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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

Dimock Residential Groundwater Site

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Contacts

On-Scene Coordinator
Richard Rupert
215-814-3463
Rupert.Richard@epa.gov

Community Involvement Coordinator
Cathleen Kennedy
215-814-2746
Kennedy.Cathleen@epa.gov

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Documents and Reports

  • To search an on-line database of all documents and reports on the Dimock site, go to EPA’s Administrative Record Database. Information that is considered exempt from release under FOIA (e.g., personal privacy information such as resident names, and confidential business information such as certain contractor employee names) has been redacted from the documents where appropriate. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.

  • All documents and reports can also be viewed in person at these locations:

Susquehanna County Library, Montrose Branch U.S. EPA Region III

18 Monument Street
Montrose, PA 18801

1650 Arch Street-6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 814-3157
  • QA Documents
    This link will take you to EPA documents that accompany the Raw Data information. "QA" refers to the analytical protocols of Quality Assurance/Quality Controls (QA/QCs) that are established and used during environmental data laboratory analysis. QAs are established pending site-specific environmental mediums and/or investigatory objectives.

  • Laboratory Reports and Raw Data
    For the Dimock Residential Groundwater sampling events. EPA is providing this link to enhance public access, and in response to a number of requests for the data under the Freedom of Information Act.

  • Dimock Email Correspondence
    Emails that were released by EPA under the Freedom of Information Act.

  • Dimock 2016 FOIA Release
    Correspondence and documents released by EPA under the Freedom of Information Act.

  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Evaluation, Dimock, Pennsylvania private well data for EPA's Region 3 office in Philadelphia, to identify any potential health threats.

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Related Links

For additional information and Site-related documents, visit these related websites:

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