What is the Superfund?
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Why Are We Here?
It’s estimated that only 2 -5% of the Superfund record is publicly available. For example, none of the records for the 175+ Superfund sites in New York and New Jersey are available on the US EPA website. Without public access to these records it’s impossible for US citizens to make effective decisions about their own health.
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