Formerly Used Defense Site Camp San Luis Obispo -Munitions Response Site 09 - Remedial Investigation / Feasibility Study
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Recreational and Agricultural
The purpose of this project is to investigate, identify and/or treat any former military munitions that may be still present at the CSLO Munitions Response Site (MRS) 09. The proposed activities include investigation (by personnel walking the site using battery operated geophysical equipment); excavation with hand tools of individually identified subsurface MEC/anomalies; treatment of collected items, which may include MEC open detonation; and transportation of equipment on existing roads.
In accordance with California Health and Safety Code, Chapter 6.8, Section 25300 et seq., the project is the proposed approval by DTSC of a Remedial Investigation / Feasibility Study (RI/FS) Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for Camp San Luis Obispo (CSLO) (October 2019) to investigate Munitions Response Site (MRS) 09, CSLO. The United States Army Corps of Engineers proposes to execute the RI/FS to define target areas at MRS 09, CLSO (the Site). During the investigation, there is a remote chance that munitions or explosives of concern (MEC) will be found that are unsafe to move and need to be disposed of by detonation. The RI/FS (July 2020) is incorporated by reference.
Department of Toxic Substances Control, Project Manager
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