The Lang Property site is a 40-acre parcel of land in a sparsely populated rural area of Pemberton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. The site is flat, an unpaved access road leads to a 4-acre clearing. Unauthorized disposal of hazardous wastes appears to have occurred over a 2-acre area within the clearing. Abandoned vehicles, tires and other debris are scattered throughout the site. The site is located within New Jersey's Pinelands National Reserve, a forest expanse nationally recognized as a valuable environmental resource, and is within the 100-year floodplain. In June 1975, 1200-1500 drums of unidentified chemical waste were discovered. In 1976, owners of the property were ordered by the state to remove all drums and contaminated soil. The main contaminants of concern are VOCs and metals, which have contaminated soils, sediments, ground water, and surface water on site. The remedial action includes excavation of contaminated soils and waste material with offsite disposal, extraction and onsite treatment of contaminated ground water, restoration of the excavated area by filling and grading, installation of a security fence and monitoring to ensure remedy effectiveness. Estimated capital costs for the remedy are $2,322,000 with annual O&M costs of $612,000.