EPA Finalizes Plan to Protect Drinking Water in Corozal, P.R.; $3 Million Spent to Date

EPA Finalizes Plan to Protect Drinking Water in Corozal, P.R.; Million Spent to Date
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a plan to use natural processes along with the continued use of a system that EPA had already installed to treat contaminated groundwater at the Corozal Well Superfund Site in Corozal, Puerto Rico. Previously, the EPA installed a system that uses carbon to address pollutants as an initial step to address the risks posed by people drinking contaminated groundwater
EPA Finalizes Plan to Protect Drinking Water in Corozal, P.R.; Million Spent to Date
Source: EPA Water news

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