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Consent Decree: Big John Salvage-Hoult Road Superfund Site

On October 10, 2012, three companies and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency entered into a removal action (RA) consent decree, whereby the three companies agreed to pay approximately $29.8 million in cleanup costs for the Big John’s Salvage-Hoult Road Superfund Site in Fairmont, W.Va. More information is available from the case summary of the Big John Salvage-Hoult Road Superfund Site.

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