Fridley Area Superfund Sites
Fridley, MN (Anoka County)
- Boise Cascade/Onan Corp./Medtronics EPA ID# MND006481543
- FMC Corp
EPA ID# MND006481543
- Fridley Commons Park Well Field EPA ID# MND985701309
- Kurt Manufacturing Corp
EPA ID# MND059680165
EPA ID# MN3170022914
Community Involvement Coordinator
Patricia Krause (firstname.lastname@example.org)
312-886-9506 or 800-621-8431, ext. 69506, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST
Here you can find consolidated information about Superfund sites in the Fridley area. Fridley is a city in southeast Minnesota that borders the Mississippi River.
Fridley Superfund Sites:
- Boise Cascade/Onan Corp./Medtronics
- FMC Corp. – Fridley Plant
- Fridley Commons Park Well Field
- Kurt Manufacturing Co.
- Naval Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant (NIROP)
Another Superfund site in the area is the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant.
The Fridley Superfund Community Advisory Group will meet on Thursday, July 18 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Fridley Community Center Room 109, 6085 Seventh St., NE, Fridley. EPA and Minnesota Department of Health will present at the meeting.
March 2013 Update
After the January 30 CAG informational sessions, EPA received 21 CAG applications in February. EPA is providing a neutral facilitator to help the CAG applicants form an effective CAG. EPA and the facilitator will meet with the CAG applicants on Tuesday, March 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fridley Community Center. In this initial meeting, CAG participants will get to know each other, talk about how they want to operate, develop some short- and long-term goals and lay out a schedule of meetings. While this initial gathering will mainly be organizational in nature, all CAG meetings are open to the public.Community Advisory Group Informational Session (February 2013)
EPA staff hosted a CAG informational meeting for Fridley residents on January 30, 2013. CAGs give interested people an opportunity to participate in EPA’s Superfund process to clean up hazardous waste areas. At these upcoming sessions, EPA staff will provide information on how to form a CAG and choose its members. CAG membership is voluntary and participants should be willing to serve two-year terms. CAGs meet regularly to review site information and relay community views and concerns to the EPA. All CAG meetings are open to the public, and public input is encouraged. The following information was presented and distributed at the sessions:
- Community Advisory Group Handout (PDF) (4pp, 9.55K)
- Introduction to Community Advisory Groups Presentation (PDF) (43pp, 693K)
Community Interviews (December 2012)
EPA conducted 41 community interviews with Fridley area residents in December. Interviews were done one-on-one, with small groups, and over the telephone. From the interviews EPA will write a Community Involvement Plan. The plan is a road map for the EPA’s future involvement with the Fridley sites. It is a valuable resource for the citizens because it provides a description of the community involvement activities available to the public. It will be updated as necessary to remain consistent with the community’s needs.
You will need Adobe Reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA's PDF page to learn more.Fact Sheets
- EPA Seeks Community Input On Cleanup Sites (PDF) (2 pp, 651KB) Nov 2012
- Community Advisory Group Information Sheet (PDF) (2pp, 274K)
- A Citizen’s Guide to Activated Carbon Treatment (PDF) (2 pp,1.17MB)
- A Citizen’s Guide to Air Stripping (PDF) (2 pp, 528K)
- A Citizen’s Guide to Pump and Treat (PDF) (2 pp, 854K)
- Trichloroethylene (TCE)
- Community Involvement Plan (PDF) (71pp, 1.5MB) April 2013