From the meeting minutes (http://www.oshawa.ca/agendas/Development_Services/2014/05-05/2014-05-05-DSC-Minutes-08.pdf):
Highlights from the public report, dated April 30, 2014:
The report is provided pursuant to previous requests by the Development Services Committee and Council to be kept aware of information received from M.O.E. in respect to the l.D.O.L. site.
A copy of the actual lab results from the M.O.E.'s testing are available in the Planning Services Branch in City Hall (Contact: Suzanne Elston).
The report is available: http://www.oshawa.ca/agendas/development_services/2014/05-05/DS-14-88-IDOL-Update.pdf
These monitoring results were mentioned in Oshawa Express' City in Brief on May 28:
All’s well at former landfill
The Ontario Ministry of the Environment says there is no “impact on the groundwater” at the former Industrial Disposal Oshawa Landfill (IDOL) site.
The levels of volatile organic compounds, heavy metals and poly aromatic hydrocarbon levels were found to be negligible by testing done by the ministry in November 2013.
Oshawa’s Development Services Committee received the update at its May 5 meeting.
The former landfill is located east of Grandview Street North and south of Corbett’s Road. A dog park lies to the northeast.
The site was a commercial sand and gravel pit before it was turned into a landfill in 1957. It was formally closed in 1985.
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