The Bible states that we have all sinned; and because of sin we’ve hurt ourselves, others, and have been hurt by other people.We’ve all heard that “time heals all wounds,” but this simply is not true, time only extends the pain if left untreated."This settlement is a result of a cooperative effort by federal and state trustees." The settlement will resolve claims under the Comprehensive Environmental Response and Compensation Act, also known as the Superfund law, the Clean Water Act and the Pennsylvania Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act, under which federal and state trustees of natural resources are authorized to seek compensation for damages to resources that are injured by releases of hazardous substances.The Palmerton Zinc Pile Superfund Site consists of a broad area impacted by emissions of contaminants from historic zinc smelting operations and more recent zinc-recovery operations at a plant site located twenty-five miles north of Allentown, Pa., in Palmerton, Pa.We view the relationship between counselor and client as a partnership, working together to set realistic and achievable goals to help you overcome your most complex personal hardships in a comfortable and confidential setting.""VITA Counseling Partners is an outpatient, private practice committed to providing a broad range of effective, client-centered and solution-focused evaluation and treatment services for managing issues of everyday life for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
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WASHINGTON—Five companies have agreed to compensate the United States and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania nearly .4 million in cash and valuable property to address natural resource damages resulting from decades of zinc smelting operations at the Palmerton Zinc Pile Superfund site in northeast Pennsylvania, the Justice Department and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania announced today.
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