Oregon Superfund Site: Northwest Pipe & Casing/Hall Process Company
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Do you need a Toxic Tort Attorney in The Beaver State? The U.S. E.P.A. has designated Northwest Pipe & Casing/Hall Process Company in Oregon as a Superfund site because of its amounts of enviromental contamination and harm to the natural world. You can read the report for the site below.
Some Superfund sites are on the National Priority Site Lists. The National Priorities List ("NPL") is the list of hazardous waste sites in the United States eligible for long-term remedial action financed under the federal Superfund program. Environmental Protection Agency regulations outline a formal process for assessing hazardous waste sites and placing them on the NPL. The NPL is intended primarily to guide the EPA in determining which sites warrant further investigation.
Sites are listed on the NPL upon completion of Hazard Ranking System (HRS) screening, public solicitation of comments about the proposed site, and after all comments have been addressed. EPA may delete a final NPL site if it determines that no further response is required to protect human health or the environment. Sites where a remediation was completed through the Superfund program are typically deleted from the NPL.
Living near Superfund Sites in Oregon may place you and your family at risk of developing a disease from proximity to the site and experiencing a loss of value for your property, but there are steps you can take to fight back: The EPA says,
[We have] set up a "Post Construction Completion" (or PCC) strategy to ensure that Superfund response actions provide for the long-term protection of human health and the environment. EPA's Post Construction Completion activities also involve optimizing remedies to increase effectiveness and/or reduce cost without sacrificing long-term protection of human health and the environment.Regardless, most of the Superfund sites continue to pose a threat the well-being of those near-by.
When you rely on Weitz & Luxenberg, you benefit from the legal experience of accomplished Toxic Tort attorneys who will help fight back against polluters and secure you and your loved ones the compensation and remediation to which you are entitled.
Below you can read the EPA report for the Northwest Pipe & Casing/Hall Process Company Superfund site. If you, a loved one, or someone in your community has suffered due to exposure to a Superfund site Northwest Pipe & Casing/Hall Process Company, or if your property has lost value because of contamination, you will need a toxic tort attorney who knows the people of the State of Oregon . Take your first step filling out this simple form. There is no obligation, and your case will be evaluated within one day. To refer a friend, neighbor, or loved one, click here to let them know about the environmental toxic tort attorneys at Weitz & Luxenberg.
Northwest Pipe & Casing/Hall Process Company
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NORTHWEST PIPE and CASING/HALL PROCESS COMPANY
EPA ID# ORD980988307
EPA Region 10
5th Congressional District
NPL Listing History
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