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Superfund Sites in Congressional District 22, 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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Aztec Mercury
The TCEQ has deleted this site from the state Superfund registry. No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this former mercury-recycling facility in Brazoria County.
Brio Refining, Inc.
The EPA's web page on this former refining, recycling and recovery facility in Friendswood, Harris County.
Camtraco Enterprises, Inc.
This former fuel storage, blending, and distillation facility in Pearland, Brazoria County is in the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study phase of the State Superfund Program.
Dixie Oil Processors, Inc.
The EPA's web page on this former copper recovery and hydrocarbon recovery facility in Friendswood, Harris County.
EmChem
This former glycol distillation facility in Pearland, Brazoria County was deleted from its proposed-for-listing status on the Superfund registry because the site has been accepted into the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
Hagerson Road Drum
This abandoned drum repository in Fort Bend County was remediated under the state Superfund program. No further Superfund environmental response actions are required.
Harkey Road
This former residential property in Brazoria County was contaminated with lead, believed to be from lead-acid battery chips used as fill for low areas. The site was remediated under the state Superfund program and no further Superfund environmental response actions are required.
James Barr Facility
This former hazardous waste storage facility in Pearland, Brazoria County, Texas is in the operation and maintenance phase of the state Superfund program.
McNabb Flying Service
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this former aerial pesticide applicator company in Alvin, Brazoria County. This site was referred to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
Solvent Recovery Services
This former solvent recovery facility in Arcola, Fort Bend County, was cleaned up under the state Superfund Program. No further Superfund action is needed.