Site Report: Alaska Surgery Center UST #2
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A 500-gallon underground storage tank (UST) utilized for the storage of diesel fuel was removed from this site on July 9, 2013 (Facility ID: 2956; Tank ID: 2). The UST consisted of double walled steel with cathodic protection. During the excavation activities, soils were screened for volatile constituents with a PID and placed on a nearby temporary stockpile for disposal. Following the excavation activities and tank removal, five confirmation soil samples were collected from the excavation (two below the tank, two from the sidewalls, and one from below the piping runs). Four soil samples, including a duplicate soil sample, were collected from the temporary soil stockpile. None of the soil samples exhibited concentrations of analytes that exceeded the most stringent ADEC method two cleanup levels. Based on the analytical results, the stockpiled soils were approved for use as backfill in the excavation.
||< Method 2 Most Stringent
|No ICs Required
|Advance approval required to transport soil or groundwater off-site.