Superfund Site Use Spotlights: Pollinator Habitat
EPA works with site stakeholders looking to restore or enhance Superfund site lands to support pollinators. Through collaborations with communities, responsible parties and organizations such as the Pollinator Partnership, pollinator habitat is now well established on Superfund sites nationwide.
This page highlights sites with pollinator habitat. Please click on individual sites to learn more.
|Site Name||State||Region||NPL Status||Other Site Uses|
|Bayou Verdine||Louisiana||6||Non-NPL||Capped Site|
|Chemical Commodities, Inc.||Kansas||7||Final||Capped Site|
|Velsicol Chemical Corp. (Hardeman County)||Tennessee||4||Final|
|Agrico Chemical Co.||Florida||4||Final||Alternative Energy|
|Raleigh Street Dump||Florida||4||Final|
|Armstrong World Industries||Georgia||4||Final|
|Henry's Knob||South Carolina||4||Non-NPL|
|Sikes Disposal Pits||Texas||6||Final|
|Boise Cascade/Onan Corp./Medtronics, Inc.||Minnesota||5||Deleted||Capped Site|