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EPA to finish Saratoga Springs Superfund cleanup

National Grid to foot $6.5 million bill

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week finalized a plan for the last phase in the cleanup of a federal Superfund site that has been a concern for decades. National Grid will pay about $6.5 million to clean contaminated soil and groundwater on a half-acre near Excelsior, Warren and High Rock avenues, including near the Old Red Spring. The EPA will use a type of cement to stabilize contaminated soil and install underground barriers to ...


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