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Eagle Picher Community Meeting -

The New Mexico Environment Department and the Environmental Protection Agency invite you to a community meeting regarding the Eagle Picher Carefree Batteries Superfund Site in Socorro, New Mexico.  At this informal meeting, representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 and the New Mexico Environment Department will update the public onthe Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study, field activities, and answer questions.

The meeting will be held:

Thursday, November 15, 2012, 6:00 pm – 7:30 PM
Socorro City Hall
111 School of Mines Road Socorro, NM

This meeting is being held in a fully accessible facility.  Should you have questions about this facility's compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Sabino Rivera at505-827-0387.  If you have specific site- related questions, please contact Sabino Rivera, New Mexico Environment Department at 505-827-0387 or Sai Appaji,  U.S. EPA Region 6 RemedialProject Manager at 214-665-3126.

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