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EPA Superfund FAQs

NPL Sites in Maryland

Other Superfund Sites

Robin Gilden's Hagerstown Page

The ToxFAQs Site


Getting Your Questions Answered:

Although we have tried to address every aspect of the the Central Chemical story in Hagerstown, its inevitable that new questions will come up as the process moves forward. Therefore, we've provided a Forum for the community to post questions and comments as well as a FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) where you see your questions answered.

We ask that you be mindful that this is an unmoderated community bulletin board, and please keep your language and questions respectful and on topic.


Superfund Information from the EPA

Superfund Home Page: Collects all of the EPA publications and web resources about the Superfund program under one umbrella.

EPA Superfund FAQs: Hundreds of Frequently Asked Questions on topics such as Chemicals and Hazardous Wastes, Facts and Figures, Community Involvement, and many many more.

NPL (National Priorites List) Sites in Maryland: A clickable map and listing of other poluted sites in Maryland.

Other Superfund Sites Redevelopments: The EPA case studies of other communties who are confronting the challenges of future land use of Superfund sites. See the Case Studies page in Future for more information on other sites with similar profiles to Central Chemical in Hagerstown.

Health and Safety Information

Robin Gilden's Hagerstown Page: Ms. Gilden is the TOSC liason assigned to provide educational resources to help understand the technical issues related to the Central Chemical site.

The ToxFAQs Site: This publication of the ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) has health and safety profiles for every substance found on the Central Chemical site: arsenic, barium, copper, cyanide, lead, semi-volatile and volatile organic compounds, DDT, DDE, DDD, lindane, chlordane, endrin, and dieldrin. Thanks to Ms Gilden for providing this listing.



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