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DEP discusses plans for Borough landfill site

April 29, 2014

Photo by Katherine Porter Chris Saber, project manager for the Ridgway Borough municipal landfill site, presents DEP's findings from testing of the area in question during a public hearing held Tuesday evening.

Representatives from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection [DEP] gave a presentation Tuesday evening concerning their findings and proposed action for the former borough municipal landfill site located along Jakes Hollow Road in Ridgway Township. The presentation was followed by a public hearing in order for area residents to have their thoughts and concerns recorded on an official public response document which will be published pending the close of the public comment period on June 13.
According to project manager Chris Saber, following an investigation conducted in 2004, the department, through the process of test-pitting, discovered three high lead areas in the location, an area containing four known drums of trichloroethylene [TCE] as well as another area that contains, according to DEP estimates, another two to four drums of industrial solvents.

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