4014 ROSS RD
The 550-acre site is located north of Brunswick, Georgia, and consists primarily of tidal marsh. The remaining portion of the Site includes former petroleum process buildings, former mercury cell buildings and an administration office. The Site is located near a paper company, a county facility and an estuary. The Site is bordered by the Turtle River marshes to the west and south, and urban populations of Brunswick to the north and east. Several residences are located south of the Site. The Site also includes a 10.5-acre highly alkaline caustic brine pool. Caustic brine is a salty solution that can cause burning or corrosion. Map 1 shows the boundary of the LCP Chemical property included as part of the site. Map 2 shows the tidal marsh area included as part of the site. From the 1920s to 1994, facilities at the site included an oil refinery, a paint manufacturing company, a power plant and a chlor-alkali plant. The companies operating these facilities included Atlantic Refining Company, Georgia Power Company, Dixie Paints and Varnish Company (now the O'Brien Company), Allied Chemical Inc. (now Honeywell International, Inc.), and Hanlin Group subsidiary LCP Chemicals-Georgia, Inc.
within a 1 mile radius