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The USA and Maine demand that Allen Greig & Perry, Amoco Union and dozens of other pay for the cost of cleaning up the West Site/Hows Corner Superfund Site in Plymouth, Maine, in separate complaints in Bangor Federal Court.

Here are the defendants in the Maine Superfund complaint: Allen Greig & Perry, Amoco Union, Bangor Tire Co., City of Bangor, Baxter State Park, Bean & Conquest, Berry's Exxon, B Gas, Bangor Hydro-Electric Co., Brake Service & Parts, City of Brewer, CB Kenworth, City of Caribou, Central Maine Power Co., Chadwick-Baross, Cianbro Corp., Cold Brook Saab, Cowan's Service Station, CYR Bus Lines, D&F, Darlings, Dead River Co., Diamond International Corp., Town of Dover-Foxcroft, Down East Toyota, Eastern Maine Community College, Town of Farmington, Fru-Con Construction Corp., Gerald Pelletier Inc., Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Gray's Exxon, GE Goding & Son, General Electric Co., HA Hersey Inc., HC Haynes Inc., HO Bouchard Inc., Harmon's Texaco, Harold Macquinn Inc., Harry's Auto Sales, Hews Equipment, Highliner Foods, Hight Chevrolet Buick, Houlton Town of Maine, Hurricane Island Outward Bound, Husson University, International Paper Co., and Interstate Uniform Services.

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