Superfund Sites to Solar Power Plants



This video describes the conversion of superfund sites to solar power plants. It shows how the EPA and local governments can use green technology in the form of solar arrays to return previously contaminated and toxic sites to productive use. We shall cover cases in California, Massachusetts, and Indiana.

Links to other relevant videos

Remediation of the Hudson River Superfund Site (
HOW TOXIC MERCURY GETS INTO FISH-The Oceanic Mercury Biogeochemical Cycle (
Remediation of Berry’s Creek, NJ-The Most Contaminated Freshwater in the United States (
What is Superfund? Remediation of Contaminated Soils & Sites! (

Source of Material- EPA websites

W.R. GRACE & CO., INC. (ACTON PLANT) ACTON, MA (

FRONTIER FERTILIZER DAVIS, CA

The Reilly Tar & Chemical (Indianapolis Plant) Site

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