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Superfund Sites Administered by the TCEQ

The sites in this list are (or were) Superfund cleanups administered by our Remediation Division.
Aluminum Finishing
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this former metal finishing facility in Houston, Harris County. This site was remediated under the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
American Zinc
This former zinc smelter in Dumas, Moore County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Angus Road Groundwater Plume
The groundwater at this Ector County site is contaminated with 1,2-dichloroethane, 1,2,3-trichloropropane, and manganese from an unknown source. The site is in the remedial investigation (RI) phase.
ArChem Thames/Chelsea
The TCEQ has deleted the ArChem Thames/Chelsea Chemical Company site from the state Superfund Registry. No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this former specialty chemical manufacturing and toll processing plant in Houston, Harris County.
Avinger Development Company (ADCO)
This former wood treatment facility in Avinger, Cass County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Aztec Ceramics
This former ceramic tile manufacturing site in San Antonio, Bexar County, is in the operation and maintenance phase of the State Superfund Program. The TCEQ has deleted this site from the state Superfund Registry.
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.
Bailey Metal Processors, Inc.
This former scrap copper and lead reclamation facility in Brady, McCulloch County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Baldwin Waste Oil Company
This former waste oil processing facility in Robstown, Nueces County is currently in the Operation and Maintenance phase of the Superfund Program.
Ballard Pits
The TCEQ Superfund Program is conducting a remedial investigation at this site comprised of former drilling fluid and refinery waste disposal pits near Robstown, Nueces County.
Barlow's Wills Point Plating
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this former electroplating facility in Wills Point, Van Zandt County.
Bestplate
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this former metal fabrication and plating facility in Hutchins, Dallas County.
Butler Ranch
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on these two abandoned uranium mining pits containing drums of hazardous substances in Falls City, Karnes County. This site was referred to the Texas Railroad Commission.
Camtraco Enterprises, Inc.
This former fuel storage/fuel blending/distillation facility in Pearland, Brazoria County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Cass County Treating Company
This former wood treating site in Linden, Cass County, is in the remedial investigation stage of the state Superfund Program.
City View Road Groundwater Plume
This groundwater plume in Midland, Midland County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Col-Tex Refinery
This former oil refinery in Colorado City, Mitchell County, is in the remedial investigation phase of the state Superfund program.
Cox Road Dump Site
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this waste disposal landfill in Dayton, Liberty County. The site was referred to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
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.

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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.