1 CLOSURE / CHANGE - IN- SERVICE REPLACEUNDERGROUNDSTORAGETANKS 1700/1800AREAS ATTHE MARlNECORPS.BASE,CAMPLEJEUNE,NORTHCAROLINA PROJECT N C-8264 REPORT FOR UST 1854 TANK # 5 & 6
2 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK CLOSURE REPORT GENERAL INFORMATION: A) Ownership of tanks. Commanding General Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune N.C. Marine corps Base Camp Lejeune PSC Box Jacksonville N.C (9 10) 4s l-5003 B) Facility Information. Bldg #1854 Tanks # 5 & 6 Marine Corps. base Camp Lejeune Jacksonville NC Onslow County (910) C) Contacts: 1) Primary contact. Mike Moore (Project Manager) Barnes Electric 55 South A St. Pensacola, Fl l ) Closure contractor. Mike Moore (Project Manager) Barnes Electric 55 South A St. Pensacola, FI l ) Primary consultant. Surti & Associates 2 17 Henderson Dr. Jacksonville, NC (910) ) Laboratory. Hydrologic Lab (I ) 1491 Twilight Trail Frankfixt, KY a) N.C. State Certification # 399
3 D) UST Information TANK NO. SIZE IN GAL. TANK LAST PREVIOLJS DIMENSIONS CONTENTS CONTENTS GAL. 8 dia. x 16 diesel fuel diesel fuel GAL. 8 dia. x 16 diesel fuel diesel fuel E) Site Characteristics. This site and the surrounding property belongs to the military and is currently being used as a maintenance facility for military vehicles, The site is still active at this time although fueling practices have been modified to accommodate tank replacement. There have been no formal reports indicating spills or releases at this site. This area is about 50% well drained Baymead soil that drains in south western direction toward the New River. Infiltration is rapid, and surface runoff is slow. Permeability is moderately rapid, and available water capacity is low. The seasonal high water table is 4 to 5 feet. C CLOSURE PROCEDURES A) Description of preparations for closure including steps taken to authorities, and steps taken to clean and purge the tanks. 1) Notice of intent submitted by base personnel. 2) Contacted the base fire marshal and contracting officer. 3) Checked tank for residual material. 4) Contacted P&W Oil to arrange for disposal of the residual fuel and the tanks, 5) GWAJST-2 submitted. B) Amount of residual material pumped from the tank. 1,800 gal is the sum total of product pumped from tanks 1,4,5,&6 removed from building C) Describe the storage and disposal of the residual material. The fuel was left in the tank until it was pumped out and remove from the site. D) Excavation 1) Excavation procedures, condition of the soil. The soil was removed with a backhoe and placed in a temporary containment area. To determine soil contamination levels, soils were continuously monitored with a PID able to detect volatile organic materials to a minimum of one ppm. Contaminated soils with readings of >I 0 ppm are seperated and further testing is done. Soils with readings <lo ppm are used as clean backfill.
4 2) Depth of tank burial (from land surface to top of tank). Top of tank was 4 (four) feet below the surface. 3) Quantity of soil removed. 53 cubic yards was initially removed from the site, approximately 6 cubic yards was returned to the hole as back fill and 48 cubic yards were taken to the base borrow pit as excess due to the proper aggregate being used for backfill. 4) Description of the soil type. The soil in this area ranges thorugh fine sand, fine sandy loam, to sandy clay at different layers. O-2 inches; gray (10 YR 5/l) fine sand; single grain; loose; few fine roots; strongly acid; clear wavy boundry. 2-9 inches; light gray ( 10 YR 7/2) fine sand; single grain; loose; few fine roots; strongly acid; clear wavy boundry inches; Light yellowish brown ( 10 YR 6/4) fine sand; single grain; loose; few soft nodules of dark yellowish brown (10 YR 4/4) organic-coated sand l/8 to l/4 inches in dia. few fine roots. strongly acid; clear wavy boundry inches; white (10 YR 8/2) fine sand; few coarse distinct very pale brown (10 YR 7/4) mottles; single grain; loose; few brownish yellow (10 YR 6/8) lamellae of fine sandy loam l/8 to l/4 inch thick. strongly acid; clear wavy boundry inches; brownish yellow (10 YR 6/6) fine sandy loam; weak fine subangular blocky structure; very friable; strongly acid; gradual wavy boundry inches; light yellowish brown (10 YR 6/4) fine sandy loam that has a strata of fine sand; few fine distinct light gray (10 YR 7/l) mottles; weak fine subangular blocky structure; very friable; strongly acid; gradual wavy boundry inches; light gray (10 YR 7/2) fine sand that has a strata of loamy fine sand; common medium distinct brown (10 YR 5/3) mottles; single grain; loose; strong acid. 5) Type and source of backfill used. The additional aggregate (78M) used for backfill was obtained from: Martin Marietta Aggregates P.O. Box Raliegh, N.C l l-4550 E) Contaminated Soil. 1) Description of how it was determined to what extent to excavate the soil. The amount of excavation was determined by what needed to be removed in order to remove the underground storage tank. The soil being removed was tested as it came out of the hole with a photo-ionization detector. Soil indicating 10 ppm or greater had a composite sample collected from all stock piled soil removed from the excavation and was submitted to the lab for accurate analysis. 2) Description of temporary storage and final disposal of soil All contaminated soil removed is placed on 30 mil. plastic with a straw bale berm then covered with 30 mil. plastic with the edges secured until test results are returned.
5 FIELD SCREENING A) Field screenings and observations. 1) Field screening is preformed with a Photo-ionization detector (P.1.D) and visual observations. The PID (Therm0 Environmental Instruments Model 580-B serial # 580b ) is calibrated with ISOBUTYLENE as per manufactures specifications. a) Tabulated results of field screenings. Sample ID# Soil depth Test Results FS-1 At Surface 52 PPm FS-2 5 foot 32 PPm FS-3 8 foot 28 PP FS-4 3 foot 15 PPm FS-5 2 foot 10 PPm FS-6 6 foot 12 PPm FS-7 3 foot 34 PPm FS-8 5 foot 27 PPm B) Sampling Points and Procedures. 1) Location of samples. The sampling points were located on the bottom of the excavation 2 ft. below the vertical center line of the tank and 2 ft. in from each end of the tank being removed. 2) Type of samples. Samples were of soil taken from the excavation. 3) Sample collection procedures Grab samples were taken from a backhoe bucket. 4) Depth of the soil samples (below the land surface). 14 foot below the surface. 5) Area of sampling. The samples were taken from the floor of the excavation. 6) Sample Identification. a) Laboratory samples are identified by bldg #, tank #, and sample # designated as S-1,2,3,... etc. (example S-l) b) Field samples are identified by bldg #, tank #, and sample # designated as FS-1,2,3... etc. (example FS-1) *Taken with PID.
6 C) Description ofgroundwater or surface water sampling procedures. Liquid samples are only taken if during the process of excavation groundwater seeps into the open pit. Water samples will then be taken in lieu of soil samples. Water was not encountered at this site. D) Quality Control Measures. 1) Description of soil sample handling procedures, a) The samples are collected from a backhoe bucket using a stainless steel spoon. b) The samples are then placed in a 4 to 8 Oz. jar with a teflon screw cap, the jars are filled completely full to allow no head space. c) The samples are immediately capped, labled, and placed in a ice chest to be maintained at 4 degrees Celsius for delivery to a certified laboratory. 2) Description of decontamination procedures. a) stainless steel tools are first washed with a non-phosphate detergent and tap water solution. b) The tool is then rinsed with organic-free deionized water. c) The tool is then wiped down with methanol and allowed to air dry. d) Upon completion of decontamination procedures the tools are wrapped in aluminum foil and placed in a plastic bag for storage until its next required use. e) Sterile jars are obtained from the lab. 3) Time and date samples were collected and submitted to the lab. Time:._.,...,_...,... 17:OO & 17:30 Date:..,..., Dec Date submitted to lab: Dec. I994 4) Description of quality control samples preformed. The closure contractor has not requested any quality control samples be preformed at this time. E) Investigation Results. 1) Results of Site Sensitivity Evaluation. 2) Methods of analyses used (U.S. EPA method number). ( ) 5030/3550 gasoline & diesel type fuels. (EPA limit lo/40 ppm) ( ) 5030 gasoline type fuel only. (EPA limit 10 ppm) (X) 3550 diesel type fuel only. (EPA limit 40 pp,m) ( ) TPH 9071 waste oil. (EPA limit 250 ppm) 3) Tabulated Laboratory results. LABORATORY LOCAL ID # TEST METHOD TEST RESULTS ID # S S S S below detection limit 3550 below detection limit ppm ppm
7 CLOSIIRE REPORT SlIMMARY: The 6000 gal. underground storage tanks (UST s) # & 6 used for the storage of diesel wel-c installed in I983 and was removed on 09 Dec The steel tanks were found to be in good condition with no visible holes or cracks. There was no odor or visible soil stains at the site. The close proximity of the two tanks prompted the removal of both tanks simultaneously. The p~1111p island and any related piping was located directly above the site to be cscavated and therefore was tested as stockpiled soil. P & W Oil pumped the waste product from tanks 1,4,5 & 6 at building 1854 at one time (one right after the other) without recording the quantity lanken f~rom each tank, therefore the quantity of residual product removed in this report is the SLIIII total of all four- tanks listed above. LABORATORY LOCAL ID # TEST METHOD TEST REStJLTS ID# is Sl 3550 below detection limit I854-5-S S I S below detection limit I.43 ppm 2.27 ppm I certifjr that this site meets state closure criteria in accordance with 15A NCAC 2N Pr. 2L, WIRO-CWS, Groundwater Guidelines within the scope of this contract. I was not physically present at the site when the underground storage tanks were excavated but have reviewed the inf ormation contained herein and believe it to be correct to the best of my knowledge. If there are any questions reqarding this report please feel free to call us at (910) Professional Engineer-
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12 H Y D 8 _ _ 3 L.~ G I C -.--A I -- N ~--. c -. December 20, 1994 REPOFCl!ING: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC m1cing: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC Attention: Richard Sample PROJECT NLMBER: FL DA!IE-: December 20, 1994 DATE RErExmD: December 14, X6--4 soil samples analyzed for Enclosed. is the laboratory report for the project described. above. If you have any questions or if we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact Jamie Fore. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you again soon. Respectfully, Laboratory Director 1491 Twilight Trail Cl Frankfort, KY 40601!3 502/ FAX 502/ ci Toll Free l-800/ ~-
13 coieany NAME: Surti & Asscrziates companyprcuecrnumber: &6 ixdroi.kic LAB I.D.#: 399 HYDROmIcPRmEcrNuMBEz: HYDROIJXXCSAMPLENUMBER: SAMPLE IDEMI'IFICATION: DATE SAMPLED: DATEEXTRACIED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: FL Sl 12/g/94 12/x/94 12/20/94 MEmmDTF%3550 ANALYSIS Diesel cxs No. E RESULT (q/kg) bdkg) 1.2 BDL BDL = Belcw Sample Detection SDL = Sample Detection Limit Limit cm: HEzwY0ILPFummr
14 COMPANY NAME: CCMPANYPRCJECI'NUMEER: HYDROIXGIC LAB I.D.#: HYDROICGICPRWECI'NUMBER: HYDROI.ce1cSAMPLENuMBm: SAMPLE IDENTIFICATION: DATE SAME'LED: DATEEXTFbXTED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: Su-ti &6 399 FL S2 12/g/94 12/16/94 12/20/94 & Associates METHOD TPH 3550 ANALYSIS Diesel CAS No. m P-03) 1.2 BDL BDL = Belcm Sample Detection SDL = Sample Detection Limit Limit cm: J33AvYOILPRESEm d91 Twiliqht Trail Cl Frankfort, KY L! X2/ FAX 502/ Cl Toil Fre ; -EG0/
15 COMPANY NAME: CmmNYPROJEmNuMBER: HYDROLOGIC LAB I.D.#: HYDROlxGIcPF0JEcrNuME3ER: HYDROJ-mJcSAME?LENuMBER: SAMPLE IDEM?IFICATION: DATE SAMPLED: DATE EXTRACTED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: Sri&i &6 399 FL S2 12/g/94 12/16/94 12/20/94 & Associates I-GTHOD TPH 3550 ANALYSIS CAS No. m RESULT mm) P-cl/kg 1 Diesel BDL = Belm~ Sample Detection SDL = Sample Detection Limit Limit ~-._I_~-- ia91 Twilight Tr=il Cl F rankfort, KY c3 502/ U FAX 502/875-eQ16 3 Toi; FTS~ i -809/72!
16 !j Y D g 0 L 0 G! C, I N C COMPANY NAME: companyprojectnljmber: HYDROIXXXC LAB I.D.#: HYDRO~ICPRCJECI'NUMBER: HYDRO~ICSAMPLENUMBER: SAMPLE IDEHI'IFICATION: DATE SAMPLED: DATE EXTRACTED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: Surti & Associates &6 399 ETL Sl 12/g/94 12/16/94 12/20/94 MECHODTPH 3550 ANALYSIS Diesel CAS No. a (4%) BDL = Below Sample Detection SDL = Sample Detection Limit Limit
17 H Y D R 0 L 0 G I c COMPANY 7 Samplers: NAME Print Name / d CONTACT NAME _ TELEPHONE NO. f+jc, \ qq<,. 35(,q _ ANALYSIS Received by: (Signawe) Method 01 Shpmenr: 1491 Twilight Truil I1 F rankfort, Kentucky l-1 502/ L-i FAX 502/ I-1 Toll Free l-800/
18 TANK AND RESIDUAL PRODUCT MANIFESTS
19 P&W WASTE OIL SERVICES, INC. P.O. BOX 656 LELAND, N.C (910) EPA NO. NCD BARNES ELECTRIC CO. 55 SOUTH "A" STREET PENSACOLA, FL P&W WASTE OIL SERVICES, INC. PROPERLY REMOVES, TRANSPORTS AND STORES WASTE OILS AND WASTE WATERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL STATE AND LOCAL GUIDELINES. WASTE OIL RECEIVED AT OUR FACILITY IS TESTED FOR HALOGEN, FLASH WATER CONTENTS PRIOR TO UN LOADING OR BLENDING PROCESS. THIS PROCESS CONSIST OF HEATING BLENDING AND FILTERING OF THE MATERIAL TO FORM AN INDUSTRIAL #5 FUEL OIL. WASTE WATER RECEIVED AT THE FACILITY IS TESTED AS PER WASTE OIL PROCESS, TREATED AND DISPOSED OF VIA THERMAL EVAPORATION, AND OR TRANSPORTED TO A TSD FACILITY DESIGNATED TO ACCEPT THE MATERIAL. THE AMOUNT OF 5,500 GALLONS FROM BUILDING 1880, 2,775 GALLONS FROM BUILDING 1775 AND 1,800 GALLONS FROM BUILDING 1854 HAVE BEEN DISPOSED OF IN COMPLIANCE WITH THIS LETTER. A TOTAL OF 10,075 GALLONS WAS REMOVED FROM BUILDING 1880, 1775, AND 1854, LOCATED AT THE MARINE CORPS BASE.AT CAMP LEJEUNE, IN JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. THANK YOU J.R. GRAY EXECUTIVE....
20 P & W WASTE OIL SERVICES, INC. P 0 BOX 656 LELAND, NC EPA NO. NCD BARNES ELECTRIC CO. 55 SOUTH A STREET PENSACOLA, FL P&W WASTE OIL SERVICES, INC. TRANSPORTED AND DISPOSED OF SIXTEEN (16) STORAGE TANKS, LOCATED AT THE MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, IN JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. THE TANKS WERE BROUGHT TO P&W FACILITIES WHERE THEY WERE CLEANED AND BROKEN DOWN INTO SCRAP METAL. HORTON IRON WORKS OF WILMINGTON, N.C. PICKS-UP ALL SCRAP METAL AND DISPOSES OF IT ACCORDING TO EPA STANDARDS. THE TANKS THAT ARE IN COMPLIANCE FOLLOWS: WITH THIS LETTER ARE AS DINGITK JANK SIZE m TANK 1854-l 2, , , , , I 1,000 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT ,000 1,880;2 6, ,000 g 775-I 6,000 i , , , I 10,000 SINCERELY EXECUTIVE v d My Commlssion Expires IUIW~
21 OFFICE ADDRESS]. Date Received Complete and return within (30) days following comoletion of site investigation Owner Name. Street Address: m4-l -County. Facility ID # (if available): (or State Road) See reverse side of pink copy (owner s copy) for additional information required by N.C. - DEM in the written report and sketch. NOTE: The mortion of the tank closure must be conducted under the supervision of a Professional Engineer or Licensed Geologist. After Jan.1, 1994, all L ERMANFNT CLOSURE (For Removing or Abandoning - In - w Lx? Contact local fire marshal. La Notify DEM Reglonal Office before abandonment LTjZ Drain 8 flush piping inlo tank. m Remove all product and residuals from tank rxl Excavate down to tank. ix3 Cl ean and Inspect tank. IX! Rem ove drop tube, fill pipe, gauge pipe, vapor recovery tank connect\ons, submersible pumps and other tank fixtures. rig 1 Cap or plug all tines except the vent and fill lines!:>-i,-- Purge tank of all product 8 flammable vapors. i- I-. ~-1 Cut one or more large holes in the tanks. t. ~1 Gackfill the area. Date Tank(s) Permanently closed: Date of Change-in-Service: _.~~~~. ABANDOWT IN PLACE / FIII tank until material overflows tank opening I Plug or cap all openings. ID Isconnect and cap or remove vent line c? Solid inert material used specify. - RFMOVA m Create vent hole. c;e] Label tank. m D Ispose of tank In approved h manner FInal tank desonabon. cer-!lfy under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this and all attached i~ci~ment~, and that based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the I ubril~tic.?d information is true, accurate, and complete. I_.- / int IIJ~U and official title of owner or owner s authorized representative Signature 1 Date Signed
22 [SEE MAP ON REVERSE SIDE OF OWNER S COPY (PINK) FOR REGIONAL OFFICE ADDRESS]. Date Received Complete and return within (30) days following completion of site investigation. wner Name. emakz&qinrr &AI/&d. Facility Name: mn R,Wg eo,qf< an4r f IF i CtJAJ,,,oiat~on. Indfwdual, Pubitc Agency. or Other Entrty) (or Company) feet Address:. Pami L_)wtie Facility ID # (if available): z/nc,. IF.<4 l3az ;I ow4 Street Address M&W.<.-a u f &,J L(e State: hl.l*.. ZiwCode: zw lephone Number: (?I0 ) L/s/- </JO?; (or Stare Road) Countv: pti <LOU WV: ~&c.clu;~~d i w Code: 2gZYZ 45-i See reverse side of pink copy (owner s copy) for additional information required by N.C. - DEM in the written report and sketch. NOTE: The de assewortion of the tank closure must be conducted under the supervision of a Professional Engineer or Licensed Geologist. After Jan.1, 1994, all closure site assessment reports SMANENT CLOSURE (For Removingor Abandonin- _ _ Contact local fire marshal. Notify DEM Regional Offlce before abandonment Drain & flush piping into lank. Remove all product and residuals from tank. Excavate down to tank. Clean and Inspect tank. Remove drop tube, fill pipe, gauge pipe, vapor recovery tank connections. submerstble pumps and other tank fixtures. Cap or plug all lines except the vent and fill lines, Purge tank of all product & flammable vapors. Cut one or more large holes In the tanks. BackfIll the arca Date Tank(s) Permanently closed: - I -..^ Idate or Lnange-in-servtce: I a Fill tank unbl material overflows tank opening. i_l Plug or cap all openings. a Disconnect and cap or remove vent line. / Solid Inert material used specify: reate vent hole m Label tank m D. lspose of tank in approved manner Final tank desbnatlon. P d 13 Qid ify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the informatlon submitted in this and all attached nicnts, and that based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I belleve that the ll!!~d information is true, accurate, and complete..- 3mc and offlclal title of owner or owner s authorized representa!lve Signature j Date Slgned