Dioxins Removal News

  • EPA Removes Hyde Park Landfill in Niagara Falls, NY from Superfund List

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its decision to remove the Hyde Park Landfill site in Niagara Falls, New York from the Superfund National Priorities List of hazardous waste sites after a successful cleanup. The ground water and the sediment in Bloody Run Creek and Niagara Gorge Face were contaminated with volatile organic compounds, which can cause serious harm to ...

  • EPA begins work to remove dioxin-laden sediment from the Lower Passaic River

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced the start of construction needed to remove contaminated sediment from the lower Passaic River. This is an important milestone in the cleanup of this heavily contaminated stretch of the Passaic adjacent to the Diamond Alkali Superfund site in Newark, New Jersey. The sediment in this area of the river is highly contaminated with dioxin, which ...

  • Preparations underway to remove toxic sediment from Lower Passaic River

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that work has begun on removing 200,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediment from an area of the Passaic River near the Diamond Alkali Superfund site located at 80 Lister Avenue in Newark, NJ. EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are overseeing the work, which is funded and being performed by Tierra Solutions, Inc. The work is being ...

  • EPA provides update on efforts to address dioxin contamination in the Woonasquatucket river

    Interested community members were provided an update about the environmental investigations and actions at the Centredale Manor Restoration Project Superfund Site.  Representatives from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, RI Department of Environmental Management and RI Department of Health were on hand to answer the public’s questions. EPA presented the findings of the Remedial ...

  • Federal court approves $700,000 settlement to resolve EPA claim at circle de lumber site in klamath falls

    Jeld-Wen Inc., located in Klamath Falls, will pay the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency $700,000 for costs incurred by EPA during a contaminated site cleanup conducted at the Circle DE Lumber site in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon approved the settlement agreement between Jeld-Wen Inc., and the United States. In addition to the money recovered under ...

  • Breakthrough Catalyst Filter Technology Controls PM, SO2, HCl, NOx and Dioxins

    Who benefits?  Boiler owners seeking to comply with Boiler MACT, biomass energy producers, glass manufacturers, chemical companies; companies involved with waste pyrolysis or incineration; metal smelters, metal powder producers, mineral processors, foundries, cement manufacturers. Broad interest to pollution control consultants.  Owosso, ...


    By Tri-Mer Corporation

  • Energos EfW facility enters commissioning ahead of schedule

    Commissioning is underway at a second Energos gasification plant at Borregaard Industries, Sarpsborg, in Norway – the company’s eighth energy recovery facility (ERF) in Europe. Steam is now being generated from waste at the new Sarpsborg ERF as it undergoes rigorous testing as part of the early commissioning process. It is expected to be handed over in May, two months ahead of schedule. The ...


    By ENER-G

  • POLLUTEC 2007

    MAGUIN S.A.S will be present at the POLLUTEC 2007 exhibition which will take place in Paris Nord Villepinte (France)from 27th to 30th November. Our team of professionals will be glad to study your project and to put at your disposal their skills and knowledge in the field of waste incineration, air pollution control and waste-to-energy processes.This exhibition will also give you the opportunity ...

  • Dow Chemical Removes Contaminants Near its Home Factory

    MIDLAND, Michigan, July 12, 2007 (ENS) - The Dow Chemical Company began work this week to remove contaminated sediments in the Tittabawassee River, just upstream of the Dow Dam in the company's hometown of Midland. The sediments are contaminated with high levels of dioxins and furans, chlorobenzenes, metals, and other materials. On June 27, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 gave ...

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