Superfund Site Use Spotlights: Tribal Lands
Superfund sites are located on tribal lands as well as in all states and territories. EPA works closely with tribes on Superfund cleanups, supporting the continued use and reuse of lands for tribal purposes. Strengthening EPA’s tribal consultation process is a top priority for the Agency, and central to the success of the national environmental protection program.
This page highlights sites that support tribal uses. Please click on individual sites to learn more.
|Site Name||State||Region||NPL Status||Other Site Uses|
|Bunker Hill Mining & Metallurigcal Complex||Idaho||10||Final||Athletic Fields
|Tar Creek (Ottawa County)||Oklahoma||6||Final||Capped Site|
|Commencement Bay, Near Shore/Tide Flats||Washington||10||Final||Cultural/Historical|
|Lower Duwamish Waterway||Washington||10||Final||Cultural/Historical|
|Onondaga Lake||New York||2||Final||Cultural/Historical|
|North Ridge Estates||Oregon||10||Final|