Chevy in the Hole Cleanup Site
- Flint, Michigan (Genesee County)
- EPA ID# MID005356654
- Alias(es): Delphi Flint West
Community Involvement Coordinator
Rafael Gonzalez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
312-886-0269 or 800-621-8431, ext. 60269
Christopher Black (email@example.com)
312-886-1451 or 800-621-8431, ext. 61451
Chevy in the Hole, also known as the Delphi Flint West site, was a General Motors facility built along the Flint River. The 103-acre parcel in downtown Flint contained automotive manufacturing plants that have been demolished. The property remains undeveloped.
EPA has finalized a "prospective purchaser agreement" for the Chevy in the Hole property with the City of Flint. This agreement allows the city to implement a cleanup plan that is safe for the community, protects the environment and provides redevelopment opportunities.
Under the PPA, the City of Flint will not be responsible for pre-existing contamination provided it follows a work plan that protects the environment and human health. The work plan includes enhancing a protective soil cover, planting trees and other vegetation and monitoring groundwater at the site. The city will use the land as public green space until a developer is found.
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- Chevy Commons EC Management Plan (PDF) (69 pp, 2.5 MB) Sept. 30, 2014
- Proposed RCRA Prospective Purchaser Agreement: Order on Consent and Covenant Not to Sue Sept. 5, 2012