Is that what this article is saying?
Brownfield remediation plan under study at Watchtower Farms property
SHAWANGUNK – Three parcels of land in the Town of Shawangunk totaling just under seven acres are being studied for possible brownfields remediation. The parcels, owned by Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc., are part of over 1,100 acres.
The investigation is estimated to take about 20 weeks to complete under the supervision of the state departments of Environmental Conservation and Health. According to the DEC, in the past, some of the areas of the land were reportedly used to deposit soil, construction debris, and other materials.
It is also reportedly a site where 55 gallon drums of materials containing chemicals thought to have been used in the printing industry, including a petroleum hydrocarbon distillate, were deposited in predominantly clay soil. In one of the three parcels, there is a potentially contaminated soil from the spills of printing wastes or raw materials on the ground and aerated using farm machinery, the DEC said.
Prior to the 1960s, the land was used for farming and orchards.
The cleanup plan will include an evaluation of the proposed site remedy, or recommend a no-action or no-further-action alternative. The goal of the plan is to ensure the protection of public health and the environment.
I had to lookup what brownfields are... it's an EPA term for properties that have contamination.