The site of a former Gas Manufacturing plant in Lexington is set for cleanup.  Click to hear KMZU’s Mike Stone speak with EPA spokesperson Chris Whitley:

Chris Whitley

The city, EPA, and Kansas City Power and Light held a public meeting earlier this month.  “The contaminants that have been detected at the site include a number of different hydrocarbon compounds, along with arsenic, lead, and benzine,” said Whitley, “We have surface soil samples and sub-surface soil samples that indicate those presence.”  Cleanup is the responsibility of Kansas City Power and Light.