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Site Report: AT&T Alascom Delta Junction Station


Site Name: AT&T Alascom Delta Junction Station
Address: Mile 1422 Alaska Highway, Delta Junction, AK 99737
File Number: 120.38.008
Hazard ID: 2944
Status: Cleanup Complete - Institutional Controls
Staff: IC Unit, 9074655229 dec.icunit@alaska.gov
Latitude: 64.037868
Longitude: -145.730072
Horizontal Datum:WGS84

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.

Problems/Comments

DRO/GRO contaminated soils were found at the former truck fill stand and waste oil contaminated soils at the former drum storage area. Total of 340 cubic yards. Site acreage is 2.7. One area of contamination remaining unde a building. PacifiCorps is negotiating to remove the building. Once the building is removed the contaminated soil under the building will be assessed and remediated.

Action Information

Action Date Action Description DEC Staff
6/23/1998 Site Ranked Using the AHRM Initial ranking by staff. Anne Marie Palmieri
6/23/1998 Update or Other Action Site accepted into the Voluntary Cleanup Program. Action rescinded and changed to Update on 1/29/03. Anne Marie Palmieri
7/2/1998 Site Added to Database DRO/GRO contaminated soils. Anne Marie Palmieri
2/27/2003 Update or Other Action Responsible Party field changed based on new information from PacificCorp Environmental Remediation Company. Elizabeth Stergiou
5/27/2005 Update or Other Action After reviewing the 2000 corrective action report, it appears that one area has contamination remaining under a building that will require assessment/remediation when the building is removed. Sent e-mail to Brandon Smith (PacifiCorp) requesting a project status update. Donald Seagren
6/7/2005 Update or Other Action E-mail from Brandon Smith.Will try for full closure. Building will need to be demolished. Asbestos survey in building required prior to demolition. Developing work plan for building assessment, demolition and then assessment & excavation of contaminated soils. Donald Seagren
7/27/2005 GIS Position Updated Using Figures 1.2 and 1.3 from a Phase II Site Investigation Delta Junction Terminal Station from Woodward-Clyde, dated December 29, 1997 in conjunction with TopoZone Pro, entered the coordinates for this site. Metadata include No Topo Basemap, TopoZone Pro Street Map, Black and White Aerial Photo, on a Medium Size Map, View Scale 1:10,000, Coordinate Datum, NAD83. High degree of confidence in accuracy of location. Alyce Hughey
8/1/2005 Update or Other Action Have not received a work plan. Sent an e-mail inquiring into the development of the work plan for demolition and then assessment and remediation of the contaminated soils. Donald Seagren
12/16/2005 Update or Other Action Have not received any response. Sent an e-mail to the consultant and AT&T to let ADEC know what thier plans are for achieving site closure. Work plans should be submitted and approved this winter for implementation after breakup in 06. Donald Seagren
12/20/2005 Update or Other Action Received e-mail from Brandon Smith. He stated they are till negotiating whether or not to demolish the building and who will be responsible for it. Until building is removed, contamination under the building cannot be accessed. Donald Seagren
8/25/2006 Cleanup Plan Approved review and approve soil cleanup plan Donald Seagren
9/22/2006 Update or Other Action Approved transport of 225 tons of petroleum contaminated soil to OIT in Fairbanks for thermal remdiation Donald Seagren
4/6/2007 Exposure Tracking Model Ranking Donald Seagren
7/11/2007 Site Characterization Report Approved REviewed Construction Completion Report & 06 Interim Soil Remediation Report. All accessible contamianted soil has been removed and thermally remediated at OIT in Fairbanks. Contamianted soil remains beneath the Power Building. Additional assessment &/or corrective actin will be required should this soil become accessible. No GW encountered. A conditional closure letter will be written for this site. Donald Seagren
7/19/2007 Conditional Closure Approved Conditional Closure approved. Contamianted soil remains under the power building exceeding clenaup levels. Additional assessment required if building is ever removed. GW not encouontered. Donald Seagren
7/19/2007 Institutional Control Record Established Administrative update (10/25/07) Evonne Reese
6/12/2008 Update or Other Action Site transferred from Don Seagren to Paul Horwath per Linda Nuechterlein. Alyce Hughey
11/14/2011 Exposure Tracking Model Ranking A new updated ranking with ETM has been completed for source area 73919 Misc spills/releases. Alyce Hughey
11/10/2014 Update or Other Action Staff changed from Paul Horwath to IC Unit. Kristin Brown
1/2/2015 Institutional Control Update An IC reminder letter was issued to the responsible party on this date. Kristin Brown
8/27/2015 Institutional Control Compliance Review IC compliance review conducted, an IC reminder letter was send in January of 2015. The reminder system has been set up to send reminder letters on a recurring basis. Evonne Reese

Contaminant Information

Name Level Description Media Comments
DRO Between Method 2 Migration to Groundwater and Human Health/Ingestion/Inhalation Soil

Control Type

Type Details
CS Database Notation And Letter To Landowner/RP Contaminted soil is unde building. ADEC must be notified for appropriate actions if contaminated soil becomes accessible

Requirements

Description Details
When Contaminated Soil is Accessible, Remediation Should Occur contamianted soil under building. if buildign is removed ADEC must be contacted for appropriate actions

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