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Lowe's stalled by nearby waste

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Contamination near the Freemans Bridge Road site where Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse plans a new facility is resulting in one more modification to the long-delayed project. The Planning and Zoning Commission last October approved Lowe’s plan to build a 171,000-square-foot facility on a nearly 20-acre parcel across Dutch Meadow Lane from Wal-Mart. However, construction has not started. Project officials recently discovered a pipe near the site that is discharging water contaminated with PCE — perchloroethylene ...

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