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FORMER AIR FORCE PLANT 36 BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION. Prepared for: Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and Aeronautical Systems Center. PURPOSE FOR MIP AND PDB TECHNOLOGY. Characterize lateral/vertical extent of cl-VOCs in soil and ground water

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Former air force plant 36 background investigation

FORMER AIR FORCE PLANT 36BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

Prepared for:

Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and Aeronautical Systems Center


Purpose for mip and pdb technology
PURPOSE FOR MIP AND PDB TECHNOLOGY

  • Characterize lateral/vertical extent of cl-VOCs in soil and ground water

  • Evaluate vertical distribution of cl-VOCs in ground water

  • Provide real-time data on lithology and contaminant distribution


History and status of corrective action at geae
HISTORY AND STATUS OFCORRECTIVE ACTION AT GEAE

  • GEAE buys AFP 36 in 1989

  • Corrective action begins in 1990

  • Numerous investigations/interim measures performed

  • Approximately 150 monitoring wells on/off site

  • TCE and TCA in ground water remaining corrective measure

  • Investigate source of TCE/TCA at AF Plant 36


Background investigation
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • Determine Source of TCE/TCA in groundwater

    • 1. Sampling Design

    • 2. Sampling Locations

    • 3. Methodology

  • MIP Survey

    • 1. Sensor and Detector Outputs (Fig. 2.2-3)

    • 2. Sampling Area (Fig. 3.1-2)

    • 3. EC and ECD Results (Fig. 3.1-3)

  • Direct Push Results

    • 1. Soil (Fig. 3.1-7)

    • 2. Groundwater (Fig. 3.1-9)

    • 3. MIP/Direct Push Comparison (Fig. 3.1-11)

  • Groundwater Monitoring Results

  • Passive Diffusion Bag Results (Fig. 3.1-13)


Background investigation1
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • MIP Survey

    1. Sampling Design

    • 2. Sampling Area (Fig. 3.1-2)

    • 3. EC and ECD Results (Fig. 3.1-3)


Background investigation2
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • MIP Survey

    • 1. Sensor and Detector Outputs (Fig. 2.2-3)

    • 2. Sampling Area (Fig. 3.1-2)

    • 3. EC and ECD Results (Fig. 3.1-3)


Background investigation3
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • MIP Survey

    • 1. Sensor and Detector Outputs (Fig. 2.2-3)

    • 2. Sampling Area (Fig. 3.1-2)

    • 3. EC and ECD Results (Fig. 3.1-3)


Background investigation4
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • Direct Push Results

    • 1. Soil (Fig. 3.1-7)

    • 2. Groundwater (Fig. 3.1-9)

    • 3. MIP/Direct Push Comparison (Fig. 3.1-11)


Background investigation5
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • Direct Push Results

    • 1. Soil (Fig. 3.1-7)

    • 2. Groundwater (Fig. 3.1-9)

    • 3. MIP/Direct Push Comparison (Fig. 3.1-11)


Background investigation6
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

  • Groundwater Monitoring Results

  • Passive Diffusion Bag Results (Fig. 3.1-13)


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