1. HAZARDOUS SITES CLEANUP FUND
  2. ANNUAL REPORT
  3. August 2017
      1. Table of Contents
      2. Figures:
      3. Tables:
      4. Appendices:
      5. 1.0 Introduction
      6. 2.0 Description of Hazardous Sites Cleanup Activities
      7. 2.1 DEP-Funded Investigations, Cleanups and Monitoring
      8. 2.2 Cleanup Activities by Responsible Parties (RPs)
      9. 2.3 Participation in the Federal Superfund Program
      10. 2.4 Implementation of a Voluntary Cleanup Program and Promotion of Brownfield
      11. Redevelopment
      12. Figure 1 - Remedial Action Status of 97 PA Sites Proposed and Listed
      13. on the Federal NPL
      14. 2.5 Hazardous Waste Programs
      15. 3.0 Statutorily Required Program and Financial Information
      16. 3.1 HSCF Financial Statement
      17. 3.2 Response Expenditures under Hazardous Sites Cleanup (Contracts, Grants and
      18. Settlements)
      19. 3.2.1 Water Supply Replacements
      20. 3.2.2 Emergency Response Expenditures
      21. 3.2.3 Federal Superfund Expenditures
      22. 3.3 Technical Evaluation Grants
      23. 3.4 DEP Personnel
      24. 3.5 Cost Recovery
      25. 3.6 Violations and Civil Penalties
      26. Appendix A
      27. DEP Investigations, Cleanups and Monitoring Funded under HSCA
      28. Appendix B
      29. Cleanup Activities by Responsible Parties (RPs)
      30. Appendix C
      31. Federal Military Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) Still to be
      32. Addressed in Pennsylvania
      33. Appendix D
      34. Pennsylvania Sites on the Federal National Priorities List
      35. Appendix E
      36. Financial Statements
      37. Statement of Revenue, Expenditures and Commitments
      38. HAZARDOUS SITES CLEANUP FUND
      39. BALANCE SHEET
      40. As of June 30, 2017(UNAUDITED)
      41. Appendix F
      42. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Activities and Expenditures, FY 2016-17
    1. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
    2. Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
    3. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
    4. Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
    5. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
    6. Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
    7. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
    8. Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
      1. Appendix G
      2. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Activities and Expenditures, FY 2015-16
    9. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
    10. Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
    11. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
    12. Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
    13. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
    14. Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
    15. Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
    16. Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
      1. Appendix H
      2. State Expenditures
      3. Under the Federal Superfund Program
      4. Appendix I
      5. Cost Recovery, FY 2016-17
      6. Cost Recovery Recorded During FY 2016-17
      7. Appendix J
      8. Violations Cited and Penalties Collected under HSCA, FY 2016-17
    17. Pennsylvania’s Hazardous Sites Cleanup Program

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Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction.........................................................................................................................1
2.0 Description of Hazardous Sites Cleanup Activities............................................................2
2.1 DEP-Funded Investigations, Cleanups and Monitoring ............................................2
2.2 Cleanup Activities by Responsible Parties (RPs)......................................................3
2.3 Participation in the Federal Superfund Program........................................................3
2.4 Implementation of a Voluntary Cleanup Program and
Promotion of Brownfield Redevelopment ...............................................................4
2.5 Hazardous Waste Programs.......................................................................................5
3.0 Statutorily Required Program and Financial Information ..................................................6
3.1 HSCF Financial Statement.........................................................................................6
3.2 Response Expenditures under Hazardous Sites Cleanup (Contracts, Grants and
Settlements) ...............................................................................................................7
3.2.1 Water Supply Replacements..............................................................................8
3.2.2 Emergency Response Expenditures ..................................................................8
3.2.3 Federal Superfund Expenditures .......................................................................8
3.3 Technical Evaluation Grants......................................................................................9
3.4 DEP Personnel ...........................................................................................................9
3.5 Cost Recovery............................................................................................................9
3.6 Violations and Civil Penalties..................................................................................10
Figures:
Figure 1 - Remedial Action Status of 97 PA Sites Proposed and Listed on the Federal NPL ..4
Figure 2 - Final Reports Approved Under Act 2 .......................................................................5
Tables:
Table 1 - Status of RCRA Corrective Action Interim Goals at Pennsylvania Sites ..................6
Table 2 - Mixed Funding Settlements........................................................................................7
Table 3 - Temporary Water Supply Replacement Responses ...................................................8
Table 4 - Complement of HSCF Positions ................................................................................9
Appendices:
Appendix A - DEP Investigations, Cleanups and Monitoring Funded under HSCA..............11
Appendix B - Cleanup Activities by Responsible Parties (RPs) .............................................32
Appendix C - Federal Military Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) Still to be Addressed
in Pennsylvania..................................................................................................39
Appendix D - Pennsylvania Sites on the Federal National Priorities List...............................40
Appendix E - Financial Statements..........................................................................................66
Appendix F - Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Activities and Expenditures, FY2016-17.....69
Appendix G - Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Activities and Expenditures, FY2015-16....74
Appendix H - State Expenditures Under the Federal Superfund Program ..............................79
Appendix I - Cost Recovery, FY 2016-17...............................................................................83
Appendix J - Violations Cited and Penalties Collected under HSCA, FY 2016-17................85

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1.0
Introduction
The Hazardous Sites Cleanup Fund (HSCF), a special fund established under the Hazardous Sites
Cleanup Act (HSCA) (35 P.S. §6020.101 et seq.), provides the funding for the Department of
Environmental Protection (DEP) to carry out a number of activities to address releases and threatened
releases of hazardous substances to the environment. These activities include:
Investigation, cleanup and monitoring at contaminated sites
Participation in the federal Superfund Program
Participation in the federal Hazardous Waste Program
Implementation of Pennsylvania’s Land Recycling Program
Revenue to the HSCF is generated from hazardous waste management and transportation fees assessed
under Section 903 of HSCA (35 P.S. §6020.903); recovery of DEP-incurred expenditures from
responsible parties (cost recovery); penalties; interest generated from the balance in the HSCF; the
Capital Stock and Franchise Tax (CSFT) as provided under the HSCF Funding Act, Act 77 of
2007 (35 P.S. §6021.1 et seq.); and transfers from the Marcellus Legacy Fund as provided under
Act 13 of 2012.
The HSCF Funding Act provided for the transfer of $40 million annually from the CSFT to the HSCF.
The CSFT expired on Dec. 31, 2015; however, trailing revenue collections will continue through
FY 2017-18. Act 13 of 2012 provides for the transfer from the Marcellus Legacy Fund to the HSCF
starting in 2014. The transfer will include a portion of the Unconventional Gas Well Fee and a portion
of revenue deposited into the Oil and Gas Lease Fund. For FY 16-17, the transfer was $8.1 million.
For all future fiscal years, the transfer is expected to be about $18.1 million: $15 million from the Oil
and Gas Lease Fund and $3.1 million from the Unconventional Well Fee.
Without an annual transfer from the CSFT, revenue to the HSCF is insufficient to fund all the work
currently conducted by the Department. This work includes the administration of the Land Recycling
Program (including brownfields grants), implementation of the delegated federal hazardous waste
regulatory program, and the cleanup of toxic federal Superfund and Pennsylvania HSCA sites. The
current balance within the fund, full transfers of Act 13 monies, and current estimates for other
revenue to the HSCF should sustain the current level of spending into FY18-19.
This report is provided to the General Assembly in accordance with Section 902(c) of HSCA (35 P.S.
§6020.902(c)) and Section 6 of the HSCF Funding Act. This report provides:
HSCF revenue and expenditure information for the period of July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
(FY 2016-17)
Estimated site-specific HSCF-funded investigation, cleanup and monitoring expenditures
and activities for the period of July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017 (FY 2016-17)
Description of HSCF-funded programs
HSCF personnel complement summary
Summary of DEP participation in the federal Superfund Program funded by the HSCF
Other program information as required by statute
As a supplement to the August 2016 HSCA Annual Report, final site-specific investigation, cleanup
and monitoring expenditures for the period of July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016 (FY 2015-16) are also
provided. Final site-specific expenditure amounts are not available prior to the reporting deadline

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contained in the HSCF Funding Act; therefore, only estimated expenditures are reported in August
each year. The final expenditures are reported in the subsequent annual report.
This report incorporates the content and format recommendations provided by the Pennsylvania
Department of the Auditor General in its special performance audit report dated March 5, 2009.
2.0
Description of Hazardous Sites Cleanup Activities
The HSCA statute, Act 108 of 1988, provides DEP with a means of protecting human health and the
environment from contamination due to the releases or threatened releases of hazardous substances
(generally speaking, toxic chemicals). HSCA gives DEP the authority to investigate, assess and
remediate sites where hazardous substances or contaminants have been released or may be released
into the environment. DEP coordinates actions under HSCA with other Pennsylvania and federal
statutes that also address hazardous substances and contaminants, including, but not limited to, the
Pennsylvania Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act, Act 2 of 1995 (The
Land Recycling Act); the Pennsylvania Solid Waste Management Act, Act 97 of 1980; the federal
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 (federal Superfund
law); and the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA).
DEP has many tools to address releases of hazardous substances into the environment under various
programs funded by the HSCF. Pennsylvania is actively involved in cleaning up contamination that
threatens human health and the environment by conducting response actions itself (funded actions),
requiring responsible parties to implement actions (enforcement actions), administering the voluntary
cleanup program under the Land Recycling Act, participating in federal hazardous waste corrective
action projects, participating in the federal Superfund Program, and promoting federal cleanup of
current and former military facilities. DEP can use more than one tool for a particular site, switching
between funded or enforcement actions, voluntary cleanups and utilizing federal resources as needed
to control or clean up site contamination and foster redevelopment. Exploring opportunities to
coordinate HSCA-funded actions with private and/or federally funded actions allows DEP to achieve
cleanups in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
2.1
DEP-Funded Investigations, Cleanups and Monitoring
HSCA gives DEP the authority to fund investigations, cleanups and monitoring activities at abandoned
industrial facilities and contaminated sites where the responsible party (RP) is financially unable or
unwilling to conduct the work or where an RP is not known. In these circumstances, DEP deploys
state-procured contractors to respond to the site contamination. HSCA allows DEP to recover the costs
it expends from the parties responsible for the contamination.
During the last fiscal year, DEP performed investigations of groundwater and soil contamination,
replaced contaminated water supplies, removed and disposed of toxic wastes, implemented
groundwater treatment actions, and conducted other response actions. DEP has addressed threats posed
by toxic chlorinated solvents, toxic heavy metals, flammable materials, corrosive substances and
radiological materials.
Appendix A contains a list of sites where DEP is conducting and funding investigations, cleanups, and
monitoring activities. The list contains descriptions of the contamination and the response actions at
the sites. This list does not include all sites where DEP is conducting preliminary assessments, and it

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does not include all potentially abandoned sites in Pennsylvania. Expenditures at each site are
separately listed in Appendices F and G.
2.2
Cleanup Activities by Responsible Parties (RPs)
HSCA provides DEP the authority to pursue enforcement actions and enter into settlement agreements
to require the parties responsible for the release or threatened release to fund and perform the response
actions. Appendix B contains a list of cleanup activities by responsible parties. In cases where a
responsible party is able to clean up a site, DEP can enter into an agreement and oversee the required
work to ensure it meets the requirements within Pennsylvania’s laws, rules and regulations. After
initial contact with DEP, many parties elect to implement voluntary cleanups under the Land
Recycling Act.
HSCA also provides for unique types of settlements, for instance, mixed funding settlements. This
type of settlement can be used in a situation where multiple entities are responsible for the
contamination and some are bankrupt or no longer in existence. In a mixed funding agreement, DEP
can agree to fund a percentage of the remediation equal to the “orphan” (e.g., bankrupt) entity’s share
of the contamination at the site.
DEP has developed a Multi-Site Agreement (MSA) for a responsible party who has many
contaminated sites within Pennsylvania. DEP is overseeing work performed under MSAs with owners
of former manufactured gas plants, the federal government, and pipeline transmission companies. The
MSAs provide enhanced communications, more predictable financial expenditures, and improved
consensus on technical issues. The MSA process allows companies to incorporate environmental
perspectives and goals more easily and efficiently into current and future business plans.
DEP and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) addressed federal government cleanups at
1,099 active and former military sites under a Cooperative Multi-Site Agreement (CMSA) between
1998 and 2010. Pennsylvania’s CMSA is unique in the nation. This agreement provided a framework
under which the federal government inventoried and responded to active and formerly used defense
sites with environmental contamination. All currently owned federal facilities in Pennsylvania have
either been cleaned up or are being cleaned up under a federal program (e.g. federal Superfund).
Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) are continuing to be addressed by the Army Corps of Engineers,
as federal funds are available. A list of the FUDS sites that still need to be addressed is provided in
Appendix C.
DEP and the DOD have also executed a Defense and State Memorandum of Agreement (DSMOA).
The DSMOA provides for federal reimbursement of state reviews of eligible federal military cleanup
actions.
2.3
Participation in the Federal Superfund Program
HSCA authorizes the commonwealth to fully participate in the federal Superfund Program,
implemented by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the federal Superfund law.
The federal Superfund Program allows EPA to either require a responsible party to clean up the site or
fund the cleanup itself. If EPA funds the cleanup, federal law requires states to pay 10 percent of the
remedial cost and to operate and maintain the remedy on a permanent basis or until the cleanup
standard is achieved. If a responsible party addresses the site, DEP is provided the opportunity to

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review and comment on investigations and cleanup plans and to recover its administrative costs.
Further information on the federal Superfund Program is available at www.epa.gov.
As of July 1, 2017, Pennsylvania has 95 sites on EPA’s National Priorities List (NPL), a list of sites
that EPA compiles for remedial response. EPA is currently proposing to list two additional sites.
Among all states in the country, Pennsylvania has the third-largest number of NPL sites, behind
New Jersey with 114 sites and California with 98. Due to Pennsylvania’s active participation in the
Superfund Program, EPA, in cooperation with the state, has remediated and removed 30 sites from the
NPL.
EPA measures the cleanup progress at federal Superfund sites on the NPL by tracking the completion
of site studies (to determine the extent of contamination and options) and the completion of
construction of the remedial action (e.g. installation of a groundwater treatment system).
Figure 1 shows the remedial progress of Pennsylvania sites.
Appendix D contains a list of Pennsylvania’s NPL sites and the status of their remediation activities.
The appendix includes the proposed and listed sites and certain deleted sites with continuing operation
and maintenance obligations.
2.4
Implementation of a Voluntary Cleanup Program and Promotion of Brownfield
Redevelopment
A principal goal of the Land Recycling Act is to promote the redevelopment of contaminated sites
within Pennsylvania. The Land Recycling Act has three primary purposes: to provide for the
remediation of contaminated sites utilizing risk-based cleanup standards, to return abandoned sites to
productive use, and to preserve farmland and greenspace. The four cornerstones of the Land Recycling
Program are: 1) uniform cleanup standards based on health and environmental risks; 2) standardized
review procedures; 3) relief from liability; and 4) financial assistance. The establishment of uniform
cleanup standards enables a person to clearly understand the extent and cost of site cleanup. Consistent
reporting requirements and standardized review procedures provide a definite time frame for
remediation. Relief from liability, which extends to future owners, addresses liability concerns that can
Proposed
1%
Study
23%
Construction
Complete
76%
Figure 1 - Remedial Action Status of 97 PA Sites Proposed and Listed
on the Federal NPL
Cleanups have reached the construction complete milestone at 76 percent of the sites.

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impede site redevelopment and sale. Financial assistance, available to those who did not cause or
contribute to contamination at the site, can reduce the cost of site assessment and remediation.
The HSCF provides funding for DEP personnel and operating costs required to implement the Land
Recycling Act. HSCF also provides financial assistance for brownfields redevelopment through
transfers authorized under the Land Recycling Act and the Industrial Sites Environmental Assessment
Act, Act 4 of 1995, as amended.
DEP approved 374 final reports submitted for actions during FY 2016-17. Over the 21-year history of
the Land Recycling Program, DEP has approved over 6218 actions.
2.5
Hazardous Waste Programs
DEP receives federal funds from EPA to manage the hazardous waste regulatory program under the
federal RCRA statute. This program includes permitting, inspection and enforcement at regulated
facilities. This EPA grant requires the commonwealth to pay 25 percent of the cost of personnel and
operating expenses. The HSCF funds the 25 percent match.
Regulated facilities where releases of hazardous waste have occurred are subject to the RCRA
corrective action program. Pennsylvania is not currently authorized to administer the RCRA corrective
action program; however, DEP is participating in a work-sharing agreement under the RCRA grant to
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
Figure 2 - Final Reports Approved Under Act 2
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address high-priority sites. Under the agreement, Pennsylvania has been evaluating RCRA corrective
action sites to determine whether the sites meet RCRA interim goals.
EPA set goals to have RCRA-regulated facilities under the corrective action program achieve control
of contamination and complete corrective actions. Pennsylvania has 355 sites subject to RCRA
corrective action. Table 1 identifies the number of sites reaching each goal established by EPA.
Further details on the individual sites are available from the EPA website, www.epa.gov.
Table 1 – Status of RCRA Corrective Action Interim Goals at Pennsylvania Sites
Human
Groundwater
Final
Total
Sites
Exposure
Controlled
Migration
Controlled
Remedy
Selection
Construction
Complete
Cleanup
Achieved
High-Priority
Sites
156
154
137
111
108
49
Medium- and
Low-Priority
Sites
199
162
155
128
128
89
In 2004, DEP and EPA signed a “One Cleanup Program” agreement, which establishes a framework
for coordinating voluntary cleanups under the Land Recycling Act and other federal statutes, including
RCRA. This agreement is designed to promote the cleanup and redevelopment of sites subject to
RCRA corrective action by resolving both federal and state liability for cleanup at the same time.
In addition to funding the DEP hazardous waste regulatory program, HSCA provides financial
assistance to municipalities who host commercial hazardous waste disposal facilities. The HSCF also
provides funds for pollution prevention financial assistance and household hazardous waste collection
and disposal under the Small Business and Household Pollution Prevention Program, established by
Act 190 of 1996.
3.0
Statutorily Required Program and Financial Information
Section 902(c) of HSCA and Section 6 of the HSCF Funding Act require DEP to include specific
program and financial information in the annual report.
3.1
HSCF Financial Statement
Financial statements are provided in Appendix E. The statements include a balance sheet and a
statement of revenue, expenditures and commitments.
In FY 2016-17, HSCF revenue and receipts totaled about $51,660,000, which includes transfers from
the CSFT, transfers from the Marcellus Legacy Fund, interest, cost recovery, and hazardous waste
transportation and management fees.
Expenditures and commitments totaling about $52,471,000 occurred in the following executive
authorizations during FY 2016-17:
General Operations: DEP personnel salaries and benefits, DEP administrative operating costs,
fixed assets that are incurred for HSCA state-funded response actions, oversight of
responsible-party cleanups under HSCA, actions occurring under the Land Recycling Act,

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federal Superfund actions, and the 25 percent RCRA grant match activities. This executive
appropriation account also includes DEP laboratory costs for HSCA projects and preliminary
investigations.
Hazardous Sites Cleanup: Costs for investigation, cleanup and monitoring activities at specific
sites incurred under DEP contracts and purchase orders. This also includes payments to EPA
under State Superfund Contracts (representing the 10 percent match required for federal
Superfund remedial actions).
Host Municipality Grants: Financial assistance to municipalities who host commercial
hazardous waste disposal facilities and grants for the technical evaluation of a proposed
remedial response within their borders, as authorized under HSCA.
Transfer to Industrial Environmental Assessment Fund: Provides funds to the Department of
Community and Economic Development’s Industrial Sites Reuse Program as authorized under
Act 4 of 1995.
Transfer to Industrial Sites Cleanup Fund: Provides funds to the Department of Community and
Economic Development’s Industrial Sites Reuse Program as authorized under Act 2 of 1995.
Transfer to Household Hazardous Waste Account: Funds household hazardous waste collection
and disposal programs under Act 190 of 1996.
Small Business Pollution Prevention: Funds the Small Business Advantage Grant program
administered by DEP under Act 190 of 1996.
3.2
Response Expenditures under Hazardous Sites Cleanup (Contracts, Grants and
Settlements)
During FY 2016-17, DEP initiated four and completed one response actions. Including other response
actions that continued from previous years, total project expenditures under the Hazardous Sites
Cleanup appropriation for FY 2016-17 are estimated at $22.8 million. Because DEP has not received
and audited all invoices for contract work performed during FY 2016-17, it can only provide estimated
expenditures at this time. The final contracted expenditures will be included as a supplement in the
subsequent annual report. The expenditures for each project during FY 2016-17, including a
description of the type of response action performed, are listed in Appendix F.
A mixed funding agreement under section 505(h) of HSCA has been signed at one site identified in
Table 2 below. Expenditures incurred during FY 2016-17 under this agreement are provided in
Appendix F and summarized below.
Table 2 - Mixed Funding Settlements
County
Site Name
FY 2016-17
Expenditure
Washington
American Zinc Chemical
$279,343
In FY 2016-17, there were no contract expenditures for intervention and environmental mediation
services; no contract expenditures for rehabilitation, restoration or acquisition of natural resources; and
no reimbursements of expenses under section 505(f) of HSCA.

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3.2.1 Water Supply Replacements
DEP funds water supply replacement activities at various sites. In many cases, DEP immediately funds
temporary water supply replacements of private wells (e.g. delivery of bottled water) that are found to
be contaminated and then follows up with permanent replacements (e.g. connecting home to a public
water supply) after the contamination has been fully investigated and a comprehensive response plan
has been developed.
DEP initiated a permanent water supply response at Waynesboro TCE in Washington Township,
Franklin County, and completed the Tomstown TCE site in Quincy Township, Franklin County during
FY 2016-17. DEP is continuing to install a waterline at the Intercourse TCE Site in Leacock
Township, Lancaster County.
During FY 2016-17, DEP continued temporary response actions, including supplying bottled water
and maintaining whole house carbon treatment filtration systems at 18 sites, listed in Table 3 below.
The total contract cost in FY 2016-17 for temporary water supply maintenance at these sites is
estimated to be $103,000. This list does not include federal Superfund sites where DEP is operating
and maintaining federal remedial actions. Further descriptions of the sites are included in Appendix A,
and the costs incurred at the sites are provided in Appendix F.
Table 3 - Temporary Water Supply Replacement Responses
ADSCO Landfill
High Quality Plating
Tamenend PCE
Allen Road
Intercourse TCE
Tomstown TCE
Clements Landfill
Lakeside PCE
Topton
Crown Industries
Nockamixon TCE
Vandor Manufacturing
Easton Road
Railroad TCE
Waynesboro TCE
Furlong Manufacturing
Ridge Run
Winship Road
3.2.2 Emergency Response Expenditures
During FY 2016-17, no emergency response actions were funded under the HSCF.
3.2.3 Federal Superfund Expenditures
As of July 1, 2017, DEP has 14 State Superfund Contracts (SSCs) with outstanding balances at
Pennsylvania Superfund sites. The outstanding balance of the 10 percent match required in these
contracts is approximately $5.90 million. DEP anticipates that EPA will propose another five SSCs in
the future requiring an additional $1.48 million in state funds. As of July 1, 2017, DEP is annually
spending approximately $2.6 million in contracting costs (this does not include the cost of DEP
salaries, benefits, travel and general operating expenses – e.g. DEP supplies) at 22 Superfund sites to
perform operation and maintenance responsibilities. In Appendix H, DEP identifies the state’s
currently known and anticipated financial obligations at “funded” Superfund remedial action sites.
The June 28, 2010, Settlement Agreement between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the U.S.
Department of Justice settles the state’s liability, as one of the responsible parties under federal
Superfund law, for the asbestos release at the Valley Forge National Park. DEP has paid
$12,373,492.94 from the HSCF under this agreement. At this time, no additional payment requests are
anticipated.

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3.3
Technical Evaluation Grants
In FY 2016-17, DEP provided no technical evaluation grants under section 510 of HSCA.
3.4
DEP Personnel
As of July 7, 2017, there were 257 positions on the HSCF complement and, of those positions, 225 are
currently filled, 19 are vacant, and 13 are subject to the complement ceiling limit. These positions
include professional, scientific, administrative and legal job titles within the DEP organizational areas
shown in Table 4.
Table 4 – Complement of HSCF Positions
Organizational Area
Filled
Vacant
Bureau of Waste Management
25
6
Bureau of Environmental Cleanup and Brownfields
22
7
Office of Administration & Management
3
1
Secretary’s Office
4
2
Office of Chief Counsel
6
0
SE Region
38
5
NE Region
22
1
SC Region
31
3
NC Region
11
4
SW Region
33
0
NW Region
30
3
225
32
As of July 31, 2017, personnel costs, including benefits for FY 2016-17 for the HSCF-funded
programs and projects, totaled $14,851,064.64. The HSCF does not fund 100 percent of the cost for all
positions on the HSCA complement. Personnel report hours worked in different programs and projects
in the state’s accounting systems. Since each program/project code is linked to a particular fund, the
appropriate funds are charged the applicable cost. For instance, the federal hazardous waste program
code distributes 25 percent of the personnel cost to the HSCF and the remaining 75 percent to federal
grant monies. Final cost distributions are pending at the time this annual report was prepared;
therefore, the exact personnel costs for FY 2016-17 upon final audit may be different.
3.5
Cost Recovery
HSCA allows DEP to seek and recover its investigation and response costs from responsible parties at
HSCA sites. After response actions are completed, DEP pursues responsible parties, for instance,
where parties are financially viable and will typically negotiate a settlement that may include a
long-term payment schedule. Additionally, DEP may enter into agreements whereby a responsible
party performs the work and agrees to pay DEP personnel costs for oversight, for example, MSAs.
DEP deposited $693,713 of cost recovery payments into the HSCF during FY 2016-17. Appendix I
contains a list of the payments collected by site/case name.

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3.6
Violations and Civil Penalties
Appendix J contains a list of the violations DEP cited under HSCA during FY 2016-17. The list also
includes civil penalties assessed during FY 2016-17 for any violations cited under HSCA. DEP
collected $2,500 in civil penalties for transportation and management fees not paid in FY 2016-17.

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Appendix A
DEP Investigations, Cleanups and Monitoring Funded under HSCA

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
ADSCO
SC
Adams
Tallman
Alloway
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs from landfill leachate.
Private water supply wells are
impacted.
DEP is maintaining the residential water supply
treatment system, the landfill cap, landfill
methane control systems, and the landfill leachate
collection and treatment system. DEP is
conducting a hydrogeological review of the
groundwater to determine the long-term
effectiveness of the remedy.
Gettysburg Foundry
SC
Adams
Moul
Alloway
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with salt and metals
from the operation of this defunct
metal smelting facility.
DEP has completed remedial actions at the Site
and will periodically monitor groundwater to
determine whether contamination levels are
declining naturally.
JC Cleaners
SC
Adams
Moul
Alloway
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs. The
contamination threatens a public
water supply well.
DEP is operating the groundwater remediation
(pump and treat) system. DEP determined vapor
intrusion into buildings is not an issue at the Site.
In August 2015, the pump and treat system failed
and shut down. DEP is conducting a receptor
study to determine if the system needs to be fixed
and restarted.
Keystone Metals
Reduction
SW
Allegheny
Dermody
Vulakovich
Soils have been contaminated with
radiation from past activities dating
back to 1921.
The Site Investigation is complete. A Statement
of Decision was issued in March 2017. DEP will
tear down existing buildings, cap the Site with
clean fill and acquire environmental covenants
defining property restrictions. A business located
on the property will be temporarily relocated
during remediation of the Site.
Mazzaro-McKees
Rocks Landfill
SW
Allegheny
Kulik
Fontana
Soils and groundwater have been
contaminated with toxic VOCs,
metals, polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCBs) and poly-aromatic
hydrocarbons (PAHs.)
An Interim Response was completed in 2006 to
remove exposed drums and waste. The landfill
gas venting pilot test was completed in 2016 and
the Summary Report was received in March 2017.
DEP is evaluating remedial alternatives and
preparing an Analysis of Alternatives for
remediation of site-derived gasses.
McQuaid Property
SW
Allegheny
Costa
Vulakovich
Indoor air has been contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Soil and groundwater
may also be contaminated.
DEP completed a response action in 2014, which
included installation of a remediation system
underneath affected townhouses to draw out any
vapor constituents prior to entering the living
space. All groundwater monitoring wells and soil
vapor monitoring points at the site were
abandoned in June 2017. No further work is
planned.

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Tri-State Petroleum
Recovery
SW
Allegheny
Kulik
Fontana
Soils and Groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs,
SVOCs, PAHs, PCBs and heavy
metals.
DEP is currently performing an Interim Action at
the Site. Wastes located in tanks, drums and other
containers have been removed for proper disposal.
The remaining contaminated soil will be capped
in Summer 2017.
CBS-Vanport
SW
Beaver
Christiana
Vogel
Soils and Groundwater are
contaminated with TCE. The
contamination threatens the Vanport
Township Municipal Authority public
water system.
The RP constructed and pays for the operation of
air stripping towers at the Vanport Township
Municipal Authority’s (VTMA) water treatment
plant to address groundwater. The RP stopped
making payments to VTMA in 2016. However,
TCE contamination still exists in the. DEP issued
a SOD for further investigation in order to
evaluate the potential risk present at the VTMA’s
drinking water wells.
Fry Glass Dump
SW
Beaver
Christiana
Vogel
Soil is contaminated with lead and
arsenic from an exposed glass dump
on a steep ravine above a stream.
DEP completed the Site Investigation in 2014.
Due to its proximity, remediation was to be
coordinated with the actions at the General Alloy
Site. Due to a landslide that occurred in December
2016, it is necessary to conduct remedial activities
at both Sites. DEP’s contractor is working to
stabilize the slope and relocate the tenant in the
building threatened by the landslide.
General Alloy Casting
Company
SW
Beaver
Christiana
Vogel
Exposed waste and seeps are
contaminated with metals at this
abandoned industrial waste disposal
area in a steep ravine.
Site Investigation is complete. DEP issued a
Statement of Decision in 2015 on work began in
July 2016. A landslide occurred in December
2016, which altered DEP's remediation plan. It is
now necessary to relocate an on-site business and
raze the existing building to properly stabilize the
slope. DEP is assisting the tenant in the relocation
of the business. This Site will be remediated
concurrently with the adjacent Fry Glass Dump
Site.
Kuhn’s Landfill
SW
Beaver
Marshall
Vogel
Exposed unknown industrial waste
and abandoned drums are present at
this former landfill.
Site Investigation is complete. DEP issued a
Statement of Decision in June 2015. The gel-type
waste will be removed and the remaining exposed
waste will be covered. Work began in June 2017.
LTV Benzol Tank
Area
SW
Beaver
Matzie
Bartolotta
Groundwater and soils have been
contaminated by toxic VOCs.
Site Investigation activities began in 2015. High
levels of benzene in wells and soil vapor
monitoring points prompted the need to
investigate the nearby residential neighborhood.
DEP is currently negotiating access to the
necessary residences.

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Algonquin Chemical
SC
Berks
Knowles
Argall
Groundwater and soils have been
contaminated by toxic VOCs.
DEP has completed response actions to address
contaminated soils and groundwater. Sampling
completed in Spring 2016 indicated no vapor
intrusion into the existing building. An EC will be
placed on the property. No further response
actions are planned.
Clements Landfill
SC
Berks
Jozwiak
Argall
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Several residential wells are
impacted.
DEP has completed its response actions.
Maintenance responsibility for residential
treatment systems was turned over to the
homeowners in February 2017. ECs will be
placed on those properties. No further actions are
planned.
DeMarco Landscaping
SC
Berks
Maloney
Rafferty
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Several residential wells
are impacted.
DEP conducted a Prompt Interim Response to
address residential well contamination. DEP has
installed point of entry treatment systems at all
affected homes. A vapor intrusion study was
conducted in Spring 2016 and no problems were
observed. An administrative hearing for the
prompt interim response action is scheduled for
Fall 2017.
Five Locks Access
Area
SC
Berks
Knowles
Argall
Soil is contaminated with toxic
inorganic substances. The Site is
located along the Schuylkill River.
DEP removed contaminated soil and battery
casings at the public access area of the river
during Spring 2012. ECs were placed on two
properties where battery casings were left in
place. DEP conducted quarterly inspections of the
Site, vegetation has successfully re-established
itself and no problems have been detected. The
Site is stable and no further activity is required.
Franklin Street
SC
Berks
Knowles
Argall
Soil is contaminated with toxic
inorganic substances.
DEP has completed response actions at the Site,
including excavation of contaminated soils. Final
site restoration is complete. No further action is
required.
Mt. Laurel Road
Battery
SC
Berks
Jozwiak
Schwank
Soil is contaminated with lead from
battery casings.
DEP completed response actions at the Site,
including removal of 3,102 tons of contaminated
soil. ECs are being placed on properties where
contamination remains above the cleanup
standard.
Noll Lane Battery
Casing
SC
Berks
Maloney
Schwank
Soil is contaminated with lead from
battery casings.
DEP is conducting an Interim Response at the
Site. Contaminated soil excavation began in
October 2016 and is expected to be completed in
late Summer 2017. ECs will be placed on
properties where contamination exists above the
lead cleanup standard.

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Northern Berks County
Battery Casings
SC
Berks
Jozwiak
Schwank
Soil is contaminated with lead from
battery casings at three separate
properties on Site.
DEP completed the Site Investigation and three
areas of contamination were found. An Interim
Action will be initiated in Summer 2017. Work
will include a combination of soil excavation and
soil capping to eliminate threats from the
contamination.
Oreville Quarry
SC
Berks
Mackenzie
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs and soils are
contaminated with toxic metals.
Private water supply wells are
impacted.
DEP completed response actions to limit contact
with contamination at the Site. Contaminated soils
were capped and treatment systems were installed
on affected residential wells. ECs will be placed
on the properties.
Reading Industrial
Scrap
SC
Berks
Rozzi
Schwank
Soil is contaminated with toxic
metals.
DEP has completed response actions at the Site,
including removal of exposed hazardous wastes
and excavation or capping of contaminated soils.
An Environmental Covenant is being placed on
the property with contamination remaining above
cleanup standards.
Topton Site
SC
Berks
Mackenzie,
Day
Schwank,
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
DEP is maintaining residential groundwater
treatment systems. DEP conducted in-situ
chemical oxidation at the Site to clean the
groundwater. Groundwater samples were
collected and lab results indicate that the source
area VOCs do not appear to have been
significantly reduced in concentration.
Westerly Filter Beds
SC
Blair
Ward,
McGinnis
Eichelberger
The soil is contaminated with PCBs.
DEP’s Remedial Alternatives Analysis showed
that the cost to remediate the filter beds would be
greater than $10 million. Neither the HSCA
Program nor the RP has the funding available. It
has been decided that, due to the stability and
relative inaccessibility of the filter beds, no
further DEP action is planned. The site is being
reviewed by EPA to see if they are interested in
conducting the cleanup.
Churchville TCE
SE
Bucks
Petri, Farry
Tomlinson,
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated by toxic
VOCs. Private water supply wells are
impacted.
DEP completed the waterline installation and
connected all affected properties to the water line
in August 2015. DEP is monitoring the residential
wells outside of the waterline to determine if the
plume is moving. No VOCs were found in the
Spring 2017 sampling. No further work is
planned.

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Easton Road PFC
SE
Bucks
Quinn,
O’Neil
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
PFOS and PFOA.
The investigation was initiated in June 2016. DEP
found 8 properties with exceedance of the HAL
(70 ppt). DEP is supplying bottled water to 7 of
these properties (8th elected to privately install a
filtration system). DEP has collected samples
from 305 properties and the results range from
non-detect to 229 ppt. DEP is currently working
to delineate the extent and boundaries of the
contamination.
Furlong Manufacturing
SE
Bucks
Quinn,
O’Neill
McIlhinney
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Private water supply wells are
impacted.
DEP completed soil remediation and is sampling
and maintaining residential water treatment
systems annually. DEP is developing a plan to
address high levels of TCE contamination in one
of the monitoring wells on Site and met with
township representatives in June 2017 to discuss
extending a public water line to the affected
properties.
Jacksonville TCE
SE
Bucks
Petri
Tomlinson
The groundwater is contaminated by
toxic VOCs. Private water supplies
are impacted.
DEP installed a waterline to 107 affected
residences in 2013. Investigations are ongoing to
determine the source of the contamination and
characterize the extent of the plume. In February
2017, DEP sent letters to the owners of the
suspected source properties providing them with
the opportunity to address the contamination
through the PA Land Recycling and Cleanup
Program (Act 2).
Lawn Avenue
SE
Bucks
Staats
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Multiple private water
supply wells are impacted, two with
risk from inhalation.
DEP installed carbon treatment units on the
affected private wells and placed ECs on the
properties. Indoor air sampling has determined
that no vapor contamination is entering the
properties. DEP abandoned the monitoring wells
in June 2017. No further work is planned.
Lenape Mfg.
SE
Bucks
Staats
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells were impacted.
Although contaminants remain in the
groundwater, public water serves the community
for potable purposes. Sampling performed in June
2016 indicated an overall decreasing trend in
contamination levels in all monitoring wells; as a
result, the monitoring wells were abandoned in
May 2017. No further work is planned.

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Mill Creek TCE
SE
Bucks
Petri,
O’Neill
Tomlinson,
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
DEP signed a Statement of Decision in 2012
selecting carbon treatment units as the remedy for
the Site. The treatment systems are now the
homeowners’ responsibility to maintain. Site
monitoring wells were abandoned in June 2017.
No further work is planned.
Morris Run
SE
Bucks
Watson,
Quinn
McIlhinney
The groundwater is contaminated
with toxic VOCs. Private water
supplies are impacted.
DEP installed water treatment units in residences
with impacted wells, property owners are now
responsible for maintaining the filters.
Environmental Covenants were placed on all the
properties. DEP abandoned the monitoring wells
in June 2016. No further work is planned.
Nockamixon TCE
SE
Bucks
Quinn
Mensch
The groundwater is contaminated
with toxic VOCs. Private water
supplies are impacted.
DEP installed water treatment units at residences
with impacted water supplies. DEP is continuing
to investigate the groundwater and soil
contamination at the Site. Indoor air sampling at a
home located close to the source area has revealed
a potential for exposure to vapors. DEP is
evaluating potential follow up measures.
Perkasie Area TCE
SE
Bucks
Staats
McIlhinney
Groundwater in the area is
contaminated by toxic VOCs from
multiple sources. Vapor Intrusion is
the main pathway of concern.
This Site was initially addressed by EPA. Three
systems were installed to mitigate vapor intrusion
into homes. DEP installed four bedrock
monitoring wells in 2015 to help better define the
extent of the contamination. Samples from one of
the new wells located on the former
manufacturing facility have revealed a source of
TCE within the bedrock. DEP is working with
Perkasie Borough and a prospective purchaser to
address the property.
PFCs Prompt Interim
Response
SE
Bucks,
Montgomery
Stephens,
O’Neill
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated with
PFOS and PFOA.
DEP initially supplied bottled water to residents
with contamination in drinking water wells.
Public supply wells at the Site with concentrations
of PFOS and PFOA that exceeded the HAL (70
ppt) were then removed from service by the local
public water suppliers and USEPA now provides
bottled water to residents with private well
concentrations above the HAL. No further work is
planned.
Plumstead Fire
SE
Bucks
Quinn
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic metals as a result of a fire.
Private wells are impacted.
DEP completed replacement of impacted water
supplies and soil remediation at the Site. DEP
signed a Consent Order & Agreement with the RP
for cost recovery. In January 2016, the RP
submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate under
Act 2.

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Railroad Drive TCE
SE
Bucks
O’Neill,
Petrie
Tomlinson
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
DEP provided grant funding to the township for
installation of a public waterline to affected
residences. In March 2017, 49 properties were
connected to the waterline. Only property
restoration work remains. DEP continues to
monitor TCE concentration at the Site and in the
surrounding area.
Rapid Circuits
SE
Bucks
Davis
Tomlinson
The building on this Site contained
various hazardous chemicals
including acids and copper sulfate.
Storage of chemicals was insufficient.
DEP removed liquid hazardous waste from the
Site. A CO&A for recovery of the response costs
was sent to the owners in February 2015. DEP’s
attorney is continuing to negotiate a settlement
agreement with the owners of the property.
Ridge Run PFAS
SE
Bucks
Staats
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
PFOS and PFOA.
In 2016, two North Penn Water Authority wells
were found to be contaminated with PFAS above
the USEPA limit. Initial investigation within a
one mile radius around the contaminated wells
found 10 PFAS impacted wells. DEP is supplying
bottled water to the affected properties. Further
investigation is ongoing and a permanent remedy
has not yet been selected.
Sellersville Landfill
SE
Bucks
Staats
McIlhinney
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated with radium 226 and
toxic VOCs.
DEP conducted an Interim Response Action in
1997 to address radium soil contamination.
Trichloroethene (TCE) is now the primary
contaminant of concern remaining at the Site. The
RP and the Bucks County Redevelopment
Authority (BCRDA) will be taking the Site
through Act 2. BCRDA is currently characterizing
TCE contamination at the Site, is planning to
install additional monitoring wells, and excavate
contaminated soils. DEP is overseeing the work.
Tamenend PCE
SE
Bucks
Watson
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water wells are
impacted.
DEP completed an interim response action to
provide treatment systems for private wells
affected at the Site and continues investigation to
determine the responsible party for the
contamination. Select wells in the area will be
monitored in Fall 2017.

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Vandor Manufacturing
SE
Bucks
Quinn,
O’Neill
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
DEP continues to monitor and maintain
residential water supply treatment systems
installed as part of an Interim Response Action
for the Site. DEP is developing a plan for in-situ
treatment to address high levels of VOCs in one
of the Site monitoring wells. DEP met with
Township officials in June 2017 to discuss
extending a public water line to the affected
properties.
Bear Creek Chemical
Site
NW
Butler,
Armstrong
Ellis,
Oberlander,
James
White
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with resorcinol and
sulfonic acids. Private water wells
and a public water system were
impacted. Contamination has been
detected in streams throughout the
disposal area.
DEP completed soil remediation work at the
Hemlock Drive location. DEP completed the
cleanup of the Kelley Farm location with O&M to
maintain the cover. DEP may continue to
investigate the Group B Sites. Cost recovery and
settlement options are currently being explored.
Franklin Glass
NW
Butler
Ellis
Hutchinson
Residential and recreation area soils
are contaminated with arsenic from a
glass manufacturing facility.
DEP completed an interim response to address
contamination in the stream in September 2013.
DEP continues to monitor the Site for erosion
issues.
Shaler JTC
NW
Butler
James
White
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
toxic metals.
DEP previously completed soil and waste
remedial actions and is now monitoring the
remaining contaminated groundwater at the Site
and determining the effectiveness of the remedy.
Quehanna Wild Area
Waste Dump Sites
NC
Cameron,
Clearfield, Elk
Causer,
Sankey,
Gabler
Langerholc,
Scarnati
Low-level radiological wastes were
disposed of in the Wild Area.
DEP installed monitoring wells, is investigating
groundwater contamination and evaluating the
data.
Phillipsburg Rod and
Gun Club
NC
Centre
Solomon
Corman
Groundwater, surface water and soils
are contaminated with toxic metals.
DEP initiated a soil remediation at the Site by
clearing the Site to allow for recovery and
treatment of the most contaminated soils.
However, the rod & gun club must cease
operation before DEP can move forward with
remediation.

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Quality Service
Cleaners
SE
Chester
Lawrence
Dinniman
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs. A
private well and municipal supply
well are affected.
DEP permanently replaced impacted water
supplies which include a private well and
municipal supply well. Through an agreement
with DEP, the RP demolished the building and
started soil removal work but stopped when more
contamination than expected was found in 2015.
DEP completed soil excavation under a Prompt
Interim Response in 2016. DEP is currently
conducting quarterly groundwater monitoring at
the Site. VOC concentrations in groundwater
appear to have declined due to DEP’s soil
remediation efforts. The Site will be handled
under HSCA.
Karnish Industries
NC
Clinton
Hanna
Scarnati
The soil is contaminated with
radiological materials from the prior
use of the Site as a radium paint
instrument repair facility.
DEP has initiated its Interim Action to build a
new building, relocate the tenants, demolish the
old building and remove the contaminated soils
beneath. DEP entered into a CO&A with the
property owner to obtain property and build a new
apartment building in June 2016. Construction of
the new building is underway with a target
completion date of December 2017.
Lock Haven Laundry
NC
Clinton
Hanna
Scarnati
The soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
DEP has been working with the property owner in
order to re-developed the Site into a CVS
Pharmacy. DEP has installed a vapor mitigation
system and removed contaminated soil. A vapor
intrusion evaluation is on-going. There is
evidence that the plume may be migrating further,
therefore DEP intends to complete additional site
characterization.
Schiller Site
NW
Crawford
Roae
Brooks
The soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
toxic metals.
DEP previously completed soil and groundwater
remedial actions and continues to monitor
treatment systems installed on private wells for
nearby residents. The property has been
purchased and a CO&A was signed to settle the
lien placed on the property by DEP. DEP
continues to monitor to determine effectiveness of
remedial actions.
Allen Road
SC
Cumberland
Tallman,
Bloom
Regan,
Eichelberger
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supplies
are impacted.
DEP completed the investigation, installed
residential water treatment systems and turned the
systems over to the homeowners. DEP abandoned
all but one monitoring well. The last monitoring
well was turned over to the property owner.
Environmental Covenants will be placed on the
properties.

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Stoney Creek
Technologies
SE
Delaware
Kirkland
Killian
Soil and Groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
metals.
The Site was sold in 2012 and the new property
owner started demolition of the buildings on Site
without DEP notification. DEP issued an order to
stop all work on Site in Spring 2014. USEPA
collected samples in December 2015 to evaluate
NPL listing and is not expected to propose listing
this Site. No further work is planned.
Ridgeway Borough
Municipal Landfill
NW
Elk
Gabler
Scarnati
The soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
metals.
DEP completed removal of drummed wastes and
associated contaminated soils in Winter 2014.
DEP is evaluating further work and cost recovery
to close out the landfill.
Currie Landfill
NW
Erie
Bizzarro
Laughlin
Soils, groundwater and surface water
are contaminated with toxic VOCs.
DEP completed a Remedial Action at the Site.
Consolidation of wastes and cleanup of the stream
was completed in October 2013. The Site was
turned over to the Millcreek Youth Athletic
Association for use as athletic fields. DEP is
working with the Township to address the UPS
property that has not been properly characterized.
The Department is currently conducting annual
groundwater sampling on the Site.
Filmore
NW
Erie
Bizzarro
Laughlin
Soils, groundwater and surface water
are contaminated with metals.
DEP completed site cleanup. Contaminated soil
was excavated, isolated, and covered in two feet
of clean soil and vegetation. Additional
monitoring wells will be installed and
groundwater sampling will occur Summer 2017.
Lake City VOC
NW
Erie
Wentling
Laughlin
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Public water supply
wells are potentially threatened.
DEP is conducting an investigation of the Site.
Findings from the characterization activities
indicate the TCE plume continues to expand
vertically and horizontally to the northwest. DEP
is evaluating the recommendation to conduct
indoor air sampling to determine if the residents
nearby are impacted.
Presque Isle Chemical
NW
Erie
Bizzarro
Brooks
The soils and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
PCBs from a defunct waste
processing operation. Private water
supplies were impacted.
DEP completed remedial actions for the soil and
groundwater contamination. DEP is operating the
groundwater remediation system. Monitoring
wells are sampled annually. DEP conducted
indoor air and sump water sampling for a nearby
residential property in March 2016. Results of the
sampling show contamination below cleanup
standards.

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Tomstown TCE
SC
Franklin
Schemel
Alloway
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
DEP issued a grant to Quincy Township to design
and install a public water supply system at the
Site. The distribution system and connections
were completed in December 2016. DEP will
monitor the groundwater plume and well
abandonment is expected to be implemented in
late 2017.
Waynesboro TCE
SC
Franklin
Schemel
Alloway
The groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Private water supplies wells are
impacted.
DEP finalized a grant agreement with Washington
Township in April 2017 to extend a waterline for
most affected properties. Two properties will have
carbon treatment units installed.
Tunnelton Liquids
SW
Indiana
Reed
White
Leachate water contains toxic metals
and radioactive radium. Leachate
needs to be contained to stop it from
flowing into the Conemaugh River.
The RP was no longer able to treat the leachate
water. Therefore, DEP dewatered, solidified, and
shipped the waste off-site to residual waste
landfills. The excavated lagoon met the Bureau of
Radiation Protection’s cleanup goals and was
backfilled with clean fill in Fall 2015. No further
work is planned.
Punxsutawney
Groundwater
NW
Jefferson
Dush
Scarnati
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated with VOCs, toxic
metals and cyanide from prior
electroplating activities.
DEP installed indoor air systems at two homes in
2009 and completed the demolition of the
building and remediation of contaminated soil at
the Site. Results of the 2014 pilot showed that no
remediation was occurring in the monitoring
wells outside of the focused study area. The
plume may require further horizontal delineation.
Marjol Battery
NE
Lackawanna
Haggerty
Blake
The facility is contaminated with lead
and other toxic metals from prior
waste disposal practices.
The facility is under federal hazardous waste
corrective action. DEP provided oversight of the
final action at the Site. The work to consolidate
all waste and cap onsite is complete. DEP
conducted the annual inspection of the cap in
November 2016 and found the Site in good
condition. DEP continues to monitor the Site on a
regular basis.
Torch Lumber Mill
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich
Blake
Site is contaminated with creosote
and other wood preservative materials
from previous operations.
DEP completed removal of contaminated soils in
2015. DEP is currently conducting site
characterization activities to delineate the extent
of contamination. DEP has also begun attempts
for cost recovery from the RP.
Winship Road
NE
Lackawanna
Carroll
Blake
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs from illegal waste
disposal.
DEP completed response actions at the Site
including removal of wastes and contaminated
soil and installation of residential water supply
treatment systems. DEP is monitoring and
maintaining the residential treatment systems.

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Berkley Products Plant
SC
Lancaster
Greiner
Aument
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs. The
contamination has caused indoor air
in nearby residences to be
contaminated above health-based
levels. Contaminated groundwater is
discharging to a nearby stream.
DEP installed vapor mitigation systems on
affected residences in 2006. Site characterization
is completed. DEP is proposing to remediate soil
under the facility using In-Situ Chemical
Oxidation. In May 2017, a new monitoring well
and seven new injection wells were installed.
Well borehole geophysics and groundwater
injections are planned for summer 2017.
Conestoga Pines Park
SC
Lancaster
Sturla
Martin
Groundwater and surface water are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
DEP finished final design of the VOC mitigation
device to address contamination in the stream.
Installation of the stream aeration system was
completed in April 2014 and quarterly operations
and maintenance are being conducted by DEP.
Intercourse TCE Site
SC
Lancaster
Cutler
Martin
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Private water supply wells are
impacted.
DEP will provide a public water supply for the
town of Intercourse. The first contract to install
the distribution piping was awarded and
construction began in Winter 16/17 and is
currently under budget and ahead of schedule.
The second contract for the treatment plant, water
tower, and service connections is complete and
will go out for bid when funding is available.
Raymark Lower Mill
Landfill
SC
Lancaster
Fee
Aument
Waste contains toxic metals and
asbestos.
DEP completed waste removal and grading and
capping of the landfill in 2005. DEP continues to
monitor and maintain the landfill cap.
Kwiatkowski Landfill
NW
Lawrence
Sainato
Vogel
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
metals.
DEP completed an interim response to remove the
contaminated wastes in 2014. Wastes were
stabilized, excavated, and disposed offsite in
approved landfills. DEP is pursuing cost recovery
for the response. No further work is planned.
Remacor
NW
Lawrence
Bernstine
Vogel
The Site is contaminated with
flammable materials, toxic metals and
radiological materials.
EPA completed an emergency waste removal at
the Site in 2005 and a smaller removal action in
2009. DEP is continuing to investigate the extent
and impact of contamination at the Site. Work
includes soil borings, sediment and surface water
sampling, and radiological surveys.
High Quality Plating
NE
Lehigh
Simmons
Browne
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
DEP completed facility demolition and
contaminated soil removal in 2002. In-situ
groundwater treatment began in 2006 and is on-
going. DEP is monitoring and maintaining the
residential water supply treatment system and is
monitoring the effects of the injections and
recirculation on groundwater quality.

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Freeland Garland TCE
NE
Luzerne
Mullery
Yudichak
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. A public water supply
well is potentially threatened.
Site Investigations determined that the Site can be
closed out. DEP will place an Environmental
Covenant on the Site to address future use of the
Site and the groundwater. All Borough wells are
sampled for VOCs and are currently below health
standards.
Mid Atlantic Coast
Delivery
NE
Luzerne
Mullery
Yudichak
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated with metals, toxic
VOCs and PCBs.
DEP sampled the groundwater and soils and
found metals in the soils above cleanup levels.
DEP is evaluating its remediation options at the
Site. The property was purchased at a sheriff’s
sale in 2015. A meeting was held in March 2017
with the new property owner to discuss the site
requirements.
TP Corp
NE
Luzerne
Carroll
Blake
Site contains wastes from an
abandoned paint/coating facility.
DEP removed wastes from the Site and initiated
further investigation. DEP is proposing deed
restrictions or Environmental Covenants to
address the additional contamination at the Site.
DEP is working closely with the Township to
address redevelopment of the Site. The Analysis
of Alternatives was completed in January 2017 to
address the site contamination.
Valley View Wood
Products
NE
Luzerne
Toohil
Gordner
Abandoned demolition waste at the
Site contains lead. Soils are
contaminated with lead.
DEP is drafting an Analysis of Alternatives and
Proposed Response to address the contaminated
soils and wood products at the Site.
Vanderlin Cleaners
NC
Lycoming
Wheeland
Yaw
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
DEP completed Site investigations, including a
vapor intrusion study which showed no
contamination entering residences. The area is
served by public water. DEP abandoned all
monitoring wells. No further action is planned.
C.G. Wood
NW
Mercer
Wentling
Brooks
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
DEP completed facility demolition and
contaminated soil removal. In 2005, DEP entered
into a CO&A with the current owner that places
limitations on the Site. Groundwater and surface
water/sediments contamination remains at the
site. In 2012, DEP resumed O&M activities.
Greenville Reynolds
Industrial Development
NW
Mercer
Longietti
Brooks
An industrial and commercial
development is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Surface and groundwater
have been impacted.
DEP completed its investigation of the Site. The
PRPs are taking the Site through Act 2. DEP is
pursuing cost recovery. No further work is
planned.

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Reeders TCE
NE
Monroe
Madden
Scavello
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supplies
were impacted.
DEP completed Site investigation. DEP
permanently replaced impacted private water with
public water, installed remediation systems at
residences impacted by vapor intrusion, and has
implemented land use controls to prevent contact
with the remaining contamination. No Further
action is planned.
West Main Street PCE
NE
Monroe
Madden
Scavello
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
DEP is working with the property owner to
complete the investigation and cleanup. The Site
is now an Act 2 case. No further HSCA work is
planned.
Yuhas Dump
NE
Monroe
Rader
Scavello
There are abandoned drums and
containers with unknown contents on-
Site. Soils, surface water and
potentially groundwater are
contaminated with toxic metals and
VOCs. Waste materials are
encroaching on the stream.
The Phase 1 Prompt Interim as completed in
2008. The Phase 2 Interim Response is complete
except for establishment of the vegetative cover.
The response included relocating a portion of the
stream away from the toe of the waste pile,
stabilizing the waste pile by constructing a
mechanically stabilized earthen wall, and grading,
covering and vegetating of the waste pile
material.
Alderfer Landfill
SE
Montgomery
Godshall
Greenleaf
The Site is contaminated with toxic
VOCs, including radiological
materials.
DEP completed an Interim Response to cap the
Site, install stone-filled wire gabions along the
creek, and create two vaults on-site for the
relocation of radioactive thorium-232. DEP is
maintaining the landfill cap and monitoring the
Site groundwater to gain further understanding of
the nature of the radioactive contamination.
Discussions are ongoing to address recent
property ownership changes and legal issues at
the Site.
Botany PCE
SE
Montgomery
Murt
Greenleaf
Groundwater and soil are potentially
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
DEP completed investigations at the Site.
Contamination has not migrated off the dry
cleaner property. DEP has asked the property
owner to sign an environmental covenant
restricting groundwater use, and to perform a
vapor intrusion assessment after the
redevelopment of the property.
Boyertown Landfill
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Methane from the abandoned landfill
threatens to migrate off-Site and
impact nearby residences.
DEP is maintaining the methane extraction
system installed at the Site in October 2003. The
RP Group has installed wells to address data gaps
in the monitoring well network and is developing
a final closure plan for the Site.

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Bridge Road TCE
SE
Montgomery
Corr
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private wells are
impacted.
DEP issued a grant to the township to install
public water to the affected properties. All but one
property is connected to the waterline. The
remaining property owner installed a carbon
treatment unit and the DEP recorded a deed notice
on the property to notify potential buyers of the
groundwater contamination. The township
requires public water connection for any new
development in the Site area. No further work is
planned.
Chemigraphics
SE
Montgomery
Harper
Leach
Groundwater at the Site is
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Response actions have been completed for Site
wastes and groundwater. In February 2016, DEP
received the signed Environmental Covenant from
the property owner. DEP abandoned the
monitoring and injection wells in May 2017. No
further work is planned.
Cook Technologies
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
Twenty private properties still have substantial
detections of PCE warranting continued carbon
filter treatment. The RP is responsible for
sampling those homes, performing filter
maintenance as needed, and to sample the 5
monitoring wells at the Site to track PCE levels.
These responsibilities are outlined in a CO&A
Agreement, which was finalized in May 2017.
DEP is overseeing the RP’s work.
Gilbertsville PCE
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Private water supply wells are
impacted.
In 2007, DEP removed 170 tons of contaminated
soil from the Site. In 2008, DEP extended a
waterline to replace the water supplies of
impacted residential properties. Groundwater
sampling has shown decreasing concentrations of
contaminants in all wells over time. DEP
abandoned monitoring wells in May 2017. No
further work is planned.
Hoff VC
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private home wells are
impacted.
In 2014, 27 properties were connected to a public
waterline. Vapor Intrusion was assessed and
found not to be an issue. In 2016, DEP initiated a
Prompt Interim Response to remove the waste
from a concrete pit and nearby contaminated soil.
DEP continues to monitor groundwater and
research remediation technologies to address both
the contaminated groundwater and soils at the
Site.

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Landis Creek
SE
Montgomery
Corr,
Quigley
Rafferty,
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
In 2016, DEP installed carbon filtration systems
at six homes affected by contamination. Systems
have since been turned over to property owners.
Environmental Covenants have been placed on
those properties. The RP met with DEP to discuss
actions needed to complete an Act 2 investigation.
Further characterization is expected to be
completed in Summer 2017. It is anticipated that
the RP will enter into a CO&A to complete the
Act 2 process.
Limekiln PCE
SE
Montgomery
Stephens
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private home wells are
impacted.
DEP replaced private wells with public water
through a grant to the township in 2014. A
Consent Order & Agreement with the RP was
signed in May 2017 to take the Site through
Act 2. The Agreement also included a settlement
for this Site and the Midfield VOC Site.
Lower Providence
DCE
SE
Montgomery
Corr
Rafferty
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
In 2012, DEP completed construction of a
waterline to provide a permanent source of water
to impacted residences. DEP abandoned the
monitoring wells in June 2017. No further work is
planned.
Macoby Creek
SE
Montgomery
Simmons
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. A private water supply
well is impacted.
In 2008, DEP demolished the on-site building and
removed contaminated soils. DEP also installed a
carbon filtration system on the one residential
property found to be contaminated. DEP is
monitoring and maintaining the treatment system.
An initial in-situ treatment of groundwater in
2016 was found to decrease concentrations of
VOCs at the Site. DEP is planning on additional
injections in Fall 2017 to further address the
remaining VOC contaminated groundwater.
Midfield VOC
SE
Montgomery
Stephens
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private home wells are
impacted.
DEP replaced private wells with public water
through a grant to the Township in June 2014. A
Consent Order & Agreement with the RP was
signed in May 2017 to take the Site through
Act 2. The Agreement also included a settlement
for this Site and the Limekiln PCE Site.

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Rittenhouse Road
SE
Montgomery
Corr
Rafferty
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private home wells are
impacted.
DEP connected several homes to public water. In
2014, EPA conducted a Vapor Intrusion study
that determined high levels of VOC’s remain on
Site. However, the levels found were not high
enough to be considered a danger to employees
inside the building. The property owner intends to
go through the Act 2 process. A subsequent work
plan to conduct groundwater delineation and
indoor air screening was approved by the Land
Recycling Program in 2016. No further HSCA
work is planned.
Valley Forge Asbestos
Release
SE
Montgomery
Briggs
Leach
Soil is contaminated with waste
asbestos from former industrial
activities next to the Site. Soil is also
contaminated with metals and PAHs.
The National Park Service (NPS) determined that
the Commonwealth was a Responsible Party for
the Site since disposal of asbestos wastes had
been authorized when the Site was a State Park.
The NPS is conducting the removal and DEP pays
its share of the costs. In 2015, DEP was notified
that all contamination was removed and received
a demand letter from EPA requesting $5.2M to
address cost overruns and additional removal
actions at the Site. DEP made the payment in
August 2015. The National Park Service
continues to conduct the removal action.
Zieglerville TCE
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs. The
contaminated groundwater threatens a
public supply well.
DEP took two interim response actions in the
mid-1990s to extend the waterline to affected
homes and to clean up the soil hotspot area. DEP
is monitoring remaining groundwater
contamination and evaluating potential in-situ
remedial alternatives to clean up the groundwater.
American Fuel
Harvesters
NE
Northampton
Emrick
Scavello
The Site is contaminated with lead
waste disposed by a defunct
demolition waste processing facility.
DEP previously completed remedial actions at the
Site in 1999. DEP is maintaining the landfill cap
and conducting annual groundwater sampling.
DEP is considering reducing the sampling to once
every 5 years instead of annually.
Herceg Landfill
NE
Northampton
Hahn
Scavello
Groundwater is contaminated with
VOCs and inorganic metals. A private
water supply well is impacted.
DEP is monitoring the impacted private well and
maintaining the residential water treatment
systems installed in 2005 and 2009. DEP is
operating the leachate treatment system,
conducting annual sampling and O&M activities,
and evaluating the best way to address the
elevated levels of ammonia.

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Port Richmond Gate
SE
Philadelphia
Taylor
Sabatina
The soil at the Site is contaminated
with toxic inorganic compounds.
In 2011, DEP excavated and capped contaminated
soils and implemented land use restrictions via
Environmental Covenants. DEP plans to issue
Orders to address the remaining five properties to
prevent contact on properties that refused to sign
Environmental Covenants. DEP filed a cost
recovery action with Commonwealth Court of PA
against the developers of the Site on May 2, 2016
and a mediation hearing was held in January
2017.
Crown Industries
NE
Pike
Peifer
Baker
The groundwater and soils at this Site
have been contaminated with toxic
VOCs, PCBs and dioxins. Private
water supplies were impacted.
DEP completed remedial actions for contaminated
debris, soil, and groundwater on Site. DEP
recovered $3,465,000 of its costs from RPs.
Negotiations with the quarry owner to take over
O&M responsibilities began in 2015.
Negotiations are on-going to discuss the status of
the O&M plan and the Environmental Covenant.
Ashland Metals
NE
Schuylkill
Goodman
Argall
Soils are contaminated with lead and
toxic metals from a defunct battery
and metal recycling operation.
DEP previously completed remedial actions at the
Site. The response included removal of lead-
contaminated battery casings; decontamination
and removal of five above ground storage tanks
and two underground storage tanks; demolition of
three contaminated buildings; and construction of
a protective cover system. DEP continues to
monitor the Site and maintain the landfill cap.
Coaldale MGP
NE
Schuylkill
Knowles
Argall
The soils are contaminated with coal
gasification waste consisting of
volatile and semi-volatile compounds.
DEP is proposing a limited removal action and an
Environmental Covenant to limit the use of sub-
grade soils and groundwater. Additional Site
Characterization work began in June 2017.
Giordano Waste
Materials
NE
Schuylkill
Goodman
Argall
The soils are contaminated with
metals.
DEP installed a soil cap to prevent exposure and
is monitoring and maintaining the cap. Semi-
annual Site visits are conducted to inspect the cap.
Mahanoy City MGP
NE
Schuylkill
Goodman
Argall
The soils are contaminated with coal
gasification waste substances.
DEP completed the site investigation. The
proposed action for the Site is source removal,
capping of remaining contamination, and an
environmental covenant to prevent disturbance of
the area. DEP is negotiating a CO&A with the RP
to perform the post removal operation and
maintenance. The CO&A is being drafted.

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Schuylkill Haven MGP
NE
Schuylkill
Tobash
Argall
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with coal gasification
waste substances. Contaminated
groundwater is discharging to nearby
streams and there is a threat of vapor
intrusion into nearby buildings.
DEP completed the investigation and is preparing
an Analysis of Alternatives to address the soil and
groundwater contamination. The proposed
response includes installation of an armored cap
over the coal tar seep area and an Environmental
Covenant to prevent disturbance of the area.
Former Erie Railyard
NE
Susquehanna
Fritz
Baker
The groundwater and soils are
potentially contaminated with coal
gasification waste substances.
DEP completed a Site investigation and found
elevated levels of metals in the soils. DEP will
combine excavation, environmental covenants,
surface barriers and vegetation to address Site
contamination. DEP is working with the DCNR to
redevelop the Site once cleanup activities are
complete. In April 2017, the Work Plan was
approved and the Notice to Proceed was issued.
Laurel Lake PCE
NE
Susquehanna
Fritz
Yaw
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
DEP initiated an investigation in 2012. Water
treatment systems were installed on two
residential properties and DEP is providing
bottled water to affected homes. Monitoring wells
were installed in 2014 to determine plume extent
and groundwater flow. DEP is conducting
quarterly sampling and overall groundwater
contamination is on a downward trend.
American Zinc
Company Site
SW
Washington
Ortitay
Bartolotta
The surface piles and soil are
contaminated with lead, zinc and
arsenic from waste generated by a
former zinc smelter.
DEP signed a mixed funding CO&A with the RP.
DEP paid for 40% of the Site investigation and
cleanup plan. The investigation and cleanup plan
are complete and a Pre-Design Investigation work
plan was approved. A second mixed funding
CO&A was signed to pay for the cleanup of the
site. DEP will pay 40% of the remediation costs.
DEP is evaluating the RP's Natural Resource
Damage Assessment submitted in August 2016.
Lakeside PCE
NE
Wayne
Peifer
Baker
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Public and private water
supply wells are impacted.
DEP is monitoring private residential water
supply treatment systems installed in 2006. The
homeowners have agreed to conduct the O&M of
their treatment systems. Residential wells with
filters were sampled in May 2017. Environmental
Covenants are being prepared for the properties
with groundwater contamination.
Everglade Scrap Yard
SW
Westmoreland
Nelson
Ward
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with PCBs, dioxin and
toxic VOCs at this abandoned scrap
yard. Private water supply wells are
impacted.
DEP completed hotspot removal and capping of
the Site. DEP is maintaining the soil cap and
monitoring groundwater. DEP will conduct
groundwater monitoring for two more years
before close out.

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Harhai Landfill
SW
Westmoreland
Reese
Ward
There are allegations of industrial
waste disposal at this abandoned
landfill located in an area of private
water supply wells.
Site characterization is complete. DEP received
the Final Remedial Investigation Report for
review. DEP will finalize the report and abandon
onsite wells.
Deardorff Drive/Ridge
Road
SC
York
Keefer
Folmer
The groundwater is contaminated
with toxic VOCs. Private water
supplies were impacted.
DEP replaced private wells with public water
through a grant to the Planning Commission in
1992. DEP conducted a vapor intrusion study in
2010 and found no impact to properties at the
Site. Groundwater sampling is planned for every
two years to monitor the plumes. The next
sampling event will take place in Fall 2017.
Emigsville TCE Site
SC
York
Gillespie
Wagner
The groundwater is contaminated
with toxic VOCs.
DEP entered into a CO&A with the responsible
party requiring them to obtain an Act 2 Standard
in soil and groundwater by August 31, 2016. The
standard has not been met. Public water has been
extended to the affected area by the RP. No
further HSCA work is planned.
Industrial Solvents and
Chemical Company
SC
York
Keefer
Folmer
The groundwater and soils are
contaminated with VOCs. Private
water supply wells were impacted.
DEP replaced impacted private water supplies and
completed remedial actions for waste and soil
contamination. DEP installed vapor mitigation
systems in August 2008. Site was sold in 2013.
Deed Notifications have been recorded with the
York County Recorder of Deeds. DEP will
continue groundwater sampling in nearby
residential area.
Key:
Region
SE - Southeast Region
SC - South-central Region
SW - Southwest Region
NE - Northeast Region
NC - North-central Region
NW - Northwest Region

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Appendix B
Cleanup Activities by Responsible Parties (RPs)

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
Chevron Springdale
SW
Allegheny
Dermody
Vulakovich Groundwater is contaminated with
VOCs. Public water wells are
impacted.
The RP is performing groundwater remediation
and evaluating the Site with oversight by DEP.
Groundwater sampling occurs semiannually with
reports being sent to the DEP annually. The
groundwater contamination plume appears to have
stabilized.
Eastmont Dry Cleaners
SW
Allegheny
Markosek
Brewster
Soil and groundwater are
contaminated with VOCs at this
closed dry cleaner. Nearby homes
have been impacted with vapor
intrusion.
DEP previously installed vapor abatement systems
in affected homes. DEP then entered into a CO&A
with the property owner to conduct an
investigation and remediation. The Remedial
Investigation report was approved in November
2016. DEP is awaiting a cleanup plan for the site.
BWXT Shallow Land
Disposal Area
SW
Armstrong
Pyle
White
This is an area formerly used for
disposal of radioactive and chemical
wastes from manufacturing operation.
The Army Corps conducted a cleanup of the
radiological contamination, as this Site was
formerly used by the federal government. DEP
worked with the Army Corps and BWXT to clean
up the chemical contamination. No further work is
planned.
East Mills Disposal
Area
SW
Beaver
Marshall
Vogel
Industrial waste disposal areas from
steel making process are contaminated
with metals and organics.
DEP is working with a new property owner to
address Site contamination in conjunction with
redevelopment.
Hydril
SW
Beaver
Marshall
Vogel
The groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private wells are
impacted.
The RP investigated groundwater contamination at
the Site. The impacted private water supply wells
have been connected to a public water supply. A
vapor intrusion study was conducted at the Site.
No further work is planned.
FR&S#3
SC
Berks
Maloney
Schwank
Groundwater and soil are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
The RP is implementing remedial actions for
contaminated soils and groundwater under an
agreement with DEP. They obtained relief of
liability for Site soils in July 2013. To date, the RP
has excavated contaminated soils from three areas
on site and consolidated and capped these soils
onsite. This part of the cleanup effort remains to
be closed out under Act 2. The RPs are also
investigating how to proceed with the
groundwater cleanup issues onsite, utilizing a
holistic approach, under Act 2.

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
UGI Utilities, Perkasie
SE
Bucks
Staats
McIlhinney The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Initial
Investigation Work Plan submitted to DEP for
review.
UGI – Central Penn
Gas, Bellefonte
NC
Centre
Benninghoff
Corman
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP.
Groundwater/DNAPL monitoring was conducted.
Bishop Tube
SE
Chester
Milne
Dinniman
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs. One
residence is impacted with vapor
intrusion from the contaminated
groundwater.
The RP has submitted a plan to complete
Remedial Investigation activities and is preparing
a Feasibility Study to evaluate options to address
sources of contamination within the bedrock,
surface water, and groundwater. The property
owner is proposing to redevelop the Site as a
residential property and working with the DEP,
DCED, and the township to gain approvals.
Forge PCE
SE
Chester
Kampf
Dinniman
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs and is a threat to surface
water. Private water supply wells
were impacted.
DEP permanently replaced impacted water
supplies and completed a groundwater study in
1999. DEP is working with the current Site
owners, who have submitted a Notice of Intent to
Remediate for groundwater under Act 2. DEP and
the property owners are currently negotiating a
CO&A to resolve the owners’ HSCA liability,
including settlement of past costs.
UGI – Central Penn
Gas, Oxford
SE
Chester
Lawrence
Dinniman
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Cleanup Plan
approved by DEP and additional monitoring wells
installed.
UGI – Central Penn
Gas, Clearfield Boro
NC
Clearfield
Hanna
Scarnati
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Site
investigation and cleanup is complete. Act 2 final
report will be submitted to DEP once
environmental covenants have been recorded.
Croda
NC
Clinton
Hanna
Scarnati
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
The RP currently performs continual pumping of
groundwater from a recovery well into the sanitary
sewer and the chlorinated solvents are treated at
the public WWTP. The RP samples annually for
chlorinated solvents in groundwater.

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
UGI – Penn Natural
Gas, Bloomsburg
NC
Columbia
Millard
Gordner
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Remedial
actions completed. Act 2 Final Report will be
submitted in FY2017.
East Tenth Street
SE
Delaware
Kirkland
Killion
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
DEP completed a Prompt Interim Response to
remove containerized wastes in 2000.The initial
site investigation was completed in 2002. DEP
then entered a CO&A with the RP allowing them
to complete the soil remediation in 2005 and
perform further investigation. In May 2017, the
RP completed a comprehensive remedial
investigation. The RP is planning to conduct
limited soil excavation activities to address soils
exceeding nonresidential direct contact criteria.
GE Static Power
SE
Delaware
Miccarelli
Williams
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
The RP installed a waterline to affected homes in
2016. Further investigation is ongoing to delineate
the contaminant plume. After completion of the
vapor intrusion investigation and approval by
DEP, a revised Cleanup Plan will be submitted.
UGI Utilities, Allen
NE
Lehigh
Mako
Scavello
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. DEP approval
of Initial Investigation Work Plan.
UGI Utilities,
Catasauqua
NE
Lehigh
McNeill
Boscola
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. DEP approved
Initial Investigation Work Plan
UGI Utilities, Emmaus
NE
Lehigh
Simmons
Boscola
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. DEP approved
Initial Investigation Work Plan
UGI Utilities,
Allentown
NE
Lehigh
Schweyer/Mac
kenzie
Browne
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Preparations to
implement the approved Supplemental Remedial
Investigation Work Plan
UGI Utilities, Lebanon
SC
Lebanon
Ryan
Folmer
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Initial
Investigation Work Plan submitted to DEP for
review.

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
Ivy Industrial Park
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich,
Flynn
Blake
Groundwater, soil and surface water
are contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Approximately 200 private water
supply wells are impacted and have
been provided temporary treatment
systems.
The RPs completed the installation of a waterline
to the affected homes in April 2017, except for
four residences refusing or not responding. Private
well abandonments are underway. They are also
moving forward with remediation strategies to
clean up the groundwater and soils.
UGI - Penn Natural
Gas, Carbondale
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich
Blake
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Preparation of
Act 2 Final Report for submittal in FY2017.
UGI – Penn Natural
Gas, Scranton Bridge
Street
NE
Lackawanna
Haggerty,
Flynn
Blake
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Site
investigation and supplemental Site
characterization activities were completed and a
report is currently being generated for submission
to the DEP in early 2017.
Precision National
Plating Services
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich
Blake
The groundwater is contaminated with
chromium.
The RP is remediating this Site under the
supervision of DEP and EPA and is conducting in-
situ chemical injections to remediate the
groundwater. Quarterly sampling is ongoing to
monitor the effectiveness of the injections.
UGI Utilities,
Manheim
SC
Lancaster
Miller, Sturla,
Mentzer
Martin
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Initial
Investigation Work Plan submitted to DEP for
review.
UGI – Penn Natural
Gas, Nanticoke#1 and
#2
NE
Luzerne
Mullery
Yudichak
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Coordinated
access agreements to complete remediation
activities on property. DNAPL recovery event
conducted.
UGI - Central Penn
Gas, Pittston
NE
Luzerne
Carroll
Yudichak
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Development
of Phase IIB Investigation Work Plan.
UGI Utilities, Hazelton
NE
Luzerne
Toohil
Yudichak
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Initial
Investigation Work Plan submitted to DEP for
review.

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
Poly Clean Dry
Cleaners
NE
Luzerne
Toohil
Yudichak
Groundwater and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs. There
is a threat of vapor intrusion into
nearby residences.
DEP has signed an agreement with a private
developer who has agreed to conduct the
investigation. This Site is now in Act 2.
Trinity North & South
NW
Mercer
Nesbit
Brooks
Soils and groundwater are
contaminated toxic VOCs, semi-
VOCs, metals and pesticides.
The RP investigated the extent of the soil and
groundwater contamination. The RP signed a
CO&A with DEP to complete Act 2 cleanups at
the Sites. The RP is actively completing the Act 2
cleanups.
Turtle Creek
SE
Montgomery
Quigley
Rafferty
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Private water supply
wells are impacted.
The RPs have connected residences to public
water. A DEP agreement with the RPs requires
them to address the Site under the Act 2 Program.
One of the RPs has received approvals for the soil
and groundwater reports. The other RP has not
taken their portion of the Site through Act 2 to
date.
UGI - Central Penn
Gas, Broadhead Creek
NE
Monroe
Madden
Scavello
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Coordinated
with EPA for pore water sampling.
Tobyhanna Former
Artillery Ranges
NE
Monroe, Wayne
Madden,
Peifer
Blake, Baker Site Soils are contaminated with
unexploded ordinance (UXO).
USACE's contractor cleared 98% of the high risk
UXOs at the Site in 2016. Adaptive clearance
activities revealed that areas formerly considered
low risk for UXO had greater concentrations than
previously believed. USACE is working on the
funding to continue clearance activities.
UGI – Central Penn
Gas, Shamokin
NC
Northumberland
Masser
Gordner
The Site is contaminated with coal
gasification process wastes.
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Preparations to
conduct an Interim Remedial Action were
initiated.
UGI Utilities,
Bethlehem (Crest Ave)
NE
Northampton
Samuelson
Boscola
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. Initial
Investigation Work Plan submitted to DEP for
review.
UGI Utilities,
Bethlehem (Leigh St)
NE
Northampton
Samuelson
Boscola
The Site contaminated with coal
gasification process waste
Site investigation and cleanup is scheduled under
a Multi-Site Agreement with DEP. DEP approved
Initial Investigation Work Plan.

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Site Name
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status of Work
Jeannette Glass
SW
Westmoreland
Walsh
Ward
Site soils, surface water and
groundwater are potentially
contaminated with toxic VOCs, heavy
metals, PCBs, and SVOCs.
The RP is conducting scrap metal removal and
building demolition at the Site. DEP worked with
the RP to address outstanding environmental
issues. No further work is planned.
HMW Enterprises, Inc.
SC
York
Keefer
Regan
Groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
DEP has signed an agreement with a RP to
address contamination at the Site. The RP has
provided treatment systems to the impacted water
supplies and placed Environmental Covenants on
the properties. Public water has been extended to
most affected properties. No further work is
planned.

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Appendix C
Federal Military Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) Still to be
Addressed in Pennsylvania
SITE NAME
MUNICIPALITY
COUNTY
Dravo Corp East Yard
Neville Island
Allegheny
NIKE PI-02
Rural Ridge
Allegheny
NIKE PI-03
Dorseyville
Allegheny
NIKE PH-07
Richboro
Bucks
NIKE PH-97/99
Warrington
Bucks
Keystone Ordinance Plant
Greenwood
Crawford
Olmsted AFB, Sunset Annex
Londonderry Twp.
Dauphin
Olmsted Air Force Base
Middletown
Dauphin
NIKE PH 75/78 (Media)
Media
Delaware
Marietta Air Force Station
Marietta
Lancaster
AVCO Lycoming Site
Williamsport
Lycoming
Tobyhanna Artillery Range
Tobyhanna
Monroe
NIKE PH-91 (Worchester)
Worchester Twp.
Montgomery
Frankford Arsenal
Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Susquehanna Ordnance Sub-
Depot
Gregg Twp.
Union
NIKE PI-52 (Finleyville)
Union Twp.
Washington
NIKE PI-37 (Rillton)
Sewickley Twp.
Westmoreland
New Cumberland Army Depot
(Marsh Run)
Fairview
York
York Naval Ordnance Plant
Springettsbury Twp.
York

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Appendix D
Pennsylvania Sites on the Federal National Priorities List
The appendix contains a list of “active” sites on EPA’s National Priorities List. This list includes sites that are
designated as “Proposed,” “Final,” or “Deleted” where long-term monitoring or actions are required to be
reviewed. Further information on the status of these sites is included on EPA’s website.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Hunterstown
Road
Responsible
Party
SC
Adams
Moul
Alloway
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Soils contain toxic metals and
asbestos.
Construction is complete. The soil remedy
is complete and operating as designed.
Groundwater remediation is ongoing. The
third 5-year Review was completed in
September 2015. The Site has been
determined to be protective in the short
term. However, to be protective in the
long run, follow up actions are needed.
Keystone Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
Adams
Moul
Alloway
Groundwater and nearby surface water
are contaminated with toxic VOCs and
heavy metals.
The landfill cap and gas extraction system
have been constructed. Groundwater
extraction is ongoing. Treatment units
have been installed on residential water
supplies. The off-site wells are showing
declining VOC concentrations.
Shriver’s Corner
Responsible
Party
SC
Adams
Moul
Alloway
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and has affected residential wells
in the area.
Remedial actions at the Site are complete.
A new uncontaminated water system was
constructed to replace affected residential
wells. Groundwater remediation is
ongoing. EPA will be conducting a Five-
year review in 2018.
Westinghouse
Elevator
Responsible
Party
SC
Adams
Moul
Alloway
Groundwater and surface water are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
A public waterline was extended to
affected residents and a groundwater
pump and treat system is currently
operating.
Breslube Penn
Responsible
Party
SW
Allegheny
Mustio
Reschenthaler Groundwater and soils are contaminated
with toxic VOCs and PCBs. No
residential wells have been impacted.
Construction is complete. The soil was
capped and a slurry wall was installed in
2015. Groundwater treatment is ongoing.
Lindane Dump
Responsible
Party
SW
Allegheny
Dermody
Vulakovich The soil and groundwater are
contaminated with pesticides.
The RPs installed a cap over the landfill
and are operating a leachate treatment
system at the Site. Monitoring of the site
continues and annual reports are being
submitted to the EPA and the Department.
Ohio River Park
Responsible
Party
SW
Allegheny
Kulik
Fontana
Soils in disposal pits contained benzene,
toluene and phenols. Soil and
groundwater have been impacted.
Construction is complete. Groundwater
monitoring and operation and
maintenance of the multi-layer cap are
ongoing by the RP. Annual reports are
being submitted to the EPA and the
Department.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
PICCO Resin
Disposal
Responsible
Party
SW
Allegheny
Saccone
Reschenthaler Groundwater and surface water are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
PAHs.
The Site is capped and leachate water is
collected and pre-treated before discharge
to the local sewage treatment plant (STP).
EPA approved the RP’s proposal to
redesign the pre-treatment plant to address
the concerns regarding discharge to the
STP. There are still some environmental
impacts to consider.
Craig Farm Drum
Dump
Responsible
Party
SW
Armstrong
Oberlander
White
The Site is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and other wastes from the
production of resorcinol.
Construction is complete. EPA deleted the
Site from the NPL in September 2013.
The RP is conducting O&M at the Site.
EPA issued the 4th 5-year review in
September 2014.
Bally
Groundwater
Responsible
Party
SC
Berks
Maloney
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and threatens area drinking water
supply.
Groundwater is being pumped and treated
by the RPs. A new uncontaminated public
well and distribution system have been
developed. Vapor intrusion has been
evaluated and one mitigation unit was
installed.
Berks Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
Berks
Cox
Argall
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs.
Leachate from the landfill is collected and
sent to the local wastewater treatment
plant. The RP is maintaining the cap and
leachate collection system. The RP is also
evaluating the option of discharging
leachate onsite to eliminate use of the
local wastewater treatment plant.
Berks Sand Pit
State Funded
O&M
SC
Berks
Mackenzie
Mensch
Groundwater and the Middle Branch of
the Perkiomen Creek are contaminated
with toxic VOCs. Residential wells are
regularly monitored to insure pollutants
remain within safe drinking water levels.
Construction is complete. DEP took over
O&M of the groundwater remediation
(pump and treat) system in 2005. DEP
completed two pilot studies to determine
if in-situ biological oxidation is a viable
treatment option and more effective than
the current system. EPA is considering a
change to the original remedial option
chosen for the site. Negotiations are on-
going.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Brown's Battery
Breaking
Responsible
Party
SC
Berks
Knowles
Argall
Groundwater is contaminated with lead. Construction is complete. Contaminated
soils have been remediated. Groundwater
remediation is ongoing. The RP sampled
the groundwater plume in February 2016
after coming out of bankruptcy. It is
hoped that groundwater injections will
resume and the previously planned
bedrock fracturing operations will be
conducted.
Crossley Farms
EPA Funded
and State O&M
SC
Berks
Mackenzie
Mensch
Toxic VOCs have been detected in on-
Site groundwater and residential wells
down gradient of the Site.
EPA is operating a groundwater pump and
treat system at the Site. DEP is
maintaining the residential carbon
treatment units and vapor intrusion
systems installed by EPA at affected
homes. EPA installed 4 more extraction
wells to capture the plume on the south
and southeast sides of the source area.
Cryo-Chem
State Funded
O&M
SC
Berks
Maloney
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs.
Construction is complete. DEP has taken
over operation and maintenance of the
groundwater remediation (pump and treat)
system. The vapor phase carbon filter unit
will be removed from the treatment
system due to lower total VOCs
concentrations in the groundwater.
Douglassville
Disposal
Responsible
Party and EPA
Funded
SC
Berks
Maloney
Rafferty
Groundwater, surface water and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs, heavy
metals and PCBs.
Site remediation is complete. Five year
reviews are ongoing to ensure
effectiveness of the remedy. The last well
sampling occurred in June 2016 and
contamination was still found. EPA is
evaluating remedies for removing the oil
in one of the monitoring wells at the Site.
EPA plans to transfer the project to DEP
for long term O&M.
Price Battery
Responsible
Party and EPA
Funded
SC
Berks
Knowles
Argall
Plant soils contain high levels of lead.
Residential properties are contaminated
with lead from historic air deposition.
Residential lead-contaminated soil has
been removed. The RP conducted a
remedial investigation and feasibility
study. DEP completed review of the
documents and finalized comments. EPA
is preparing a five-year review report.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Ryeland Road
Arsenic
EPA Funded
SC
Berks
Cox
Argall
Site soils are contaminated with arsenic
and lead. Some private properties are also
impacted.
DEP has one more payment to EPA for
the State's share of remedial action costs.
EPA has relocated residents and removed
contaminated soils. Phytoremediation of
soils has been discontinued. EPA is
finalizing the feasibility study, which
evaluates remedial options.
Delta Quarries
Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
Blair
Ward,
McGinnis
Eichelberger Groundwater and surface water are
impacted by toxic VOCs and heavy
metals.
Groundwater remedial action is complete.
Operation and maintenance of the Site is
ongoing. The 4th 5-year review was
completed in May 2016. Subsequently,
additional monitoring and recovery wells
will be drilled in 2017 to look at the heavy
metal issue.
Bell Landfill
Responsible
Party
NC
Bradford
Pickett
Yaw
Leachate from the Site contains
methylene chloride, vinyl chloride,
manganese and arsenic.
The two Site landfills have been closed.
On-site treatment of leachate via spray
irrigation is underway as well as
evaluation of on-site treatment to
discharge directly to the stream.
Boarhead Farms
Responsible
Party
SE
Bucks
Quinn
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Wetlands, ponds and a small
unnamed tributary to the Delaware River
are affected by contaminated
groundwater.
Residential water supplies have been
equipped with carbon treatment systems.
The groundwater treatment system is
currently operating and the PRP Group is
addressing the apparent bypass of the
extraction system. EPA is planning to
incorporate institutional controls into the
remedy through a ROD Amendment in
Summer 2017.
Chem Fab
EPA Funded
SE
Bucks
Quinn
McIlhinney
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and toxic inorganic compounds.
Contaminated groundwater threatens to
impact nearby public water supply wells.
EPA is performing further investigations
of the Site to evaluate remedial
alternatives. EPA completed hot spot
removal at the Site. EPA is expected to
issue a ROD for a pump and treat facility
in Summer 2017.
Croydon TCE
State Funded
O&M
SE
Bucks
Davis,
Galloway
Tomlinson
Groundwater and eight residential wells
are contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Several toxic VOCs were detected in the
surface water samples from Hog Run
Creek, a tributary of the Delaware River.
Construction is complete. DEP has taken
over operation and maintenance of the
groundwater remediation (pump and treat)
system. DEP will conduct a pilot study to
determine if in-situ bioremediation is a
viable option at the Site in Summer 2017.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Dublin TCE
Responsible
Party
SE
Bucks
Watson
McIlhinney Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Private water supplies were
impacted.
A public waterline was extended to
affected residences. An in-situ cleanup
remedy failed at the site. EPA finalized an
Explanation of Significant Differences to
propose a pump and treat system in
September 2015.
Fischer and Porter
Responsible
Party
SE
Bucks
O'Neill
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and has affected public water
supply wells in the area.
Construction is complete. The RP
continues to operate a groundwater pump
and treatment system. DEP oversees the
NPDES discharge from the treatment
system, operated by the RP.
Naval Air
Development
Center –
Warminster
Responsible
Party
SE
Bucks
O'Neill
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and Perfluorinated Compounds
(PFCs). Soils and sediments are
contaminated with heavy metals.
Construction is complete. All remedies for
contaminated soil are in place. Remedies
for contaminated groundwater are
operating properly and successfully. The
Navy placed a carbon treatment unit on
the public supply wells that are impacted
with PFCs. Homes with potable wells
exceeding the HAL for PFOS and PFOA
are being hooked up to the public water
supply.
Revere Chemical
Responsible
Party
SE
Bucks
Quinn
Mensch
Site soils were contaminated with heavy
metals, toxic VOCs and PAHs. Shallow
groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. PFCs found in the surrounding
area.
Construction is complete. Remedial action
for soil contamination has been
completed. Long term monitoring of the
Site continues by the PRP group. EPA has
asked the PRPs to conduct sampling for
PFCs based on the discovery of PFCs in
the surrounding area.
Watson Johnson
Landfill
EPA Funded
SE
Bucks
Staats
Mensch
Landfill soils contain toxic VOCs, semi-
VOCs, PCBs and metals. Groundwater,
surface water and sediments are
impacted.
Public water was extended to affected
residences. EPA has selected a final
cleanup plan to cap the landfill and
implement bioremediation to clean up the
groundwater. Two Superfund State
Contracts were signed in September 2014.
Cap construction is set to begin in late
Summer 2017.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Bruin Lagoon
State Funded
O&M
NW
Butler
James
White
Site remediation is complete. The Site
remains fenced and abandoned. The Site
has been deleted from the NPL.
Construction is complete. DEP is
responsible for monitoring contaminated
groundwater and maintaining a cap over
the lagoon area until October 2020. The
Annual Post Closure Monitoring Report
was finalized by DEP in May 2017.
Tonolli
Corporation
Responsible
Party
NE
Carbon
Heffley
Yudichak
Site soils, groundwater and the
Nesquehoning Creek are contaminated
with lead, cadmium and other heavy
metals.
Construction is complete. The RP is
conducting operation and maintenance of
the landfill cap and semi-annual
groundwater monitoring. In November
2016, DEP received Environmental
Covenants for the properties located on
the Site.
Centre County
Kepone
Responsible
Party
NC
Centre
Benninghoff
Corman
Soil, sediment, groundwater and surface
water are contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Fish in Spring Creek were impacted. A
portion of the Site has been deleted from
the NPL.
Groundwater remediation (pump and
treat) and soil remediation (vapor
extraction) are ongoing. A deep
groundwater well was installed in Fall
2015. The well was resampled in Spring
2016 to confirm low level VOC
contamination. The RP and EPA continue
to discuss the cleanup goals for the Site.
AIW Frank/Mid-
County Mustang
State Funded
O&M
SE
Chester
Milne
Dinniman
Site groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Contaminated groundwater
has spread beyond the property
boundaries, affecting private drinking
water supply wells.
The groundwater treatment plant was shut
down in favor of an in-situ chemical
oxidation remedy initiated by EPA. In
May 2017, EPA issued a draft ROD
amendment. DEP’s June 2017
concurrence letter was signed with
conditions. DEP and EPA met with
developers in 2016 and 2017 to discuss
their proposed projects to develop the
Site.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Blosenski Landfill
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Hennessey
Rafferty
Groundwater and surface water contain
toxic VOCs and heavy metals.
A public water line was installed to
provide clean drinking water for residents.
The pump and treat system has been shut
down and EPA is evaluating the
usefulness of the treatment system. EPA
has pointed out 4 items that still need to
be addressed: vapor intrusion, 1,4-dioxane
contamination, groundwater performance
standards being met and institutional
controls in place. In May 2017,
monitoring wells no longer needed at the
Site were approved to be abandoned.
Foote Mineral
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Milne
Dinniman
Contaminants of concern include lithium,
boron, chromium and toxic VOCs are in
the soil and groundwater. Some on-Site
soil is slightly radioactive.
Construction is complete. A public water
line was installed to service impacted
homes. In-situ solidification of the quarry
waste and on-site disposal is complete.
EPA is working with the RP to place an
Environmental Covenant on the property
to prevent any residential use.
Kimberton TCE
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Corbin
Rafferty
The groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. A tributary to French Creek
was also contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. The responsible
party continues to operate a groundwater
treat system. EPA and the PRP Group are
in discussions to determine appropriate
institutional controls at the Site.
Malvern TCE
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Milne
Dinniman
The groundwater and soil are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Contaminated groundwater has affected
area residential wells.
Construction of a waterline extension and
soil vapor extraction system is completed.
A groundwater pump and treat system
was completed. Additional monitoring
wells are being incorporated into the
sampling routine to delineate the plume
and complete the conceptual site model.
Sampling of soils and perched
groundwater was performed in May 2017.
Old Wilmington
Road
EPA Funded
SE
Chester
Hennessey
Rafferty
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and manganese. Private drinking
wells have been impacted.
Carbon filtration systems were provided
for residences with contaminated wells.
EPA is conducting the Remedial
Investigation and Feasibility Study. In
January 2016, a public information
session was held to educate the public
about the status and future actions by EPA
and DEP at the Site.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Paoli Rail Yard
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Milne
McGarrigle Soil, groundwater and surface water
sediments are contaminated with PCBs.
Construction is complete. Operation and
maintenance of the soil cap and surface
water control features is ongoing. The
third 5-year review was conducted in
Spring 2016. Increasing PCB
concentrations in some monitoring wells
on Site were noted.
Strasburg Landfill State Funded
O&M
SE
Chester
Roe
Dinniman,
Killion
The Site was contaminated with toxic
metals and toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. DEP is
maintaining the landfill cap and operating
the leachate treatment. DEP is currently
working with the property owners to
finalize an agreement regarding O&M. In
January 2017, DEP met with the property
owners to discuss their options for reuse
of the landfill property. DEP is working
with EPA to delist the Site from the NPL.
Welsh Road
EPA Funded
and
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Hennessey
Rafferty
Soils and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs and metals. Private
wells were impacted.
Construction is complete. The RPs
installed a cap over contaminated soils
and a public waterline to affected
residences. The PRP Group conducts
operations and maintenance at the Site,
including groundwater sampling and
landfill gas monitoring.
William Dick
Lagoons
Responsible
Party
SE
Chester
Hennessey
Rafferty
Soil and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs. Soils also contain
pesticides.
A waterline was extended to affected
residences. A Vapor Intrusion study
shows no threats in the preliminary
findings. A pump and treat system is in
operation at the Site, but doesn’t capture
the entire plume. The RP will delineate
the plume and address it in OU-4.
Jackson Ceramix
EPA Funded NC/NW
Clearfield,
Jefferson
Gabler, Dush
Scarnati
Wetland soils are contaminated with lead
sludge waste.
EPA is conducting further Site
Investigation and Feasibility Study to
identify a cleanup remedy. The Remedial
Investigation report and Treatability Study
Work Plan were submitted in March
2017.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Drake Chemical
EPA Funded
and
Responsible
Party
NC
Clinton
Hanna
Scarnati
Soils and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs and semi-VOCs.
Construction is complete. EPA completed
remediation of contaminated soil
(incineration). The RP continues to
monitor and treat groundwater
contamination. EPA issued an
Explanation of Significant Differences in
August 2016 to modify the remedy.
Safety Light
EPA Funded
NC
Columbia
Millard
Gordner
Activities at the Site have resulted in
radioactive contamination of soil, surface
water, sediment and ground water. The
Site owner is financially unable to
complete the remedial actions.
EPA used the Removal Program to
demolish contaminated buildings in 2014.
EPA’s Remedial Program completed the
cleanup of OU1 in 2015. Groundwater
(OU-2) is still being evaluated. OU-3 will
address further soil and surface water
contamination. The OU-3 ROD was
issued in June 2016.
Saegertown
Industrial Site
Area
Responsible
Party
NW
Crawford
Roae
Brooks
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs from previous industrial activities.
The RP is conducting in-situ biological
oxidation to remediate the groundwater.
The latest Five-year review was initiated
in February 2107 and is expected to be
finalized in 2018.
Naval Support
Activity Site
(Navy Ship Parts
Control Center)
Responsible
Party (US
Military)
SC
Cumberland
Rothman
Regan
Groundwater is contaminated with heavy
metals and PAHs. Soils contain heavy
metals and toxic VOCs and sediments
contain metals and PCBs.
The Site has been broken down into
several operable units to facilitate
remediation. Removal and remedial
actions are ongoing.
Middletown
Airfield
Responsible
Party
SC
Dauphin
Mehaffie
Folmer
Groundwater and soils are contaminated
with toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. Current Site
conditions remain protective. Firefighting
foam constituents have been found in area
groundwater. The RP conducted a
drinking water pilot study with two types
of granular activated carbon treatments to
treat the additional contamination in
2016/2017. EPA’s fifth Five-year Review
should be completed in Summer 2017.

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Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Havertown PCP
Site
State Funded
O&M
SE
Delaware
Vitali, Santora
Leach
Area groundwater is contaminated with
pentachlorophenol. Non-aqueous phase
compounds and oil are present and
discharge into Naylors Run.
DEP finished making payments to EPA
for the state's share of remedial action
costs. DEP took over operation and
maintenance of the groundwater
remediation (pump and treat) system in
June 2013. DEP is conducting a pilot test
to remove the pre-treatment system from
the treatment system, as well as shutdown
a few recovery wells.
Lower Darby
Creek
EPA Funded
and
Responsible
Party
SE
Delaware,
Philadelphia
Miccarelli,
McClinton
Williams
Area groundwater and seeps are
contaminated with metals, PCBs and
petroleum by-products. Contamination is
seeping into Darby Creek.
EPA issued a ROD for Clearview Landfill
in 2014, selecting an evapotranspiration
cover as the remedy. EPA has started the
Remedial Design which is expected to be
completed in 2017. The PRP group is
developing the Remedial Investigation
and Feasibility Study for Folcroft
Landfill.
Metro Container
EPA Funded
and
Responsible
Party
SE
Delaware
Kirkland
Killion
Soil and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs, PCBs, metals and
PAHs.
Under an agreement between EPA and
several RPs, removal actions were
completed. These activities included
construction of a new building for the Site
owner, followed by building demolition
and excavation of piping which had
conveyed waste materials beneath the
main site building. In May 2017, the RPs
initiated field work for the Focused
Remedial Investigation and Feasibility
Study.
Wade Dump
State Funded
O&M
SE
Delaware
Kirkland
Killion
Direct contact threats associated with soil
exposure have been eliminated by the
construction of the asphalt parking area.
Groundwater is not used in the area.
Construction is complete. The Site has
been deleted from the NPL. DEP is
monitoring contaminated groundwater
and maintaining the soil cap. In 2015,
DEP was granted permission to abandon
all monitoring wells but the two which
still have contamination above health
standards. DEP plans to petition EPA to
abandon the last two monitoring wells
based on May 2017 sample results.

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Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Lord-Shope
Landfill
Responsible
Party
NW
Erie
Wentling
Laughlin
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and heavy metals.
Construction is complete. The RP
continues to operate and maintain the
groundwater pump and treat system in
conjunction with an in-situ vapor
stripping and thermal treatment system.
Millcreek Dump
Site
State Funded
O&M
NW
Erie
Bizzarro
Laughlin
Groundwater is highly contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. DEP is
operating the groundwater treatment
system. EPA completed its fifth Five-year
Review in September 2016. EPA found
the constructed remedies to be protective
of human health and the environment.
Letterkenny
Property Disposal
Office Area
Responsible
Party (US
Military)
SC
Franklin
Kauffman,
Schemel
Alloway
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and PCBs. Site soils contain toxic
VOCs and heavy metals. Residential
wells could be threatened.
The Site has been broken down into
several operable units to facilitate
remediation. OU-2 is evaluating natural
attenuation parameters to verify that the
plume is not migrating off-site. The
Proposed Remedial Action Plan for OU-4,
OU-6 and OU-8 was finalized in May
2016 and the draft Record of Decision
was submitted in September 2016. OU-5
is complete and a Remedial Action
Completion Report was submitted in
August 2016.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Letterkenny
Southeastern Area
Responsible
Party (US
Military)
SC
Franklin
Kauffman,
Schemel
Alloway
Groundwater and Site soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Residential wells are potentially affected.
The site has been broken down into
several operable units to facilitate
remediation. The ROD is under review for
OU-3. The Army is working with its
contractor to prepare a ROD for OU5. The
ROD for OU-6 was approved in March
2017. OU-8 is complete, with the RACR
finalized in July 2016. The ROD was
finalized in March 2016 for OU-09. The
ROD for OU-11 was approved in March
2017. A landfill cap is in place and annual
O&M is ongoing for OU-12. DEP
concurred with the ROD in March 2016
for OU-14. On-site indoor air and sub-
slab air sampling occurred in March 2016
and February 2017 for OU-15. The Army
is evaluating off Site vapor intrusion
issues under OU-16, sampling was
conducted in February and March 2016,
and Winter 2016/17.
Aladdin Plating
Responsible
Party
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich,
Flynn
Blake
Groundwater was contaminated with
chromium and other metals and
threatened local water supplies.
Construction is complete. The Site has
been deleted from the NPL. Nearby home
wells were sampled and results were non-
detect for Site contaminants. EPA is in
negotiation with DEP to transition the site
from the Removal Program to the
Remedial Program.
Lackawanna
Refuse
State Funded
O&M
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich
Blake
On-Site ground water was contaminated
with nitrate, heavy metals, and toxic
VOCs. Off-Site ground water was
contaminated with the pesticide dieldrin.
Construction is complete. The Site has
been deleted from the NPL. The property
was recently purchased by a local
businessman. DEP has turned over
operation and maintenance
responsibilities to that individual. The site
O&M Plan has been updated and upon
approval by EPA, sampling will be
conducted every five years instead of
annually.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Lehigh Electric
State Funded
O&M
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich
Blake
Site soils contain PCBs and
trichlorobenzene contamination.
Construction is complete. The Site has
been deleted from the NPL. DEP is
maintaining the soil cap and monitoring
contaminated groundwater. DEP met with
a potential buyer of the property to inform
them of the requirements of the Site.
Taylor Borough
Dump
Responsible
Party
NE
Lackawanna
Kavulich
Blake
Soils and groundwater are contaminated
by toxic VOCs and heavy metals.
Construction is complete. The Site has
been deleted from the NPL. City of
Scranton is conducting the O&M of the
Site.
Berkley Products
Landfill
State Funded
O&M
SC
Lancaster
Fee
Aument
Groundwater is contaminated with low
levels of toxic VOCs and heavy metals.
Construction is complete and the Site has
been deleted from the NPL. However,
EPA conducted extensive sampling of the
monitoring well network in summer 2016
and Spring 2017 to address 1,4-dioxane
and metals in groundwater and surface
water. DEP is responsible for maintaining
the landfill cap.
Elizabethtown
Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
Lancaster
Hickernell
Aument
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and contamination seeps into the
Conoy Creek.
Construction of the soil cap and gas
extraction system is complete. The RP is
proposing in-situ biological oxidation to
remediate groundwater at the Site. EPA
wants to begin a pump and treat system to
remediate the groundwater. EPA's Five-
year Review will be done in June 2018.
UGI Columbia
Responsible
Party
SC
Lancaster
Hickernell
Aument
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Site soils and sediments in the
Susquehanna River are contaminated
with coal tar.
Construction is complete. Construction of
the soil cap system is completed and
contaminated river sediments have been
removed. The RP continues to monitor
contaminated groundwater. A Five-year
review was issued on May 5, 2016.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Whitmoyer
Laboratories
Responsible
Party
SC
Lebanon
Diamond
Folmer
Soil and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs and arsenic.
Construction is complete. Construction of
a soil capping system is completed and
protected by institutional controls. A
groundwater extraction and treatment
system is currently operating. The
treatment plant had some NPDES
exceedances in 2015. DEP’s Water
Quality section followed up on the
exceedances and no further release has
been noted. A 5-year review was issued in
April 2015.
Dorney Road
Landfill
Responsible
Party
NE
Lehigh
Day
Browne
Site soils are contaminated with heavy
metals and the groundwater is
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Groundwater contamination has migrated
from the Site into residential wells.
Construction is complete. Landfill area
was capped. Treatment systems were
provided for residents with affected wells.
Groundwater monitoring is ongoing on a
quarterly basis.
Heleva Landfill
EPA Funded
and
Responsible
Party
NE
Lehigh
Day
Browne
Groundwater is contaminated with TCE
and has affected a nearby municipal
water supply well.
Construction is complete. The RPs have
installed a groundwater pump and treat
system. Operation of the treatment system
is ongoing. The RPs proposed
modifications to the system so influent
water will pass through only one air
stripper instead of two. EPA approved this
request in March 2017.
Novak Landfill
Responsible
Party
NE
Lehigh
Mako
Browne
Leachate and groundwater are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and heavy
metals. Residential wells were impacted.
Construction is complete. Operation and
maintenance of the landfill cap and
leachate/gas collection system continues
as well as residential and monitoring well
sampling. EPA issued a 5-year report for
the Site in May 2016.
Rodale
Manufacturing
Responsible
Party
NE
Lehigh
Simmons
Boscola
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and has migrated off-Site.
Construction is complete. A groundwater
pump and treat system is being
maintained by the RP. The RP installed
additional monitoring wells in 2016. A
natural attenuation study was completed
and sent to DEP in April 2017.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Butler Mine
Tunnel
Responsible
Party
NE
Luzerne
Carroll
Yudichak
Area groundwater and surface water are
contaminated with semi-VOCs and
petroleum hydrocarbons.
Construction is complete. DEP received
three Environmental Covenants in March
2017. In January 2017, the Closeout
Report was drafted. The pre-closure site
inspection was completed in April 2017.
The RPs continued operation and
maintenance of the remedy until June 5,
2017 (Consent Decree expired).
Equipment can be decommissioned and
disbursed as agreed upon by all parties.
C&D Recycling
Responsible
Party
NE
Luzerne
Mullery
Yudichak
Heavy metals were found in on-Site and
off-Site soils which potentially threaten
local drinking water supplies.
Construction is complete. Contaminated
soils, sediments and debris were
excavated, treated and disposed of off-
site. The RP sampled for dioxins and
found that they are not a contaminant of
concern at the Site. The Final Revised
Report was received in October 2016.
EPA sent a letter to DEP in May 2017 for
concurrence to delist the site.
Foster Wheeler
Church Road TCE
Site
Responsible
Party
NE
Luzerne
Mullery
Baker
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Private water supply wells were
impacted and have been permanently
replaced.
EPA has proposed the Site for the NPL.
The RP completed the Remedial
Investigation and Feasibility Study at the
Site. Results of the Vapor Intrusion
studies are expected in Summer 2017.
Valmont TCE Site EPA Funded
NE
Luzerne
Mullery,
Toohil
Yudichak
Groundwater in the area is contaminated
with TCE. Five area residences have
toxic VOCs in the indoor air above the
acceptable human health risk based
levels.
An aquifer study was conducted in
January 2017. The conclusions of the
study will be used in any future design or
remediation work at the site. EPA is
evaluating the complete study and
reevaluating the remedy for the Site.
Avco (Textron)
Lycoming
Responsible
Party
NC
Lycoming
Wheeland
Yaw
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and chromium and impacts a
municipal supply well.
A pump and treat system was installed to
treat contaminated groundwater and has
been operating successfully. Vapor
intrusion mitigation systems were
installed in 2 residences next to the
facility. EPA is drafting an Environmental
Covenant to place use restrictions on the
property. The fourth Five-year Review
was conducted in April 2017 and EPA is
drafting the report.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Osborne Landfill
Responsible
Party
NW
Mercer
Nesbit
Brooks
Soil and groundwater were contaminated
with various heavy metals, toxic VOCs
and pentachlorophenol.
Construction is complete. Waste disposal
areas have been capped and leachate
collection and treatment is ongoing. No
further work is planned.
Sharon Steel
EPA Funded
NW
Mercer
Longietti
Brooks
Groundwater contains elevated levels of
metals. Site wetlands and the tributary
from the wetlands to the Shenango River
also show metals contamination.
EPA is proposing to implement a funded
remedial action at the Site. The action will
consist of installing a cap over waste
piles. In December 2016, OU2 Interim
Remedial Actions began and OU1
Response Action Plan was approved by
EPA.
Westinghouse
Sharon
Responsible
Party
NW
Mercer
Longietti
Brooks
Soil, sediment, and groundwater were
contaminated with toxic VOCs, PCBs
and metals.
Construction is complete. The RP is
currently operating and maintaining the
Site. In December 2016, storm sewer
repair work was approved by DEP and
EPA to help eliminate recontamination.
Jacks Creek
Responsible
Party
SC
Mifflin
Benninghoff,
Harris
Corman
Site soils and sediments in Jack's Creek
are contaminated with heavy metals and
PCBs. Fish are affected.
Construction is complete. Soils and
wastes were treated and placed in a
capped landfill on site. Groundwater
monitoring is ongoing. In April 2016,
EPA requested that heavy metal sediment
sampling be added to the Site’s sampling
regime due to ecological toxicity. Samples
were taken in June 2017 and DEP is
awaiting results.
Brodhead Creek
MGP
EPA Funded
and
Responsible
Party
NE
Monroe
Madden
Scavello
Groundwater, surface water and soils
were contaminated with coal tar.
Construction is complete. The Site was
deleted from the NPL. Monitoring of
contaminated groundwater is ongoing.
EPA approved the RP's requested
sampling plan changes.
Butz Landfill
State Funded
O&M
NE
Monroe
Rader
Scavello
Activities at the Site have resulted in high
levels of toxic VOCs in domestic wells
south of the landfill.
Construction is complete. DEP took over
operation of the groundwater remediation
(pump and treat) system in October 2011.
An Environmental Covenant was signed
in 2015. A portion of the site was sold and
DEP received some cost recovery. In
February 2017 Capture Zone Analysis
was conducted and the sampling and
analysis plan was updated.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Tobyhanna Army
Depot
Responsible
Party
NE
Monroe
Madden
Blake
Residential wells are contaminated with
organic solvents, primarily TCE and
tetrachloroethylene (PCE).
Construction of a public waterline to
affected residences is complete. Four new
potable wells have been drilled for the
Depot where all samples were non-detect.
The Depot wants to clear part of the
impacted area for Unrestricted Use and
Unlimited Exposure.
Ambler Asbestos
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Daley
Greenleaf
Soils are contaminated with asbestos
waste.
Construction is complete. RPs are
maintaining the Site. NOVs have been
issued to the RPs for actions violating the
ICs at the Site. DEP is working to enforce
the CO&A it signed with the RP. DEP
received a Draft Fill Removal Plan from
the property owners in March 2017.
Baghurst Alley
EPA Funded
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs.
EPA is working with the local
government and the Water Authority to
extend the municipal supply. Passive soil
gas sampling confirmed findings of
DEP’s source area investigation and
identified a small hotspot area. EPA is
currently performing limited soil
investigation and hopes to use this
information to develop a site remediation
strategy.
BoRit Asbestos
EPA Funded
SE
Montgomery
Stephens,
Daley
Greenleaf,
Hughes,
Leach
The Site was contaminated with asbestos
and asbestos-containing materials.
Stream bank stabilization was completed
on the Wissahickon and Rose Valley
Creek, and the pile and park were capped.
The reservoir was drained, and the sides
were reinforced. The ROD for the Site is
expected to be issued in late 2017.
Commodore
Semiconductor
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Corr
Rafferty
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs and Freon and has affected area
residential wells.
Construction is complete. Operation and
maintenance of the groundwater recovery
and treatment system is ongoing. During
the last two years, the pump and treat
system has been transitioning to reduced-
activity status.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Crater Resources
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Briggs
Leach
Soil and groundwater are contaminated
with VOCs and semi- VOCs.
The RP is addressing contaminated soil by
excavating and disposing on-site
according to approved plans. A developer
has requested a change to the ROD to
allow for residential redevelopment of
two parts of the Site. EPA has requested
that further studies be conducted before
agreeing to the request.
Henderson Road
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Briggs
Leach
Groundwater and the Upper Merion
reservoir are contaminated with toxic
VOCs.
Construction is complete. The RPs have
installed a cap and leachate collection
system at the landfill, on-site groundwater
and vapor extraction systems, and a
treatment plant to address the
contaminated water and vapor concerns.
Moyer Landfill
State Funded
O&M
SE
Montgomery
Corr
Rafferty
Leachate from the Site contains TCE and
nickel.
Construction is complete. DEP maintains
the cap and leachate collection system and
performs leachate sampling. In May 2017,
DEP executed a Prospective Purchaser
Agreement (PPA) to complete the sale of
the property. The PPA detailed the new
property owner’s ongoing O&M
responsibilities for the Site.
Naval Air Station
Joint Reserve
Base, Willow
Grove
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Stephens
Greenleaf
Drinking water supply wells are
contaminated with toxic VOCs and
Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs).
Remedial activities are ongoing at
multiple areas on the base. A Remedial
Investigation is underway to address the
PFC contamination in the groundwater.
The RP is connecting affected homes to
public water and placing treatment on the
contaminated public supply wells.
North Penn 1
State Funded
O&M
SE
Montgomery
Godshall
Greenleaf
The ground water is contaminated with
toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete for the removal
and off-Site disposal of contaminated soil
and for the groundwater treatment system.
DEP is operating the groundwater
remediation (pump and treat) system.
North Penn 2
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Godshall
Greenleaf
Wetland soils and surface water
sediments are contaminated with heavy
metals. Groundwater is contaminated
with toxic VOCs.
Remedial activities are complete. The RPs
continue to implement the groundwater
cleanup plan. TCE levels continue to
decrease in the groundwater with
continued use of the groundwater
extraction system.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
North Penn 5
EPA Funded &
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery,
Bucks
Stephens,
Watson
McIlhinney,
Greenleaf
Site groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Contamination has affected
one of the North Penn Water Authority
production wells.
OU1: EPA issued a ROD Amendment in
July 2016 selecting optimized pump and
treat as the final remedy. A Pre-Remedial
Design Investigation Work Plan was
submitted in May 2017. OU2: The
bioaugmentation remedy is ongoing. A
Unilateral Administrative Order was
issued in January 2017 for a Remedial
Investigation and Feasibility Study of the
bedrock aquifer. OU3: EPA is conducting
a pilot study to test the effectiveness of
chemical oxidation per the 2004 ROD.
North Penn 6
EPA Funded &
State Funded
O&M
SE
Montgomery
Godshall
Mensch
Site groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Contamination has affected
several of the North Penn Water
Authority production wells.
DEP is making payments to EPA for the
State's share of remedial action costs.
DEP took over 3 of the pump and treat
systems. DEP is anticipating taking over 2
additional systems in 2017.
North Penn 7
Responsible
Party & EPA
Funded
SE
Montgomery
Harper
Greenleaf
Site groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Contamination has affected
several of the North Penn Water
Authority production wells.
EPA removed areas of soil contamination.
EPA issued a No Action Proposed
Remedial Action Plan in Fall 2016 for
Vapor Intrusion at the Site based on no
risk being found in samples collected
between 2011 and 2014.
North Penn 12
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Bradford
Rafferty
Groundwater in the area is contaminated
with toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. The RP is
maintaining the groundwater treatment
plant. They also conducted an in-situ
chemical oxidation pilot study
implemented in early 2016. The Pilot
Study wells were shut down in April 2017
and will be sampled for post-injection and
recirculation performance monitoring.
Occidental
Chemical
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Quigley
Rafferty
Groundwater and soils are contaminated
with toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. The RP is
operating the groundwater remediation
system. In 2015, an Environmental
Covenant was placed on the property
restricting the use of groundwater on the
Site. In April 2017 EPA recommended
that the responsible party perform a
Capture Zone Analysis to determine the
overall effectiveness of the continued
remedy of pump and treat.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Raymark NPL
Site
State Funded
O&M
SE
Montgomery
Murt
Greenleaf
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Contaminated groundwater has
migrated off-Site.
Construction is complete. The property
owner is maintaining the lagoon caps.
DEP took over the groundwater
remediation (pump & treat) system. EPA
is expanding a Vapor Intrusion study and
installed 10 new shallow monitoring wells
at the Site.
Salford Quarry
EPA Funded &
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Toepel
Mensch
Residential wells are contaminated with
boron.
All residences with impacted or
threatened wells have been connected to
the public water supply. EPA issued the
OU-1 (Waste/Soil) in September 2013. In
response to a January 2016 Value
Engineering Report issued by the
USACE, EPA is considering amending
the ROD to reduce costs.
Stanley Kessler
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Briggs
Leach
Soil and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. The existing
pump and treat system is successfully
removing toxic VOCs from captured
groundwater. A vapor intrusion building
inspection was completed in March 2015
and several gaps/cracks were sealed. A
capture zone analysis was completed in
May 2015 and upon EPA’s review, no
further action is required.
Tank Car
Corporation of
America
EPA Funded
SE
Montgomery
McCarter
Haywood
Soil is contaminated with PAH and heavy
metals.
EPA conducted a removal action as well
as a consolidation/capping action at the
Site. Actions were taken under the
Removal Program. EPA and DEP are
working with the Township to redevelop
the Site into recreational fields. The
Township showed interest in working
with DEP to remediate the Site through a
Prospective Purchaser Agreement under
Act 2.

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Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Tyson's Dump
Responsible
Party
SE
Montgomery
Briggs
Leach
Soils and groundwater are contaminated
with toxic VOCs. Schuylkill River is
impacted.
Construction is complete. An
investigation into the effectiveness of the
pump and treatment system was initiated
in 2016. Six of the extraction wells are
scheduled to be taken off-line. In April
2017, a work plan to study the current
conditions under ambient (non-watering)
conditions was submitted. Upon approval
of the work plan, irrigation will
temporarily cease to conduct the
investigation to determine if conditions
have improved to allow for permanent
cessation of the wet soil cover.
MW
Manufacturing
Responsible
Party
NC
Montour
Masser
Gordner
Soil and groundwater are contaminated
with chlorinated solvents.
Construction is complete. Contaminated
soil and wastes were remediated. A
groundwater pump and treat system was
constructed and continues to operate
successfully. The fifth 5-year review was
completed in August 2015. A new
chemical storage room was constructed in
April 2017 to allow for direct chemical
delivery.
Hellertown Mfg.
Site
State Funded
O&M
NE
Northampton
Freeman
Boscola
Groundwater at the Site is contaminated
with toxic VOCs, which have migrated
off-Site toward the nearby Saucon Creek.
Construction is complete. DEP has taken
over maintenance of the lagoon cap and
operation of the groundwater remediation
(pump and treat) system. EPA initiated a
Site Optimization Study of the Site. DEP
received the Draft Optimization Review
Memorandum in May 2017.
Industrial Lane
Responsible
Party
NE
Northampton
Freeman
Boscola
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs. Several private water supply wells
have been impacted.
Construction is complete. Waterlines have
been installed to replace impacted wells.
The waste disposal area has been capped.
A groundwater remediation system was
installed and continues to operate. An
Environmental Covenant to restrict
groundwater use at the Site was recorded
in September 2016.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Enterprise Avenue
Landfill
Responsible
Party
SE
Philadelphia
Donatucci
Farnese
Soil and Groundwater is contaminated
with toxic VOCs and metals.
City of Philadelphia operates a pump and
treat system at the Site. The RP initiated
in-situ chemical oxidation of the
groundwater. The data shows mixed
results for that treatment so far. Sampling
revealed a slight increase in detections of
two VOCs. Two additional sampling
rounds will be conducted. A Supplemental
Pilot Test report will be submitted
following completion of the sampling.
Franklin Slag Pile
EPA Funded
SE
Philadelphia
Donatucci
Farnese
Slag piles contain various heavy metals,
including lead, beryllium and copper.
EPA has proposed a remedy to construct a
RCRA cap and monitor the groundwater.
DEP has not concurred with the proposed
ROD. EPA continues to look at remedial
alternatives.
Metal Bank
Responsible
Party
SE
Philadelphia
Driscoll
Sabatina
Groundwater, soils and Delaware River
sediments are contaminated with PCBs.
EPA is currently evaluating the need for
additional biological monitoring activities.
Sediment Sampling took place in 2015
and 2016. EPA is evaluating the results.
The sheet pile wall showed signs of
movement and repairs were completed in
July 2016. The property was sold in
August 2016. A Long-Term Monitoring
work plan addendum will document any
reassignment of roles and responsibilities.
State Road Metal
Bank
EPA Funded
SE
Philadelphia
Driscoll
Sabatina
Soil is contaminated with PCBs.
Under an agreement with EPA, PennDOT
performed remedial activities at the Site
and received reimbursement from a trust
fund established by court order. PennDOT
completed all work at the site, including
sewer lining and waste disposal in
October 2015. Under a settlement
agreement between the PRP Group and
EPA, the remaining removal action
components were completed in October
2016.
Eastern
Diversified
Metals (EDM)
Responsible
Party
NE
Schuylkill
Knowles
Argall
Waste piles and sediments contain heavy
metals, PCBs and toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. A multi-layer
cap was installed to contain wastes on-
site. The responsible party continues to
maintain the Site.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
McAdoo
Associates
Responsible
Party
NE
Schuylkill
Knowles
Argall
Groundwater and soils are contaminated
with toxic VOCs and heavy metals.
Construction is complete. Contaminated
soils were removed from the Site. The RP
continues to monitor groundwater. Annual
sampling of the groundwater takes place
in May.
Allied Signal
(former Bendix
Flight Systems)
Responsible
Party
NE
Susquehanna
Fritz
Yaw
Groundwater, surface water and some
private wells are contaminated with toxic
VOCs.
Construction is complete. Remediation of
contaminated groundwater (pump and
treat) is ongoing. The RP addressed data
gaps by sampling nearby home wells and
conducting a site characterization in 2016.
A draft Supplemental Remedial
Investigation/Focused Feasibility Study
Work Plan was received and is planned to
be finalized in Summer 2017.
AMP Glen Rock
Responsible
Party
SC
York
Klunk
Wagner
Groundwater, surface water and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Construction is complete. Operation and
maintenance of the groundwater treatment
system (pump and treat) is ongoing. The
RP continues to monitor and evaluate the
plume and treatment system.
East Mt. Zion
Landfill
State Funded
O&M
SC
York
Gillespie
Folmer
The groundwater is contaminated with
toxic VOCs. Residential wells show no
signs of contamination, and the majority
of residents are on public water.
Construction is complete. DEP is
responsible for maintaining the landfill
cap and monitoring groundwater
contamination. In May 2016, the 10-acre
landfill cap vegetation was altered to deter
groundhogs and maintain integrity of the
cap. Ongoing methane gas monitoring
occurs quarterly and groundwater wells
are sampled for VOCs annually.
Modern
Sanitation
Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
York
Saylor
Wagner
Groundwater, surface water and soils are
contaminated with toxic VOCs.
Contamination impacts area residential
wells.
Construction is complete. A landfill cap
system and fencing were installed.
Contaminated leachate and groundwater
are collected and treated.

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Site Name
Lead
Agency
DEP
Region
County
House
Senate
Threat
Status
Old City of York
Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
York
Phillips-Hill
Wagner
Groundwater and domestic wells were
contaminated with toxic VOCs. Surface
water contains heavy metals.
Construction is complete. Groundwater
extraction and treatment has been
decommissioned. Groundwater
contamination is being monitored and
land use controls are in place. The fourth
5-year review was signed February 26,
2016. Rerouting of seeps to prevent
migration of iron into the unnamed
tributary and the creek is planned for June
2017.
York County
Landfill
Responsible
Party
SC
York
Phillips-Hill
Wagner
Groundwater is contaminated with toxic
VOCs.
Construction is complete. The Site was
deleted from the NPL in 2005. The RP
continues to operate and maintain a
groundwater pump and treat system. The
fourth five-year review should be
completed by September 2017.
Abbreviations, Terms:
Lead Agency:
The entity that is performing the response actions. This could be EPA, DEP or the responsible parties (e.g. property owner, operator of facility,
generators of waste disposed) as defined under federal law.
DEP Region:
DEP has six regional offices that directly oversee response actions: SE - Southeast, NE - Northeast, SC - South-central, NC - North-central, SW -
Southwest, NW - Northwest. See DEP website for locations and phone numbers.
NPL:
“National Priorities List” – A list of sites in the nation maintained by EPA. EPA scores threats posed by the release of hazardous substances and
then proposes sites for the list. After a public comment period, EPA declares the site in final status and proceeds to investigate, develop and
implement cleanup plans. Sites are deleted when remediation goals and standards in the cleanup plan are achieved; however, many sites require
long-term monitoring and other actions to maintain the standard.
Construction
Complete:
A stage of the project when remedial systems and controls have been installed or are operating that address all threats posed by contamination at the
site. However, the cleanup plan goals and standards have not been achieved; for instance, concentration of contaminants in the groundwater may
still be higher than those levels determined to be safe for unrestricted use.

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O&M:
“Operation and Maintenance” – Actions required to maintain a response action or to operate a remedial system that has been constructed. For
instance, groundwater “pump and treat” may be designed to operate for more than 30 years before groundwater contamination levels meet
remediation goals. Landfill or contaminated soil covers need to be maintained in perpetuity.
Land Use Controls:
Environmental covenants and deed restrictions placed on property to prevent contact with contamination that is left at the site.

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Appendix E
Financial Statements

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Statement of Revenue, Expenditures and Commitments
(dollar amounts in thousands)
FY 2015-16
FY 2016-17
FY 2017-18
(Actual)
(Actual)
(Rebudget/ESN)
Beginning Balance
$
58,760
$
61,075
$
61,976
Revenue and Receipts:
Transfer from Capital Stocks Franchise Tax
$
40,000
$
40,000
$
4,100
Act 13 Impact Fees
$
8,393
$
8,102
$
18,118
Hazardous Waste Fees
$
2,277
$
1,735
$
2,300
Fines and Penalties
$
1
$
1
$
-
Interest/Treasury Investment Income
$
804
$
1,128
$
855
Transfer to Environmental Education Fund
$
-
$
-
$
-
Refunds of Expenditures
$
385
$
-
$
-
Cost Recovery
$
1,454
$
694
$
1,550
Cost Recovery (Misc Revenue)
$
1
$
-
$
-
Revenue Total
$
53,315
$
51,660
$
26,923
Prior Year Lapse
$
3,539
$
4,849
$
-
Total Available
$
115,614
$
117,584
$
88,899
Expenditures/Commitments:
General Operations - Personnel and Benefits
$
15,573
$
15,250
$
15,173
General Operations - Operating Expenses
$
2,217
$
3,960
$
2,968
General Operations - Fixed Assets
$
147
$
77
$
29
General Operations - Transfers (IT Support)
$
3,697
$
4,296
$
4,276
General Operations Subtotal
$
21,634
$
23,583
$
22,446
Hazardous Sites Cleanup
$
26,900
$
26,000
$
24,000
Host Municipality Grants
$
5
$
25
$
25
Transfer to Industrial Sites Cleanup
$
2,000
$
2,000
$
2,000
Transfer to Industrial Env. Assessments
$
2,000
$
2,000
$
2,000
Transfer to Household Haz Waste Acct
$
1,000
$
1,000
$
1,000
Small Business Pollution Prevention
$
1,000
$
1,000
$
1,000
Expenditures/Commitments Total
$
54,539
$
52,471
$
52,471
Ending Balance
$
61,075
$
61,976
$
36,428
All revenue based on SAP records. Actual expenditure/commitment figures include unpaid commitments as of 7/1/2016
and 7/1/2017 of the respective fiscal years. Prior year lapse includes commitments that were not expended during the
prior fiscal year.
Prepared by DEP Fiscal Management

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HAZARDOUS SITES CLEANUP FUND
BALANCE SHEET
As of June 30, 2017
(UNAUDITED)
2017
ASSETS
Cash in Transit
$
0
Temporary Investments
86,247364
Receivables
0
Payroll
0
Advance to Other Fund
TOTAL
ASSETS
$
86,247,364
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
Liabilities:
Accounts Payable and Accrued Liabilities
$
641,147
Invoices Payable
1,351,379
Accrued Payables Goods Receipts
1,480
Due to Political Subdivisions
0
TOTAL LIABILITIES
$
1,994,006
FUND
BALANCE
Restricted for:
Encumbrances
$
12,047,224
Advances
0
Environmental Protection
72,206,134
TOTAL FUND
BALANCE
84,253,358
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
$
86,247,364
Information taken from Report Prepared by the Office of Comptroller Operations
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Appendix F
Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Activities and Expenditures, FY 2016-17
This appendix lists the estimated expenditures (not including DEP personnel and general operating costs) and the
type of response activity performed for each project funded by DEP using the Hazardous Sites Cleanup Fund in the
fiscal year July 1, 2016– June 30, 2017. The estimated expenditures include the actual expenditures existing as of
July 1, 2017, and an estimate of the obligation remaining to be paid under existing contracts for work completed,
but not invoiced, audited and expended as of July 1, 2017. The description of the type of response activity performed
includes whether the activity was initiated, completed or was continuing from prior fiscal years.

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
County
Project Name
Estimated Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Adams
ADSCO
$29,537
Continued Water Supply Replacement and Operation and Maintenance
of Closed Landfill
Adams
J.C. Cleaners
$65,169
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Allegheny
Keystone Metals Reduction
$42,832
Continued Further Investigation
Allegheny
Mazarro Landfill McKees Rocks
$35,885
Continued Further Investigation
Allegheny
McQuaid Property
$10,356
Continued Further Investigation and Interim Response
Allegheny
Tri-State Petroleum Recovery
$604,566
Continued Interim Response
Beaver
General Alloy Casting Company
$2,537,936
Initiated Interim Response
Beaver
Kuhn’s Landfill
$178,309
Continued Interim Response
Beaver
LVT Benzol Tank Area
$6,989
Continued Further Investigation
Berks
Algonquin Chemical
$1,281
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Berks
Berks Sand Pit
$12,611.46
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Berks
Clements Landfill
$2,981
Abandonment of Monitoring Wells
Berks
Crossley Farms
$364,180
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
and State Superfund Contract Payment
Berks
Cryo-Chem
$144,826
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Berks
DeMarco Landscaping
$23,952
Continued Further Investigation and Interim Response
Berks
Franklin Street
$9,815
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Mt. Laurel Battery
$12
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Noll Lane Battery Casings
$760,863
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Northern Berks Battery Casings
$556
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Topton
$96,081
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Bradford
Canton Groundwater Investigation
$22,869
Initiated Further Investigation
Bucks
Croydon TCE
$92,836
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund remedial action
Bucks
Easton Road PFC
$190,927
Initiated Further Investigation
Bucks
Furlong Manufacturing
$2,515
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Jacksonville TCE
$18,937
Continued Further Investigation

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
County
Project Name
Estimated Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Bucks
Lawn Ave
$14,919
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Lenape
$23,815
Abandonment of Monitoring Wells
Bucks
Mill Creek TCE
$8,363
Abandonment of Monitoring Wells
Bucks
Morris Run
$11,473
Abandonment of Monitoring Wells
Bucks
Nockamixon TCE
$29,668
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Perkasie TCE
$9,834
Continued Further Investigation
Bucks &
Montgomery
PFC Prompt Interim Response
$179
Initiated Further Investigation
Bucks
Railroad TCE
$1,955,279
Continued Further Investigation
Bucks
Ridge Run PFAS
$90,871
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Tamenend PCE
$19,851
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Watson Johnson Landfill
$39,240
State Superfund Contract Payments
Butler
Bruin Lagoon
$45,242
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Butler & Armstrong Apple Road Disposal Area – Bear
Creek
$891
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Butler
Shaler JTC
$28,337
Continued Monitoring of Contaminated Groundwater
Centre
Phillipsburg Rod & Gun Club
$22,533
Continued Further Investigation and Interim Response
Chester
AIW Frank
$1,494
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Chester
Quality Service Cleaners
$182,273
Continued Prompt Interim Response
Chester
Strasburg Landfill
$10,894
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Clinton
Karnish Instruments
$1,410,725
Mixed Funding Consent Order & Agreement Payment
Clinton
Lock Haven Laundry
$160,669
Continued Further Investigation
Columbia
Safety Light
$569,080
State Superfund Contract Payment
Cumberland
Allen Road
$3,736
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Delaware
Havertown PCP
$398,222
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Delaware &
Philadelphia
Lower Darby Creek
$4122
Initiated Technical Assistance Contract

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
County
Project Name
Estimated Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Elk
Ridgway Borough Municipal Landfill
$3,960
Completed Further Investigation
Erie
Filmore
$68,874
Completed Interim Response
Erie
Mill Creek Dump Site
$798,734
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Erie
Presque Isle Chemical
$174,184
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Franklin
Tomstown TCE
$2,571,868
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Franklin
Waynesboro TCE
$203,487
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Indiana
Tunnelton Liquids
$741
Completed Interim Response
Jefferson
Punxsutawney GW Contamination
$90,648
Continued Interim Response
Lackawanna
Ivy Industrial Park
$5,771
Continued Further Investigation
Lackawanna
Torch Lumber Mills
$46,774
Continued Interim Response and Further Investigation
Lancaster
Berkley Products Landfill
$12,027
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Lancaster
Berkley Products Plant
$110,2017
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Interim Response
Lancaster
Conestoga Pines Park
$1,449
Continued Interim Response
Lancaster
Intercourse TCE
$3,881,491
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Lancaster
Raymark Industries Inc.
$375
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Lawrence
Remacor Site
$36,000
Continued Further Investigation and Initiated Interim Response
Lehigh
High Quality Plating
$25,624
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Lycoming
Vanderlin Cleaners
$1,082
Continued Interim Response
Mercer
C.G. Wood
$9,426
Continued Further Investigation
Monroe
Butz Landfill
$100,135
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Monroe
Yuhas Dump Site
$1,463,655
Continued Interim Response
Montgomery
Alderfer Landfill
$405
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Montgomery
Botany PCE
$33,800
Continued Further Investigation
Montgomery
Boyertown Landfill
$650
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Montgomery
Chemigraphics
$10,121
Completed Groundwater Monitoring
Montgomery
Gilbertsville PCE
$13,779
Abandonment of Monitoring Wells
Montgomery
Hoff VC Site
$70,811
Continued Further Investigation

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Estimated Expenditures and Activities
Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
County
Project Name
Estimated Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Montgomery
Landis Creek
$70
Continued Further Investigation
Montgomery
Lower Providence
$9,211
Abandonment of Monitoring Wells
Montgomery
Macoby Creek
$55,304
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Montgomery
Midfield VOC
$94,681
Continued Further Investigation and Initiated Interim Response
Montgomery
Moyer Landfill
$157,752
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Montgomery
North Penn 1
$40,176
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Montgomery
North Penn 6
$248,658
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
and State Superfund Contract Payment
Montgomery
Raymark OU#1&3
$15,400
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Northampton
American Fuel Harvesters
$6,605
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill
Northampton
Hellertown Mfg.
$34,955
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Northampton
Herceg Landfill
$71,487
Continued Further Investigation
Schuylkill
Coaldale MGP
$1,862
Continued Further Investigation
Statewide
Statewide GTAC and IRRSC
Contracts
$44,669
Program Mgt and Surety Bond Premiums for On-Call Statewide
Contracts
Susquehanna
Former Erie Railyard
$1,951,640
Continued Interim Response
Susquehanna
Laurel Lake PCE
$13,415
Continued Further Investigation
Washington
American Zinc Chemical Site
$279,343
Continued Further Investigation
Westmoreland
Everglade
$22,516
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Westmoreland
Harhai Landfill
$149
Continued Further Investigation
York
East Mt. Zion
$16,480
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
$22,814,355

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Appendix G
Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Activities and Expenditures, FY 2015-16
Supplement to August 2016 Hazardous Sites Cleanup Fund Annual Report
This appendix lists the specific expenditures (not including DEP personnel and operating costs) and the type of
response activity performed (including whether the activity was initiated, completed or was continuing from prior
fiscal years) for each project funded by DEP using the Hazardous Sites Cleanup Fund in the fiscal year July 1, 2015
– June 30, 2016.

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
County
Site Name
Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Adams
ADSCO
$102,827
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Adams
J.C. Cleaners
$31,899
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Allegheny
Keystone Metals Reduction
$63,028
Continued Further Investigation
Allegheny
Mazzaro-McKees Rocks Landfill
$78,295
Continued Further Investigation
Allegheny
McQuaid Property
$8,765
Continued Further Investigation
Allegheny
Tri-State Petroleum Recovery
$106,811
Continued Interim Response
Beaver
General Alloy Casting Company
$1,238
Initiated Interim Response
Beaver
LVT-Benzol Tank Area
$43,189
Initiated Further Investigation
Berks
Algonquin Chemical
$11,150
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Berks
Berks Sand Pit
$263,233
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Berks
Crossley Farms
$245,554
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action and
State Superfund Contract Payment
Berks
Cryo-Chem
$45,942
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Berks
Demarco Landscaping
$33,535
Continued Further Investigation
Berks
Mt Laurel Road Battery
$1,860
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Noll Lane Battery Casing
$572,333
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Northern Berks County Battery Casings
$308
Continued Interim Response
Berks
Oreville Quarry
$504
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Berks
Topton
$140,241
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation and
Water Supply Replacement
Bradford
Canton Groundwater Investigation
$14,950
Initiated Further Investigation
Bucks
Churchville TCE
$352,858
Completed Further Investigation and Continued Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Croydon TCE
$79,636
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Bucks
Easton Road PFC
$60,627
Initiated Further Investigation
Bucks
Furlong Manufacturing
$4,226
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Jacksonville TCE
$15,762
Continued Further Investigation
Bucks
Lawn Ave
$2,996
Continued Further Investigation
Bucks
Nockamixon TCE
$92,867
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Perkasie TCE
$187,968
Continued Further Investigation

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
County
Site Name
Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Bucks &
Montgomery
PFC Prompt Interim Response
$4,147
Initiated Further Investigation
Bucks
Railroad Drive TCE
$296,215
Continued Further Investigation
Bucks
Tamenend PCE
$13,628
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Bucks
Watson Johnson Landfill
$264,000
State Superfund Contract Payments
Bucks
Williams Street PCE
$506
Continued Further Investigation
Butler
Bruin Lagoon
$65,781
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Butler & Armstrong
Apple Road Disposal Area – Bear Creek
$21,758
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Butler
Shaler JTC
$28,915
Continued Monitoring of Contaminated Groundwater
Centre
Phillipsburg Road & Gun Club
$23,787
Continued Further Investigation and Initiated Interim Response
Chester
AIW Frank
$1,082
Continued Operations and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Chester
Quality Service Cleaners
$323,622
Initiated Prompt Interim Response
Chester
Strasburg Landfill
$112,017
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Clinton
Karnish Instruments
$795,497
Continued Interim Response
Clinton
Lock Haven Laundry
$197,744
Continued Further Investigation
Columbia
Safety Light
$50,000
State Superfund Contract Payments
Crawford
Shiller Site
$2,125
Completed Further Investigation
Cumberland
Allen Road
$24,273
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Delaware
Havertown PCP
$1,450,396
Continued Operations and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Delaware &
Philadelphia
Lower Darby Creek
$2,473
Initiated Technical Assistance Contract
Erie
Currie Landfill
$4,727
Continued Further Investigation and Completed Remedial Action
Erie
Mill Creek Dump
$376,068
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Erie
Presque Isle Chemical
$765,419
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Groundwater Remediation
Franklin
Tomstown TCE
$3,046,357
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Franklin
Waynesboro TCE
$1,594
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Indiana
Tunnelton Liquids
$5,800,799
Continued Further Investigation
Jefferson
Punxsutawney GW Contamination
$83,713
Continued Interim Response
Lackawanna
Ivy Industrial Park
$2,258
Continued Further Investigation

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
County
Site Name
Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Lackawanna
Torch Lumber Mills
$73,574
Continued Interim Response and Further Investigation
Lancaster
Berkley Products Landfill
$18,255
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Lancaster
Berkley Products Plant
$29,111
Continued Interim Response
Lancaster
Conestoga Pines Park
$6,865
Continued Interim Response
Lancaster
Intercourse TCE
$697,172
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Lawrence
Remacor Site
$627,592
Continued Further Investigation
Lehigh
High Quality Plating
$290,048
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Luzerne
Hazleton Clandestine Drug Lab
21,800
Completed Emergency Response
Lycoming
Vanderlin Cleaners
$40,299
Initiated Interim Response
Mercer
C.G. Wood
$23,155
Continued Further Investigation
Mercer
Greenville Reynolds Industrial
Development
$408
Completed Site Investigation
Mercer
Sharon Steel
$511,890
State Superfund Contract Payment
Monroe
Butz Landfill
$161,922
Continued Operations and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Monroe
Yuhas Dump
$1,459,567
Continued Interim Response
Montgomery
Alderfer Landfill
$35,697
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Montgomery
Botany PCE
$19,577
Continued Further Investigation
Montgomery
Boyertown Landfill
$777
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill Closure
Montgomery
Bridge Road TCE
$45,681
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Montgomery
Hoff VC
$102,015
Continued Further Investigation and Completed Water Supply Replacement
Montgomery
Landis Creek
$27,223
Continued Further Investigation
Montgomery
Macoby Creek
$76,584
Continued Further Investigation and Water Supply Replacement
Montgomery
Midfield VOC
$699,584
Continued Further Investigation and Initiated Water Supply Replacement
Montgomery
Moyers Landfill
$87,465
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Montgomery
North Penn 1
$28,169
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Montgomery
North Penn 6
$188,460
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action and
State Superfund Contract Payment
Montgomery
Raymark OU#1&3
$19,550
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Montgomery
Turtle Creek
$679
Continued Groundwater Monitoring

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Hazardous Sites Cleanup Project Final Expenditures
Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016
County
Site Name
Expenditure
Type of Response Activity
Montgomery
Valley Forge Asbestos
$610,373
Superfund Settlement Agreement Payment
Northampton
American Fuel Harvesters
$7,434
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Landfill
Northampton
Hellertown Mfg.
$35,346
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
Northampton
Herceg Landfill
$39,766
Continued Further Investigation
Northampton
Keystone Dip & Strip
$22,548
Initiated Further Investigation
Schuylkill
Siesko Property
$6,100
Completed Interim Response
Statewide
Statewide GTAC and IRRSC Contracts
$362,402
Program Mgt. and Surety Bond Premiums for On-Call Statewide Contracts
Somerset
Spangler
$306,449
Completed Interim Response
Susquehanna
Laurel Lake PCE
$17,786
Continued Further Investigation
Washington
American Zinc Chemical Site
$298,133
Mixed Funding Consent Order and Agreement Payments
Westmoreland
Donora Boat Ramp Drum Removal
$3,033
Emergency Response Removal Action
Westmoreland
Everglade
$30,422
Continued Water Supply Replacement
Westmoreland
Harhai Landfill
$10,473
Continued Further Investigation
York
East Mt. Zion
$43,639
Continued Operation and Maintenance of Superfund Remedial Action
York
Emigsville TCE
$189
Completed Further Investigation
$23,408,716

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Appendix H
State Expenditures
Under the Federal Superfund Program

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Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Obligations (100% Funded by State):
Site Name
Engineering Controls to Maintain
Institutional Controls
Estimated Annual Cost
Current State O&M Obligations:
AIW Frank
Groundwater pump and treat plant, monitoring
$266,800
Berkley Products
Landfill cap, groundwater monitoring
Site fence, Land use restrictions
$84,800
Berks Sand Pit
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$22,700
Bruin Lagoon
Landfill cap, ground and surface water monitoring
Site fence
$25,000
Butz Landfill
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
Land use restrictions
$150,000
Crossley Farms OU1
Residential carbon maintenance
Land use restrictions
$73,000
Crossley Farms OU3
Residential sub-slab depressurization maintenance
$15,000
Croydon TCE
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$130,800
Cryochem OU2
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$165,000
East Mt. Zion
Landfill cap, groundwater monitoring
Site fence, Land use restrictions
$31,000
Havertown PCP OU2&3
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$300,000
Hellertown Manufacturing
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$175,000
Lackawanna Refuse
Landfill cap, ground and surface water sampling
Site fence
$22,500
Lehigh Electric
Ground and surface water monitoring
Site fence
$4,725
Mill Creek Dump
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
Land use restrictions
$323,300
Moyers Landfill
Landfill cap, leachate collection, groundwater monitoring
Site fence
$217,000
North Penn 1
Groundwater pump to sewage plant, monitoring
Site fence, Land use restrictions
$12,000
North Penn 6
Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$308,200
Ryeland Road
Groundwater monitoring
Raymark OU1, 2, & 3
Landfill cap, groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$36,000
Strasburg Landfill
Landfill cap, leachate treatment, residential carbon filter
Site fence
$270,000
Wade
Soil cover, groundwater monitoring
Site fence
$10,000
$2,642,825.00
Future State O&M Obligations:
Crossley Farms OU2
In 2019, Groundwater pump and treat, monitoring
$270,000
BoRit
In 2020, Landfill cap and stream bank
$19,000
Sharon Steel
In 2021, Landfill cap, groundwater monitoring
$67,260
Valmont TCE
In 2021, Groundwater monitoring
Land use restrictions
$16,450
Lower Darby Creek OU1
In 2022, ET cover, creek banks, leachate collection,
engineered treatment wetlands, ground water monitoring
$164,650
$537,360.00

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Terms, Abbreviations, Notations:
“SSC”:
“State Superfund Contract” – Document that obligates the state to meet its financial commitment under federal Superfund law. The state is obligated to
fund 10 percent of the remedial action cost and fund 100 percent of the operation and maintenance costs for the sites that EPA funds. Many Superfund site
cleanups are funded and performed by parties (e.g. financially viable businesses) that are responsible for the contamination. In these cases, the state is not
obligated to fund 10 percent of the remedial action nor 100 percent of the operation and maintenance of the site.
“OU”:
“Operable Unit” – EPA frequently separates areas of contamination at sites into operable units. This separates phases of work and allows more immediate
threats to be addressed quicker.
“Operation and
Maintenance”:
Operation and Maintenance (O&M) activities include long-term obligations to maintain the protectiveness of the remedy. In cases where groundwater
pump-and-treat remedial systems are installed, O&M begins 10 years after the plant is operational. Some of these obligations are perpetual in nature.
10 Percent Match
Payment Schedules:
Payment schedules are negotiated on a site-by-site basis depending on the length of time the remedial action is expected to take before completion. These
payments do not include future operation and maintenance costs.
Note 1:
O&M costs identified above are EPA estimates contained in the SSC agreement. Actual yearly costs vary and are reported in Appendices E and F.
Note 2:
The 10 percent match and 100 percent O&M costs are only contract costs and do not include DEP personnel and administrative costs. DEP personnel and
administrative costs for these sites and other NPL sites addressed by the responsible parties are estimated at $1.8 million annually.

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Appendix I
Cost Recovery, FY 2016-17

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Cost Recovery Recorded During FY 2016-17
Site/Case Name
Amount Collected
Damascus Tube Site
$50,158.87
DuPont New Castle Junk Yard Site
$5,000.00
Butler Mine Tunnel Site
$9,183.77
Dutch Maid Cleaners
$10,360.00
Former Bendix Flight Systems
$20,695.41
Gettysburg Foundry
$1,678.05
Heleva Landfill NPL Site
$5563.72
Ivy Industrial Park Site
$51,181.04
Lewis Run Municipal Site
$7,393.39
Millcreek Dump Site
$160,892.96
Plumstead Fire Site
$70,000.00
Remacor
$525.00
Rodale Manufacturing NPL Site
$14,191.69
Seneca Drum Site
$3,000.00
Turtle Creek Site
$10,000.00
Tysons Dump NPL Site
$9,204.79
Estes Express Line
$331.10
Tonolli NPL Site
$5564.60
DSMOA-Federal Facility Reimbursement
$211,583.00
PPL
$5,830.65
UGI
$30,841.99
Pipeline & Utility
$10,234.79
Total FY 2016-17 Cost Recovery Revenue

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Appendix J
Violations Cited and Penalties Collected under HSCA, FY 2016-17

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Name
Violation
Code
Violation Description
Enforcement
Code
Penalty
Assessed
Penalty
Collected
A & D ENV SVC (SC) LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
AEG ENV PROD & SVC INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
AES ASSET ACQUISITION CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ALLIED ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF NY LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ALLSTATE ORC INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BERNER TRUCKING INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BERNER TRUCKING INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BRENNTAG NORTHEAST INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOPA
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOPA
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOPA
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
BUFFALO FUEL CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
CAMPBELL TRANSP CO INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
CARE ENV CORP
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
CETCO LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
CHEM ANALYTICS INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
COVANTA ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS CARRIERS II
LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
DUPRE LOGISTICS LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
EARTH SMART ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS, LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ELK TRANSP INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ELLIOTT TRUCK LINE INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ENERGY TRANSP LLC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ENV MGMT SPECIALISTS INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ENV SPECIALISTS INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV
ENV TRANSP GROUP INC
6020.903
Transportation and management fees not paid
NOV

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Name
Violation
Code
Violation Description