EPA Discusses West Lake Clean UpRepresentatives from the Environment Protection Agency met with residents near the West Lake Landfill last night regarding clean up efforts to the contaminated area.
Community Concerned About Toxic Materials From Historic MansionResidents and community leaders gathered to call for such tests Saturday, fearing the historic building contained toxic materials.
DNR Finds Radiation in Stormwater Outside West Lake LandfillThe tests found alpha particles higher than what's allowed under federal health guidelines for drinking water.
Documentary Debuts on West Lake LandfillThe West Lake Landfill Moms group heads to D.C. this weekend for the debut of a documentary on the burning landfill, and a meeting with the EPA on Monday.
Supporters Hope Plan Will Lead to West Lake CleanupA similar bill passed the Senate in 2016, but stalled in a House committee.
EPA: No Contamination in Homes Near Bridgeton Landfill"... our evaluation of the data shows no Manhattan Project waste was found in the homes sampled in Spanish Village.''
Protesters Chained to Barrels Block Entrances to West Lake Landfill"We feel this is the only way possible to get attention," says Maria Fonseca, one of those protesting.
Bad News for Bridgeton Residents as Trump Orders EPA to Freeze Contracts, GrantsThe Trump Administration orders the EPA to freeze all new contracts and grants, and that has a local Moms group near the burning Bridgeton landfill worried.
Radioactively Contaminated Homes Would Be Bought Out Under New BillAnyone whose home in St. Louis County that is, or has been, contaminated with radioactive material processed during the Manhattan Project, would have their home purchased.
Neighborhood Activist Claims Conflict of Interest in EPA TestingThe EPA says it's testing a select number of homes for alpha, beta and gamma radiation.
Stenger Calls EPA's Work on West Lake Landfill a 'National Disgrace'Stenger explained his reaction live on KMOX's Total Information AM, Friday.
EPA to Test Home Near Landfill for Radioactive ContaminationLast week, Bridgeton residents Michael and Robbin Dailey filed suit against Republic Services and other companies, claiming sampling conducted at their home found high levels of radioactive material.