Is your business located within or near the above-pictured boundary of the Meeker Avenue Plume Superfund site? If so, has your building been tested for impacts of soil vapor intrusion?
If you are interested in learning more about the site, potential health hazards for those living or working in the area and the availability of free indoor air testing and mitigation system installation, please join Evergreen – in conjunction with the Meeker Plume Superfund Site Community Advisory Group (Meeker CAG) and the north Brooklyn industrial business community for a presentation on the Meeker Ave Plume Superfund by the site team from the Environmental Protection Agency.
The presentation will take place virtually over Zoom and will include a site and process overview, actions taken to date and next steps. The presentation will allow time for participants to ask questions.
February 15, 2024
Noon – 1PM
We hope you will join us and share this information with your neighbors!
To attend this virtual information session please RSVP here.
For questions and more information please reach out to Natalie Vichnevsky.
Good to Know:
What is the Meeker Avenue Plume?
The EPA has listed the Meeker Avenue Plume as a Superfund site, meaning it is a contaminated area slated for cleanup. The soil and groundwater in many parts of the Meeker Avenue Plume site may be contaminated with chemicals harmful to human and environmental health.
Where is the Meeker Avenue Plume?
The area under investigation is pictured in the above map and it is in the Greenpoint/East Williamsburg area and spans several city blocks.
What is a Community Advisory Group (CAG)?
A CAG’s purpose is to provide a public forum for community members to present and discuss their needs and concerns related to the Superfund decision-making process. More information on the Meeker CAG can be found here.