ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRESS SUMMARY TABLE for the NAVAL EDUCATION & TRAINING CENTER SUPERFUND SITE, NEWPORT, RI

As of March 19, 2008

 

 

 

SITE NAME

 

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE TO DATE

 

ESTIMATED COST TO COMPLETE

AVG. ANNUAL MONITORING COST

 

CURRENT PHASE (DATE1)

 

NEXT STEP(S) & PROJECTED DATE

 

SITE REMEDY

ACHIEVED?

 

 

 

CLEANUP ACTION TAKEN?

 

PROJECTED DATE FOR COMPLETION

 

 

ISSUES

(SEE KEY)

McAllister Point Landfill (OU1, Site 1)

$25.5 M

$5.7 M

$200K/year

O&M

12 Feb 1997

- Continue annual monitoring until 2034

- Final Addendum to LTMP

YES

11.5 acre RCRA C cap

N/A

E; F

McAllister Point Landfill Marine Sediment (OU4, Site 1)

Included in OU 1 Costs above

Included in OU 1 Costs above

$190K/year

O&M

13 Sep 2005

- Continue annual monitoring until 2034

- Final Addendum to LTMP

YES

46,270 tons sediment dredged; 86 tons metal removed; 19 tons submarine netting removed;54.12 tons of metal debris was disposed of in April 2002

N/A

E; F

Melville North Landfill

????????

N/A

N/A

Site Closeout?

Resolve Sheen issue with RIDEM

YES

10 acre Landfill removal

N/A

G

Derecktor Shipyard (OU5, Site 19)

$9.1 M

$9.3 M

 

FS

12 Feb 1996

Final FS for Marine sediments (June 08) Risk assessment for on shore areas (late 08)

NO

60 cy Sandblast grit removed; 15,868 tons of soil removed; 12,004 tons of asphalt and 1016 tons of concrete removed;3,800 gallons of storm water disposed

2021 (Offshore) & 2013 (Onshore)

A; B; K; M

OFFTA & SWOS (OU3, Sites 9 & 20)

$12 M

5.0 M (Norm)

$7.0 M

 

FS

23 Mar 1992

Draft Final FS revision (July 08); Revetment construction

NO

22,839 tons soil removed;2,523 tons of concrete debris; 24.4 tons of scrap metal; 5 cy of asbestos; Additional excavation of 2500 tons of soil and concrete 2008.

2021

A; B; E; F; G; H; I; K; L; N;O

Gould Island, Former Bldg. 32 (OU6, Site 17)

$3.5 M+PCB RA

$4.5 M

 

RI

5 Aug 2004

Draft Final QAPP (July 08) and field invest (09))

NO

4,501 tons PCB-contaminated soil and concrete removed

2013

M

Gould Island, Building 44 Demolition & UST Remediation

??????

NAVSTA Funded[SSP1] 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

YES

366 tons of PCB-contaminated soil and concrete; [SSP2] 2,106 tons of scrap metal; 759 tons of asphalt roof material; 76 tons of wood and steel;4,841 tons of concrete roadway debris; and assorted measures of asbestos removed; 8840 tons of TPH-contaminated soil and 326,416 gallons of water were removed at Bldg. 44 UST

N/A

 

NUSC Disposal Area-OU7, Site 8

$6.7 M ???

$3.6 M

 

RI

28 Sep 06

RI fieldwork (Through Aug 08) & Draft RI (12/08)

NO

36 drums and 349 tons of soil were removed

2021

L; M

Tank Farm 1 (Site 7)

$2 M - DESC

$1.1 M - Navy

 

SI

RI Work Plan (Jun 09)

NO

DESC cleanup under RIDEM UST regs

2014

B; G; L; N; O

Tank Farm 2 (Site 10)

$2 M - DESC

$1.1 M - Navy

 

SI

RI Work Plan (Jun 09)

NO

DESC cleanup under RIDEM UST regs

2014

B; G; L; N; O

Tank Farm 3 (Site 11)

$2 M - DESC

$1.1 M - Navy

 

SI

RI Work Plan (Jun 09)

NO

DESC cleanup under RIDEM UST regs

2014

B; G; L; N; O

Tank Farm 4 (Site 12)

$6.3 M

$1.7 M

 

SI

Data Gap Work Plan (June 08) & Risk assessment (2009)

NO

2,968 tons soil removed;19.9 tons of sediment and 3,930 gallons of water removed from Ruin 2 oil/water separator

2013

B; G; L; N; O

Tank Farm 5 (OU2, Site 13)

$7.5 M

$1.7 M

 

PP

23 Mar 1992

Data Gap Work Plan (June 08) & Risk assessment (2009); Treat plant demolition 2009

NO

33,313 tons soil removed; 11,366,200 gallons Groundwater pumped & treated in system at Tanks 53 & 56; 20,503,388 gallons of tank ballast water treated and discharged to POTW

2013

B; G; L; N; O

Coddington Cove Rubble Fill Area (Site 4)

$125K

$2.5 M

 

SI

SASE Work Plan (Jun 10)

NO

None; Site access restricted via a fence

2014

 

Melville Water Tower (Site 21)

$620 K

$220 K

 

SI

Final Removal Completion (Apr 08); Risk assessment (June 08)

NO

Tower removed; 929 tons of soil excavated in summer 2007

2014

None

Carr Point (UXO Site 1)

$1.4 M

$1.9 M

 

SI

DF SI Work Plan (July 08)

NO

None

2015

None

1Date of Remedial action completion for O&M sites or date of investigation start
KEY TO OUTSTANDING ISSUES, IMPEDIMENTS TO PROGRESS, & AREAS OF DISAGREEMENT

 

A: Clean Up goals

B: Area or volume of excavation or remediation

C: Number of samples

D: Location of samples

E: Frequency of monitoring

F: Type of monitoring

G: Interpretation of regulations regarding whether a sheen constitutes free product (i.e., DNAPL)

H: Authority of regulatory agencies (e.g., field decisions; post-ROD authority)

I: Appropriateness of future or existing land use

J: Enforceability of institutional controls (e.g., fishing advisories; in-place instruction; site access)

K: Remedy selection

L: Background or naturally occurring concentrations

M: Site boundaries

N: Non-CERCLA regulated compounds (e.g., TPH)

O: Removal of potential source areas (e.g., underground piping)

 

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KEY TO PHASES OF CLEANUP

 

SD: Site discovery

PA: Preliminary Assessment

SI: Site Inspection (sometimes referred to as a SASE Site Assessment Screening Evaluation)

RI: Remedial Investigation

FS: Feasibility Study

PP: Proposed Plan (sometimes referred to as a PRAP Proposed Remedial Action Plan)

ROD: Record of Decision

RD: Remedial Design

RA: Remedial Action

O&M: Operation & Maintenance

 


 [SSP1]I am pretty sure this was a UST program effort

 [SSP2]This was the amount that we researched out of the closeout report. This was a separate effort from the main PCB removal work.

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