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Former McLouth Steel Corp Site - Northern Portion
Phase I documents have been received, and are posted below. These were required by the Phase I Corrective Action Consent Order for the facility. EGLE is currently using the information from these to build an enforcement referral to generate a Phase II Corrective Action Consent Order for more remedial action.
- Phase I Completion Report
- Groundwater Investigation Report
- WMU-26 Investigation Report
- WMU-27 Investigation Report
- WMU-29 Investigation Report
- WMU-30 Investigation Report
- WMU-31 Investigation Report
- Stormwater Options Report
Work plans pursuant to the CACO have been approved by EGLE. The documents can be found below, and public comment period was open until May 17, 2019. Questions can be referred via email to Jacob Runge at email@example.com (preferred) or mailed to:
Mr. Jacob Runge
Materials Management Division
Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
P.O. Box 30241
Lansing, Michigan 48909-7741
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) and Riverview-Trenton Railroad Co. (RTRR), entered into a Consent Order, called a “Corrective Action Consent Order," or CACO. Pursuant to the CACO, RTRR will undertake certain corrective actions within the approximately 76-acres that comprise the northern portion of the former McLouth Steel Corp facility.
RTRR has agreed to do the following:
- Perform the first phase of the corrective action (environmental investigation and response activities) that includes investigation of the five known waste management units, or WMUs, on the northern portion of the site.
- Clean up the WMUs if needed.
- Investigate groundwater contamination.
- Control dust.
- Evaluate stormwater management options to eliminate flow to the Trenton Channel of the Detroit River.
EGLE will use the information collected during the first phase of the corrective action and other sources to help determine if additional phases of corrective action are necessary.