This 66.52-acre site has high visibility and access to highway and rail. The site was utilized by various divisions of General Motors for the manufacture of batteries and vehicle transmissions. Portions of the site were reused over the years, until manufacturing operations at the site ended in March 2006. Demolition was completed in 2009. Concrete slabs and six paved parking lots remain on the site.
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Environmental investigation dates to the 1980s. Primary constituents of concern for soil are volatile organic compounds (VOCs), benzo(a)pyrene, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and metals (lead and arsenic). Groundwater is primarily impacted with VOCs. RACER will continue to work with Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) to complete environmental investigations at the site and to develop a cleanup plan that is protective of human health and the environment and consistent with IDEM cleanup standards.
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