PUBLIC ACCESS TO INFORMATION
More detailed information about groundwater, septic and final soil remediation can be found by clicking on the video link on this website [click on the tab to the right].
We encourage anyone seeking additional information to review historical project documents available on the websites of the USEPA, EPA RCRA ID: MA D001190644/USEPA the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection or the Massachusetts DPH.
BASF has also established a digital repository at the Plainville Public Library to supplement certain information not available on the USEPA on-line electronic website.
BASF IS COMMITTED TO A TRANSPARENT, TWO-WAY DIALOGUE WITH THE PLAINVILLE COMMUNITY.
In October 2015, BASF hosted public information workshops so the general public and elected officials could learn of site conditions and cleanup plans and provide input.
BASF representatives have been meeting with the Board of Selectmen approximately every six months to keep the Town leadership apprised of the ongoing work at the facility. We have maintained contact with the Town’s Board of Health and Conservation Committee as well as the Natural Resource Trust of Plainville.
Residents are welcome to submit questions through this website’s contact page. BASF will continue to notify Town officials, local government agencies/departments, community groups and specific individuals about actions or circumstances that may potentially impact them or the community.