Landfill site map
The site map located at the Dewey Loeffel toxic landfill Superfund site water treatment plant shows the location of the landfill, three existing extraction wells, five proposed extraction wells and the direction of the treated discharge into the Valatie Kill.
Filtering out contaminants
EPA Remedial Project Manager Ben Conetta explains the Air Stripper filtration system in which contaminated water cascades down and air is pushed up, following Henry's Law in filtering contaminated water before it is released at acceptable treatment levels. Conetta explained the procedure at the water treatment plant at the Superfund site on Monday afternoon for local media.
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 12:30 am
NASSAU — The newly constructed water treatment plant at the Dewey Loeffel toxic landfill Superfund site was open for tours guided by US Environmental Protection Agency officials Monday. Local media and officials were invited to see first-hand how toxins are treated and the resulting discharge is tested before entering the Valatie Kill.
The tour for local media was arranged by EPA Public Affairs Specialist Larisa Romanowski and guided by Western New York Section Remedial Project Manager Peter Mannino and Remedial Project Manager Ben Conetta at the request of the Register-Star.
Sunday, March 9, 2014 12:30 am.