EPA to replace contaminated topsoil in Minnesota park

06/23/2005 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to spend $3.5 million to remove asbestos-contaminated soil from a 2.6-acre public park along the Mississippi River in Minneapolis and put clean topsoil in its place. The contaminated soil in Gluek Park came from the former W.R. Grace & Co. plant, which manufactured insulation that contained asbestos fibers.

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