KRCC was formed in the spring of 2007, as an ad hoc grassroots citizen action group, to oppose EPA-approved plan to dump PCB contaminated river sediments into the former Allied Paper site in a residential neighborhood of Kalamazoo.


Educate the public regarding the PCB cleanup of the Allied Paper Inc. / Portage Creek / Kalamazoo River superfund site.

Company Overview

501 c 3, charitable nonprofit organization.
420 E. Alcott St.
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
(269) 382-0490 x271

Latest News

Earlier today, US Congressman Fred Upton visited the Allied site in Kalamazoo, along with local elected officials and representative from the EPA. WMU students […] Read More
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering multiple options for cleaning the site along the Kalamazoo River of polychlorinated biphenyls. Those options include […] Read More
Educational and informational displays, speakers, and demonstrations will be available to help you better understand and appreciate the land, water, and human resources […] Read More

Yard Signs!

Yard signs now available at Goodwill, 420 E. Alcott, or email or call 382-0490, ext 271 M-F 10am - 5pm. M-F. CONTACT US

Portage Creek TCRA

$16 M Portage Creek cleanup completed ahead of schedule and under budget. Contact EPA Community Involvement Coordinator: Patti Krause


PCB Superfund Site

For more information on the Allied Paper Inc. / Portage Creek / Kalamazoo River superfund site...