The Four Corners Water and Sewer Project encompasses an approximately acre area surrounding and extending north and west of the intersection of Routes and 44 in northern Mansfield, which serves as the northern gateway to Mansfield and the University of Connecticut. This area has ground water contamination that has been monitored by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection DEEP for many years caused by a number of different leaks from gasoline stations as well as from failing septic systems. While these leaks have been addressed, there is a continuing need to provide adequate, clean drinking water and safe sewage disposal to this area that is limited by environmental constraints including a high groundwater table, inland wetlands and soils unsuitable for long-term use of on-site septic disposal systems.
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