New Hampshire

Environmental Cleanup, Kingston

The Environmental Protection Agency provided a grant for the cleanup of a superfund site in Kingston, NH. The 58-acre Ottati and Goss/Great Lakes Container Corp., site is a former steel drum recycling and reconditioning facility. EPA added the site to the National Priorities List in 1983. EPA is using the approximately $2 million in Recovery Act funds allocated to this site to support the ongoing implementation of the ground water remediation strategy, in situ chemical oxidation. The funds were sufficient to fund the second of three planned injection rounds and the site’s ongoing environmental monitoring.

New Hampshire's Numbers
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Number of jobs created or saved by the Recovery Act:


Recover Act funds made available to support jobs:

$1.4 billion

Recovery Act funds that have already been spent:

$828.3 million

Number of working families receiving tax relief that can be put to use immediately:


Number of Recovery Act-backed small business loans :


Miles of highway improved across the state:


Number of clean energy projects :


Number of homes that will be weatherized :


Number of students getting Pell Grants to help pay college tuition:


Number of education jobs funded by the Recovery Act:



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