Community meeting January 27th 2016: Soil remediation near Kramer facility

Courtesy U.S. EPARes1 is bound by West 19th Street to the north, South Allport Street to the east, West 21st Street to the south, and South Loomis Street to the west.
Res2 is northward from the northwest corner of Res1 to West 18th Street and approximately 765 feet eastward from the southeast corner of Res1 to South May Street. The north/west border of Res2 curves southward from the intersection of West 18th Street and South Throop Street to the intersection of West 21st Street and South May Street.
The U.S. EPA is overseeing a soil remediation project in the Pilsen area near the Kramer facility where high lead levels were found.
If you or someone you know lives in the residential areas 1 and 2 pictured above, please come for information if you would like to have your property sampled for lead testing and remediated/cleaned up at NO COST to you.

WhereTrinity Church at 1850 S. Throop, Chicago, IL
When: Wednesday, January 27, 2016, 6-7:30 p.m.

Spanish interpretation will be available. Read more about the EPA’s soil remediation project here.

Feel free to contact P.E.R.R.O. (Pilsen Environmental Rights Reformation Organization) at rose@pilsenperro.org with questions.

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Residential areas. Courtesy U.S. EPA

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