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Remedial Action Sites in Arizona

Remedial Action Sites are contaminant sites in Arizona being investigated and remediated under the following Arizona and federal environmental programs:

 

 rain drop  Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF; including mitigation of non-hazardous releases)

 rain drop  Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA, also know as Superfund)

 rain drop  U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Installation Remediation Program (IRP)

 rain drop  Arizona Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) program

 rain drop  Arizona Voluntary Remediation Program (VRP)

 rain drop  Arizona Hazardous Water Program (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, RCRA)

 Buffer zones around remedial action sites have been prescribed by state statute and rule to delineate the entire boundaries within which additional technical review of Notices of Intent to Drill and Well Permits is required by ADWR.  The statute and rule prescribes a one-mile buffer around WQARF, CERCLA, and DOD IRP sites, a one-half mile buffer around VRP and RCRA sites, and a 500 feet buffer around LUST sites.

                       

Remedial Action Sites and Groundwater Basins

 

ADWR recommends viewing the Department of Environmental Quality’s interactive maps webpageof other groundwater contamination sites, such as those under the authority of the Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (UMTRA) program of the U.S. Department of Energy, are also shown.

                        

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Maps (11 inches x 17 inches; pdf format) of individual groundwater basins that contain remedial action sites are available for download below:

 rain drop  Phoenix AMA

 rain drop  Tucson AMA

 rain drop  Prescott AMA

 rain drop  Pinal AMA

 rain drop  Santa Cruz AMA

 rain drop  Yuma Basin

 rain drop  Aravaipa Canyon Basin

 rain drop  Douglas Basin

 rain drop  Verde River Basin

 rain drop  Little Colorado River Basin

 


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