Brunswick, Cumberland and Sagadahoc Counties. Areas of concern include three landfills and several places used for disposal of wastes, including asbestos, acids, bases, and solvents.
Brooksville (Cape Rosier), Hancock County. A former open pit zinc/copper mine occupying approximately 150 acres in a coastal area.
Meddybemps, Washington County. The Eastern Surplus Company sold army surplus and salvage items. Following a state inspection that revealed chemical odors, leaking electrical transformers, hundreds of deteriorating drums and containers, compressed gas cylinders, 16,000 pounds of calcium carbide, and numerous areas of stained soil, authorities conducted an emergency removal action.
Corinna, Penobscot County. A textile mill that used hazardous materials, including various dyes, throughout its nearly 90 year history.
Contaminants: Chlorobenzene · Dichlorobenzenes · Tetrachlorobenzenes · Trichlorobenzenes
Location: Windham, Cumberland County
Leeds, Androscoggin County. A 36-acre site containing a former scrap yard. Activities included shredding automobiles. 40,000 cubic yards of auto fluff, consisting of non-ferrous metal, glass, plastic, fabric, foam, rubber and soil, remained on site as of 2014.
Limestone, Aroostook County. Military facility that operated from 1952 to 1994. Waste disposal practices included dumping wastes into three abandoned gravel pits.
Location: Gray, Cumberland County
Location: Kittery, York County
Location: Saco, York County
Location: South Hope, Knox County
Location: Plymouth, Penobscot County
Location: Winthrop, Kennebec County