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The EPA says there is currently no risk of human exposure after controls were put in place.

Located eight miles north of Atlantic City, this site saw contamination from “FAA and National Guard activities” that tainted soil, sediment and groundwater in the area.

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The state Department of Environmental Protection lists more than 10,000 active sites with confirmed contamination.

Here's a look at Superfunds across the state, organized by county (Mercer is the only county without a Superfund site).

Many have histories more colorful than an oil slick: A massive chemical fire at a mob-controlled waste storage facility. While many of those sites have been cleaned up, they require longterm treatment and monitoring.

SULLIVAN | NJ ADVANCE MEDIA New Jersey has more places under the federal Superfund program, which prioritizes cleanups of dangerous contaminated sites, than any other state. And the only site ever to be put on the Superfund list twice.

The price of 20 & 24 Centurion Way has decreased ,000 during that time. One of New Jersey’s orphan sites, the EPA hasn’t identified a funding source for a cleanup, and says there’s “insufficient data” to measure the risk it poses to the surrounding community. This active scrap metal yard in Saddle Brook saw a spill of oil containing PCBs in the 1980s and a major cleanup project in the 90s.Because of the nature of the work done there, it was also contaminated with heavy metals and volatile organic compounds, according to the EPA.A fire in the 1970s may also have released nearly 300 gallons of TCE into the ground.The EPA says the contaminated soil is cleaned up but groundwater treatment and monitoring are “ongoing.” The former E. Electroplating company’s activity at this Garfield site spilled and leaked cancer-causing chromium into the ground, creating a plume of groundwater contamination at least a half a mile wide. Senate hearing to plead for federal dollars for the site in 2014, but the cleanup still lacks funds.Beautiful Almost New, Remodeled home in one of the best neighborhoods in Folsom.