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Chevron Bulk Plant Camas Fact Sheet

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
Publication number Date Published
18-09-122December 2018
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Author(s) Sheila Coughlan
Description Ecology invites the public to comment on a on a Remedial Investigation (RI) report, Cleanup Action Plan (CAP) and the proposed removal from the Hazardous Sites List (HSL) for the former Chevron Bulk Terminal (site). Before entering into the 2003 Agreed Order with Ecology, Chevron had already begun an independent cleanup. To ensure that cleanup met state standards, the Agreed Order required Chevron to conduct an RI remedial investigation (RI) and feasibility study (FS) and implement the recommendations of the FS in a Cleanup Action Plan (CAP). Chevron wrote the draft RI report in 2015. Data in the report showed that TPH in soil were below MTCA Method B cleanup levels. Groundwater sampling stopped in 2015 after more than eight quarters showed TPH contamination was below MTCA Method A groundwater cleanup levels. Since the cleanup meets state standards, a Feasibility Study, which is typically written as part of the cleanup process is not required to evaluate cleanup alternatives. Therefore, the preferred cleanup alternative of the site of the CAP is no further action.
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Keywords TPH, hazardous sites list, groundwater, MTCA Method A, MTCA Method B
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