EPA-Funded Brownfield Redevelopment Project Involving Historical Manufacturing Facility Adjacent to the Black River
In the Spring of 2015, Stone was awarded a contract to perform site characterization, remedial planning, and implementation at a former machine manufacturing facility in Springfield, Vermont under a USEPA Brownfield Cleanup Grant-funded contract for the Springfield Regional Development Corporation (SRDC). The Jones & Lamson (J&L) property consists of a 266,000-square foot vacant, and dilapidated facility on 16 acres immediately adjacent to the Black River. Historical use of the site included over 85 years of machine manufacturing, armament production, and associated processes that resulted in releases of chlorinated solvents, metals, petroleum, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) to soil and groundwater.
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