WOOLWICH TWP. — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a $4 million plan to install underground walls which will treat contaminated groundwater at a superfund site in Woolwich.
The site, a plot of land on Route 322, is being called the Matlack, Inc. Superfund site. The property was formerly a truck maintenance and tanker washing location where trucks and tankers that carried acids, resins and solvents were routinely cleaned until 2001. When the company closed down, the contaminants and the cleaning …read more
Source: NJ.com Gloucester