MANCHESTER, NH – Londonderry town officials are raising concerns over alleged dumping violations on public land by Brady Sullivan Properties, according to a story posted April 28 by the Eagle-Tribune.
Officials there only learned this week about the dumping allegations, although the Department of Environmental Services (DES) cited Brady-Sullivan in January for dumping potentially harmful waste on an unused tract on Roundstone Drive, a former gravel pit, according to the story.
Although any threat to public health was described as “minimal,” Londonderry officials say it is the long-term effects of possible leaching from the contaminated waste into the town’s aquifer.
Brady Sullivan Properties is also being investigated by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and the federal Environmental Protection Agency for dumping asbestos-laden construction waste in Lawrence, Mass.
According to their website, Brady Sullivan is the state’s leading developer in New Hampshire, specializing in “developing, constructing and converting condominiums and homes throughout New England,” with licensed brokers in New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Florida.
You can read the full story here.
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