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  • [CERCLIS ID]: NESFN0703481
    [Name]: Omaha Lead Site
    [County]: Douglas
    [Reason]: Soil contamination by lead from former refining plant.
    [Proposed]: 02/24/2002
    [Listed]: 04/30/2003
    [Constructioncompleted]:


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  • [CERCLIS ID]: NED084626100
    [Name]: Sherwood Medical Company
    [County]: Madison
    [Reason]: Soil and groundwater contamination by VOCs.
    [Proposed]: 07/29/1991
    [Listed]: 10/14/1992
    [Constructioncompleted]: 09/24/1999
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  • [CERCLIS ID]: NEN000704456
    [Name]: Parkview Well
    [County]: Hall
    [Reason]: Groundwater contamination by VOCs.
    [Proposed]: 09/23/2004
    [Listed]: 04/19/2006
    [Constructioncompleted]:


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  • [CERCLIS ID]: NE2213820234
    [Name]: Cornhusker Army Ammunition Plant
    [County]: Hall
    [Reason]: Groundwater contamination by explosives, soil contamination by explosives and heavy metals.
    [Proposed]: 10/15/1984
    [Listed]: 07/22/1987
    [Constructioncompleted]:


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  • [CERCLIS ID]: NED981713829
    [Name]: Bruno Co-op Association/Associated Properties
    [County]: Butler
    [Reason]: Groundwater contamination by VOCs used for grain fumigation.
    [Proposed]: 10/14/1992
    [Listed]: 06/17/1996
    [Constructioncompleted]: 09/13/2005
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  • [CERCLIS ID]: NED986369247
    [Name]: Ogallala Ground Water Contamination
    [County]: Keith
    [Reason]: Groundwater contamination by VOCs from electronics industry and dry cleaning.
    [Proposed]: 10/14/1992
    [Listed]: 12/16/1994
    [Constructioncompleted]: 09/27/2006
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A total of 14 brownfields in Nebraska are listed on the Superfund website, and details can be gleaned from a list of random tool logs. The management of these “Brownfields” is urgent and necessary, otherwise, it will go from bad to worse in the coming decades, causing significant irreversible damage to the local environment.

In the United States since the establishment of the Super Fund website, a total of more than 1,000 sites compiled a list of pollution. Only the Nebraska contaminated sites are recorded in the generator, including the CERCLIS ID, Name, County, Reason, Proposed, and Listed dates that have already been registered. Thankfully, some sites have been cleaned up and removed, even though a lot of human, financial, and time has been invested.

Click the "Display All Items" button and you will get a list of Superfund sites in Nebraska.

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