The Raymark Industries Site is located in an urban/industrial area of Stratford, Connecticut. Raymark Industries was a manufacturer of friction materials containing asbestos and non- asbestos materials, metals, phenol-formaldehyde resins, and various adhesives. The Site once covered approximately 33 acres; additional remote disposal areas in Stratford comprised more than 100 acres. Contamination associated with the Site was identified at the Raymark facility, at numerous distinct locations throughout the Town of Stratford, where waste sludge from onsite settling lagoons was disposed, and in surface waters that receive runoff from the former facility or the disposal sites. The contaminants of primary concern to natural resources include lead, copper, zinc, polychlorinated biphenyls, and dioxins. Habitats injured by the contamination at the Raymark Industries Site include tidal marshes and inter-tidal and sub-tidal surface waters.