The United States Environmental Protection Agency has set a cleanup plan for the South Minneapolis Residential Soil Contamination Superfund site, which is contaminated with varying levels of arsenic from the former CMC Heartland company that produced and distributed pesticides and herbicides at the epicenter of the 1,480-acre area between 1938 and 1963.The pollution was discovered in 2004. By the end of this year, the EPA will have cleaned up almost 200 properties.
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