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Did The U.S Government Expose Every Allied World Leader On The Planet To Toxic Waste?

I’ve learned that the parent company of Guitar Center, Ares Management, recently facilitated the sale of a Superfund toxic waste dump to a hospital. “On March 27, Willkie helped its client, an affiliate of Ares Management, L.P.(owner of Guitar Center), sell an office condominium unit comprising approximately 375,000 square feet in the 1 million square Read more about Did The U.S Government Expose Every Allied World Leader On The Planet To Toxic Waste?[…]

US EPA Delivers Great News About The Status Of The Asheville CTS Trichloroethylene Plume

A spokesman for the Region 4 US EPA contacted us today with the following statement about the remediation status of the Asheville CTS Superfund site.  In summary, they have implemented a clean up method using injection wells which will put substances in the groundwater that will oxidize the plume of TCE, they have allocated an Read more about US EPA Delivers Great News About The Status Of The Asheville CTS Trichloroethylene Plume[…]

Eight Things Everyone Needs To Know About The EPA Superfund Toxic Waste Clean Up Program

Have you ever heard of the town of Hinkley from the film Erin Brockovich?  That’s a toxic waste site.  Currently, there are 1,323 toxic waste sites on the EPA’s National Priorities List, or the list of the worst of the worst toxic waste sites in The United States.  Recently, the EPA released the information that, Read more about Eight Things Everyone Needs To Know About The EPA Superfund Toxic Waste Clean Up Program[…]

Founder Matthew Berdyck Talks About Why He Started SuperfundResearch.org

Origins I started SuperfundResearch.org out of a need for information in my own environmental activism career.  Over the course of a hundred thousand miles of travel, in the last two years, I’ve learned a lot about The EPA’s Superfund Project.  Alex and I started building the foundation for this organization in 2013, but kept a Read more about Founder Matthew Berdyck Talks About Why He Started SuperfundResearch.org[…]