EPA RCRA ID: CTD000651927
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The metal hydroxide sludge cell was capped with waste in place. The landfill was subject to a groundwater monitoring program relating to the metal hydroxide sludge cell.
Cleanup Actions or environmental indicators characterizing the entire facility are shown below. This listing, and all the data on this page, come from EPA’s RCRAInfo and are refreshed nightly to this page. For this table, a blank in the Status column could mean the action either has not occurred or has not been reported in RCRAInfo.
Cleanup Activities Pertaining to the Entire Facility
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The City of Bridgeport operated the Seaside Park Landfill from 1938-1991. The landfill included a 2.5-acre metal hydroxide sludge cell, which, from 1974-1981, accepted approximately 3,755 cubic yards of metal hydroxide waste from local industries. From 1996-2000, the City of Bridgeport entered into a consent order to continue operating the landfill for the disposal of mechanically processed demolition debris.
This approximately 129 acre facility is located in an industrial area of Bridgeport, CT. According to the US Geological Survey's National Hydrography Dataset, this facility is located in the Pequonnock River-Frontal Long Island Sound watershed and the nearest fresh surface water body is located on or immediately adjacent to the property. Geology in this area has been observed to be influenced by shallow groundwater.
Institutional and Engineering Controls help ensure human exposure and groundwater migration are under control at a cleanup facility. Where control types have been reported by states and EPA in EPA’s RCRAInfo, they are shown below. Not all control types are needed at all facilities, and some facilities do not require any controls. Where there are blanks, the control types may not be needed, may not be in place, or may not be reported in RCRAInfo.
Are Controls in Place at this Facility?
EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA) provides detailed historical information about enforcement and compliance activities at each RCRA Corrective Action Site in their Enforcement and Compliance Historical Online (ECHO) system.
For more information about this facility, see these other EPA links:
- RCRA information in EPA’s Envirofacts database
- Information about this facility submitted to EPA under different environmental programs as reported in EPA’s Facility Registry Services
- Alternative Names for this facility as reported by EPA programs in EPA’s Facility Registry Services
- Cleanups in My Community provides an interactive map to see EPA cleanups in context with additional data, and lists for downloading data
- Search RCRA Corrective Action Sites provides a search feature for Corrective Action Sites
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For further information on this corrective action site, use the Contact Information for Corrective Action Hazardous Waste Clean Ups listings that are accessible through Corrective Action Programs around the Nation.