Superfund Information Systems: Site Profile

Superfund Site:

HENRY'S KNOB
CLOVER, SC

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Previous Public Participation Opportunities

The EPA relies heavily upon public meetings as a communication tool. The purpose of the public meeting is to present information to the audience, as well as receive information back from them. The EPA in conjunction with other members of the Site team have held the following meetings at the Site:

·         On April 17, 2008, the EPA held a community meeting at the Bethany Elementary School in Clover. This meeting was convened to share information about Site activities, respond to citizens’ questions and comments and to outline the next steps in the Superfund process.

·         On June 5, 2012, the EPA held a community meeting at the Bethany Elementary School in Clover. This meeting was convened to share information about the Non-Time-Critical Removal Actions at the Site and to solicit comments regarding alternatives presented in the Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis (EE/CA).

·         On October 21, 2014, the EPA held a community meeting at the Bethany Elementary School in Clover. This meeting was convened to share information on the installation of wellhead treatment systems and the cleanup work scheduled for the 2015 construction season. 

          On June 7, 2016, the EPA held a community meeting at the Bethany Elementary School in Clover. This meeting was convened to provide an update on the status of the NTCRA wellhead treatment systems, the quarterly groundwater monitoring program, interim measures to address re-vegetative, stormwater controls, dam rehabiliation and the tentative schedule for the Feasibility Study.

          On August 8, 2017, the EPA held a community meeting at the Bethany Elementary School in Clover. This meeting was convened to provide an updated on the status of the wellhead treatment systems, groungwater monitoring program, continued measures to address re-vegetative stormwater controls, dam rehabilitation and the Site's selection for the EPA Regional Site Reuse Award.

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Stay Informed and Involved

The foundation of Superfund’s community involvement program is the belief that members of the public affected by a Superfund site have a right to know what the agency is doing in their community and to have a say in the decision making process.

The EPA has worked and will continue to work with the community and its state partner to develop a long-term cleanup plan for the site, reflecting the Agency’s commitment to safe, healthy communities and environmental protection. Community engagement and public outreach are core components of the EPA’s activities at the Site.  

The EPA has conducted a range of community involvement activities to solicit community input and make sure the public remains informed about site activities throughout the cleanup process. Outreach efforts have included public notices, interviews and information meetings.

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