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Superfund Site Use Spotlights: Green Infrastructure

Green infrastructure is a cost-effective, resilient approach to managing wet water impacts. Green infrastructure reduces and treats stormwater at its source while delivering environmental, social and economic benefits. At Superfund sites, green infrastructure projects help prevent flooding and erosion as well as water-borne transport of contaminants.

This page highlights sites with innovative green infrastructure projects. Please click on individual sites to learn more.

Site Name State Region NPL Status Other Site Uses
Arlington Blending & Packaging Tennessee 4 Final Athletic Fields
Butterworth #2 Landfill Michigan 5 Final Alternative Energy
Athletic Fields
Capped Site
Core Infrastructure
Camilla Wood Preserving Company Georgia 4 Final Athletic Fields
Celotex Corporation Illinois 5 Non-NPL Athletic Fields
Cherokee County Kansas 7 Final  
Depue/New Jersey Zinc/Mobil Chemical Corp. Illinois 5 Final  
South Point Plant Ohio 5 Final Capped Site
Core Infrastructure
Velsicol Chemical Corp. (Michigan) Michigan 5 Final Capped Site
Woolfolk Chemical Works, Inc. Georgia 4 Final Capped Site
Behr Dayton Thermal System VOC Plume Ohio 5 Final  
Clare Water Supply Michigan 5 Final Capped Site
Core Infrastructure
East Helena Montana 8 Final Alternative Energy
Core Infrastructure
Gulf State Utilities-North Ryan Street Louisiana 6 Proposed Capped Site
Lower Darby Creek Area Pennsylvania 3 Final  
Oak Ridge Reservation (USDOE) Tennessee 4 Final Alternative Energy
Woodlawn County Landfill Maryland 3 Final