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Cedarbrook Estates (aka Stephen Drive & Linda Lane Ground Water Contamination)

Winslow Township, Camden County
PI #: G000039938

BLOCK: Various LOT: Various

Community Relations Coordinator: Mindy Mumford (609) 777-1976

Fact Sheet
As of 28 June 2004

Stephen Drive, Linda Lane & Cheryl Court
Winslow Township
Camden County
BLOCK:
Various
LOT:
Various
CATEGORY: Non-Superfund
State Lead, IEC
TYPE OF FACILITY: Not Applicable
OPERATION STATUS: Not Applicable
PROPERTY SIZE: Not Applicable SURROUNDING LAND USE: Residential/Commercial
MEDIA AFFECTED
Ground Water
CONTAMINANTS
Volatile Organic Compounds
STATUS
Confirmed
Potable Water Volatile Organic Compounds Treating
FUNDING SOURCES
Spill Fund
AMOUNT AUTHORIZED
$41,000
Corporate Business Tax $1,422,000

SITE DESCRIPTION/RESOLUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS:
This case is also known as the Cedar Brook Estates Ground Water Contamination site. Sampling conducted by the Camden County Health Department in 1999 identified 22 private potable wells in this area that were contaminated with volatile organic compounds at levels exceeding New Jersey Drinking Water Standards. The primary contaminants are trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloroethylene (also known as perchloroethylene, or PCE). Point-of-Entry Treatment (POET) systems were installed on the wells with funds provided by NJDEP as an interim measure to supply potable water for the residents. In 2001, NJDEP’s Remedial Response Element delineated the Currently Known Extent (CKE) of the potable well contamination and completed a water supply alternatives analysis that concluded the most cost-effective long-term remedy was the extension of public water lines to properties in the CKE. The Winslow Township Water and Sewer Authority will begin installing the water lines in 2003 using funds provided by NJDEP. Additional investigative work is underway to identify possible sources of the ground water contamination at this site.

 

PROJECT NAME RI/RAS DESIGN CONSTR O&M
Receptor Control (POETS)   (Not Required) (Not Required) (Completed) (Underway)
Receptor Control (Water Lines)   (Completed) (Underway) (Planned) (Not Required)
   
Key- Planned  Planned
Key- Underway  Underway
Key- Completed  Completed
Key- Not Required  Not Required

 

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