STAMFORD – A construction project in Boccuzzi Park has dug up arsenic-contaminated soil, and the planned cleanup has resulted in cost overruns as the city seeks to ensure the material is processed according to state guidelines.
The contaminated soil was discovered as workers were digging the ground to install drainage structures as part of a utility project. Under a rental agreement with SoundWaters, the city is responsible for providing utility connections – including electricity, water and gas – for the non-profit education center under construction. in the Boccuzzi park.
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