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ADDITIONAL AND SEPARATE VIEWS BY THE

SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND
INVESTIGATIONS OF THE

COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND
FOREIGN COMMERCE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
HARLEY 0. STAGGERS, West Virginia, Chairman
JOIN D. DINGELL, Michigan JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina
LIONEL VAN DEERLIN, California SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio JOHN M. MURPHY, New York TIM LEE CARTER. Kentucky
DAVID E. SATTERFIELD III, Virginia CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio BOB ECKHARDT, Texas JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas
RICHARDSON PREYER, North Carolina NORMAN F. LENT, New York JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York EDWARD R. MADIGAN, Illinois
RICHARD L. OTTINGER, New York CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California
HENRY A. WAXMAN, California MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey
TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Colorado DAVE STOCKMAN, Michigan
PHILIP R. SHARP, Indiana MARC L. MARKS, Pennsylvania
JAMES J. FLORIO, New Jersey TOM CORCORAN, Illinois
ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT, Connecticut GARY A. LEE, New York JIM SANTINI, Nevada TOM LOEFFLER, Texas
ANDREW MAGUIRE, New Jersey WILLIAM E. DANNEMEYER, California
MARTY RUSSO, Illinois
EDWARD J. MARKEY, Massachusetts THOMAS A. LUKEN, Ohio
DOUG WALGREN, Pennsylvania ALBERT GORE, JR., Tennessee BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, Maryland RONALD M. MOTTL, Ohio
PHIL GRAMM, Texas
AL SWIFT, Washington
MICKEY LELAND, Texas
RICHARD C. SHELBY, Alabama
KENNETH J. PAINTER, Acting Chief Clerk and Staff Director ELEANOR A. DINKINS, Assistant Clerk



SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS
BOB ECKHARDT, Texas, Chairman
JIM SANTINI, Nevada NORMAN F. LENT, New York
ALBERT GORE, JR., Tennessee MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey
PHILIP R. SHARP, Indiana MARC L. MARKS, Pennsylvania
ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT, Connecticut TOM CORCORAN. Illinois ANDREW MAGUIRE, New Jersey WILLIA'M E. DANNEMEYER, California
MARTY RUSSO, Illinois JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina
DOUG WALGREN, Pennsylvania (Ex Officio)
RONALD M. MOTTL, Ohio
MICKEY LELAND, Texas
rIIOTIIY E. \VIRTH, Colorado If.A RLEY 0. STAGGERS, West Virginia
(Ex Officio)
MARK J. RAABE, Staff Director/Chief Counsel BEN SMETHURST, 'Spccial Assistant LESTER BROWN, Special Assistant H. CLAIRE VHITNEY, Minority Staff A88istant
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

October 15, 1979





Honorable Harley 0. Staggers
Chairman
Committee on Interstate and Foreign
Commerce
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Mr. Chairman:

The attached report of the Subcommittee on Oversight and
Investigations sets forth the results, findings, conclusions and recommendations relating to the Subcommittee's survey of process waste disposal practices of the 53 largest domestic chemical companies. This survey was conducted in conjunction with the Subcommittee's year-long investigation of disposal problems, the results of which are contained in the Subcommittee's recently released report entitled, "Hazardous Waste Disposal".

During the course of the Subcommittee's investigation, it
became clear that millions of tons of toxic wastes are disposed in an environmentally unsound manner, resulting in "ticking time bombs" which pose hazards to public health and the environment. Facing a paucity of information on the location and content of sites containing hazardous wastes, the Subcommittee conducted its own limited survey--the first national study of waste disposal sites--to begin to determine in a systematic manner, the number, nature and location of all waste disposal sites across the country. The largest chemical manufacturers were selected for the survey, not to single that industry out, but rather, because the chemical industry as a whole produces some of the most toxic wastes, even though by volume it is not the single largest generator of hazardous wastes each year.

The survey reveals that since 1950 the 53 companies, operating 1605 facilities, dumped wastes at 3,383 sites. Although only 34 percent of the sites were owned by the companies, 94 percent of the wastes were dumped in on-site facilities. During this thirty year period, the 53 generators produced 762 million tons of chemical process wastes of which 100 million tons went to sites which are now closed. In 1978 alone, 66 million tons were generated. The survey does not reveal what percentage of these wastes is hazardous.






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A directory of waste disposal sites identified in the survey, including descriptive data on each site, appears in the Appendix. It is noted these sites represent 0 nl N' those locations used for disposal of chemical process wastes by the 1,605 plant facilities of the S3 participating companies. The directory does not include waste disposal sites in the United States which have been used over the years by other chemical companies and other, far larger waste-geneTating industrial groups.

While the directory sets forth the amount (by weight) of reported waste dumped in each company-owned site (94% of reported waste), such data is not being included for the off-site disposal facilities which are privately and municipally owned (67% of reported sites), since those sites could very well include waste produced by other generators. In this connection, it should be noted that the relatively small amount of waste reported in the survey going to these private or municipal sites, utilized over 2,200 sites or approximately two-thirds of those identified in the survey.

I should further emphasize that these are waste disposal sites, not necessarily hazardous waste disposal sites. Not all reported waste would necessarily proUue a hazardous site. Moreover, neither the exact quantity of any particular chemical component in the waste disposed nor the condition of the site itself is known. Thus, these sites do not necessarily pose threats to public -health or the environment.

The survey results clearly demonstrate the need for a national
accounting of on-and off-site as well as of active and inactive waste disposal sites. Since the Environmental Protection Agency has not conducted such a survey, the Subcommittee includes in its recommendations, that the Agency undertake, in conjunction with the states, a comprehensive national inventory of disposal sites utilized by principal waste-producing industry groups.

In closing, I wish to express special appreciation to
Dr. Anne Harris Cohn, who as a Congressional Science Fellow in the office of Subcommittee Member Albert Gore, Jr., played the key role in designing and executing the survey. I would also like to thank Hillel Sukenik and Frank Kopel, and their staff at House Information Systems, for their enormous effort in computerizing the survey information; and, Geraldine M. Carr, Congressional Research Service, for her technical assistance; and, the Subcommittee staff for the long hours involved in processing the information. Last, but certainly not least, the cooperation of the S3 participating companies and iheir 1,60S plant facilities, as well as the assistance of the Chemical Manufacturers Association, Inc., is very much appreciated.

Sincerely,



Bob Eckhardt
Chairman
Subcommittee on
OversiRlit and Investigations








PREFACE
Waste is a by-product of most chemical production. Some wastes are hazardous. Others are not. All must be disposed of. The methods of disposal dictate which hazardous wastes may pose threats to the public health or the environment. This report is an initial step in the assessment of potential dangers that may exist because of past or present hazardous waste disposal practices. The data contained in this report are summarized from responses provided voluntarily by the 53 largest domestic chemical companies to a request by the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee. It is intended to serve as a basis for subsequent surveys and investigations to determine more precisely the extent and nature of public health and environmental hazards that have been or are being created by the improper disposal of hazardous wastes.
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WASTE DISPOSAL SITE SURVEY
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Preface__-- v
I. Introduction --------------------------------------------------IX
A. Overview--Ix B. Findings and Conclusions--x C. Recommendations -------------------------------------- xi
II. Background--X-i III. Limitations --------------------------------------------------xiii
IV. Survey Results -----------------------------------------------XIV
A. The Facilities ------------------------------------------xiv
B. Waste Generation and Disposal in 1978 xvi
C. The Sites ----------------------------------------------xiX
D. Number of Disposal Sites Used by Facility- xxii
E. Closed Sites--xxiii F. On-Site Disposal-xxiv G. Wastes Going to Unknown Locations- xxv
V. Release of Specific Disposal Site Information---------------------xxvii
APPENDIXES
A. Methodology--XXiX B. Listing of Participating Companies -----------------------xxx
C. Letter Inviting Companies To Participate in Survey --------xxxi D. Instructions and Questionnaire Forms- x xxiii
E. Waste Disposal Site Directory-XLIV (VIi)











I. INTRODUCTON

A. OVERVIEW

The hazardous waste disposal problem may well be the single most significant environmental health issue of this decade. Millions of tons of toxic wastes are disposed of each year in an environmentally unsound manner resulting in what have been aptly labeled "ticking time bombs" which pose imminent and untold hazards to man and the environment.
In October of 19 78, the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, prompted by increasing hazardous waste disposal problems including events at Love Canal in Niagara Falls, New York. began an extensive investigation into the matter. The Subcommittee was interested in the magnitude of the problem and the adequacy of existing legislation to cope with it. In addition, the Subcommittee wanted to assess the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) progress in implementing a 1976 Congressional law-the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) '-which provided EPA with the authority to regulate hazardous waste disposal, and to determine if RCIRA would (1) allow for appropriate public response to situations like Love Canal and (2) preclude the possibilities for such situations in the, future.
The Subcommittee's inquiries disclosed that despite enactment of hazardous waste legislation in 1976,G little was "known a-bout, the true magnitude of the problem. No one knew how many millions of tons of hazardous waste were generated each year. And 'more importantly, while it was believed that hundreds of ticking time bombs" existed across the country, no one knew exactly how many, where they were located, or who was responsible for them.
Believing that it was most important to secure such information, and since EPA was not, acting with dispatch to collect it, the Subcommittee decided to conduct its own surve v-the first national study of waste disposal sites-to begin to determine the magnitude of the problem.
The purpose, of the survey was to initiate a systematic effort to identify- the number, nature. and location of all waste disposal sites across the country, whether they currently pose health or environmental hazards or not. As a first step, the Subcommittee requested the participation of the 53 largest domestic chemical companies. This was not to suggest that the disposal practices of the chemical industry are, particularly bad or that the chemical industry is primarily responsible for hazardous sites. But, the very nature of-the chemical industry is such that large quantities of potentially dangerous wastes are generated, and the national survey had to begin somewhere. The results are only a sampling of the situation. All of the companies cooperated voluntarily. They provided information about the waste disposal practices of the 1,605 chemical plant facilities that they own or operate including data on 3,383 disposal sites used by these facilities since Pub. L. 94-580. Oct. 21. 1976.
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1950. This report describes the intent, conduct, and findings of that survey.
The methodology for selecting the companies participating in the survey, their identity, the Subcommittee's letter of invitation, and the standardized questionnaire and related instructions which were furnished to the companies are set forth in Appendices A, B, C and D, respectively.
Each of the 1,605 facilities was asked to provide information on every site or location used since 1950 (or earlier if records or employees' memories permitted) for the disposal of wastes from the
plant's chemical processes. Information requested included: amount and content of waste disposed at a particular site, kinds of disposal methods used at the site, current status of the site (open or closed), ownership of the site, and the site's name and location. For any waste hauled from the plant and taken to a location unknown to the plant operators, information was requested on the name of the hauler and the amount and content of the waste hauled. Facilities were also asked to report the amount of process waste generated at their plants during 1978 that was not directly reprocessed or recycled at the plant or covered by a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, and the methods by which these wastes were disposed.
B. FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS
1. The survey disclosed that approximately 66 million tons of chemical process wastes were generated in 1978 by the 1,605 chemical plants of the 53 largest domestic chemical companies. It is not known what percent of all chemical wastes this amount represents, nor is it known, in the absence of final federal definitions of what constitutes "hazardous" waste, what percent of the 66 million tons of chemical process waste would be classified as hazardous. It is noted EPA estimates that about 379 million tons of industrial wastes were generated in 1977 (by all industry), of which EPA estimates approximately 39 million tons were whazardous.-' Thus, the 66 million tons of chemical process wastes generated in 1978 by the 1.605 facilities participating in the survey relates to about 17 percent of the 379 million tons of industrial wastes which E1PA estimates were generated in 1977.
Because the actual amount of hazardous waste generated annually will profoundly affect the size and scope of federal aind state waste regulation programs, the ShUlommiittee concludes that it is of paramount impl)ortance to obtain better estimates of proportions of all chemical and industrial wastes-including the 66 million tons identified in the Subcommnittee's survey-that will need to be regulated, once federal definitions of hazardous waste are finalized.
2. The survey revealed that approximately 762 million tons of chemical wastes generated by the participating companies since 1950. or earlier, have been disposed in 3.383 locations known to the companies. These sites do not necessarily pose threats to the public health or the environment. ()f those 762 million tons. 94 percent were disposed of on the inmed(iate property of thle chemmicdl plants: 6 percent were sent off-site for disposal.
S43 Fed. Rev. 5 s947 (12/18 75 aid Feb. 1979, issue of EPA Journal (p. 12) (EPIA estimatos areZ given iin ntric tons whieh have been equated to tons for purposes of uniformity in this report. It is noted that ElPA expects the quantities of hazardous waste to incroas,' by : percent liun lly.





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Many of the current on-site disposal facilities will not qualify for permitted disposal under EPA's proposed hazardous waste regulations suggesting that, once the RCIRA regulations are promulgated, the chemical industry may find it necessary, for financial reasons, to substantially reduce the amount of on-site disposal. Unfortunately, there is also a paucity of off-site disposal locations across the country that will qualify for permitted disposal under EPA's proposed rules. Consequently, the Subcommittee is concerned about the large amounts of wastes, including some previously disposed of on-site, which will be in search of final restingr grounds.
3. Of the 3,383 sites used by the participating companies for disposal of their wastes since 1950, the survey disclosed that 1,099 (32 percent) are known to be closed, and an additional 319 (9 percent) may be closed. Over 100 million tons of waste were sent to the 1,099 sites now known to be closed. Of those 1,099 sites, 37 percent are on private lands, not owned by any of the participating companies. Many of these closed sites contain wastes with chemical components known to pose potentially serious hazards to the public health and the environment. Disposal methods used at many of these closed sites, given the chemical components of the waste, also suggest the possibility of imminent hazard. Unfortunately, these closed sites will not come under the purview of EPA's hazardous waste program because RCRA calls for regulation of existing and future sites only.
Since it is unlikely that these closed sites are currently being monitored for imminent hazards, the Subcommittee concludes it is of utmost importance that f urthexi data be collected on these sites. Further, should any of these closed sites, particularly those on private lands, pose imminent hazards, they may well require financial coverage under a central clean up fund, such as that proposed by the "super fund" legislation.
4. The survey also revealed that approximately 4.8 million tons of chemical process wastes generated by the 53 participating companies since 19,50 were transported off-site, for disposal by some 960 haulers to locations unknown to the facility op~eratoi's. Those wastes contain a variety of chemical components known to be toxic or otherwise hazardous to tbe ublic health and the environment.
The Subcommittee. concludes that it is essential to determine where and how those wastes were disposed.

C. RECOMMENDATIONS
The Subcommittee is making available to EPA its survey findings including information on all disposal locations and haulers identified in the. study. The Subcommittee recommends that EPA:
1 undertake, in conjunction with the states, a comprehensive
re-tiolial inventory of disposal sites utilized by principal waste..)rerucingr industry groups;
2. conduct appropriate investigation with respect to all haulers
identified in the survey who transported wastes to locations unknown to the waste generator's to determine where such wastes
were taken and the manner in which they were disposed;
3. conduct, where warranted, a follo w--up study of the disposal
sites identified in the survey, particularly those known to be closed







and on private lands. to determine whether there is reason to suspect tiat any of those sites pose threats to the public health or the
CI Virolnient.:
4. utilize the survey finding gs as a basis for better determining
the size and scope of a clean up fundi for hazar(lous waste disposal
problens:
;. analyze the I niplicat ions of the survey findings and reassess
tlit scope and magnitude of the hazardous waste disposal problem relative to the implementation and managrenent of both federal
amnd state hazardous waste programs: and
6. reexanine, in conjunction with the chaiinical -Ind other wasteproducing industry groups. alternative disposal methods including reprocessing and recycling, incineration. and other technology to determine the most practical and safest means of disposal of those wastes judged to be hazardous under RCRA definitions. once
EPAs regulations are promul gated.

II. BACKGROUND
When the Subenunittee initiated its investigation into hazardous waste disposal problems in the fall of 1978. the only information available concerniney the volume of hazardous waste generated annually in the Inited States was EPA's estimate of 39 million tons. EPA further estimated that as much as 90 percent of this hazardous waste was being disposed of in a manner not in accordance with EPA's proposed regulations iniplementing the provisions of RCRA.3
The Subcommittee was concerned that EPA would be unable to
propose a rational hazardous waste regulatory program without solid figures on the amount of hazardous waste generated annually. Mtoreover, the Subconnittee considered it essential that EPA know the location of sites posing imminent hazards.
When questioned by Congressman Albert Gore. Jr.. at the SubcomIm ittee's October 1978 hearing, EPA officials could not provide the number of hazardous waste disposal sites across the country nor the number or location of sites posing threats to public health or the environment. They informed the Subconnittee that EPA was in the process of collecting such information from its regional offices an(l
the states.
In November 1978. EP.A released a list of 103 potentially dangerous sites and estimated that 838 sites across the country contain significant amounts of haza rlous waste and could pose threats to health and the environment. After a review of the methodology used to develop the list anti the estimated number of sites, the Subcommittee concluded that the estimate was both inadequate and misleading.4 Accordingly.
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4 ActiInI upon a reniest by C(on lressman Gore to analyze EPA's sit- survey. the General AcCountin( Office arrived at t he sa me condcliion. In testimony before the Subcommittee on .Tune 4, 19 .79, 0A() stated :
"We conclided that the N disposal site fiLrire is not an necuate or complete estimate and does not correctly id ntifv those sites that are most in need of corrective action. We found that EPAs regional offices developed the estimates on the basis of existing ir easil obtalinable infe% irination using various n-sumptions , Overall, we concluded thti at the present tim1e information available at the Federal aml State level is inadeonate t4o determiline (1 the number of hazardous waste sites. (21 the number of sites posing a threat to public loealth or the environment. an1d (3) the Costs that may he involved in correct In g the problenis,"





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the Subcommittee believes that a national survey to determine the location of hazardous waste sites and to identify those sites in need of careful monitoring or immediate clean utp is essential to an effective hazardous waste management program on the part of EPA and the states.
Facing a paucity of information on hazardous waste sites throughout the country, the Subcommittee decided to conduct its own pi-eliminary survey. The primary purpose of the survey was to begin the systematic effort to identify the number, location, and content of open and closed hazardous waste disposal sites in the United States. At the same time, the survey provided an opportunity to compile reliable statistics on the amount of chemical process waste generated annually and industry's overall waste disposal practices. The Subcommittee looked forward to using such information in its oversight assessment of the adequacy of the RCRA program. The Subcommittee also perceived that such information would be essential to Congress as it begins to debate legislative solutions to problems posed by inactive and "orphaned" waste disposal sites.

III. LIMITATIONS
This is the first national surN-ey of waste disposal sites and, as such, provides initial statistics on the magnitude and dimensions of waste disposal problems in the country. TIhis prelimninary study is not, however, without limitations which must be considered in interpreting and using the findings.
First,, the study is limited to the 5.3 largest domestic chemical companies. Although their 1,605 facilities participating in the survey represent approximately 14 percent of all chemical plants in the country, their practices and experiences-because they are the laro'est-may not be truly representative of the chemical industry as a whole. It can be expected, for example, that many of their plants are larger than those of smaller chemical 'companies and that many more of them have access to the most modern disposal techniques than (10 those of smaller companies.
Second, because chemical waste disposal has only become a public and corporate concern in recent years, most companies do not have detailed records dating back to 1950 on'their disposal practices. While companies used what records they do have (which, on average, date
backto 968 incomletng he urvey, they were asked also to utilize employee knowledge in providing the desired information. (Facilities. on the average, used employee recall dating back to 1960, with 28 percent of the facilities using employees! memory of disposal practices prior to 1950.) Thus, much of the information collected is not based on actual corporate records, but on employees! recollection, and may, be incomplete. The tight time schedule f or the study-60' days for gathering responses-also may have contributed to 'incompleteness.
Third, while standardized instructions on data collection -were provided to all companies, some -variability in interpretation of questions on the survey forms could be expected. For example. while wastes reprocessed on-site were to be, excluded f rom the survey, in some instances they may have been included. Based on discussions with different com-





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pany representatives, however, the Subcommittee believes that variability in interpretation of questions, while present, is minimal.
And finally, while the central purpose of the survey is to begin the compilation of an inventory of waste disposal sites across the country, it was beyond the scope of this study to collect information which would clearly differentiate waste disposal sites that pose serious, or potentially serious, hazards to public health and the environment from those which do not. For example, the Subcommittee did not seek information on the relative amounts of chemical components in the companies' wastes. nor the specific methods of disposal used for each waste, nor the types of monitoring utilized at sites to safeguard against hazards. In this way, the Subcommittee was successful in avoiding delays in data collection that may have resulted from company resistance in answering questions calling for confidential or proprietary information. Therefore, the information gathered is in.suffiient to determine which. if any. ites present imminent hazards.
The Subcommittee's survey does provide valuable descriptive information about waste disposal practices of the giants in the chemical industry and about the types of waste disposal sites across the country. It also provides the basis for further in-depth investigations of specific sites to determine whether they pose health or environmental hazards.
IV. SIT--vYy RESULTS
Any interpretation or use of the data contained in this survey should take into account the following factors:
First, waste disposal practices vary considerably among participat. ing companies depending upon size, types of waste generated, geographic location of facilities, and corporate policy. Just as no one chemical plant exactly represents the waste handling practices of its parent company. so no one corporation represents the chemical industry as a whole. The aggregate statistics presented in this report reflect the combined practices of 53 companies and their 1,605 chemical facilities and thus may differ substantially from any one corporate view of how chemical wastes are. were, or perhaps will be handled.
And second. just as waste disposal practices vary by company, they vary also by region of the country and by state. Climate, density of population. and state environmental and land use laws are significant factors influencing waste handling practices across the country. Thus, these findings may differ from impressions or observations of those familiar with waste disposal practices in only one state or only one part of the country.
A. THE FACILITIES
Of the approximately 1,20() chemical producers in the country,5 the 53 largest chemin-cal companies participated in the study. Table I shows the breakdown by state of the 1.60.5 chemical plaiints, owned or operated )by the 53 companies, which provided information on their waste disP)osal p)ract ices.,
:ha s.d on statistics in the Directory of Chemical Producers, complied by the Stanford Roesa rch Institute
Some small number of these fa ciIlities had been closed by the date of the study. While inforatioP In n waste disposal practices during 197, was therefore not available. data on past all1s1seal mithr sl were.






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TABLE I.-Number of facilities partwlpatinq in the study by State
State Number State Nix mber
Alabama -----------------------42 Montana -----------------------4
Alaska ------------------------ 2 Nebraska ---------------------- 9
Arizona ------------------------4 Nevada ----------------------- 5D
Arkansas ----------------------24 New Hampshire -----------------2
California -------------------- 140 New Jersey --------------------116
Colorado ----------------------10 New Mexico --------------------4
Connecticut --------------------20 New York --------------------- 59
Delaware ----------------------20 North Carolina ------------------57
Florida ------------------------49 Ohio -------------------------105
Georgia ----------------------- 57 Oklahoma ----------------------15
Hawaii ----------------------- 4 Oregon ------------------------11
Idaho ------------------------- 3 Pennsylvania ------------------ 77
Illinois ------------------------88 Puerto Rico ------------------- 15
Indiana ----- 32 Rhode Island
Iowa --------------------------15 South Carolina -----------------35
Kansas ------------------------16 South Dakota -------------------1
Kentucky ----------------------31 Tennessee ---------------------42
Louisiana --------------------- 68 Texas ------------------------159
Maine -------------------------- th-------------9
M i e5 Utah -- - - - - - 9
Maryland ----------------------24 Virginia ---------------------- 31
Massachusetts ------------------25 Washington --------------------19
Michigan ----------------------42 West Virginia ----------------- 33
Minnesota ---------------------5 Wisconsin ---------------------16
Mississippi ---------------------15 Wyoming ---------------------- 7
Missouri -----------------------31
Total -------------------1,605
These 1.605 facilities represent approximately 14 percent of the estimated 11.425 operating chemical facilities in tle counti-v.,, although they do not totally reflect the distribution of different types of chemical manufacturing within the industry.
As shown in Table II manufacturers of plastic materials and snthetics are the most over-represented of all chemical concerns in the study population, compared with the industry as a whole, followed by inorganic chemical manufacturers. Paint and allied products manufacturing facilities are under-represented in the study population. Any oeneralizations from the study population to the chemical industry as a whole should be made with this in mind.

TABLE II.-Type of facilities as a peicentage of the entire chemicals
industry and of the pa'rticipatin.y study po1udation*
Type of facility Percentage of the
Chemical industry Study population
Inorganic chemicals -------------------------- 9 28
Plastic materials and synthetics ---------------- 4 22
Paints and allied products --------------------- 14 2
Organic chemicals ----------------------------- 7 16
Agricultural products --------------------------11 14
*Based on select standard industrial classification codes.
The 1.605 facilities participating in the study reflect the growth and development of the chemical industry over the years. with some facilities opening as early as the late 1800's. but with the majority opening in the 1950"s and later. The graph below depicts the years facilities opened. demonstrating the major growth of the chemical industry after World War II and into the 1960's., with a decline in new starts in the 1970's.

'Based on U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Census of Manufacturers. 1972. Vol. Ii.






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Graph: Years Facilities Participating in the Study Opened


Number of Facilities

4-00 '0


300


200


100 0Year 0 Opened 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1979

Pre -1900: 53 1900-1909: 40 1910-1919: 86 1920-1929: 117 1930-1939: 82 1940-1949: 243 1950-1959: 330 1960-1969: 412 1970-1979: 242 1,605

B. WASTE GENERATION AND DISPOSAL IN 1978

The 1.605 facilities participating in the study were asked to report the total amount of process wastes (wastes resulting directly from chemic-al production processes, excluding those recycled or reprocessed o-s-ite or discharge waters covered under NPI)ES permits) generated in 1978. The facilities reported generating a total of approximately 60 million tons of chemical process waste for disposal. Table III shows the amount of process waste generated by participating facilities by state.






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TABLE III.-Amount of waste generated in 1978 reported by facilities participating in the study by8tate

[Figures in hundreds of tons]
State Amount State Amount
Alabama -------- --------- 5,174.4 Nebraska ---------------- 16.1
Alaska ------------------ 24.0 Nevada ------------------ 4,351.0
Arizona ------------------ 0.4 New Hampshire ---------- 631.0
Arkansas ---------------- 201.2 New Jersey --------------- 4,823.7
California --------------- 4,929.4 New Mexico -------------- *56,066.0
Colorado ----------------- 902.7 New York ----------------- 8,015.1
Connecticut -------------- 200.0 North Carolina ------------ 4,367.3
Delaware ---------------- 1,702.6 Ohio -------------------- 16,596.2
Florida ------------------ *215,654.8 Oklahoma --------------- 8,418.8
Georgia ------------------ 2,143.9 Oregon --- 7 -------------- 36.7
Hawaii ------------------ 7.0 Pennsylvania ------------ 17,017.6
Idaho ------------------- 26,655.0 Puerto Rico -------------- 687.6
Illinois ------------------ 18,192.0 Rhode Island ------------- 0.4
Indiana ------------------ 7,641.0 South Carolina ------------ 1,009.7
Iowa -------------------- 1,014.1 South Dakota ------------ 3.0
Kansas ------------------ 473.5 Tennessee --------------- 20,898.8
Kentucky ---------------- 2,513.8 Texas ------------------- 39,333.5
Louisiana ---------------- *80,081.2 Utah ---------- ---------- 7,506.6
Maine ------------------- 49.6 Virginia ------------------ 1,073.5
Maryland ---------------- 1,675.4 Washington -------------- 218.8
Massachusetts ------------ 2,133.0 West Virginia ------ ------ 2,467.7
Michigan ---------------- 4,814.9 Wisconsin --------------- 250.7
Minnesota --------------- 121.3 Wyoming ---------------- *84,905.5
Mississippi -------------- 807.9 Total (or approx. 66 million
Missouri ----------------- 2,394.0 tons) ---------------- 658,984.7
Montana ----------------- 782.3
*Reflects generation of large amounts of wastes such as phosphate slag, gypsum stacks. certain mining wastes. etc.

Although these 1,605 f facilities represent only about 14 percent of all chemical plants in the country, they undoubtedly account for we'll over 14 percent of all process waste generated annually by the chemical industry since they belong to the largest chemical companies. However, absent specific information on production by the chemical industry as a whole, it is not possible to determine what proportion of all chemical process wastes generated annually these 66 million tons represent. Similarly, not knowing the specific chemical components of these wastes, it is not possible to determine what proportion of these wastes could be regarded as "hazardous" by any definition of the term.




















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As shown in Table VI, 31 percent of these sites are located on the immediate property of one of the 1,605 participating facilities and, with few exceptions, were used only by that facility or other facilities owned by the company. The remainder, or 69 percent, are off-site. Thirty-four percent of all sites were owned by one of the participating companies at the time of disposal. An additional 48 percent were owned by private concerns other than participating companies, usually a disposal company or disposal contractor. Sixteen percent were publicly-owned sites, typically municipal dumps.

TABLE VI.--DesCriptine in for nati o n the 3,383 sites
Location: Percent
Onsite ----------------------------------------------------31
Offsite ---------------------------------------------------- 69
Ownership:
Owned by a company participating in the survey -------------------34
Owned by a private comern, not one of the companies --------------48
Publicly-owned ---------------------------------------------- 16
Unknown ownership ------------------------------------------ 2
Current status:
Closed ----------------------------------------------------32
Open -----------------------------------------------------58
Unknown if open or closed --------------------------------------- 9
Users of site:
Only facility reporting on site---------------------------------- 28
Facility reporting on site and other company facilities --------------- 3
Company facilities and others ---------------------------------52
Unknown who users are -------------------------------------- 16
Some. of the sites were used as early as 1904 for disposal, with 10 percent being used before 1950. The majority, however, were used for about a decade, generally from 1970 to date. Over half the sites were used for disposal in 1979, although one-third have not been used by any participating facility since 1976, the year RCRA was enacted into law.
A total of 762 million tons of process waste were disposed of at these 3,383 sites. About 59 percent (1,999) of the sites utilized only one disposal method. As shown in Table VII, of the 1,999 sites using only one disposal method, 65 percent used some form of landfillprimarily a landfill with mixed industrial wastes. As the table indicates, the use of other disposal methods-such as pits. ponds, and lagoons or incineration-occurs more frequently at sites utilizing a variety of disposal techniques. However, when considering the amount of waste disposal of by different methods, it is apparent that while diiips, pits and the like are more frequently used, relatively small quantities of waste are disposed by these methods.






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TABLE VII.-PERCENT OF ALL SITES (3,383) USING DIFFERENT DISPOSAL METHODS-PERCENT OF SITES (1,999) USING ONE DISPOSAL METHOD

Percent of all sites Percent of sites
(3,383) using differ- (1,999) using one
Method of disposal ent disposal methods* disposal method

Landfill mono industrial waste----------------------------------------- 19 1 14
Landfill mixed industrial waste---------------------------------------- 45 1 40
Landfill drummed waste--------------------------------------------- 26 1 20
Landfill municipal refuse codisposed------------------------------------ 26 130
Pits/ponds/lagoons, ------------------------------------------------- 28 11
Deep weH --------------------------------------------------------- 5 2
Stacks/piles (notably gypsum)----------------------------------------- 1 1
Land farming ------------------------------------------------------ 6 1
Incineration------------------------------------------------------ 22 8
Treatment-------------------------------------------------------- 16 2
Reprocessing ------------------------------------------------------ 15 6
Other-. --------------------------------------------------- 4

*Note: Numbers add to more than 100 percent due to use of two or more methods at many sites.
1 65 percent using any kind of landfill.

Percent distribution of waste disposed by different methods at sites using one method of disposal only

Pits/ponds/lagoons-------- ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - 25

Deep welln -----------------------------------------------------c
Incineration ---------------------------------------------------- 1
Treatment---------------------------------------------------- Trace
Reprocessing/recycling ----------------------------------------- Trace
Other (including evaporation, open pit burning, disposal in navigable
waters) ----------------------------------------------------- 35

Table VIII shows the percentage of sites containing any one of a number of different chemical components in the waste received. The actual amount of any component present in the waste is unkno-wm thus these data should not be used to determine whether the wastes could pose any hazard. Such ani assessment would additionally have to take into account the combination of chemical components present in the waste, the specific disposal methods used for such waste, anti the types of monitoring or control used for these methods. However, the table does show that 7-5 percent of the~ sites received wastes which contained some form of organics. of ten a troubllesome waste. and small but important numbers of sites received any one of a, number of chemical components known to be problematical.'






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TABLE VIII.-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF CHEMICAL COMPONENTS AT ALL SITES AND NUMBER OF SITES WITH
COMPONENT KNOWN TO BE OPEN AND NUMBER KNOWN TO BE CLOSED

Percent of all
sites with Number Number
Chemical components component open closed

Acid solutions, with pH<3 ------------------------------------------ 23 527 153
Pickling liquor ------------------------------------------------- 1 20 4
Metal plating waste ------------------------------------------------------------ 14 1
Circuit ethines ...... 8 0
Inorganic acid manufacture----------------------------------- 8 199 66
Organic acid manufacture._-6 171 28
Based solutions, with pH>12-------------------------------------- 18 439 140
Caustic soda manufacture ---------------------------------------- 3 80 23
Nylon and similar polymer generation ----------------------------- 1 27 8
Scrubber residual ---------------------------------------------- 6 160 33
Heavy metals and trace metals (bonded organically and inorganically)----- 49 128 430
Arsenic, selenium, antimony -------------------------------------- 19 429 155
Mercury ------------------------------------------------------ 11 255 98
Iron, manganese, magnesium-------------------------------------26 852 298
Zinc, cadmium, copper, chromium (trivalent) ----------------------- 34 804 277
Chromium (hexavalent)-- -------------------------------------- 1 5 387 98
Lead-----------------------------------------------------19 458 153
Radioactive residues, >50 pico curies/gram ----------------------------- 3 62 17
Uranium residuals and residuals for UFs recycling ---------------------------------- 11 0
Lathanide series elements and rare earth salts----------------------------------11 4
Phosphate slag ---------------------------------------------------------------- 13 4
Thorium ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 2 5
Radium ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 4
Other alpha, beta and gamma emitters--------------- 29 6
Organics ---------------------------------------------------------- 75 1667 633
Insecticides and intermediates---------....................-9 233 62
Herbicides and intermediates ------------------------------------ 7 171 52
Fungicides and intermediates ------------------------------------- 11 257 103
Rodenticides and intermediates- --.1 32 7
Halogenated aliphatics ------------------------------------------ 15 378 99
Halogenated aromatics----------------------.......-13 303 91
Acrylates and latex emulsions- ----------------------------------16 378 111
PCB/PBB's ---------------------------------------------------- 3 70 16
Amides, amines, imides ----------------------------------------- 22 545 146
Plastizers ------------------------------------------------- 6 407 104
Resins -------------------------------------------------------- 35 818 272
Elastomers ----- --- -- -- -------------------------- 11 273 85
Solvents polar (except water)- 20 500 113
Carbontetnachloride -------------------------------------------- 6 162 31
Trichloroethylene ---------------------------------------------- 7 186 49
Other solvents nonpolar ----------------------------------------- 24 593 154
Solvents halogenated aliphatic ------------------------------------ 13 315 83
Solvents halogenated aromatic ------------------------------------9 219 52
Oils and oil sludges -------------------------------------------- 33 794 263
Esters and ethers -------------------------------------------- 21 498 152
Alcohols -------------------------------------------------21 645 194
Ketones and aldehydes ---------------------------------------- 21 527 130
Dioxins ------------------------------------------------------- 2 42 10
Inorganics --------------------------------------------------------- 57 1265 512
Salts- --------------------------------------------------51 1145 455
Mercaptans- -----------------------------------------------6 162 34
Miscellaneous ------------------------------------------------------- 47 1081 379
Pharmaceutical wastes ------------------------------------------ 2 56 13
Paints and pigments- 19 442 145
Catalysts (eg. vanadium, platinum, palladium) ---------------------- 11 295 62
Asbestos -------------------------------------------------- 14 335 100
Shock sensitive wastes (ew. nitrated toluenes) ---------------------- 2 57 15
Air water reactive wastes (eR. Pi, aluminum chloride) --------------- 5 132 38
Wastes with flash point below 1006 F ------------------------------ 20 492 114



1). NUMBER OF I)ISI'(SAl, SITES USEI) BY FA(ILITY

TIhe 1,60.,5 facilities were asked to identify all sites. including their
own priop ertv, wled since 1950 for dispO al Of their .cheiical process
wasteS. IFlie facilities identifiedI an average of three Ol1 four sites (e1wh.
Approximately '2) percent Of the facilities leritioned six or more
sites, wit h SO facilities identi fvin 10 or more sites. Eleven percent
of t he fa 'ilities iliiated th ev Knew of no sites where wastes had been
dlisIpose(l, sl resting that all Of their wastes sine 1950 if they had
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The number of sites identified varied, depending upon the year a facility opened and how far back in company records or employees' recollection facilities went in gathering survey- information. As would be expected, the older facilities with records dating back to the 1950's and facilities which relied on employee recall back through the 1950's and earlier identified larger numbers of disposal sites. The amount of waste generated by a facility was not, however, related to the number of disposal sites utilized.

E. CLOSED SITES

Of the 3,383 sites identified in the survey, 1,099 (32 percent) were reported as closed for dispos-al of w 'astes. Some closed as early as the 1940's; others as recently as 1979. Twenty-six percent closed since 1976, the year RCRA became law. It is not known whether an additional 319 sites (9 percent) are still open or have closed. None of these closed sites will be regulated or monitored under EPA's hazardous waste program.
The study disclosed that over 100 million tons of waste (13 percent of the 762 million tons generated by the 1,605 facilities since 1950, or earlier) were disposed of at the 1.099 closed sites. While disposal methods at these closed sites vary, the primary method is landfills (used at 69 percent of the sites) followed by pits, ponds, and lagoons, as shown in Table IX. This indicates that a substantial amount of potentially hazardous waste is lying in landfills, pits, ponds, and lagoons and will not be covered by EPA's hazardous waste program.

TABLE IX.-DISPOSAL METHODS USED AT OPEN AND CLOSED SITES, LOCATION OF OPEN AND CLOSED SITES, OWNERSHIP OF OPEN AND CLOSED SITES

Current status for sites using only one
Current status for all sites (3, 383) method Percent Unknown if
Percent closed percent open or Percent Percent Percent unknown Method open (1965) (1099) closed (319) open closed if open or closed

Landfills------------------- 70 69 32 70 65 59
Pits/ponds/lagoons ------31 26 7 15 10 5
Deep well------------------- 7 2 2 1 2 1
Land farming---------------- 8 3 0 1 1 0
Incineration----------------- 25 17 10 4 9 12
Treatment------------------ 21 8 3 1 2 1
Reprocessing---------------- 20 6 9 1 8 11
Other ---------------------- 11 10 4 7 4 9

*Note: Column percents fo~r methods will add to more than 100 percent owing to many sites using 2 or more methods.

[ In percent

Unknown if
Open Closed open or closed

Location:
Onsite--------------------------------------------------- 31 42 98
Offsite--------------------------------------------------- 69 58 2

Ownership:
Company owned ------------------------------------------- 34 45 7
Private, not company owned ----------------------------------- 50 37 79
Publicly owned--------------------------------------------- 15 18 14




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Forty-fliye percent of the closed sites were owned by one of the participating companies at the time of disposal: 42 percent were on company property. Thirtly-sev-en percent of the closed sites were owned1 by a private concern other than one of the participating cornpa~nies. andl 18 percent, were on publicly-owned land. It is not known what percent of these sites would currently he classified as "abandlonedl" (that is, sites with no identifiable owner with the resources necessary to monitor or clean up the site should it pose imminent health hazardss. However, judging from the names and descriptions of the sites alone, it is believed that a substantial proportion could be classified as "abandoned" or "orphaned." without. an easily identifiable responsible party. These sites include, for example. tennis courts. a yacht club, parking lots (including two church parking lots), a9 cemetery. a raceway, botanical gardens, nurseries, an abandoned silo, ain abandoned oil well, and an abandoned landfill. Indeed, over 80 closed sites were identified as private farms or residences, some with identifying information as minimal as "pastuires (various)" and "nuimerous small farms and gardens."
The number of closed and potentially abandoned sites raises concerns, since these sites-as well as any others which will close prior to promulgation of EPA's hazardous waste regulations--will not be covered under the RCRA program. *While the actual amount of any of the chemical components present in the waste disposed of at these closed sites (as shown in Table VITT) is unknown, the presence of some of these components merits further attention.

F. O'N-SITE DISPOSAL
Seventy- eight percent of the facilities reported that either company haulers or outside contractors were used to remove at least some of the chemical process wastes from f acility property to other locations since 1950. Indeed, of all the locations identified as waste disposal sites, 69 percent were off-site.
Despite the large number of facilities using haulers to remove wastes from the facility location and the large number of off-site locations used for disposal. the vast majority-some 194 percent--of wastes generated by these facilities since 1950 remained on site. W ith the advent of RCRA and the publication in December. 1978, of EPA's proposed hazardous waste regulations, it has been suggested that many of the on-site disposal locations will not qualify for permitted disposal without. costly modifications. This particularly applies to pits. ponds. and lagoons which, as shown on Table X, are a disposal method more frequently found on-site. Some companies may be deterred by





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the added expense to qualify for on-site disposal and will thus be sending quantities of waste, currently disposed of on-site, to off-site locations. But with a paucity of off-site locations that will be eligible for permitted hazardous waste disposal, the question must be raised, "where will this waste go?" The Subcommittee believes it will be extremely important for EPA and the states to monitor on-site disIposal practices, once RCRA rules are promulgated.
TABLE X.-PERCENT OF SITES USING DIFFERENT DISPOSAL METHODS BY LOCATION FOR ALL SITES AND FOR SITES USING ONLY ONE DISPOSAL METHOD
For sites using only 1 disposal
For all sites* (3,383) method (1,999)
Percent Percent Percent Percent
Method onsite off site onsite offsite
Landfills ---------------------------------------- 57 68 38 74
Pits/ponds/lagoons---------------------------------- 55 14 37 3
Deep well---------------------------------------- 4 4 2 1
Land farming-------------------------------------- 9 3 1 1
Incineration-------------------------------------- 27 16 8 8
Treatment--------------------------------------- 16 13 2
Reprocessing -------------------------------------- 15 13-------Other ------------------------------------------ 15 6 12 4
*Note: Number will add to more than 100 percent owing to the use of two or more disposal methods at many sites.


G. WASTES GOING TO UNKNOWN LOCATIONS

Of the 1,605 facilities, 37 percent indicated they did not know the disposal site locations of all process waste hauled from their facilities since 1950, or earlier. These 593 facilities provided information on approximately 960 haulers or hauling companies who had removed wastes and taken them to unknown places.
Facilities indicated they began using these haulers as early as the 1920's and, in some instances, were still using them in 1979. In general, however, haulers named were used during the period 1968 to 1975.
The 960 haulers removed approximately 4.8 million tons of waste from the facilities. Even though it is not possible to determine what proportion of this waste may be harmful, the amount alone, particularly in light of the chemical components of the waste (as shown in Table XI), makes it essential to determine where these wastes were taken and the manner in which they were disposed. Of course, the generator's lack of knowledge with respect to ultimate disposal does not prove in any way improper disposal; the materials may very well have been disposed of in a proper manner.






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TABLE XI.-Chemical components of waste hauled to unknown locations Percent
of haulers
taking
waste to
unknown
location
with component
present
in waste
Acid solutions, with pH<3 ..................... 12
Picklingliquor----------------------- 1
Metal plating waste
Circuit etchings.. . . . . . . . . . . . 0
Inorganic acid manufacture................... 5
Organic acid manufacture 3
Base solutions, with pH>12 15
Caustic soda manufacture-.................. 2
Nylon and similar polymer generation_ 1
Scrubber residual 5
Heavy metals and trace metals (bonded organically and inorganically) 33
Arsenic, selenium, antimony 11
Mercury_ 6
Iron, manganese, magnesium 28
Zinc, cadmium, copper, chromium (trivalent) ........... 26
Chromium (hexavalent) 12
Lead ----------------- 16
Radioactive residues, > 50 pico curies/gram.
Uranium residuals and residuals for UF6 recycling
Lathanide series elements and rare earth salts
Phosphate slag------------------------------------------------ 0
Thorium Radium
Other alpha, beta and gamma emitters
Organics_ 60
Insecticides and intermediates------------------ 3
Herbicides and intermediates------------------------------------- 3
Fungicides and intermediates 7
Rodenticides and intermediates 1
Halogenated aliphatics . . . .11
Halogenated aromatics --------------------- 9
Acrylates and latex emulsions ---- 15
PCB/PBB's 1--------------------------------------------------Amides, amines, imides 20
Plastizers_ 15
R esins__ ...........31
Elastomers-- 12
Solvents polar (except water) 20
Carbontetrachloride_... ... .... ... .... ....... ... ....... 1
Trichioroethylene__-__ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .4
Other solvents nonpolar _----_---_----_-- 23
Solvents halogenated aliphatic ------------- -- 11
Solvents halogenated aromatic ..... .-- 6
Oils and oil sludges ---- ---.. 40
Esters and ethers ------------........---Alcohols-- 27
Ketones and aldehyde 21
)ioxins --- - 1
Inorganics ......------- 39
Salts- . . .. .. .. ..36
M.ercaptans.-. 2
miscellaneous. ----------------------------32
Pharmaceutcal wastes .2 Paints and pigments 19
Catalysts (e.g. vanadium, platinum, palladium) 4
6
A sh estos .... . . . ....- 6
Sho(ck sensitive wastes (e.g. nitrated toluenes) I.1 Air water reactive wastes (e.g. P1, aluminum chloride) -- ---- 2 Wastes with flash pt. below 1000 F _---------17





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A'. RELEASE OF SPECIFIC DISPOSAL SITE INTORMAITON
The Subcommittee believes it is in the public interest to recommend further investigation, where warranted, into those disposal sites identified in the survey. While useful for legislative purposes. the data gathered are not sufficient at this time for determining with certainty which, if any, of these sites may pose threats to public health or the environment. In order to make such judgments, additional information should be gathered, particularly for those sites which are closed and on private lands and will not be covered by RCRA regulations. Therefore, the identity and location of the 3,383 waste disposal sites (actually. 3,379 since the participating facilities furnished no descriptive data on four of the sites). together with descriptive data on each site, are set forth in Appendix E for investigation by appropriate governmental authorities.









APPENDIX A

ME~fTHODOLOGY

The Subcommittee chose to identify sites by gig directly to industrial concerns and asking them to provide information on all sites they had used for waste disposal. The Subcommittee decided to concentrate, initially, on the chemical industry in its search for disposal sites across the country since, that industry produces some of the most toxic hazardous wastes. By focusing on the chemical industry, the Subcorn~ittee's intention was not to suggest that this industry is solely or even primarily responsible for problems associated with the disposal of waste materials: rather, by virtue of the nature of its wastes, the chemical industry appeared to be a reasonable place to begin what ultimately should become a comprehensive national inventory.
Rather than survey a random sample of the entire chemical industry, the Subcommittee determined that it would be more effective to study the chemical plants of the largest domestic chemical companies. By going back to 1950. information was also received about the disposal practices of many small companies as well--companies which were acquired by the giants in the interim. Using the 1976 Kline Guide to the chemical industry and the American Chemical Society's 1977 listing of the top 50 chemical companies. 53 domestic companies were identified as the largest in terms of sales. Each was invited to participate in the survey, and each voluntarily cooperated 100 percent with the Subcommrittee.
.As explained to these companies at a private briefing and in written instructions. each company was to collect specific waste disposal information from each of its own chemical plants and those of its subsidiaries and affiliates. The Directory of Chemical Producers, issued by the Stanford Research Institute. was used as a guide for determiningy which types of facilities the Subcommittee expected to be included in the survey. A total of 1.605 chemical facilities, owned or operated by the 53 chemical companies, provided information on their waste disposal practices to the Subcommittee, via their corporate headquarters.
Standardized questionnaire f orms were provided to companies for recording the requested information. These forms. and related instructions and definitions, were devised by the Subcommittee with assistance from the Library of Congress Congressional Research Servie,~ the House Information Systems Service. and representatives from the chemical industry and EPA. Companies were given 60 days to collect the requested information from their chemical facilities and return it to the Subcommittee. With minor exceptions, all information was returned by the specified date.
The completed survey forms were put through a, multi-stage editing process as data were readied for analysis in order to minimize respondent andi data handling errors. Analysis of the, data included exploration of a variety of questions both about the disposal sites themselves and the Participating companies and facilities.
The survey results reported herein are based on the initial submiissions of information by the companies. The corrected or supplemental data furnished by the companies after the closing date of the survey were not included in the survey results because of logistical reasons.
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APPENDIX B


THE 53 PARTICIPATING COMPANIES
Air Products IMC Corporation
Allied Chemical Kerr-Mcee
American Cyanamid Koppers
Ashland Oil Lubrizol
Atlantic Richfield Mobil
Borden Monsanto
Borg-Warner Nalco
Celanese, National Distillers
CF Industries NL Industries
Chevron Occidental Petroleum
Cities Service Olin Corporation
Diamond Shamrock Pennwalt
Dow Chemical Pfizer
Dow Corning Phillips Petroleum
DuPont PPG Industries
Eastman-Kodak Reichhold Chemical
Esmark Rohm and Haas
Ethyl Shell Oil
Exxon Standard Oil (Ind.)
Farmland Industries Stauffer
FMC Corporation Tenneco
General Electric Texaco
13. F. Goodrich Union Carbide
Goodyear Union Oil (Cal.)
W. R. Grace UT.S. Steel
Gulf Oil Williams Companies
Hercules
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APPENDIX C


(Identical letter sent to the 53 participating companies.)

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATION OF THE
COMM-IITTEE ON INTERSTATE ANM) FOREI-N COMMERCE.
lVashkingtov., D.C., Apil 18. 1979.
D)EARINMR. .:The Subcommittee oni Oversight and Investigations, under Rules X and XI of the House of Representatives, is conducting an investigation into problems associated with the disposal of industrial waste materials. The Subcommittee's inquiry will include an examination of the performance. of the Environmental Protection Agency, in implementing the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 197T6, and a determination of whether additional legislation is needed to address these problems.
The Subcommittee's investigation has disclosed that, some disposal practices of the past, which appear to be questionable in the light of present day knowledge, have raised increasing concerns among certain sectors of the public, industry andc government. The potential for adverse health and environmental effects from these practices are most acute where dump sites are abandoned or inactive, and their locat ions are unknown to responsible authorities.
In an attempt to begin to identify such sites. the Subcommittee is r-equesting each of the .50 largest domestic chemical companies to contact all of their plants or facilities, and those of their subsidiaries and affiliates, to gather data on dump sites and on industrial waste disposal practices since 1950, and to report such data on the. enclosed questionnaire forms. This effort is not to suggest that the chemical industry is solely responsible for the situation that exists, but. the very nature of your industry is such that large quantities of potentiallyV dangerous wastes are generated. Additionally, this is only the first step of an effort to conduct a comprehensive national survey.
I recognize~ that going back thirty years in company records will be a difficult and, in some instances.' impossible task,, merely because complete records may not exist. But where there are no records. I hope you will attempt, as thoroughly ias possible, through interviews of longr-time employees, to pinpoint form-ner dump sites.
Moreover, I would ask that~ vou not necessarily limit your search to the period since 1950. The chemical industry was a vital part of our war effort and it is conceivable, even understandable, that during that time of national emergency dumping of dangerous waste materials occurred in a manner most expeditious for the moment.
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Our objective is not to assess blame or give undue publicity regarding the disposall practices of this industry or any of its component com panies: rather we are soliciting your Cooperation and assistance in obtaining as complete information as possible in a narrowly defined area. While our primary focus is on identifying abandoned and inactive sites. w!lie'h lay or may not be dangerous, we are requesting information about the overall disposal practices of each of the surVeved companies to better understand and deal with the problem.
The questionnaire has been designed to achieve the objective of the survey and yet minimize the burden on your company and avoid proprietary information as much as possible. With respect to the data you provide. you may be assured that the Subcommittee and its staff will treat the data with the same high degree of care and control accorded all investigative materials containing sensitive data. T'nauthorized disclosures will not be made. At the same time, you should be aware that the Subcommittee may always authorize disclosure of information it deems to be in the public interest, consistent with our valid legislative purposes, and which is relevant to our investigation.
The survey forms (Forms A, B, C, and D), together with instructions, are enclosed. In addition, the Subcommittee staff will be available to respond to any questions you may have with regard to the questionnaire at a private briefing for the participating companies on Friday, April 27, 1979, at 3:00 p.m. in Room 2123 Rayburn House Office Building. It would be appreciated if you would withhold your questions until that time.
A copy of this letter, with enclosures, has been sent to your Washington representative. Sufficient quantities of the questionnaires for your company will be available following the staff briefing.
It is requested that the completed questionnaires be returned to the Subcommittee office by the close of business. Friday, June 29. 1979.
Your cooperation in this effort is greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
BOB ECKTTARDT,
Chairm an. Subcommittee on O?,ersiqht and Jvresti.qatiovs.
Enclosures.






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Appendix D


INSTRUCTIONS

WASTE DISPOSAL SITE SURVEY






PURPOSE

WHO IS INCLUDED IN THE SURVEY

TIME PERIOD TO BE COVERED

FORMS: A: GENERAL FACILITY INFORMATION B: DISPOSAL SITE INFORMATION C: HAULER INFORMATION D: SUPPLEMENTAL HAULER INFORMATION COMPLETING THE FORM

WHO TO CALLWITH QUESTIONS

WHO TO RETURN FORMS TO

WHEN TO RETURN FORMS
















Conducted by: Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce U. S. House of Representatives



Hon. Bob Eckhardt, Chairman



April 1979



















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WHO TO RETURN FORMS TO

The Subcommittee requests that a company compile completed forms from all of their facilities and forward the entire package, at one time, to:

Hon. Bob Eckhardt, Chairman
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
2323 Rayburn HOB
U. S. Congress
Washington, D. C. 20515

Attn: Survey Coordinator

WHEN TO RETURN FORMS

All completed forms are to be returned to the Subcommittee no later than June 29,1979.






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FORM A: G2EZERAL FACILITY INFORMON


Company Name: ___________________Facility Nanie:______________________Address: _______________________No. Street

City State Zip Code

Name of Person Completing Form:_____________Position: __________________________Phone Nuber:(

1. Year Facility Opened .......................................... 191 1JJ (10-11)

2. Primry SIC Code !...........................................L..L1 (12-15)

3. Estimate the total amounts of process wastes (excluding wastes
sold for use) generated by this facility during 1978:
thousand gallons ...............LLLLL..L (16-24)

hundred tons................... ji J1J (25-32)

thousand cubic yards ............~jj ~ 1(33-41)

4. Estimate (in whole Percents) how these process wastes
generated in 1978 were disposed of:
in landfill...............................IJ I (4Z-"4)

in pit/pond/lagoon..........................L (45-47)

in deep well..............................L J (48-5C)

incinerated ..............................[ J (51-5 3)

reprocessed/recycled ......................L (54-56)

evaporated................................L (57-59)

unmknown................................... J (6Q-62)
other (Specify____________......... j (63-65)

5. What is the total number of known sites (including disposal on the
property where this facility is located as one site) that have been
used for the di-sposal of process wastes from this facility since
1950? .........................................................[J (66-68)
WLEI ONE FORM "B" FOR EACH OF 11ME SITESi
6. Have any of the process wastes generated at this facility been
hauled (removed) from this facility for disposal? (Yes=l; no=2) .........LU (69)
IF YES, CI2ALET FORM "1C"1
7. Do you know the disposal site locations of all of the process waste
hauled from your facility since 1950? (Yes=l; no=2)................... U (70)
'IIF NO, Cfl4PLEM ONE FOR04 'V' FOR EACH FIRM OR COK"cT~
IWHO TOOK WASTE TO AN UNKNON LOCATION
8. Specify the earliest year represented by information from company
or facility records supplied on this and other forms............... 19LLJ (71-72)

9. Specify the earliest year represented by information from employee
knowledge supplied on this and other forms ............... ........ 19Jjj (73-74)













































































































































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FORM C: HAUJLER INFORMATION(O O USE )


PROVIDE A COMPLETE LIST OF ALL FIRMS AND INDEPEDENT CONTRACTORS,
INCLUDING THE COMPANY AND ITS AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES, USED
TO REMOVE PROCESS WASTES FROM THIS FACILITY SINCE 1950. I


Company Name:

Facility Name:

ICC
Name of Finm or Contractor Address (If Known) Years Used






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MUlkt ili.1U LJ' tUi kU AUH I RM' UK INULkkEDk.N1 CONIRACTO ( LN- (D OTUE C LUDING YOUR OWN COMPANY, ITS AFFILIATES & SUBSIDIARIES) WHUS ROVED PROCESS WASTE FROM THIS FACILITY SINCE 1950 AND TOOK IT 0O AN UNKNOWN LOCATION
Company Name: ______________________Facility Name:___________________ _____Name of Hauling Finn/Contractor:________________Address: (no.) (street)
Tciy (state) (zip code)

1. Year first used..............................................l{L (10-11)
2. Year last used (enter "79" if still in use) .................... ...l1-__j (12-13)
3. Total amont of process waste hauled from this facility: thousand gallons .........JJL..J (14-21)
hundred tons...............LJ Jj (22-28)
thousand cubic yards ......LJI (29 -6)
4. Components (or characteristics) of process waste from this failitydspose
at site: (l=present in waste; 2=not present in waste; 9=don't kniow):
FILL IN EVERY BLOCK SPACE
Acid solutionswith p8<3........................................... Li (37)
pickling liquor................................................ Lj (38)
metal plating waste ............................................ Li (39)
circuit etchings ............................................... U (40)
inorganic acid manufacture...................................... L (41)
organic acid manufacture ........................................ L.J (42)
Base solutions, with pH>12......................................... Li (43)
caus tic soda manufacture......................................... 1- (44 )
nylon and similar polymer generation............................. U (45)
scrubber residual .............................................. Li (46)
Heavy metals, & trace metals (bonded organically & inorganically) ........ Li (47)
arsenic, seleniumn, antimony ..................................... Lj (48)
mercury....................................................... (9
iron, manganese, magnesiumn..................................... Li (S0)
zinc, cadium, copper, chromium (trivalent).......................LI1 (51)
chroiu~m (hexavalent)........................................... Li (52)
lead.......................................................... Lj(53)
Radioactive residues, > 50 pico curnes/gram ..........................L I C4)
uranim residuals & residuals for UFf6 recycling...................Li (S5)
lathanide series elements and rare earth salts.................... t (56)
phosphate slag.................................................LI (57)
thorium ..................................................... 1 (58)
radium.........................................................LJ(59)
other alpha, beta & gaz== emitters...............................~ (60)
Organics...........................................................~ (61)
insecticides & intermediates ................................ (62)
herbicides & intermediates ...................................... Li (53)
f~.mgicides & intermediates ...................................... Li (64)
rodenticides & intermediates ....................................L P~)
halogenated aliphatics.......................................... 1 06 )
halogenated aromatics........................................... Li (67)
acrylates & latex emulsions .....................................UI (58)
PCB/PBB's...................................................... C09)
amides, amines, imides.......................................... Lj(0)
plastizers.....................................................Li Cl)
resins ........................................................ t (72)
elastomers.....................................................LI (73)
solvents polar (except water) ..................................LI (74)
carbontetrachloride ............................................L" (75)
trichloroethylene ..............................................LI (76)
other solvents nonpolar ........................................LI (77)
solvents halogenated aliphatic...................................L (78)
solvents halogenated aromatic ...................................L (79) L1J(8
oils and oil sludges............................................L (10)esters and ethers...............................................LI (11.)
alcohols ......................................................L (12)
ketones & aldehydes .............................................L (13)
dioxins........................................................ (14)
Inorganics ........................................................L (15)
salts ......................................................... LI (16)
mercaptans.....................................................Li (17)
Misc .............................................................. Li(18)
pharmaceutical wastes...........................................LI (19)
paints & pigments ..............................................Li (20)
catalysts (eg. vanadiun, platinumn, palladium).......................1I (21)
asbestos.......................................................L (2C2)
shock sensitive wastes (eg. nitrated toluenes).................... LI (23)
air water reactive wastes (eg. P4, alumdnxn chloride)..............Li(4













APPENDIX E


WASTE DISPOSAL SITE DIRECTORY
The following is a directory of the 3,383* waste disposal sites identified in the Subcommittee's survey. These sites are listed alphabetically by town/city for each state. There is also a cross-reference index at the end of the directory which lists the sites alphabetically by name.
It is emphasized that these 3,383 sites, as reported to the Subcommittee, represent onhy those locations used for disposal of chemical process wastes since 1950 (or earlier) by the 1,605 plant facilities of the 53 largest domestic chemical companies. This directory does not represent the complete list of all waste disposal sites in the United States which have been used over the years by other chemical companies and other waste-generating industrial groups.
It is further emphasized-and should be clearly understood by the reader-that these are waste disposal sites, not necessarily hazardowu waste disposal sites. Not all reported waste would necessarily produce ft hazardous site. Moreover, neither the exact quantity of any particular chemical component in the waste disposed nor the condition of the site itself is known. Thus, these sites do not necessarihy pose threats to public health or the environment.
The Subcommittee cannot attest to the accuracy of the information contained in this directory. The data was compiled and reported to the Subcommittee by the 1,605 facilities participating in the survey. In a number of instances, the information is based on facility employees' recollections of waste disposal practices many years ago. rather than on corporate records. In addition, while standardized instructions on data collection were provided to all participating facilities. some variability in interpretation of questions on the survey forms could be expected. It should also be noted that the information contained in this directory was furnished from the prospective of the individual plant facilities and may be somewhat limited or incomplete in certain instances, based on the extent of knowledge of the reporting facility.
Finally, in any survey of this magnitude the possibility of human error in compiling, reporting. coding, keypunching and computerizing the information must be taken into consideration.
Descriptive data for each site includes:
(1) whether the site is, or is not. located on property of a chemical plant facility participating in the survey
(2) years the site is known to have been used for disposal
(3) ownership of off-site facilities
*The directory actually contains 3,379 sites. Four sites are not listed since no Identifying data was furnished on them by the reporting facilities.
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(4) whether sites are still being used or are closed
(5) amount (by weight) of chemical process waste disposed at on-8ite facilities since 1950 (or earlier, if known) ; amounts of chemical process waste disposed at off -site facilities are not furnished since such sites could very well include waste produced by other generators
(6) general identity of chemical components of waste disposed at the site (Note: To repeat ... the exact quantity of any particular chemical component in the waste disposed at each site is unknown.)
(7) disposal method (s) used at the site














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ALABAMA WASTE DISPOSAL SITE DIRECTORY ALABAMA



BAY MINETTE BOLON PROPERTY, PABJN ROAD 36507

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PPOPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATION IN SUR VEFY, BUT IS KCWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1970 TO 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OCNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL CC'DANr INCLUDED IN THIS SUR.EY. SITE IS :NO LOSEP IN USE. C EM!CAL COCNONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AO TPACE METALS NOED OPGANICALLY AND INOGANICALLYJ, OCPGANICS, INOlGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATEPIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


BAY MINETTE CITY OF BAY MINETTE-CITY DUMP, WEST 7TH STREET 36507

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPROM 1971 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EODED ORGANICALLY AND IOPSGA'lICALLY), ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANECUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


BAY MINETTE E.R. BRANTLEY LAND FILL, NEWPORT PARKWAY 36507

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PPCROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DURING 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY FRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INGORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


BAY MINETTE KILLCPREASE RD. LAND FILL (CITY, STOCKTON WHY. & KILLCREASE RD. 36507

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNtlOW TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1970. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY FRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1973. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BC ;DED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INOPSANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND INCINERATION.


BAY MINETTE RED HILL LAND FILL, DOBSON AVE. 36507

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROCM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS SECONDEDD ORGANICALLY AND INCPGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MOO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


BESSEMER BESSEMER PLANT, PO BOX 190 35020

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM' 1025 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPRUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 100 HUNPED TONS. CHEMICAL COM-CENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INt;ORGANICALLY), OPGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


BESSEMER BY-PRODUCT LAKE, P.O. BOX 752 35020

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FCR DISPOSAL FROM 1978 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1Q78 WAS REPORTED AS 1 HUNDRED TCNS. CHEMICAL COMO'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OCGANICS AND INCOGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


BESSEMER JEFFERSON COUNTY LANDFILL-JOHN, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 35020

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY. BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1978 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INCOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPCSED.









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BESSEMER WASTE DUMP, P.O. BOX 752 35020

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1940 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNfT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 78 HUNIORED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTPIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


BESSEMER WOODWARD TAR PLANT, P.O. BOX 752 35020

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1915 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE APE UNKNOWN. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, INCINERATION AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


BIRMINGHAM ALLIED CHEMICAL CORPORATION, CENTER STREET, WYLAM HEIGHTS 35224

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY O CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1956. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN
CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE
LANDFILL AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


BIRMINGHAM DOLIMITE, TIN MILL ROAD 35224

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1948 TO 1950. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS ND LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1953. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


BIRMINGHAM EDGEWATER, CANADA & JAMAICA STREETS, EDGEWATER 35224

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LO14GER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1978. CHEMICAL
COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


BIRMINGHAM NEW GEORGIA LANFILL, 47TH STREET, NORTH 35207

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNO;4N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


BIRMINGHAM SHANNON LANDFILL, SHANNON ROAD,JEFFERSON COUNTY,B'HAM DIST 35226

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1973. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND0 TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


BIRMINGHAM SWIFT AGRI. CHEMICALS CORP. 3700 FOURTEENTH AVENUE NORTH 35206

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1976. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 4 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL,
PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, INCINERATION, TREATMENT ( EG. : NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.




















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ALABAMA WASTE DISPOSAL SITE DIRECTORY ALABAMIA



DECATUR PLANT, BOX 2204 35602

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AN4D TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION AND REPROCESSING AND/OP RECYCLING.


DEMOPOLIS CITY n~lMP AT COMPTON PLACE, ROUTE 1, HIGHWAY 80 WEST 36732

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1963 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONC:ERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND INCINERATION.


DEMOPOLIS CITY OF DEMOPOLIS DUMP, F0 1, MCDOWELL FERRY 36732

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1974.. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY' PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGAN7CS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHOS OF
DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND INCINERATION.


DEMOPOLIS DEMOPP'LIS CITY DUMP (LAGOON), MCDOWELL FERRY ROAD 36732

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BO';DED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


DEMOPOLIS DEMOPOLIS PLANT, MARENGO COUNTY 57 36732

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 700 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


DEMOPOLIS PLANT SITE, LOCK AND DAM ROAD 36732

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 5 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, INCINERATION AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


DOLIMITE CARTER PROPERTY, ROUTE 8 35061

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1971 TO 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.







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DOLOMITE EDWARDS PROPERTY, DENNISON AVE. 35061

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1971 TO 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


DOTHAN SWIFT AGRI. CHEMICALS CORP., 1401 EAST BURDESHAW ST. 36301

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1965 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 42 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


EMELLE CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, STATE HIGHWAY 17

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 595.34 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE
INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TIACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL) LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CD-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, LAND FARMIN^3, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION), REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


FACKLER CROW MOUNTAIN LANDFILL, CROW MOUNTAIN ROUTE 1 35746

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHOS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


FAIRFIELD FAIRFIELD CITY DUMP, CHEROKEE & CREST DRIVE 35064

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FCR DISPOSAL FROM 1930 TO 1952. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


FLORENCE INTERNTL MINERAL&CHEMICAL CORP, CORNER COMMERCE & UNION STS. 35631

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL, BUT FOR AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY). METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


FOLEY FOLEY, SOUTH BAY STREET 36535

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1961 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE ARE UNKNOWN. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CD-DISPOSED.


FOLEY FOLEY, SOUTH BAY STREET 36535

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OP USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE ARE UNKNOWN. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.

















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MONTGOMERY CITY OF MONTGOMERY LAND FILL, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 36101

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN 5URVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY O,NED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CDMP)CNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


MONTGOMERY CRENSHAW CO., ALA LAND FILL, HYWAY 331

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COtPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


MONTGOMEPY PLANT FACILITY, 1415 LOUISVILLE STREET 36101

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1925 TO 1q79. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOIT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 4 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND LAND
FARMING.


MULGA OSBORNE, STAR ROUTE 35118

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DURING 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND ItORGANICALLY), CPG NICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


MUSCLE SHOALS MUSCLE SHOALS PLANT, WILSON DAM ROAD 35660

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOYW TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1971 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPCUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.73 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AN INORGANICALLY). METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


PARRISH GULF OIL CHEMICALS COMPANY, RT. 2 BOX 445C 35580

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPOM 1977 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPCUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.33 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


PENNINGTON STAUFFER CHEMICAL CO, P.O. BOX 3357 HWY 114 36916

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 388 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PO1DS AND LAGOONS.


PLEASANT GROVE ALLIED CHEMICAL CORPORATION, PLEASANT GROVE ROAD & ENSLEY-PLEASANT GR 35127

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DURING 1956. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED PARTY. SITE IS NO LOSER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPO'NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS IBONDED O GAPNICALLY AND INOPGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.














ALABAMA WASTE DISPOSAL SITE DIRECTORY ALABAMA



PLEASANT GROVE THOMAS DOBBS PROPERTY, DOGWOOD LANE 35127

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1964. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN
CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


PLEASANT GROVE WYLAM HEIGHTS, PLEASANT GROVE AND MAIN STREET 35127

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1975. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BO DED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


SARALAND BRUNSON CLAY PIT, CELESTE ROAD 36571

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING G USED. CHEMICAL CCMPON:ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONCED OPGANICALLY ANDO IN'RGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AN'D DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


SCOTTSSORO SCOTTSBCOO PLANT, HIGHWAY 79 BY-PASS 35768

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 9 HUNDRED TO'S. CHEMICAL CONtONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


SHEFFIELD PLANT LANDFILL, P.O. BOX 1000 WILSON DAM ROAD 35660

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1955 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 600 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INCPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


THEODORE BROWNITNG-FERRIS INDUSTRIES, MOBIL OIL CORPORATION

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL CO:PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE CGANICS AND IOC7GANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND OTHER UNCATAGOPIZED METHODS.


THEODORE MOBILE FACILITY, P.O. BOX 629 PANGELINE ROAD 36582

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 71 HUNDOPED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BC'ED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.














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CASA GRANDE PINAL COUNTY DUMP, 1601 SOUTH CHU CHU PD, 300 EAST 4TH ST 8522

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPPTICIPATIING IN SUPREY, BUT IS VOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPOM 197 TO 1979. AT TIlE OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWNED. SITE IS STILL EEING USED. CHEMICAL CO,'PCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ID'OPGAN1CS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH M-NICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


MESA MESA APIZONAFACILITY, 2200 WEST 8OAODWAY 85201

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SUP/EY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPOM 1974 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEI',G USED. AM NT CF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT PEPCTED. CHEMICAL COOPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OCGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATASCPIZED METHODS.


PHOENIX CITY OF PHOENIX LANDFILL, 15TH AVE & LOWER BUCKEYE RD 85007

SITE IS NOT LOCATED CN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIPATING IN SU!7'EY, BUT IS KN ,WN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPCM 1953 TO 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY ONED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE I CLUDE 07 ANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNIICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.








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BATESVILLE ARKANSAS EASTMAN COMPANY, P.O. BOX 2357 72501

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 68 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3)t BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION AND OTHER UNCATEGORIZED METHODS.


BLYTHEVILLE EFFLUENT LAGOONS, HIGHWAY 18 EAST (7 MILES) 72315

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE
DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


CROSSETT GEORGIA PACIFIC LUMBER PLANT, HIGHWAY 82

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1935 TO 1964. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND INCINERATION.


EL DORADO ARKANSAS CHEMICALS, INC., RT 6* BOX 98 71730

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 164 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


EL DORADO EL DORAD09 BOX 299 71730

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1951 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 21 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, AND INCINERATION.


EL DORADO EL DORADO CHEMICAL PLANT, HIGHWAY SEVEN SPUR NORTH 71730

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1942 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1 HU14DRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY). METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


EL DORADO ENERGY SYSTEM COMPANY, PO BOX 1975 71730

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN
CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3)v BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOCINS, DEEP WELL INJECTION, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION), REPROCESSING ANO/OR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


















ARKANSAS WASTE DISPOSAL SITE DIRECTORY ARKANSAS



NORTH LITTLE POCK ARKANSAS WASTE LANDFILL, RIXEY ROAD 72114

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIPATIN'G IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNON TO HAVE
BEEN USED FCP DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS C~NED BY PRIVATE CCNCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COPAN Y INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEIES USED. CHEMICAL CC"F'NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPSANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


NORTH LITTLE POCK PBRUSHY ISLAND, RIXEY EXIST 72116

SITE IS NOT LOCATED CN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SULPVEY, BUT IS KN F N TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS C'NED B PRIVATE CC.CEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL CC'PANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEINGS USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


NORTH LITTLE ROCK LANDFILL, 2200 E 5TH ST 72115

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PPARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNDON TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEI G USED. AMO'JNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPOCLUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 3 HU'.DPRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), ORGANICS, INO-ANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MOND INDUSTRIAL WASTE LAtDFILL AND MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


NORTH LITTLE ROCK PLANT FACILITY, 2201 EDMONDS ST. 72117

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM' 1906 TO 1975. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSEO OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 24 HUpyED TONS. CHEMICAL CC"PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EBONDED CPGANICALLY AND INO GANICALLY), ORGANICS AND IORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, POUNDS AND LASOONS, LAND FARMING AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


NORTH LITTLE POCK STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY, 824 EAST 12TH STREET 72115

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNW N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1977. SITE IS NO0 LCNSEP IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS PEFPORTED AS 0.2 HU' .DPED TCNS. CHEMICAL COCPO-'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND INCINERATION.


PINE BLUFF ALLIED CHEMICAL CORPORATION, 1000 FAIR FIELD ROAD 71613

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNO;N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1958 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1Q78 WAS REPCTED AS 12 HUNPED TONS. CHEMICAL CCMPOcNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORPG1ICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


PINE BLUFF CHALNETT PLANTATION, OFF FAIR FIELD ROAD, 3 MILES EAST OF ALL 71601

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DUPING 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPOCN',ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGAN:CALLY) AND .INOPANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, POCDS AND LAGOONS.


PINE BLUFF STRATTON FARMS, OFF FAIRFIELD PD, 1.6 MILES NORTH OF ALL 71601

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNO N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DURING 1967. AT TIME OF USE. SITE WAS C WNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL CO"IPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL CCOMPO'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED O GANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INCOANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.







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PINE BLUFF STRATTON FARMS, 1.5 MILES NORTH OF ALLIED PLANT ON FAIRF 71601

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


RUSSELLVILLE RUSSELLVILLE CITY DUMP, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 72801

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WEST MEMPHIS CHEMFORM CORPORATION, P.O. BOX 1745 72301

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOIN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O'NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH FH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF
DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/CR RECYCLING.


WEST MEMPHIS GUPLEY OIL COMPANY, SOUTH 8TH STREET 72301

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


WEST MEMPHIS WEST MEMPHIS CITY LANDFILL, NORTHWEST OF CITY 72301

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1970 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WEST MEMPHIS WEST MEMPHIS CITY LANDFILL, SOUTH EIGHT STREET 72301

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COrPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WEST MEMPHIS WEST MEMPHIS CITY LANDFILL, SOUTHWEST OF CITY 72301

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL CCMPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.





































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ALBANY ALBANY LANDFILL CO., FOOT OF BUCHANAN STREET

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1460 TO 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAP CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SW.Ei. SITE IS STILL EEIG USED. CHEMICAL COMPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPCSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BO'ED OOSANICALLY AND INCOGANICALLY), I'CEGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MI/ED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANOF ILL.


ALVISO 9 PAP DUMP, LOS ESTEPOS PD.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CONEO BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAf CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL EEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPC'ENTS OF WASTE JISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INOGANICALLYI, OCGANICS, INCOGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


ANAHEIM NATIONAL DISTILLERS & CHEMICAL, 1045 NORTH KEMP ST 92805

SITE IS LOCATED ON FPCROPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 4 HUMORED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPGSANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGOPIZED METHODS.


ANTIOCH ANTIOCH DISPOSAL SITE, PESO COSTO RD.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNON TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 194:,2 TO 1974. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAI CHEMICAL CClPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH FH < 3), BASE SOLUTIO'IS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METAL! AND TRACE METALS ENDEDD CGANICALLY A'D INCPGAICALLY), CPG:NICS, INC GA.CS A'ND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATEPIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MO:O IDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED I' USTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


ANTIOCH ANTIOCH WORKS, BRIDGELAND ROAD 94509

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1957 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS PEPOPTED AS 197 HU'DED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BO DED CPRGANICALLY AND I ORGANICALLY O UNICS, INCGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DEEP WELL INJECTION.


AUBURN AUBSUPN SANITARY LANDFILL, SHALE RIDGE LANE 95603

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPCM 1966 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAI CHEMICAL CC"PANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


AZUSA AZUSA RECLAMATION CO., 1201 W. GLADSTONE BLVD. 91702

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM Q1%5 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED B PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAt CHEMICAL COMPANi INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METAL! AND TRACE METALS (ONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORCPGANICALLY), CPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MC O INDUSTRIAL WASTE LAID'OFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, ORUiMED WASTE LANDFILL, LAN FILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, FONDS AND LAGOONS AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.








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AZUSA OIL & SOLVENT PROCESS COMPANY, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 91702

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1970 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHCDS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


AZUSA PARADISE LAKE, 1001 N. TODD AVE. 91702

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1944 TO 1971. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 7.51 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


BAKERSFIELD ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CORP, 3040 19TH SUITE 10 93301

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


BENICIA IT ENVIRONMENTAL OF SOLANO COIJ, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 94510

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CO 1PCNENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORG3NICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MlATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


BERKELEY BERKELEY LANDFILL CO., FOOT OF UNIVERSITY AVENUE

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), INOPGA4ICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


BLYTHE RIVERSIDE COUNTY DUMP-BLYTHE S, 4080 LEMON STREET 92250

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OW'NED. SITE Is STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


BREA BREA-OLINDA CANYON DUMP, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL
BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


CALABASAS CALABASAS, UNKNOWN

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTICNS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND DEEP WELL INJECTION.







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CARSOn( ALAMEDA. 22700 S. ALAMEDA STREET

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNO TO HAVE
BEEN LSED FOR DISPOSAL FPCM 1960 TO 1963. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCEPN OTHER THAN CHEMIICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS ND LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL APE NOT KNOWN.


CAPSON BORDEN CHEMICAL, 20740 S. WILMINSTCN

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATION IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1961. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.26 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANIC. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDJFIlL, AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


CARSON CAL COMPACT, MAIN ST

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 191 TO 1967. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LO',GEP IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY),
ORGANICS AND INCRGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


CARSON CAL. COMPACT, 1901 S. MAIN STREET

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1960. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


CAPSON L A COUNTY JOINT WATER POLLUTI, 24501 SOUTH FIGUOPA

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY ANO INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DEEP WELL INJECTION AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


COALINGA BIG BLUE HILLS CLASS I SITE, 13 MILES NORTH OF COALINGA

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DPUMED WASTE LANDFILL.


COALINGA COALINGA CLASS I DUMP, WORTHEN CANYON RD 93210

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL
INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


COALINGA KETTLEMAN HILLS, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 93210

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1978 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL CCMPAN( INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DRUMMED WASTE
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COLTON COLTON, 291 W. ADAMS ST. 92324

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1971. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL CC!PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


COLTON COLTON LANDFILL SITE NO. 8, LACADENA & TROPICO RANCHO RD. 92324

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPCM 1967 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OW 4ED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE I3 CO-DISPOSED.


COLTON USS CHEMICALS, 291 WEST ADAMS STREET 92324

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 54.07 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COCPCNIENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION.


COMMERCE RANDOLPH REFINERY, 5621 RANDOLPH ST.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COmPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


COMPTON MSTR LUBRICANTS-DEMENNO RESERV, 2000 N. ALAMEDA

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMCPNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL APE NOT KNOWN.


COULTON SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY LANDFILL, LA CADENA AVE. & TROPICO RANCHO ROAD 92324

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1970 TO 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


DEL REY DEL REY, DEL REY AVE NEAR AMERICAN AVE

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1966. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CW'IED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1969. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED IfDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


DELANO KERN COUNTY DUMP, WOOLOMES RD 93215

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.







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EAGLE POCK SCHULL DUIP CLASS I, 7721 N. FIGUEROA

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KN OWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWCED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMP CENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE IOoGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MITED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


EAST PALO ALTO ROMIC CHEMICAL CO, 2081 BAY ROAD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE EEEN USED FC DISPOSAL IN 1978 AT LATEST. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CO CONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INRCGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


EL MACERO FMC RESEARCH FARM, MACE PD AT PUTAH CREEK 95618

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED CF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.67 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


EL SEGLUNDO EL SEGUNDO WORKS, 850 SO. SEPULVEDA BLVD. 90245

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS K OWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1920 TO 1973. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 431 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPC NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BOECNIDED ORGANICALLY AND ItCGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AfD) MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MOO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


FONTANA SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY LANDFILL, HIGHLAND AVENUE AND SIERRA AVE. 92335

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OW':ED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


FREMONT EAST BAY DISPOSAL CO., THE END OF DURHAM ROAD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEI',3 USED. CHEMICAL COCMPNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EC'OED ORGANICALLY AND INOCGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DPRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


FREMONT FREMONT PLANT, 41100 BOYCE RD. 94538

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


FRESNO CHEM-SERVE, 3864 EAST PICO 92730

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1970 TO 1974. AT TIME CF USE, SITE WAS OCNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CCMPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLU DE INCINERATION AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.








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FRESNO FRESNO, 2501 S SUNLAND AVE 93717

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1931 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 601.79 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF
WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BCNDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AN'D LAGOONS, INCINERATION AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


FRESNO ORANGE AVE. DISPOSAL SITE, 3280 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. 93709

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DPUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, INCINERATION AND REPROCESSING AtND/O RECYCLING.


HAYWARD HAYWARD PLANT, 25500 "HITESELL STREET 94544

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 30 HU:DRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPON'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


HOLLISTER JOHN SMITH SOLID WASTE SITE, JOHN SMITH RD 95023

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DUPING 1973. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWN;ED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INCPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL APE NOT KNOWN.


IMPERIAL IMPERIAL COUNTY DUMP, WORTHINGTON RD 92251

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWNED. SITE IS STILL BEINGS USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL
INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPFSED.


INDUSTRY CITY OF INDUSTRY PLANT, NINTH & DON JULIAN ROAD 91749

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1965 TO 1979. SITE IS NO LCOSEP IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 600 HUNDRED TC'5. CHEMICAL COMPC 'iENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BCN,'DED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), OCGANICS, IlOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION), REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING, AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


INGLEWOOD INGLEWOOD PLANT, 5855 WEST CENTINGLA

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM iq47 TO 1962. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 14 HUN;:DPED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PODS AND LAGOONS.


IRVINE COYOTE CANYON (ORANGE CO DISPO, COYOTE CANYON 92664

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.







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IPWIt;OALE NU-WAY INDUSTRIES PUBLIC LA',Dr, 400 E. LIVE OAK 91706

':TE IS ';')T LC --TEC CP CHEMICAL PL-m';T PIPTICIPATIN3 IN VEY, EUT 'IS TO HAVE
-5 T3 1-1. AT TI":7 C "C',--EP14 CTHE3 THAN
-"'S :5 STILL LSEO. C' :CAL C--:L',-1 7S CF 6*S-,E
0 Z D '- THIS SITE ",--L'-]E MET- :)S :P I -'LUDE M. EO WASTE LA ,::FILL.


KEP '.AN CITY DUMP, AMERICAN AiE'-%-,'ITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PPC;7E:-TY OF CHEMICAL Pl--"IT P-'PTICIPATING :'I SJ"?'VEY, BUT IS TO HAVE E F E'l ,'SEO FCI -- :- --- - F f -- I 7 3 1 65. AT T:"--- '-- cE, SITE '-'S F-ELICL SITE :5 PZSS--ELY
Cc CLCS--:). C,----:CtL 'lCl" ---"-'--1,7S Cc WASTE AT THIS SITE :',--L'---E C7:7-ICS
.11' ---S CF OISFC7AL INCLL7E Ml' ED INCUSTPIAL WASTE L-NOFILL AND LANDFILL IN "'-4::H rj!,ICIPAL W-'STE IS CC-O:--FO5EO.


KETTLEMAN ENVIPO"ENTAL DISPOSAL SERVICES, KETTLEMAN HILLS

SITE IS NOT LCC-'TED ON PPOPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SUOVEf, BUT IS TO H.".E
SEEN USED FOR FPOM 11?75 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS BY PpIl.lATE C-li---;Z THA14
CHE-:1-AL CC, PA T IN THIS SUPVEf. SITE IS STILL BEI S USED. C-E!IICAL CF -;--,STE
AT THIS SITE :'-L'JDE ACID SCLUTICN'S (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLL-1--.3 IWITH PH > 121, HE, f METALS A.',D - :E METALS C17SINICALLY Al:O INOPCANICALLY), C= G!N:CS, At,D MIS'-ELL41 --C' S WASTE MATEQ7AL. -ETHCOS OF Z:SPCSAL ll;CLUCE MIXED It,3USTPIAL WASTE LA''DFILL, WASTE L-IDFILL, PITS, PO.40S AND LACOCNS, LAND FAPMING At;D TPEAT,-ENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


KETTLEMAN HILLS LWO/KETTLEMAN CITY, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS OT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT P4PTICIPATING IN '--zVEY, F'JT IS 70 HAVE
"EE',' US7 FC -' 01 "OSAL FPC'l 1977 TO 1179. AT Tlt!T OF USE, SITE WAS e PP-.ATE C-HEP THAN
-L C" ; i II:CLUCED IIN THIS SL, EY SITE IS STILL EEIN3 USED. CF "-,57E
-- T-:S SITE ,ZLL:E t:::D -DLJ71CNS (WITH PH < 3), EASE SOLUTI ',S (WITH ;7-i > 12), HEA., -T-LS
::-,-E :'ETALS t' :) llC C-":TCALLY), A,',:
"- TE7 -AL. rET 17:)S CF C:5*7CSAL 1 ,:LLDE MC' O It,'7USTPIAL WASTE tlIXED 11 7JSTP:AL WASTE LA ;-"-LL,
,2.-'lE0 WASTE L, ;DFILL, PITS, F'C,'CS At,'O LA: CC S At,O OTHER U'.'CATAGC:;IZEO METHODS.


LATHROP CONCENTRATOR PONDS, 16777 HOWLAND AVE 195330

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT P4?TICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOW'4 TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FP:l l;64 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. At CLNT OF CHEMICAL 'C7ESS W'STE
OIS=--'ED OF AT THIS SITE THt C'JGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 30 TC 4S. CHEMICAL CP 4!STE
AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOL'JTICI:S (WITH PH > 1:1, AND
t HCZ)S OF DISPOSAL
',E T INCLUDE PITS, PC';DS AND LAGOONS AND REPROCESSING ANDc- RELATH;CP FERTILIZER PLANT POND COOLING, 16777 HOWLAND AVE 95330

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN "t-0 IS TO H-VE EEEN
USED FOR DIS;:3SAL FPCM 1976 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. OF CHEMICAL P ESS W'S7t
C'-P-- ED OF T THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL CO IPO .ENTS OF WASTE Ull' ;70SEO AT THIS S7TE : ,CLUDE EASE SZOLUTICNS (WITH PH > 12) F 'Y
;4 'TH T4 < 3 ), p '. 1',) TRACE METALS
!t------,:CALLY), C-:GA 4:CS AtZ INCPGJANICS. MET ----S C= C: -OSA-L :14CLUDE PITS, ;7C',-S 41:0
A! O/C? RECYCLING.


LATHPOP LATHROP, CALIFORNIA FACILITY, 1300 EAST LOUISE AVENUE 95330

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND 15 KN 'WN TO HAVE BEEN L-D F,::' DISPOSAL FPC'l 1975 TO 1979. SITE IS NO LCNSEP IN USE. ANCU!4T OF CIE'I'C-L P; ,--ESS V,!.STE
1 0 OF AT THIS SITE THPC'-'C-H 1978 WAS PEPCPTEO AS 0.0' HU .'CPED Tc' 'S. Cv WASTE
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AT THIS SITE I ,CLUCE :NC=GANICS. tIETHCCS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE tlc llo '- STPIAL W-5TE L- 7FILL.


LATHROP OLD FIPEPC*10, 16777 HCWLANO AVE 95330

SITE IS '-- :ATED ON PROPERTY C CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING 1'4 S, '.'EY A ,!' 'S YNOWN TO EEEN USED F 7' FP3M lq53 TO lf'-a, SITE IS N LO! ---Ep IN USE. --C-' T CF C"E-:C4L V7C:ESS W-STE
T TH:5 SITE WAS f ')T CHF"'74L CC"PC 4ENTS OF !T T"15 S:TE :',CLUDE
1Z), 'z --E T LS
(WITH PH < 3), 1E,
-ALLY), M-T ;7--S Or' L F NO
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LATHROP WASTE POND, 16777 HOWLAND AVE 95330

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATION IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1964 TO 1979. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMCUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1,116 HUNDREO TONS. CHEMICAL CC! PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), OPGNICS A',ND INCZGAUICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


LINDEN FOOTHILL SANITARY LANDFILL, 6584 WAVERLY RD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FOR AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INCRGANICS AND MISCELLA ,EOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MjNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND PITS, POUNDS AND LAGOONS.


LONE PINE BARTLETT PLANT, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL, BUT FOR AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME. SITE IS NO LO',JER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1966. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS
OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE ARE UNKNOWN. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


LONG BEACH DOMINGUEZ PLANT-CLOSED, 20720 S. WILMINGTON AVE. 90810

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1928 AT EARLIEST. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMO'UNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL CC FICNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS ECONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), OPGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANECJS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


LONG BEACH DOMINGUEZ PLANT-OPEN, 20720 S. WILMINGTON AVE. 90810

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1928 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMC :NT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 120 HUDPED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY ANDO IN;RGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INCOGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DPUMED WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AN4D LAGOONS.


LONG BEACH LONG BEACH, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1970. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


LONG BEACH MONSANTO LONG BEACH, 6251 N PARAMOUNT BLVD 90805

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1965. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.01 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), CRGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.








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LONG BEACH TCL, NON-AVAILABLE

SITE IS NOT LOCATED 0N PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DURING 1970. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CW'ED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED PARTY. SITE IS NO L0'SER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL APE NOT KNCKN.


LONG BEACH / L A UNKNOWN, TEPRMINAL HWY.CPOSSING ANAHEIM ST.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED OPGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL APE NOT KNOWN.


LOS ANGELES CAPRI TANK FARM, 3128 WHITTIER BLVD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1978. CHEMICAL CC'PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DPUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


LOS GATOS OLIN COPP, DAVES 95030

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1941 TO 1956. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


MADERA MADERA COUNTY DUMP #1, AVE 16 AND RD 24 93637

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND INCINERATION.


MADERA MADERA COUNTY DUMP #11, RD 19 AND AVE 24 93637

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE bEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


MADERA MADERA PLANT, 24778 AVE 13 93637

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 29 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, INCINEPATION AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


MAPTINEZ ACME LANDFILL CORPORATION, END OF ARTHUR ROAD 94553

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN4 USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL CCF1PAN( INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AtD INORGANICALLY), CPGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, OPU MED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND PEPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.







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MARTINEZ AVON PLANT, 1777 MONSANTO WAY 94553

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1953 AT EARLIEST. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1967. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THRO'JGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 75 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL
COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITSi PONDS AND LAGOONS.


MARTINEZ IT ENVIRONMENTAL OF CONTRA COS, EAST END-ARTHUR ROAD 94553

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS', INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


MARTINEZ MARTINEZ REGENERATION SULFURIC, 100 MOCOCO ROAD 94553

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 20 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED
ORGANICALLY AND INCRGANICALLY)t ORGANICS AND 1NORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATEGORIZED METHODS.


MARTINEZ SHELL OIL COMPANY, P 0 BOX 711 94553

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN
USED FOR DISPOSAL DUPING 1973. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 20 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND INCINERATION.


MARTINEZ SRO INC TREATMENT PLANT, EAST END ARTHUR RD 94553

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1979 AT LATEST. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


MENLO PARK MENLO PARK DISPOSAL FACILITY, MARSH ROAD 94070

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12)t HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), CPGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


MODESTO MODESTO PLANT, 1200 BARIUM RD 95352

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1928 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE
BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.







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MODESTO MODESTO SAND AND GRAVEL, 6137 HAMMET RD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FO0 DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1974. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OC.NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COCMPOCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOCSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12J AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


MOJAVE FLETA (R.R. SIDING), 11601 UNITED 93501

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED CF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSE AT THIS SITE INCLUDE MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PCODS AND LAGOONS.


MOJAVE ONSITE EVAPORATION PONDS, 12701 UNITED STREET 93501

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 3,500 HUNDRED TCNS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


MOJAVE ONSITE LANDFILL, 12701 UNITED STREET 93501

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1969 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PFPOCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1 HUN'CPED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


MONTEBELLO ABONDONED OIL WELL, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1951 TO 1959. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OC"ED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED PARTY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED CPGANICALLY AND INCPGANICALLY), ORGANICS AN'D MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DEEP WELL INJECTION.


MONTEREY PARK MONTEREY PARK DUMP, 900 NORTH POTRERO GRANDE DRIVE 01754

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, EUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1943 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CC MPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE S2LUTIC;S (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY ANDO INOPGANICALLY), O=GANICS, INCOGAJICS AN'D MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED I'.USTPIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DOPUMM,'IED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND PITS, PC'.DS AND LAGOONS.


MORGAN HILL PLANT SITE, 425 TENNANT 95037

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY CF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FCR DISPOSAL FRCM 1956 TO 1970. SITE IS NO LO':SER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL P'CESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPCPORTED AS 4 HUN':ED TONS. CHEMICAL C'O'.ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INOPGANICS ANJ MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS CF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND INCINEPATION.


MOUNTAIN PASS UNION OIL COMPANY OF CALIF, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 92366

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SU VEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMCU'"T OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS PEPCPTED AS 16,200.3 HU'.DPED TONS. CHEMICAL CO^MPDNNTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS A D ToACE METALS C'.!DED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), RADIOACTIVE RESIDUES (WITH OVER 50 PICO-CLPIES PEP GCRAM) AND IOGGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.








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MOUNTAIN VIEW MOUNTAIN VIEW LANDFILL, SHORELINE PARK 94040

SITE IS NOT LOCATED CN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1979 AT LATEST. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CCMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS
(BONDED ORGANICALLY AD INOGANICALLY) AND INCPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPCSED.


NEWARK COLUMBUS COATED FABRICS, 38083 CHERRY STREET 94560

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN
USED FCOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1974. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CH EMICAL COCM'POCNENTS CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (ECNDED OCGANICALLY AND INCOSANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS CF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


NEWARK MAGNESIA PLANT, ENTERPRISE DRIVE 94560

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1929 TO 1968. SITE IS PCSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPOCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIC'3 (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (ECOTED CPSANICALLY AND INCPGANICALLY), CPG 1ICS, INCSGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LA,'DFILL AND DRUMUED WASTE LAN DFILL.


NEWARK NEWARK-PHOSPHATE PLANT, 8787 ENTERPRISE DRIVE 94560

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNCON TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMCVNT OF CHEMICAL P:OCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 34 HUNDRED TOCS. CHEMICAL CCMOCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUT:ONS (WITH FPH < 3 BASE SOLUTICNS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (ECBNDED C7GANICALLY AND INORGPSANICALLY), CGANICS, INR A' :CS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISCOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOOnS AND REPROCESSING AND/9OR RECYCLING.


NEWBERRY SPRINGS NEWBEPRY DUMP, HIGHWAY 66 AND MT. VIEW 92365

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DUING 1966. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCSGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


NEWBERRY SPRINGS NEWBERRY PLANT, MT. VIEW AND PIONEER ROADS 92365

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATI'G IN SURVEY A4' IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEIN3 USED. AtOUNT CF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS PEPOTED AS 170 HL CPED TCS. CHEMICAL CCM=CE 4TS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EOCDED CORGA'ICALLY AND ITOGAIICALLY) AND INCORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LA',DFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGCCNS.


NORTH BAKERSFIELD ROUND MTN DISPOSAL SITE, ROUND MOUNTAIN ROAD 93308

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCON TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OCNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CCP:'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BODED ORGANICALLY AND I'NGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND IN;ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL A 'D REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


OAKLAND BAY CITY DISPOSAL, 2601 PERALTA BLVD.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O'NED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED PARTY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED C RGANICALLY AND INOPRGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.








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ONTARIO MILLIKEN SITE #1, MILLIKEN AND HIGHWAY 60 91782

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CW'IED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED PARTY. SITE IS STILL EEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT i NOWN.


ONTARIO SAN BERNAPDINO COUNTY LANDFILL, MILLIKEN AVENUE AT HIGHWAY 60 91761

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OL-!NED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE CPGAIICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


OROVILLE FEATHER RIVER PLANT, P.O. BOX 351 BAGGETT-MARYSVILLE RD. 95965

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNCI4 TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1955 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.5 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND LAND FARMING.


OXNARD CARNEY & SON LAND FILL INC., 5085 W. FIFTH STREET 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


OXNARD COUNTY OF VENTURA LANDFILL, GONZALES RD 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPOt,'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL
INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


OXNARD DIAMOND SHAMROCK CORPORATION, 6000 ARCTURUS AVENUE 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DUPING 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL CO!IPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12) AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


OXNARD DIAMOND SHAMROCK CORPORATION, 6000 ARCTURUS AVENUE 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DUPING 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL APE NOT KNOWN.


OXNARD DIAMOND SHAMROCK CORPORTION, 6000 ARCTUPUS AVENUE 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1973. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CO"'PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INORGANICS. METHODS OF
DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


OXNARD DIAMOND SHAMROCK CORPORTION, 6000 ARCTURUS AVENUE 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CCIPONEtJTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INCOGNICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LAI'DFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.








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OXNARD DIAMOND SHAMROCK CORPORTION, 6000 ARCTURUS AVENUE 93030

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1970. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS HASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.3 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


OXNARD OXNARD CITY DUMP, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL
BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


OXNARD OXNARD PUBLIC DUMP, WEST GONZALES ROAD 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


OXNARD SANTA CLARA SANITARY LANDFILL, 2051 N. VENTURA ROAD 93030

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


PALO ALTO ROMIC CHEMICAL CORPORATION, 2081 BAY ROAD 94303

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWN4ED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CO,'IPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


PALOS VERDES LAND FILL #2, ADDRESS U REPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OW4NED. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


PITTSBURG BAY POINT WORKS, NICHOLS ROAD 94565

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1920 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1,187 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


PITTSBURG DOW TREATMENT FACILITY, LOVERIDGE ROAD 94565

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1965 TO 1970. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH >12). METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).








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P c ll I., A J S EC;47"S ASSOCIATES, 2040 N TCWNE AVEN"JE

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P=---CLEY S!77-, KLEEN, UI,7EPCPTEO 93654

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RICHMOND CHEVRON CHEMICAL CO., RICHMOND, 940 HENSLEY STREET 94804

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPROMC 1950 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING G USED. AM;'NT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 8,7C0 HP'RED TCS. CHEMICAL CCCN';ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (EBDODED CPGANICALLY AND INCPGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INCPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPPCROCESSIN3 AND/ICP RECYCLING.


RICHMOND HYPALON-LINED ARSENIC SULFIDE, 525 MASS AVENUE 94301

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATINGS IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPOM 1971 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PPCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGCLSH 1978 WAS PE7CTED AS 3 HUmaED TCNS. CHEMICAL COC"PCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AN;D TRACE METALS (BOECN ED ORGANICALLY AND IN ORGANICALLY) A D INOPSA'NICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGCcIZED METHODS.


RICHMOND PLANT SITE, 1415 SOUTH 47TH STREET 48S04

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN S'VEY AND' IS KNCoWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1973 AT LATEST. SITE IS NO LONSEP IN USE. AOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REcPTED AS 303 HU'-OED TCNS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), EASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED CSANICALLY AND INUCGANICALLY), INCPSANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


RICHMOND RICH OND PLANT, 855 PARR BLVD c4804

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1046 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPCRSGH 1978 WAS PEPO TED AS 45.83 HUN eE: 7CNS. CHEMICAL COMPC','ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS A',D TRACE METALS (ECNO'DED CPGANICALLY AN-D I;C G4NICALLY) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIZED INOLSTPIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PO':DS AND LAGSC'ONS, REPROCESSING AND/CP RECYCLING AN D OTHER LNCATA$SC!IZED METHODS.


RICHMOND RICHMOND WORKS, 525 CASTRO STREET 94802

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING; IN SURVEY AND IS KNOW N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1044 TO 1976. SITE IS NO LO;ER IN USE. AMOUNT CF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THOUGH 1078 WAS REPORTED AS 1 HUN:PED TONS. CHEMICAL COC'MP'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTICS (WITH FM < 3), HEAVY ,METALS AND TPLCE METALS ENDEDD ORGANICALLY AND INOGANICALLY), OC43 NICS, INO-AGNICS AND MISCELLANECUS WASTE .TEPIAL. METHODS CF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


RICHMOND WEST CONTRA COSTA COUNTY SANIT, FOOT OF PARR BLVD.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNC N TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHED THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CO'PCNE'4TS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIC';S (WITH PH > 12), HEAVf METALS AND TRACE METALS (ECONDED OCGANICALLY AND INUoGANICALLY), 0=GAN:CS, INCG':NICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE 'MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED IN~USTIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LAND'FILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PO'DS AND LAGOONS, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTPALIZATION) AN;D REPFPOCESSING AN C/COR RECYCLING.


RIVERSIDE HIGHGROVE SANITARY LANDFILL, P.O. BOX 1090 PIDGEON PASS RD. 92503

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KN N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1;67 TO 1970. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWNED. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPC NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE C-GAN ICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND INCINERATION.























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STPING;7ELlOW QUAPPY, 3940 PYRITE 92509

F :5 1 ]T LCCA-ED C i P; C7- ZTY CF IEMICAL PL-- PjtVT:C!z: ATl-,S !' --RVEY, FUT 15 TO HAVE
FD P7z F;7--Il lz- -0 1---- AT T"'-- C- SI-E "-'S C-'.---- ET F ;:.!TE CCI- EZ7'4 CTHEP THAN
jl--'--' ;72 :14 T-'S S'-'ZET. S7-E :5 ',C LC'--'P IN U E :Z4L C' WAS-E
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POLLlt:- HILLS -*LCS VEPOES LANDFILL 41, 26301 CRENSHAW %'D.

5:-E "S N')T LOCATE2 -L; czCFERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIP-T:', ; f'-7',EY. c jT 15 TO HAVE
zrEl FOO DISPOS--- F----'l 1951 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, ST7r '-'S F, C,- 'EPH OTHER THAN
T'4 THIS SUP',El. SITE IS STILL BE I S L-7D. OF W-'S-E
4- TlIS SITE -'-L:--E -' 10 ( 4ITM PH < 3), E, Sl- f.:Tll 7- > 12), HE-VY -ETALS
LS (EC',-E] -E S--,T:ALLT T
OF G:57--S-L INCLUDE :1,7USTRIAL WAS-E L-'1-7 71LL, -:,ED W-STE Ltl,-' ILL, F-LL IN 'JNICIPAL WASTE 15


POLLING HILLS ESTATE PALOS liEPOES LAND FILL NO 4, 26300 HAWTHORNE BLVD

57TE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTicrPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KHc-N TO HA 'E FFF4 U7 D FOP OT5cOSAL DURI 4'G 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY C ZcD. SITE IS tO LC* 'SEP 114 USE, CLCE-D IN 1978. CHEMICAL CC-- '4ENTS CF WASTE DIS: )SEO AT THIS SITE INCLUDE I-EAVY t'ETtLS
T ;-'-E -:TLL5 (El-'-DED C--51 i--CALLY A';:) Il ''7-ANICALLY), ll.--2' '1 7CS 0,0 MISCELLAl:--C,S "-*STE
CF DIS,-Z 5A L INCLUDE t',C'-C :';:)USTP IAL WA3TE I L' 'l 1!11)USTPIAL WAS-E Lt';:FILL* L,';-P:LL A ;?) LANDFILL IN W-7-H MVNICIPAL WASTE IS


SALINAS CRAZY HORSE SANITARY LANDFILL, CRAZY HCPSE CAN RD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PPOPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIPATI 3 7N BUT IS vl CW l TO HAVE BEE', FOP DIS ::)SAL FROM 1955 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE C,',ED. SITE 15 STILL
CC"nCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE J',ZLU--E C7- -11:S A',l r:SCELLt -22S OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXEC I1,7'JS-PIAL WASTE Lt' CFI'LL A':7) LA'ICF L 1',' I-HICH I 7 A L 7 :5 CD-CISPOSED.


SALINAS MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL SITE, DAVIS ROAD 93908

SITE IS NOT LOCATE '4 PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIPAT'-',S 1'4 51-'cVEY, EUT IS KNCW N TO wAVE
EEFLJ USED FOP CISr:5AL F1:-1 1945 TO 1( 60. AT TIME OF USE, SIT-- "-S P'-'FLICLY SITE 15 -O Lj',SEP IN LEE. CHEMICAL C7-7C'-E';7S OF WASTE DISrCSED AT THIS SITE "I CELLA',EC'Js WnSTE
-7E=T-'L- METHODS CF D: --OSAL INCLUDE MI ED lNDUSTPIAL WASTE LA ,2FILL A -: LANDFILL IN WHICH WASTE 1S CO-CISPOSEO.


SAN EEPNAPO7 ;O SAN BERN LANDFL FONT SITE NO Z, HIGHLAND AVE. & SIF9PA AVE. 102405

SITE IS '--T LCCA-ED C',' P : EOTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIPAT:1 lt SL,:; Ef, BJT IS Kt-- '4 TO HAVE BEEN USED F--7 lc :75 L ;;7'1 1---0 73 1971. AT TIME OF USE. SI7--E S S_lE :S FCSS:BLY
OPEN OP CLC ED OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS S:7E INCLUSE A',7) MISCELLAIIEOUS
WASTE MATERIAL. rE-HODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DPUt' MED WASTE LAI,DFILL.


SAN DIEGO CA MIRAMAR LANDFILL, 8100 MERCURY STREET 92111

S:TE IS NOT LOCATED Cl PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATI1,5 114 SU=)VEY, EUT IS ;CWN TO HAVE FrEl 1-5ED FOP DISPOSAL F--C'i 1973 TO 1979, AT TI 'E OF USE, SITE W!s F :EL:CLT C' :"--D. S17E IS STILL
CHEMIC", CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE -L- E ,"- S. METHC2S OF DISPOSAL
L-'- :LL IN WHI--'-i MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


FRANCISCO BAY LANDFILL EXTENDING INTO THE BA

SITE IS ',?- LC--.ATED C14 PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PAPTICIPATII '5 114 5'-' IVEY, BUT IS -:C, N To Hl'-E
--ED, F;77-1 1960 TO 1973 AT TI-F -c USE, SITE W S F- FL'CLf SITE IS t-O LCNSFP
:1 Us OF WASTE DISPOSED AT T IS SITE TA S 'E711S
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SAN FRANCISCO BAY LANDFILL EXTENDING INTO THE BA

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TP4CE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHOS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, DEEP WELL INJECTION, LAND FARMIfNG, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION), REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


SAN JOSE NEWBY ISLAND, FOOT OF DIXON LANDING RD (S.F. BAY) 95112

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL SEEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SAN JOSE RAISCH QUARRY, SO 1ST ST (LOCATED S OF OAKRIDGE CEMETAR 95112

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1974. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS 110 LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


SAN JOSE SINGLETON RD MUNI DISP GROUNDS, N SIDE OF SINGLETON ROAD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN
CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SAN LEANDRO BAY CITY DISPOSAL CO, FOOT OF DAVIS Sr 94577

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SAN LEANDRO MARINA DISPOSAL SITE, FOOT OF MARINA BLVD-NEPTUNE BLVD 94577

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER
IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SAN LEANDRO OAKLAND SCAVENGER, CLOSE TO THE OAKLAND AIRPORT

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN
CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.








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SAN PABLO RICHMOND SANITARY COMPANY, ROAD 20

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS YKNON TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O" ED EY PRIVATE CCNCEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EC)DED ORGA5ICALLY AN'D INO GANICALLY), INO9GANICS AN'D MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS CF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SAN PEDRO CALIFORNIA SALVACE COMPANY, 217 NORTH LAGOON STREET 90744

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNC17' TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FOR AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS C'ED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL CCONENTS OF WASTE DISFCSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS A'ND TPACE METALS (ECNDED ORGANICALLY AND INOGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGOPIZED METHODS.


SANTA BARBARA CASMALIA DISPOSAL CO, 539 SAN YSIDRO RD 93108

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE COCCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEIN:S USED. CHEMICAL COCM=PONENTS CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LA'DFILL, ORLMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, POCNDS AND LAGOONS, LAND FACING, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


SANTA CLARA CITY LANDFILL DISPOSAL GROUNDS, 5410 LAFAYETTE STREET 95050

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1957 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), AND CPOGANICS. METHODS OF DISFOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SANTA CLARA MONSANTO CHEMICAL COMPANY, 2710 LAFAYETTE 95052

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1951 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS C N'ED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SUVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 323 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), ORGANICS AND INOPSANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND REFPOCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


SANTA FE SPRINGS PGP INDUSTRIES INC, 13429 ALONDRA BLVD 90670

SITE IS NOT LOCATED CN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O"NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED COPGNICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION, REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


SEAL BEACH SEAL BEACH PLANT, PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1940 TO 19o4. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPOU'SH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 150 HUNDRED TOCS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISrOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE CPGANICS A'ND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.







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Simi VENTURA COUNTY REGIONAL SANITA, CLASS I DUMP

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL
INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


SO SAN FRANCISCO SOUTH S.F. SCAVENGER CO, 69 SO LINDEN AVE 94080

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FRCM 1950 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COlPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AN'D TPACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCRGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS CF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


SOUTH GATE SOUTH GATE PLANT, 4570 APDINE 90280

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1960. SITE IS NO LCN'-ER IN USE. AMC'UT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 2 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL CCMPFCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCRGANICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


STOCKTON FORWARD INC, AUSTIN PD 95206

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1978 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CC 4CEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


SUN VALLEY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WASTE REDU, 9147 DEGARMO STREET 91352

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL DURING 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BCNDED ORGANICALLY AND I'NCRGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


TORRANCE SHELL, ADDRESS REPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CCNCEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN jSE. CHEMICAL CC-=-C'NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPPOCESSING AD/C RECYCLING.


TORRANCE TORRANCE CITY LANDFILL, S E CORNER OF MADPONA & DEL AMO BLVD. 90503

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1961. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS ND LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


TORRANCE TORRANCE PLANT, 3651 DEL AMO BLVD. 90503

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1956 TO 1971. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 24 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 1Z), RADIOACTIVE RESIDUES (WITH OVER 50 PICO-CUPIES PER GRAM), ORSANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND LAND FARMING.







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TRONA TRONA-APGUS, P.O. BOX 367 93562

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPCM 1916 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPCOUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 518 HJNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPOC'NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGOPIZED METHODS.


TRONA WESTEND, P.O. BOX 367 93562

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SUPVEY AND IS KNO N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPCM 192t TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOCSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 8,978 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOcSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (BONDED O CPGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGOPIZED METHODS.


TULAPE COUNTY TULARE COUNTY DUMP, ROAD 80

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1970 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (B ENDED CPGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


UNION CITY TURK ISLAND LANDFILL, 32505 UNION CITY BLVD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), CRGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHCDS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


VACAVILLE SOLANO COUNTY DUMP, HWY 113 & HAY RD 329 PARKER

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INCRGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


VENICE VENICE PLANT, 43RD AND PACIFIC AVE.

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1936 TO 1960. SITE IS NO LCNGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 3 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPGANICS A;ND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


VENTURA COUNTY SIMI VALLEY LANDFILL, STATE HIGHWAY 118 NEAR BREA CANYON RD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED CGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANIC, INORGANICS AND MISCELLAtEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WALNUT SPADRA LAND FILL NO 2, 4125 WEST VALLEY BLVD

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPOUH 1978 WAS REPCPTED AS 0.57 HUNDRED TCNS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS ENDEDD ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), CPORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.








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WATS0ONVILLE WATSONVILLE LANDFILL, 736 SAN ANDREAS ROAD 95076

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1964 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WEST COVINA B.K.K. CORP., 2210 AZUSA AVE.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 6,393.7 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE
INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DPUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOCNS, DEEP WELL INJECTION, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


WEST COVINA CHANCELLOR & OGDEN, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


WEST LOS ANGELOS MISSION CANYON LAND FILL #3, 2201 NO SEPULVEDA BLVD 90049

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1959 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OW NED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), OPGANICS, INOPGANICS ANDO MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WHITTIER PUJENTE HILLS NO. 2, 2800 S. WORKMAN MILL ROAD 90601

SITE IS NOT LOCATED. ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CCt;CEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CCMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS WITH PH >12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


WILMINGTON ASCON LAND FILL FACILITY, 1605 NORTH ALAMEDA STREET 90746

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1975. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OlaNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL
WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


WILMINGTON BASIN BYPRODUCTS COMPANY, 3031 EAST I STREET 90744

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL PROM 1960 TO 1969. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.







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WILMINGTON BKK LANDFILL, 3031 EAST I STREET 90744

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNCWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OVHEO BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COtIPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COCPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), ORGANIC AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE 0;:"'-ED WASTE LAf;DFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


WILMINGTON CALIFORNIA CARBON, 2825 E. GRANT ST 90744

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS 04NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION.


WILMINGTON CHEROKEE LANDFILL, 3031 EAST I ST. 90744

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12). METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


WILMINGTON I T YARD, 217 NORTH LAGOON AVENUE 90744

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPCENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AD,"J INOPGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INCRGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


WILMINGTON KOPPERS COMPANY, INC., 210 SO. AVALON BLVD. 90744

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN
USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1940 TO 1972. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS ENDEDD ORGANICALLY AND INOPGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND LAND FARMING.


WILMINGTON PORT DISPOSAL, CORNER OF UBANK & LOMITA BLVD.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1967. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS C;4NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


LOCATION UNREPORTED CHATEAU FRESNO

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1965 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNJED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.







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APAPAHOE COUNTY DENVER/LO PY LANDFILL, LOWRY BOMBING RANGE

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME CF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL
BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), RADIOACTIVE RESIDUES (WITH OVER 50 PICO-CURIES PER GRAM), ORGANICS AND INCPGANICS. METCODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INOJSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED I:DUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DPUMED WSTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH F]UNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, POUNDS AND LAGOONS, DEEP WELL INJECTION AND LAND FARMING.


BRIGHTON ADAM COUNTY LAND FILL, 123 RD & RIVER RD 80601

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCOGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INCPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


COMMERCE CITY ACID NEUTRALIZATION PITS, 5445 DAHLIA STREET 80022

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SL7VEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1969. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CCONCEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION ).


COMMERCE CITY BASIN A, ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL 80022

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNO N TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPCM 1952 TO 1957. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS No LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), ORGANICS, INC;GANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LASCGOONS.


COMMERCE CITY BASIN F, ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL 80022

SITE IS NOT LOCATED CN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOCR DISPOSAL FROM 1957 TO 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCPGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INRCPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND DEEP WELL INJECTION.


COMMERCE CITY LIME PONDS (SEC 36 T5S P67W 6T, ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL 80022

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1974 AT LATEST. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS ND LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPCNENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PC'NDOS AND LAGOONS.


COMMERCE CITY SHELL CHEMICAL COMLEASEHOLD, ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL 80022

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNO C'N TO HAVE BEEN
USED FC DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS CF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), OPGANICS AND INORANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DCRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOSCONS, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATCON), REPROCESSING AND/CR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATASORIZED METHODS.


COMMERCE CITY TRENCH BURIAL (SEC 3: T5S R67W, POCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL 80022

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON FPOOPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNO N TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOPR DISPOSAL FPCM 152 TO 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS No LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPOFN'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH FH > 12), ORGANICS, INOPRGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.








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COWDPEY NOPTHGATE PLANT, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 80434

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND3 IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 152 TO 1973. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 10,934 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPOl;ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


DENVER AEPO OIL COMPANY, 5801 FEDERAL BLVD. 80120

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISFPSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OP RECYCLING.


DENVER CHEMICAL & METAL INDUSTRY, 4701 DAHLIA

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL DURING 1970. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THANl CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL SEEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AN4D INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


DENVER DENVER WORKS, 1271 WEST BAYAND AVE. 80209

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 250 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INCPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


DENVER KOPPERS COMPANY, INC., 5601 FOX STREET 80216

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1950 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 8 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS BONDEDD OPGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), OPGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, LAND FARMING AND INCINERATION.


DENVER TRI-COUNTY LANDFILL, 62 STREET 80216

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1971 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS ENDEDD OPGINICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ODGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, FONDS AND LAGOONS, DEEP WELL INJECTION, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


GREELEY WELD COUNTY LANDFILL, 6037 77TH AVENUE 80631

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL EEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


HENDERSON HENDERSON, 124TH AVENUE & HWY 85 80O40

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1955 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AM.-NT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS BOUNDEDD ORGANICALLY AN INORGANICALLY), OPGANICS AND IMORGAtIICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.








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HENDERSON WELD LANDFILL NO 1, 3 MILES NORTH OF BRIGHTON ON HWY 85 80640

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1976 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS
(BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


LOUVIERS LOUVIERS PLANT, P.O. BOX 607 80131

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 488.33 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF
WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), RADIOACTIVE RESIDUES (WITH OVER 50 PICO-CUPIES PER GRAM), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


LOUVIERS LOUVIERS WORKS, DOUGLAS COUNTY 80131

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1907 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 2 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3) AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


SALIDA SALIDA PLANT, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1908 TO 1962. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1.1 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND LAND FARMING.







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BEACON FALLS RELIABLE IND WASTE DISPOSAL, 100 RAILROAD AVENUE

SITE IS NOT LOCATED OCN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
EEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1973. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS C0 ED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEr. SITE IS POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION.


EPIDGEPOCT PAPK AREA LEAD STYPHNATE DISPO, ASYLUM STREET 06602

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FPCM 1932 TO 1975. SITE IS NO LONER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED CF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COCPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEALY METALS AND TPACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY ANO ItCGAtNICALLY) AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, POCDS AND LAGOONS AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


EPI7EPOC1T PARK AREA WASTE TREATMENT SLUD, ASYLUM STREET 06602

SITE IS LOCATED ON PPCPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN UOED FOR DISPOSAL FPOM 1975 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND INOCGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


D0ELrPY DANBURY MUNICIPAL LANDFILL, ADDRESS UNPEPORTED 06810

SITE IS NOT LOCATED CN PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1969. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL EEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (ECN'DED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


DEEP RIVER DEEP RIVER DUMP, ROUTE 80 06417

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1954 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


FAIRFIELD TOWN SCALE-DUMP, ONE ROD HIGHWAY 06430

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KN"OCWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1948 TO 1972. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL EEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE CPSANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND
INCINERATION.


GALES FEPRY ALLYN'S POINT, ROUTE 12 06335

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 30 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MI'ED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND REPROCESSING ANDCP RECYCLINtG.


GROTON MUNICIPAL LANDFILL-TOWN OF GPO, FLANDERS ROAD 06340

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1948 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL EI;G USED. CHEMrICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE IHCLUDE INOCPGANhICS AND MISCELLANEOUS ~STE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DORUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.








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GROTON PFIZER INC, EASTERN POINT ROAD 06340

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1978 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN TH:S SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.67 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINERATION.


HAMDEN PINE SWAMP, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 06514

SITE IS NOr LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL IN 1966 AT LATEST. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE
METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), OPGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


LEDYARD LEDYAPO LANDFILL, AVERY HILL EXTENSION 06339

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1952 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 1,060 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BC',DEO ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND TREATMENT (EG. : NEUTRALIZATION) .


NORWICH LANOSCO INC., STURTEVANT STREET 06360

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1972 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INC7 GANICALLY) AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LAND FARMING, TREATMENT ( EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING AND/DR RECYCLING.


PAWCATUCK STONINGTON SANITARY LANDFILL, GREENHAVEN ROAD 06379

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS BONDEDD ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


PAWCATUCK STONINGTON TOWN DUMP, GREENHAVEN ROAD 06379

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1951 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


PUTNAM PUTNAM TOWN DUMP, CHASE ROAD 06260

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1949 TO 1965. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.













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PUTNAM PUTNAM TOWN DUMP, TOWN FARM RD. 06260

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1965 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SOUTH KILLINGLY KILLINGLY TOWN DUMP, ADDRESS UNREPOPTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOW TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1959 TO 1978. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND) ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


SOUTHINGTON SOLVENTS RECOVERY SERV OF NEW, LAZY LANE 06489

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1962 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS CWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS ANI) TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE roTO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LAfNDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AN ) LAGOONS, DEEP WELL INJECTION, LAND FARMING, INCINERATION, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION), REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


STAMFORD STAMFORD-SHIPPAN, MAGEE AVENUE-P.O. BOX 852 06904

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN
USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1948 TO 1968. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12) AND ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


STRATFORD ROSS & ROBERTS, 1299 WEST BROAD ST

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.


THOMASTON LIQWACON CORP., OLD WATERBURY ROAD 06787

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O4NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCRGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION).


WALLINGFORD WALLINGFORD PLANT, SOUTH CHERRY STREET 06492

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1941 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 500 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL, INCINERATION AND REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING.







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CHESWOLD CHESWOLD PLANT, COUNTY ROUTE 153 19936

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND) IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1957 TO 1964. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MOCNO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


CHESWOLD COKERS LANDFILL, NORTH OF PICKLE PLT. ON ROUTE 92 19936

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1963 TO 1971. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O''NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.


CHESWOLD COKERS LANDFILL-SITE #1, SO SIDE OF RT 152 APPROX 1/2 ML W RT 92 19936

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN; TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1971 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCE=N OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BO'DED OR-GANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), CRGANICS AND) IhNORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO IhNDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


CHESWOLD COKERS LANDFILL-SITE #2, SO SIDE OF RT 152 APPROX 1/2 ML W RT 92 19936

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1977 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE
DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND REPROCESSING
AND/OR RECYCLING.


CLAYMONT DELAWARE WORKS, ROUTE #13 19703

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1964 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OW1ED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 36, 163 HLDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUMED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS ANOD LAGOONS, TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATION) AND REPROCESSING A D/OR RECYCLING.


CLAYMONT ON SITE, PO BOX F 19703

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 10 HUNORED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MCNO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL,
AND MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


DELAWARE CITY DELAWARE CITY PVC PLANT, BOX 320 SCHOOL HOUSE ROAD 19706

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SlVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 23 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS.


DELAWARE CITY DELAWARE CITY, DELAWARE FACILI, GOVERNOR LEA ROAD 19720

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1963 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.19 HUOLPED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.







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DELAW-PE CITY OLD BRINE SLUDGE LANDFILL, RIVER ROAD 19706

SITE IS LOCATED ON PPOPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS VNDN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPCROM 165 TO q1979. SITE IS STILL BEIN3 USED. ,AMOJNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 178 WAS PEPCPTED AS 662 HUNDRED TCNS. CHEMICAL CC"PN'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE EASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAlY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BON'DED OC5PANICALLY AND INCOPSANICALLY) AND I .CNICS. ,'ETHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, POcNDS AND LAGOONS.


DELAWARE CITY ON-SITE DISPOSAL, RIVER ROAD 19706

SITE IS LOCATED ON PPOPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP OISPOSAL FPCO 196 TO 1979. SITE IS NO LC'NGEP IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 23 HUED TC'S. CHEMICAL CCCRONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EONDED OCRANICALLY AND INOSANICALLY) AND OGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MC';O INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND MI>ED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LA-DFILL.


DELAWAPE CITY PLANT LANDFILL, SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD 19706

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY ANDJ IS YNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1978. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1979. AMCUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 33 HUNCPED TONS. CHEMICAL CCTPC'ENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND PITS, POCNDS A4D LAGOONS.


DOVER KENT CO DELAWARE LANDFILL, COUNTY ROAD NO. 398 19901

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL CEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS IBCNDED ORGANICALLY AND INCPGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DPUMIED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


DOVER KENT COUNTY LANDFILL, SO. OF DAFB OFF 113 19901

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FOP AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY CONED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL Ct MPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INCOGANICALLY), CRGANICS AND INCPGANICS. METHODS CF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


DOVER WILDCAT LANDFILL, LEBANON ROAD 19901

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPC' 190 TO 1974. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O' NED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANtY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL CCMPOC'NENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TPACE METALS (EONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), COPGANICS AND INRGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, CDU"MED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


HOUSTON KENT COUNTY LANDFILL, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 19954

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PPOPEPTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL SEEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (RONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INOPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


HOUSTON PORTER'S LANDFILL, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 19954

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 19'1 TO 1973. AT TIME CF USE, SITE WAS C,;NED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED PARTY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE, HAVING CLOSED IN 1974. CHEMICAL COMPOENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE ICLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.







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LAUREL SUSSEX COUNTY LANDFILL NO 5, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 19956

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING JSED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL
INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


MILLSBORO DELAWARE FARMS INC, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1975 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LAND FARMING.


NEW CASTLE DENTON LANDFILL, RT #9 19720

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL CCNPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE EASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDEO ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), CPGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


NEW CASTLE HARRY WOOD LANDFILL, RT. 273 19720

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1965. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCEPN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.


NEW CASTLE LLANGOLLEN COUNTY LANDFILL, NEW CASTLE COUNTY 19720

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1960 TO 1969. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUCMED WASTE LANDFILL, LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS, LAND FARMING, TREATMENT (EG. : NEUTRALIZATION), REPROCESSING AND/OR RECYCLING AND OTHER UNCATAGORIZED METHODS.


NEW CASTLE LLANGOLLEN ESTATES-LANDFILL, ROUTE 13 NORTH OF LLANGOLLEN ESTATES 19720

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1966 TO 1968. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OW'ED. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS, INOPGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


NEW CASTTE DELAWARE SAND & GRAVEL CO, 229 GRANTHAM LANE 19720

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1974 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY) AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL, DRUOMED WASTE LANDFILL AND LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED.


NEWARK PLANT PROPERTY, 1301 OGLETOWN ROAD 19711

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1968 TO 1973. SITE IS NO LONGER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 2 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE CPGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MONO INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL.




















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NEWPCPT FACILITY SITE, ADDRESS UNREPORTED

SITE IS LOCATED ON POPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FROM 1929 TO 1971. SITE IS NO LOGER IN USE. AMCUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL CCPONCENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE OPGAl:S. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE PITS, POUNDS AND LAGOONS, INCINERATION AND TREATMENT (EG.: NEUTRALIZATIC U.


NEWPORT NEWPORT PIGMENTS PLANT, JAMER 8 WATER STREET 19804

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNO'N TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1902 TO 1975. SITE IS NO LOM,'GSER IN USE. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THROUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 500 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (BECNDED ORGANICALLY AND INORGANICALLY), RAIOACTI.E RESIDUES (WITH OVER 50 PICO-CUPIES PER GRAM), CORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHDS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND DRUMMED WASTE LANDFILL.


SEAFORD SEAFORD PLANT, ADDRESS UNREPORTED 19973

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPCM 1939 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPCUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 3,252 HDROPED TONS. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), ORGANICS, INOIAICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LAN FILL, DPL~ED WASTE LANDFILL, PITS, PONDS AND LAGOONS AND LAND FARMING.


SMYPNA SMYRNA PLANT, P 0 BOX 591 19977

SITE IS LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY AND IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1953 TO 1979. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE WAS NOT REPORTED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE HEAVt METALS AND TRACE METALS (BONDED ORgPANICALLY AND INOPGANICALLY), ORGANICS AND INORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE MIXED INDUSTRIAL WASTE LANDFILL AND INCINERATION.


WILM EXPERIMENTAL STATION, CENTRAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DEPT 19898

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1967 TO 1977. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS O NED BY CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. AMOUNT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS WASTE DISPOSED OF AT THIS SITE THPCUGH 1978 WAS REPORTED AS 0.5 HUNDRED TONS. CHEMICAL CC1PONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ACID SOLUTIONS (WITH PH < 3), BASE SOLUTIONS (WITH PH > 12), HEAVY METALS AND TRACE METALS (EONSDED CGANICALLY AND IN CGANICALLY), ORGANICS, INCORGANICS AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE MATERIAL. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE INCINEPATION.


WILM MUNICIPAL SEWAGE SYSTEM, HAY RD. & EAST 12TH ST.

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN USED FOR DISPOSAL FROM 1963 TO 1976. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS PUBLICLY OWNED. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE ORGANICS AND INCORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL INCLUDE LANDFILL IN WHICH MUNICIPAL WASTE IS CO-DISPOSED AND TREATMENT (EG.:
NEUTRALIZATION).


WILMINGTON CAPITAL RECOVERY, 100 W TENTH STREET 19881

SITE IS NOT LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF CHEMICAL PLANT PARTICIPATING IN SURVEY, BUT IS KNOWN TO HAVE
BEEN USED FOP DISPOSAL FPCROM 1973 TO 1979. AT TIME OF USE, SITE WAS OWNED BY PRIVATE CONCERN OTHER THAN CHEMICAL COMPANY INCLUDED IN THIS SURVEY. SITE IS STILL BEING USED. CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF WASTE DISPOSED AT THIS SITE INCLUDE CPORGANICS. METHODS OF DISPOSAL ARE NOT KNOWN.