Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill Facility Information
This page provides citizens with access to pertinent information and online forms regarding ongoing compliance issues and activities related to a subsurface smoldering event and associated odors around Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill at 13570 St. Charles Rock Road in Bridgeton.
Nov. 29, 2016 - Status of actions under the U.S. EPA Administrative Settlement Agreement and Order on Consent (ASAOC) for Removal Actions – North Quarry
- Heat Extraction Barrier (HEB) for the neck area was brought online the week of Oct. 10
- North Quarry Subsurface Temperature Monitoring Probes (TMPs) – installation completed the week of Nov. 14
- North Quarry Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol (EVOH) cover – initial field preparation for installation of the cover began the week of Nov. 21
Sept. 1, 2016 - On Aug. 25, Bridgeton commenced operation, through a contractor, of two sulfur dioxide monitors, similar to the department monitor at Rider Trail, I-70. Data from these monitors is available at: inqenv.com/bridgeton/index.html.
May 24, 2016 - The department added a sulfur dioxide air monitor to the existing Rider Trail, I-70 monitoring site. The addition of a sulfur dioxide monitor at this site is to evaluate sulfur dioxide levels in the general area. Any sulfur dioxide concentrations monitored at this site may be due to several emissions sources in the area. If the monitor records sulfur dioxide at levels of concern, the department will gather additional information to try to determine which sources are causing or contributing to the levels of concern. The department will evaluate the levels recorded after one year of operation and decide whether or not it is appropriate to continue operating a sulfur dioxide monitor at this location.The department maintains a summary report, which is updated weekly and is available at dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/docs/so2monitoringdata.pdf. See the listing for “Rider Trail, I-70” for SO2 data from this monitor.
Reports and Updates
Nov. 30, 2016 -- October 2016 Neck Heat Extraction System Monthly Report -- As required per the department’s Dec. 4, 2015 approval letter for the November 2015 Technical Evaluation of the Heat Extraction Barrier and as incorporated into the EPA’s April 28, 2016 Administrative Settlement Agreement and Order on Consent for Removal Actions (ASAOC), Bridgeton Landfill shall submit a monthly report to the department on the operation and effectiveness of the heat extraction barrier.
Sept. 30, 2016 -- Republic Services submitted the Bridgeton Landfill Gas Corrective Action Update as required for compliance with the First Agreed Order