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Environmental agencies continue to work on Lehigh TCE spill, but contamination will linger for decades to come

Source: https://www.thebatavian.com, September 6, 2019
By: Howard B. Owens

Federal and state environmental agencies are continuing to monitor and work on cleanup of contaminants at the Lehigh Train Derailment Superfund Site off of Gulf Road, according to information obtained by The Batavian.
The elimination of TCE contaminants from groundwater in the four-mile-long plume area, which stretches from Gulf Road to four miles east and southeast of the derailment site, is not likely to occur in most of our lifetimes. Read more.

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