MAIN STREET GROUND WATER PLUME
Superfund Site Profile
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Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) concentrations were found in nine ground water wells, which include two public supply wells and seven private water wells. Currently PCE contamination levels in drinking water wells are below the EPA Clean Water Act’s maximum contaminant levels (MCLs). Two wells exceeding MCLs are used for irrigation and livestock watering. EPA is presently conducting a remedial investigation to determine ...
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The Main Street Ground Water Superfund Site is located in Burnet, Burnet County, Texas. The site consists of a tetrachloroethylene (PCE) contaminated ground water plume originating from an unknown source ...
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