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Remediation System Evaluation, Raymark Superfund Site (PDF)

The Raymark site occupies 7 acres off Jacksonville Road in an industrial part of Hatboro, Pennsylvania. The pump-and-treat system addresses groundwater contamination, primarily trichloroethylene (TCE), associated with the operations of various manufacturers of rivets and other metal manufacturers, including the Penn Rivet and Machine Company that occupied the site from 1947 through 1954.

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