Environmental Protection Agency

Carter Carburetor Superfund Site
4:41 pm
Fri January 28, 2011

Coalition asking EPA for more time to evaluate cleanup options for Carter Carburetor Superfund Site



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The above map depicts Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls Club (right), across the street from the Carter Carburetor Superfund Site, a former gasoline and diesel carburetor manufacturing plant which closed in 1984.

A coalition of St. Louis City residents is asking the Environmental Protection Agency for more time to evaluate cleanup options for the Carter Carburetor Superfund Site on the city's north side.

The former gasoline and diesel carburetor manufacturing plant once owned by ACF Industries has dangerous levels of several toxic contaminants, including PCBs and asbestos.

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Arch Coal
6:19 pm
Fri January 14, 2011

EPA revokes permit for Arch Coal mine in W. Va.

This mine in Pike County, Ky. uses mountaintop removal, the same process used in an Arch Coal mine in W. Va. that's come under fire from the EPA. (via Flickr/iLoveMountains.org)
(via Flickr/iLoveMountains.org)

In addition to the story about mining you may have heard on NPR's All Things Considered this evening, a St. Louis-based coal company, Arch Coal, is in some trouble for one of their mines in West Virginia.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is making good on a 9-month-old threat and revoking a permit for West Virginia's largest mountaintop removal mine.

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