EPA’s Proposed Clean-Up Plan for the Koppers Superfund Site
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- The Koppers site was used as a wood-treatment facility from 1916-2009. This once-remote 90-acre site is now well-integrated within the developed area of the city and is adjacent to a residential neighborhood.
- Cabot/Koppers was placed on the National Priorities List as a Superfund Site in 1984. Remedial actions to date have been minimal.
- Beazer East, owner of the site prior to Koppers (and now subsequent to Koppers), is the Responsible Party for cleaning up the site.
- US EPA is responsible for developing a clean-up plan and enforcing its implementation. Continue reading