EPA cleanup to begin after 2014 factory fire

EPA crews on Monday began cleaning up the site of a massive blaze that happened more than a year ago.

Bridgeport officials say EPA crews will start the process of cleaning up on Seaview Avenue.

Bridgeport officials say EPA crews will start the process of cleaning up on Seaview Avenue. (10/19/15)

BRIDGEPORT - EPA crews on Monday began cleaning up the site of a massive blaze that happened more than a year ago.

As News 12 reported, the fire broke out at an old perfume factory on Seaview Avenue in September 2014.

Officials told News 12 that the cleanup was made possible due a $4.2 million federal grant.

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