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 In coordination with the town and EPA, WKA designed and implemented an ecological restoration for this EPA Brownfield remediation site.  The project involved removing approximately 8,000 tons of contaminated soil and debris from the old mill site and creating new meadow and forest habitat, restoring emergent wetland habitat, and preserving the stone foundations of the former historic mill buildings.  Several years following the completion of the project, botanists from the Connecticut Botanical Society toured the successfully restored habitat at the property and found an abundance and diversity of native vegetation within the successfully created and restored habitat.