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Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1997 July 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The IEPA will be conducting an investigation in Batavia in an effort to determine the source of industrial solvent contamination which has been detected in some private water wells near the east bank of the Fox river. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041792   Original UID: 21576 
  Documents:  20120502144703_bata1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1997 July 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The IEPA will be conducting an investigation in Batavia in an effort to determine the source of industrial solvent contamination which has been detected in some private water wells near the east bank of the Fox river. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041792   Original UID: 21576 
  Documents:  bata1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 March 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  In 1996, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contamination with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and has been designated the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041793   Original UID: 21577 
  Documents:  20120502144941_bata2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 March 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  In 1996, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contamination with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and has been designated the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041793   Original UID: 21577 
  Documents:  bata2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 July 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  As previously reported in Fact Sheet #2, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent, extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contaminated with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and is known as the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041794   Original UID: 21578 
  Documents:  20120502145251_bata3.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 July 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  As previously reported in Fact Sheet #2, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent, extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contaminated with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and is known as the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041794   Original UID: 21578 
  Documents:  bata3.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  2000 April 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) has completed its environmental investigations at the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site. Illinois EPA has placed a final report of the investigation in the Site Information Repository in the Batavia Public Library, for review by interested citizens. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041795   Original UID: 21579 
  Documents:  20120502145537_bata4.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  2000 April 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) has completed its environmental investigations at the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site. Illinois EPA has placed a final report of the investigation in the Site Information Repository in the Batavia Public Library, for review by interested citizens. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041795   Original UID: 21579 
  Documents:  bata4.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581 
  Documents:  20120502150627_bath2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581 
  Documents:  20120502150707_bath-landfill-map-2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581 
  Documents:  bath-landfill-map-2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581 
  Documents:  bath2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2001 May 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  Located on the south side of the Sangamon River near Route 48 in Decatur, this 11.7-acre landfill received municipal solid waste and demolition debris beginning in 1918. The landfill ceased accepting waste in 1991 due to a Consent Order from the Illinois Attorney General. The Consent Order required placement of two feet of cover on the landfill. However, Illinois EPA has no documentation that the work was completed, and after a visual inspection of the site, is concerned about the quality of the cover material. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041797   Original UID: 21580 
  Documents:  20120502150131_bath1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2001 May 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  Located on the south side of the Sangamon River near Route 48 in Decatur, this 11.7-acre landfill received municipal solid waste and demolition debris beginning in 1918. The landfill ceased accepting waste in 1991 due to a Consent Order from the Illinois Attorney General. The Consent Order required placement of two feet of cover on the landfill. However, Illinois EPA has no documentation that the work was completed, and after a visual inspection of the site, is concerned about the quality of the cover material. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041797   Original UID: 21580 
  Documents:  bath1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2004 June 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  This 17-acre landfill southwest of Decatur on the south bank of the Sangamon River was permitted in 1974 as a demolition debris landfill. It originated as an open dump in 1918. The site had a history of not complying with the state landfill rules in the 1980s. The landfill also exceeded its permitted waste disposal limits, by the time that operations stopped in 1991. The owner failed to comply with an August 1994 court order requiring proper cover to be installed and maintained. Visible leachate seeps (leachate is water that has traveled through the landfill and contacts waste material) and exposed refuse were observed along the bank of the Sangamon River. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041799   Original UID: 21582 
  Documents:  20120502151035_bath3.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2004 June 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  This 17-acre landfill southwest of Decatur on the south bank of the Sangamon River was permitted in 1974 as a demolition debris landfill. It originated as an open dump in 1918. The site had a history of not complying with the state landfill rules in the 1980s. The landfill also exceeded its permitted waste disposal limits, by the time that operations stopped in 1991. The owner failed to comply with an August 1994 court order requiring proper cover to be installed and maintained. Visible leachate seeps (leachate is water that has traveled through the landfill and contacts waste material) and exposed refuse were observed along the bank of the Sangamon River. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041799   Original UID: 21582 
  Documents:  bath3.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Beaver Valley Road Area Groundwater Investigation

 
 Volume/Number:  2007 October 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  In 1999, a resident in a subdivision at the crossroads of Beaver Valley Road and Squaw Prairie Road had his well water tested for the presence of chemicals, and the laboratory found low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). VOCs are from a family of chemicals commonly found in solvents (degreasers) that have wide commercial and industrial use, such as metals fabrication, auto repair, dry cleaning and printing. The affected well is in a residential area northwest of Belvidere in Boone County and is not near any commercial or industrial development. The map indicated in the fact sheet will be included as a separate pdf attachment. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041802   Original UID: 21584 
  Documents:  beav.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Beaver Valley Road Area Groundwater Investigation

 
 Volume/Number:  2007 October 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  In 1999, a resident in a subdivision at the crossroads of Beaver Valley Road and Squaw Prairie Road had his well water tested for the presence of chemicals, and the laboratory found low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). VOCs are from a family of chemicals commonly found in solvents (degreasers) that have wide commercial and industrial use, such as metals fabrication, auto repair, dry cleaning and printing. The affected well is in a residential area northwest of Belvidere in Boone County and is not near any commercial or industrial development. The map indicated in the fact sheet will be included as a separate pdf attachment. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041802   Original UID: 21584 
  Documents:  beavsite-map.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Beloit Corporation Phase 1 Remedial Investigation

 
 Volume/Number:  1999 March 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The Beloit Corporation has completed Phase 1 of a Remedial Investigation as part of the Beloit Corporation Superfund Site project. The site is located northeast of Rockton, Illinois, in Winnebago County. This investigation was financed by Beloit Corporation and carried out by Warzyn Engineering, with complete oversight by Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and their contractors. The larger map indicated in the fact sheet will be included in a separate pdf attachment. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041804   Original UID: 21586 
  Documents:  belo2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Beloit Corporation Phase 1 Remedial Investigation

 
 Volume/Number:  1999 March 
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The Beloit Corporation has completed Phase 1 of a Remedial Investigation as part of the Beloit Corporation Superfund Site project. The site is located northeast of Rockton, Illinois, in Winnebago County. This investigation was financed by Beloit Corporation and carried out by Warzyn Engineering, with complete oversight by Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and their contractors. The larger map indicated in the fact sheet will be included in a separate pdf attachment. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:   
 ISL ID:  000000041804   Original UID: 21586 
  Documents:  beloit-si.pdf
 
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