EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt put the spotlight on three more Superfund sites to accelerate cleanup efforts after the agency targeted those sites for a lack of progress.
The Environmental Protection Agency named the sites in California, Delaware, and Minnesota April 16 after the agency’s regional staff said they needed a push from the administrator, Albert “Kell” Kelly, Pruitt’s senior adviser on Superfund issues, told Bloomberg Environment.
Kelly expects that push to come in the form of an expedited cleanup...
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(Updates with information on California site, Minnesota site, EPA deadlines)