Quendall Terminals | Region 10 | US EPA

Jump to main content.


Quendall Terminals


Site Summary
    Quendall Terminals is located on the southeastern shore of Lake Washington in Renton, Washington. It is the site of a former creosote manufacturing facility that operated from 1917 to 1969. Past releases of coal tars and creosote have contaminated soil, groundwater, surface water, and lake sediments.

    Altino Properties and J. H. Baxter & Company, two of the Responsible Parties for the site, are conducting a remedial investigation and feasibility study (RI/FS) to better understand the type and amount of contamination and develop a cleanup plan.
Fact Sheets Technical Documents

Site Information
Environmental Enforcement Action Report (FRS)
Site Background
Fact sheets
Technical Documents
Photos

Information Repository
Renton Public Library
100 Mill Avenue South
Renton, WA 98057
425-430-6610


Contact
Lynda Priddy (priddy.lynda@epa.gov)
Project Manager
206-553-1987

National Superfund Information

You will need Adobe Reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA's PDF page to learn more.
Photos (click on photos for larger view)

    Photo of beach area at Quendall Terminals.
    Quendall Terminals property looking north from beach area.

    Chemical seep along beach area.



Local Navigation


Jump to main content.