Site Report: ASRC Barrow Sewage Pump Station 4
|Site Name:||ASRC Barrow Sewage Pump Station 4|
|Address:||W Side of Stevenson Street, N of Agrik Street Intersection, Barrow, AK 99723|
|Staff:||John Carnahan, 9074512166 firstname.lastname@example.org|
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In August 2014, during activities related to a shoreline erosion mitigation project, petroleum-contaminated soil was discovered at the Barrow Sewage Pump Station 4, located on property owned by Arctic Slope Regional Corporation. Diesel range organics were confirmed in subsurface soil above the DEC Method 1 cleanup level. Other petroleum compounds were confirmed below DEC cleanup levels. Contamination is believed to be due to past activities. The site and surrounding area were used for diesel and gasoline fuel storage for the village power plant and village store from the 1940s to 1960s. There is anecdotal information that a storm in October 1963 may have resulted in damage to fuel drums stored on site and the subsequent release of a large volume of fuel. Review by DEC of the investigation on the property will allow DRO contaminated soil to remain on the property at levels that are above the maximum allowable DRO concentrations (maximum of 13,000 mg/kg); however, the area where greatest concentrations were detected will be encased within sheet pile walls being constructed to prevent flood and erosion.
|Action Date||Action||Description||DEC Staff|
|10/1/2014||Potentially Responsible Party/State Interest Letter||Potentially Responsible Party / State Interest Letter sent to Arctic Slope Regional Corporation by PERP staff Wesley Ghormley.||Mitzi Read|
|10/2/2014||Update or Other Action||Ghormley provides direction to ASRC and NSB requesting release investigation, including determining extent and type of contamination, property history, and a sampling plan.||John Carnahan|
|11/14/2014||Site Characterization Workplan Approved||WP to conduct release investigation approved by PERP via email. Document titled 'Environmental Sampling Plan.'||John Carnahan|
|3/10/2015||Spill Transferred from Prevention Preparedness and Response Program||Spill transferred by PERP staff Wesley Ghormley. Spill no. 14399926501, spill date = 9/22/14, substance = historical petroleum; quantity = unknown; PERP file no. 300.02.135.||Mitzi Read|
|3/18/2015||Site Added to Database||A new site has been added to the database||Mitzi Read|
|3/18/2015||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking||Initial ranking with ETM completed for source area id: 79749 name: Historical Petroleum Contamination||Mitzi Read|
|3/20/2015||Report or Workplan Review - Other||Approved the Soil Investigation Report (FINAL) for Pump Station 4 and Erosion Revetment Project areas. Contaminated that exceeded maximum allowable diesel range (DRO) identified in one sample on PS4 property, and allowed to remain at depth. Direction provided to manage all excavated material from the site accordingly with no onsite spreading of material with concentrations that exceed 250 mg/kg as DRO.||John Carnahan|
|12/18/2015||Report or Workplan Review - Other||Provide comments to RESCON response to DEC comments on draft work plan, to allow finalization of work plan.||John Carnahan|
|1/21/2016||Cleanup Plan Approved||Provided approval (email) for revised workplan for PS4 upgrade and contaminated soil management.||John Carnahan|
|8/15/2016||Update or Other Action||Sent request for update inquiry to the appropriate individuals.||John Carnahan|
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