||Preliminary Assessment Approved
||PA action added by Shannon and Wilson, Inc., on 2/19/97. Based on FUDS Site Summary dated 2/21/96, PA was completed 5/19/94.
||Site Added to Database
||Site added by Shannon and Wilson.
||Update or Other Action
||File number issued 2514.38.003.
||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking
||Initial ranking with ETM completed for source area id: 73594 name: auto-generated pm edit Attu Isl Military Petroleum Sites
||Abbreviated Preliminary Assessments for Areas of Interest 1-8 have been received and approved.
Area of Interest 1 – Navy Town: Beach Road Storage and Docking Area contains multiple Features of Concern (FOC). These are identified as: POL Burn Pit, Wood Foundation, and Split Battery Casings. All of these FOCs are recommended to proceed to a Site Investigation. Area of Interest 2 – Navy Town: Fuel Tank Farm 2 contains 17 large fuel tanks each approximately 60 feet in diameter and 30 feet tall. All are individually bermed and only 3 remain intact. Fuel pipelines are also present throughout the site.
Area of Interest 3 – Navy Town: Fuel Pump contains multiple FOCs. Fuel Pump Stations and Transformers have been identified. Fuel pipelines are also present throughout the site.
Area of Interest 4 – Navy Town: Aboveground Storage Tank Disposal Area. This FOC is comprised of a stream, and an estimated quantity of 52 ASTs; 10 ASTs had some residual POL product in them. The POL-covered area surrounding the large group of ASTs spanned approximately 1,000 square feet. and flows during warmer weather, resulting in entrapment of birds. Area of Interest 5 – Navy Town: Warehouse Drum Spill Area has a Paint Shop, Concrete Slab and Hall Furnace, Utility Pole Platform, Collapsed Building/ Drum Group 1, POL Lube Oil Spill, Garage, and Radio Shack identified as FOC.
Area of Interest 6 – Navy Town: West Navy Town contains multiple Features of Concern (FOC). These are identified as: Fuel Tank Farm 1, Barrel Dumps, Debris Piles, Pipelines, Transformers and Above Ground Storage Tanks. All of this FOCs are recommended to proceed to a Site Investigation. Additional features of interest have been documented through photograph and records review and also warrant investigation.
Area of Interest 7 – Casco Field and Casco Point: FOCs identified include Drum Groups, Debris Piles, Transformers, Generators and Rectifiers, Skeet Range, and Aboveground Storage Tanks. Area of Interest 8 – Peaceful Valley: East Peaceful Valley: FOCs identified include Peaceful River Culvert, Asphalt Barrel Dump, Transformers, Aboveground Storage Tank and Pipelines.
||Abbreviated Preliminary Assessments, AOI 9 and AOI10 have been received and approved.Area of Interest 9 – Murder Point: FOCs identified include Transformers, Radio Towers, Drum Groups and a Workshop/Machine Shop. Additional features of interest have been documented through photograph and records review.
Area of Interest 10 – Chichagof Harbor Area: FOCs include Site AT-64, Radio Shack/Communications Trailer, Drum Groups, and a Cement Foundation. Additional features of interest have been documented through photograph and records review. These features of interest include structures constructed post-1945 and have the potential to contain CON/HTRW.
||CERCLA Removal Action Plan
||Submit approval letter to USACE for the Source and incidental contaminant Removal Action Work plan for Attu Island. The plan identifies removal actions for AOI#1 "Navy Town: Beach Road Storage and Docking Area and AOI#4 "Navy Town: Aboveground Storage tank Disposal Area". At AOI#1 contamination associated with a former burn area will be excavated and removed from the island. At AOI#4 pooled tar and associated AST's will be consolidated and removed from the island. Any contaminated soil underlying the tar will also be excavated and removed from the island. The Removal Action at AOI#4 is intended to prevent additional bird entrapment in the pooled tar.
||Meeting or Teleconference Held
||CS managers participate in the annual FUDS site management action plan meeting. The purpose of the is to collaborate with FUDS management on site progress and prioritization for all of the formerly used defense sites. FUDS prioritization is based on risk, congressional interest, state input and proximity to other sites on the prioritization list. FUDS has increased environmental restoration funding in Alaska for the 2017 and 2018 field seasons to meet National goals for site progress.
||CERCLA Removal Action Plan
||ADEC Contaminated Sites Program approved the Final Source and Incidental Contaminant Removal Action Work Plan, Formerly Used Defense Sites, Attu Island, Alaska