Sudbury River, MA, Restoration Plan Proposed
January 16, 2012
Boston.com: State and federal officials have developed a $3.7 million plan that would restore the pollution-damaged watershed along the Sudbury River containing one of the nation’s first Superfund sites.
Years in the making, the plan outlines restoration of the area around what was once the site of Nyanza Color and Chemical Co. in Ashland, a 35-acre parcel that still bears a legacy of mercury contamination and other environmental woes.
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