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Martin-Marietta, Sodyeco, Inc. Superfund National Priorities List (NPL) Site

EPA Identifier: NCD001810365
CERCLIS ID: NCD001810365
Location:
35.29445, -81

Address:
11701 MOUNT HOLLY ROAD HIGHWAY 27 WEST
Charlotte, NC

Final Date: 20120120


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SIC Codes: 2843, 2865, 2869, 3662, 3679, 49
SIC Descriptions:
CYCLIC ORGANIC CRUDES AND INTERMEDIATES, AND ORGANIC DYES AND PIGMENTS, ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED, INDUSTRIAL ORGANIC CHEMICALS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED, NONCLASSIFIABLE ESTABLISHMENTS, SURFACE ACTIVE AGENTS, FINISHING AGENTS, SULFO
Programs: {AIRS/AFS,BR,CER
Program Interests:
AIR SYNTHETIC MINOR, COMPLIANCE

NAICS Descriptions:
OTHER NONHAZARDOUS WASTE TREATME
Site Summary:
Federal Register Notice:  September 08, 1983

Conditions at listing (December 1982): The Martin Marietta Sodyeco, Inc., Site covers 100 acres just west of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. The facility manufactures chemical dyes for the textile industry. In October 1980, the company reported that organic solvents had infiltrated into ground water at the site. In April 1981, the company reported that wells and streams near the site contained various toxic organic chemicals, including chlorinated compounds, some in concentrations as high as 16 parts per million. Tests indicated that the chemicals came from an on-site landfill, which was later closed and its contents moved to an approved site.

According to the April 1981 report, only the drinking water from the company well and two nearby commercial sites, a tavern and a convenience food store, was significantly affected. Martin Marietta purchased and closed the tavern and supplied a carbon filter system to the convenience store to reduce organic compounds in the water.

Five additional residential wells and three commercial wells contained solvent levels ranging from just detectable to 3 parts per billion. The company purchased and vacated three of the residences and also purchased a gas station for use as a monitoring site. The company concluded that the remaining residences and commercial sites were not significantly affected but is still maintaining carbon filter systems at each location.

Status (July 1983): EPA is considering various alternatives for this site.

Institutional Controls:
Media Where IC Applies
(Multiple entries where more than one pathway is impacted)
Restriction Type Instrument
Soil
Prohibit Any Activity that May Disturb the Integrity of an Engineering Control
Declaration of Perpetual Land Use Restrictions: 1. These land use restrictions are intended to prevent direct contact with Site contaminants and soils impacted by Site contaminants and, except as otherwise set forth herein, to preclude any future activity that would disturb, remove, or damage any cap, engineered or otherwise. 2. No cap at the Site, engineered or otherwise, shall be disturbed, removed, or damaged in any way without prior written approval of the Hazardous Waste Section of DENR's Division of Waste Management or its successor in function (in “Section”) provided, however, that routine maintenance of caps may be conducted without the Section's prior approval so long as such maintenance does not expose contaminants of concern in the soil underlying such caps, which contaminants of concern are the subject of the ROD, ESDs and AROD at the Site ("Contaminants of Concern"); and provided further that the Section shall be notified in writing upon completion of any such routine maintenance. 3. To ensure hazardous waste is handled and disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner and to prevent direct contact with contaminated soils, no caps at the Site, engineered or otherwise, may be altered, or other actions taken, in a manner that would result in a completed exposure pathway to Contaminants of Concern and/or result in increased risk of adverse exposure to Contaminants of Concern without the owner conducting a RCRA Facility Investigation ("RFI") and implementing the appropriate RCRA action required as a result of the RFI, in both cases if and to the extent directed by the Section. 4. The Site shall not be developed or utilized for residential purposes or for childcare centers, nursing homes, schools, parks, recreational areas or athletic fields, without prior written approval of the Section. 5. The Site shall not be used for grazing purposes or for agricultural purposes related to human consumption, without prior written approval of the Section. 6. The Site shall not be used for kennels, private animal pens, or for riding clubs. 7. The Site shall not be used for mining or extraction of coal, oil, gas or any other minerals or non-mineral substances. 8. Unless otherwise permitted under this Declaration, below-ground construction is prohibited at the Site, except for remedial action activities undertaken without prior written approval of the Section.
 
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Ground Water
Limit Ground Water Use Activities
Declaration of Perpetual Land Use Restrictions: 1. These land use restrictions are intended to prevent direct contact with Site contaminants and soils impacted by Site contaminants and, except as otherwise set forth herein, to preclude any future activity that would disturb, remove, or damage any cap, engineered or otherwise. 2. No cap at the Site, engineered or otherwise, shall be disturbed, removed, or damaged in any way without prior written approval of the Hazardous Waste Section of DENR's Division of Waste Management or its successor in function (in “Section”) provided, however, that routine maintenance of caps may be conducted without the Section's prior approval so long as such maintenance does not expose contaminants of concern in the soil underlying such caps, which contaminants of concern are the subject of the ROD, ESDs and AROD at the Site ("Contaminants of Concern"); and provided further that the Section shall be notified in writing upon completion of any such routine maintenance. 3. To ensure hazardous waste is handled and disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner and to prevent direct contact with contaminated soils, no caps at the Site, engineered or otherwise, may be altered, or other actions taken, in a manner that would result in a completed exposure pathway to Contaminants of Concern and/or result in increased risk of adverse exposure to Contaminants of Concern without the owner conducting a RCRA Facility Investigation ("RFI") and implementing the appropriate RCRA action required as a result of the RFI, in both cases if and to the extent directed by the Section. 4. The Site shall not be developed or utilized for residential purposes or for childcare centers, nursing homes, schools, parks, recreational areas or athletic fields, without prior written approval of the Section. 5. The Site shall not be used for grazing purposes or for agricultural purposes related to human consumption, without prior written approval of the Section. 6. The Site shall not be used for kennels, private animal pens, or for riding clubs. 7. The Site shall not be used for mining or extraction of coal, oil, gas or any other minerals or non-mineral substances. 8. Unless otherwise permitted under this Declaration, below-ground construction is prohibited at the Site, except for remedial action activities undertaken without prior written approval of the Section.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 10, 2011  [12 pages, 551.6Kb   ]