Superfund Site: MALLARD BAY LANDING BULK PLANT, GRAND CHENIERE, LA
Superfund Site Profile
The 10-acre Mallard Bay Landing Bulk Plant site is located in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. Mallard Resources, Inc. (MRI) operated a hazardous waste treatment/storage/disposal facility and a hazardous waste generator of petroleum refining industry-listed wastes on site. The facility closed in 1987. Contaminants of concern included volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and metals. Following completion of the remedy at the site, EPA took the site off the Superfund program’s National Priorities List (NPL) in 2005.
National Priorities Listing (NPL) History
HRS Site Score 48.54
Proposal Date: 5/11/2000
Final Date: 7/27/2000
Deletion Proposal Date: 8/19/2005
Final Deletion Date: 9/19/2005
Location: Located on the north bank of the Intracoastal Waterway, near mile marker 193, 23 miles northeast of Grand Cheniere, Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Population: The nearest individual or regularly occupied building is the resident manager of the Jupiter Plant, located approximately 1,200 feet northeast of the facility. The area surrounding the facility is mainly undeveloped and utilized for hunting and cattle ranching. More than 20 miles of wetland frontage exist within 15 miles of the facility.