The Goodwin Solid Waste Disposal Facility (GSWDF) includes an industrial waste landfill that is permitted to accept:• Petroleum contaminated soil • Contaminated non-hazardous waste soil that is compatible with petroleum contaminated soil • Oil and gas drill cuttings, drilling mud and associated materials• Oil and gas extraction and production (EP) waste that is exempt from hazardous waste regulations• EP waste that is not exempt but is classified as non-hazardous under hazardous waste regulation criteria• Other solid waste approved for disposal by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division (HMWMD)The facility does not accept:• Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) • Technically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (TENORM) as defined by 6 CCR 1007-1 Part 20The landfill is operated by Goodwin Services, Inc. The site is adjacent to Highway 50, approximately 15 mile southeast of Grand Junction, Colorado. The address is 5180 Highway 50, Whitewater, Colorado 81527.The industrial waste landfill cells were originally designed and built as oil and gas exploration and production (EP) wastewater evaporation ponds. The original EP ponds were constructed with a 60-mil HDPE primary liner, a synthetic drainage blanket leak detection system with a sump, and a 40-mil secondary HDPE liner. The liner was recently tested and recertified to verify that it meets original manufacturing specifications. The site is in an excellent hydrogeological setting with the first groundwater detected below the Mancos Shale at a depth of 698 feet. No groundwater has been detected in the site wet/dry groundwater monitoring wells. The site is very accessible, being located adjacent to Highway 50 midway between Grand Junction and Delta. The Goodwin Facility provides an excellent option for disposal or treatment of a variety of waste materials.