The Clearview Landfill is part of the Lower Darby Creek Area Superfund Site. CERLCA Removal Actions focused on residential soils with PAH contamination exceeding removal action levels as well as residential use areas within the historical footprint of the Landfill. Remedial actions address the remaining contaminates (Cadmium, Copper, Lead, Zinc) as well as waste, soil, and leachate contamination in and around the Landfill, which encompasses approximately 50 acres, and is surrounded by floodplains, designated wetlands, and Eastwick City Park. ER was tasked with excavating hazardous waste-contaminated soils, from residential, public, and the Landfill properties; disposing of TSCA waste off-site; disposing of the RCRA waste within the Landfill boundary; and installing an Evapotranspiration cover/cap across the Landfill. Additional tasks included site-wide erosion and sedimentation controls, consistent with Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, to prevent/reduce the impacts to both adjacent Darby and Cobbs Creeks. ER installed stormwater control sewers and extended existing monitoring wells to meet final Landfill grade.