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Environmental Protection Agency orders Passaic River cleanup

The government plans to use Superfund money paid

The government plans to use Superfund money paid by polluters to dredge the lower two miles of the waterway and to cap the six miles above that from bank to bank. (April 11, 2014 8:50 PM)

The Environmental Protection Agency is calling for a $1.7 billion cleanup of the heavily polluted lower Passaic River in New Jersey.

The government plans to use Superfund money paid by polluters to dredge the lower two miles of the waterway and to cap the six miles above that from bank to bank.

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