List of Superfund sites in Florida

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This is a list of Superfund sites in Florida designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) environmental law. The CERCLA federal law of 1980 authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to create a list of polluted locations requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations.[1] These locations are known as Superfund sites, and are placed on the National Priorities List (NPL). The NPL guides the EPA in "determining which sites warrant further investigation" for environmental remediation.[2] As of May 3, 2010, there were 52 Superfund sites on the National Priorities List in Florida.[2] Three more sites have been proposed for entry on the list and 23 others have been cleaned up and removed from it.[2] There are also twelve Superfund Alternative sites in the state.[3]

Superfund sites[edit]

      Proposed for addition to National Priorities List
      Deleted from National Priorities List
      Superfund Alternative site
CERCLIS ID Name County Reason Proposed Listed[4] Construction
completed[5]
Partially
deleted[6]
Deleted[7]
FLD980221857 Agrico Chemical Co. Escambia Soil and surface water contamination by fluoride, arsenic and lead and groundwater contamination by fluoride, arsenic, chloride, sulfate, nitrate/nitrite, radium-226 and radium-228 from former chemical and fertilizer manufacturing.[8]
06/24/1988
10/04/1989
09/23/1999
FLD004145140 Airco Plating Co. Miami-Dade Soil and groundwater contamination by metals, including cadmium and chromium, and VOCs, including PCE, DCE and vinyl chloride. There is a risk of contamination of the Biscayne Aquifer, the county's sole drinking water source.[9]
06/24/1988
02/21/1990
09/15/1999
FLD012978862 Alaric Area Groundwater Plume Hillsborough Groundwater contamination by PCE and TCE, including trace contamination of the Upper Floridan Aquifer, a major source of drinking water in the Tampa area. Contamination has also spread to the nearby Helena Chemical Superfund site.[10]
02/04/2000
12/01/2000
09/30/2003
FLD041495441 Alpha Chemical Corp. Polk Groundwater, soil and sediment contamination by VOCs, including xylene, styrene, ethylbenzene, benzoic acid and 1,2-dichloropropane from former industrial waste disposal practices.[11]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/21/1990
06/28/1995
FLD008161994 American Creosote Works (Pensacola Plt) Escambia Soil, sediment and groundwater are contaminated with VOCs, PAHs, PCP and dioxins from former wood treatment operations.[12]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
FLD020536538 Anaconda Aluminum Co./Milgo Electronics Miami-Dade Groundwater was contaminated by cyanide and heavy metals, such as cadmium, lead, iron, zinc, selenium and copper from former on-site waste disposal practices. Sediment, soil and surface water contained heavy metals such as mercury, selenium and arsenic. Contamination reached the Biscayne Aquifer, the sole source of drinking water for south Florida.[13]
10/26/1989
08/30/1990
11/22/1994
07/09/1998
FLD981014368 Anodyne, Inc. Miami-Dade Groundwater contamination by metals and VOCs and soil contaminated by metals from former manufacturing operations.[14]
06/24/1988
02/21/1990
FLSFN0406909 Arkla Terra Property Polk Soil, groundwater and private drinking water wells are contaminated by PCE from tank cleaning.[15]
06/29/2008
04/09/2009
FLD004574190 B&B Chemical Co., Inc. Miami-Dade Soil and groundwater contamination by benzene, chlorobenzene and vinyl chloride from soakage pits. The site has impacted the Biscayne Aquifer, the sole source of drinking water in southern Florida.[16]
06/24/1988
08/30/1990
10/01/1994
FLD980494660 Beulah Landfill Escambia Groundwater contamination by PCP and soils and sludges contaminated by PAHs, pesticides, PCP and metals, including aluminum, zinc, iron, lead, chromium and nickel.[17]
06/26/1988
02/21/1990
09/16/1993
06/22/1998
FLD052172954 BMI-Textron Palm Beach Soil was containated by cyanide and fluoride; groundwater was contaminated by arsenic, cyanide, fluoride and sodium.[18]
06/24/1988
08/30/1990
08/11/1994
11/18/2002
FLD980847016 Brown's Dump Duval Soil contained elevated levels of lead, arsenic, other inorganic compounds, organic compounds, pesticides, PCBs, dioxins and furans. Remedial action is expected to start in 2010.[19]
FLD980728935 Brown Wood Preserving Suwannee Soil and sediments were contaminated by carcinogenic PAHs from former wood treatment opeartions.[20]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
12/31/1991
09/22/1995
FLD980709356 Cabot/Koppers Alachua The Cabot part of the site is a former charcoal production operation, which is now redeveloped; the Koppers part is an active wood treatment facility. Groundwater, soil and possibly off-site surface water are contaminated by arsenic, PAHs and creosote compounds, from poor waste-handling practices in the past.[21]
09/08/1983
09/21/1984
FLD094590916 Callaway & Son Drum Service Polk Groundwater is contaminated by DCE, TCE, PCE, xylene and vinyl chloride from former drum cleaning operations at levels not thought to pose a risk. Contaminated drums have been removed from the site.[22]
02/04/2000
05/11/2000
12/21/2007
08/04/2009
FLD981931959 Cascade Park Gasification Plant/Landfill Leon Soil and groundwater contamination by light and heavy oils, coal tars, sludges, ash, ammonia, cyanide and lime wastes[23]
FL5170022474 Cecil Field Naval Air Station Duval Release of petroleum products, solvents, corrosives, compressed gasses, pesticides, paints and thinners from spills and poor housekeeping practices at the former base.[24]
07/14/1989
11/21/1989
08/26/2009
05/21/2003
FLD080174402 Chemform, Inc. Broward Soil and groundwater were contaminated by vinyl chloride, arsenic, chromium and other substances from disposal practices at a former precision machine shop.[25]
06/10/1988
10/04/1989
09/16/1993
07/28/2000
FLD004064242 Chevron Chemical Co. (Ortho Division) Orange Soil and groundwater contamination by pesticides, petroleum products and VOCs, including xylene from waste disposal practices at a former pesticide formulation plant. Contaminated soil has been removed.[26]
01/18/1994
05/31/1994
02/10/1998
FLD055945653 City Industries, Inc. Orange Soil and groundwater contamination by poor waste handling processes and intentional dumping by a former industrial waste handling business. The site was abandoned with around 1,200 drums of hazardous waste and thousands of gallons of sludge in storage tanks. Wastes and contaminated soil were removed in 1983–4; groundwater is being treated.[27]
10/15/1984
10/04/1989
03/02/1994
FLD991279894 Coleman-Evans Wood Preserving Co. Duval Soil, sediment and shallow groundwater were contaminated by PCP and dioxins from former wood treatment operations. Over 210,000 short tons (190,000 t) of soil have been treated, around 320,000 gallons of hazardous liquids have been recovered and safely disposed of, over 2,000 cubic yards of hazardous solids have been safely disposed of and over 73,000,000 gallons of groundwater have been treated and discharged.[28]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/18/2007
FLD001704741 Coronet Industries Hillsborough Organic and inorganic contamination from former phosphate mine and processing plant is under investigation.[29]
FLD980602288 Davie Landfill Broward Soils, sludges and groundwater contaminated by inorganic compounds, heavy metals and VOCs. The primary contaminants of concern for groundwater are vinyl chloride and antimony. Sludges have been dewatered and stabilized and groundwater contamination has attenuated to levels not thought to pose a risk to health.[30]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
11/08/1995
08/21/2006
FLD000833368 Dubose Oil Products Co. Escambia Soil was contaminated by VOCs, PAHs and PCP and groundwater by VOCs, from a former waste processing facility. After cleanup, no hazardous substances remain on site at levels considered harmful.[31]
10/15/1984
06/10/1986
09/11/1997
10/01/2004
FLD008168346 Escambia Wood – Pensacola Escambia Creosote, PCP, PAH and dioxin contamination from an abandoned wood treatment facility. Adjacent properties are contaminated by PCP and dioxins and groundwater by PCP and naphthalene. Most of an estimated 358 affected households have been permanently relocated.[32]
08/23/1994
12/16/1994
FLD083111005 Flash Cleaners Broward Soil, sludge and groundwater contaminated by PCE, TCE and decomposition products from former on-site dry cleaning operations.[33]
03/19/2008
09/03/2008
FLD984184127 Florida Petroleum Reprocessors Broward Extensive VOC groundwater pollution from a former waste oil processing facility has contaminated the Biscayne Aquifer. Soil is contaminated by VOCs and waste oil degradation products and there is a highly concentrated non-aqueous phase layer.[34]
04/01/1997
03/06/1998
FLD050432251 Florida Steel Corp. Martin Soil was contaminated by lead, zinc from disposal of dust filtered from the air in the mill and by PCBs from hydraulic fluid leaks. Groundwater is contaminated by sodium from a water softening plant and radium, which may be naturally occurring but may have been concentrated by operation of the water softener. The steel mill has not operated since 1982.[35]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/11/1997
FLR000091322 General Dynamics Longwood Seminole Soil is contaminated by TCE and breakdown products, arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury and silver and groundwater by TCE and breakdown products, and chromium from former printed circuit board manufacture and other operations. The shallow aquifer is connected to the Upper Floridan Aquifer.[36]
04/09/2009
FLD071307680 Gold Coast Oil Corp. Miami-Dade Soil was contaminated by VOCs and metals from improper waste disposal at a former oil and solvent reclamation facility. Groundwater, including the Biscayne Aquifer, which is the sole source of drinking water for southern Florida, was contaminated by VOCs.[37]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
06/23/1992
10/09/1996
FLD000602334 Harris Corp. (Palm Bay Plant) Brevard Groundwater was contaminated by numerous substances, including vinyl chloride, TCE and chromium. The adjacent municipal well field was contaminated.[38]
04/10/1985
07/22/1987
07/01/1998
FLD053502696 Helena Chemical Co. (Tampa Plant) Hillsborough Soil is contaminated by pesticides, semi-VOCs and VOCs, including xylene, from former operations on site. Groundwater is contaminated by chlorinated pesticides, PAHs, phenols and VOCs.[39]
02/07/1992
10/14/1992
FLD980709802 Hipps Road Landfill Duval A former landfill site was redeveloped into residential lots. Groundwater is contaminated by VOCs, including vinyl chloride and benzene.[40]
09/08/1983
09/21/1984
09/02/1994
FLD004119681 Hollingsworth Solderless Terminal Broward Soil and groundwater contamination by VOCs from the discharge of degreasing agents.[41]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
06/04/1993
FL7570024037 Homestead Air Force Base Miami-Dade Groundwater contamination typical of air operations (such as jet fuel and metals) is of concern as it drains into Biscayne National Park.[42]
07/14/1989
08/30/1990
09/29/2006
FLD043047653 ITT Thompson Industries Madison Groundwater contamination by TCE, DCE and vinyl chloride and sediment contamination by lead, zinc and chromium from former auto parts manufacturing.[43]
FLSFN0407002 Jacksonville Ash Duval Ash disposal from three former waste incinerators led to elevated levels of lead in soil and groundwater, and elevated levels of arsenic, metals, pesticides, PCB and dioxins in soil, surface water, groundwater and sediments.[44]
FL6170024412 Jacksonville Naval Air Station Duval Groundwater, sediment, soil and surface water contaminated by PCBs, VOCs (including methylene chloride, methylethyl ketone, ethyl acetate and TCE), PAHs, sludges containing organic and inorganic compounds, waste solvents, battery acid, JP-5 jet fuel, chlorinated solvents and pesticides.[45]
07/14/1989
11/21/1989
FLN000410232 JJ Seifert Machine Hillsborough Soil contamination by PCE and groundwater contamination by VOCs including PCE, TCE, DCE and vinyl chloride. Private drinking wells have been contaminated.[46]
09/23/2009
03/04/2010
FLD980727820 Kassauf-Kimerling Battery Disposal Hillsborough On-site soil and groundwater, along with sediment and surface water in nearby marshland was contaminated by arsenic, lead and cadmium.[47]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/24/1998
10/02/2000
FLD039049101 Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp – Jacksonville Duval Soil, groundwater and sediments are contaminated by VOCs, pesticides, PCBs and metals from former pesticide and fertilizer formulation, packaging and distribution facility.[48]
09/23/2009
03/04/2010
FLD042110841 Landia Chemical Company Polk Soil, groundwater and sediment contamination by pesticides, metals, VOCs and semi-VOCs from former pesticide and fertilizer formulation and blending operations.[49]
02/04/2000
05/11/2000
FLD981019235 Madison County Sanitary Landfill Madison Elevated levels of dichloroethane, DCE, TCE and vinyl chloride in soil and groundwater, including the Floridan Aquifer.[50]
04/28/1993
08/30/1990
FLD076027820 Miami Drum Services Miami-Dade Soil was contaminated by metals, pesticides and organic solvents, and groundwater by VOCs from poor waste handling practices at a drum recycling facility, which was forced to close in 1981. Groundwater contamination is mixed with contamination from the nearby Northwest 58th Street Landfill and Varsol Oil Spill Superfund sites and has reached the Biscayne Aquifer, the county's sole source of drinking water.[51]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
04/28/1993
FLD088787585 MRI Corp (Tampa) Hillsborough Soil, sediment and groundwater are contaminated by lead and other metals, from a former detinning and steel recycling facility, which also operated an electroplating shop.[52]
06/17/1996
12/23/1996
FLD084535442 Munisport Landfill Miami-Dade Groundwater was contaminated by base neutral acids, inorganic compounds, heavy metals, PAHs, pesticides and VOCs from filling of wetland areas with construction debris and solid waste to raise elevation for development.[53]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/05/1997
02/21/1989
FL9170024567 Naval Air Station Pensacola Escambia Groundwater is contaminated by VOCs and surface water and sediments are contaminated by heavy metals.[54]
07/14/1989
11/21/1989
FLD980709398 Nocatee-Hull Creosote DeSoto Soil, groundwater and sediment contamination by creosote-related PAHs, benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes from railroad tie treatment operations that are believed to have ended in 1952.[55]
FLD984229773 Normandy Park Apartments Hillsborough Soil and groundwater contamination by lead and antimony from former battery recycling operations. Contaminated soil has been removed and groundwater treatment is ongoing.[56]
02/13/1995
FLD980602643 Northwest 58th Street Landfill Miami-Dade Groundwater was contaminated by arsenic, chromium, zinc, benzene, chlorobenzene, tetrachloroethane, TCE and vinyl chloride from former landfill operations. Groundwater contamination is mixed with contamination from the nearby Miami Drum Services and Varsol Oil Spill Superfund sites and has reached the Biscayne Aquifer, the county's sole source of drinking water.[57]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
03/06/1995
10/11/1996
FLD984169235 Orlando Former Gasification Plant Orange Soil and groundwater are contaminated by coal tar waste products.[58]
FLD041140344 Parramore Surplus Gadsen Soil and groundwater were contaminated by PCBs, solvents and cyanide leaking from drums stored on site.[59]
08/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/15/1987
02/21/1989
FLD004091807 Peak Oil Co./Bay Drum Co. Hillsborough The site is a former waste oil re-refining plant and drum reconditioning facility. Soil, sludges, surface water and sediments are contaminated by PCBs, VOCs, arsenic, lead and other heavy metals from process wastes and groundwater is contaminated by VOCs and heavy metals.[60]
10/15/1984
06/10/1986
09/26/2006
FLD032544587 Pepper Steel & Alloys, Inc. Miami-Dade Soil is contaminated by PCBs, lead and arsenic.[61]
09/08/1983
09/21/1984
09/28/1993
FLD980798698 Petroleum Products Corp. Broward Soil and groundwater are contaminated by chlorinated solvents, transformer oil and heavy metals including lead, aluminum, chromium, iron and manganese from former waste oil re-refining. Specific sources of contamination include former waste disposal practices and catastrophic spills. An estimated 30,000 to 125,000 gallons of contaminated waste oil is floating on top of the Biscayne Aquifer, the sole source of drinking water for the county.[62]
04/10/1985
07/22/1987
FLD980556351 Pickettville Road Landfill Duval Metal and VOC contamination of soil and groundwater from the closed hazardous waste landfill threaten local drinking water supplies and creeks.[63]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/24/2008
FLD056116965 Pioneer Sand Co. Escambia The site is a former sand quarry that was later used as a landfill. Soil and sludges are contaminated by PCBs.[64]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
12/31/1991
02/08/1993
FLD004054284 Piper Aircraft/Vero Beach Water & Sewer Indian River Soil and groundwater were contaminated by a leak from an underground TCE storage tank.[65]
06/10/1986
02/21/1990
09/18/1997
FLD984227249 Raleigh Street Dump Hillsborough Soil and sediments are contaminated by the disposal of battery casings, furnace slag and other materials. Groundwater is contaminated by antimony, arsenic and lead. The groundwater has high natural salinity so is not potable but contamination may extend to local wetlands.[66]
09/03/2008
04/09/2009
FLD000824896 Reeves Southeast Galvanizing Corp Hillsborough Groundwater, sediments and soil are contaminated by heavy metals, including zinc, chromium and lead.[67]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
FLD101835528 St. Augustine Gas Volusia Groundwater, soil and sediments are contaminated by VOCs, metals, inorganic compounds and PAHs from former coal gasification plant. Soil is also contaminated by dioxins, which are not associated with these operations.[68]
FLD032728032 Sanford Dry Cleaners Seminole Soil and groundwater are contaminated by PCE and its decomposition products TCE and DCE from a dry cleaning business that closed in 2001.[69]
03/04/2010
FLD984169193 Sanford Gasification Plant Seminole The site is contaminated by metals, VOCs, PAHs, dioxins and dibenzofurans.[70]
FLD980602882 Sapp Battery Salvage Jackson Soil, sediments, surface water and groundwater are contaminated by sulfuric acid, lead and other heavy metals, and plasticizers.[71]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
FLD062794003 Schuylkill Metals Corp. Hillsborough The site is a former battery recycling facility. Soil, surface water and sediments in nearby wetlands contained highly elevated levels of lead and groundwater is contaminated by lead, chromium and sulfate beyond state drinking water standards.[72]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/18/1997
08/22/2001
FLD043861392 Sherwood Medical Industries Volusia Groundwater is contaminated by VOCs and soil by heavy metals from former waste disposal practices.[73]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/18/1997
FLD980728877 62nd Street Dump Hillsborough Improper disposal of an estimated 48,000 cubic yards of waste on-side has contaminated soil and groundwater with antimony, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead and PCBs.[74]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
09/29/1995
10/01/1999
FLD032845778 Solitron Devices Palm Beach Soil and groundwater, including municipal supply wells, are contaminated by heavy metals and solvents from a former electronics manufacturing facility.[75]
FLD045459526 Solitron Microwave Martin Groundwater contamination by PCE, TCE, DCE and vinyl chloride from a former plating and manufacturing business had affected private drinking water wells.[76]
03/06/1998
07/28/1998
10/04/1994
FL0001209840 Southern Solvents, Inc. Hillsborough Soil and groundwater, including the Floridan Aquifer, are contaminated by PCE, believed to be from spills at the former dry-cleaning solvent distribution facility.[77]
05/11/2000
07/27/2000
FLD004072658 Sprague Electric Seminole Groundwater, including the Floridan Aquifer is contaminated by TCE and TCA from a former capacitor manufacturing plant.[78]
FLD004126520 Standard Auto Bumper Corp. Miami-Dade Soil and groundwater are contaminated by nickel and chromium from poor waste disposal practices at a former electroplating facility. Contamination threatens the Biscayne Aquifer, the county's sole source of drinking water.[79]
06/24/1988
10/04/1989
10/04/1994
10/26/2007
FLD004092532 Stauffer Chemical Co (Tampa) Hillsborough Soil, surface water, sediments and groundwater are contaminated by pesticides from an inactive pesticide manufacturing and distribution facility.[80]
06/17/1996
12/23/1996
09/26/2000
FLD010596013 Stauffer Chemical Co. (Tarpon Springs) Pinellas Soil, groundwater and surface water are contaminated by arsenic, antimony, beryllium, phosphorus, PAHs and radium-226 from a former phosphorus refining plant.[81]
02/07/1992
05/31/1994
FLD000648055 Sydney Mine Sludge Ponds Hillsborough Improper disposal of around 16 million gallons of liquid waste and sludges have contaminated groundwater with PAHs and VOCs. The Hawthorn Aquifer, the main local supply of drinking water, is contaminated.[82]
06/10/1986
10/04/1989
06/28/1999
FLD980494959 Taylor Road Landfill Hillsborough The Floridan Aquifer is contaminated by VOCs and metals, which have been detected in private wells.[83]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
06/18/1999
FLD004065546 Tower Chemical Co. Lake Soil and groundwater are contaminated by DDT, chlorobenzilate and their partial breakdown compounds from an abandoned pesticide manufacturing facility. Chemicals spilled into Lake Apopka.[84]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
FLD091471904 Trans Circuits, Inc. Palm Beach [85]
02/04/2000
FLD070864541 Tri-City Oil Conservationist, Inc. Hillsboro [86]
09/21/1987
09/01/1988
FLD091471904 Tyndall Air Force Base Bay [87]
06/17/1996
04/01/1997
FLD098924038 United Metals, Inc. Jackson [88]
04/30/2003
FLD980602346 Varsol Oil Spill Miami-Dade Surface water and groundwater were contaminated by PAHs from oil spills at Miami International Airport, including a leak of approximately 1.6 million gallons of varsol, a petroleum solvent from an underground pipe. Groundwater contamination is mixed with contamination from the nearby Miami Drum Services and Northwest 58th Street Landfill Superfund sites and has reached the Biscayne Aquifer, the county's sole source of drinking water.[89]
12/30/1982
09/08/1983
03/29/1985
09/01/1988
FLD982119729 West Florida Natural Gas Marion [90]
FLD980602767 Whitehouse Oil Pits Duval [91]
09/08/1983
05/04/2006
FL2170023244 Whiting Field Naval Air Station Santa Rosa [92]
01/18/1994
05/31/1994
FLD041184383 Wilson Concepts of Florida, Inc. Broward [93]
09/22/1992
04/04/1995
FLD981021470 Wingate Road Municipal Incinerator Dump Broward [94]
10/04/1989
01/04/2002
FLD004146346 Woodbury Chemical Co. (Princeton Plant) Dade [95]
06/25/1992
11/27/1995
FLD980844179 Yellow Water Road Dump Duval [96]
10/03/1996
05/18/1999
FLD049985302 Zellwood Ground Water Contamination Orange [97]
09/08/1983
09/16/2003

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