PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP, NJ
Superfund Site Profile
The Lang Property site is located in Pemberton Township, New Jersey. Two acres of the 40-acre area were used as an illegal dumping ground for abandoned vehicles, tires and other debris. In 1975, between 1,200 and 1,500 drums of unidentified chemical waste were discovered on the property. The owners removed the drums in 1976. Before their removal, the drums were emptied into unlined pits or the contents were spilled on the ground. EPA put the site’s long-term remedy in place. Long-term groundwater monitoring is ongoing.
The property was purchased by Edward and Florence Lang in 1970. In June 1975, 1,200 to ...
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