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Van Dale Junkyard Superfund Site

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Contact Information

Community Involvement Coordinator
Virginia Narsete (narsete.virginia@epa.gov)
312-886-4359 or 800-621-8431, ext. 64359

 

Remedial Project Manager
Karen Cibulskis(cibulskis.karen@epa.gov)
312-886-1843 or 800-621-8431, ext. 61843

Repositories

(where to view written records)

Washington County Public Library
615 Fifth St.
Marietta, Ohio 45750

 

Background

Van Dale Junkyard is located on 10 acres within a 31-acre parcel of land and until 1980 received a variety of materials that included scrap metal, appliances, automobiles, tires, batteries, along with several thousand drums of industrial waste. Many of the contaminants identified at the site are listed in Common Chemicals Found at Superfund Sites.

Cleanup at the site included collecting contaminated soils, separating waste from soil, disposing wastes off-site, constructing a cap over soils and wastes, and installing fencing and property restrictions. Ground water, surface water, and sediment monitoring is part of long-term operation and maintenance at the site.

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Site Updates

October 2013

EPA is conducting a five-year review of the Vandale Junkyard Superfund site at Marietta Township Road 83 in Washington County near Marietta, Ohio. The Superfund law requires regular checkups of sites that have been cleaned up – with waste managed on-site – to make sure the cleanup continues to protect people and the environment. This is the third five-year review of this site.

EPA’s cleanup of hazardous solid waste and contaminated soil consisted of disposing of hazardous waste off-site; capping contaminated soil and solid waste on-site; monitoring how natural processes such as decay and evaporation are cleaning up contaminated underground water supplies; monitoring sediment and surface water; restricting future uses of the property; and maintaining and inspecting the cap and the rest of the site.  The review should be completed by February 2014.

The five-year review is an opportunity for you to tell U.S. EPA about site conditions and any concerns you have.

 

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