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Greenwood Chemical

Contaminated Soil Removal

Contractors hired by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently began clean-up actions for the removal of contaminated soil at the Greenwood Chemical Site. The Army Corps of Engineers is working with EPA to address the contamination at the site. Listed below are actions begun this winter, and actions planned for the near future.

RECENT ACTIVITIES:

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Soil Removal

Ground Water Clean-up

Deep Soil Clean-up

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please contact the following EPA representative to receive additional information about the Greenwood Chemical Superfund Site.

Community Involvement Coordinator
Richard Kuhn
(215) 814-3063
kuhn.richard@epa.gov

Information is also available at the local information repository. The repository contains all site-related documents used by EPA at the Greenwood Chemical Site.

Crozet Branch Library
Route 240, Box 430
Crozet, VA 22932
804-823-4050

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