MILAN ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
Superfund Site Profile
The 22,357-acre Milan Army Ammunition Plant (MLAAP) opened in 1942 for wartime munitions production. That work has recently moved to standby, but could restart if needed. Today, MLAAP has two primary military missions: 1) storage of munitions; and 2) support for U.S. Army (Army) National Guard and Reserve units for staging equipment and training. Following many years of munitions production and due to the discovery of munitions-related contamination in soil and groundwater, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency placed the site on the Superfund program’s National Priorities List (NPL) in 1987.
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