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Superfund Sites in Congressional District 19, Texas

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

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Materials Recovery Enterprises
This former Class I industrial solid waste management facility in Ovalo, Taylor County is currently in the Operation and Maintenance phase of the Superfund Program.
Melton Kelly Property
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this unauthorized metals salvage site in Chatfield, Navarro County.
Moss Lake Road Groundwater Plume
This site is a groundwater plume underlying Moss Lake Road in Big Spring, Howard County and is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Scrub-A-Dubb Barrel Company
This former drum cleaning and reconditioning business in Lubbock, Lubbock County, is being proposed to the state Superfund Registry.
Sonics International, Inc.
These former industrial waste injection wells in Ranger, Eastland County are currently in the Operation and Maintenance phase of the Superfund Program.
State Road 114 Groundwater Plume
The EPA's web page on this groundwater plume in Levelland, Hockley County.
Stoller Chemical Company
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this former hazardous waste container storage facility in Plainview, Hale County.
NEW!

New Information Required use of SW-846 Method 5035

Beginning January 1, 2016, the TCEQ Remediation Division will require the use of United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) SW846 Method 5035A, Purge-and-Trap and Extraction for Volatile Organics in Soil and Waste Samples, as amended, for the collection and preparation of solid samples for volatile organic compound (VOC) analysis using purge-and-trap technology.

The TCEQ Remediation Division guidance on Method 5035 has been updated and is available.