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HATHEWAY & PATTERSON
MANSFIELD, MA

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Deletion from National Priorities List

A Notice of Intent to Delete for the Hatheway & Patterson Superfund Site was published in the Federal Register on December 1, 2017, Federal Register Number: 82 FR 56939-56940. The publication of this notice was intended to inform the public that EPA planned to delete the Site from the National Priorities List, and provide a 30-day public comment period on the proposed deletion. The closing date for comments on the Notice of Intent to Delete was January 2, 2018. Six (6) written comments were received. These comments are available in the Information Repositories. All public comments were considered in EPA’s final decision to delete the Site from the NPL.  Read full press release.

The site was taken off of the Superfund list on February 16, 2018.

EPA and the State of Massachusetts have concluded that all appropriate Superfund-financed responses under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), have been implemented and that no further cleanup by responsible parties is appropriate for the Site. Moreover, EPA and the State have determined that cleanup actions conducted at the site to date continue to be protective of public health and the environment.

To view the Deletion Docket

To view the Responsive Summary: RESPONSIVENESS SUMMARY FOR RESPONSE TO COMMENTS SUBMITTED TO EPA DURING 30-DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD REGARDING NOTICE OF INTENT TO DELETE (NOID) (FEDERAL REGISTER NUMBER: 82 FR 56939-56940) (PDF) (5 pp, 589 K, About PDF)

For more information on the Superfund Deletion Process

 

Institutional controls are required for this site.

This site requires ICs because a decision document, such as a Record of Decision, has documented some level of contamination and/or remedy component at the site that would restrict use of the site. These ICs are required to help ensure the site is used in an appropriate way and that activities at the site do not damage the cleanup components. These ICs will remain in place for as long as the contamination and/or cleanup components stay on site.

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