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Site Report: Anvik Commercial Co. Tank Farm


Site Name: Anvik Commercial Co. Tank Farm
Address: ~100' SE of Anvik River, Anvik, AK 99558
File Number: 2405.38.005
Hazard ID: 3364
Status: Active
Staff: Amy Rodman, 9074655368 amy.rodman@alaska.gov
Latitude: 62.656300
Longitude: -160.203000
Horizontal Datum:WGS84

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Problems/Comments

This tank farm is located approximately 100 feet west of the Anvik River and consisted of four horizontal steel tanks (total capacity of 21,835 gallons). The tanks appear to be empty and not in use. The July 14, 1998 assessment report indicated that a fifth tank was present at that time. A diesel odor was noted in the vicinity of the tanks, and staining was apparent in several areas near the front of the tanks. The soil sample collected from near the dispenser shed contained 16,200 mg/kg DRO and 99.7 mg/kg GRO.

Action Information

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
4/21/2003 Site Ranked Using the AHRM Preliminary ranking. Deborah Williams
7/15/2004 Update or Other Action File number changed from 2405.42.002 to 2405.38.001 Sarah Cunningham
11/29/2006 Update or Other Action Staff transferred from Pikul to Jaynes. Aggie Blandford
4/8/2008 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
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
8/8/2016 Report or Workplan Review - Other 2013 Phase I ESA reviewed on this date. Report details status and location of four ASTs on property as well as cement foundation, dispenser shed, and possible mixed contaminants. Tribal entity contacted ADEC and informed that the consultant is currently writing a work plan and QAPP for a co-mingled phase 2 ESA. Lisa Griswold
8/29/2016 Report or Workplan Review - Other Environmental Management Plan (Phase II ESA work plan) reviewed on this date. Work plan includes advancing test pits and hand auger in areas of stained soil to evaluate for petroleum contamination while also testing the paint outside the tanks for lead. Work plan references and revises an E3 Environmental LLC QAPP for Anvik. The work plan was conditionally approved upon if groundwater is encountered, a sample will be taken at the soil water interface. Lisa Griswold
5/11/2017 Update or Other Action Letter sent to RP to request an updated on the work plan that was approved in August 2016 and to inform that project management was being transferred to Rodman. Lisa Griswold
5/11/2017 Update or Other Action Site transferred to Rodman Lisa Griswold

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