A groundwater seep was historcally observed adjacent to a landill during and shortly after precipitation events. This observation raises the question is groundwater interacting with the landfill waste? Two pairs of piezometers were installed along the northeast perimeter of the landfill to evaluate the relationship between groundwater and the base of the waste, groundwater occurs at approximately thirty feet below the waste of the landfill. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the groundwater encountered in the piezometers for contaminants that may be indicative of landfill-related impacts. Water quality parameters were measured in the field and groundwater samples were analyzed at a laboratory for general chemistry parameters and metals. Stiff diagrams were used to evaluate the extent of apparent groundwater impacts resulting from landfill leachate. The Stiff diagrams suggest an increasing trend of landfill-related constituents in monitor wells down gradient from the waste. These data indicate that groundwater quality is progressively impacted by landfill-related constituents along the notihern perimeter and down gradient of the landfill.