More information with that dump website is being collected, and also the Environmental protection agency is waiting for the outcomes of more tests “prior to making any determinations,” the company stated.
“(The) Environmental protection agency may have no further action only at that location,” the company stated.
Through the years since 1994, the Environmental protection agency conducted multiple cleanups in the Shaffer site.
The Environmental protection agency stated it’ll hold two open house conferences on March. 27 and March. 28 in Glen Jean to go over the problem.
The U.S. Ecological Protection Agency found high amounts of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, in the former Shaffer Equipment Company site within the Fayette County community of Minden, media outlets reported.
From 1970 to 1984, the Shaffer Equipment Co. built electrical substations for that local coal mining industry, the Environmental protection agency stated.