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The Delphi I Anderson site is composed of 75.988 acres of vacant land on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Anderson, and is surrounded by industrial, commercial, and residential areas, and is zoned I-1 and I-2, Industrial. At full capacity, the site contained eight plants. Demolition of all buildings was completed in 2009, and no slabs remain.
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Environmental investigation began on the site in the early 1990s, and tests of soil and groundwater indicated elevated levels of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The Trust will continue to work with Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) to finalize a cleanup plan that is protective of human health and the environment and consistent with IDEM cleanup standards. An IDEM-approved refined human health risk assessment has been completed for the site and surrounding area and the Trust continues to perform soil and groundwater tests and analyze those test results as required by IDEM. The Settlement Agreement that established the Trust set aside $2.811 million for future investigations and potential cleanup activities. Based on these investigations, a restrictive covenant to limit future use to industrial/commercial and to prohibit onsite groundwater use may be required.
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