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EPA plans to continue remedial design sampling on June 1, 2020 with remedial action anticipated to begin pending availability of federal funding. The soil sampling of approximately 39 properties should take about two weeks and covers Investigation Area 1 around Lakeland and Bon Brae Streets and Harper Avenue, and Investigation Area 2 centered on the Lange and Revere Street canals. The Agency is making phone arrangements to inform property owners of the sampling schedule and will similarly notify owners when arriving at the property. Due to Covid19 concerns, EPA personnel and contractors will adhere to protective measures including social distancing, increased sanitation, and the use of face masks when in enclosed spaces. These special provisions, among others, are documented in the site-specific Health and Safety Plan. The sampling is a no cost to the property owner.

In 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency completed remedial design sampling at 160 of the 195 properties in the two Investigational areas of the Ten-Mile Drain Superfund site in St. Clair Shores.





Fact Sheet - EPA to Begin Remedial Design Sampling in Residential Areas (4 pp, 627 K, About PDF)

Michigan Department of Community Health's "Do Not Eat" Fish Advisory for 10 Mile/Lange/Revere Canals in St. Clair ShoresExit

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