Environmental Assessment and Remedial Action Planning for Former Manufacturing Facility in Springfield, Vermont
Between 1909 and 2002, the Bryant Chucking Grinder Company operated a 166,000-square foot production facility at 267 Clinton Street in Springfield, Vermont, manufacturing machining tools for distribution across the United States and around the world. The Site, one of nine other machine manufacturing facilities in Springfield, became dormant following sale of the Bryant brand and accounts to Vermont Machine Tool, which relocated the physical assets to another property. Following two interim, short-lived businesses, the Site was left vacant and allowed to decline.
In 2010, Stone performed an ASTM E1527-05 Phase I ESA for Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commission (SWCRPC) on behalf of the Springfield Regional Development Corp. (SRDC) of the former machine manufacturing facility. In addition to requisite resources, Stone relied on extensive professional knowledge of the area, RCRA hazardous waste files of the former company and nearby plants, and interviews with citizens of Springfield.
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