The Auburn Road Landfill site consists of four former disposal areas on 200 acres of land in Londenderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. The four disposal areas, referred to as the Old Town Dump (3 acres), the Tire Dump (4 acres), the Solid Waste Area (6 acres), and the Septage Lagoon (1 acre), are sources of soil and ground water contamination at the site. In 1979, after verifying that industrial wastes were being disposed of at the site, the State prohibited further disposal of drums. In 1986 EPA removed approximately 1,000 drums of waste materials from the site, the majority being removed from the Old Town Dump area. The first operable unit for the site was completed in December 1987, when all residences identified as being potentially impacted by site ground water contamination were connected to a local public water supply. The ROD represents the second and third operable units for the site and includes ground water remediation and reducing residual soil contamination which is a contamination source to ground water. The primary contaminants of concern affecting the soil and ground water are VOCs including benzene, toluene, TCE, and PCE; and metals including arsenic and lead.