ALAMO CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER
Superfund Site Profile
The Alamo Contaminated Ground Water site is located in Alamo, Tennessee. It includes an area of contaminated groundwater potentially resulting from various operations in the community’s downtown business district. The contamination has affected two public water supply wells. Other private wells and county utility district wells are located within a mile of the known affected area. Since 1991, the City of Alamo has treated water from public wells through a process known as air stripping. Water in the public water supply system meets all federal drinking water standards. The public water supply is available to all city residents and businesses.
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