Great Lakes Asphalt Site

State TrusteeAO Bureau

Also Known As

None

Incident Type

Chemical

State

Indiana

Case Status

Closed

Location

Finley Creek

Authority

Contaminants of Concern Include

Affected DOI Resources Include

Migratory Birds, Threatened and Endangered Species

Financial Summary

Restoration Funds Collected:

$28,830.00

*Restoration Funds Allocated:

$31,259.16

*Restoration Funds Remaining:

$0.00

* Restoration Funds can contain multiple settlements/projects. All collections are placed in interest bearing accounts. For detailed information on individual settlements/ projects please visit: NRDAR Status Report

Case Description

The Great Lakes Asphalt Facility Is located in Boone County, Indiana in an agricultural/residential area. In 1972 and 1982, the facility leased the use of several tanks to the operators of the Enviro-Chem Site for the storage of “synthetic fuel”. On May 10, 1989, the Emergency Response Branch of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management was notified of a release at the Facility. The release flowed north to contaminate the soil, a drainage system and a waterway. The discharge covered a 1.5 mile area and entered Eagle Creek. Approximately 80,000 gallons of liquid material containing elevated levels of volatile organic compounds such as toluene, xylene, methyl isobutyl ketone, ethylbenzene, trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene and high levels of metals such as lead, zinc, copper and chromium have been released into the environment at or from the Facility.

Case Documents


 Document TypeDocument NameDocument Date

Settlement

 AOC Administrative Order on Consent 05/25/1994

Restoration

 Restoration Plan Restoration Plan 07/01/1997

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Case Contact

Bloomington Ecological Services Field Office

Bloomington, IN | (812) 334-4261 | http://www.fws.gov/midwest/bloomington/

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