Ecological Services
Northeast Region
Loon News and Highlights
Defendants pay $4.25 million settlement for restoration at Industri-plex Superfund site Black ducks, as well as great blue herons and kingfishers, were impacted by the pollution.
Officials propose projects for second round of Housatonic River settlement funds Shady Maple Farm
Service proposes two projects to restore fish, enhance recreation in Conn.'s Upper Quinnipiac River Quinnipiac River looking west into the Quinnipiac River Gorge, as seen from
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About the

Environmental

Contaminants

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What we do

Environmental Contaminants biologists and toxicologists work with others to protect, improve and restore the quality of fish, wildlife and habitat resources through the following:

  • Prevent pollution from harming fish and wildlife and the places they live
  • Provide contaminants expertise to Service programs and advise other federal and state agencies in the cleanup and evaluation of sites
  • Investigate how pollution affects fish and wildlife and propose action to minimize the effects
  • Address spills of oil and hazardous chemicals through NRDAR, preventing as much harm as possible and recovering for damages that can't be prevented
  • Make sure cleaning up hazardous waste does not hurt fish and wildlife
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Spill Prevention and Planning

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National Contaminants Program


Last updated: July 24, 2013