Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill

Updated May 1, 2019

This page provides citizens with access to commonly requested reports and data files 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.  

The documents provided are electronic copies and are being provided for reference only. The official records may be reviewed at the Solid Waste Management Program’s Office in Jefferson City at 1730 E. Elm St. For documents originating from other sources, the department takes no responsibility for the views, content or accuracy of the information provided. Where necessary due to privacy laws and other legal statutes, the original document may be redacted to keep protected information confidential.

Monthly Facility Status Report submitted by Republic Services for Bridgeton Landfill

This status report is submitted to the Court by Bridgeton Landfill the first business day of each month.

None at this time.

Nov. 20, 2018 - Update: In follow up to the Nov. 2 surface fire event and Nov. 5 site visit, the following reports were generated by the Pattonville Fire District and Bridgeton Landfill, LLC:

CT-25 gas extraction well that burned in the surface fire


Nov. 8, 2018 - Update: Missouri Department of Natural Resources has released a summary report on the Nov. 2 surface fire event and Nov. 5 site visit.

Bridgeton Image

Nov. 2, 2018 - Update: Staff from the department’s Environmental Emergency Response Section responded to the fire at the Bridgeton Landfill. Department investigations and discussions with Fire Department staff verified the fire has been extinguished. Department staff conducted air monitoring and found no air emission levels of public concern. The source of the fire was verified to be an aboveground condensate trap, which is a component of the landfill gas collection system. Discussions with Fire Department staff and field observations verified the fire was isolated to the immediate area around that condensate trap. Bridgeton Landfill staff are currently working to make repairs. While repairs are being made, there may be a potential for off-site odors. Department staff will continue to monitor the repairs and coordinate as appropriate.

Nov. 2, 2018 – A fire was reported to the department’s Solid Waste Management Program staff by Bridgeton Landfill staff early this evening. The fire is believed to be caused by a pump that overheated in an aboveground condensate trap near the southwest corner of the landfill’s South Quarry. Bridgeton Landfill staff isolated the condensate trap from other landfill infrastructure and the local fire department responded to extinguish the fire. Bridgeton Landfill staff and contractors then covered the area with soil as a precaution, and are evaluating the nearby infrastructure for repair. The Department’s Environmental Emergency Response staff are responding and monitoring the situation.

May 31, 2019 - Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill Part 70 Air Operating Permit Issued. See the permit here.

Mar. 22, 2019 - Condensation Trap (CT) 25 observed the successful installation of Condensation Trap (CT) 25.

CT-25 installed and connected to gas extraction system [6.34mb photo]

Mar. 19, 2019 - Department staff were onsite March 19 to observe the replacement of Condensate Trap (CT) 25 and conduct air monitoring.

7 am - Contractors prepare for morning work to replace CT-25 [2mb photo]

8 am - Morning safety meeting to discuss installation of new CT-25 [121kb photo]

9:30 am - Old CT-25 being removed from the ground [6.7mb photo] The lack of external burns on the CT's bottom and sides indicate the Nov. 2 fire did not come from below, nor was the fire a direct impact of the subsurface reaction.

11am - Contractors using excavators to position CT-25 during installation [951kb photo]

11am - New CT-25 being placed and backfilled [1mb photo]

12:30pm - CT-25 installed, liner crews beginning tie in of EVOH liner to the CT [2.1mb photo]

Department staff did not note any off-site odors during the replacement of CT-25, and Department air monitoring was all within normal range.

Mar. 18, 2019 - The department's Air Pollution Control Program held a public hearing for the Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill Part 70 Air Operating Permit on April 4, 2019. The public comment period is currently open and will close 5 business days after the date of the public hearing.

Public Hearing

  • Thursday, April 4, 2019
  • Staff available at 5 p.m.
  • Hearing begins at 6 p.m.
  • District 9 Machinist Hall, Center Auditorium
    12365 St. Charles Rock Road
    Bridgeton, MO 63044
  • Written Comments will be accepted until 5:00 April 11, 2019

The following webpage contains links to the draft permits, details of the periods for public notice and directions for providing comments:

dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/permit-public-notices.htm

Jan. 8, 2019 - Fact Sheet for draft Part 70 Air Operating Permit (posted 1/8/19)


Data from the two sulfur dioxide air monitors at Bridgeton Landfill can be found here. Additional information for sulfide dioxide monitoring by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources is available here.

 

None at this time.

None at this time.

Monthly Reports - Submitted by Republic Services for Bridgeton Landfill
Monthly Data Submittals to the department by Bridgeton Landfill are required to include:

  • Daily Flare Monitoring Data.
  • Data Spreadsheet.
  • Data Graphs.
  • Work Completed and Planned.
  • Carbon Monoxide Maps.
  • Hydrogen Maps.
  • Settlement Front Map.
  • Gas Wellfield Data.
    • F-1 GEM Data Spreadsheet.
    • F-2 Maximum Temperature Spreadsheet.
    • F-3 Lab Analyses Spreadsheet.
    • Wellhead Temperature Maps.
    • Summary of Odor Complaints.
    • Liquid Characterization Data.
    • Liquid Transport Manifest Logs.

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Heat Extraction Pilot Study - Weekly Reports

 

Neck Heat Extraction System Monthly Report

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