Contact InformationCommunity Involvement Coordinator
Susan Pastor (email@example.com)
312-353-1325 or 800-621-8431, ext. 31325
Remedial Project Manager
312-886-6150 or 800-621-8431, ext. 66150
Superfund Redevelopment Coordinator
312-886-1967 or 800-621-8431, ext. 61967
(where to view written records)
Antioch Public Library
Antioch Public Library
757 N. Main St. (Route 83)
Antioch, IL 60002
Ask for the Adult Reference Librarian
H.O.D. Landfill occupies about 121 acres with about 51 acres used as a landfill. The site is adjacent to a freshwater wetland and Sequoit Creek, a stream that flows into a series of nearby lakes. The landfill portion is divided into the "old landfill" and the "new landfill." Operations began at the "old landfill" in 1963 and at the "new landfill" in 1975. H.O.D. was closed in 1984, and the entire landfill was covered with clay. The site was placed on the National Priorities List in 1990 due to nearby vinyl chloride-contaminated ground water.
The landfill’s cleanup, which was completed in 2001, included cap improvements, enhanced gas and leachate collection systems, leachate treatment, and ground water monitored natural attenuation. Institutional controls, including deed restrictions, were put in place to regulate the use of the property and ground water.
Construction of an energy system to use the H.O.D. Landfill's gas as a way to produce electricity and heat for the nearby Antioch Community High School began on December 2002. This project's successful design and construction served as a model for other communities interested in using nearby landfill gas as an alternative energy and "green" solution to save taxpayers money and combat global warming.
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EPA completed its second status review of the landfill's cleanup in 2010. This type of review is required at least every five years where the cleanup is complete but hazardous waste remains managed on-site. These reviews are done to ensure that the cleanup continues to protect people and the environment.
The review included:
- An evaluation of background information
- Cleanup requirements
- Effectiveness of the cleanup and any anticipated future actions
- An analysis of ways for EPA to operate more efficiently
The review found that the cleanup continues to protect people and the environment. The next review will be in 2015.
- H.O.D. Landfill Superfund Site Return to Use 2004 Demonstration (PDF) (2pp, 247K) Nov 2012
- Sites in Reuse: H.O.D. Landfill Superfund Site (PDF) (2pp, 550KB) Aug 2007
- Declaration for the Record of Decision (PDF) (146pp, 5.7MB) Sept 1998
- Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Volume 3 of 3 (PDF)(397pp, 13.3MB) Jan 1997
- Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Volume 2 of 3 (PDF)(347pp, 13.4MB) Jan 1997
- Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Volume 1 of 3 (PDF)(203pp, 7.9MB) Jan 1997
- Community Relations Plan (PDF)(27pp, 596KB) Oct 1993
- Second five-year review (PDF)(149pp, 16MB) Sept 2010
- First five-year review (PDF) (37pp, 2.3MB) Sept 2005
- Consent Decree (PDF) (25pp, 993KB) May 2008
- Consent Decree (PDF) (35pp, 831KB) Nov 1993
- Administrative Order on Consent (PDF) (93pp, 3MB) Feb 1991
- Administrative Order on Consent (PDF) (39pp, 1MB) June 1990