Site Report: Alyeska OMS 35-1.2
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Alyeska called ADEC (8/4/1993) to notify department of an oil spill, staining in four discreet patches at the material site OMS 35-1.2 near Phalen Creek. Alyeska maintains that they are not responsible for the spill, but were assisting in the cleanup of the contamination. This is a segregated use material site between Alyeska on the west side the and Alaska Department of Transportation (ADOT on the east side. Once Alyeska determined that the contamination extended to a depth greater than 4 feet, they stopped removing gravel and called to notify ADEC. Alyeska estimates 200-300 cubic yards of gravel will need to be removed. Alyeska has not used the site for several years. John Kotula, ADEC, took photographs of contamination. Cross reference historic PERP Northern region(PPR)file #330.02.111 ALYESKA OMS 35-1.2 PHALEN CREEK. As of 2018, the last time Alyeska used this mine site was 2003. Alyeska does have a mining plan in the event they want to pursue any mining activities in the future.
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