by Michael Levin, Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.
March 13, 2006

Vapor intrusion into structures on or near contaminated soils of the Havertown PCP site, which is on the National Priority List (NPL #542) since 1983, was raised at the January 2006 commissioners’ meeting. After the meeting a two page copy from EPA was handed to me and described as answering the question. It doesn’t. What it does show is: vapor intrusion could occur, the properties were not tested and there are no plans to do so. Thus, the question remains: where is the experimental testing design, have property owners been notified, and when will the testing take place. While I’m asking questions, where is the current map showing the extent and boundaries of the Havertown Superfund site including the recently found contamination.

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