Apex Envirotech, Inc. is proposing bioremediation at the site of a gasoline and diesel fuel spill within the California Department of Transportation’s (Caltrans) right-of-way along State Route 70 in Plumas County at post mile 35.479. The site is the location of an overturned tanker truck that spilled approximately 1,960 gallons of gasoline and approximately 2,700 gallons of diesel fuel on September 14, 2018. In the days following the spill, there was an extensive cleanup effort to remove contaminated soil. The work proposed by Apex Envirotech, Inc. would include the application of Micro-Blaze Emergency Liquid Spill Control (Micro-Blaze) diluted in water to soils in both road shoulders using a water truck with a pressurized hose. Following the application of Micro-Blaze, a six-week remediation period would follow with weekly inspections of the moisture and runoff systems, followed by confirmation soil sampling at the 90-day point, in accordance with a bioremediation workplan. The work would require temporary lane/shoulder closures. Caltrans will issue an encroachment permit (0222-6MC-0233) for the proposed work within the right-of-way.