Salem Acres Superfund Site
The Salem Acres Superfund Site contained over 100,000 cubic yards of hazardous sludge and soils in onsite lagoons. The waste was deposited in eight unlined lagoons on approximately four acres. Contaminants included PCBs, heavy metals, PAHs, dioxins, furans, and VOCs. Sealand Enviro was contracted by the South Essex Sewage District to remediate the entire site to Massachusetts regulatory standards. Under the direction of the USEPA, the MADEP and URS, Sealand Enviro provided engineering and remedial construction services. In addition to the removal of all hazardous waste from the site, Sealand Enviro treated over three million gallons of contaminated surface and groundwater.