GM Powertrain Bedford Facility
- Bedford, IN (Lawrence County)
- EPA ID# IND006036099
- CERCLIS listing
Aliases: GM Bedford, GMC Central Foundry Division
Community Involvement Coordinator
Mike Joyce (email@example.com)
312-353-5546 or 800-621-8431, ext. 35546
EPA Project Managers:
RCRA Corrective Action Project Manager (On-Site Work)
Peter Ramanauskas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CERCLA On-Scene Coordinator (Off-Site/Creek
Brad Stimple (email@example.com)
Indiana Department of Environmental Management
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registrty (Public Health
Clayton G. Koher
General Motors Community Involvement Contact
Final Technical Documents, Reports, Project Fact Sheets, Public Presentation Slides, and Progress Reports can be obtained at the following locations and repositories.
Printed copies are available for viewing at:
- Bedford Public Library
1323 K Street,
- Information Center
GM Powertrain Lobby
105 GM Drive (By appointment only)
- Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management
100 N. Senate Ave.
- US EPA Region 5
77 West Jackson Boulevard (DW-8J)
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 886-6173 (By appointment)
Between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Monday - Friday excluding Federal holidays)
The Site is located at 105 GM Drive in Bedford, Indiana, on approximately 152.5 acres of land. The Site currently produces aluminum casting products, such as transmission casings, pistons, and engine blocks, within approximately one million square feet of operating floor space. The Bedford Site was originally constructed in the early 1900's as a limestone milling operation. The U.S. Government purchased the mill in 1942, converting the Site to an aluminum aircraft engine foundry, which was operated by GM. GM purchased the property after World War II and has continued to operate the Site as an aluminum foundry as part of various GM operating divisions.
Historical uses and management of PCB containing hydraulic oils and PCB impacted materials has contaminated on-site areas as well as the sediment and floodplain soil within Bailey's Branch and the Pleasant Run Creek watershed. This area includes approximately 5 miles of creek that runs from the GM Bedford Facility Outfall.
You will need the free Adobe Reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA's PDF page to learn more.
- Administrative Order on Consent (PDF) (44pp, 3.8MB) July 2003
- Voluntary corrective action agreement (PDF) (8pp, 389K)
- Response to public comments (PDF) (3pp, 23K) October 2006
- East Plant Area Interim Measure Statement of Basis (PDF) (14pp, 180K) May 2005