Site Report: Anchorage Curling Club
|Site Name:||Anchorage Curling Club|
|Address:||711 East Loop Road, Anchorage, AK 99501|
|Status:||Cleanup Complete - Institutional Controls|
|Staff:||Bill O'Connell, 9072693057 email@example.com|
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.
In October, 2014 DEC was notified of a possible release of propylene glycol from the ice rink refrigeration system at the Anchorage Curling Club. The release beneath the concrete slab is estimated at ~40 gallons. The refrigeration system was subsequently shut down and drained of remaining fluid. Characterization and remediation activities had not yet occurred. Contaminants had not yet been confirmed above cleanup levels.
|Action Date||Action||Description||DEC Staff|
|11/18/2014||Potentially Responsible Party/State Interest Letter||Potentially responsible party / state interest letter sent to responsible party by PERP staff Megan Kohler.||Mitzi Read|
|11/20/2014||Spill Transferred from Prevention Preparedness and Response Program||Spill transferred by PERP staff Megan Kohler. Spill no. 14239927801; spill date = 10/5/14; substance = propylene glycol; quantity = ~40 gallons; source = ice rink refrigeration system.||Mitzi Read|
|12/11/2014||Site Added to Database||A new site has been added to the database||Mitzi Read|
|2/11/2015||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking||Initial ranking with ETM completed for source area id: 79712 name: Ice Rink Refrigeration System - Propylene Glycol||Bill O'Connell|
|4/6/2015||Cleanup Complete Determination Issued||The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Contaminated Sites Program (ADEC) has completed a review of the environmental records associated with the Anchorage Curling Club site located in Anchorage, Alaska. Based on the information provided to date, it has been determined that the contaminant concentrations remaining on site do not pose an unacceptable risk to human health or the environment and no further remedial action will be required as long as the site is in compliance with the following institutional controls (ICs): 1. When land use or ownership changes, DEC must be notified. 2.When the building is removed, the underlying soil must be evaluated for the presence of contamination.||Bill O'Connell|
|4/6/2015||Institutional Control Record Established||Institutional Controls established and entered into the database.||Bill O'Connell|
|Advance approval required to transport soil or groundwater off-site.|
|Movement or use of contaminated material (including on site) in a manner that results in a violation of the water quality standards is prohibited (18 AAC 70)|