Reports

Reports, documents, and maps relating to the IEL Superfund site.

Reports

 

Cancer-Causing Chemical in the Water: New Report Details Risk in Ohio
Coal ash waste contains hexavalent chromium 02/01/11

Chromium Report

Chromium Fact Sheet

IN HARM’S WAY: Lack Of Federal Coal Ash Regulations Endangers Americans And Their Environment
National Report by Sierra Club/Earth Justice/ Environmental Integrity Project

Meeting Handout 05/23/06

Existing Conditions 12/21/05

Analysis-Final Report 02/03/06

Final Data Review Report 03/27/06

IEL Slide Show 05/23/06
This is an 8.5 Meg pdf file, 1/2 to 1 hour to download

Bennett and Williams 09-14-06

Glycol Ethers as Groundwater Contaminants
Report done by CCLT grant experts now helps fracking activists 20 + years later.


 

Documents

 

Magnetic resisitivity test performed by — USEPA

 


 

Maps

 

Bedrock Consolidation

Watershed

Streams

Roads

Topo

TOR Map

Bennett and Williams Report 09-14-06

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Letters, Reports | 0 comments

Bennett and Williams Report 09-14-06

Per your request, please find enclosed three sets of all the available digital drainage maps that we have in house and/or have been able to obtain as they relate to the IEL site. These maps are the extent of the currently publicly available materials already in digital Geographic Information Systems (GIS) map conversions that do not require additional costs. More maps are being developed in the near future and additional maps exist in hard copy but have never been digitized. In addition, the maps showing all of the public utility rights-of-way, such as water lines, sewer lines, storm sewers, etc., do not exist in public forms and there is no indication when, if ever, they will be available.

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1/23/06 IEL Public Informational Meeting with Experts

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IEL PUBLIC INFORMATIONAL MEETING WITH EXPERTS – MAY 23RD, 2006 Thank you for attending tonight’s forum to report to the public the findings of the four experts hired with a $50,000 grant awarded to Concerned Citizens of Lake Twp. by the Citizens’ Monitoring and Technical Assessment Fund. This Fund was established as a result of a 1998 settlement agreement between 39 environmental plantiffs and the Dept. of Energy. While the Uniontown IEL is not currently listed as a Federal site, the national panel with the MTA Fund believed that...

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