MONTREAL – Quebec Environment Minister David Heurtel has issued a call for tenders to clean up the PCB-contaminated land in Pointe-Claire.
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The soil is on the former site of Reliance Power Equipment at 86 Hymus Blvd.
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The clean up will take place in two parts and will cost an estimated $8.3 million.
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After the property is decontaminated, neighbouring lands and groundwater will be tested for any traces of the PCBs.
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Tests done earlier this year by Montreal’s Department of Public Health showed the PCBs on the property are not a health threat for area residents.
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