Landowners blast EPA cleanup
By Seaborn Larson, http://www.thewesternnews.com
Before Judy Lundstrom finally agreed to let the Environmental Protection Agency remove asbestos from her property, she wanted to know what her yard would look like after cleanup workers dug up the soil and removed the contaminated material.
Lundstrom, 72, said she was told by an EPA official that her yard, pasture, flower beds and garden would be “put back the same way, if not better.”
Three years later, after countless visits by EPA officials and contractors, Lundstrom said she has had enough. The asbestos has been removed, but she fears her property will never look as good as it once did.
“After they first did my lawn in 2010, I told them ‘This isn’t right. It shouldn’t be this way,'” Lundstrom said. “I’ve been going through this with (the EPA) for three years now. As far as I’m concerned they haven’t done anything right. It’s been a nightmare.” Read More
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Posted on September 23, 2013, in Asbestos, Environmental, Remediation/Renovation and tagged Asbestos, Asbestos cleanup, Environmental Protection Agency, epa, United States Environmental Protection Agency. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.