Cabot-Koppers Superfund Site Update
The long and tedious process of cleaning up Gainesville's Superfund site has taken a relatively large stride forward.
The federal environmental protection agency filed what is known as a "Consent Decree" with a federal court.
It is the final contract between the EPA and Beazer East; the company responsible for cleaning up the Cabot- Koppers Superfund site.
The specifics of the consent decree are not yet known, but should be revealed sometime in the next week.
There will be a 30 day public comment period, followed by a judge's decision whether to approve the decree. Cleanup work would formally begin shortly thereafter.
The property was first declared a Superfund site in 1983.
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- Cabot-Koppers Clean-Up Concerns
- Community Response to the EPA's Cabot-Koppers Clean Up Plan
- Cabot Koppers Superfund Site "Open House"
- Cabot Kopper Superfund Site
- Health Department Notifies Cabot- Kopper Site Neighbors About Health Risks
- Neighbors Helping Neighbors Near The Koppers Superfund Site
- EPA Says No Health Risks in Homes Near Koppers Superfund Site as Residents Allege a Cover-Up
- City and County Meet to Discuss Future of Koppers Superfund Site
- Residents Speak Out Against Koppers Superfund Site