Site Report: Alaskan Plumbing & Heating Wholesale
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In July 2004, petroleum-impacted soil was encountered during the removal of a 550-gallon regulated gasoline UST and associated piping. During excavation at a depth of 2.5 ft. a hydrocarbon odor was noted. Approximately 10 cubic yards of soil from this area was segregated into a separate pile and two samples were collected. 30 more cubic yards of soil from the excavation was stockpiled separately and two soil samples were collected. The total excavation measured 12 ft. by 14 ft. by 7 ft. deep. Two soil samples were collected from the depths of the excavation from the north and the south end of the former UST and one sample was collected 2.5 ft. bgs from the south sidewall. The seven soil samples that were collected from the excavation and the stockpile were analyzed for DRO, GRO, RRO, lead, and BTEX. Petroleum constituents were detected in the soil samples, but well below ADEC cleanup levels. The stockpiled soil was then backfilled into the excavation with clean fill to bring back to grade.
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