1 CLOSURE / CHANGE - IN- SERVICE REPLACE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS 1700/1800 AREAS AT THE MARINE CORPS. BASE, CAMP LEJEUNE, NORTH CAROLINA PROJECTN C-8264 REPORTFORUST 1880TANK#l
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 (910) B) Facility Information. Bldg.# 1880 Tank #1 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, Fl l ) Primary consultant. Surti & Associates 2 17 Henderson Dr. Jacksonville, NC (910) ) Laboratories. Hydrologic Lab (l ) 1491 Twilight Trail Frankfurt, KY a) N.C. State Certification # 399
3 D) UST Information. TANK NO. SIZE IN GAL. TANK DIMENSIONS LAST CONTENTS PREVIOUS CONTENTS 1880-l 10,000 gal x8 dia 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 the work 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. CLOSURE PROCEDURES A) Description of preparations for closure including steps taken to notifjr authorities, and steps taken to clean and purge the tanks. 1) Notice of Intent 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 tank. 5) Contacted McGill Environmental for disposal of contaminated soil. 6) GW/UST-2 submitted B) Amount of residual material pumped from the tank. 5,500 galllons is the sum total pumped from all 3 tanks removed from building C) Excavation 1) Description of excavation procedures, condition of the soil, and dimensions of the excavation. The soil was removed with a backhoe and placed in a temporary containment area. To determine soil contamination levels, soils were coli,inuously monitored with a PID able to detect volatile organic materials to a minimum of one ppm Contaminated soils with a reading of 10 ppm or greater are separated and fin-ther testing is done on the soil. Soils with readings less than 10 ppm arc used as clean backfill. 2) Depth of tank burial (from land surface to top of tank) To top of tank was four (4) foot below the surface. 3) Quantity of soil removed. 437 cubic yards of soil was removed initially. The closure contractor reported that yards were disposed of as contaminated from tanks 1 & 2, 43 yards was returned to the hole as backfill, and 62.3 yards was taken to the base borrow pit as excess due to the proper aggregate used as backfill.
4 4) Description of the soil type. The soil in this area ranges from fine sand, fine sandy loam, to sandy clay at different layers. O-2 inches; gray (1OYR 5/l) fine sand; single grain; loose; few fine roots; strongly acid; clear wavy boundary. 2-9 inches; light gray (IOYR 7/2) fine sand; single grain; loose; few fine roots; strongly acid; clear wavy boundary inches; light yellowish brown; (1 OYR 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 inch in dia. few fine roots. strongly acid; clear wavy boundary 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 618) lamellae of fine sandy loam l/8 to l/4 inch thick. strongly acid; clear wavy boundary inches; brownish yellow (10 YR 6/6) fine sandy loam; weak fine subangular blocky structure; very friable; strongly acid; clear wavy boundary inches; light yellowish brown (10 YR 6/4) fine sandy loam that has 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 boundary 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. The additional aggregate (78M) that was required for backfill was obtained from: Martin Marietta Aggregates P.O. Box Raliegh, N.C l l-4550 D) Contaminated Soil. 1) Method of determination of extent to excavate the soil. limits of the soil excavation is specified by the base contract which states that the contractor will excavate only as required to remove tanks and piping. 2) Temporary storage and final disposal of soil All contaminated soil removed is placed on 30 mil. polyethylene sheeting with a straw bale berm around the outer limits of the containment area. It is then covered with 30 mil. plastic with the edges secured until test results are returned. FIELD SCREENING A) Field screening 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
5 a) Tabulated results of field screening. Sample ID# Soil depth 1880-l-FS I-FS-2 two foot six foot 1880-l -FS-3 five foot Test Results 80 PPm 147 ppm 168 ppm 1880-l-FS-4 eight foot 84 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). Samples were taken 14 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...l880-1 S-I) b) Field samples are identified by Bldg #, tank #, and sample # designated as FS-1,2,3... etc. (example l FS-1) C) Description of groundwater or surface water sampling procedures. Liquid samples are only taken if during the process of excavation groundwater seeps into to 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 fia1 to allow no head space. c) The samples are immediately capped, labeled, and placed in an 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 glass jars are obtained from the lab.
6 3) Time and date samples were collected and submitted to the lab. Time :35(Sl), 09:41(S2), 09:51(S3) Date:. _. _....9/8/94 Date submitted to lab: _. _...9/9/94 4) Description of quality control samples preformed. The client 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). ( X ) 5030/3550 gasoline & diesel type fuels. (EPA limit 1 O/40 ppm) ( ) 5030 gasoline type fuel only. (EPA limit 10 ppm) ( ) 3550 diesel type fuel only. (EPA limit 40 ppm) ( ) TPH 9071 waste oil. (EPA limit 250 ppm) 3) Laboratory results. LABORATORY LOCAL DATE OF TEST METHOD TEST ID # ID # SAMPLE RESULTS l-S1 09/08/ /3550 BDL* l-S2 09/08/ BDL* mg/kg l-S3 09/08/ mg/kg l&2-6 1 l/14/94 TPH C.S.-Section 1 12/21/94 TPH 3550/5030 C.S.-Section 2 12/21/94 TPH mg/kg 5030 BDL* C.S.-Section I94 TPH mglkg 5030 BDL* *Conversion factor - 1 mg/kg=l #33872 mti composite taken of the stockpiled soil. ff 3sB.9 7 w t+ 3s=% AT-(L) if SBYc/
7 CLOSURE REPORT SUMMARY: The 10,000 gal. underground storage tank used for the storage of diesel was installed in 1979 and was removed on 08 Sept. 94. The tank was constructed of steel and was found to be in good condition with no visible holes or cracks. There was an odor once the concrete was removed from above the excavation site, but there were no visible soil stains, The UST s 1880-l and were excavated at the same time due to thier close proximity. The soil removed from both tanks was placed in one pile. Due to the relative position of the pump island and the fuel service lines to the tanks, the soil beneath these structures was excavated during the removal of the tanks and tested as stockpiled soil. P& W Oil pumped residual waste from all 3 tanks to be removed at building 1880 without recording the quantity pumped from each tank. Therefore for this report the residual product quantity given is the sum total of all 3 tanks being removed. LABORATORY SOIL SAMPLE SUMMARY. LAB ID. # LOCAL ID. # DATE OF TEST TEST RESULTS SAMPLE METHOD l-S1 09/08/ / BDL* BDI,* s2 09/08/ /355O DL* mg/kg s3 09/08/ BDL* mpkg ** l&2-6 11/14/94 TPH mg/kg **35897 C.S.-Section I94 TPH 3550/5030 BDL* **35898 C.S.-Section I94 TPH mgkg 5030 BDL* **35899 C.S.-Section I94 TPH BDL* Conversion factor - 1 mg/kg = 1 ppm *BDL = Below Detection Limits **Samples #33872, 35897,35898,& were composites taken ofthe stockpiled soil. The elevated readings indicated that further investigation and remediation may be necessary by the owner. This determination is contingent upon the results of the Site Sensitivity Evaluation (SSE) that is preformed by the Environmental Management Division on Marine Corps. Base Camp Lejeune. I certify that this site will meet state closure criteria in accordance with l5a NCAC 2N & 2L, WIRO-CWS, Groundwater Guidelines within the scope of contract #N C-8264 if the results of the Site Sensitivity Evaluation indicate compliance with the above regulations. I was not present at the site when stock pile soil samples # 33872, 35897,35898, and were taken but have reviewed the information and determined 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) c,,qd*yn ~~2?~,~ [;-T~~,(-y.[,A. ;;y,, [ + &- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ :,..?-? s C. S.Patel Professional Engineer [ f$:-,~ z!: tq: 1.?.% : i p,.!gij;e /-I $*yi*,f&,,.,&a, 2q *+J ~~; p= $$? 3.*.% a,, Q/q 5 l - hr d+
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10 EXIST. UNDERGROUND COHDUIT & M TO PANELS IN BUllDING TO REMAIN. EXIST. CONDUIT & WlRE RUN CUT CONDUIT 8 PROVlDE 6 *ATERllGHT FlBERGV\SS REIN- 9 hastic JUNCTlON BOX FLUSH IN ENT. RETAIN WRING FOR RECONNECllON. FOR 3 THIS PLAN) - S.500 GAL. JSi L.XNCPE;E 7 _,!?XD-* / -F-5-2 W CUT b; REMOM IST. CONCRETE i i F I / TANKS 1880-l L COMR: -- CONCRETE -0 COMPACTED SUBGRADE COMPACTED SAND AROUND TANK DEMOLlllON PlAN 1880-l & SCMF 1-20
11 September 19, 1994 REPORTING: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC m1cm: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC Attention: Richard Sample PFKUECT NCMBER: F'L DATE V: September 19, 1994 DATE RECEIVED: September 9, 1994 PRWECl'DEXXFUPTION: Bldg soil sarqles for 3550/5030, sampled on 09/08/94. 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
12 ColMpANY NAME: companyprojectnumberz Surti& Associates ElLlx HYDmmIcPF0JEmNuMBER: E'L J!MmxQGICSAMPLENuMBER: HYIXOICGIC LAB I.D.#: 399 SAMPLE IDEF?I'IEXXTION: #1880-l-51 DATE SAMPLED: g/8/94 DATE EXTRACTED: g/15/94 DATE/TIME ANALYZED: g/19/94 g/16/94 l-el'hmtph 3550/5030 ANALYSIS Diesel Gasoline CAS No. gtdjj RESULT okj/w b-dkg) 1.2 BDL 2.0 BDL BDL = Bela~i Sample Detection Limit SDL = Sample Deteztion Limit
13 COMPANY NAME: companypikxsm-tnumber: Surti & Associates BLDG HYDmixGIcPRalEmNmmER: HYDI?oIfx1c SAMPLE-: HYDROLCGIC IA3 I.D.#: SAMPLE IDEMI'IFICATION: DATE SAMPLED: DATE EXTRACTED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: FL #1880-l-S2 g/8/94 g/15/94 g/16/94 g/16/94 MfTrHoD!rPH 3550/x30 ANALYSIS CAS No. g& RESULT (w/w Diesel Gasoline 2.0 BDL BDL = Below Sample Detection Limit SDL = Sample Detection Limit cm: GASOLINE:mAvIERFuELPREsENT
14 COMPANY NAME: cmwwyprojectnumber: Surti & Associates BLDG HYDRomIcPRaJEcrNuMBER: HYDRolxG1csAMPLENmBER: HYDROLOGIC LAB I.D.#: SAMPLE IDEUI'IE'ICATION: DATESAMPLED: DATEEXTRACTED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: FL #1880-l-S3 g/8/94 g/15/94 g/16/94 g/16/94 MJ!xmD!I!PH 3550/5030' ANALYSIS Diesel Gasoline CAS No. g.& RESULT Gwkg) PKJ/kg BDL BDL = Belaw Sample Detection Limit SDL = Sample Detection Limit COMMENI S: GASOLE: HEAVIERFUEL PRESENT; DIESEL: DILUI'ION FACTOR X 10.
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16 /-I Y D R 0 L 0 G 1 c ) I N C. November 23, 1994 REpoHIlING: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC INVOICING: Surti. & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC Attention: R. Sample PRWECI'NlBBER: F'L DATE W: November 23, 1994 DATE REcEm: November 15, 1994 PRCNEXXDESCRIP!MGN: #1880-l& soil sample analyzed for TPH 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
17 j$ + D R 0 L 0 (2 1 c, I N C. Surti& Asscciates #1880-l&2-6 HYDFtoLcG1c PRaJEcTNuMBER: HYmom1c z?iampm NUMEEFC HYDmLcG1c LAB 1.D.#: SAMPLE: LDEKPIFICXI'I~: DATE-: IXI'E EXFWCFED: DATE/TIMEANALYZED: FL #1880-l&2-6 u/14/94 11/18/94 u/22/94 Mm!Eim!rPH3550 ANALYSIS Diesel BDL= E3elcm Sample Detedion Lhit SDL = Sarrple Iktection Limit 1491 Twilight Trail 0 Frankforf, KY Cl 502/22%025l 17 FAX 502/ Toll Free l-800/
18 ANALYSIS ^- - - f _---_-.. _ -. _ - - _ _- --_ _-... _ ~~M~~: ---~ _ ~ _ II_~ 3ekquishd by: (Signature) RWed by (Sipalure] Lhspatched by (Signabre) -- l&?titi 0f3-9plon1: Tb3l4? Recsived for Lalmar.&s _-._._ Twilight Trail n Frankfort, Kentucky llli 502/ L 1 FAX 502/ Cl Toll Free l-800/
19 H Y D R 0 L 0 G IC, I N c. January 5, 1995 REPORTING: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC INVOICING: Surti & Associates 217 Henderson Drive Jacksonville, NC Attention: M.L. Surti FTDJECC NWBEIR: F lb DATE-: Januaq 5, 1995 lm!re REcEm: December 27, 1994 F'RWECFDESCFCETION: S'JXCKPIIE--3 soil samples analyzed for TPH 3550/5030. 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
20 , H y D R 0 L 0 G 1 c, I N C. COMPANY NAME: cmmnyprajlccnumeer HYDFOLcGIcPRamcrNuMEER: EMxoIcG1csAMpLENuMBER: HYDFOXGIC LAB I.D. #: SAMPLE IDENTIE'ICA!TION: DATE SAMPLED: DATE-: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: Surti& Associates SIwlKpILE FL c.s.-secrion 1 12/21/94 12/28/94 l/4/95 l/3/95 ImTHoD!rPH 3550/5030 ANALYSIS Diesel Gasoline 1.1 BDL 2.0 BDL BDL = Eelm Saqle Detection Limit SDL = Sample Detection Limit ca4menrs:
21 H Y D R 0 L 0 G I C, I N C. CCMPANY NAME: Surti & Associates COMPANYPROJEcrNuMBERz SrocKpILE HYDROI.mxCPRaJEcrNuMBER: FL HYDROuxICSAMPLENuMBER: HYDROLCGIC IAB I.D. #: 399 s2um.e IDENTIFICATION: C.S.-SECTION 2 DATE SAMPLED: 12/21/94 DATEEXTRACTED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: 12/28/94 l/4/95 l/3/95 MEiTHoDTPH 3550/5030 ANALYSIS Diesel Gasoline CAS No. z oxj/kg) BDL BDL = Belcm Sample Detection Limit SDL = San-pie Detection Limit cm: DILUTION FAcxlR X 5.
22 H y D R 0 L 0 G 1 c 9 I N C. COMPANY NAME: cmf%nyprojecrnumeer: HYDFmcGIcPmJEmNuMEER: HYDROm1cSmPLENuImER: HYDFK)lXXIC LAB I.D. #: SAMPIE IDEXFIFICATION: DATESAMPLED: DATEEXTRACIED: DATE/TIME ANALYZED: Surti & Associates STOCKPILE FL C.S.-SECTION /28/94 l/4/95 l/3/95 MEITHODTPH 3550/5030 ANALYSIS Diesel Gasoline BDL BDL = Belcm Sample Detection Limit SDL = Sample Detection Limit cm:
23 CONTACT NAME TELEPHONE NO. ANALYSIS -9 COMMENTS: Received by: (Signature) Date Time Dispatched by: (Signatur Received by: (Signature) Received for Laboratory by: Date h \ I Time fbkahod of Shipment: l T...:I:,Cb Tr,;I n F rmnlfnrt Kentlrrkv n 502/ Cl FAX 502/ Cl Toll Free l-800/
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25 MCGILL REGIONAL COHPOSTING,FACILITY NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST HANIFEST NO.: CLIENT ID: BAR HCGIll PROJECT ID: Le]eune HCCILl EPA NO.: NCD986?3!193 LOAD f: \ FREIGHT CO.: Thomas 6 Chester, Inc. HATERIAL DESCRIPTION: -.--~-~:-~-~ Hon-hazardouc oetroleum contaminated soil LEVEL: n/a HSDS ATTACHED OTHER: HATERIAL SOURCE NAHE OF LOCATIOH: USK Camp teleune CONTJ,CT(S): Hark Hise :I Kicker STREET ADDRESS: NC COUNTY: Onsloi; AGEHT BUSINESS NAHE: Barnes Electrical Company, Inc. ADDRESS: 55 South "A" Street, Pensacola, PI CONTACT: Hr. Hike Hoore TELEPHONE: (904) DESTIRAPION HcGilI Environmental Srst?cs.!l'iO Herring Road, Rose!I!!], NC Located off S.R.!12E one nlle south of S.R in Sampson County.._ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.~-~-~~~~~~~~~.~~~~~.~~~~~..~ ~._..._.._..._~....._. CEAIN OF CUSTODY. ~...~~~~~.~...~... _....._ ~. Rellngulshed by Transported by: Received by; WHITE/CANARY: Ciilce
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34 /-. i. MC,GILL REGIONAL COHPOSTING FACILITY I "I NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST CliEHT ID: EAR HCC!LL FROJEC? ID: G5CIO iejeuoe?reigep CC.: Tha rias h Chester, Iec.?!kTZF.!X D2SCRIPT!W Son-lzr~iaus Detro!eus cxtamiated soil ieug :.1, i a XSDS ATTAWD OTHER : I. -,F-- ADDRESS: 5.5 South A street. Pcsaco. 1 a, Tl DESTIRATIOA ----_ ^ ~~~~~.~~~.~.---~~-~---~----~. CRAIR OF C~SPODT z ( (r :// * ~ ~ ~ ~---- PIH.: Ciient
35 State of North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources Fayetteville Regional Office James B. Hunt, Jr., Governor Jonathan B. Howes, Secretary Andrew McCall, Regional Manager e,--) DEHNR DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL hlanagement March 28, 1994 Mr. M. Noel Lyons General Manager McGill Environmental Systems, Inc. Route 1, Box 212 Rose Hill, NC Dear Mr. Lyons: SUBJECT: Renewal of Permit No. SR Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils h4cgill Environmental Systems Site Near Delway, Sampson County Enclosed is the renewal of permit No. SR , dated March 2, 1994, issued to McGill Environmental Systems of North Carolina, Inc., for the continued operation of the subject Soils Containment and Treatment program. This permit shall be effective from date of issuance until March 2, 1999, and shall be subject to the conditions and limitations as specified therein. If any parts, requirements, or limitations contained in this permit are unacceptable to you, you have the right to request an adjudicatory hearing upon written request within 30 days following receipt of this permit. This request must be in the form of a written petition, conforming to Chapter 15OB of North Carolina General Statutes, and filed with the Office of Administrative Hearings, P.O. Drawer 27447, Raleigh, NC 2761 l Unless such demands are made, this permit shall be final and binding. Wachovia Building. Suite 714. Fayetteville. North Carolina Telephone 91C-48& FAX 9lC-486-O707 Ar? Equal Opportunity Affirmotive Action Employer 50% recycled/ lg% post-consumer poper
36 Mr. h4. Noel Lyons Page 2 March 28, 1994 If you have additional questions concerning this matter, please contact Mr. Michael Linscott or Mr. Jim Bales, L.G., at (910) Sincerely, KTS/MWL/tf Enclosure Kerr T. Stevens Regional Supervisor cc: Debra Benoy Groundwater Section Permits Group Nash Johnson and Sons Farms, Inc. Sampson County Manager Sampson County Health Department
37 U.S.Departmenl of Transporrakn Federal Highwdy Admlnisifatfon 400 Seventh St., S.LV Ww-img:on. 0.t APRIL 16, 1992 IN REPLY REFER TO: YOUR USDOT NO.: REVIEW NO.: DON THOMAS CONSTRUCTION & TRUCKING, INC. RT. 3, BOX 16 WEST END, NC GENTLEMEN: THE MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY RATING FOR YOUR COMPANY IS: SATISFACTORY THIS SATISFACTORY RATING IS THE RESULT OF A FEE IO, 1992, REVIEW AND EVALUATION. A SATISFACTORY RATING INOICATES THAT YOUR COMPANY HAS AOEQUATE SAFETY MANAGEMENT CONTROLS IN PLACE TO EFFECT SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE WITH THE FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY AND/OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REGULATIONS. THE REVIEW INDICATED, HDUEVER, THAT ADDITIONAL EFFORT IS NEEDED REGARDING THE FOLLOWING PORTIONS OF THE REGULATIONS: PART QUALIFICATIONS OF DRIVERS PART REPORTING OF ACCIOENTS PART HOURS OF SERVICE OF DRIVERS PLEASE ASSURE YOURSELF THAT ANY SPECIFIC DEFICIENCIES IDENTlFfED IN THE REVIEW REPORT HAVE BEEN CORRECTED. WE APPRECIATE YOUR EFFORTS TOWARD PROHOTING MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY THROUGHOUT YOUR COMPANY. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE SAFETY SPECIALIST WHO CONOUCTEO THE REVIEW. SAM W. P. REA, JR. CHIEF, FEDERAL PROGRAMS DIVISION - SEE HESSACE" ON BACK -
38 !;iif\ ltdi X;5 CO:li%Cl KFORMANCE SllPFORlIliG DATA IS ACCURATE /ino COMPLETE n/a Feb , 119: woo3 177 n/a Feb. 23-2:, 13'15 n. i
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40 P&W WASTE OIL SERVICES, INC. P.O. BOX 656 LELAND, (910) N.C 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 CQNTENTS PRIOR TO UN LOADING OR BLENDING PROCESS. THIS PROCESS CONSIST OF HEATING BLENDING AND FILTERING OF THE MATERIAL TO FORM AN INDUSTRIAL f5 FUEL OIL. WASTE WATER RECEIVED AT THE FACILITY IS TESTED AS PER WASTE OIL PROCESS, TREATED AND DISPOSED OF VIA THERMAL EVAPORATIQN, AND OR TRANSPORTED TO A TSD FACILITY DESIGNATED TO ACCEPT THE MATERIAL. THE AMoUNT 0F 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
41 P & W WASTE OIL SERVICES, INC. P 0 BOX 656 LELAND, NC 28; o 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 JNTO SCRAP MEfAL. 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 WITH THIS LETTER ARE AS FOLLOWS:. BUILDING/TK TANK BUlLDlNGrrK TANK , , ,000 6, , l 6, , , , , , , l 1, l 10,000 IF YOU HAVE AN Y QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT ME AT (9 SINCERELY EXECUTIVE My Commissi& Expires lufofu/
42 ional Office accordtng to the county of the facility s locatlon. SIDE OF OWNER S COPY (PINK) FOR REGIONAL I.D. Number _~.~ OFFICE ADDRESS]. Date Received --- ~, Complete and return within (30) days following completion of site investigation. I County. Street Address (or Stale Road) Countv: w : Telephone Number: f qlo ) (Area Cods) (owner s copy) for additlonal of the tank closure must be con- ( ducted under the supervision of a : ProfessIonal Engineer or Licensed Geologist. After Jan.1, 1994, all I closure site assessment reports bv a P F or L.G. PFRMANFNT CLOSURF (For Remoea or Abendonino-in-olacel LI-%2 Contact local fire marshal ;:<. Notify DEM Rcgloncil Office before abandonment L-3 Drain S flush piplng Into tank. ca Remove all product and residuals from tank ca Excavate down to tank. ean and Inspect tank --J F!l E emove drop tube. III pipe, gauge pope, vapor recovery tank connections, submersible pumps and other tank fixtures., c-i- --.A Cap or plug all lines except the vent and Iill lanes 2~ 1 Purge tank of all product 8 flammable vapors g-y-2 Cut one or more large holes in the tanks I.-X: BackfIll the area DateTank Permanently closed: Date of Change-in-Service: ABANDONMFNT / Fill tank until matenal overflows tank opening I Plug or cap all openings ID Isconnect and cap or remove vent One a Solid inert material used specib m Create vent hole E? -% 2; ispose tank of tank In approved manner Final lank destlnatlon P~AJ r7~ / -1 I, I I 1 C?l!lfy under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this and all attached documents, and that based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the ;ubirlltkd information IS true, accurate, and complete rlrlt ll~lr~ and offlclal title of owner or owner s authorized representaove Date Slgned / &i+&f/cc gfx _ 1 L/&&~ White Copy Realonal Offtce YPlhL.J,:-,,, CLxnrrll nii4rc n..,n /