Public Availability Website
Former Bethlehem Steel Site Clean-Up. Lackawanna, NY

Meet the NYSDEC, NYSDOH, Tecumseh Redevelopment Incorporated, and consulting teams!
ASK YOUR QUESTIONS and engage with the experts involved in the investigation and remedial work.

Tuesday May 18th, 6pm-8pm

Live Online Webex Presentation: Click here to register
For details on the use of Webex, Click here for instructions
If you can only access via phone: Call toll-free 1-833-752-1090 with access code 187 896 2326 to call into the meeting

The public is invited to attend this Webex event to hear from NYSDEC and NYSDOH about the site and proposed remedies,
and to engage with project experts to get answers to your questions or more detailed information.
Feel free to send up front to the team any questions you would like addressed via the Project Hotline and Online Form

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is committed to a careful and thorough cleanup of the Bethlehem Steel Site and surrounding impacted properties while keeping the community informed of our actions. Our top priority is ensuring that community members do not come into contact with any site-related contamination. DEC and the New York State Department of Health (DOH) are coordinating closely with Tecumseh Redevelopment Incorporated to facilitate information and limit any disruption in the community.

Connect with DEC - We need your input!

This public availability webpage provides additional information about the site and planned investigations and remedial actions, as well as provides materials and information on public availability events.

Further details and information is provided on the NYSDEC site website:

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic in person meetings are only held upon request. In order to request a one-on-one meeting, please access our Hotline Request/Comment Form HERE.

As with previous in person availability sessions the agencies make themselves available to answer your questions, concerns and interest in the ongoing environmental activities at the Site. Project experts from DEC and DOH will be available to provide detailed information on the plans for investigation and remedial activities including areas in the surrounding community. We look forward to addressing your questions and concerns.

If you are unable to attend, have any additional questions, or your interest is of a private / health concern, you are encouraged to contact the project team through the new Project Hotline.


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