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DELAVAN MUNICIPAL WELL #4
|Site Name:||DELAVAN MUNICIPAL WELL #4|
|Address:||SOUTH WRIGHT STREET|
|City & State:||DELAVAN WI 53115|
|NPL Status:||Currently on the Final NPL|
|ROD Type:||Record of Decision|
THIS SITE IS CONTAMINATED WITH TRACES OF SOLVENTS. THE CITY CLOSED THE WELL IN JULY 1982, WHEN THE CONTAMINATION WAS DISCOVERED. A LOCAL INDUSTRY IS WORKING WITH THE CITY TO DISCOVER THE SOURCE OF THE CONTAMINATION. THIS SITE IS CONTAMINATED WITH TRACES OF SOLVENTS. THE CITY CLOSED THE WELL IN JULY 1982, WHEN THE CONTAMINATION WAS DISCOVERED.
The Delavan Municipal Well No. 4, Superfund Site is located within the corporate limits if the City of Delavan, Wisconsin, and is defined as the contaminated aquifer used by the City of Delavan Municipal Well No. 4. The portion of the aquifer that was contaminated is generally located in property occupied by Sta-Rite Industries Inc. The are encompasses approximately 70 acres and is located in the SE ¼ of Section 17 in Delavan Township, and is bordered on the south by a commercial strip shopping center, on the west by Wright Street and on the north by the Wisconsin Calumet Railroad. The west side of Wright Street, adjacent to the site, is occupied by industrial and commercial properties, and Municipal Well No. 4. Sta-Rite has operated manufacturing facilities located at 293 Wright Street since 1958. Two major plants on the site produce high quality water pumps and related products. Plant No. 1 is located approximately 1000 feet northeast of Municipal Well No. 4 and Plant No. 2 is located approximately 400 feet east of Municipal Well No.4. The City installed Municipal Well No. 4 in 1968.
|Remedy:||No further remedial action is necessary for the Delavan Municipal Well No. 4 site other than continued operation and maintenance of existing soil vapor and groundwater extraction and treatment systems, and groundwater monitoring. Additionally, a five-year review will be completed September 30, 2005 and a final close out report will take place once the PALs are achieved.|
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