Jun 21, 2015 4:01 PM

EPA orders Manchester mill property to remove lead


MANCHESTER – The Environmental Protection Agency has ordered Brady Sullivan Properties to clean up a refurbished mill property after high lead levels were found.

Local and state health officials have been investigating the Mill West on McGregor Street and on Friday the EPA formally ordered a lead contamination cleanup.

Marc Pinard, Sullivan’s lawyer, said in a statement, “The order simply commemorates the process that Brady Sullivan was already committed to.”

According to the Union Leader, the official notice gives the owner, Brian Sullivan, 30 days to complete the cleanup, submit a summary of the findings and report new lead test results to the EPA.


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