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312 Maple Street, Endicott

312 Maple Street -Record of Decision - January 2011 (PDF) - ( 26 Pages, 2.3 mB)

312 Maple Street (the site) is located on the southwest corner of Maple Street and North Duane Street in the Village of Endicott, Broome County. The site is approximately 0.93 acres in size and is comprised of two tax parcels with Tax Map ID Numbers 156.12-4-11 and 156.12-4-12. Three interconnected buildings and paved parking areas cover most of the site. A small vegetated area is coated on the southwestern side of the site in an area formerly occupied by a rail spur. Currently, two of the three site buildings are used for wood cabinet manufacturing and leased office space. The third building is used primarily for storage. Adjacent parcels are currently used for a combination of residential and commercial purposes. Railroad tracks have been located adjacent to the site on the south since the early 1900s. The Former Canada Dry Bottling Facility inactive hazardous waste disposal site (Site NO. 704050) is located approximately 275 feet to the east.

From 1922 to the 1960's the site was used for shoe manufacturing; from 1965 to 1081 the site was used for electronics assembly; and from 1988 to 1993 the site was used for manufacturing circuit boards and computer recycling. Portions of the southern side of the site were historically occupied by several coal companies and used for coal storage. Trichloroethylene (TCE) was used in the electronics manufacturing process for cleaning parts. TCE apparently spilled outside the buildings in the southeast portion of the site and also may have been released through discharges to three drywells located beneath on-site buildings.

The site remedial program is being performed by Broome County through the Department's Environmental Restoration Program (ERP).

For More Information

Where to Find Information

Project documents are available at the following location to help the public stay informed

George F. Johnson Memorial Library
1101 Park Street
Endicott, NY 13760
Attn: Reference Desk
Phone: (607) 757-5350

Broome County Public Library
185 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
Attn: Reference Desk, Phone: (607) 778-6400

Who to Contact

Project Related Questions:

Gary Priscott
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Region 7- Kirkwood Sub-Office
1679 NY Route 11
Kirkwood, NY 13795-9772
Phone: (607) 775-2545, Ext. 116
gwprisco@gw.dec.state.ny.us

Site Related Health Questions:

Justin Deming
New York State Department of Health
Bureau of Environmental Exposure Investigation
547 River Street
Troy, NY 12180-2216
1-800-458-1158, ext. 27860
beei@health.state.ny.us


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