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Beede Waste Oil Site

Plaistow, NH: (Apr-17-07) The Federal Government and New Hampshire reached an agreement with the 101 parties who contributed to the pollution of the Beede Waste Oil Superfund site in Plaistow, NH. In a settlement reached, the parties involved in the environment pollution lawsuit agreed to pay $48 million to clean up the site, $9 million for future federal and state oversight costs and the recovery of more than $17 million that federal and state agencies have spent on the site. The property, which is surrounded by homes with private wells, was the site of a waste oil storage and recycling facility from the 1920s until 1994. The settlement agreement is an important milestone in cleaning up the toxic site. [WMUR TV NEWS: OIL STORAGE]

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Published on Apr-22-07


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