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Restover Truck Stop Ground Water Monitoring, August and October 1995

Publication number Date Published
96-312March 1996
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Author(s) Marti, P.
Description This document is one in a series describing the results of ground water sampling at Restover Truck Stop. Ecology has conducted ground water sampling at the site from 1987 to the present. To remediate soil and ground water contamination a vapor extraction system (VES) was constructed in the summer of 1993. The VES has been operating since February 1994. To help determine the effectiveness of the cleanup, ground water monitoring was expanded from semiannual to quarterly sampling in the fall of 1993. This technical document describes the results of samples collected in August and October 1995.
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Keywords Model Toxic Control Act, nonpoint, soil, hydrocarbons, creek, nitrogen, appendix, wells, model, water, water quality, monitoring, toxic, watershed, vapor, petroleum, point source, laboratory, ground water monitoring, groundwater, ground water, ammonia, best management practice
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 23 Upper Chehalis
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #RESTOVER