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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.

Site Summary

The site is comprised of two non-contiguous areas within two separate tracts of land; a 13-acre tract east and south of 1215 Hagerson Road, Sugar Land, Texas, and a 3-acre tract approximately 0.25 mile south of there. The site operated as a drum repository for an undetermined amount of time before it was abandoned, leaving soil that was impacted by lead and organic compounds.

Superfund Registry and Cleanup

The TCEQ proposed the site to the state Superfund registry in July 1991 and conducted a removal action in April 1993, removing approximately 150 drums and 40 cubic yards of impacted soil to a permitted landfill.

Remedial Investigation

A remedial investigation in October 1993 indicated that the cleanup had adequately addressed any imminent threat and substantial endangerment to public health and safety or the environment.

Current Status

Cleanup was completed in 1993 and the site was deleted from the registry in 1997. No further Superfund environmental response actions are required.

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