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  •  Groundwater Protection Project
    • updated: June 13, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The A-Mountain Landfill is located between the Santa Cruz River and Mission Road at the eastern base of A-Mountain. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste from 1966-1972. Today the City monitors five shallow landfill gas probes quarterly. The landfill is owned and maintai...
      location: 945 W. Mission Ln
    • updated: September 5, 2014
      status: Active Clean-up Site
      The Broadway-Pantano Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF) Site is a State Superfund Site which includes the Broadway North and South Landfills. The property is privately owned, however the City of Tucson disposed of municipal solid waste in the Broadway North Landfill in the past. Ground...
      location: Near Broadway Blvd at the Pantano Wash
    • updated: June 21, 2013
      status: Active Clean-up Site
      The Congress and Nearmont Landfills are located just south of Congress St on the western bank of the Santa Cruz River. These landfills were used for the disposal of construction debris and municipal solid waste. The two landfills were slated to be developed as a cultural park as part of the Rio Nu...
      location: 351 S. Brickyard Ln
    • updated: June 13, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Cottonwood Landfill is generally located 0.5 mile north of Ajo way and 0.5 mile west of Interstate 19. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. Quarterly the City monitors sixteen shallow landfill gas probes at the property boundary and annually inspects the landfill. ...
      location: 3200 S. Cottonwood Ln
    • updated: September 5, 2014
      status: Active Clean-up Site
      The Harrison Road Landfill accepted municipal solid waste from 1972 until it closed in 1997. Data indicates soil vapor contaminated with volatile organic compounds (VOCs), specifically tetrachloroethene (PCE), migrated from the waste to the groundwater table and caused groundwater contamination of ...
      location: 9245 & 9475 E. Irvington Rd.
    • updated: March 5, 2014
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Irvington Landfill is located on the south side of Irvington Rd a quarter of a mile west of Houghton Rd. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. Today the City monitors fourteen shallow landfill gas probes, one nested deep soil vapor well, and four groundwater monitor...
      location: 9900 E. Irvington Rd.
    • updated: May 6, 2014
      status: Active Clean-up Site
      Los Reales Landfill is an active municipal solid waste landfill located near I-10 and Craycroft Rd. The site is regulated by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality’s (ADEQ) under the Solid Waste Unit, the Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF) program and the Voluntary Re...
      location: 5300 E. Los Reales Rd.
    • updated: September 25, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Mission landfill is located near Mission Road and Starr Pass Blvd intersection. This landfill was used for the disposal of Class II trash which includes construction/demolition debris and green waste. The landfill is owned and maintained by the City of Tucson.
      location: 1056 S. Mission Rd
    • updated: June 5, 2012
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The following landfills: 29th Street, Broadway North, Cactus, Columbus, Dragoon, State Pit, and Walnut have had City involvement in the past but today are not owned by the City. Since these properties are currently owned by private interests, the City is not responsible for maintenance or landfill g...
      location: Multiple landfills
    • updated: June 20, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Prudence landfill is located along the western bank of the Pantano Wash north of 22nd Street. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. Today the City monitors twenty perimeter shallow landfill gas probes, three groundwater monitoring wells, and three deep nested soil v...
      location: Near 22nd Street and Pantano Wash
    • updated: June 20, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      Rio Nuevo North Landfill, formerly known as Linda Landfill, is beneath the asphalt parking lot of the Commerce Loop building facilities, including the City of Tucson Community Services, United Way and Pima Community College. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste, landscap...
      location: 401 N. Bonita Ave
    • updated: June 20, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Ryan Airfield Landfill is located in southeastern Avra Valley at the southeast end of the airfield’s runway system. The landfill received residential and commercial refuse from the airfield and homes, farms and businesses located in the surrounding Avra Valley area. The property is o...
      location: 9698 W Ajo Way
    • updated: May 19, 2011
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Ryland landfill is generally located 0.5 mile north of Ajo way between the Santa Cruz River and Interstate 19. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. The landfill is owned and maintained by the City of Tucson. Today the City inspects the landfill annually to correc...
      location: At the Santa Cruz River, north of Ajo Way
    • updated: February 13, 2014
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Silverbell Landfill is located along the western bank of the Santa Cruz River next to the Silverbell Golf Course. The landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. Today the landfill is an Arizona Department of Environmental Quality’s (ADEQ) Water Quality Assurance Rev...
      location: 3600 N. Silverbell Rd
    • updated: June 20, 2013
      status: Monitored Only Site
      St. Mary’s Landfill is located at Menlo Park near Grande Ave and St. Mary’s Rd. The landfill was used for the disposal of Class II trash and debris consisting primarily of green waste and construction debris. Today the City monitors 29 landfill gas probes on a quarterly basis, ...
      location: 425 N. Grande Ave
    • updated: January 7, 2014
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Tumamoc Landfill is located near the intersection of Starr Pass Blvd and Greasewood Rd, at the southwestern base of Tumamoc Hill. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. The landfill is owned and maintained by the City of Tucson. Today the City monitors nine shallow l...
      location: 2100 W. Starr Pass Blvd
    • updated: March 17, 2014
      status: Monitored Only Site
      The Vincent Mullins Landfill is located on the eastern bank of the Pantano Wash just north of Speedway Blvd. This landfill was used for the disposal of municipal solid waste. Soil vapor contaminated with volatile organic compounds (VOCs), specifically tetrachloroethene (PCE), migrated from the was...
      location: Northeast of Kolb Rd and Speedway Blvd
  •  Leaking Underground Storage Tank Project
    • updated: February 6, 2014
      status: Active Clean-up Site
      A release of petroleum-based fuels from the former fueling facility occurred and ADEQ reopened LUST File #3208.01. An Assessment was conducted and found soil impacts above Arizona Soil Remediation Levels (SRLs) which included dissolved gasoline compounds, and Light Non-aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) f...
      location: 260 South Stone Avenue
    • updated: July 1, 2013
      status: Active Clean-up Site
      The Thomas O. Price Service Center is a primary fueling facility for the City of Tucson, and has been in operation since 1972. The facility is located at the southwest corner of Ajo Way and Park Ave. (Thomas O. Price Service Center Site Map). Historically, the facility maintained 23 underground sto...
      location: 4004 South Park Ave.
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