RINGWOOD, N.J. -- Ringwood residents begged US Environmental Protection Agency officials at an April 20 meeting to reconsider how a superfund site will be cleaned, reports northjersey.com.
A dangerous chemical was found in a former landfill in the Ringwood mountains in the sludge where Ford dumped paint 50 years ago, reports northjersey.com.
The EPA is planning to place a barricade over the contaminated soil rather than excavate like residents and environmentalists prefer, reports northjersey.com.
The area is close to the Wanaque Reservoir, serving up to 3 million people, and residents fear there's already been groundwater contamination, reports northjersey.com.
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