Welcome to CRISIS
NJ superfund sites
CRISIS is the
toxic waste cleanup advocacy group
of Bridgewater Township, New Jersey. CRISIS has been providing critical and technical oversight on behalf of the public (regarding the American Cyanamid/Pfizer Superfund site) since 1992.
Reports and Memos
Reports and Memos
Link to Cyanamid Site History and Remediation >>>
Cyanamid Toxic Waste Site in Bridgewater, south of train station and west of 287. Raritan River lower right
CRISIS - An environmental action group:
Promoting remediation of Cyanamid Superfund Site (In Bridgewater + Bound Brook, NJ)
Original Cyanamid site now being tackled by Pfpfizer/WHC and US-EPA
Non-profit group working for Bridgewater and Somerset County, NJ for over 25 years
Community watchdog for this complex, highly contaminated (tars containing benzene + other VOC’s) site between East Main St. + Raritan River
Provides on-going information on technical approaches, challenges + clean-up progress; plus independent analysis.
Holder of US-EPA TAG Grant since 1993, which funds technical advisor and website
ink to Technical Reports>>>
January 2015 highlights - How to remediate impoundments 1+2?
Worst contaminated area (tars with 6% benzene)
Lab + pilot tests completed Q2/14
80 degrees C heating drives off benzene/VOC's for capture
Solidification in a cement possible, but some leaching of VOC's will occur over time
How to scale up this treatment to 4-acres?
Study and approval can take 2 years or more
Where to remove treated materials to?
Refused by off-site landfills
Maybe to off-site incinerators?
Draft FFS study on OU8 - 2H/2015 possible
Impoundments 1+2 south of Conrail and west of 287
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