SCH Number 2004052140


Project Info

Title
Oakland International Airport Materials Management Program
Description
The Port of Oakland (Port) is implementing a program at Oakland International Airport (OIA) to manage materials generated from ongoing construction, demolition, maintenance, and operations-related projects and activities throughout the Port Area. The original scope of the MMP calls for establishing up to four management sites on OIA property. These sites will be used for processing and stockpiling of materials generated from construction projects on Port property, and recycling and reuse of the processed construction materials for future Port projects. The purpose of establishing these MMP sites is to achieve a consistent, Airport-wide management program to recycled and reuse processed construction materials. Materials eligible for on-site recycling include clean concrete rubble, asphalt rubble, vegetation from grubbing activities, and excavated soils. Prior to transport to a material management site, soil would be sampled in-situ or from construction site stockpiles and tested for concentrations of possible contaminants to assess whether it is clean. Only soil with concentrations below the Regional Water Quality Control Boards commercial Environmental Screening Levels (ESLs) would be considered clean and would be transported to the materials management sites for recycling and reuse. Soil with concentrations greater than the commercial ESLs would be transported off-site to an appropriate disposal facility.
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Type Lead Agency Received Title
Port of Oakland Oakland International Airport Materials Management Program
Port of Oakland Oakland International Airport Materials Management Program
Port of Oakland Oakland International Airport Materials Management Program
Port of Oakland Oakland International Airport Materials Management Program