Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF) Registry Sites
ADEQ established a registry of sites in Arizona where groundwater and/or soil contamination is present and qualify for funds from the Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF). Sites on the WQARF Registry are evaluated and given a score based on the type and location of contaminant(s) and the possibility for human exposure to the contaminant(s) present. The scores are used to help determine relative risk at the site, but do not necessarily indicate a direct risk to people or the environment. The maximum score a site can receive is 120.
Information about the various Superfund project sites is arranged by geographic area.
At the end of the site description, you may select a detailed site map or additional site information, such as the Project History or Registry Report, by clicking on the topic of interest.
For sites on the Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF) Registry, the detailed site map will show the known or implied boundary of the contamination that is above the appropriate regulatory level.
WQARF Site Information and Maps
Drilling of off-site monitor well at 7th Avenue
and Bethany Home site
For more detail on individual site maps, click on the site name, then site map for a map of the site.
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