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Lower Passaic River Restoration Project

Public Meeting

May 7, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Portuguese Sports Club
55 Prospect Street
Newark, New Jersey, 07105

May 2014 in Kearny, New Jersey
Specific date and location To Be Determined

June 2014 in Belleville, New Jersey

Specific date and location To Be Determined

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David Kluesner - (212) 637-3653 kluesner.dave@epa.gov

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Cleaning Up The Lower Passaic River

The sediments of the lower Passaic River, the longest river in New Jersey, are contaminated with a variety of hazardous substances, including dioxin, PCBs, mercury, DDT, pesticides and heavy metals.

The Diamond Alkali Superfund Site is made up of several properties in Newark, the Lower Passaic River Restoration Project Study Area, and the Newark Bay Study Area. EPA treats each as a unique part of its investigation and cleanup efforts, and EPA’s work on the Passaic River is one component of this three-part effort.


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