Who is the CPG?

The Lower Passaic River Study Area Cooperating Parties Group (CPG) comprises 51 entities working together to bring about a cleaner Passaic River within the 17-mile study area.

CPG member companies include:

  1. Arkema Inc.
  2. Atlantic Richfield Company
  3. BASF Corporation, on its own behalf and on behalf of BASF Catalysts LLC
  4. Belleville Industrial Center
  5. Chevron Environmental Management Company, for itself and on behalf of Texaco, Inc. and TRMI –H LLC
  6. Coats & Clark, Inc.
  7. Conopco, Inc. d/b/a Unilever (as successor to CPC/Bestfoods, former parent of the Penick Corporation (facility located at 540 New York Avenue, Lyndhurst, NJ))
  8. Cooper Industries LLC
  9. DII Industries, LLC
  10. DiLorenzo Properties Company on behalf of itself and the Goldman /Goldman/DiLorenzo Properties Partnerships
  11. E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company
  12. Elan Chemical Company
  13. EnPro Industries, Inc. (f/k/a Coltec Industries, Inc.)
  14. EPEC Polymers, Inc. on behalf of itself and EPEC Oil Company Liquidating Trust
  15. Essex Chemical Corporation
  16. Essex County Improvement Authority
  17. Flexon Industries Corp.
  18. Franklin-Burlington Plastics, Inc.
  19. Garfield Molding Co., Inc.
  20. Goodrich Corporation on behalf of itself and Kalama Specialty Chemicals, Inc.
  21. Hess Corporation, on its own behalf and on behalf of Atlantic Richfield Company
  22. Hexcel Corporation
  23. Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. on its own behalf, and on behalf of its affiliate Roche Diagnostics
  24. Honeywell International Inc.
  25. Kao USA Inc.
  26. Leemilt’s Petroleum, Inc. (successor to Power Test of New Jersey, Inc.), on its behalf and on behalf of Power Test Realty Company Limited Partnership and Getty Properties Corp., the General Partner of Power Test Realty Company Limited Partnership
  27. Legacy Vulcan Corp.
  28. Linde LLC on behalf of The BOC Group Inc.
  29. Lucent Technologies Inc. now known as Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc.
  30. Newell Rubbermaid Inc., on behalf of itself and its wholly-owned subsidiaries Goody Products, Inc. and Berol Corporation (as successor by merger to Faber-Castell Corporation)
  31. Novelis Corporation (f/k/a Alcan Aluminum Corporation)
  32. Otis Elevator Company
  33. Pfizer, Inc.
  34. Pharmacia Corporation (f/k/a Monsanto Company)
  35. PPG Industries, Inc.
  36. Public Service Electric and Gas Company
  37. Purdue Pharma Technologies, Inc.
  38. Quality Carriers, Inc. as successor to Chemical Leaman Tank Lines, Inc. and Quality Carriers, Inc.’s corporate affiliates and parents
  39. Revere Smelting and Refining Corporation
  40. Safety-Kleen Envirosystems Company by McKesson, and McKesson Corporation for itself
  41. STWB Inc.
  42. Sun Chemical Corporation
  43. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. (f/k/a Biocraft Laboratories, Inc.)
  44. Textron Inc.
  45. The Hartz Consumer Group, Inc., on behalf of The Hartz Mountain Corporation
  46. The Newark Group
  47. The Sherwin-Williams Company
  48. Twenty-First Century Fox America (successor to Chris-Craft Industries)
  49. Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
  50. Tiffany and Company
  51. Wyeth, on behalf of Shulton, Inc.