EPA Begins Cleanup of Former Ozark Circuits | Print |  E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Thursday, 22 August 2013 13:18

SPRINGFIELD, MO -- Cleanup of toxic materials left in the wake of the 2011 bankruptcy of Ozark Circuits has begun, according to published reports.

The US EPA is coordinating the remediation and removal of some 3,000 gallons of plating and other waste chemistries. The cleanup of the former printed circuit board fabrication site is expected to take about two months.

Rati Patel, the former owner, filed for bankruptcy in 2011.

 

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