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Site Report: ADOTPF - Peger Rd. SEF Shop

Site Name: ADOTPF - Peger Rd. SEF Shop
Address: 2301 Peger Rd.; , Fairbanks, AK 99709
File Number: 102.26.049
Hazard ID: 24250
Status: Active
Staff: Jim Fish, 9074512117
Latitude: 64.825880
Longitude: -147.770730
Horizontal Datum:

We make every effort to ensure the data presented here is accurate based on the best available information currently on file with DEC. It is therefore subject to change as new information becomes available. We recommend contacting the assigned project staff prior to making decisions based on this information.


Previous file number 100.26.025. State Equipment Fleet (SEF) shop contained INTERIOR underground storage tanks (USTs) - 1,000-gallon chemical waste and 500-gallon w.o. EXTERIOR USTs -contained 3,000-gallon gasoline and 500-gallon w.o. SEF building is located at southeast edge of Department of Transportation (DOT) property on Peger Road. It is south of the maintenance building and southeast of the materials lab. See November 1998 Shannon and Wilson Report "UST Closure and Site Assessment" for figures. February 4, 1999 In-place Closure report for interior USTs.

Action Information

Action Date Action Description DEC Staff
12/12/1991 Underground Storage Tank Site Characterization or Assessment INTERIOR USTS: SA1; Basketfield: Tracer tested one 1000 gal. shop wastewater and one 1000 gal. shop waste oil tank, each failed testing (Equipment Bldg.). * Not Assigned
7/14/1992 Site Added to Database * Not Assigned
7/14/1992 Leaking Underground Storage Tank Release Confirmed - Petroleum LUST Site created in CSP for source area ID 78099 entered by JC * Not Assigned
7/14/1992 Update or Other Action NOR; Sent by Hung. * Not Assigned
7/16/1992 Release Investigation SA2; Basketfield reviewed LUST site assessment report, approved it. * Not Assigned
7/16/1992 Update or Other Action MEET; Basketfield met w/Joan Lepain, Shannon & Wilson. * Not Assigned
7/20/1992 Release Investigation INTERIOR USTS: SA2; Basketfield: 9 soil borings, 4 as MW's. MW6 (ppb's): benzene, 2; 1-1-1-trichloroethane, 24; 1-1-dichloroethane,23; tricholorethylene,1; tetrachloroethylene (PCE), 16. MW3(ppb's): Benzene,1; toluene,2; ebenzene,9; xylenes,42. Metals at MW^ (PPM, Cd,Cr, Pb) 1,17,30; at MW5, 1, 13,5. * Not Assigned
8/12/1992 Update or Other Action UPD; Reviewed by Hung. * Not Assigned
1/7/1994 Leaking Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Initiated - Petroleum LCAU; Kalu - January 7, 1994 document titled "Peger Road LUST site Assessment Ground Water Sampling Results" has been submitted to the department. * Not Assigned
6/6/1994 Update or Other Action CORR; Wingerter sent letter informing RP of their financial liability under new ADEC cost recovery policy. State is authorized, under Section 9003(h) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act to take action on this LUST facility. * Not Assigned
10/10/1996 Site Visit INTERIOR USTS: Visit location of shop/location of USTs/MW 6/feasibility of removal of USTs based on history of solvents in soil and grd water. Appears tight, but possible after consulting w/inhse staff that know shop area. * Not Assigned
8/27/1997 Underground Storage Tank Site Characterization or Assessment EXTERIOR UST: 3,000-gal gasoline UST removed. RPCON reports release in soil/grd water by memo 8/28/97. * Not Assigned
8/28/1997 Leaking Underground Storage Tank Corrective Action Underway EXTERIOR UST: 100 cu yds contam soil removed from 3,000-gal gasoline UST area and thermal remediated. RI needed * Not Assigned
10/3/1997 Update or Other Action INTERIOR USTS: RPCON proposes closure-in-place of w.o & chem waste USTs due to logistics/cost. DEC requests more grd water sampling since last sampling done '93 for Benzene & PCE. * Not Assigned
10/8/1997 Update or Other Action INTERIOR USTS: Reviewed RPCON's SB log . RPCON agrees to characterize soil around USTs & rept findings. DEC will decide if close-in-place appropriate based on rept. * Not Assigned
1/1/1998 Update or Other Action INTERIOR USTS: Ph call fr RPCON feels soil contam absent as TCE in grd water on steady decline based on 12/93 data. & closure-in-place of w.o & chem waste USTs appropriate. DEC will consider after more current data submitted. * Not Assigned
6/25/1998 Underground Storage Tank Site Characterization or Assessment EXTERIOR UST: 500-gal waste oil UST removed. Soil & possible grd water impacted. * Not Assigned
7/20/1998 Leaking Underground Storage Tank Corrective Action Underway EXTERIOR UST: 30 cu yds contam soil removed fr w.o. UST area. Hope to remove 20 cu yds more. Moderate to low levels chlorinated compds found. Want to thermal remediate. Referred to AQ * Not Assigned
8/8/1998 Update or Other Action INTERIOR USTS: DEC approved closure-in-place after review of (2) soil boring analyses done 4/98. Analysesof soil and grd water indicate results below ADEC cleanup levels. * Not Assigned
1/20/1999 Underground Storage Tank Site Characterization or Assessment INTERIOR USTS: 500-gal w.o. & 1,000-gal chem waste USTs were closed-in-place by Shannon and Wilson on Jan 20 and 21st, 1999. * Not Assigned
12/27/1999 Update or Other Action Received copy of thermal treatment cert. From OIT or W.O. tank soils that were treated at their facility. * Not Assigned
1/28/2004 Update or Other Action Transferred DEC staff lead from John Carnahan Cynthia Pring-Ham
7/7/2008 Exposure Tracking Model Ranking Intitial Ranking Complete for Source Area: 78099 (Autogenerated Action)
2/19/2009 Update or Other Action Interior USTs meet cleanup standards for closure. Review of file indicates the two interior tanks were closed in place in 1999. Site characterizatoin prior to closure indicated soil was below cleanup levels for HVOCs (8021), VOCs(8020), GRO (ak101), DRO(AK102), RRO (AK103). Metals were below TCLP. Groundwater was analyzed by 8260 and results were all below MCLs in 1998. Ann Farris
2/19/2009 Update or Other Action Exterior 1,000-gal Waste Oil Tank removed in June 1998 and over excavated 35 cy. Additional 10 cy was removed in July 1998. Soil at limits was below cleanup levels for petroleum fractions. Benzene and PCE were not detected, but PQL was slightly above cleanup level 0.057 mg/kg. Groundwater is being monitored as part of the larger DOT facility for these compounds and other sources have much higher concentrations. Excavated soil was stockpiled and then thermally remediated at OIT. Ann Farris
2/19/2009 Update or Other Action 3,000- gal gas tank was pulled August 1997. Needs more soil sampling and maybe groundwater sample downgradient of dispenser island. A september 30, 1997 letter report from Shannon and Wilson indicated a sheen encountered on the water table beneath the tank. Soil samples at the limits of the excavation were 34 to 11,600 mg/kg GRO and benzene was 2.3 to 125 mg/kg with the north wall of the excavation and under the center of UST being the highest. Contamination was also encountered beneath the dispenser island to the north of the tank. A monitoring well, MW-5, was placed on the south side of the excavation. Initially benzene was 340 ug/L, but in 2006 was below cleanup levels. Wells, MW-3 and MW-4, approximately 400 feet downgradient, were monitored for multiple years and were below cleanup levels. Ann Farris
8/7/2012 Update or Other Action Site transferred to Jim Fish. Janice Wiegers
9/10/2015 Update or Other Action Site actions also being recorded under ADOT&PF Peger Road Facility 1402 102.38.098 Jim Fish

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