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    Initial $20M cleanup of former McLouth Steel site is complete

    An initial, $20 million cleanup of the southern portion of the vast former McLouth Steel site in Trenton has been completed by the property’s owners, the family of late transportation magnate Manuel “Matty” Moroun, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced.

    The years-long cleanup process at the long-standing, chronically problematic brownfield site off Jefferson Avenue in Trenton was the result of a settlement agreement between the EPA; the U.S. Department of Justice; the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, and MSC Land Co. LLC, one of the Moroun family’s group of companies that’s listed as the McLouth site’s owner.

    “Most folks never thought they would see the day where the buildings would come down and ground cleaned up of the toxic waste on the property,” Trenton Mayor Steven Rzeppa said in a statement.

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