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Superfund Sites in Congressional District 1, Texas

Links to information about Superfund sites, whether state or federal, active or deleted, in this Congressional district. Also information on sites officially proposed for National Priorities List or Texas Superfund Registry.

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Crim-Hammett
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this prior landfill in Henderson, Rusk County.
Dorchester Refining Company
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this oil refinery in Mount Pleasant, Titus County. This site was referred to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
Garland Creosoting
The EPA's web page on this former manufacturer of creosote treated wood products in Longview, Gregg County.
Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant
The EPA's web page on this former munitions loading and assembly facility in Karnack, Harrison County.
Marshall Wood Preserving
This former wood treatment facility in Marshall, Harrison County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Old Lufkin Creosoting
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this former wood treatment facility in Lufkin, Angelina County. This site was referred to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
Shelby Wood Specialty, Inc.
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this former wood treatment facility in Tenaha, Shelby County. This site was referred to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
Stewco, Inc.
The EPA's web page on this former truck cleaning facility in Waskom, Harrison County.
Tenaha Wood Treating
This former wood treatment facility in Tenaha, Shelby County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Voda Petroleum, Inc.
This former waste oil recycling facility in Clarksville City, Gregg County is currently in the Operation and Maintenance phase of the Superfund Program.
Woodward Industries, Inc.
This former wood treatment facility in Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.