The purpose of the project is to remediate soil impacted with petroleum hydrocarbons, such as diesel, pentachlorophenol, and dioxins and furans. The cleanup plan summaries the results of the investigations and evaluates removal action alternatives. The cleanup plan proposes to excavate approx 500 cy to ten ft below the ground surface and transport the impacted soil to a permitted facility and recording a land use covenant on the property to limit the site to recreational and/or commercial/industrial land use. The soil remediation will result in removal of a few trees and backfilling the excavation with up to 550 cy of clean soil and grading.
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