Approval of Closure Plan for Drip Pads at a Former Wood Treatment Facility, San Diego Wood Preserving Co.
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
DTSC is considering approval of a Closure Plan for the San Diego Wood Preserving Company Project pursuant to the California Code of Regulations, Title 22 section 66264.445. The Closure Plan was required in compliance with the requirement of the Oversight Agreement for Closure of Drip Pads, Docket Number RPDD 06/07 SCC-4376. The facility previously utilized a centrally located treatment area that included three existing "drip pads." The CP proposes the demolition of drip pads, excavation of soil, backfilling, compaction, and installation of a low-permeability cap across the Site. A Land Use Covenant restricting the property to commercial/industrial use only will placed on the property. Groundwater at the site has been investigated and long term sampling and monitoring will also be required.
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