CBS DFW is reporting that postal officials say cleanup of a mercury spill at the North Texas Processing and Distribution Center in Coppell is complete and normal mail delivery has resumed.
Four gallons of mercury spilled at the processing center and mail was diverted to other processing plants across North Texas. Thousands of postal customers were left receiving no mail at all or getting letters and parcels days late.
In a press release statement Monday the USPS said –
“We apologize to customers who may have experienced temporary service issues and assure them that we continue to make progress every day toward restoring normal operations.”
Officials said daily operations at the Coppell center resumed today.