On this page:
- About the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative
- Redevelopment at the Site
- Economic Activity at the Site
About the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative
This nationally coordinated effort provides EPA and its partners with a process to return Superfund sites to productive use. Learn more at Superfund Redevelopment Initiative.
Redevelopment at the Site
The 26-acre Price Landfill Superfund site is located in the City of Pleasantville and Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. In 1971, the site began operating as Price Landfill and accepted industrial chemicals, sludge, oil, grease, septic tank wastes and sewer wastes. Landfill operations ended by 1976. EPA added the site to the Superfund program’s National Priorities List (NPL) in 1983. Cleanup included groundwater extraction and water quality monitoring. In 2009, the site received American Resource and Recovery Act (ARRA) funding, which helped fund construction of the site’s groundwater treatment facilities. Today, these facilities are fully operational. Workers installed a cap over the landfill area after cleanup ended. In 2013, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) studied whether a renewable energy project would be viable on the landfill. The study showed that the site is a good candidate for a renewable energy project. EPA and site stakeholders will continue to consider the site’s potential for beneficial reuse.
Economic Activity at the Site
As of December 2018, EPA did not have economic data related to on-site businesses, or economic data were not applicable due to site use. View information about redevelopment economics at Superfund sites.