Engineer says contaminated Derry site can be cleaned, redeveloped
Councilors received an update Tuesday night on the town’s ongoing environmental monitoring of the property at 3 Central Court from Craig Durrett, who works as an environmental engineer with the Department of Public Works.
The town-owned property was previously the site of the Difeo Oil operation and has some petroleum contamination, Durrett said. The town has cleaned up contaminated soil at the site and is conducting long-term monitoring of the groundwater for petroleum contamination, Durrett said.
In terms of funding, the monitoring is being paid through a state oil disbursement program. That program, in turn, is funded through taxes on fuel at the pump and on deliveries, Durrett said.
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