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OLD INGER OIL REFINERY CERCLIS Site

EPA Identifier: 110009325596
CERCLIS ID: 110009325596
Location:
30.1647, -90.9955

Address:
HWY 75 4 1/2 MI N OF TOWN
DARROW, LA

Create Date: 01-MAR-00
Update Date: 01-JUL-09
Final Date: 20080812


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Programs: {CERCLIS}
Program Interests:
SUPERFUND NPL

Site Summary:
Federal Register Notice:  September 08, 1983

Conditions at listing (July 1982): The Old Inger Oil Refinery Site covers 14 acres near Darrow, Louisiana, in Ascension Parish. It was obtained by the company in 1976 to reclaim oil from refinery wastes. A spill in 1978 contaminated a large surface area. In 1981, Louisiana officially declared the site "abandoned." It has nine oil storage tanks, which have overflowed into nearby holding ponds and a swamp. The site is easily accessible to people, vehicles, and animals. Ground water and soil are contaminated by organic chemicals.

This is the top priority site in Louisiana.

Status (July 1983): In September 1982, EPA awarded a $210,000 Cooperative Agreement to Louisiana for a remedial investigation to determine the type and extent of contamination at the site. The work is scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 1983. In April 1983, EPA added $180,000 to the Cooperative Agreement for conducting a feasibility study to identify alternatives for remedial action at the site. Also in April, $47,000 in CERCLA emergency funds were used to construct a diversion levee, repair a breach in the lagoon dike, conduct treatability studies on water and sludges, and fence the site.

EPA has identified parties potentially responsible for wastes at the site and is seeking their cooperation in the cleanup.

Institutional Controls:
Media Where IC Applies
(Multiple entries where more than one pathway is impacted)
Restriction Type Instrument
expand Soil
Limit Future Land Use
(p. 1) Disturbing or moving soil in these locations may pose a threat to human health or the environment, and may subject the property owner and the party causing the disturbance to liability under CERCLA or other laws; A clay protective cap complete with topsoil and grass, necessary for protectiveness of the remedy or for its successful operation and maintenance, remains on the property at a specified location; Disturbing or moving this protective feature of the remedy may pose a threat to human health or the, environment, and may subject the property owner and the party causing the disturbance to liability under CERCLA or other laws.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 17, 2006  [6 pages, 466.8Kb   ]
 
Soil
Prohibit Disturbance of Soil
(p. 1) Disturbing or moving soil in these locations may pose a threat to human health or the environment, and may subject the property owner and the party causing the disturbance to liability under CERCLA or other laws; A clay protective cap complete with topsoil and grass, necessary for protectiveness of the remedy or for its successful operation and maintenance, remains on the property at a specified location; Disturbing or moving this protective feature of the remedy may pose a threat to human health or the, environment, and may subject the property owner and the party causing the disturbance to liability under CERCLA or other laws.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 17, 2006  [6 pages, 466.8Kb   ]
 
Soil
Prohibit Excavation
(p. 1) Disturbing or moving soil in these locations may pose a threat to human health or the environment, and may subject the property owner and the party causing the disturbance to liability under CERCLA or other laws; A clay protective cap complete with topsoil and grass, necessary for protectiveness of the remedy or for its successful operation and maintenance, remains on the property at a specified location; Disturbing or moving this protective feature of the remedy may pose a threat to human health or the, environment, and may subject the property owner and the party causing the disturbance to liability under CERCLA or other laws.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 17, 2006  [6 pages, 466.8Kb   ]