey River
The local wildlife turned green.
And there are only two websites listed on the super fund list.
While many of these sites have been cleaned up, they require long-term treatment and monitoring.
With the EPA cutting its blocked budget under the administration of Donald Trump, supporters are worried that the super fund will go backwards, which is close-
Out of stock for decades
\"Think about it: we have more than a hundred Superfund sites in this state.
We have 21 counties . \"
Jim frorio recently said he wrote the Superfund law in Congress in the 1980 s.
\"No one lives far away from these sites.
According to federal data, there are 115 active Superfund sites in New Jersey and 35 sites that have been removed from the project.
The super fund is also far from the state\'s only dangerous place.
The Ministry of Environmental Protection has listed more than 10,000 active sites identified as contaminated.
Let\'s take a look at the national organization county of superfundsswiss (
Mercer is the only county without a super fund website).
Atlantic County 15-
The acre site, located along the Black Horse Pike in Hamilton town, is an illegal dump contaminated with volatile organic compounds.
Its status is listed as \"under control \".
Located in Galloway Township, 38-
Acre site is a dumping site for septic tank waste and sewage sludge between 1967 and 1979.
Dangerous materials buried in oil barrels were found throughout the hotel.
The Environmental Protection Bureau said that after the implementation of the control measures, there is no risk of human exposure.
The site, located eight miles north of Atlantic City, was contaminated with \"FAA and National Guard activity\" and contaminated soil, sediment and groundwater in the area.
Environmental Protection Bureau supervision
\"Clean up to contain threats to human health, but for a long time
A term cleanup plan is in progress. \"(File photo)
A former dry cleaning facility in Buena Boro contaminated the surrounding soil and groundwater with volatile organic compounds, but EPA made a major clean-up of the site in the medium term
Since 1999, 1990 people have cleared the contaminated soil and have established an underground water treatment system. This 26-
The acre area of Egg Harbor Township is a sand pit, which became a landfill in the late 1960 s, dumping 9 million gallons of chemical waste for more than a decade.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the treatment and monitoring of groundwater is in progress, but the harm of human beings is being controlled.
\"This website in Buena Borough once had a clothing company that made military uniforms.
Manufacturing processes include the discharge of water contaminated with vinyl chloride (TCE)
A common toxic chemical associated with dry cleaning.
The 1970-second fire could also be released to the ground with nearly 300 gallons of TCE.
The Environmental Protection Agency says contaminated soil has been cleaned up, but the treatment and monitoring of groundwater is still in progress. \"(S. P.
Sullivan | NJ, senior media, New Jersey. com)
Former E. Bergen CountyC.
Electroplating company\'s activities at the scene of Garfield --
Causes chromium to enter the ground, causing water pollution plume at least half a mile wide.
An orphan website in New Jersey, the EPA has not yet identified the source of funds for the clean-up, and said that \"insufficient data\" cannot measure the risks it poses to the surrounding communities.
The mayor of the city appeared in front of an American mayor. S.
The Senate held a hearing on 2014 to secure federal funding for the site, but there is still a lack of funding for the clean-up.
This active scrap metal yardin Saddle Brook saw an oil leak containing PCBs at 1980s and 90 s saw a major clean-up project
According to EPA, due to the nature of the work done there, it is also contaminated with heavy metals and volatile organic compounds.
The soil cleaning work has already been completed, but the groundwater cleaning work is still in progress.
The site includes three municipal drinking water wells in the autonomous city of Bergen County.
At the end of 1970, volatile organic compounds were detected in water and traced back to a nearby industrial park.
The monitoring is still in progress, but the EPA says it is \"under-data\" and cannot identify the site\'s threat to human health. (EPA)
The Maywood Chemical plant processed radioactive thorium ore from 1916 to 1955.
The work produced chemical and radioactive waste.
The site is being cleared by the United States. S.
Army engineers and companies considered responsible for pollution.
According to EPA, the cleanup of radioactive soil is \"in progress\" and the rest of the plan is \"in development \".
Along the industrial wasteland that used to be along the Hudson River, the site saw nearly a century of production of coal tar, paving and roofing materials.
Now, around the booming waterfront, EPA is overseeing the cleaning of PCBs and other contaminants, but says it is \"under-data\" and cannot identify the site\'s threat to human health.
A small piece of grass in Bergen County is home to three different Superfund sites along Berry\'s Creek, a six
Miles of the Hackensack River.
The area includes the scientific and chemical center in calstadt, the general petroleum products center in East Rutherford, and the Ventron/Velsicol website across Wood
Ricky and carlstad.
All three sites are filled with PCBs, and Berry\'s Creek is considered one of the highest levels of mercury
There are many places in this country.
Only scientific and chemical sites are listed as \"controlled \". ”(
Senior media in New Jersey)
Burlington County, an active military facility, is also home to the federal Superfund.
According to the EPA, \"MAFB\'s past activities supporting operational tasks have created waste sources for some potential environmental issues . \".
\"On-site investigation and long term
Semester cleaning is underway.
\"This former mining and landfill site covers an area of 400 acres and is located in Cinnaminson and Delran in Burlington County and is contaminated with arsenic and volatile organic compounds.
According to the EPA, the clean-up is \"in progress\", but the site \"does not pose a direct threat to human health or the environment \".
\"The former paint plant in Beverly, which was operating from 1945 to 1989, was contaminated with volatile organic compounds and PCBs.
According to the EPA, controls were implemented ten years ago and it is believed that the site will not pose a threat to human contact.
Originally a dairy farm in the town of Evesham and Medford, there are also \"drum storage and renovation operations \".
\"The EPA said that more than 300 barrels of barrels and barrels containing unspecified liquids spilled over the ground of the property leaving vinyl chloride and other contaminants.
The clean-up work began in early 1980 and there are already controls. This 43-
The acres in the town of Shamong are a waste disposal site in the middle.
1970 s, full of acetone, toluene, PX, vinyl chloride, semi
Volatile compounds and heavy metals such as arsenic, chromium and aluminum.
The website is listed as a super fund website in the medium term.
As groundwater pollution threatens the supply of nearby drinking water, it is in her 80 s.
It is currently listed as \"under control \". \"(EPA)This 40-
Over the years, the acre of land in Pemberton town has been an illegal dump, full of abandoned vehicles, tires and more than 1,200 barrels of unidentified chemical waste.
According to the EPA, after the owners discovered the drum in the 1970 s, they threw the contents into the pit with no lining around the scene.
Long-term monitoring is under way.
\"This former industrial transport facility is located in Jobstown and has been contaminated with contaminated wastewater containing hazardous substances for more than 20 years.
On 1984, the dam containing lagoon wastewater broke and harmful substances entered the nearby wetland, including Wenna-
Mount Laurel Reservoir is a source of drinking water in the area.
Environmental Protection Bureau put the long time
A term cleanup plan in progress.
The site will not pose a threat to human exposure, the agency said. Huge 200
Acre landfill collects everything from demolition of garbage and urban waste to commercial solid waste, which is also used to treat sewage sludge until the medium term80s. \"Long-
According to the EPA, the term groundwater extraction and monitoring is in progress.
\"Potential or actual human exposure is under control under current conditions on the site.
Located on the Delaware River in Florence, this stretch of 200
The acre campus has been a site for steel and wire manufacturing and other industrial activities for decades.
A large number of pollutants left over from industrial production, from contaminated dust and debris to sludge lagoons and waste landfill sites.
\"After initial action to protect human health and the environment, EPA is working on a long-term problem with the site
According to EPA, \"clean up in stages \".
\"Groundwater migration is controlled under current conditions on site.
\"Two dumps in Woodlands Town, about two miles apart, are listed on the federal Superfund list.
Route 72 site is a non-active industrial dump containing chemical contaminants, which EPA has found to emit gamma rays.
Highway 532 is an inactive chemical dump where illegal dumping is rampant.
There are controls at both locations, and EPA says they do not pose a direct threat to human health. (File photo)
Camden Town-
The landfill site owned by Gloucester town began operations in 1969 until it was closed by the state in 1980.
According to the EPA, it was listed on the National Priorities List in 1983 and a major clean-up was carried out in 2004
The word \"clean up operation and maintenance\" is in progress.
In Berlin, this 15-
Kerry was an industrial waste transport and drum recycling company.
Barrels containing hazardous chemicals were dumped in a pit on site, polluting the soil and groundwater.
Environmental Protection Department
Long-term and long-term remedies
Term cleanup is in progress.
\"This package, located in a densely populated area of Camden city, is another drum filling ground.
According to the National Environmental Protection Department, the authorities found \"hundreds of hazardous waste barrels that were improperly stored\" after the 80 s \".
The owner of the property went bankrupt later.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, \"the action to eliminate direct harm to human health and the environment has ended, and the activities now focus on long-term
Time limit remedy on site. \"This city-
The owned site contains six wells, of which pollution was first detected in 1970 seconds, including chromium and volatile organic compounds.
\"All groundwater wells have been shut down and residents have been linked to municipal water supply, reducing potential public pollution,\" the EPA said . \".
\"Sampling indicates that the municipal wells currently operating are not affected by chromium groundwater plume.
\"This small Pennsaid Uken site was once home to chemical recycling facilities in their 60 s and 70 s.
It deals with solvents, oils, paints and other compounds that pollute the soil and groundwater.
\"On-site cleaning and monitoring is in progress,\" the EPA said . \".
Human exposure is believed to be under control.
According to the EPA, the two companies treated industrial waste in early 1970 and treated hazardous liquids at the site, treating about 15 million gallons of wastewater before it was abandoned in 1975.
It was fenced up after 80 s, \"in order to protect public health and prevent further illegal dumping of waste on site\", EPA supervised preliminary clean-up and long-term clean-upterm plans.
\"Underground water treatment is in progress,\" the environmental protection bureau said . \". (EPA)
Once connected to a series of websites in Sherwin
Williams paint is either an active Superfund or under consideration.
The site, located in gibsboro and Vorhees, consists of two front dumping sites and a paint, varnish and lacquer making facility.
They include Sherwin-
Williams/Hilliards Creek site, burn Avenue USA site and proposedRoute 561 dump.
Camden and Gloucester\'s two former incandescent lamp manufacturing facilities have created \"extensive radioactive soil pollution\" in the huge Superfund listing across six different regions of the two cities \".
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, thorium and RA that produce gamma rays are used in the production process.
These sites are no longer considered a direct threat to human health, but the clean-up work is in progress.
Located in the central township of Cape Mei County, these five. 6-
Acre tract saw about 150 barrels of liquid chemical waste and sludge dumped there in their late 70 s, polluting the soil and groundwater with hazardous chemicals.
Underground water treatment and monitoring are under way, according to the Environmental Protection Bureau. (
Stephanie Maxine, senior media in New Jersey |)
Former Kille, Cumberland County
The company that produces arsenic
Pesticide residues from the end of 1910 to the end of 1930 led to an increase in arsenic and lead concentrations.
The website is a new project for the super fund project, which was released in April 2016.
S. Environmental Protection Agency says \"insufficient data\" to assess human exposure threats \".
Vineland\'s former Icelandic coin laundry and dry cleaning facilities are open from 1950 generation to 70 generation during which coins-
The operating dry cleaning unit discharges wastewater containing vinyl chloride into the sewage pool of the property.
According to the EPA, the facility was not connected to a sanitary sewer system until 1986.
Pollution has affected the supply of nearby drinking water, but is now considered \"controlled \".
\"This area of industrial and residential areas, as well as mixed farmland, was once home to Vineland Chemical, which produces arsenic herbicides and fungicides that pollute land and groundwater with arsenic.
\"After taking immediate action to protect human health and the environment, the long term of the website
\"Terminology Cleanup is in progress,\" the Environmental Protection Agency said . \".
Located in Milville and Wenlan, the site is home to a factory that produces plexiglass from 1950 to 80 years old.
\"Operators store waste residue from waste acrylic distillation in buried tanks on site,\" EPA said . \".
\"Liquid waste leaks from underground tanks into the surrounding soil and groundwater.
\"It is believed that the site will not pose a threat to human contact.
This area of industrial and residential areas, as well as mixed farmland, was once home to Vineland Chemical, which produces arsenic herbicides and fungicides that pollute land and groundwater with arsenic.
\"After taking immediate action to protect human health and the environment, the long term of the website
\"Terminology Cleanup is in progress,\" the Environmental Protection Agency said . \".
Located in Milville and Wenlan, the site is home to a factory that produces plexiglass from 1950 to 80 years old.
\"Operators store waste residue from waste acrylic distillation in buried tanks on site,\" EPA said . \".
\"Liquid waste leaks from underground tanks into the surrounding soil and groundwater.
\"It is believed that the site will not pose a threat to human contact.
Essex County is one of the most notorious Superfunds in New Jersey, with a long industrial heritage and a range of contaminated sites in the Pacific and Newark Bay basins.
Diamond Base Super Fund website is the former Newark manufacturing factory, Vietnam War
Has produced era chemical Agent Orange.
The EPA is moving forward on a billion dollar scale.
The dollar plans to withdraw thousands of cubic IC yards of contaminated muck from the river.
Pearson Creek is the latest Superfund website in New Jersey after its listing in 2014.
The stream, contaminated with mercury and other harmful pollutants, sits next to a factory operated by Troy chemical.
Since the 1950 s
According to the EPA, the company allegedly dumped untreated waste water into the stream between 1956 and 1965, resulting in a large amount of mercury in the sediment.
The company has retained other industries on the creek that cause pollution.
There was no clean-up plan, and the agency said there was no \"enough data\" to measure threats to human health.
The Newark plant has produced acidic chlorine compounds and flame retardant compounds throughout the past 1980 years.
The company was quoted by the national police for violating the rules and closed on 1990.
The Environmental Protection Agency supervises the removal of contaminated soil and is \"nearing completion\" in the groundwater plan \". A seven-
Since the beginning of the 20 th century, the acre site has been used in a range of industries including paint manufacturing, packaging companies and chemical warehouses, and the region was added to the Superfund list in 2013, the reason is that an oil spill has exposed the full extent of pollution.
\"To date, clean-up activities include immediate action to stop river emissions, protect water sources and eliminate direct threats,\" the EPA said . \".
\"Additional investigations and planning of the site for a long time
Semester cleaning is underway. \"The U. S. Radium Corp. operated a now-
The notorious orange factory poisoned workers by producing glowing materials using radioactive materialsin-the-
Products such as dark face from 1917 to 1926.
Women workers in factories and similar facilities across the country are called \"RA girls\" and their plight has led to better employee protection laws.
The plant was closed and demolished, but the construction of hundreds of houses in the area used contaminated materials from the site.
Environmental Protection Bureau announced for decades
A clean-up of $0. 218 billion was completed in 2009. The Star-
Ledger reported at the time that the site might soon be removed, but the agency now says groundwater monitoring is \"in progress \".
\"Including two public sites of groundwater in the Orange Valley area-
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, drinking water is provided to 10,000 people.
In 2012, after testing found that groundwater was contaminated with common industrial chemicals related to liver problems and various cancers, the company was listed on the list of non-performing loans.
\"An on-site investigation is underway,\" the agency said . \".
\"The orange water department has set up a processing system to remove the site-
Provide safe drinking water to the community.
Located in Fairfield, the site is heavily contaminated with septic tanks for residents, businesses and industries.
\"Direct action to protect human health, the environment and soil cleaning has been completed,\" the EPA said . \". \"Long-
Groundwater cleanup is underway.
\"Unimatic operated a metal forming facility at this Fairfield site from 1955 to 2001 to discharge waste water through leaking pipes that allow PCBs to penetrate into the ground.
The facility was heavily contaminated and state and federal health officials persuaded another company that had been operating to move its employees elsewhere in 2013.
On 2016, the EPA announced plans to dismantle a building and remove contaminated soil from the site.
At present, the risk of human exposure is not clear. (Star-
Photos of Ledger documents)
Lipari Landfill in Gloucester County used to be the most toxic dump in the United States.
The pollution was so bad that federal officials gathered at Pitman website 1983 to announce a new federal project called the Superfund.
According to EPA data, from 1950 seconds to 70 seconds, the landfill received 3 million gallons of liquid waste and 12,000 cubic IC code of solid waste, including paint, thinner, solvents and other industrial by-products.
The pollutants infiltrated the surrounding swamps and bodies of water, prompting officials to close the nearby Lake Alcyon.
Pollution was under control decades later, but the clean-up was still under way.
Once the site of the peroxide/dibenzene peroxide manufacturing facility runs until 2010, the waste of the plant is disposed of in an unmarked pit, polluting the soil and groundwater with heavy metals and volatile organic compounds
Pollution around the solid waste disposal area of the plant has been remedied, but remediation investigations and feasibility studies are still under way in 2013, the EPA said, which includes a former truck, trailer and tanker
Washing facilities that store contaminants and cleaning fluids in an unlined lagoon and pollute the soil and groundwater with volatile organic compounds and PCBs.
\"Planning for on-site investigation and cleanup of the site is ongoing,\" the EPA said . \".
The site is made up of an active scrap metal recycling facility, garbage dumps and inactive landfill sites in sidupford, where soil and groundwater pollution have led to the addition of the Superfund 2006.
On 2016, EPA announced that it was expanding the footprint of the site following the discovery of buried battery shells and contaminated soil in residential areas around the original site, which caused serious lead contamination problems.
\"Planning for on-site investigation and cleanup of the site is ongoing,\" the agency said . \". (
Matt Gray in New Jerseycom)
This new factory used to be the location of a professional factory producing chromium alloy and other materials.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, wastewater treatment leads to groundwater pollution, and the soil is polluted by heavy metals.
\"After the initial action to protect human health and the environment, on-site investigation and clean-up work is in progress, but the agency is\" under-data \"and cannot assess threats to human health,\" EPA saidThis 30-
The acre property in Logan Township is home to waste oil storage and recycling facilities from 1960 to the early 80 s.
It includes a \"tank farm\" and a waste lagoon believed to have 2.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, 5 million gallons of oil are contaminated with PCBs, 80,000 cubic IC yards of sludge and 70 million gallons of contaminated wastewater
Term cleanup is in progress.
By industrial oil wheel terminal and 40-
It has a large wetland area and used to be a facility for cleaning tankers. Until the mid-
In their 70 s, the facility\'s wastewater was stored in the lagoon and eventually released to nearby swamps and waterways, polluting the area with Tegra loride carbon and volatile organic compounds.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, pollution is considered \"controlled \".
This Franklin town site is actually made up of seven separate sub-sites where the EPA sayscopper wires are burned to remove the insulation so that copper can be sold
\"After taking action to protect human health and the environment, EPA has determined that residual pollution levels do not pose an unacceptable risk,\" EPA said . \".
\"No further cleanup is required.
\"This landfill site was closed in 1981, but was not contaminated with groundwater by hazardous chemicals before the operation there.
After cleaning up, long-
\"The long-term operations and maintenance activities of the site\'s remediation measures are in progress,\" EPA said . \". (
Lauren casserbury/Jersey magazine)
PJP landfill in Hudson County has been in fire for decades. Literally.
On 1985, the Jersey Daily reported that local and state authorities had tried to put out the smoldering fire that had been burning in abandoned dumps for many years, but failed.
The site has been capped and on 2012, Jersey City officials removed the area from the Superfund list so they could build a park on top of what used to be a smoldering dump.
This has not happened yet.
This Kearny website was once a waste oil treatment facility, which discharged its waste products to the grass during its operation from the end of 1940 to the age of 70, created what EPA calls an \"oil Lake \".
The agency stated that it is currently in the \"Remedial Investigation/feasibility study\" phase of the clean-up work. This 42-
According to EPA, the acre site, located between the Kearny Belville toll road and the Hackensack River, produces a large number of household and industrial products, including moth balls, drainage cleaners and lead-acid batteries.
Toxic runoff enters the Hackensack River, where fish consumption warnings are advised not to eat any fish or shellfish.
The river itself is also considering the status of the super fund.
This South Kearny factory produces products for paint, paint and varnish, as well as waste water with toxic PX and toluene, resulting in \"widespread contamination of groundwater, soil, buildings, ships and storage tanks\" according to EPA.
\"The site\'s underground water treatment system is currently in operation,\" the agency said . \".
\"Human exposure at the scene is currently under control. ”(
Stephen Hong | express-Times)
Huntden County, a former paper mill along the Delaware River in Milford and Alexandria town, reported several spills of the property, and received a reference not to allow emissions and other violations before closing on 2003.
The landfill used before the plant was also a super fund site, but was delisted in 2015.
Curtis site including fence
In dilapidated buildings and other buildings, on 2016, a woman fell from the T-deck while exploring the property with friends.
The site was used by DeRewal chemical to store chemicals in early 1970.
A series of spills including an oil tanker with chromium solution, contaminated soil and groundwater.
The cleanup is in progress.
\"The site includes land owned by Akoma.
According to the EPA, there are two acres of land owned by New Jersey.
It used to be home to a pesticide production facility.
The Environmental Protection Agency is supervising the treatment and monitoring of groundwater.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, Lawrence harbor ponds were built with lead slag in late 1960 and in their 70 s, polluting the old bridge and the beach of laritan Bay in Sayerville.
The agency approved the removal of planin 79 million for $2013, but the company was identified as pollution saying the country should kick in to clean up because the country\'s regulators approved the construction of the sea wall.
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of the state during the march.
The two independent but related sites were one of the sites named by federal officials at the 2014 hearing in Washington about the horrific state of the Superfund program.
An environmental protection bureau official told SEN.
The agency has already spent $46.
5 million clean up the site near Sayreville and it will take another $34 million for the agency to complete the work.
The former solvent recovery and waste disposal facility, located in Piscataway, had \"multiple accidents, fires and explosions\" in 1950 and 60 seconds, polluting the surrounding air.
\"The following are short-
To protect human health and the environment, the site is cleaned for a long time
\"Terminology Cleanup is in progress,\" the Environmental Protection Agency said . \".
Cornell Dubilier Electronics Co. , Ltd.
26-producing electronic components
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, the acre South plain site was from 1936 to 1962. On-
On-site disposal activities resulted in \"extensive contamination\" of PCBs, metals and volatile organic compounds that continued until today.
The Environmental Protection Agency has listed its risk of human exposure as \"uncontrolled \".
Consisting of two manufacturing facilities on 35 acres of land in Middlesex, a place that has experienced decades of industrial activity, the EPA says operators \"improperly dispose and dispose of hazardous substances \", including discharge to the public sewer system, resulting in water contamination of the soil and underground.
But the agency said it still had \"insufficient data\" to assess the risks posed by the site. (Star-
Photos of Ledger documents)
Another state-of-the-art Superfund site in New Jersey, the little Edison site, witnessed the creation of bugs and weed killers between the ages of 1950 and 70.
Located in a residential area, when the environmental advocacy group Edison wetland Association alerted the \"green rabbit\" located at the site, it became a poster of the orphan Superfund.
Robert Spiegel, head of the group, even testified in the United States. S.
Regarding the feeling of discovering these animals, the animals \"formed an abnormal yellow-green coat due to prolonged contact with pesticides dumped around the site \". Former Gov.
Christie Whitman held a press conference on the site during her tenure as director of the Environmental Protection Agency (pictured above)
Reaffirm the agency\'s commitment to clean-up.
Members of the Environmental Protection Group held protests nearby.
After decades of stagnant cleanup, the site was transformed into a dog park that opened last year.
According to the EPA, the company is still listed as a Superfund, although its exposure is listed as \"controlled \".
\"The site is operated by a range of waste handling and disposal businesses, including incinerators for burning film and printed circuit boards, as well as container holding for acidic waste.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, these pollutants enter groundwater, forcing nearby residents to stop using private wells.
The company has produced floor finishing products, detergents and other products for 25 years in this Mildon area, polluting nearby wetlands.
The EPA says it is now \"under control \".
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, the former solid waste landfill site was littered with buried barrels containing paint, paint thinners and various solvents.
\"The groundwater below the site has been contaminated with contaminants from landfill sites,\" EPA said of the site . \".
\"Potential or actual human exposure is under control under current conditions on the site.
Website for a long time
Semester cleaning is underway. \"(Star-
Photos of Ledger documents)
This site is located on 220 acres of land in Edison. It used to be a state --
Approved landfill of industrial and urban waste, which began to operate in 1940.
One of the earliest entries on the National Priorities List is the EPA\'s claim that \"all remedial actions on site have been completed and operations and maintenance are in progress.
\"Used to be an active land in South Brunswick from 1950 to 80 generations, and this site was capped in the medium term80s.
But according to the EPA, groundwater in the area is contaminated with metals, pesticides and volatile organic compounds. A long-
Regular remediation was completed in 2009.
\"Ongoing activities include long term
\"The long-term operation and maintenance of the site\'s underground water treatment system, monitoring the implementation of natural attenuation and institutional control,\" the agency said . \".
The site opened in the 1940 s and is part of the United States. S.
Early nuclear energy infrastructure in the United States for the storage and testing of nuclear materials including uranium, thorium and be.
In 1980, under the control of the federal Department of Energy, it has undergone a series of clean-up since then.
Its status is listed as \"controlled status \".
\"The Woodbrook road dump is located near a protected wetland-a frustrating swamp that collects household waste until it is shut down by the state in its 1950 s.
In 1999, \"partially buried, leaking capacitors\" were found on the property, and a survey by the Environmental Protection Agency later found that the soil in the area was contaminated with PCBs.
The EPA announced a $24 million clean-up plan in 2013.
The plan is listed as a \"remediation design phase \". \"(EPA)
From 1969 to 2000 in Monmouth County, Imperial Oil runs an oil mixing facility on this site in the town of marl Road, where soil and groundwater are contaminated with hazardous chemicals.
In 2012, EPA officials announced that they spent $50 million in 25 years clearing 4,600 gallons of oil and 180,000 cubic IC-code contaminated soil.
The site is now listed as \"under control\" but is under monitoring.
The former Howell farm includes a dumping site for organic solvents and paint products that enter the pond, swamp and ditches of the property.
\"So far, the clean-up has included the removal of pit waste and the disposal and incineration of contaminated soil and sediment,\" the EPA said . \".
\"Underground water treatment is in progress.
\"Once one of the state\'s worst 10 superfunds, the burnt fly swamp was made up of a huge 1,700 acre on the barren edge of pine trees.
Recycling of waste oil operations and the presence of soil, sediment and surface water contaminated by a former landfill site on the property.
In 1986, a state environmental official told the New York Times that they had \"every possible trap\" when cleaning up the site \".
After \"controlling\" direct human exposure risks, the contractor is \"reviewing historical documents and preparing work plans for the final phase of removal of PCBs and other hazardous contaminants\", EPA said \".
\"The whole process should last about two years,\" the agency said in 2016 . \".
Another of the most notorious sites in New Jersey, these 45-
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the former landfill site in Akry once contained \"at least 17,000 barrels and millions of gallons of unidentified bulk liquid chemical waste \".
On 1983, three men, including two officials from a waste treatment company, were jailed for illegally dumping the property.
In the same year, a New York Times report said the site \"poses a danger to the reservoir \".
\"But on 1994, the EPA held a press conference on the spot to announce new water treatment facilities built to clean groundwater contaminated with hazardous chemicals.
Until today, however, EPA continues its \"operations and maintenance activities\" on site \". (S. P.
NJ | NJ premium media)The U. S.
According to the EPA, the Navy has been storing and maintaining ammunition at the facility since 1940, and the federal government has identified 27 \"areas of concern\" around the site \".
Not related to EPA\'s activities, the environmental organization NY/NJ Baykeeper maintains an experimental oyster bed at the base and they are studying the ability of shellfish to clean up contaminated waterways. This two-
The acre site was once home to the aerospace industry manufacturing and electroplating facilities.
At the beginning of 1980, state investigators found that wastewater and used oil were discharged directly onto the ground and contaminated the soil and groundwater with heavy metals, acids and volatile organic compounds.
Wall Street Herald
In 2010, it was agreed to pay $20 million for the clean-up.
EPA has a long time
Remedial measures are in place, but monitoring on site is \"in progress \".
\"Monitoring equipment/interconnect from 1977 to 1981
A circuit board is built in this place to produce wastewater rich in copper, lead, solvent and acid.
According to the EPA, waste water is dumped around the property and waste from other containers is improperly stored, polluting groundwater in the area.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, the dry cleaning business has been operating on the construction site of this wall Township for more than 30 years. Inspectors found that waste water and used oil were discharged directly to the ground in 1982.
The presence of volatile organic compounds associated with liver damage and cancer is an \"amazing toxic legacy,\" a EPA official said, with repair costs of nearly $20 million.
The human exposure state is listed as a \"controlled\" state, but the agency has had to install air ventilation systems on 35 buildings in the contaminated plume, and its long-term clean-up work is \"going on \".
\"This site is a former metal refining facility where activities pollute soil, sediment and groundwater and a building has been built on the property.
\"The cleaning of the website was completed in 2008 and in
\"Monitoring of groundwater and wetland restoration in buildings is under way,\" the Environmental Protection Agency said . \". (
Senior media in New Jersey)
Morris County Combe Fill South Landfill is a municipal Landfill in the towns of Chester and Washington, operating from 1940 to 80 years.
\"The procedures in the operation of landfill sites violate many New Jersey solid waste management regulations, resulting in groundwater being contaminated with volatile organic compounds,\" the EPA said . \".
A federal judge approved a $100 million settlement with hundreds of companies, towns and other entities deemed responsible for pollution in 2009.
The authors of the New Jersey Mountain chose 2015 of the homes and nearby monitored by carcinogenic chemistry.
After the detection of volatile organic compounds in water, the well of the town closed within 1980 seconds.
The source was a dry cleaner that was later demolished.
The EPA says the site will not pose a threat as long as the well is not used as a source of drinking water.
A previously operated vinyl wall cloth manufacturing plant in Wharton dumped waste into an unlined lagoon contaminated with volatile organic compounds, some of which have been found to go to nearby Rockaway
The Environmental Protection Bureau said the preliminary clean-up has been completed,
Semester cleaning activities are underway. \"(
Senior media in New Jersey)This active U. S.
Army weapons research and development facility has a history of explosive manufacturing, dating back to the medium term1800s.
\"As part of site cleaning, contaminated soil has been removed or capped, groundwater remediation measures have been put in place, land use control has been put in place, limiting the possibility of exposure to hazardous waste, the Environmental Protection Bureau said of the site.
\"Clean-up activities and monitoring are in progress.
\"The site is located in Rockaway and has had many uses since the 1970 s, including rocket testing and development and radiation sterilization.
EPA claimed that the company \"improperly stored and disposed of waste barrels containing solvents and other organic chemicals on site\", polluting the soil and groundwater.
In 2013, the agency removed 75 barrels of hazardous waste and containers from the site and dismantled dozens of buildings near Arsenal the following year.
Each community in the sister communities of the town of lokawi and lokawi has a separate Superfund website involving municipal water wells.
The two sites are about two square miles and pollution is linked to industrial activity in the town.
Both sites are listed as \"controlled\" by EPA \".
\"For 30 years, the site has been used as an unlined landfill site to pollute soil, groundwater and surface water with metals, PCBs, pesticides and other contaminants.
According to news reports, efforts to transform the site into a solar farm were unsuccessful in 2009 and 2010.
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, the site investigation is \"in progress\" and the threat posed by the site is unknown.
Located in the township of Parsippany-
Mount Troy and Hanover East, this 90-
According to the Environmental Protection Bureau, the acre landfill site accepts urban waste as well as commercial, industrial and hazardous waste materials to pollute soil and groundwater with hazardous chemicals.
\"After on-site investigation, the site\'s long-term
\"Long-term remedies are in place,\" the agency said . \".
\"Operations and maintenance activities on site are in progress.
\"These two super fund websites in Thomas River are the themes of the Pulitzer Prize --
The award-winning work by journalist Dan Feakin, Thomas River: The Story of Science and Salvation.
Previous paint and paint plants and small farms that became industrial dumps have attracted public attention because of the proliferation of childhood cancers in the Thomas River, which residents have been trying for years to link to pollution in the town is drinking water
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The Geigy site now handles 1.
According to the EPA, there are 2 million gallons of groundwater per day.
Last year, Dow Chemical asked the EPA if it could stop testing at Imperial farms, but the agency declined, Asbury Park Press reported.
According to the EPA, the site is located in the town of Plumb, owned by a manufacturer of rocket fuel propellant and other industrial products that are dumped in an input dug into the sand.
\"Soil cleaning has been completed. Long-
\"The long-term treatment of groundwater is in progress,\" the agency said . \".
\"Potential or actual human exposure is controlled under current conditions on site.
\"The federal government\'s active naval base in Lakehurst has identified 44 potential contaminated areas on the property.
The area includes landfill sites, pit pits, unlined lagoons and drainage ditches.
Long-term construction of the site
\"The remedy has been completed,\" EPA said . \".
\"Underground water treatment and monitoring is in progress.
\"For 30 years this landfill has absorbed sewage, septic tank waste, solid and bulk liquids.
Chemical waste was also dumped on the site in the 1970 s.
According to the EPA, by 2013, the site had been cleaned and a non-permeable lid had been placed above the landfill.
In the second year, solar panels were installed in the town, and the agency continued to monitor groundwater.
The federal government\'s active naval base in Lakehurst has identified 44 potential contaminated areas on the property.
The area includes landfill sites, pit pits, unlined lagoons and drainage ditches.
Long-term construction of the site
\"The remedy has been completed,\" EPA said . \".
\"Underground water treatment and monitoring is in progress.
\"For 30 years this landfill has absorbed sewage, septic tank waste, solid and bulk liquids.
Chemical waste was also dumped on the site in the 1970 s.
According to the EPA, by 2013, the site had been cleaned and a non-permeable lid had been placed above the landfill.
In the second year, solar panels were installed in the town, and the agency continued to monitor groundwater. (
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Linwood\'s PASSAIC County This site is the only one that has been removed from the list of national priorities and only reposted.
Ford Motor dumped toxic paint sludge and other waste from its Mahwah plant into abandoned mines in the Ramapo Mountains, endangering nearby communities, including members of the ramaplenape Indian tribe.
After a record 2005 of the newspaper survey, the EPA re-
The site is listed, but the responsible parties to the clean-up work, Ford and Boro, have resisted efforts to remove all pollution from the mine and related landfill sites, preferring to cover it in the appropriate location.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the site\'s threat to human health remains \"uncontrolled \".
\"The debate also follows the 2010 HBO documentary\" Man. Ford.
\"The site in Salem County is home to lead smelters and was later used to recover lead from used car batteries. An on-
Landfill sites are contaminated with lead slag and other harmful pollutants.
\"So far, access restrictions and clean-up activities have significantly reduced the threat of exposure to hazardous materials,\" EPA said of the site . \".
\"The groundwater remediation design for the site is in progress. \"(EPA)
The site in Somerset includes two tanks full of contaminated water and a barn with a contaminated soil bucket dug up at the Franklin town cattle farm.
\"After immediate action to protect human health and the environment, EPA will
\"Remedial measures are in place,\" the agency said.
\"Now, the house is connected to the public water supply.
\"According to the EPA, a waste treatment company is here at 38-
The acres in Franklin Town range from 1950 to 80.
Around that time, local residents raised concerns with local and state officials about \"medicinal tap water\" and tested \"various volatile organic compounds\" in private wells \".
Along a small warehouse and industrial facility along the banks of the river ruitan, the EPA said the site was contaminated by \"various tenants, they are cited for \"poor housekeeping and waste disposal practices\" that pollute the soil and groundwater.
The agency said the pollution threatened ruitan, which supplies nearly 300,000 people, and nearby public water wells.
However, the agency maintains that the site is now \"under control \".
The two independent Superfund sites cover drinking water wells that were shut down in late 1970.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, volatile organic compounds including vinyl chloride were detected in two wells on Rocky Mountain 1978.
Fearing that contaminated groundwater might have spread, state officials tested wells in a house development in Mongomo and found similar contamination.
The Environmental Protection Agency says long-term underground water treatment and monitoring projects are underway at both locations.
For nearly a century, chemical and pharmaceutical production operations contaminated soil and groundwater with volatile organic compounds and metals, resulting in the Bridgewater site being one of the first Superfunds at the start of the project.
Decades later, the EPA reached a $0. 194 billion clean-up deal with Pfizer\'s subsidiary in 2015.
The agency says there is \"insufficient data\" on current human health risks \". (EPA)
In the 1960 s, the manufacturing plant in Sussex County operated on this site to produce resin, plastics, paper coatings and other products.
\"Poor waste disposal practices have resulted in contamination of soil and groundwater on site by volatile organic compounds,\" the EPA said . \".
According to the agency, control measures have been put in place after preliminary clean-up, but contaminated groundwater poses a threat to the aquifer in the town of Allen, a source of drinking water for 5,000 people, local residents and businesses are forced to use public water supplies.
The site saw the production of products including ballpoint pen parts, paint spraying equipment and red box, and the by-products of these products penetrated into the soil and groundwater until they were closed in 1980.
\"Pollution sources at the site have been cleaned up,\" the environmental protection bureau said . \". \"Long-
Long-term groundwater treatment is under way.
\"On 2005, state and county health officials sampled drinking water wells in the town of Byram and detected an industrial solvent that prompted them to install water filtration and treatment equipment and systems, to intercept the chemical steam that permeates the basement of several homes.
Later, they traced the source back to a wooded area near the Mansfield bike lane where \"sludge from unknown sources\" was dumped in the trenches.
EPA is still working on the issue and has \"insufficient data\" to measure threats to human health, but the agency warns residents, exposure to contaminants found at the site \"can have a serious impact on health, damage the liver, damage the nervous system or increase the risk of cancer.
\"In April 1980, thousands of barrels of chemical waste broke out into a burning hell, sending these barrels into the air, containing harmful substances of unknown origin.
The Elizabeth fire raised a poisonous smoke over New Jersey and New York.
Congress has launched an investigation into the Mafia\'s impact on the chemical control facility, which contains up to 50,000 barrels of all imaginable hazardous waste.
A group of former operators of the site were later found guilty of fraud and conspiracy for misreporting how much waste was stored on the site.
A major clean-up was carried out in 1980 and 1990s, and the EPA, which continues to monitor the site, said it was considering removing the site from the Superfund list.
Once a chemical manufacturing facility that produces chlorine is contaminated with mercury and other contaminants.
In 2014, EPA finalized $36.
5 million it is planned to clean up sites that require the removal of contaminated buildings, the treatment of contaminated soil and groundwater and the capping of the site.
The vast site stretches for 10 miles, about 1 mile.
According to the EPA, along Route 57, there are five miles wide from Washington to Greenwich town, where groundwater is contaminated with industrial solvents from plastic packaging facilities.
On 2015, the agency announced a $92 million settlement with Pechiney plastic packaging.
Clean up the scene.
Although the EPA says it will not pose a direct threat to human health, the clean-up is still underway. \"(Star-
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