Telair International, Hazardous Waste Management Facility, Second Postclosure Permit

Summary

SCH Number
2005098102
Public Agency
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Document Title
Telair International, Hazardous Waste Management Facility, Second Postclosure Permit
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
9/8/2005

Document Description
The second postclosure permit outlines the procedures to fulfill regulatory requirements, which consist of three primary functions: (1) maintenance and operation of closure structures and groundwater extraction systems, (2) environmental monitoring, and (3) maintenance of financial mechanisms to fund the postclosure activities. The following postclosure activities are described in the existing postclosure permit and continue in the second postclosure permit: 1) Monitoring groundwater elevation and water quality at the facility, 2) Managing contaminated groundwater from the HWMF by extraction for onsite treatment, 3) Inspecting, maintaining, and repairing the structures at the facility, on a routine basis and after extreme natural occurences, and 4) Providing a financial mechanism throughout the entire postclosure period to fund the above postclosure activities, 5) Restricting land use to ensure that site is not used for residential or other sensitive uses and groundwater is not used for any purpose.

Contact Information
Ramond Leclerc
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Lead/Public Agency
8800 Cal Center Drive
Sacramento, CA 95826

Phone : (916) 255-3582

Location

Cities
Thousand Oaks
Counties
Ventura

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Other
Type, Section or Code
Section 15061(b)(3)
Reasons for Exemption
1. Groundwater monitoring and cleanup activities are ongoing. No new construction was approved. No new treatment activities were required. 2. Sources of contamination in the soil at the site have been remediated to protect human health and the environment. 3. A negative declaration was prepared and certified in 1998 in support of the remediation of site soil and the groundwater extraction and treatment system. 4. DTSC has updated the groundwater monitoring requirements. It revised the Corrective Action Groundwater Monitoring Sampling plan to more adequately monitor the site hydrogeology. Major features of the groundwater monitoring program include: a list of Constituents of Concern, Concentration Limits, Monitoring Points, and a Reporting Program. The changes are minor and reflect additional experience at the site, not a significant new groundwater problem. 5. The postclosure permit includes provisions to restrict future land uses. Any future new use of the site will also require an amendment of the postclosure permit, pursuit to the specific conditions stated therein. A Land Use Covenant and deed restrictions are also in place that limit future use of the property and groundwater and provide notice of its former hazardous waste uses. 6. Recent inspections have revealed no failures or malfunctions in the monitoring or treatment systems.

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