Wednesday, June 26, 2013

More GoodYear waste found OUTSIDE OF SPECIFIED AREAS!

This past week I had some grading/bulldozing done to clean up a few spots that were overgrown on our property and didn't look good. I have worked so hard and spent so much money to improve the appearance of this property. In 2 different locations, some 1/4 mile apart, damned if there wasn't additional Goodyear waste buried there too. I am becoming convinced that First Piedmont pulled a huge scam on the gov't , and in fact this whole farm is full of different waste deposits. It appears that they just simply backed trucks up and dumped the wastes, some of which were DOCUMENTED HAZARDOUS, CARCINOGENIC CHEMICALS. I have paperwork to prove this, otherwise I wouldn't make such a statement. This time, it was just rubber, tires , beads, bladders from the presses. Test tires, cut-outs from test tires, and blue poly trash. How any company could claim to be a responsible, small town type of company and have this on their conscience is beyond me. I really think anyone who would do such a thing cannot have a conscience. Anyone who would simply back a dump truck full of 55 gallon barrels of chemicals, and dump them into gullies , BULLDOZED OVER (which certainly busted some/most of the thin barrels) is beyond my comprehension. With admissions on company letterhead stationary that admitted that FIRST PIEDMONT WAS THE OPERATORS OF THE BRYANT FARM DRUM DUMP , the responsibility should be on them. I have statements from the gov't that THIS WAS NEVER A PERMITTED/LEGAL DUMP. (In other words, it was ILLEGAL from the get-go!) I only want it cleaned up, and my expenses reimbursed. Up to this point, June 26 2013, First Piedmont has yet to contact me at all. It would be in their best interest to do so ASAP. I can only promise that this will not go away, unfortunately. Randy Dowdy.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Water goes down, debris is found.

Lots of small rubber chunks, blue poly out of the banbury, and hunks of melted rubber are showing now in the pond. Right in the middle of that debris, a spring has started to flow. The water looks awful! I am going to run a simple test to see if it is as bad as it looks, if it is concentrated with chemicals as it appears. Even though they "CLEANED IT UP PROPERLY" when mandated by the gov't. There are still some barrels showing, even after someone did a helluva job cleaning up all the GoodYear debris that was easily portable........ I dunno who cleaned it up, or if it is a good thing.........All this feet dragging does not improve the situation...........Remember, I would like this to go away too, but not at my expense since I was totally innocent and First Piedmont created this monster, with chemicals and debris, (and full cooperation from Goodyear, GYT&R employees loaded those trucks, and knew exactly where the dumpsite was. There was no secrecy at the time. I would like to see this matter closed for good within one year. And no, I'm not asking for a huge amount of money. Never have been. I just want this cleaned up, to protect my family from this disaster. I wonder what would happen if this stuff started burning underground? Since there are chunks of rubber as big as several refrigerators laying on top of the ground, Lord only knows what's under it. The other illegal dumpsite is costing them huge money. Maybe I need to see who handled that one! 14,288 views as of tonight, 4-08-12. Nice to see attention is expanding greatfully! Just sorry my lately deceased Father isn't here to see it, but he died of cancer after drinking from that well for a decade, unknowing of the poison under neath the ground, just a few feet from his yard. I often wonder how Caswell County Health Department passed the well and septic permits, with the debris buried far less than a hundred yards from the mobile home!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Please look at the older posts/pages at bottom.

On the second or third pages there are confessions straight from First Piedmont Corporation, straight from their vice president at the time. The confessions are hard to believe, the admissions of guilt are astounding.

Plese watch the videos, and read the documents that are posted.

Thank you. Randy Dowdy

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Updated information.

I DO know that the Bryant Farm Drum Dump is an authentic Superfund Hazardous Waste Chemical dump site. We now have at least 2 wells contaminated, and the poison is spreading. I have also heard rumors of documents being sent to several places in the area about the BFDD. I don't know who is sending them, but would like to receive a copy if it is possible. I have been told that I should be expecting something soon myself. We will have to wait and see on that.

Thank you.

Randy Dowdy and family, 283 Dowdy Lane, Providence NC 27315

Friday, March 19, 2010

More oily water pictures. You can see the oily film on top of the water, those pretty rainbows are poisonous. Anyone care to drink it?

This water comes pouring right out of the ground. Where does your well water come from? Right out of the ground. Lord knows how bad it would look if it was pumped. Right now it is like an artisan spring, it pours out on its own.
This is a picture of polluted water pouring right out of the ground. The water is flowing, but it is so polluted that it will not clear up. You can see the petroleum residue floating on the water. Is anyone thirsty? All we read in the CM by ED is that everything was cleaned up and the water is OK. It comes right out of the debris pile where rusted barrels are apparent. It then flows directly into Pumpkin Creek.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Parts of the property have never been examined by the Environmental Dept.

I have found documents that show that some parts of the BFDD have never even been examined. Perhaps that is why there is to this day, 55 gallon drums STILL washing out of the ground. We need help with this matter, and no local officials seem to care that there is a SUPERFUND site in a residential community.

Thank you. Randy Dowdy