Superfund Site Profile
The 10-acre Tomah Armory site is in the northeastern section of the city of Tomah, Monroe County, Wisconsin. The city of Tomah operated an open, unlined landfill accepting municipal, industrial and construction wastes from the late 1940s and early 1950s to around 1955. The city sold part of the site to the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs for construction of the Wisconsin National Guard Armory. Prior to the sale, a portion of the landfill was excavated and disposed of off-site. Additional areas were excavated after the sale, including an area west of Woodard Avenue, a portion of the former telephone museum property, ...
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