Toxic Substances Control, Department of
(Department of Toxic Substances Control)
Revised Corrective Measure Study
NOE - Notice of Exemption
The project is the approval of a revised Corrective Measure Study for the Capping of soil to prevent direct exposure to Metal; Cyanide, and Total Petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH), Soil Vapor control System to remediate and mitigate volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and subsequently prevent vapor intrusion in to structures, continued groundwater monitoring for monitoring free product and water levels. Lastly, Land Use Convenant (LUC) will be recorded to prohibit residential use and prevent the use of the groundwater for drinking or irrigation. The project is the final action for the site. The remedy presented reduces the human health-based risk assessments to an acceptable standard for commercial use.
The Former Industrial Zinc Plating Site (Site) is an approximately two-acre parcel of land located at 3200 East 29th Street in Long Beach, California. The Site was historically part of a City of Long Beach landfill, part of a military base, and since 1964 has been developed as a commercial/industrial site. Industrial Zinc Plating purchased the Site in 1982 and performed zinc cyanide and zinc chloride plating on iron substrates. Detergent cleaning, electroplating, hydrochloric acid pickling, nitric acid bright dipping, and zinc electroplating were conducted on site in nine plating vats with various above ground plating lines. Prior to purchase by IZP, the Site was use in nine plating vats with various aboveground plating lines. Prior to purchase by IZP, the Site was used primarily for paint and plastics manufacturing. IZP abandoned the Property in 2004 - NOTE: See NOE for detailed information.
The project is a minor action designed to prevent, minimize, stabilize, or eliminate the release of threat of release of hazardous waste or hazardous substances. The project will not exceed $1 million in cost. The project does not involve the onsite use of a hazardous waste incinerator or thermal treatment unit or the relocation of residences or businesses and does not involve potential relase into the air of volatile organic compunds as defined Health and Safety Code.
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