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The Oakdale Dump Superfund site is located in Oakdale, Minnesota, and is comprised of three non-contiguous properties that were utilized for dumping from the late 1940s until the 1950s. The properties are named the Abresch, Brockman, and Eberle sites for their respective property owners at the time of disposal activities. The Abresch site is the largest of the three properties at about 55 acres. The Brockman site is located immediately southwest of the Abresch site and encompasses 5 acres. The Eberle site is located roughly 2,500 feet north of the Abresch site and encompasses 2 acres. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) investigated the three properties in 1980. Analysis of waste samples indicated that a variety of hazardous substances, particularly volatile organic compounds (VOCs), had been disposed in trenches at the Abresch and Brockman sites. Soil sampling at the Eberle site revealed a small amount of heavy metal contaminants. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) placed the Oakdale Dump site on the Superfund National Priorities List on September 8, 1983. Site Responsibility The Oakdale Dump site is being addressed through state, federal, and potentially responsible party (PRP) actions. The state has taken the primary lead for oversight of the project, and EPA is serving as the support agency.
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