Site Report: Anvik Chase Enterprise Store TF
|Site Name:||Anvik Chase Enterprise Store TF|
|Address:||SE of Confluence of, Village Creek & Anvik Riv, Anvik, AK 99558|
|Staff:||Amy Rodman, 9074655368 firstname.lastname@example.org|
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This tank farm is located approximately 250 feet west of the Anvik River and consists of two horizontal steel tanks (total capacity of 10,520 gallons). The tanks appear to be empty. Tank #1 was labeled "GAS" and tank #2 was labeled "STOVE OIL." The tanks appear to be in fair condition. Evidence of overfilling was observed on both tanks. The tanks are situated against a steep slope, which has eroded, covering the back of the tanks with 2 to 5 feet of sandy silt. The soil sample collected from this site was obtained from in front of the tank labeled "STOVE OIL" and contained 2,780 ppm DRO. This analytical sample was one of five locations screened using a PID and the only location with a hydrocarbon odor noted and a PID > 0.5 ppm at 50 ppm.
|Action Date||Action||Description||DEC Staff|
|10/17/2000||Update or Other Action||Site Reconnaissance, Abandonded Bulk Fuel Storage Facilities, Villiage of Anvik Alaska Report submitted by Shannon & Wilson and recieved by the ADEC on this date.||Grant Lidren|
|4/21/2003||Site Added to Database||DRO contamination.||Deborah Williams|
|7/15/2004||Update or Other Action||File number changed from 2405.42.002 to 2405.38.001||Sarah Cunningham|
|4/7/2008||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking||Initial ranking with ETM completed.||Bill O'Connell|
|6/6/2008||GIS Position Updated||Coordinates updated with Google Earth Pro||Grant Lidren|
|3/5/2009||Meeting or Teleconference Held||Teleconference today with Anvik, EPA Brownfields, and DEC Brownfields to discuss potential methods of addressing contamination at former tank farms in Anvik. Additional conversations were held with IGAP following the meeting.||Bill O'Connell|
|2/3/2014||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking||A new updated ranking with ETM has been completed for source area 74338 ASTs.||Keather McLoone|
|1/12/2015||Potentially Responsible Party/State Interest Letter||Sent to Deloy Ges as landowner.||Keather McLoone|
|3/8/2016||Update or Other Action||Letter sent to PRP requesting status update and site characterization work plan for site due by May 9, 2016.||Lisa Griswold|
|8/22/2016||Update or Other Action||Tribal Council made contact to inquire about Brownfields funding. Was referred to Contaminated Sites Brownfield's program.||Lisa Griswold|
|5/10/2017||Update or Other Action||Site transferred to Rodman||Lisa Griswold|
|4/23/2018||Workplan Requested||Letter with site summary for four Anvik tank farm sites mailed to RP requesting work plan. Work plan due on June 15, 2018.||Amy Rodman|
|8/23/2018||Meeting or Teleconference Held||Teleconference between ADEC CSP staff, Deloy Ges Inc. staff, and local brownfields tribal response program coordinator. Discussed seven contaminated sites in ADEC's contaminated sites database, where Deloy Ges Inc. was listed as one of the responsible parties. Discussed liability, site history, and other potential responsible parties. ADEC will provide site file, liability proof, and site intake reason to Deloy Ges Inc. staff.||Amy Rodman|
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