Illinois EPA Responds to Chemical Spill into Prairie Creek Resulting in Fish Kill
Document IdentificationUsers should pay particular attention to version identification or dates of publication of documents retrieved. Earlier, possibly superseded, versions of documents are also stored here. Title
- Illinois EPA Responds to Chemical Spill into Prairie Creek Resulting in Fish Kill
- Illinois EPA emergency responders and water quality specialists are in Tazewell County again today in response to yesterdays release into Prairie Creek, on Allentown Road west of the Village of Allentown, of several hundred gallons of a mixture of 28 percent nitrogen and 13.3 percent of an herbicide containing Atrazine. The address is reported to be 24815 Allentown Road. In addition, approximately 60 gallons of diesel fuel were released in the vehicle accident that caused the release. The spill resulted in a large and complete fish kill downstream of the incident site.
Originally Deposited as: 22877
Published By: Illinois Illinois Information Service Office of Secretary of State Bureau of Water IL
Phone Number: 217-782-3397 Language(s): Volume or Year: 2012
Number or Issue: April 25 Date Created:
Date Last Modified: 04 25 2012
Access This Publication1. Illinois EPA Responds to Chemical Spill into Prairie Creek Resulting in Fish Kill (042512EPAPrairieCreekagchemspill.doc).
Document Size: 103936 Software: Microsoft Word Version: 97-2003 This is part of a series. It is part of record number 000000043733