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Tulsa Fuel & Manufacturing Superfund Site Remedial Design and Cleanup Plans September 2014. Site Location. Located 1.3 miles south of downtown Collinsville 60 acres Bounded by: Garnett/RR to east Strip mine pit to south Acreage to west Faith Assembly Church to north. Site History.

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Tulsa fuel manufacturing superfund site remedial design and cleanup plans september 2014

Tulsa Fuel & Manufacturing Superfund SiteRemedial DesignandCleanup PlansSeptember 2014


Site location

Site Location

  • Located 1.3 miles south of downtown Collinsville

  • 60 acres

  • Bounded by:

    • Garnett/RR to east

    • Strip mine pit to south

    • Acreage to west

    • Faith Assembly Church to north


Site history

Site History

  • Active from 1914 – 1925

  • Zinc Smelter and Lead Roaster

  • Foundations and building footings remain

  • Private Residence 1935 - 2002


Impacted areas

Impacted Areas

  • Green-Areas that do not require cleanup

  • Pink-Areas that require cleanup to prevent unacceptable exposure through soil, sediment, and surface water


Site cleanup goals

Site Cleanup Goals

  • Site remediation goals are protective of human health and the environment

  • Impacts above the remediation goals will be addressed along with visual waste


Record of decision

Record of Decision

  • Issued November 2008

  • The remedy is the consolidation and capping of soil, sediment, and waste


Proposed rod amendment

Proposed ROD Amendment

  • Groundwater impacts

    • No groundwater impacts

    • Eliminate state requirement or five foot separation

  • Treatability Study

    • Indicated treatment not feasible

  • Future Community Participation

    • Public comment period on proposed plan

    • Public notice and open house


Remedial design

Remedial Design


Remedial design stormwater management

Remedial DesignStormwater Management


Remedial action

Remedial Action


Proposed ra schedule

Proposed RA Schedule

  • Upon receipt of funding

  • Procurement of Contractor – 60 days

  • Pre-Construction Tasks – 45 days

  • Mobilization – 6 months

  • Site Restoration – 4 months

  • Operational and Functional – 1 year

  • Contract Closeout – 30 days


Ra activities

RA Activities

  • Site Mobilization

  • Clear and Grub

  • Soil and Sediment Erosion Control

  • Decontamination Area

  • Dewatering the Ponds

  • Waste, Soil, and Sediment Consolidation

  • Confirmation Sampling

  • Remove Existing Wells/Install O&M Wells

  • Site Grading and Seeding

  • Demobilization


Protective elements

Protective Elements

  • Transportation Plan

  • Air Monitoring

  • Site Management Plan

  • Stormwater Management


Operation and maintenance

Operation and Maintenance


Ra completion

RA Completion


Community participation

Community Participation

  • Site documents can be found at:

    • Collinsville Public Library

    • Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

      • Central Records

      • http://www.deq.state.ok.us/lpdnew/SF/TulsaFuels.htm

    • United States Environmental Protection Agency


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