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Superfund Site

NEWARK - The United States sued 59 companies for the cost of cleaning up the Scientific Chemical Processing Superfund Site in Carlstadt, N.J.; click headline to see the defendants.

Here are the defendants in the Superfund lawsuit: Air Products and Chemicals Inc.; Akzo Nobel Coatings Inc.; Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc.; Arkema Inc.; Ashland Inc.; Avantor Performance Materials Inc.; Avery Dennison Corporation; BASF Corporation; Benjamin Moore & Co.; Ber Mar Manufacturing Corp.; Bristol-Myers Squibb Company; Browning-Ferris Industries of New Jersey Inc.; CBS Corporation; Chemcoat Inc.; CNA Holdings LLC; Continental Holdings Inc.; Cycle Chem Inc.; Cytec Industries Inc.; Dri-Print Foils Inc.; E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company; Exxon Mobil Corporation; ExxonMobil Oil Corporation; General Electric Company; GlaxoSmithKline LLC; Goodrich Corporation; HCR ManorCare Inc.; Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.; Honeywell International Inc.; John T. Armitage & Co.; Johnson & Johnson; Kirker Enterprises Inc.; L.E. Carpenter & Company; LANXESS Corporation; Mack Trucks Inc.; Merck & Co. Inc.; Momentive Specialty Chemicals Inc.; Nepera Inc.; New England Laminates Co. Inc.; Northrup Grumman Systems Corporation; Occidental Chemical Corporation; Pan Technology Inc.; Permacel; Pfizer Inc.; Pharmacia LLC; Revlon Consumer Products Corporation; Rohm and Haas Company; Seagrave Coatings Corp. (NJ); SI Group Inc.; Siegfried (USA) Inc.; Simon Wrecking Company Inc.; Simon Resources Inc.; Mid-State Trading Co.; The Dow Chemical Company; The Warner Lambert Co. LLC; 3M Company; Trane U.S. Inc.; Union Carbide Corporation; United Technologies Corporation; and Veolia ES Technical Solutions LLC.

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