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Superfund Site Report: D'IMPERIO PROPERTY
 
 
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  • Site Description
    Stage of Clean-up: Construction Underway

    Conditions at listing (October 1981): The D'Imperio Property is a 1-acre inactive open dump bordered by wooded property in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County, New Jersey. It is within 0.3 mile of a major residential development. Prior to 1976, the site, believed to have been an old borrow pit, was used to bury an unknown quantity of 55-gallon drums; 50 corroded drums are exposed. Ground water in the upper aquifer is contaminated with BENZENE and chlorinated HYDROCARBONS, including BENZENE and TRICHLOROETHYLENE. The lower aquifer, the Cohansey Aquifer, is a source of drinking water. Because there is potential for the contamination to flow vertically, the lower aquifer could be contaminated. Status (July 1983): In September 1982, EPA signed a $368,000 Superfund State Contract with New Jersey to fence the site and conduct a feasibility study to identify alternatives for remedial action. The fence is scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 1983 and the study in the first quarter of 1984. EPA has identified parties potentially responsible for wastes associated with the site and is seeking their cooperation in the cleanup.  More...

    Sources of Contamination:
    • Dumping - unauthorized
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  • Threats and Contaminants
    Surface and sub-surface soils were contaminated with VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS), metals, and PHENOL. The ground water is contaminated with VOCS. People who drink contaminated ground water from private wells may be at risk. In addition, there were risks posed by direct contact with, or accidental ingestion of, contaminated soils.


    Contaminants Detected

      Ground
    Water
    Surface
    Water
    Air Soil Other
    1,2-DICHLOROETHANEX    
    CHLOROFORMXX   
    TOLUENEX    
    TRIBROMOMETHANE    X
    VINYL CHLORIDEX    
    XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS)X    


    Groundwater and Drinking Water

    Were drinking water wells shut down due to contamination? No
    Are drinking water wells potentially threatened? Yes
    Population served by the threatened wells: No data
     
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  • Pre-Cleanup Rankings
    EPA Hazard Ranking System scores for D'IMPERIO PROPERTY:

    Less Hazard National Average More Hazard
    0%         50%         100%

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    Surface water migration:
    Ground water migration:


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    *Note: EPA's Hazard Ranking System is designed to screen and prioritize sites for the Superfund program, based on limited data available at time of listing. These scores are not based on a comprehensive risk assessment of the site and do not reflect conditions after initiation of cleanup work.
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  • Site Information
    Site Name: D'IMPERIO PROPERTY
    EPA ID: NJD980529416
    Address: RTE 322
    HAMILTON TWP, NJ 08330
    Other Names: D'IMPERIO PROPERTY
      MOTEL DENNIS
    Site Ownership: Other
    Category of Site: Abandoned
    Date of Final Listing on the NPL: September 08, 1983
     
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  • Potentially Responsible Party (PRP) Involvement
    Number of PRPs currently associated with this site: 18
    Hazardous waste received from off-site generators/transporters? Yes
    Number of owners/operators which are also municipalities: 0

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