Superfund comes up short on cleanup of electro-plating factory site in Garfield

Officials say the funding needed to clean up

Officials say the funding needed to clean up a North Jersey Superfund site has run dry, and the news has residents fuming. (June 11, 2014 7:28 PM)

Officials say the funding needed to clean up a North Jersey Superfund site has run dry, and the news has residents fuming.

Colleen Calderio plants tomatoes in planters on the roof because she's afraid to plant them in the ground. Her house sits across the street from where an electro-plating factory once stood.  It was the site of a chromium spill in 1983.

Since then, the contamination...

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