The Findett/Hayford Bridge Road Ground Water site is located just north of the City of St. Charles, in St. Charles County, east-central Missouri. Land use in the site vicinity is primarily agricultural, but also includes a small industrial park containing Findett Corporation, Cadmus Corporation, and several other commercial and light industrial establishments. Until 1980, Findett Corporation reclaimed heat transfer fluids or oils, some of which contained PCBs, and received waste solvents for reclamation or recycling. Subsequently, Findett has custom blended or manufactured organic chemicals for other companies. There is PCB-contaminated soil at the Findett facility as well as the adjacent Cadmus Corporation facility. The Elm Point Well Field is also at risk of contamination by releases from the site. The primary contaminants of concern affecting the soil and ground water are VOCs, and other organics including PCBs. The selected remedial action for the site includes onsite ground water pumping and treatment using air stripping with discharge to the publicly owned treatment works; and excavation of contaminated soil with either offsite disposal or treatment.