Stage of Clean-up: Study Underway
Conditions at Proposal (April 23, 1999): The Hanlin-Allied-Olin site is an inactive chemical manufacturing plant located 2.5 miles south of Moundsville, Marshall County, West Virginia. The site is currently owned by three parties: Hanlin/LCP Chemicals, Allied Chemical Corporation, and Olin Corporation. The site inc ludes a 135-acre North Plant owned by Allied and Olin, and a 225-acre South Plant owned by Hanlin. Two areas included in the 360 acres are not considered part of the NPL site because they are be ing addressed under other authorities. One of these areas, the " Brownfields" portion, is being addressed through the West Virgini a Department of Environmental Protection's Voluntary Remediation and Redevelopment Program. The second area, the "Engineering Eva luation/Cost Analysis (EE/CA)" or "Olin Process Area" portion, is being addressed through EPA's Removal Program. The NPL site the refore includes the entire Hanlin-Allied-Olin property less these two areas. Ground water beneath the entire 360-acre Hanlin-Alli ed-Olin property will be addressed as part of the NPL site, as wi ll any off-site migration of contamination via ground water, surf ace water or air migration. The site (i.e., the entire 360-acre property) is bordered by the Ohio River to the north and west, West Virginia Route 2 to the east, and a golf course to the south. Access is restricted by the river and by a chain link fence and security guard. More...