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Superfund Sites in Texas Senate District 28

Links to information about Superfund sites, whether state or federal, active or deleted, in this Texas Senate district. Also information on sites officially proposed for National Priorities List or Texas Superfund Registry.

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Bailey Metal Processors, Inc.
This former scrap copper and lead reclamation facility in Brady, McCulloch County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Col-Tex Refinery
This former oil refinery in Colorado City, Mitchell County, is in the remedial investigation phase of the state Superfund program.
Lyon Property
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required at this wire salvage operation site in London, Kimble County.
Rogers Delinted Cottonseed - Colorado City
This former cottonseed delinting processing facility in Colorado City, Mitchell County is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
San Angelo Electric Service Company (SESCO)
This former electrical transformer builder, service, and repair facility in San Angelo, Tom Green County is being remediated under the Voluntary Cleanup Program. No further Superfund environmental response is needed.
Scrub-A-Dubb Barrel Company
This former drum cleaning and reconditioning business in Lubbock, Lubbock County, is being addressed under the State Superfund Program.
Sonics International, Inc.
These former industrial waste injection wells in Ranger, Eastland County are currently in the Operation and Maintenance phase of the Superfund Program.
State Road 114 Groundwater Plume
The EPA's web page on this groundwater plume in Levelland, Hockley County.
Stoller Chemical Company
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this former hazardous waste container storage facility in Plainview, Hale County.
Thompson Hayward Chemical Co.
No further Superfund environmental response actions are required on this former pesticide formulating facility in Munday, Knox County. This site was referred to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.