Refineries and stations included in proposed $225 million Exxon settlement

Markets Associated Press

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has posted the details of its proposed $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil over pollution in Linden and Bayonne.

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The proposal also includes proposed resolutions for contaminants at 16 services stations across the state in addition to the two northern New Jersey refineries.

Here are the names and addresses of the two refineries and 16 stations mentioned in the report.

— Former Exxon Mobil facility at 250 E. 22nd St., Bayonne.

— Former Exxon Mobil facility at 1400 Park Ave., Linden.

— Atlantic City Terminal at 2141 Absecon Blvd., Atlantic City.

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— Atlantic City Terminal at New Jersey and Magellan Aves., Atlantic City.

— Edison Research Lab at 2195 Route 27, Edison.

— Edison Synthetics Plant at 2195 Route 27, Edison.

— Flemington Terminal at Routes 202 and 31, Flemington.

— Florham Park facility at 180 Park Ave., Florham Park.

— Trenton Terminal at 2785 Lamberton Road, Hamilton.

— Linden Technical Center at 1900 E. Linden Ave., Linden.

— Linden Terminal at 3700 S. Wood Ave., Linden.

— Long Branch Terminal at 160 West End Ave., Long Branch.

— Morristown Municipal Airport Fuel Farm at 8 Airport Rd., Morristown.

— Paulsboro Terminal at 800 Billingsport Road, Paulsboro.

— Paulsboro Lube Plant at 1001 Billingsport Road, Paulsboro.

— Former Tomah Facility at 32 Pennsgrove-Pedricktown Road, Pedricktown.

— Pennington Facility at 311 Pennington-Rocky Hill Road, Pennington.

— Teterboro Airport Fuel Farm on Malcolm Ave., Teterboro.

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