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St. Regis Paper Company Site

Site Information
Contact Information

Community Involvement Coordinator

Remedial Project Manager

Repositories

(where to view written records)

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
Division of Resource Management
6350 Highway 2 NW
Cass Lake, MN

Cass Lake City Clerk's office
332 Second St. NW
Cass Lake, MN

Cass Lake Library
223 Cedar Ave.
Cass Lake, MN

Leech Lake Tribal College
113 Balsam Ave.
Cass Lake, MN

Bemidji State University Library
1501 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN


Background

The St. Regis Paper Co. Superfund Site is in Cass Lake, Minnesota, on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation adjacent to the Chippewa National Forest. The property was used as a wood treating operation from approximately 1958 until 1985. On Sept. 21, 1984, the site was placed on the Superfund National Priorities List because of contamination of the soil and ground water with dioxin; pentachlorophenol, or PCP; and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs. A 1984 study showed these contaminants posed a potential risk to people and the environment. (more...)

St. Regis Paper Company Site Aerial photo

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Site Updates

January 2014

This electronic version of EPA'sWoods and Water newsletter is designed for those who live near the St. Regis Superfund Site at Cass Lake, MN. The print version will be distributed in the next few weeks. If you do not receive one and would like to be added to the mailing list for the print copy, send your name and addressto Don de Blasio, EPA Community invovlement Coordinator Don de Blasio, at (deblasio.don@epa.gov), or by mail to Don de Blasio,  U.S. EPA, 77 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604. You also may call 312-886-4360 and leave a voicemail message if there is no answer.

Wood and Water - US EPA'S Community Newsletter about the St. Regis Site Cleanup (PDF) (980KB, 2PP) January 2014

October 2013

The Potentially Responsible Parties collected additional soil data in August 2012 and May 2013 under EPA oversight and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is evaluating this information to further refine and evaluate the cleanup options before selecting a final soil remedy.  The PRPs also collected groundwater and soil data in Operable Units 1 and 3 to evaluate hydraulic capture of the groundwater pump-and-treat system.

The feasibility study, proposed plan, and other site-related documents are available for review at all of the repositories listed on this page.

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