Site Report: ADOT&PF Airport Maintenance Shop-Kodiak
|Site Name:||ADOT&PF Airport Maintenance Shop-Kodiak|
|Address:||1500 Anton Larsen Road, Kodiak, AK 99615|
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During an inspection on November 19, 1991, 85 barrels of RC 800 asphalt, which approximately 20 barrels were rusted and leaking product onto the ground. Approximate area contaminated 100' X 50', and sample tested 4.5 ppm benzene.
|Action Date||Action||Description||DEC Staff|
|12/29/2006||Site Ranked Using the AHRM||Site ranked using the AHRM.||Alyce Hughey|
|12/29/2006||Update or Other Action||File number 2601.38.102 was assigned and entered into the Fileroom Database, and Contaminated Sites Database.||Alyce Hughey|
|12/29/2006||GIS Position Updated||Using the map in the Remediation Work Plan, Kodiak Department of Transportation, in conjunction with TopoZone Pro, entered the coordinates for this site. Metadata includes USGS Topo Map Automatic Selection, TopoZone Pro Street Maps, on a Medium Size Map, View Scale 1:25,000, Coordinate Datum NAD83. High degree of confidence in accuracy of location.||Alyce Hughey|
|12/29/2006||Site Added to Database||Site added to the database.||Alyce Hughey|
|1/10/2007||Site Closure Approved||This release was related to a 91 HW program inspection where 3 areas of concern were observed. They were: dried yellow and white road paint behind the shop; used oil in the waste oil tank; and leaking drums of RC 800 asphalt cutback. During the 92/93 time frame, the deird road paint was picked up and disposed of in the Kodiak landfill. The used oil in the waste oil tank was burned for energy recovery. Tehleaking drum wer segregated. thos not, leaking weer re-stacked and coverd for protection until used. The leaking drums were pumped into a tanker truck for later use. the drums ere air dried, cut up and crushed and disposed of in the Koaidk landfill. The contmainted soil ws removed and replaced with clean gravel. the contaminated soil was re-cycled into imrovements to the airport tie down area. No contamiantion issue remain. Site closure approved.||Donald Seagren|
|4/6/2007||Exposure Tracking Model Ranking||Intitial Ranking Complete for Source Area: 75317 (Autogenerated Action)|
|6/10/2008||Update or Other Action||Site transferred from Don Seagren to Linda Nuechterlein per Linda Nuechterlein.||Alyce Hughey|
|For more information about this site, contact DEC at (907) 465-5390.|
|No ICs Required|
|Advance approval required to transport soil or groundwater off-site.|
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