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Site Report: Marshall Fish Processing Plant

Site Name: Marshall Fish Processing Plant
Address: N. End of Poltes Avenue, East Bank of Yukon River, Marshall, AK 99585
File Number: 2428.38.005
Hazard ID: 3354
Status: Active
Staff: Julie Fix, 9074655368 julie.fix@alaska.gov
Latitude: 61.884500
Longitude: -162.091000
Horizontal Datum:WGS84

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Problems/Comments

This tank farm consisted of a gasoline and diesel tank. According to the manager of the plant, the gasoline tank (formerly used to fuel boats) had been removed a number of years ago. He also said they had had a small release of fuel oil a while back near the generator day tank. This tank farm will continue to have its own fuel oil tank operation and not undergo any consolidation. Visual Assessment: *The gasoline tank was gone and the ground in this area had been disturbed. The dispenser hose from this former tank was still lying on the ground on the other side to the road. *The fuel oil tank is still used to fuel a generator for the processing plant. The tank appears to sit on fill materials approximately 5 feet above road level. There is a small bermed and lined area under the tank. *The generator is located approximately 15 to 20 feet northwest of the fuel oil tank. *The fuel oil tank and generator are approximately 50 to 75 feet from the Yukon River. In the 2000 Site Reconnaissance Report by HartCroswer, one soil sample from the Fish Processing Plant was sent for laboratory analysis. It was collected from a boring situated approximately 5 feet north of the mid-part of the generator and was collected from a depth of 4.5 feet bgs. GRO concentrations were 344 ppm, DRO concentrations were 11,200 ppm and benzene concentrations were 0.930 ppm.

Action Information

Action Date Action Description DEC Staff
11/1/2000 Report or Workplan Review - Other Reviewed an old HartCrowser Site Reconnaissance Report for sampling events in Marshall October, 2000, reported in November 2000 (reviewed on 5/12/2009). The one soil sample sent in for laboratory analysis found GRO at 344 mg/kg; DRO at 11,200 mg/kg; Benzene at 0.930 mg/kg; Toluene at 7.19 mg/kg which all exceed Migration to Groundwater cleanup levels. Pam Clemens
4/16/2003 Site Added to Database DRO and GRO contamination. Deborah Williams
7/15/2004 Update or Other Action File number changed from 2428.42.002 to 2428.38.003 Sarah Cunningham
7/20/2007 Exposure Tracking Model Ranking Bill O'Connell
7/23/2007 Update or Other Action A figure provided by ADEC Drinking Water Protection Program indicates the production wells that supply the Marshall drinking water system are upgadient from this contaminated site. Bill O'Connell
10/2/2009 Update or Other Action Changed file number to 2428.38.005 to separate out the information previously associated with 2428.38.003 Pam Clemens
12/6/2012 Potentially Responsible Party/State Interest Letter Bill O'Connell
11/3/2014 Update or Other Action No new information or change in site status. Keather McLoone
10/7/2016 Update or Other Action Request for Site Characterization sent on this date. Site Characterization Work Plan is due December 8, 2016. Lisa Griswold
12/13/2016 Update or Other Action Letter indicating that another site in the village of Marshall had hired an environmental consultant and giving contact information sent on this date. Due to this new development, the site characterization work plan deadline is extended to February 11, 2017. Lisa Griswold
5/12/2017 Update or Other Action Letter sent to RP notifying of site management transfer to Rodman and that the site characterization work plan should be submitted as soon as possible to Rodman as it is now past due. Lisa Griswold
5/12/2017 Update or Other Action Site transferred to Rodman Lisa Griswold
9/14/2018 Workplan Requested Work plan request letter mailed to RP via USPS First Class. Work plan due November 15. Amy Rodman

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