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KEEFE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES CERCLIS Site

EPA Identifier: 110007684283
CERCLIS ID: 110007684283
Location:
43.02416, -71.03333

Address:
258 EXETER RD
EPPING, NH

Create Date: 01-MAR-00
Update Date: 07-FEB-13
Final Date: 19830908


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SIC Codes: 2621
SIC Descriptions:
PAPER MILLS
Programs: {CERCLIS,ICIS,RC
Program Interests:
FORMAL ENFORCEMENT ACTION, SUPER

Site Summary:
Federal Register Notice:  September 08, 1983

Conditions at listing (October 1981): Keefe Environmental Services (KES), Inc., started operating a waste bulking and transfer station on a 5-acre site in Epping, New Hampshire, in 1978. In 1979, during peak operation, wastes stored at the site included over 6,000 drums, bulk storage containers, pails, and a 750,000-gallon waste storage lagoon. In 1980, Epping and the State started legal action against the company. KES declared voluntary bankruptcy in 1981, leaving on the site flammable chlorinated and other organic chemicals, heavy-metal and paint sludges, laboratory wastes, and waste oils. Air, soil, and ground water are contaminated.

Status (July 1983): Between March 1981 and September 1982, using $1.0 million in CERCLA emergency funds, EPA stabilized drums and tanks, pumped down the lagoon three times to avoid breaching of the dike, and removed explosive and shock-sensitive materials. During this time, the State succeeded in getting the owner and some generators to remove some drums.

In September 1982, EPA approved $100,000 for design of a plan to remove the remaining drums. In September, EPA also awarded a $1,709,945 Cooperative Agreement to New Hampshire for (1) two initial remedial measures--fencing of the site and removal of the remaining drums and (2) completion of a remedial investigation and feasibility study to identify alternatives for cleanup of the waste lagoon, contaminated soils, suspected buried drums, and any contamination of ground water.

EPA has identified other parties potentially responsible for wastes associated with 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
Ground Water
Establish Ground Water Management Zone
(pg 6) The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services has issued Groundwater Management Permit # G WP-19 8710024-E-OO 1 to the Town of Epping for the Keefe Environmental Services Site located at 258 Exeter Road, Epping, New Hampshire. The property is identified as Epping Map 38, Lot 25 and recorded at the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds at Book 4237, Page 250. The Permit establishes a Groundwater Management Zone ("GMZ"), and area within which groundwater use must be restricted and monitored due to the presence of groundwater contaminants that exceed the State's Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards ("AGQS"). In accordance with New Hampshire code of Administrative Rules Env-Wm 1403:17, Notice of Groundwater Management Permit must be recorded in the chain of title of each property located within the GMZ at the Registry of Deeds for the county in which the property is located.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  January 17, 2006  [6 pages, 274.8Kb   ]