Community Involvement Coordinator
Susan Pastor (email@example.com)
312-353-1325 or 800-621-8431, ext. 31325
Remedial Project Manager
Thomas L. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(800) 886-6217 Ext. 66217
(where to view written records)
Tomah Public Library
716 Superior Avenue
Tomah Armory in the past was operated as a landfill and there is still waste in place. EPA’s selected cleanup plan for the Tomah Armory was to monitor ground water and leave waste material in place. Ground water under the landfill is monitored for lead contamination from the waste that remains. The Superfund law requires regular checkups - every five years - of sites that have been cleaned up – with waste managed on site – to make sure the cleanup continues to protect people and the environment.
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EPA completed the third five-year review of the Tomah Armory Superfund site. The review included an evaluation of background information, cleanup requirements, effectiveness of the cleanup, and maintenance and monitoring efforts. It also looked at ways to operate more efficiently. Ground water monitoring showed a dissolved lead concentration that was measurable in October 2010 but not detectable in April 2011. The review found the cleanup continues to protect people and the environment, and recommends resuming and annually reviewing ground water monitoring for dissolved lead. The next scheduled review will be in 2016.
- Record of Decision (PDF) (31pp, 56KB) September 1997
- Third five-year review (PDF) (35pp, 2.28MB) September 2011
- Second five-year review (PDF) (16pp, 159KB) September 2006
- First five-year review (PDF) (9pp, 31KB) September 2001