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Remediation System Evaluation, Midland Products Superfund Site

The 37-acre Midland Products Site, located in Yell County, Arkansas addresses creosote contamination from a wood-treating plant that operated between 1969 and1979. State highways border the site to the north (downgradient) and to the south while private property borders the site to the east and west. The town of Ola, Arkansas with a population of approximately 1,000 is located one half mile to the west. Source control excavation and onsite treatment costing approximately $20 million was completed in May  1993.

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