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    July 10, 2018
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eEPA EPA Begins Review Of Wayne Waste Oil Superfund Site Columbia City, Indiana U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is conducting a five-year review of the Wayne Waste Oil Superfund site located near 700 E. Ellsworth St. in Columbia City, Ind. The Superfund law requires regular checkups of sites that have been cleaned up with waste managed on-site to make sure the cleanup continues to protect people and the environment. This is the fifth five-year review of this site. Wayne Waste Oil, a division of Wayne Reclamation and Recycling Inc., deposited about 1 million gallons of oil-related waste on site from 1975 to 1980. The site contained leaking drums, waste areas covered with sand, and disposal ponds. Waste disposal operations contami nated soil and groundwater with hazardous chemicals. Following the site's cleanup, operation and maintenance activities are ongoing as well as zoning restrictions. More information is available at the Peabody Library 203 N. Main; And at The review should be completed by January 2019 The five-year review is an opportunity for you to tel EPA about site conditions and any concerns you have. Contact: Jeffrey Gore Remedial Project Manager (SR-G]) 312-886-6552 gore.jeffrey@epa.gov Kirstin Safakas Community Involvement Coordinator (SI-61) 312-886-6015 safakas.kirstin@epa.gov You may also call the EPA toll-free at 800-621-8431, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., weekdays.