The primary purpose of the NPL is to guide the EPA in determining which sites warrant further investigation. Currently there are a total of 59 proposed and 1,206 final sites on the NPL. The 11 proposed sites are located in eight states.

The sites include: American Brass, Inc., Headland, Ala.; Vasquez Boulevard and I-70, Denver, Colo.; Central Wood Preserving Co., Slaughter, La.; Ruston Foundry, Alexandria, La.; 68th Street Dump/Industrial Enterprises, Rosedale, Md.; Armour Road, North Kansas City, Mo.; Newton County Wells, Newton County, Mo.; Pools Prairie, Neosho, Mo.; Georgia-Pacific Corporation Hardwood Sawmill, Plymouth, N.C.; Stanton Cleaners Area Ground Water Contamination, Great Neck, N.Y.; and Former Nansemond Ordnance Depot, Suffolk, Va.

The 17 final sites being added to the NPL are located in 10 states. The sites being added to the NPL include: Lava Cap Mine, Nevada City, Calif.; Omega Chemical Corp., Whittier, Calif.; Pemaco Maywood, Maywood, Calif.; Delatte Metals, Ponchatoula, La.; Fridley Commons Park Well Field, Fridley, Minn.; Davis Park Road TCE, Gastonia, N.C.; North Railroad Avenue Plume, Espanola, N.M.; Federal Creosote, Manville Borough, N.J.; Hiteman Leather, West Winfield, N.Y.; Lehigh Valley Railroad, Le Roy, N.Y.; Mohonk Road Industrial Plant, High Falls, N.Y.; Smithtown Ground Water Contamination, Smithtown, N.Y.; Tulsa Fuel and Manufacturing, Collinsville, Okla.; City of Perryton Well No. 2, Perryton, Texas; Many Diversified Interests, Inc., Houston, Texas; and Pownal Tannery, Pownal, Vt. The one federal facility added to the NPL is the Middlesex Sampling Plant (USDOE), Middlesex, N.J.

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