Cabot Kopper Superfund Site
Monday afternoon Gainesville City and Alachua County leaders are still trying to figure out a way to clean up years of frustrating contamination. Local leaders are trying to envision the future of the property.
Robert Derochemont has worked near the Cabot-Kopper site for over 30 years.
"I keep hearing that they keep cleaning it up over and over again. My question is why didn't they get it done the first time?" asks Derochemont, a National Vacuum Employee.
According to nearby folks, not much has been done to clean up this contaminated area. At a special City Commission meeting the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) outlined potential site land use and soil clean up standards. But there were plenty of questions from Gainesville's City Commissioners. To see the complete story please see video on right.
- Cabot-Koppers Superfund Site Update
- Cabot Koppers Superfund Site "Open House"
- Gainesville Residents Voice Concerns at Cabot-Kopper Site Meeting
- Health Department Notifies Cabot- Kopper Site Neighbors About Health Risks
- City and County Meet to Discuss Future of Koppers Superfund Site
- 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
- Residents Tour Koppers Superfund Site
- Residents Protest Koppers Superfund Site
- Residents Speak Out Against Koppers Superfund Site