The Lower Willamette Group (LWG) is composed of the ten parties who signed agreements with EPA to conduct the remedial investigation and feasibility study of the Site and four other parties who have contributed financially to the project. The LWG is a small subset of potentially responsible parties identified by EPA. The members of the LWG are:
Arkema Inc. Bayer CropScience, Inc. BNSF Railway Company Chevron U.S.A., Inc. City of Portland EVRAZ Gunderson LLC Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals NW Natural Phillips 66 Company Port of Portland Siltronic Corporation TOC Holdings Co. Union Pacific Railroad Company
Willamette Cove is on river right, just downstream of the McCormick & Baxter Superfund site and the railroad bridge. Purchased as part of the Metro Greenspace program, the cove area consists of approximately 20 acres of beach and uplands. The upland area is contaminated with reatively low-grade petroleum-based products, and the beach has been treated as part of the adjacent McCormick & Baxter cleanup.
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More than 100 years of industry on the Willamette River left toxic contaminants in the soil and river sediment downstream from downtown Portland. Extensive testing has found 29 different toxic compounds at levels that pose a risk to human health and 89 compounds that pose a risk to ecological health.
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