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SUPERFUND PROPOSED PLAN: MATLACK, INC. SUPERFUND SITE, WOOLWICH TOWNSHIP, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
U.S. EPA Region 2, 17 pp, 2017

This proposed plan identifies the preferred alternative to remediate contaminated soil, groundwater, seep water, and sediment associated with the Matlack Inc. Superfund Site. The preferred alternative calls for the installation of permeable reactive barriers to address ethylbenzene, PCE, TCE, VC, and 4-chloroaniline in the groundwater in combination with excavation of contaminated soil and sediment as the final remedy to address site contamination. The remedy also addresses contamination resulting from groundwater seepage that has affected surface water and Grand Sprute Run, as well as seep sediment. See this plan and other site information at https://cumulis.epa.gov/supercpad/SiteProfiles/index.cfm?fuseaction=second.ars&id=0200307&doc=Y&colid=65198®ion=02&type=AR.



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