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The Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday that it will begin sampling indoor air quality next month in about 10 homes and businesses that are potentially at risk of contamination from the Lockwood Superfund site.
In the 12 years since the Environmental Protection Agency designated 580 acres in Lockwood a Superfund site because the soil and water was contaminated by toxic chemicals, no actual cleanup work has been done.