Berlin updated on Superfund site
Darryl Luce, an Environmental Protection Agency project manager, told a small group of residents at an information session last Thursday that data-gathering will continue this summer and fall at the former Chlor-Alkali facility.
In response to a question from the audience, Luce said there is some money available, but the project will depend on available funding.
The cell house cleanup site is located on the east side of the river, just south of the Saw Mill Dam, which is the dam at the Northern Forest Heritage Park. It is at the far north of the 60-acre former paper mill property, part of which is now being used at a bio-mass facility.
Bugs, birds and fish were tested, along with sediment at the bottom of the river.
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