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American Thermostat Company

Location: South Cairo, Greene County

Narrative: Facility that produced thermostats for small appliances. Waste organic solvents dumped on the parking lot and down drains attached to an abandoned septic system resulted in contaminated groundwater.

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Applied Environmental Services

Location: Glenwood Landing, Nassau County

Narrative: Facility recovered fuels from hazardous wastes. Spills, leaks, and other activities resulted in soil and groundwater contamination.

Contaminants: Toluene VOCs Xylenes


Arsenic Mine

Location: Kent, Putnam County

Narrative: Tailings from this mine have caused soil and groundwater contamination from arsenic.

Contaminants: Arsenic


Black River PCBs

Location: Champion, Jefferson County

Narrative: Sediments in a three-mile stretch of the Black River contain PCBs. Numerous industries operated along this stretch of the river.

Contaminants: Dioxins PCBs


Brewster Well Field

Location: Brewster, Putnam County

Narrative: Groundwater contamination traced to a nearby dry cleaner that disposed of chemicals in a dry well.

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Brillo Landfill

Location: Victory, Cayuga County

Narrative: Waste dumped here included wastewater treatment plant sludge, paint sludge, and chlorinated solvents. Groundwater and an adjacent wetland are contaminated.

Contaminants: Chromium Copper Lead Mercury Nickel PAHs PCBs PFOA PFOS VOCs


Brookhaven National Laboratory (USDOE)

Location: Upton, Suffolk County

Narrative: Many accidental spills and historical chemical storage and disposal issues at this large facility have resulted in contamination of soil and groundwater at 32 different areas of concern.

Contaminants: Cesium-137 1,2-Dibromoethane Heavy Metals PAHs Strontium-90 Tritium VOCs


Byron Barrel And Drum

Location: Byron Township, Genesee County

Narrative: A construction equipment salvage yard also used for hazardous waste disposal. Hundreds of chemical waste drums were abandoned or had their contents mixed with soil and covered over.

Contaminants: VOCs


Carroll And Dubies Sewage Disposal

Location: Port Jervis, Orange County

Narrative: Three acre property where wastes including septic tank wastes and waste from cosmetics manufacturing were dumped into seven unlined lagoons.

Contaminants: VOCs


Cayuga County Groundwater Contamination

Location: Union Springs, Cayuga County

Narrative: Large plume of chemicals in groundwater that originated at a semiconductor manufacturing facility in Auburn. The plume extends about seven miles to the Village of Union Springs.

Contaminants: cis-1,2-Dichloroethene Trichloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Circuitron Corporation

Location: Farmingdale, Suffolk County

Narrative: Electronic circuit board manufacture whose process wastes contaminated groundwater, soils, and sediment.

Contaminants: Heavy Metals VOCs


Claremont Polychemical

Location: Old Bethpage, Nassau County

Narrative: Former manufacturer of pigments used in plastics and inks that disposed of wastes in three leaching basins and in drums and above ground storage tanks.

Contaminants: Acetone Benzene 1,1-Dichloroethane trans-1,2-Dichloroethene Ethylbenzene Methylene Chloride Tetrachloroethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene Vinyl Chloride Xylenes


Colesville Municipal Landfill

Location: Colesville, Broome County

Narrative: 350-acre landfill that accepted solvents, dyes, metals, and municipal wastes. Groundwater is impacted.

Contaminants: VOCs


Computer Circuits, Corp.

Location: Hauppauge, Suffolk County

Narrative: Printed circuit board manufacturer that discharged wastes into on-site cesspools, contaminating soil and groundwater.

Contaminants: Trichloroethene


Cortese Landfill

Location: Tusten, Sullivan County

Narrative: Five acre facility that accepted solvents, paint sludges and thinners, waste oils, and municipal wastes. An estimated five to eight thousand drums were buried on the property.

Contaminants: Metals VOCs


Crown Cleaners Of Watertown, Inc.

Location: Carthage, Jefferson County

Narrative: Dry cleaning facility that discharged wastewater into pits and deposited spent filters on the ground, which contaminated the soil and groundwater.

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene


Dewey Loeffel Landfill

Location: Nassau, Rensselaer County

Narrative: Nineteen acre facility that accepted more than 46,000 tons of solvents, waste oil, PCBs, sludges, and other materials, resulting in soil, sediment, and groundwater contamination.

Contaminants: PCBs VOCs


Diaz Chemical Corporation

Location: Holley, Orleans County

Narrative: Manufacturer of various organic chemicals. A pressurized vessel ruptured in 2002, and released chemicals onto surrounding properties.

Contaminants: 1,2-Dibromoethane


Eighteenmile Creek

Location: Lockport, Niagara County

Narrative: What EPA refers to as "legacy contamination" affects sediments along several thousand feet of this creek.

Contaminants: Benzo(a)pyrene Copper Dioxins Furans Lead PCBs Pesticides Zinc


Endicott Village Well Field

Location: Endicott, Broome County

Narrative: Chemicals leaching from the nearby Endicott Landfill made their way to the well field. Groundwater treatment and monitoring are ongoing.

Contaminants: Chloroethane 1,2-Dichloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Facet Enterprises, Inc.

Location: Elmira Heights, Chemung County

Narrative: Diversified manufacturer whose process wastes went into eight dump sites and two sludge disposal areas. Chemicals from these areas made their way into groundwater and then to a nearby public water supply.

Contaminants: Acetone 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 1,1-Dichloroethane trans-1,2-Dichloroethene Methylene Chloride PAHs PCBs Tetrachloroethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene Trichlorofluoromethane


Forest Glen Mobile Home Subdivision

Location: Niagara Falls, Niagara County

Narrative: Prior to development as a mobile home park, the property was used for disposal of various chemicals. Former residents have been relocated. Groundwater treatment continues.

Contaminants: PAHs SVOCs


Fulton Avenue

Location: Garden City Park, Suffolk County

Narrative: Groundwater contamination arising from past operations at a facility that housed many different businesses over the years, including a cutting mill and dry cleaning operations.

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene


GCL Tie & Treating

Location: Sidney, Delaware County

Contaminants: Anthracene Benzo(a)anthracene Benzo(a)pyrene Chrysene Creosote


GE Moreau

Location: South Glens Falls, Saratoga County

Contaminants: PCBs VOCs


General Motors (Central Foundry Division)

Location: Massena, St. Lawrence County

Contaminants: PCBs


Genzale Plating Company

Location: Franklin Square, Nassau County

Contaminants: Cadmium Chromium Nickel VOCs


Goldisc Recordings, Inc.

Location: Holbrook, Suffolk County

Contaminants: Nickel


Gowanus Canal

Location: Brooklyn, Kings County

Contaminants: Metals PAHs PCBs Pesticides VOCs


Griffiss Air Force Base

Location: Rome, Oneida County

Contaminants: Barium Chromium Lead PCBs VOCs


Hertel Landfill

Location: Plattekill, Ulster County

Contaminants: Manganese SVOCs VOCs


Hooker Chemical S-Area

Location: Niagara Falls, Niagara County

Contaminants: Chlorinated benzenes


Hooker Chemical/Ruco Polymer

Location: Hicksville, Nassau County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Hopewell Precision Site

Location: East Fishkill, Dutchess County

Contaminants: 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene


Hudson River PCBs

Location: 200 miles of the Hudson River

Contaminants: PCBs


Islip Municipal Sanitary Landfill

Location: Islip, Suffolk County

Contaminants: VOCs


Johnstown City Landfill

Location: Town of Johnstown, Fulton County

Contaminants: Chromium Lead SVOCs VOCs Zinc


Jones Chemicals, Inc.

Location: Caledonia, Livingston County

Contaminants: Chloroform Methylene Chloride Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Kentucky Avenue Well Field

Location: Horseheads, Chemung County

Contaminants: Benzene Chloroform Heavy Metals PAHs PCBs Trichloroethene VOCs


Lawrence Aviation Industries

Location: Port Jefferson Station, Suffolk County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Lehigh Valley Railroad Derailment Site

Location: LeRoy, Genesee County

Contaminants: Trichloroethene


Liberty Industrial Finishing

Location: Farmingdale, Nassau County

Contaminants: Cadmium Chromium Dichloroethenes Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Little Valley

Location: Little Valley, Cattaraugus County

Contaminants: Trichloroethene


LI Tungsten Corporation

Location: Glen Cove, Nassau County

Contaminants: Heavy Metals PCBs Radionuclides


MacKenzie Chemical Works

Location: Central Islip, Suffolk County

Contaminants: Metals PAHs SVOCs Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene 1,2,3-Trichloropropane


Magna Metals

Location: Cortlandt Manor, Westchester County

Contaminants: Copper Cyanide Lead Nickel Zinc chlorides


Malta Rocket Fuel Area

Location: Malta and Stillwater, Saratoga County

Contaminants: Carbon Tetrachloride Trichloroethene


Mattiace Petrochemical Company

Location: Glen Cove, Nassau County

Contaminants: VOCs


Meeker Avenue Plume

Location: Brooklyn, Kings County

Contaminants: 1,2-Dichloroethene Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Mercury Refining, Inc.

Location: Albany, Albany County

Contaminants: Mercury


Mohonk Road Industrial Plant

Location: Marbletown, Ulster County

Contaminants: 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichlorethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene


Nepera Chemical Company, Inc.

Location: Maybrook, Orange County

Contaminants: PAHs SVOCs VOCs


New Cassel/Hicksville

Location: New Cassel and Hicksville, Nassau County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Newtown Creek

Location: Brooklyn and Queens Counties

Contaminants: Metals PAHs PCBs SVOCs VOCs


Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. (Saratoga Springs Plant)

Location: Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County

Contaminants: PAHs VOCs


Old Bethpage Landfill

Location: Oyster Bay, Nassau County

Contaminants: VOCs


Old Roosevelt Field Contaminated Ground Water Area

Location: Garden City, Nassau County

Contaminants: Carbon Tetrachloride 1,1-Dichloroethene Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Olean Well Field

Location: Olean, Cattaraugus County

Contaminants: Trichloroethene


Onondaga Lake

Location: Syracuse, Onondaga County

Contaminants: Cobalt Creosote Heavy Metals Lead Mercury PAHs PCBs Pesticides VOCs


Peninsula Boulevard Groundwater Plume

Location: Hewlett, Nassau County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene


Plattsburgh Air Force Base

Location: Plattsburgh, Clinton County

Contaminants: JP-4 Pesticides VOCs


Pollution Abatement Services

Location: Oswego, Oswego County

Contaminants: Heavy Metals PCBs VOCs


Port Washington Landfill

Location: North Hempstead, Nassau County

Contaminants: VOCs


Preferred Plating Corporation

Location: Babylon, Suffolk County

Contaminants: Cadmium Heavy Metals


Ramapo Landfill

Location: Ramapo, Rockland County

Contaminants: Benzene Cadmium Chromium Lead Mercury Phenols SVOCs Toluene Xylenes


Richardson Hill Road Landfill Site

Location: Sidney Center, Delaware County

Contaminants: Dichloroethenes PCBs Trichloroethene


Robintech, Inc./National Pipe Company

Location: Vestal, Broome County

Contaminants: Lead Toluene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene


Rosen Brothers Scrap Yard

Location: Cortland, Cortland County

Contaminants: Metals PCBs SVOCs VOCs


Rowe Industries Ground Water Contamination

Location: Noyack and Sag Harbor, Suffolk County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics

Location: Hoosick Falls, Rensselaer County

Contaminants: Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) Trichloroethene


Sarney Farm

Location: Amenia, Dutchess County

Contaminants: Dichloroethanes Toluene Vinyl Chloride


Sealand Restoration, Inc.

Location: Lisbon, St. Lawrence County

Contaminants: Acetone Benzene Lead Manganese PCBs Pesticides Phenols Toluene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene Zinc


Seneca Army Depot

Location: Romulus, Seneca County

Contaminants: 1,2-Dichloroethene Heavy Metals SVOCs Trichloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Shenandoah Road Groundwater Contamination

Location: East Fishkill, Dutchess County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene


Sidney Landfill Site

Location: Sidney, Delaware County

Contaminants: PCBs VOCs


Sinclair Refinery

Location: Wellsville, Allegany County

Contaminants: Heavy Metals SVOCs VOCs


Smithtown Groundwater Contamination

Location: Smithtown, Suffolk County

Contaminants: cis-1,2-Dichloroethene Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene Vinyl Chloride


Solvent Savers

Location: Lincklaen, Chenango County

Contaminants: Arsenic Barium Cadmium Chromium Lead PCBs Tetrachloroethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene


Stanton Cleaners Area Groundwater Contamination

Location: Great Neck, Nassau County

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene


Tri-Cities Barrel

Location: Fenton, Broome County

Contaminants: Heavy Metals SVOCs VOCs


Vestal Water Supply Well 1-1

Location: Vestal, Broome County

Contaminants: 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene


Volney Municipal Landfill

Location: Volney, Oswego County

Contaminants: Arsenic Barium Benzene Cadmium Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Chromium Mercury Nickel Toluene


Wappinger Falls

Location: Towns of Wappinger and Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County

Contaminants: Chromium Lead Mercury PAHs


Wolff-Alport Chemical Company

Location: Ridgewood, Queens County

Narrative: Former facility used to extract rare earth elements from monazite sand. The site has elevated levels of radioactivity.

Contaminants: Radium Thorium Uranium


York Oil Company

Location: Moira, Franklin County

Contaminants: Heavy Metals PCBs Phenols VOCs


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Action Anodizing, Plating, And Polishing Corp.

Location: Copiague, Suffolk County

Narrative: Facility that performed various operations including metal plating and anodizing, and formerly discharged certain wastes into dry wells. Groundwater sampling following removal of affected media showed that the groundwater met applicable standards.

Contaminants: Cadmium Chromium Zinc

Deleted: 1995


Anchor Chemicals

Location: Hicksville, Nassau County

Narrative: Chemical storage and waste disposal practices at this facility led to contamination of soil and groundwater.

Contaminants: Chromium Lead VOCs

Deleted: 1999


Batavia Landfill

Location: Batavia, Genesee County

Narrative: Industrial wastes disposed of at this landfill led to contamination of soil, sediments, surface water, and groundwater.

Contaminants: Heavy Metals Phenols VOCs

Deleted: 2005


BEC Trucking

Location: Vestal, Broome County

Narrative: A facility that manufactured truck bodies, and in the process generated hazardous wastes stored and spilled on site. According to EPA, subsequent removal of drums and stained soil brought remaining chemical concentrations to within acceptable levels.

Contaminants: Arsenic Benzene

Deleted: 1992


Bioclinical Laboratories, Inc.

Location: Bohemia, Suffolk County

Narrative: Facility that formulated and repackaged industrial chemicals. Wastes were disposed of via the septic system, storm drains, or by dumping on the ground, resulting in contamination of soil and groundwater.

Contaminants: 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,1,1-Trichloroethane

Deleted: 1994


C&J Disposal Leasing Co. Dump

Location: Eaton, Madison County

Narrative: Disposal of wastes into a large open trench led to contamination of soil and sediments.

Contaminants: Lead Phenols Phthalates VOCs

Deleted: 1994


Clothier Disposal

Location: Granby, Oswego County

Narrative: A private property used for disposal of wastes, including approximately 2,200 drums of hazardous wastes.

Contaminants: Barium Cadmium Chromium Manganese SVOCs VOCs

Deleted: 1996


Conklin Dumps

Location: Conklin, Broome County

Narrative: Some industrial wastes were likely disposed of along with municipal solid wastes, resulting in groundwater contamination.

Contaminants: Heavy Metals VOCs

Deleted: 1997


Consolidated Iron And Metal

Location: Newburgh, Orange County

Narrative: Former car and scrap metal junk yard that also operated a smelter. Improper waste handling led to soil contamination.

Contaminants: Metals PCBs Pesticides SVOCs VOCs

Deleted: 2014


Ellenville Scrap Iron and Metal

Location: Ellenville, Ulster County

Narrative: Facility formerly used for a variety of purposes, including scrap metal recovery, battery reclamation, and waste storage.

Contaminants: Anthracene Arsenic Barium Cadmium Chromium Fluoranthene Lead Nickel Pyrene Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethene

Deleted: 2019


FMC Corp. (Dublin Road Landfill)

Location: Ridgeway and Shelby, Orleans County

Narrative: Property used to dispose of coal ash cinders, laboratory wastes, filter residues, building debris and pesticide production residues.

Contaminants: Arsenic Lead Mercury Pesticides

Deleted: 2020


Fulton Terminals

Location: Fulton, Oswego County

Narrative: Facility primarily used to manufacture roofing materials that stored millions of gallons of waste, oils, and sludge in tanks. Releases contaminated groundwater, soil, and sediments.

Contaminants: VOCs

Deleted: 2018


Haviland Complex

Location: Hyde Park, Dutchess County

Contaminants: VOCs

Deleted: 2023


Hiteman Leather Co.

Location: West Winfield, Herkimer County

Narrative: Approximately 180,000 gallons of chromium-containing wastewater was discharged from the tannery into three unlined lagoons and nearby wetlands, which drain into the Unadilla River. Settled solids in the lagoons were periodically excavated and deposited as bank material around the lagoons.

Contaminants: Chromium

Deleted: 2012


Hooker - 102nd Street

Location: Niagara Falls, Niagara County

Narrative: From 1943 until the early 1970s, materials disposed of at this facility included about 23,500 tons of organic solvents, organic and inorganic phosphates, and related chemicals, along with sludge, fly ash, electrical parts, 300 tons of hexachlorocyclohexane process cake, including lindane, 66,000 tons of mixed organic and inorganic chemicals, about 20,000 tons of mercury brine and brine sludge, and more than 1,300 tons of a hazardous chemical mixture.

Contaminants: Arsenic Benzene Cadmium Chlorinated benzenes Chlorophenols Dioxins Furans Heavy Metals Mercury Pesticides Phenols SVOCs Toluene

Deleted: 2004


Hooker - Hyde Park

Location: Niagara Falls, Niagara County

Narrative: A 15-acre area used for disposal of about 80,000 tons of waste, some of it hazardous material, resulting in sediment and groundwater contamination.

Contaminants: Dioxins VOCs

Deleted: 2013


Jackson Steel

Location: Mineola and North Hempstead, Nassau County

Narrative: A metal shaping facility whose releases contaminated soil and groundwater.

Contaminants: 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,2-Dichloroethene Tetrachloroethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene

Deleted: 2016


Jones Sanitation

Location: Hyde Park, Dutchess County

Narrative: An 57-acre industrial and septic waste disposal that accepted industrial liquid wastes and sludges, including oils and greases, acids, alkalis, solvents, metals from plating operations, pigments, phenols and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Contaminants: Cadmium Chloroform Chromium Copper Lead Mercury Methylene Chloride Trichloroethene VOCs

Deleted: 2005


Chloroform

Katonah Municipal Well

Location: Town of Bedford, Westchester County

Narrative: Chemicals impacting this municipal well may have come from four dry cleaners that discharged their process wastes into septic systems.

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene

Deleted: 2000


Kenmark Textile Corp.

Location: Farmingdale, Suffolk County

Narrative: Wastes from facility operations were discharged into sludge drying beds and a leach pit, resulting in groundwater contamination.

Contaminants: Chromium Nickel Zinc

Deleted: 1995


Love Canal

Location: Niagara Falls, Niagara County

Narrative: Between 1942 and 1953, when it ceased disposal operations, the Hooker Electrochemical Company (now Occidental Chemical Corporation, or OXY) disposed of over 21,000 tons of hazardous chemicals into the abandoned Love Canal, contaminating soil and groundwater.

Contaminants: Chlorobenzene Dioxins Pesticides VOCs

Deleted: 2004


Ludlow Sand & Gravel

Location: Paris, Oneida County

Narrative: And 18-acre former gravel pit and landfill and gravel pit. Deposited materials included domestic wastes, septic tank effluent, dyes and waste oils, and animal parts from a meat processing plant.

Contaminants: Chromium Heavy Metals Nickel PCBs Phenols VOCs

Deleted: 2013


Marathon Battery Co.

Location: Cold Spring, Putnam County

Narrative: Former nickel-cadmium battery manufacturer whose operations contaminated soil on the plant property and adjacent properties, as well as sediments in a nearby cove, adjacent marshland, and the Hudson River.

Contaminants: Cadmium Cobalt Nickel Trichloroethene Zinc

Deleted: 1996


Niagara County Refuse

Location: Wheatfield, Niagara County

Narrative: 65-acre facility that accepted large amounts of municipal and industrial solid and chemical wastes.

Contaminants: Heavy Metals Pesticides SVOCs VOCs

Deleted: 2004


North Sea Municipal Landfill

Location: Southampton, Suffolk County

Narrative: 131-acre former municipal landfill that accepted a variety of wastes.

Contaminants: Ammonia Manganese

Deleted: 2005


Pasley Solvents and Chemicals, Inc.

Location: Hempstead, Nassau County

Narrative: A former tank farm, about 75 feet by 275 feet, used to store oils, solvents and other chemicals. Poor waste handling and storage led to soil and groundwater contamination.

Contaminants: SVOCs VOCs

Deleted: 2011


Peter Cooper Corporation (Markhams)

Location: Dayton, Cattaraugus County

Narrative: An animal glue and industrial adhesives factory. A total of about 40,000 cubic yards of waste and fill was consolidated and capped.

Contaminants: Arsenic Chromium Zinc

Deleted: 2010


Peter Cooper

Location: Gowanda, Cattaraugus County

Narrative: An animal glue and industrial adhesives factory that piled process sludges on the property.

Contaminants: Arsenic Chromium Zinc

Deleted: 2019


Pfohl Brothers Landfill

Location: Cheektowaga, Erie County

Narrative: 120-acre landfill where waste and drums were deposited into shallow 150-foot diameter pits and covered over with fly ash and fill material.

Contaminants: Benzene Heavy Metals Mercury PCBs Phenol

Deleted: 2008


Radium Chemical Company, Inc.

Location: Woodside, Queens County

Narrative: Facility that abandoned a large quantity of radioactive material after shutting down. Radioactive materials and other hazardous substances were removed.

Contaminants: Radium

Deleted: 1995


SMS Instruments, Inc.

Location: Deer Park, Suffolk County

Narrative: Facility whose operations included the overhauling of military aircraft components. Operations contaminated groundwater and soil.

Contaminants: Chlorobenzene Dichlorobenzenes Trichloroethene Xylenes

Deleted: 2010


Suffern Village Well Field

Location: Suffern, Rockland County

Narrative: An oil burner reconditioning business discharged waste fluids into a pit, and chemicals in those fluids leached to groundwater and subsequently made their way to the well field.

Contaminants: Dichloroethane Naphthalene Trichloroethane

Deleted: 1993


Syosset Landfill

Location: Oyster Bay, Nassau County

Narrative: A 38-acre landfill that operated from 1933 to 1975 and received a wide variety of wastes. It has been capped, and a system has been installed to prevent gases generated in the landfill from migrating.

Contaminants: Arsenic Benzene Cadmium Chromium Lead Manganese PCBs Toluene Vinyl Chloride Xylenes

Deleted: 2005


Tronic Plating Co., Inc.

Location: Farmingdale, Suffolk County

Narrative: Facility discharged millions of gallons of process liquids wastes into a sanitary pit and the four underground leaching pools.

Contaminants: Heavy Metals VOCs

Deleted: 2001


Vestal Water Supply Well 4-2

Location: Vestal, Broome County

Narrative: Contaminated soils were in and around a leach pit at nearby Monarch Chemical Corporation. Some contaminated soils were removed and a system was installed to remove chemicals from the drinking water supply.

Contaminants: Tetrachloroethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Trichloroethene

Deleted: 1999


Warwick Landfill

Location: Warwick, Orange County

Narrative: Former 19-acre unlined landfill that accepted wastes and sludges. EPA capped the landfill and installed filters on some drinking water wells.

Contaminants: Heavy Metals Phenols SVOCs VOCs

Deleted: 2001


Wide Beach Development

Location: Brant, Erie County

Narrative: A local homeowners' association applied waste oil containing PCBs to local roadways to control dust. Construction projects led to some of that soil being spread around the community. Subsequent sampling revealed PCBs in the air, road dust, soil, vacuum cleaner dust and water samples from private wells.

Contaminants: PCBs

Deleted: 1994


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