Where are the Superfund sites in Illinois?

Waukegan, Illinois
Superfund site is in Waukegan, Illinois. From the 1920s to 1998, an asbestos manufacturing facility and landfill operated at the site. Disposal practices resulted in air, groundwater and surface water contamination. EPA added the site to the National Priorities List (NPL) in 1983.

How many Superfund sites are there 2021?

1,300 Superfund sites
This allowed the Environmental Protection Agency to clean up the most contaminated sites in the United States. As of 2021, there were more than 1,300 Superfund sites on the National Priorities List (NPL).

How many Superfunds are there?

As of June 12, 2019, there were 1344 Superfund sites on the National Priorities List in the United States.

How many Superfund sites are located in Illinois?

13 Sites
This is a list of Superfund sites in Illinois designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) environmental law. These sites are listed on the National Priorities List. 13 Sites are listed below.

How many Superfund sites are in Illinois?

How close is too close to a Superfund site?

Research shows adverse health effects most likely occur within a 1.8 mile boundary around a Superfund site. Approximately 21 million people live within a mile (PDF) of a Superfund site, potentially exposing them all to harmful chemicals and toxins such as lead, arsenic, and mercury.

Is Love Canal still a Superfund site?

In September 2004, the EPA removed the Site from the Superfund program’s NPL. As a result of the revitalization efforts of the Love Canal Area Revitalization Agency (LCARA), new homeowners have moved into the habitable areas of the Love Canal site.

How do I search for a Superfund site?

Search the Superfund data system for active and archived NPL and non-NPL sites. View EPA’s Cleanups in my Community map, which includes Superfund sites as well as sites and facilities addressed under other programs.

What is the DuPage County Landfill Superfund site?

The 40-acre DuPage County Landfill/Blackwell Forest Preserve Superfund site is located within the 1,200-acre Blackwell Forest Preserve in Warrenville, Illinois. DuPage County established the landfill with the goal of creating a hill to serve as a recreational amenity.

Can I add Superfund National Priorities List sites to the map?

The layer, Superfund National Priorities List (NPL) Sites with Status Information, cannot be added to the map. *The latitude and longitude coordinates for the sites displayed in the map are derived from Hazard Ranking System documentation records used to support the addition of these sites to the National Priorities List.

Where is the DePue Superfund site?

The DePue/New Jersey Zinc/Mobil Chemical Corp. Superfund site is located in the village of DePue in Bureau County, Illinois. The 950-acre area includes Lake DePue and borders the DePue-Donnelly Wildlife Management Area.