ST. THOMAS — The Environmental Protection Agency is conducting a scheduled five-year review of cleanup efforts at the Tutu Wells Superfund site, where groundwater contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals has been sitting under Anna’s Retreat for decades.

The site consists of a plume of contaminated groundwater covering 108 acres in Anna’s Retreat that became contaminated by decades of nearby business activities, including from O’Henry’s Dry Cleaners, a Texaco service station, an Esso service station and earlier operations, according to information from the EPA.

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