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Site Location: The South Minneapolis Residential Soil Contamination site, also known as the Phillips Neighborhood, in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, is located in close proximity to a former industrial source area known as the CMC Heartlan

Conditions at listing (October 1981): Between 1917 and 1972, Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp. operated a coal tar distillation and wood preserving plant on 80 acres in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. Wastes from the operation were disposed of on the site and

Conditions at proposal (October 15, 1984): Various private and municipal wells in Long Prairie (population 2,900) in Todd County, Minnesota, are contaminated with solvents (dichloroethylene, 1,1,2-trichloroethane, trichloroethylene, and tetrachloroe

Conditions at listing (July 1982): The Le Hillier/Mankato Site covers 6,400 acres in Le Hillier, just west of Mankato, Minnesota. In October 1981, the State discovered chlorinated organic solvents in the community's ground water. The contamination m

Conditions at Proposal (September 29, 1998): The Fridley Commons Park Well Field site is a trichloroethylene (TCE) plume located within a 45 acre active ground water well field in Fridley, Minnesota. The City of Fridley, with an approximate populati

Conditions at proposal (September 18, 1985): Freeway Sanitary Landfill covers 126 acres in the City of Burnsville, Dakota County, Minnesota. Dakota County permitted this landfill in 1971 to accept 1,962 acre-feet of household, commercial, demolition

Conditions at Proposal (October 14, 1992): The Baytown Township Ground Water Plume site is defined by 34 contaminated wells (31 of which provide drinking water) in Baytown Township, Washington County, Minnesota. The county is one of the seven-county

Conditions at listing (September 1983): Arrowhead Refinery Co. reclaimed waste oil in Hermantown, St. Louis County, Minnesota, from 1945 to February 1977. The operations generated 7,000 cubic yards of a highly acidic, metal-laden sludge, which was d

Conditions at proposal (October 15, 1984): The Waste Management of Michigan lagoons cover 160 acres north of Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan. From 1971 to 1980, the company deposited liquid industrial wastes (including metal hydroxides and vinegar

Site Location: The Ten-Mile Drain site consists of the concrete sewer pipes which compose the Ten-Mile Drain storm sewer system, and soils which surround the storm sewer pipes in an underground storm utility corridor, located near the intersection o




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