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Cheryl L. Sprague

Remedial Project Manager

USEPA Region 1

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townunderground.com

EPA Remedial Project Manager Cheryl Sprague said federal regulations allow them to put in the water line, but do not provide for the federal government to pay for the water.
In the case of the proposed water line extension to the affected homes, the "Responsible Parties," a group of 30 companies responsible for the remediation of the Tinkham Superfund Site, will pay for the connection. The waterline to be extended was installed in 1983 to provide alternative water to more than 400 residents living southwest of the Tinkham Garage Superfund Site. Sprague noted that to date, none of those residents have had their water subsidized by the Responsible Parties.


www.cabinet.com

And the groundwater under Mill Street, where Fletcher Paint had a storage facility, is heavily contaminated, said Cheryl Sprague, the EPA New England project manager.
Residents questioned EPA officials about those risks and Sprague said there are signs posted near the river bank, and "government consultants are here a lot, and when they see people in the water they contact the town." Email sprague.cheryl@epa.gov or mail to Cheryl Sprague, EPA Region New England, 5 Post Office Square, Suit 100, Mail Code OSRRO7-7, Boston, Mass. 02109-3912.


www.cabinet.com

EPA project manager Cheryl Sprague told them the contamination being dealt with now was caused by PCBs - or polychlorinated biphenyls - not paint.
"Mr. Fletcher had a relationship with GE for the disposal of PCBs on the site," she said, according to draft minutes of the Nov. 15 selectmen's meeting. PCBs are considered human carcinogens linked to liver cancer, and in 1987 - three years after Milford's Keyes well was found to be contaminated - 863 drums of PCBs were found on the Elm Street property and eventually removed. For nearly 20 years, the EPA and the town have worked with General Electric on plans for the cleanup, which is scheduled to begin next year. General Electric is proposing to truck away the contaminated soil from the site, a process that would take from about 15-27 months, Sprague told selectmen. Sprague said alternatives for OU2 include no action, limited action and capping below the Goldman Dam.


www.cabinet.com

Cheryl Sprague, the EPA's project administrator, told Milford residents at a hearing last summer that off-site disposal has become less expensive and will result in faster cleanup.
Off-site disposal will cost $20 million, she said, while on-site would cost $28 million. Off-site was expected to take 26 months, while on-site 44 months, Sprague said last year.


www.cabinet.com

Cheryl Sprague, the EPA's project administrator, told Milford residents at a hearing last summer that off-site disposal has become less expensive and will result in faster cleanup.
Off-site disposal will cost $20 million, she said, while on-site would cost $28 million. Off-site was expected to take 26 months, while on-site 44 months, Sprague said last year.


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