Site Report: ADOT&PF Kodiak Airport Apron Drums
|Site Name:||ADOT&PF Kodiak Airport Apron Drums|
|Address:||US Coast Guard Airport, Kodiak, AK 99615|
|Staff:||Curtis Dunkin, 9072693053 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.
During the removal of an underground storage tank system/airport apron upgrade, drums containing residual oil as well as jet fuel or diesel fuel were encountered. These materials apparently were abandoned while the Coast Guard managed the site. ADOT&PF worked with the department to allow the apron upgrade to continue. 22 drums filled with tar, various metallic debris, and 1,600 cubic yards of DRO, RRO impacted soil were removed in 2001. The site is on the current parking apron and is covered with asphalt. Contaminated soil remains above cleanup levels. Groundwater was not encountered at excavation depths of 18-feet. The site is currently in the FUDS program, but is a low priority due to limited exposure pathways (2007).
|Action Date||Action||Description||DEC Staff|
|4/27/2001||Interim Removal Action Approved||ADOT&PF was approved to excavate contaminated soils encountered during their apron upgrade and stockpile at the Coast Guard base.||Don Fritz|
|5/14/2001||Cleanup Plan Approved||Excavation plan addendum to interim removal action approved.||Don Fritz|
|8/29/2001||Site Added to Database||Petroleum contamination.||Bruce Wanstall|
|8/29/2001||Site Ranked Using the AHRM||Preliminary ranking. Pillar Creek and Monashka Creek Reservoirs provide water, which is stored and distributed by pipe throughout the area.||Bruce Wanstall|
|1/9/2003||Update or Other Action||Comment letter provided for August 2002 soil sampling analytical report. The report was inadequate, and failed to relay needed information to evaluate what took place||Don Fritz|
|2/3/2004||Update or Other Action||Received a current conditions report from the Coast Guard. The intent is to have remaining contamination at the site addressed under the Solid Waste Management Unit 16 for the Kodiak Coast Guard Base.||Don Fritz|
|2/19/2004||Update or Other Action||Received a memo from the Coast Guard to the Army Corps of Engineers requesting the Airport Apron drum site be worked as a Fud based on a Current Conditions Report. Memo states that the contamination occurred while a DOD site prior to Coast Guard occupation||Don Fritz|
|3/22/2004||Update or Other Action||File number assigned and entered into the Fileroom DB and CS DB.||Alyce Hughey|
|9/7/2005||GIS Position Updated||Using Figure 2 from a Site Closure Report, from T & R Environmental Consulting Inc., dated August 2002, in conjunction with TopoZone Pro, entered the coordinates for this site. Metadata includes USGS Topo Maps 1:63K, TopoZone Pro Street Maps, Black and White Aerial Photo, on a Medium Size Map, View Scale 1:24,000, Coordinate Datum NAD83. Moderate to high degree of confidence in accuracy of location.||Alyce Hughey|
|11/18/2005||Update or Other Action||File sent to Anchorage from Soldotna, and changed project manager from Don Fritz to Jeff Brownlee.||Alyce Hughey|
|3/28/2007||Update or Other Action||Site is currently in the FUDS program, but considered a low priority due to limited exposure pathways.||Jeff Brownlee|
|3/28/2007||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking||Jeff Brownlee|
|9/15/2016||Site Visit||ADEC Contaminated Sites program staff conducted site visits and inspections of the contaminated sites which are located on the USCG Base Kodiak between September 15-16, 2016.||Curtis Dunkin|
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