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EPA To Rehab Longtime Stratford Superfund Site

16 May 2018 10:26 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Davis Dunavin,  WSHU Public Radio (CT)

The EPA and Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will start work this year to clean up a contaminated former softball field in Stratford. It’s part of an EPA effort to spend nearly $80 million on brownfield restoration in Connecticut.

The field is behind the former Raymark automotive brake facility - and it was once home to a women’s softball team called the Raybestos Brakettes. Today it’s scattered with debris and graffiti-covered storage containers.

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