Industrial Excess Landfill (Uniontown)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is currently overseeing a groundwater investigation for 1,4-dioxane west of the Industrial Excess Landfill Superfund site in Uniontown, Ohio. The potentially responsible parties are conducting the investigation due to the presence of dioxane confirmed in samples collected in January from numerous monitoring wells. Sampling of private wells near the site is included in the ongoing groundwater investigation.

On May 11, 2022, the EPA notified the City of Green that their investigation now encompasses properties in Green near the Stark county line and SR619. 

  1. July 21, 2022 EPA Update: Focused Investigative Area Identified

    Of the 55 wells tested in Green, 1-4 dioxane levels were detected in 16 primary wells. As of July 20, 4 homes have been converted to a public water supply. Three more are in the process of connecting to public water. Read on...
  2. June 2, 2022: Update from EPA Investigation at Industrial Excess Landfill

    June 2, 2022 (GREEN, OH) -- The City of Green has been notified by the US EPA that some wells in the investigation area within Green have detected 1-4 dioxane. Currently 12 of 33 wells tested in Summit County have had detection of 1-4 dioxane. Read on...
  3. EPA conducts 1,4-dioxane groundwater investigation at Industrial Excess Landfill in Uniontown, Ohio

    May 24, 2022 [Green, OH] –The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently overseeing a groundwater investigation for 1,4-dioxane west of the Industrial Excess Landfill Superfund Site in Uniontown, Ohio. Read on...
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