Richardson Hill Road Landfill NPL Site

State TrusteeState of New York
AO Bureau

Also Known As


Incident Type



New York

Case Status



South Pond, Herrick Hollow Creek


Contaminants of Concern Include

Affected DOI Resources Include

Migratory Birds

Case Description

The Department of the Interior ("DOI"), acting by and through the United States Fish and Wildlife Service ("FWS") and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ("NYSDEC") (jointly referred to as the "Trustees"), finalized a settlement of $400,000 with Honeywell International Inc. and the Amphenol Corporation for Natural Resource Damages at the Richardson Hill Road Landfill Superfund (Site). The Site is located in Delaware County, New York. The Site accepted a variety of hazardous wastes that contaminated wetlands, uplands, and Herrick Hollow Creek, causing injury to fish and wildlife resources. Contaminants at the site include polychlorinated biphenyls, chlorinated solvents, and metals such as lead and arsenic. The Trustees are reviewing restoration projects in the following categories for incorporation into a restoration plan: wetland, upland, and stream restoration projects, acquisition or protection of land for conservation purposes, and projects to enhance fishing or other outdoor recreational activities.

Credit: Richardson Hill Road Landfill Trustee Council

Herrick Hollow Creek, Credit: FWS

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 Document TypeDocument NameDocument Date

Assessment;Case Funding

 Restoration Plan Final Restoration Plan 10/20/2016
 PAS Preassessment Screen and Determination 02/19/2010


 Settlement Agreement Settlement Agreement 12/05/2014

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Case Contact

New York Ecological Services Field Office

Cortland, NY | (607) 753-9334 |

Case Trustees

AO Bureau
State TrusteeState of New York

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