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Superfund Success Stories in Minnesota

New Brighton, Minnesota

Before: A 68-acre wood preserving and wooden pole treating facility that operated at the MacGillis & Gibbs Co./Bell Lumber & Pole Co. Superfund site (PDF) (2 pp, 267K).

After: 26 acres of the 68-acre site are in reuse as Brighton Corporate Park III, which is home to several commercial, manufacturing, and retail businesses.

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In Reuse

Boise Cascade / Medtronics, Inc. (Fridley)

FMC Corp - AMA Reuse (Fridley)

General Mills-Henkel Corporation (Minneapolis)

Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Company (Brooklyn Center)

Koppers Coke (St. Paul)

MacGillis & Gibbs Co./Bell Lumber & Pole Co. (New Brighton)

National Lead/Taracorp/Golden Auto (St. Louis Park)

Reilly Tar & Chemical Corporation - St. Louis Park Plant (St. Louis Park)

Union Scrap Iron and Metal Company (Minneapolis)

Waite Park Wells (Waite Park)

In Continued Use

Fridley Commons Park (Fridley)

Koch Refining Co. (Rosemount)

Kurt Manufacturing (Fridley)

Pine Bend Sanitary Landfill (Inver Grove Heights,)

Whittaker Corporation (Minneapolis)

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