U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Toms River, New Jersey
The following was information supplied at the June 17, 1999 Meeting on the Ciba-Geigy Superfund Site.
Some of the information is scanned and highlighted for easier viewing on the web.
The full reports are available to the public at the Ocean County Library and through the Ocean County Planning Department,
in Toms River, NJ.
Stages of Community Involvement
Stage 1: Present information on potential remedial technologies
Stage 2: Present information on potential site-wide remedial alternatives
Stage 3: Release of Proposed Remedial Action Plan (PRAP) which details EPA's preferred remedy
Stage 3: Release of Record of Decision (ROD) detailing EPA's selected remedy for the source areas
Stage 1: Remedial Technologies
A series of public meetings
- Thermal treatment technology (March 25,1999)
- Bioremediation technology (April 29, 1 999)
- Incineration, landfilling, stabilization, containment and natural attenuation technologies (June 17 1999)
- Address comments on remedial technologies previously presented and other technologies considered (August 5,1999)
- Overview of contamination in the source areas and potential impact on groundwater
Stage 2: Remedial Alternatives
Release draft FS Report
Public meeting to review potential remedial alternatives
Public Availability Sessions to discuss site-wide remedial alternatives presented in the draft FS Report