Fadrowski Drum Disposal Superfund Site
Community Involvement Coordinator
Patricia Krause (email@example.com)
312-886-9506 or 800-621-8431, ext. 69506, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST
Remedial Project Manager
Sheila Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
312-886-5251 or 800-621-8431, ext. 65251
(where to view written records)
Franklin Public Library
9151 W. Loomis Road
Franklin, WI 53232
Fadrowski Drum Disposal site (FDDS) is located on 20 acres of semi-rural land in Franklin, Wisconsin. Between 1970 and 1982 FDDS accepted demolition and construction waste. Buried drums containing liquids and sludges were discovered during removal. An in-depth study of the nature and extent of contamination and evaluation of cleanup alternatives was performed (remedial investigation/feasibility study) and results confirmed chemicals in the ground water and onsite creek.
Cleanup at the site comprised of removing buried drums and contaminated soil, closing an onsite pond, covering waste with a landfill cap, installing a collection system to stop landfill liquids from going off-site, monitoring ground water, and fencing the area.
EPA removed Fadrowski Drum Disposal site from the National Priorities List on September 6, 2005. Menards, Inc. purchased the Fadrowski Drum Disposal site and adjacent land and constructed the Menard's Home Improvement Center. Menard's a PRP for the site has signed a legal agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to ensure the continued operation and maintenance of the site.
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EPA completed the third five-year review for the Fadrowski Drum site in July 2008. The review evaluated how well the cleanup at the site is working. EPA's cleanup plan removed waste-filled drums, consolidated and capped other waste, closed an on-site pond, installed a ground-water monitoring network, and filed deed restrictions. The cleanup continues to protect people and the environment and EPA recommends follow-up action to make sure the cleanup remains protective. Follow-up actions include: maintaining and monitoring controls that prohibit both residential use of property and using ground water for drinking water; and monitoring ground water and contaminated liquid at the site. The next scheduled review will be in 2013.
- Third five-year review (PDF) (188pp, 12.7MB) July 2008
- Second Five Year Review (PDF) (123 pp, 5.5MB) September 2003
- First Five Year Review (PDF) (6pp, 37K) September 1998
- Record of Decision (PDF) (18pp, 45K) June 1991
- Administrative Order on Consent (PDF) (38pp, 1.5MB) September 1991