Created on Tuesday, 26 June 2012 09:29
Cleanup efforts could resume soon at an old Bucks County industrial site that has been contaminated for decades. The site on Broad Street in Doylestown was once home to Chem-Fab, a company that did electroplating and metal etching.
The soil and groundwater are contaminated with the now-banned solvent TCE and other chemicals. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates the cleanup cost at $2.25 million, and it will hold a public meeting July 10 at Doylestown Borough Hall to present the plans.