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Remediation System Evaluation, Peerless Plating Site

The Peerless Plating Superfund Site is located at 2554 South Getty Street, north of the intersection of South Getty Street and East Sherman Boulevard in Muskegon, Michigan. Copper, nickel, chromium, cadmium, and zinc electroplating operations as well as associated activities such as burnishing, polishing, pickling, oiling, passivating, stress relieving, and dichromate dipping were conducted at Peerless Plating from 1937 to 1983. These processes required the use of toxic, reactive, corrosive, and flammable chemicals that were discharged into seepage lagoons at the rear of the facility throughout Peerless Plating's history.

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