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After 25 years, Superfund site cleanup nears final phase

The 34-acre, $10-million Anderson Regional Transportation Center was the first development approved on a portion of Woburn's Industri-plex Superfund site. The 34-acre, $10-million Anderson Regional Transportation Center was the first development approved on a portion of Woburn's Industri-plex Superfund site. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff/File 2006)
By Brad Kane
Globe Correspondent / February 12, 2009

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The cleanup, spanning more than a quarter-century, of a severely contaminated site in north Woburn is heading toward completion as the US Environmental Protection Agency is expected to approve the project's final phase this spring. (Full article: 746 words)

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