Superfund Site Profile
Announcements and Key Topics
- EPA is currently investigating the potential for vapor intrusion (VI) of Raymark Superfund Site site-related contaminants. Vapor intrusion is when chemicals or petroleum products are spilled on the ground or leak from underground storage tanks, and they give off vapors that can seep inside buildings or homes potentially affecting human health and the environment.
- The operation of the groundwater treatment system is ...
The Raymark Superfund Site (Site) is a 7-acre operating facility located at 220 Jacksonville Road in Hatboro, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The Site is located on relatively flat ground and consists ...
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