EPA
           United States
           Environmental Protection
           Agency
              Office of Solid Waste And
              Emergency Response
              Washington, DC 20460
EPA/540/2-91/001
Number 3
April 1992
Innovative Treatment Technologies
Semi-Annual Status Report
(Third Edition)
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                                            EPA/540/2-91/001
                                                NumberS
                                                April 1992
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES:
      SEMI-ANNUAL STATUS REPORT
                 (Third Edition)
          U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
       Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
             Technology Innovation Office
               Washington, DC 20460

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NOTICE
This material has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under contract
numbers 68-WO-0034 and 68-WO-047. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement or
recommendation for use.
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FOREWORD
In April 1990 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER)
established the Technology Innovation Office (1IO) to promote the use of innovative treatment technologies for contaminated site
cleanup. TIO s mission is to increase the application of innovative treatment technology by government and industry to contaminated
waste sites, soils, and ground water. One of TIOs goals is the removal of regulatory and institutional barriers to the development and
use of innovative technologies. Another is the provision of richer technology and market information to target audiences of federal
agencies, States, consulting engineering firms, responsible parties, technology developers, technology vendors, and the investment
community.
This report documents the selection and use of innovative treatment in the Superfund program. It will allow better communication
between experienced technology users and those who are considering innovative technologies to clean up contaminated sites. The
information will also enable technology vendors to evaluate the market for innovative technologies in Superfund for the next several
years.
As more information becomes available, we plan to expand this document to include cleanup programs other than Superfund. The
use of innovative treatment in Superfund and other EPA waste programs is addressed by a directive, Furthering the Use of Innovative
Treatment Technologies in OSWER Programs (OSWER Directive 9380.0-17, June 10, 1991). This directive sets forth seven new
initiatives to remove impediments from and create incentives to the use of innovative treatment for Superfund, corrective action under
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), and underground storage tank cleanups. It is hoped that efforts such as the
directive and this document will increase the reliance on new, less costly, or more effective technologies to address the problems
associated with Superfund, hazardous waste, and petroleum contamination.
Walter W. Kovalick, Jr., Ph.D.
Director, Technoogy Innovation Office
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ABSTRACT
This twice-yearly report documents and analyzes the selection and use of innovative treatment technologies in the Superfund
Program. It will allow better communication between experienced technology users and those who are considering innovative
technologies to clean up contaminated sites. In addition, the information will enable technology vendors to evaluate the market for
innovative technologies in Superfund for the next several years and will be used by EPAs Technology Innovation Office to track
progress in the application of innovative treatment.
Alternative treatment technologies are alternatives to land disposal. Innovative treatment technologies are alternative treatment
technologies for which use at Superfund-type sites is inhibited by lack of data on cost and performance. This report documents the use
of the following innovative treatment technologies to treat ground water (in situ), soils, sediments, sludge, and solid-matrix wastes:
 Chemical treatment  In situ flushing  Solvent extraction
 Dechlorination  In situ vitrification  Thermal desorption
 Ex situ bioremediation  Soil vapor extraction  Other technologies
 In situ bioremediation  Soil washing (Air sparging, contained recovery
of oily wastes)
The document includes information on 210 applications of innovative treatment technologies for remedial actions and 18
applications for emergency response actions. It contains several summary lists of the Superfund sites for which innovative treatment
technologies have been selected or used. Table 1 lists the sites by EPA region. Table 2 lists the sites by type of innovative technology
and gives the status of application of the innovative treatment technology. The principal part of the document is Table3, which contains
detailed, site-specific information for sites where innovative treatment has been selected. The information for Table 3 was collected
through analyses of Records of Decision, review of OSWER tracking systems and interviews with EPA regional staff. The information
in that table is analyzed and summarized in narrative and figures in the overview of the document. Table 4, new in this edition of this
report, summarizes perfonnance and operating data on the 21 remedial and removal innovative projects that have been completed.
To obtain a copy of this report, call ORD Publications at (513) 569-7562 and ask for it by number, EPA 540/2-91/001. To receive
future editions of this status report, fill out the back sheet and mail it to the address indicated. Your name will be added to the mailing
list of those receiving the document.
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CONTENTS
Notice ii
Foreword iii
Abstract iv
List of Tables vi
List of Figures vii
List of Abbreviations viii
Acknowledgements ix
Overview
Introduction 1
What are Alternative and Innovative Treatment Technologies? 1
Sources of Information for this Report 1
Increasing Use of Alternative and Innovative Treatment Technologies 2
Definitions and Summary Statistics for Specific Innovative Treatment Technologies 6
Status of Innovative Technology Implementation 11
Treatment Trains 13
Volume Analysis 14
Summary of Updates to Last Report 15
Contents of this Report 16
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LIST OF TABLES
Page
Table 1 - EPA Regional Summary for Innovative Treatment Technologies 17
Table 2 - Project Status Summary by Innovative Treatment Technology 21
Table 3 - Detailed Site Information by Treatment Technology 25
Bioremediation (Ex situ) 28
Bioremediation (In Situ) 32
Chemical Treatment 35
Dechlorination 36
In situ Flushing 38
In situ Vitrification 41
Soil Vapor Extraction 42
Soil Washing 54
Solvent Extraction 57
Thermal Desorption 58
Other Technologies 62
Table 4- Data on Operations and Performance for Completed Projects 63
Appendix
A. Remedial Sites Using Established Treatment Technologies A-i
B. Remedial/Removal Sites Using Treatment Trains with Innovative Technologies B-i
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LIST OF FIGURES
Number Page
1 Remedial Actions: RODs Signed by Fiscal Year 2
2 Remedial Actions: Source Control RODs by Fiscal Year 2
3 Remedial Actions: Overview of All Source Control RODs Through FY 91 3
4 Remedial Actions: Treatment Versus Disposal RODs for Source Control 3
5 Remedial Actions: Summary of Alternative Treatment Technologies Through FY 91 4
6 Remedial Actions: Number of Established Versus Innovative Treatment Technologies 5
7 Selection Trends for Four Innovative Treatment Technologies 5
8 Emergency Responses: Summary of Innovative Technologies Through February 1992 6
9 Bioremediation: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 7
10 Dechlorination: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 7
11 In Situ Flushing: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 8
12 In Situ Vitrification: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 8
13 Soil Washing: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 8
14 Solvent Extraction: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 8
15 Thermal Desorption: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 9
16 Soil Vapor Extraction: Target Contaminants Through Fiscal Year 1991 9
17 Innovative Treatment for VOCs 10
18 Innovative Treatment for Heavy Metals 10
19 Innovative Treatment for PAHs 10
20 Innovative Treatment for PCBs 10
21 Remedial Actions: Project Status of Innovative Treatment Technologies as of February 1992 11
22 Progress in the Remedial Pipeline  August 1991 to February 1992 12
23 Treatment Trains of Innovative Treatment Technologies Selected for Remedial/Removal Sites 13
24 Quantities of Soil to be Treated by Innovative Technologies 14
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Action Memorandum
Air Pollution Control
Alkaline metal hydroxide/polyethylene glycol
Alternative remedial contracts strategy
Alternative Treatment Technology Information
Center
Base Catalyzed Dechlorination
Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene
Benzene, toluene, xylene
Cubic yards
Dichioroethane
Dichloroethylene
Di (2-ethyihexyl) phthalate
Federal Aviation Administration
Feet
Fiscal year
Ground water
Potassium hydroxide/polyethylene glycol
4,4 Methylene Bis-2-chloroaniline
Nonaqueous Phase Liquids
National Priorities List
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response
On scene coordinator
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Operable Unit
Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
Polychiorinated biphenyls
Perchloroethylene (tetrachloroethylene)
Pentachlorophenol
Potentially responsible party
Remedial action
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Remedial design
Records of Decision
Remedial project manager
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory,
Ada, OK (U.S. EPA)
SARA Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act of
1986
Semivolatile organic compounds
Solidification/Stabilization
Tnchloroethane
Trichloroethylene
Technology Innovation Office
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Volatile organic compounds
OU
PARs
PCBs
PCE
PCP
PRP
RA
RCRA
RD
RODs
RPM
RSKERL
AM
APC
APEG
ARCS
ATTIC
BCD
BTEX
BTX
cy
DCA
DCE
DEHP
FAA
Ft
FY
gw
KPEG
MBOCA
NAPL
NPL
OERR
OSC
OSWER
SVOCs
S/S
TCA
TCE
TIO
USACE
USDA
VOCs
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This document was prepared under the direction of Ms. Linda Fiedler, work assignment manager for the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agencys Technology Innovation Office.
Collecting and analyzing information on 228 applications of innovative treatment technologies and summary information on
RODs required the help of many individuals, including Nancy Dean, Maggie Breville, Jon Bomholm, Jack Burnette and Joe Greenbiot
of EPA.
Special acknowledgement goes to the regional and State staff listed as contacts for individual sites. They provided the detailed
information contained and summarized here. Their cooperation and willingness to share their knowledge and expertise on innovative
treatment technologies encourages the application of those technologies at other sites.
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OVERVIEW
Introduction
The Technology Innovation Office (HO) of the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agencys (EPA) Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
Response (OSWER) has prepared this Innovative Treatment Tech-
nologies: Semi-Annual Status Report to document the use of the
innovative treatment technologies to remediate Superfund sites. The
report contains site-specific information on Superfund sites (both
remedial and emergency response actions) where innovative treat-
ment technologies are being used. Site managers can use this report
in evaluating cleanup alternatives. Innovative technology vendors
can use it in identifying potential markets. TIO also uses the
information to track progress in the application of innovative treat-
ment.
The report is updated biannually. This April 1992 issue of the report
updates and expands information provided in the January 1991 and
September 1991 reports. Additional information includes 70 innova-
tive treatment technologies selected for remedial actions in fiscal year
(FY) 1991 Superfund Records of Decision (RODs) and more detailed
information on completed projects. (A ROD is the decision document
used to specify the way a site, or part of a site, will be remediated.)
What Are Alternative and Innovative Treatment
Technologies?
Alternative treatment technologies are alternatives to land disposal.
The most frequently used alternative technologies are incineration
and solidification/stabilization. Innovative treatment technologies
are alternative treatment technologies for which lack of data on
performance and cost inhibit their use for many Superfund types of
applications. In general, a treatment technology is considered inno-
vative if it has had limited full-scale application. Often, it is the
application of a technology or process to soils, sediments, sludge, and
solid-matrix waste (such as mining slag) that is innovative. Ground-
water treatment after the water has been pumped to the surface often
resembles traditional water treatment technologies; thus, in general,
pump-and-treat or ex situ groundwater remedies are considered
established. In situ bioremediation and other methods to treat ground
water in situ are considered innovative technologies.
This report documents the use of the following innovative treatment
technologies to treat soils, sediments, sludge, and solid-matrix waste:
In addition, the nine sites using in-situ bioremediation for ground
water are included with the other in situ bioremediation projects.
Sources of Information for this Report
EPA initially used RODs to compile information on remedial actions,
and Pollution Reports, On-Scene Coordinators Reports, and the
OSWER Removal Tracking System to compile data on emergency
response actions. EPA then verified and updated the draft information
by interviews with remedial project managers (RPMs) and on-scene
coordinators (OSCs). The data concerning project Status do not
duplicate data in CERCLIS, EPAs Superfund tracking system. This
report provides more detailed information specifically on the portion
of the remedy pertaining to an innovative technology. In addition,
technologies and sites identified here might differ from information
found in the ROD annual reports and the RODs Database. These
differences are the result of design changes in the treatment trains used
at sites. Such changes might or might not may or may not require
 Bioremediation (Ex situ)  Soil vapor extraction
 Bioremediation (In situ)  Soil washing
 Chemical treatment  Thermal desorption
 Dechlorination  Other technologies (air
 In situ flushing sparging, contained
 In situ vitrification recovery of oily wastes)
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official documentation (that is, a ROD amendment or an Explanation
of Significant Differences).
The information in this report on the selection of containment rem-
edies and established treatment technologies in FY91 is based on a
review of RODs by EPAs Office of Emergency and Remedial
Response (OERR).
Increasing Use of Alternative and Innovative Treatment
Technologies
ROD Statistics . Currently, there are 1,236 sites on orproposed for the
National Priorities List (NPL). Through FY91, ending September 30,
1991,947 RODs had been signed. Most RODs for remedial actions
l eo-
160-
140.
Numbsr 120.
of 100.
RO
60 -
60 ..
40.
20-
FIGURE 1
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: RODS SIGNED BY
FISCAL YEAR
(Total Numberof RODs = 947)
I    I
JUTotaIRODs
0 Source Control RODs 1 5 
14-4
: 
168
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I I I I I I I I I
83 84 05 86 87 80 86 90 91
Fiscal Yser
The *ffw ice betwert The ! ntenber of RODs and The number of wurce conPof RODs is
The nur rof Pee merit oaff er 1c acben needed RODs.
Source: IJ PA Office oIEmer ancy and Remedial Res nsa
address the source of contamination, such as soil, sludge, sediments,
solid-type wastes, and nonaqueous phase liquids (NAPL). These
RODs are referred to as source control RODs. Other RODs address
ground water only or specify that no action is necessary. Figure 1
shows the number of source control RODs relative to the total number
of RODs for each fiscal year.
An analysis of source control RODs allows a comparison of the
frequency of selection of treatment versus containment or disposal to
remedy site contamination. Source control RODs are classified by the
general type of technology selection: (1) RODs specifying some
alternative treatment; (2) RODs specifying containment/disposal
only; (3) RODs specifying other action (such as land use restrictions,
monitoring, or relocation). Figure 2 shows the number of source
FIGURE 2
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: SOURCE CONTROL
RODS BY FISCAL YEAR
Sotrca: USEPA Of*ce of Emagericy and Reme aI Response.
180
ieo
140
120
Numbsr
of iao
ROD.
eo
60
40
20
82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91
Fiscal Ysar
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control RODs that fall under each category. RODs selecting some
treatment also may include containment of treatment residuals or of
waste from another part of the site.
Overall, 62% of source control RODs have selected at least one
treatment technology for source control (Figure 3). The Superfund
Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) required that
EPA favor permanent remedies (that is, alternative treatment) over
containment or disposal to remediate Superfund sites. In each year
following the passage of SARA, more than 70% of the RODs contain
provisions for treatment of wastes. The increase is most dramatic in
FY88. Fifty percent of RODs in FY87 selected some treatment for
source control, whereas 70% of RODs in FY88 selected some
treatment (Figure 4). The percentage has grown to 77% in FY 91.
FIGURE 3
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: OVERVIEW OF SOURCE
CONTROL RODS THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 91
Containment or
Disposal Only (250) 37%
Other
(8)1%
Some Treatment (418)
62%
 Indudes rsstiMional centro , monitonng, and rehxat n .
() Mrnberol RODS.
Sowce: USEPA Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Percent
of
RODs
Fiscal Year
RODs - Records of Decision
Source: USEPA Office of Emergency and Reme,aJ Response.
Technology Statistics . Another way of illustrating the greater use of
treatment is by quantifying the number and kinds of treatment
technologies selected and used. The remainder of the information
contained in this document focuses on technologies, not RODs. Each
ROD specifying treatment may have selected several alternative
treatment technologies.
Through FY91, 489 treatment technologies have been selected in 418
source control RODs. In addition, EPA has selected in situ
bioremediation of ground water for nine sites for a total 498 treatment
technologies. The selection of multiple technologies results from the
FIGURE 4
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: TREATMENT VERSUS
DISPOSAL RODS FOR SOURCE CONTROL
82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91
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use of treatment trains or from the treatment of different wastes or
areas of the site. For the 418 RODs specifying treatment for source
control, Figure 5 lists each type of treatment technology selected and
how often it has been selected or used for source control. The nine in
situ groundwater remedies are included in the totals for in situ
bioremediation. Figure 5 illustrates that, through FY91, 42% of the
498 treatment technologies selected were innovative and 58% were
conventional. This report contains summary information on the
innovative treatment technology projects and a list of sites using
established technologies (Appendix A). Information on the estab-
lished treatment technologies for FY91 is based on the review of
RODs by OERR, rather than Regional or State interviews.
FIGURE 5
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: SUMMARY OF ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
(Total Number of Technologies = 498)
Innovative Technologies ( 210) 42%
Established Technologies (288) 58%
On-site Incineration (65) 1
Solidification/Stabilization (128) 26%
Other Established
(10)2%
Soil Washing (16)3%
Solvent Extraction (6)1%
Ex situ Bioremediation (25) 5%
In situ Bioremediation # (20) 4%
In situ Flushing (16) 3%
 Soil Vapor Extraction (84)17%
Dechlorination (8) 2%
In situ Vitrification (3) <1%
Chemical Treatment (1) < 1 %
 Thermal Desorption (28) 6%
Other Innovative* (3) < 1%
Note Data are derived from 1982  1991 Records of Decision (RODs) and anticipated design and construction activities as of
February 1992. More than one technology per site may be used.
Nurrber of times this technology was selected or used.
Other established technologies are soil aeration, in situ flaming, and chemical neutralization. Other innovative technologies
are air sparging and contained recovery of oily wastes.
# Includes nine in situ groundwater treatment remedies.
()
*
Off-site Incineration (85)17%
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In FY91, for the first time, innovative treatment technologies ac-
counted for half of the treatment technologies selected. This increase
is due, in part, to the large number of soil vapor extraction (SVE)
projects selected in FY91, 33 in FY91 compared to 19 in FY90.
Figure 6 compares the numbers of established and innovative tech-
nologies by fiscal year. Figure 7 shows the selection frequency for the
four most frequently selected innovative treatment technologies,
including SVE, by fiscal year.
Emergency Response Actions . Emergency response actions are
conducted in response to an immediate threat caused by a release of
hazardous substances. Emergency responses do not require RODs.
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30-
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25-
20-
15-
10-

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Bioremediat,on
Thermal Desorpflon
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FIGURE 6
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: NUMBER OF ESTABLISHED
VERSUS INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Number of
Treatment
Technologies
Selected
Note: Data are de,nod from 1982 1991 Records of Decision (RODs) and anticipated
design and construction activities as of February 1992. More than one technology
per site may be used.
FIGURE 7
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: SELECTION TRENDS FOR
FOUR INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Number of
limes ____ ____
Selected ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ _____
84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91
Fiscal Year
* Includes sites using ex situ andin situ biorenied,tion of source material and ground water.
82838485
86 67 68 89 90 91
Flsca$ Year
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To date, innovative treatment has been used in relatively few emer-
gency response actions. The innovative technologies addressed in
this report have been used 18 times in 15 emergency response actions
(Figure 8). In addition, infrared incineration, no longer considered
innovative, was first used at two emergency response actions.
Many emergency responses involve small quantities of waste or
immediate threats requiring a quick action to alleviate the hazard.
Often, these types of activities do not lend themselves to on-site
treatment approaches. In addition, SARA does not contain the same
preference for innovative treatment for removals as it does for
remedial actions. As a result, the selection of innovative treatment for
removals has remained relatively constantzero to five selected per
year since FY84.
FIGURE 8
EMERGENCY RESPONSES: SUMMARY OF
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES USED FOR SOURCE
CONTROL
(Total =18)
Dechlorination (Liquids) (3)17%
In Situ Vitrification (1)
Chen caI Treatn nt (4) 22%
Solvent Extraction (2)11%
Soll Vapor Extraction (1)5%
In Situ Flushing (1) 5%
______Soil Washing(1)6%
BioremecMtion (5) 28%
P te: Data hen the Rmo.at Trackir 9, em, CERCL!S, arid phari. survey of rog TAT
oW . nckd *s pro for FY82 - X and one prqOct h o rn FY91 of Fe&ua!y 1992
()
EPA would like to increase the use of innovative treatment methods
to address emergency response problems. One of the seven initiatives
contained in the EPA directive described in the foreword concerns
emergency response actions. It is expected that more innovative
technology will be used for the larger, and less time-critical emer-
gency responses in the future.
Definitions and Summary Statistics for Specific Innovative
Treatment Technologies
The innovative technologies reported in the following tables treat
hazardous wastes in very different ways. The following paragraphs
and figures define the technologies as they are used in this document
and provide summary statistics of the contaminants treated with the
technologies.
EX SITU BIOREMEDIATION uses microorganisms to degrade
organic contaminants on excavated soil, sludge, and solids. The
microorganisms break down the contaminants by using them as a food
source. The end products are typically CO 2 and H 2 0. Ex situ
bioremediation includes slurry-phase bioremediation, in which the
soils are mixed in water to form a slurry; and solid phase bioremediation
where the soils are placed in a tank or building and tilled with water
and nutrients. Variations of the latter are called land farming or
composting.
With IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION nutrients, an oxygen source, and
sometimes microbes are pumped into the soil or aquifer under
pressure through wells or spread on the surface for infiltration to the
contaminated material.
Basedon the datacontainedin this statusreport,BIOREMEDIATION
is being used to treat polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons most fre-
quently in the Superfund program. Figure 9 shows the classes of
contaminants treated with bioremediation and the frequency with
which they are treated.
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In CHEMICAL TREATMENT the contaminants are converted to
less hazardous compounds through chemical reactions. Chemical
treatment has been used five times in the Superfund program, usually
to reduce a contaminant (hexavalent chromium to the trivalent form)
or oxidize a contaminant (cyanide, for example). Neutralization is
considered to be an available technology and is not included in this
report.
DECHLORINATION results in the removal or replacement of chlo-
rine atoms bonded to hazardous compounds. Figure 10 shows the
classes of contaminants for which EPA has selected dechlorination.
For IN SITU FLUSHING, large volumes of water, at times supple-
mented with treatment compounds, are introduced to the soil, waste
or ground water to flush hazardous contaminants from a site. This
technology is predicated on the assumption that the injected water can
be effectively isolated within the aquifer and recovered. Figure 11
gives the classes of contaminants for which EPA has selected in situ
flushing and the number of times it has selected to treat them.
IN SITU ViTRIFICATiON treats contaminated soil in place at
temperatures of approximately 3000F (1600C). Metals are encap-
sulated in the glass like structure of the melted silicate compounds.
Organics may be treated by combustion. Figure 12 describes the
frequency and classes of contaminants for which EPA has selected
vitrification.
SOIL WASHING is used for two purposes. First, the mechanical
action and water (sometimes with additives) physically remove the
contaminants from the soil particles. Second, the agitation of the soil
particles allows the smaller diameter, more highly contaminated fines
to separate from the larger soil particles, thus reducing the volume of
material for subsequent treatment. Figure 13 shows the classes of
contaminants found at sites where EPA has selected soil washing.
SOLVENT EXTRACTION operates on the principle that organic
contaminants can be preferentially solubilized and removed from the
waste in the correct solvent. The solvent to be used will vary
depending on the waste to be treated. Figure 14 describes the classes
of contaminants for which solvent extraction is selected most often.
FIGURE 9
BIOREMEDIATION: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
Number
of
Superfund
Rs e n.di aI
Situ.
Note. At some sit.s bvalnent is bn e then ov e con n,nan Treatment may be plannea
Oflgorng, or coirafieted
FIGURE 10
DECHLORINATION: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
30-
25-
20-
Number
of
Sup.rfund
Remedial
Sites
15-
10-
5-
Vl F 3
I I I I 1- ( (iI#
2 2
1(((# 1((((#
 I I I
PCBs Other SVOCs Dioxins Pesticides
Contaminant
Note: At some sites, treatment is for more than one contaminant. Treatment may be planned,
ongoing, or completed.
lackides heibicides
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FIGURE 11
IN SITU FLUSHING: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
Number
Supu.lmd
R.m.di.i
s .
Contaminant
Note: At some sites, ttoatmait is br mare ina, one contaminant Treatment may be
ptsnned. ongoing, or covnpteteo
voce
Metals
Other SVOCs
PAI-ls
FIGURE 13
SOIL WASHING: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991

Sup.rtund 15
R.m.d104
sa.. 10 ____
: 1H 1 . . . . . .
Metals PAHs Other SVOCs Dioxins Pesticides
Contaminant
Note:Atsorne sites, fresintent is tr w mare than one contaminant Treatment may be
planned, ongotng. or corri leted
Includes herbicides.
FIGURE 12
IN SITU VITRIFICATION: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
N bes
of
Note:At some sass, treatment is trw more than one contaminant. Troatmesl may tie
pisnneo ongoing, or completed.
 kidides I,erb 1es.
FIGURE 14
SOLVENT EXTRACTION: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
Nombes
of
S .rfund i
Remedial
sit..
Contaminant
Contaminant
Note: At some sites, treatment tar more than one ntaminart Treatment may be
planned, on go ng, or completed.
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For THERMAL DESORPTION, the waste is heated in a controlled
environment to cause organic compounds to volatilize from the waste.
The operating temperature for thermal desorption is less than 100(YF
(550 C). The volatilized contaminants will usually require further
control or treatment. Figure 15 lists the contaminants most frequently
treated with thermal desorption in the Superfund program.
SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION removes volatile organic constituents
from the soil in place through the use of vapor extraction wells,
sometimes combined with air injection wells, to sthp and flush the
contaminants into the air stream for further treatment. Vacuum
extraction has been selected with increasing frequency for sites with
volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Figure 16 shows the classes of
VOCs for which soil vapor extraction is selected.
OTHER TECHNOLOGIES, a new category in this report, includes
air sparging and the contained recovery of oily wastes (CROW)
technologies. Air sparging involves injecting gas into the aquifer to
attach to volatile contaminants as it percolates up through the ground
water and is captured with a vapor extraction system. The CROW
process displaces oily wastes with steam and hot water. The contami-
nated oils and ground water sweep up into a more permeable area and
are pumped out of the aquifer.
: . 2
Analyzing the data contained in this status report further, Figures 17,
18, 19, and 20 show the most frequently selected technologies for
VOCs, metals, PAHs, and PCBs, respectively.
FIGURE 15
THERMAL DESORPTION: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
Numb.r
ot
R.m.d s
Sft
Note:At seine sites. Peatment is tar more than one contaminant. Treatment may be
4anned ongsing. or cDn Ieted.
Indudes h& ades.
Contaminant
FIGURE 16
SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION: TARGET CONTAMINANTS
THROUGH FiSCAL YEAR 1991
75
25
Numb.r20
of 15
Iii
s s1 r
Halogenated BTEX SVOCs Other Non-
VOCs haiogenated
Contaminant VOCs
Note: At some sites, bestmentis br more than one contaminant Treatment nwy be
pienne ongomp , or completed
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FIGURE 17
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT FOR VOCS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
Remedial
SAN
FIGURE 19
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT FOR PAilS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
Number
of
Supialund
Remedial
Sites
Sod Vapor Bio- - Thermal In Situ
E tra ron remediation Desorption Flushir
Techno logy
Sot ent r i Situ
Extrar ion Vitrif tion
Note: More tben one treatment technology may be used at some sites.
FIGURE 18
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT FOR HEAVY METALS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
30
25
20
c i 15
Sup e rfund _____
Remedial io
S ites _____________ ___________
: III
Soil In Situ In Situ Chemical
Washing Rushing Vitrification Treatment
Techt oIogy
Note: Mare Lban one treat menuechrrology may be used at some sites.
FIGURE 20
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT FOR PCBS
THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1991
30
25-
20-
Number ____ ___ __
of
Supedund
Remedial 10- 8
Sites (t _______________ ______________
. 111 111 ii- flIllIlli rmuii
Thermal Dechlorination Solvent
Desorplion Estraction
Technology
Note: More than one treatment technology may be used at some sites.
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Status of Innovative Technology Implementation
Many of the innovative technologies documented in this report have technologies have been contracted and installed, and even fewer have
been selected in the last several years. The design of these projects been completed (Figure 21). In the next several years, though, many
typically takes one to three years; therefore, relatively few innovative projects now in design should become operational.
FIGURE 21
REMEDIAL ACTIONS: PROJECT STATUS OF INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES AS OF
FEBRUARY 1992*
Prede  , ,, Design Complete! Pro Ct
Technology i D Being (nstalled/ Corn l ted Total
n esign Operational e
Soil Vapor Extraction 65 18 1 84
Thermal Desorption 21 4 3 28
Ex Situ Bioremediation 17 7 1 25
In Situ Bioremediation # 15 4 1 20
Soil Washing 15 1 0 16
In Situ Flushing 11 5 0 16
Dechlorination 6 1 1 8
Solvent Extraction 5 1 0 6
In Situ Vitrification 3 0 0 3
Other Innovative Treatment 3 0 0 3
Chemical Treatment 0 0 1 1
TOTAL 161 (76%) 41 (20%) 8 (4%) 210
* Data derived from 1982 1991 Records of Decision (RODs) and anticipated design and construction activities.
# Includes in situ groundwater treatment.
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Figure 22 shows the number of projects which either entered the
remedial pipeline in FY91 or progressed to a new phase (for example,
design, installation, operation) since August of 1991. Of the 210
projects using innovative treatment technologies 27% are new in FY
91 and 25% have moved on to a new phase in the past six months.
FIGURE 22
PROGRESS IN THE REMEDIAL PIPELINE
innovative Treatment Technology Projects Beginning New Project Phase
Between August 1991 and February 1992
Phase
Predesign Phase
Design
Design Complete Phase
Being Installed
Operational Phase
Complete Status
Phase
10 20
Note: Total number of innovative technologies is 210.
* Entered pipeline in Fiscal Year 1991.
126
9
11
0
f TTT I! I
Number of Technologies
30 40 50
60
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Treatment Trains
Innovative treatment technologies in this report may be used with
established or other innovative treatment technologies in treatment
trains. Technologies may be combined to reduce the volume of
material requiring subsequent treatment, to prevent the emission of
volatile contaminants during excavation and mixing, or to address
multiple contaminants within the same medium. Figure 23 presents
the data on treatment trains contained within this report. Appendix B
lists the sites where these treatment trains are being used.
FIGURE 23
TREATMENT TRAINS OF INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES SELECTED FOR REMEDIALIREMOVAL SiTES
 b. -  -  -
Soil Washing
( 1 sIt . )
F
 Dy
Soil Washing
(1 aft.)
Solidiflcadon/
Stabilization
(2&t.s) -
 w _ -
Biorsrndiation (6 aftas)
F d  i i ii 1i I 
IUL fl
by
incinrstlon (Sift..)
F o c
I.
inclnratlon (3 sIt..)
JjJfJ
Solidification!
Stabilization
- - lt.
 111 In Situ
Biorsi .dl.don
( 1 sIt. )
F ov .d iL _ i OR
in Situ
Flushing
(1 sit.)
D.chior lnat lon
S/S (5 sitss) (2 sites)
OR _ _ L _ .JL __ Jl I OR -
SS
(1 &
OR
by _  
OR
I.
U i T .. I.
11uI Solidification!
Stabilization
(2 sItes)
by W
Soil Washing incin.r.tlon
(1 sIt.) (1 sIt.)
OR OR
by
In Situ
i on

J&.i,j
I In Situ
Biorsm.dist lon
(lalt.)
-
by -
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Volume Analysis
In addition to analyzing the data collected on the 210 applications of volume analysis provides an indication of the scale of the projects
innovative treatment technology for remedial sites based on contami- involved. Figure 24 shows a summary of this analysis.
nants, EPA analyzed the data based on the volume of soil treated. This
FIGURE 24
QUANTITIES OF SOIL TO BE TREATED BY INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
Technology
Number of
Superfund
Sites with Data
Quantity (Cubic
Yards)
Range
Average
In Situ Flushing
11
5,200  650,000
94,000
In Situ Bioremediation
7
5,000  250,000
89,000
Soil Vapor Extraction
55
70  360,000
56,000
Soil Washing
16
1 ,800  200,000
43,900
Ex Situ Bioremediation
17
1,000  100,000
29,000
Solvent Extraction
6
2,000  67,000
26,000
Dechlorination
5
800  50,000
23,000
Thermal Desorption
27
1,600  124,000
21,400
In Situ Vitrification
3
3,600  5,000
4,400
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Summary of Updates to Last Report
Each edition of this report has added new information on the applica-
tions of innovative technologies at Superfund sites as well as updating
the status of innovative projects. The information added, deleted, or
changed in each edition is described below to allow projects to be
tracked from edition to edition.
New in April 1992 report:
Innovative treatment technologies selected in FY 91 RODs
Summary information on the performance of innovative treat-
ment technologies for completed projects.
Summary information on the use of innovative and established
technologies in treatment trains
Deleted in April 1992 report:
Crystal Chemical, TXIn situ vitrification
U.S. Aviex, MIIn situ flushing
Goose Farm, NJIn situ flushing
Marathon Battery, NJEnhanced volatilization
Coleman Evans Wood Preserving, FLSoil washing and
ex situ bioremediation
Solvent Service, CAIn situ bioremediation
Changes in April 1992 report:
Anderson Development, MI was listed as a Thermal Desorption
project rather than a vitrification project.
Sangamo/Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge, IL is no longer
to be treated with in situ vitrification. Instead, the wastes will be
incinerated and it is listed in Appendix A with the other incinera-
tion projects.
GE Wiring Services, PR was listed under thermal desorption
rather than soil washing or chemical extraction.
New in September 1991 report:
Innovative treatment technologies selected in FY 90 RODs
Innovative treatment technologies used in removal actions
Remedial sites where established treatment technologies (for
example, incineration, solidification/stabilization) have been Se-
lected
Expanded site/technology tables
Deleted in September 1991 report:
Leetown Pesticide, PABioremediation
Northwest Transformer, WAIn situ vitrification
Harvey Knott, DEIn Situ soil flushing
Changed in September 1991 report:
SMS Instruments, NY (Deer Park) was listed under vacuum
extraction instead of thermal desorption.
Dechlorination was classified separately from chemical treatment.
(September 1991)
Bioremediation was divided into ex situ and in situ bioremediation.
(September 1991)
Hardage/Criner, OK: The vacuum extraction remedy selected by
EPA was not included in the court judgement.
Bofers Noble, MI: Thermal desorption is being reconsidered, and
is not included in this report.
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Contents of this Report
This report contains several summaiy lists of the Superfund sites for
which innovative treatment technologies have been selected or used.
Table 1 lists the sites by EPA Region. Table 2 lists the sites by the
general type of innovative treatment technology selected and gives
the pmject status.
Table 3 contains the detailed site-specific data on which the other
tables are based. It shows each site where an innovative treatment
technology has been selected and provides the site information
relevant to the application of that technology.
Table 4 presents information on the completed Superfund projects
which have used innovative treatment technologies. It summarizes
the performance information and operating data from the projects.
Lastly, Appendix A includes a list of NPL sites for which established
technologies have been selected for source control in RODs and
Appendix B provides information on the sites using treatment trains.
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TABLE 1
EPA REGIONAL SUMMARY FOR INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Table 1 summarizes the innovative treatment technologies used at sites on the National Priorities List (NFL) and sites where
emergency response actions were conducted in each EPA region. As shown in this table, the frequency of use of innovative technologies
varies by region. Nine of EPAs ten regional offices have 10 or more applications of innovative treatment technologies underway.
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TABLE 1
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
TECHNOLOGY
Soil Vapor Extraction
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Dechlorination
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Solvent Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Oesorption
Solvent Extraction
SoLvent Extraction
Thermal Desorption
ThermaL Desorption
Air Sparging
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Soil Vapor Extraction
Biorernediation (In Situ gw)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Dechlorination
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
SoiL Washing
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Solvent Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Dechlorination
REGION 1
KeLtogg-Deering Well Field
Iron Horse Park
Re SoLve*
Groveland Wells
Silresim
Wells G&H
Norwood PCBs
Cannon Engineering/Bridgewater
Re Solve*
OConnor
Pinettes Salvage Yard
McK in
Union Chemical Co., CU 1
South Municipal Water Supply WeLts
Mottolo Supply
South Municipal Water Supply Wells
Tinkham Garage
Ottati & Goss
Stamina Mills
REGION 2
FAA Technical Center*
Swope Oil & Chem Co., CU 2*
Myers Property*
Lipari Landfill
Naval Air Engineering Center, CU 1
NavaL Air Engineering Center, CU 2
Naval Air Engineering Center, CU 4
Vineland Chemical, CU 1 and CU 2*
A 0 PoLymer, Soil treatment phase
FAA Technical Center*
Garden State Cleaners
South Jersey Clothing
Swope Oil & Chem Co., OU 2*
Ewan Property*
King of Prussia
Myers Property*
VineLand Chemical, CU 1 and CU 2*
Ewan Property*
CaIdwelL Trucking
Metaltec/Aerosystems, 00 1
Reich Farms
Watdick Aerospace Devices
General Motors/Central Foundry
Applied Envirorwnental Services
Signo Trading/Mt. Vernon (Removal)
CT
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
ME
ME
ME
ME
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
RI
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NY
NY
NY
Bioremediation (In Situ gw)
Dech tori nation
In Situ Flushing
Soil Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorpt ion
Thermal Desorption
Soil Vapor Extraction
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Crow Technology
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Chemical Treatment
Dechlorination
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
REGION 3
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
PR
PR
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
WV
AL
AL
FL
FL
FL
FL
TECHNOLOGY SITE NAME STATE
EPA REGIONAL SLJII4ARY FOR
SITE NAME
April 1992
STATE
REGION 2 (continued )
Applied EnvironmentaL Services
Wide Beach Development
Byron Barrel & Driin
AppLied EnvironmentaL Services
Circuitron Corporation, 00 1
Genzale Plating Company, CU 1
Mattiace Petrochemicals Company
SMS Instruments (Deer Park)
Solvent Savers*
Vestal Water Supply 1-1
American Thermostat
Claremont Polychemical - Soil
Fulton Terminals, Soil Treatment
Sarney Farm
Solvent Savers*
GE Wiring Devices
Upjohn Manufacturing Co.
Whitrnoyer Laboratories, CU 3
Brodhead Creek, 00 1
Bendix
Cryochem, 00 3
Henderson Road
Lord-Shope Landfill
Tysons Dump
U.S.A. Letterkenny SE Area, CU 1
L.A. Clarke & Sons, Lagoon Sludge
L. A. Clarke & Sons, 00 1 (SoiL)*
Avtex Fibers (Removal)
Saunders Supply Co, CU 1
L. A. Clarke & Sons, OU 1 (Soil)*
U.S. Titanium
Arrowhead Associates/Scovi 11.,
Saunders Supply Co, 00 1
Ordnance Works Disposal
In Situ Flushing
Thermal Desorption
Biorernediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
* An asterisk indicates that more than one innovative treatment technology will be used for the site.
REGION 4
Ciba-Geigy Corp
Ciba-Geigy Corp
American Creosote Works*
Brown Wood Preserving
Cabot Carbon/Koppers*
Dubose OiL Products
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TABLE 1 (contirued) April 1992
EPA REGIONAL S*JS ARY FOR INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Bioremediation (In Situ gw)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Soil Vapor Extraction
Solvent Extraction
Dechlorination
Bioreniediation (Ex Situ)
Soil Washing
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
In Situ Flushing
Soil Washing
Solvent Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Chemical Treatment
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Dechlorination
Thermal Desorption
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Soil Vapor Extraction
Biorernediation (In Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ gw)
In Situ Flushing
Soil Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ gw)
Chemical Treatment
Cabot Carbon/Koppers*
Cabot Carbon/Koppers*
American Creosote Works*
Cabot Carbon/Koppers*
Robins AFB, Landfill and Sludge
General Refining (RemovaL)
Smiths Farm Brooks
Southeastern Wood Preserving
(Removal)*
Southeastern Wood Preserving
(Removal)*
Cape Fear Wood Preserving*
Charles Macon Lagoon*
JADCO- Hughes
Cape Fear Wood Preserving*
Carolina Transformers
Charles Macon Lagoon, OU 1*
JADCO- Hughes
Aberdeen Pesticide DtaIs, CU 4
Palmetto Wood Preserving
Hinson Chemical (Removal)
Medley Farm, CU 1
SCRDI Bluff Road
Sangamo/Twelve Mile/Hartwetl PCB
Wamchem
Arlington BLending & Packaging
ArLington Blending & Packaging
REGION 5
Gal esburg/Koppers
Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc.*
Outboard Marine/Waukegan Harbor
Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc.*
Seymour Recycling*
Seymour Recycling
Ninth Avenue Du
Enviro. Conservation and ChemicaL
Fisher Cab Chem
MIDCO I
Main Street Well Field
Seymour Recycting*
Wayne Waste Reclamation
CLiff/Dow Dulp*
Cliff/Dow Dl.1 p*
PBM Enterprises (Removal)
FL
FL
FL
FL
GA
GA
KY
MS
MS
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
TN
TN
IL
IL
IL
IL
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
MI
MI
MI
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Vitrification
In Situ Vitrification
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Soil Vapor Extraction
Thermal Desorption
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Dechlorination
Soil Vapor Extraction
Dechlorination
Soil Vapor Extraction
Solvent Extraction
Biorecnediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Dechlorination
In Situ FLushing
Soil Vapor Extraction
REGION 6
MI
NI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MN
MN
MN
MN
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
AR
LA
NM
NM
NM
OK
OK
OK
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TECHNOLOGY SITE MAlE STATE TECHNOLOGY
REGION 4 (continued )
SITE NAME
STATE
REGION 5 (continued )
Rasmussen Dui
lonia City Landfill
Parsons Chemical. (Removal)
Chem Central
Kysor Industrial
Springfield Township DI.snp
Sturgis Municipal Well Field
ThermoChem, Inc. CU 1
Verona Well Field (Thomas Solvent)
Verona Well Field, CU 2
Anderson Development (Amenchnent)
Carter Industries
Burlington Northern Railroad Tie
Treating Plant
Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply
tong Prairie GW Contamination
University of Minnesota
Allied Chem & Ironton Coke, CU 2
Miami County Incinerator
Pristine (Amenc*nent)
Zanesville Well FieLd*
United Scrap Lead/SIA
ZanesviLle Well FieLd*
Moss.Amer ican*
Onataska Municipal Landfill
Hagen Farm
Wausau Groundwater Contamination
Moss-Amer i can*
Arkwood
OLd lager Oil Refinery
Atchison/Santa Fe/Clovis
Fruitland Drtin (Removal)
South Valley
Tenth Street Diji /Junkyard
Tinker AFB (Soldier Creek Bldg.)
Traband Warehouse (Removal)
North CavaLcade Street
Sheridan Disposal Services
French Limited
Sot Lynn/Industrial Transformers
South CavaLcade Street*
Petro-Chemical Systems, Inc.
* An asterisk indicates that more than one innovative treatment technology will be used for the site.
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TABLE 1 (contirijed)
EPA REGIONAl. SLN ARY FOR INNOVATIVE TREA11 NT TECHNOLOGIES
ApriL 1992
Bioremecliation (In Situ)
Chemical Treatment
Chemical Treatment
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ gw)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Vapor Extraction
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Bioremediation (In Situ)
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
In Situ Flushing
Soil Vapor Extraction
REGION 9
GiLa River Indian Reservation*
(Removal)
Gila River Indian Reservation*
(Removal)
Stanford Pesticide #1
Indian Bend Wash, South Area, CU 1
Mesa CU Contamination (RCRA)
MotoroLa 52nd Street
Phoenix-Goodyear Airport Area
J.H. Baxter
Koppers Coirpany, Inc. (OroviLLe)*
Castle, AFB, Oh 1
Koppers Coiipany, Inc. (Oroville)*
Roseville Dr jns (Removal)
Fairchild Semiconductor (San Jose)
Fairchild Semiconductor/MTV-I
Fairchild Semiconductor/MTV-I I
IBM (San Jose)
Intel, Mountain View
Intersi I/Siemens
Monolithic Memories
National Semiconductor (ADM)
Raytheon, Mountain View
Signetics (AMD)
Solvent Service* (RCRA)
Spectra Physics, CU 1
Teledyne Semiconductors
Van Waters & Rogers
Watkins-Johnson
FMC (Fresno)
Koppers Conpany, Inc. (Oroville)*
Poly-Carb (Recnoval)*
Poly-Carb (Removal)*
REGION 10
Union Pacific Railroad Sludge
United Chrome Products
Comencement Bay/S. Tacoma Channel
TECHNOLOGY
SITE lANE STATE
TECHNOLOGY
SITE NAME STATE
Soil Washing
REGION 6 (contirued)
TX
Koppers/Texarkana
Soil Washing
South Cavalcade Street*
TX
Solvent Extraction
United Creosoting
TX
Air Sparging
Petro-Chemical Systems, Inc.
TX
REGION 7
Bioremediation (In Situ
gw) Peoples Natural Gas
IA
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Vogel Paint & Wax
IA
Bioremediation (In Situ)
FairfieLd Coal and Gas
IA
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Scott Lui*,er (Removal)
MO
Dechlorination
Crown Plating (RemovaL)
MO
In Situ Flushing
Lee Chemical
MO
SoiL Vapor Extraction
Hastings GW Contamination
(CoL. Ave.)
NE
Soil Vapor Extraction
Hastings GU Contamination
(Far Marco)
NE
Soil Vapor Extraction
Hastings GW Contamination, WeLL #3
NE
Soil Vapor Extraction
Lindsay Manufacturing
NE
Soil Vapor Extraction
Waverly Groundwater Contamination
NE
REGION 8
In Situ Vitrification
Rocky Mountain Arsenal CU 16
CO
Soil Vapor Extraction
Chemical Sales Coppany, CU 1 (RCRA)
CO
Soil Vapor Extraction
Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace)*
(RCRA)
CO
Soil Vapor Extraction
Rocky Mountain Arsenal, CU 18
CO
Soil Vapor Extraction
Sand Creek Industrial, CU 1
CO
SoiL Washing
Sand Creek Industrial, CU 5
CO
Thermal Desorption
Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace)*
(RCRA)
CO
Bioremediation (In Situ
gw) Burlington Northern (Somers PLant)*
MT
Biorecnediation (In Situ
gw) Libby Ground Water Contarnination*
MT
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Burlington Northern (Somers Ptant)*
MT
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Libby Ground Water Contamination*
MT
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
Wasatch Chemicat*
UT
In Situ Vitrification
Wasatch Chemicat*
UT
AZ
AZ
AZ
AZ
AZ
AZ
AZ
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
NV
NV
* An asterisk indicates that more than one innovative treatment technology will be used for the site.
ID
OR
WA
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TABLE 2
PROJECT STATUS SUMMARY BY INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
Table 2 lists the applications of innovative treatment technologies at NPL and removal sites by technology and summarizes the
status of the specific technology application. The symbols used in this table are:
PD  In predesign. A site may be considered in predesign if EPA is negotiating the consent decree for the design with the
responsible party, the lead agency is preparing the predesign report, the lead agency is contracting for the design firm,
or the lead agency is conducting a treatabiity study or field investigation before beginning actual design work.
D  In design. A site is considered in design after the design contractor has begun work.
D/I  This symbol is used if the design work has been completed but installation work has not yet begun when this report is
published.
I  Being installed. An innovative treatment technology is being installed after the construction contract has been awarded
and before the treatment system has begun operation. For some technologies, this is a relatively short phase of the project
because they are assembled on site quickly. For other technologies, the period of installation lasts several construction
seasons.
0  Operational. A treatment technology is operational once it is constructed and has been proven to be functional. The
length of time required to complete the operation phase depends on such factors as the nature of the technology, the
quantity of material to be treated, and the concentration of the contaminants at the start of treatment.
C  Completed. A treatment technology project is considered complete when the operation of the treatment technology
ceases. Other site activities may still be planned or ongoing.
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April 1992
PROJECT STATUS
TABLE 2
S&1S ARY BY INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
01 Iron Horse Park, MA
02 General Motors/CentraL Foundry Division, CU 1, NY
03 Whitmoyer Laboratories, CU 3, PA
03 L.A. Clarke & Sons, Lagoon Sludge CU, VA
03 Ordnance Works Disposal, WV
04 American Creosote Works, FL
04 Brown Wood Preserving, FL
04 Cabot Carbon/Koppers, FL
04 Dubose Oil Products, FL
04 Southeastern Wood Preserving, MS (Removal)
04 Cape Fear Wood Preserving, NC
04 CharLes Macon Lagoon, NC
05 Galesburg/Koppers, IL
05 Cliff/Dow Du p, MI
05 BurLington Northern Railroad Tie Treating Plant, MN
05 Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co., MN
05 Moss-American, WI
06 OLd Inger OiL Refinery, LA
06 North Cavalcade Street, TX
06 Sheridan Disposal Services, TX
07 Vogel Paint & Wax, IA
07 Scott Luther, MO (Removal)
08 Burlington Northern (Somers Plant), MT
08 Libby Ground Water Contamination, MT
08 Wasatch Chemical, UT
09 J.H. Baxter, CA
09 Koppers Company, Inc. (Orovilte Plant), CA
02 FAA Technical Center, NJ (Ground water)
02 Swope Oil & Chern Co., aLl 2, NJ
02 Applied Environmental Services, CU 1, NY
02 Applied Environmental Services (Ground Water)
03 L. A. Clarke & Sons, CU 1, (Soils), VA
04 Cabot Carbon/Koppers, FL
04 Cabot Carbon/Koppers, FL (Ground water)
05 Seymour RecycLing, IN
05 Seymour Recycling, IN (Ground water)
05 Cliff/Dow Dur, MI (Ground water)
05 Allied Chem & Ironton Coke, aLl 2, OH
05 Onalaska Municipal Landfill, WI
06 Atchison/Santa Fe/Clovis, NM
06 French Limited, TX
07 Peoples Natural Gas, IA (Ground water)
07 Fairfield Coal and Gas, IA
08 BurLington Northern (Somers PLant), MT (Ground water)
08 Libby Ground Water Contamination, MT (Ground water)
09 Gila River Indian Reservation, AZ (Removal)
09 Castle AFB, CA (Ground water)
09 Koppers Company, Inc. (OrovilLe Plant), CA
09 Rosevitle Dri.xns, CA (Removal)
09 PoLy-Carb, WV (Removal)
01 Re-Solve, MA
02 Myers Property, NJ
02 Signo Trading/Mt. Vernon, NY (Removal)
02 Wide Beach DeveLopment, NY
03 Saunders Supply Company, OU 1
04 Smiths Farm Brooks, KY
04 Art ington Blending & Packaging, TN
06 FruitLand Drun, NM (Removal)
06 Tenth Street Duip/Junkyard, OK
06 Sot Lynn/Industrial Transformers, TX
07 Crown Plating, MO (Removal)
02 Lipari Landfill, NJ
02 Naval Air Engineering Center, CU 1, NJ
02 Naval Air Engineering Center, CU 2, NJ
02 Naval Air Engineering Center, CU 4, NJ
02 Vinetarid Chemical, OU 1 and CU 2, NJ
02 Byron Barrel & Drun, NY
03 L. A. Clarke & Sons, CU 1 (Soils), VA
03 U.S. Titaniun, VA
04 Ciba-Geigy (MacIntosh Plant), AL
REGION
BIOREMEDIATIOII (EX SITU) STATUS
REGION
BIOREMEDIATION (IN SITU) (continued) STATUS
0
0
0
PD
PD
0
C
D
0
0
0/I
PD
0
PD
0
0
D
0
0
PD
C
D
0
PD
0
D
0
D
0
C
0
D
C
C
REGION
03
CHEMICAL TREATMENT
STATUS
C
Avtex Fibers, VA (Removal)
04
Palmetto Wood Preserving, SC
C
05
PBM Enterprises (Van Dusen Airport
(Removal)
Service),
MI
C
09
Gita River Indian Reservation, AZ (Removal)
C
09
Stanford Pesticide 1, AZ (Removal)
C
REGION
REGION
BIOREMEDIATION (IN SITU) STATUS
DECHLORI NAT 1 (1W STATUS
PD
PD
C
C
PD
0
PD
0
0/I
C
REGION
D/ I
PD
PD
PD
PD
D
D
C
0
PD
PD
0
D
PD
IN SITU FLUSHING STATUS
0
0
D
PD
PD
PD
PD
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PROJECT STATUS
TABLE 2 (continued)
SLJIS(ARY BY INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
ApriL 1992
REGION IN SITU FLUSHING (continued )
04 JADCO-Hughes, NC
05 Ninth Avenue Dui, IN
05 Rasnussen Duip, MI
06 South Cavalcade Street, TX
07 Lee Chemical, MO
09 Poly-Carb, NV (Removal)
10 Union Pacific Railroad Sludge Pit, ID
10 United Chrome Products, OR
REGION SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION
01 Ketlogg-Deering Welt Field, CT
01 Groveland Wells, MA
01 Sitresim, MA
01 Wells G&H, MA
01 Mottolo Supply, NH
01 South Municipal Water Supply Well, NH
01 Tinkham Garage, NH
01 Stamina Mills, RI
02 A 0 Polymer, Soil treatment phase, NJ
02 FAA Technical Center, NJ
02 Garden State Cleaners, NJ
02 South Jersey Clothing, NJ
02 Swope Oil & Chem Co., CU 2, NJ
02 Applied Enviromentat Services, 00 1, NY
02 Circuitron Corporation, 00 1, NY
02 Genzale Plating Coppany, 00 1, NY
02 Mattiace Petrochemicals Coppany, 00 1, WY
02 SMS Instrunents (Deer Park), NY
02 Solvent Savers, NJ
02 Vestal Water Supply 1-1, NY
02 Upjohn Manufacturing Co., PR
03 Bendix, PA
03 Cryochem, 00 3, PA
03 Henderson Road, PA
03 Lord-Shope Landfill, PA
03 Tysons Duap, PA
03 Arrowhead Associates/Scovill, 00 1, VA
REGION SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION (continued )
04 Robbins AFB, Landfill and Sludge Lagoon, 00 1, GA
04 Charles Macon Lagoon, 00 1, NC
04 JADCO-Hughes, NC
04 Hinson Chemical, SC (Removal)
04 Medley Farm, Cli 1, SC
04 SCRDI Bluff Road, SC
05 Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc., CU 2, IL
05 Enviro. Conservation and Chemical (AmerKhT ,ent), IN
05 Fisher Cab Chem, IN
05 MIDCO I, IN
05 Main Street Well Field, IN
05 Seymour Recycling, iN
05 Wayne Waste Reclamation, IN
05 Chem Central, MI
05 Kysor Industrial, NI
05 Springfield Township Dui , MI
05 Sturgis Municipal Well field, MI
05 ThermoChem, Inc., 00 1, MI
05 Verona Well Field (Thomas Solvent/Raymond Road), MI
05 Verona Well Field, 00 2, MI
05 Long Prairie Groundwater Contamination, MN
05 Miami County Incinerator, OH
05 Pristine (Amen& ent), OH
05 Zanesvi(le Well Field, OH
05 Hagen Farm, WI
05 Wausau Groundwater Contamination, WI
06 South Valley, NM
06 Tinker AFB (Soldier Creek Bldg. 3001), OK
06 Petro-Chemical Systems, Inc., 00 2, TX
07 Hastings GW Contamination (Colorado Aye), NE
07 Hastings OW Contamination (Far-Mar Co.), NE
07 Hastings GW Contamination, Well Mo. 3, NE
07 Lindsay Manufacturing, NE
07 Waverly Groundwater Contamination, NE
08 Chemical Sales Conpany, 04.J 1, CO
08 Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace), CO
08 Rocky Mountain Arsenal, OU 18, Co
08 Sand Creek Industrial, CU 1, CO
09 Indian Bend Wash, South Area, 00 1, AZ
09 Mesa Ground Water Contamination, AZ
09 Motorola 52nd Street, AZ
09 Phoenix-Goodyear Airport Area (North &
09 Fairchild Semiconductor (San Jose), CA
09 FairchiLd Semiconductor/MTV-I, CA
09 Fairchild Semiconductor/MTV-II, CA
09 IBM (San Jose), CA
09 Intel, Mountain View, CA
STATUS
0
0
D
0
PD
C
PD
0
REGION
05
IN SITU VITRIFICATION
STATUS
0
Ionia City Landfill, MI
05
Parsons Chemical (ElM Enterprise).
MI
(Removal)
0/I
08
Rocky Mountain Arsenal, CU 16, Co
0
08
Wasatch Chemical, liT
PD
STATUS
PD
PD
D
C
PD
D
PD
PD
0
PD
PD
PD
PD
D
PD
PD
PD
0
PD
D/ I
PD
D
PD
D
D
D
PD
D
D
PD
0
0
PD
D
D
0
PD
0
D
0
D
D
0
0
STATUS
0
0
PD
PD
PD
0
0
PD
PD
0/I
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
0
PD
PD
PD
C
PD
D
0
0
0
PD
South Fac), AZ
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TABLE 2 (continued) ApriL 1992
SUPS ARY BY INNOVATIVE TREATItNT TECHNOLOGY
09 Intersil/Siemens, CA
09 MonoLithic Memories, CA
09 National Semiconductor and Advanced Micro Device, CA
09 Raytheon, Mountain View, CA
09 Signetics (AND), CA
09 SoLvent Service, CA
09 Spectra Physics, OU 1, CA
09 TeLedyne Semiconductors, CA
09 Van Waters and Rogers, CA
09 Watkins-Johnson, CA
10 Commencement Bay/S. Tacoma Channel/WeLL 12A, WA,
Ewan Property, NJ
King of Prussia, NJ
Myers Property, NJ
Vinetand ChemicaL, CU 1 and CU 2, NJ
American Creosote Works, FL
Cabot Carbon/Koppers, FL
Southeastern Wood Preserving, MS (Removal)
Cape Fear Wood Preserving, NC
United Scrap Lead/SIA, OH
Zanesvilte WelL Field, OH
Moss-American, WI
Arkwood, AR
Koppers/Texarkana, TX
South CavaLcade Street, TX
Sand Creek Industrial, CU 5, CO
FMC (Fresno), CA
Koppers Coppany, Inc. (Oroville PLant), CA
01 Norwood PCBs, MA
01 O Connor, ME
01 Pinettes Salvage Yard, ME
02 Ewan Property, NJ
04 General Refining, GA (RemovaL)
04 CaroLina Transformers, NC
06 Traband Warehouse, OK (RemovaL)
06 United Creosoting, TX
PD
D
C/I
PD
C
PD
C
D
REGION THERMAL DESORPTION
01 Cannon Engineering/Bridgewater, MA
01 Re-Solve, MA
01 IcKin, ME
01 Union ChemicaL Co., CU 1, ME
01 Ottati & Goss, NH
02 CaIdweLt Trucking, NJ
02 Metaltec/Aerosystems, CU 1 - Soil Treatment, NJ
02 Reich Farms, NJ
02 Waldick Aerospace Devices, NJ
02 American Thermostat, NY
02 CLaremont PotychemicaL - SoiL Remedy, NY
02 FuLton Terminals, Soil Treatment, NY
02 Sarney Farm, NY
02 Solvent Savers, NY
02 GE Wiring Devices, PR
03 U.S.A. Letterkenny SE Area, CU 1, PA
03 Saunders Supply Co, CU 1, VA
04 Ciba-Geigy (MacIntosh PLant), AL
04 Aberdeen Pesticide Dti s, CU 4, NC
04 Sangamo/TweLve MiLe/HartwelL PCB , SC
04 Wamchem, SC
04 Arlington Blending & Packaging Co.., CU 1, TN
05 Acme Solvent RecLaiming, Inc., CU 2, IL
05 Outboard Marine/Waukegan Harbor, CU 3, IL
05 Anderson Development (ROD Amenduent), MI
05 Carter Industries, MI
05 University of Minnesota, MN
08 Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace), CO
REGION OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
01 South Municipal Water Supply WeLL, NH
03 Brodhead Creek, CU 1, PA
06 Petro-Chemical Systems, Inc., CU 2, TX
REGION
PROJECT STATUS
SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION (continued) STATUS
0
PD
PD
0
0
0
PD
0
SOIL SHING
REGION
02
02
02
02
04
04
04
04
05
05
05
06
06
06
08
09
09
STATUS
PD
0
PD
D
0
0
0
0/I
D
PD
D
PD
PD
C
D
PD
D
STATUS
C
PD
D
C
D
0/I
D
0/I
0
D
0
0
PD
0
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
0
PD
PD
0
0
PD
D
PD
REGION
SOLVENT EXTRACTION STATUS
STATUS
C
PD
PD
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
Table 3 is the principal part of this document. It contains the most detailed, site-specific information for sites where innovative
treatment has been selected. The columns of Table 3 present the following information:
Site Name, State, Region, ROD Date
This column identifies the site and the operable unit for which innovative treatment was selected.
A Record of Decision (ROD) documents the selection of remedy in the remedial pmgram. The date shown in this column is the
date a ROD was signed by an EPA official.
An asterisk (*) in this column indicates that a treatabiity study has been completed for this technology at this site.
Specific Technology
The second column describes the specific type of technology selected within a general category of innovative treatment. For
example, within the general category of bioremediation, the specific technologies of land treatment or slurry-phase bioremediation
may be chosen.
Site Description
This column provides information on the industrial source of the contamination at the site and allows analysis of the selection
of innovative technologies by site type. For example, by using the information in this column, one may determine the most
frequently selected innovative technology for wood preserving sites.
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Media (Quantity)
This column provides information on the media and quantity of material to be treated. If a treatment is used in situ, an effort was
made to include the maximum depth of the treatment to provide the reader with another important parameter regarding the
application.
Key Contaminants Treated
The major contaminants or contaminant groups targeted by the treatment technology are shown in this column. There may be
other contaminants as well that will be treated. Other contaminants that may be present, but are not being addressed by the listed
technology, are included.
Status
This column gives the status of the application of the innovative treatment technology. Predesign indicates that the ROD has
been signed but design has not begun. During predesign, EPA may be negotiating with the potentially responsible parties,
procuring the services of a design firm, or collecting information (such as conducting a treatability study) needed in the design
stage. If a project is in design, the engineering documents needed to contract and build the remedy are being prepared. If a remedy
is being installed, the lead agency has signed a contract for the construction work needed to set up the remedy. The remedy is
operational if it is constructed and is now being operated as a treatment system and it is completed if the goals of the ROD for
that treatment technology have been met and treatment ceases.
One purpose of this column is to identify opportunities to vendors to become involved in the next phase of the projects. Whenever
possible, the season and year that the current phase will end is given. This is identified as the completion planned date.
Lead Agency, Treatment Contractor
The lead indicates whether federal dollars are to be used to implement the remedy (Fund lead) or the potentially responsible
parties will conduct the remedy with EPA/State oversight (PRP lead). If a remedy is Fund lead, EPA may manage the design!
construction through its contractors, the State may manage the project with Superfund dollars, or the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers (USACE) may act for EPA to manage the design or construction. Whichever agency or organization is responsible
for managing the remedy, the contractor responsible for the actual installation and operation of the innovative technology is also
identified if the lead agency has selected one.
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Contacts/Phone
This final column gives the names and telephone numbers of useful contacts for the site or technology. The first name is usually
the EPA Remedial Project Manager (RPM) (for remedial actions) or On-Scene Coordinator (OSC) (for emergency response
actions) responsible for the site. If a remedy is being managed by the State, the name and phone number of the State RPM is also
provided. Information on any other useful contacts is provided.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMTION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
April 1992
Region
Site Name 1 State (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
1
Iron Horse Park,* MA
(09/15/88)
Land treatment
Industrial and
raiLyard waste
Sludge 25,000
VOCs, PAHs
Operational; Con Letion
planned Sumner 1995
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight; ENSR
Consulting
Don McElroy
617-223-5571
FTS-833-1571
2
General Motors/Central
Foundry Division, OU1,
NY (12/17/90)
Slurry phase
Machine shops
Engine casting
facility
SoiL (100,000
cy), Sludge
(91,000 cy
from Lagoon),
Sediments
(62,000 cy)
PCBs
In design; Design
coppletion planned Sumner
1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Lisa Carson
212-264-6857
FTS-264-6857
3
Whitmoyer Laboratories,
0U3, PA (12/31/90)
Bioremediation (Ex
Situ (to be used
with iron-based
fixation)
Other organic
chemicaL
manufacturing
Soil (5,600
cy, contined),
Sediments
VOCs (ICE), SVOCs
(Aniline)
In design; Design
coppletion planned Winter
1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Chris Corbett
215-597-6906
FTS-597-6906
3
L.A. Clarke & Sons,
Lagoon Sludge OU, VA
(03/31/88)
Slurry phase in
tanks
Wood
preserving
SLudge
(quantity
unknown)
PAHs (Creosote)
Predesign; PD con Letion
pLanned Spring 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Gene Wingert
215-597-1727
FTS-597-1727
3
Ordnance Works
Disposal, WV (09/29/89)
Land treatment
Chemical
manufacturing
Soil (13,500
cy)
PAHs
(Carcinogenic)
Predesign; PD con Letion
planned Sumner 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Drew Lausch
215-597-1286
FTS-597-1286
4
American Creosote
Works,* FL (09/28/89)
See also Soil Washing
SLurry phase
(Preceded by soil
washing)
Wood
preserving
Soil (fines
from washing
36,500 cy)
SVOCs (PCP),
Dioxins, PAHs
(Creosote)
In design; Design
con letion planned Sumner
1992. The design will be
a performance spec and is
expected to be available
for bid during this
sumner
Federal Lead/Fund
financed
Madolyn Streng
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
Charles Logan
(FL)
904-488-0190
Kelsey Hetton
(FL)
904-488-0190
4
Brown Wood Preserving,
FL (04/08/88)
Land treatment
Wood
preserving,
Dritn storage/
disposal
Soil (7,500
cy)
PAHs (Creosote)
Coppleted (see Table 4)
PRP lead/FederaL
oversight;
Recnediation
Technologies,
Inc -
Martha Berry
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
4
Cabot Carbon/Koppers,
FL (09/27/90)
See also In Situ
Bioremediation, SoiL
Washing
Slurry phase
(Bioremediation of
fines folLowing
soil washing)
Wood
preserving;
Pine tar and
turpentine
manufacturing
Soil (fines
from washing;
approximately
6,400 cy)
SVOCs (PCP, Bis
(2-ethyl-
hexyl)phthalate,
DimethytphenoL,
DNT), PAHs
In design; Design
coppletion planned Spring
1994
PRP Lead/FederaL
oversight
Martha Berry
404-347-2643
FTS-347-2643
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabiLity study has been con Leted.
note: Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
(contiriied)
Region
Site Name, State (ROD
Date)

Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)

Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
4
Dubose Oil Products, FL
(03/29/90)
Solid phase
(Windrowing with
aeration and
irrigation in a
barn)
Petroteun
refining and
reuse
Soil (15,000
cy)
SVOCs (PCP), PANs
In design; Design
completion planned Winter
1992; Pilot- scaLe work
to begin in Sumner 1992;
This will be Phase 1 of
RA
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Mike McKibben
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
Joe Wheatley
(FL)
904-488-0190
4
Southeastern Wood
Preserving, MS
Emergency Response
Action Memo signed
09/30/90
See also Soil Washing
Slurry phase
(preceded by soil
washing)
Wood
preserving
Soil (fines
from 8,000 cy
of soil)
SVOC5 (PCP), PANs
(Creosote)
Operational; Completion
planned Sumner 1993
Federal lead/Fund
financed; OHM
Remediation
Services Corp
Don Rieger
404-347-3931
FTS-257-3931
4
Cape Fear Wood
Preserving,* NC
(06/30/89)
See also Soil Washing
Slurry phase
(preceded by soil
washing)
Wood
preserving
SoiL (2,000 cy
of fines from
20,000 cy of
soil)
VOCs, PAHs
Design completed but not
installed; Construction
contract being procured;
Construction wiLl begin
this sumner
State lead/Fund
financed
Jon Bornholm
404-347-7791
FTS-257-T791
4
Charles Macon Lagoon,
NC (09/30/91)
Ex Situ
Bioremediation
(Type to be
determined)
Petroleun
refining and
reuse
Soil (1,000
cy)
PAHs (Benzo(a)-
anthracene,
Benzo(a)pyrene)
Predesign; PD completion
planned FaLL 1992
PRP lead/FederaL
oversight
Jack Butler
919-733-2801
5
Galesburg/Koppers, IL
(06/30/89)
Land treatment
___________________
Wood
preserving
Soil (15,200
cy)
SVOCs (PCP,
Creosote,
Phenols), PANs
In design; Design
completion planned Fall
1993
PRP lead/FederaL
oversight;
Remediation
Technologies,
Inc.
Brad Bradley
312-886-4742
FTS-886-4742
Steve Davis
217-785-3913
5
5
CLiff/Dow Du , MI
(09/27/89)
See also Bioremediation
(In Situ)
Burlington Northern
Railroad Tie Treating
Plant,* MM (06/04/86)
Bioremediation (Ex
Situ) (Type to be
determined)
Land treatment
Waste disposal
for charcoal
manufacturing
plant
Wood
preserving
Soil (9,200
cy)
Soil (9,500
cy), Sludge
(9,600 cy)
VOCs (ICE, BTEX),
SVOC5 (Phenol,
Naphthalene)
SVOCs (Phenols),
PAHs
Predesign; PD completion
planned 1992; Design to
be completed in Winter
1993;
Operational; Completion
planned 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
PRP lead/State-
Federal
oversight;
Remediation
Lida Tan
312-886-1842
FTS-886-1842
Tony Rutter
312-886-8961
FTS-886-8961
Fred Jenness
Technologies,
Inc.
(MN)
612-297-8470
Richard Truax
(RETEC)
303-493-3700
Status as of February 1992.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
_______________
Media
(Quantity)

Key Contaminants
Treated

Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contactsf
Phone
5
Joslyn Manufacturing
and SuppLy Co., MN
(Project began in 1988)
Land treatment
(Unlined treatment
unit with
irrigation and
titling)
Wood
preserving
SoiL (75,000
cy)
SVOC5 (PCP), PANs
Operational; Completion
planned Fall 1992;
Operations began in 8/89
PRP lead/State
oversight; ECOVA
Corporation
Kevin Turner
312-886-4444
FTS-886-4444
Steve Schoff
(MN)
612-296-7827
5
Moss American,* WI
(09/27/90)
See also Soil Washing
Slurry phase
(preceded by soil
washing)
Wood
preserving
Soil (80,000
cy of fines),
Sediments
(5,200 cy)
PANs
In design; Design
completion planned 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Weston, Inc.
Betty Lavis
312-886-4784
FTS-886-4784
6
Old Inger Oil
Refinery,* LA
(09/25184)
Land treatment
Petroleun
refining and
reuse
Soil (120,000
cy, coetined),
Sludge
VOCs (Benzene,
Ethylbenzene),
PANs (Petroleun
Hydrocarbons)
Operational; CompLetion
planned Spring 1997
State lead/Fund
financed;
Westinghouse
Haztech
(installation);
Operation to be
awarded Spring
1992
Paul Sieminski
214-655-6710
FTS-255-6710
Mike Hahn (LA)
504-765-0487
6
North Cavalcade
Street,* TX (06/28/88)
Land treatment
Wood
preserving
Soil (22,300
cy)
VOCs (STEX), PANs
(Creosote)
In design; Design
completion planned Fall
1992
State lead/Fund
financed
Deborah
Griswold
214-655-6715
FTS-255-6715
Lewis Rogers
(TX)
512-463-8188
6
7
Sheridan Disposal
Services,* TX
(12/29/88)
VogeL Paint & Uax,* IA
(09/25/89)
Slurry phase
Land treatment
Industrial
landfill
Paint/ink
formation
Sludge (3,000
cy of oils and
sludge),
Solids (40,000
cy of soils
and sludgelike
material)
Soil (10,000
cy)
VOCs (Benzene,
Toluene), SVOCs
(Phenols), PCBs
VOCs (Methyl Ethyl
Ketone, BTX)
Predesign; PD completion
planned Suiiner 1992
Being installed;
Installation completion
planned Spring 1992; One
cell has been
constructed.
PRP lead/State
oversight
PRP lead/State
oversight;
Geotech
Engineering and
Testing Services,
Inc.
Ruth Israeli
214-655-6735
FTS-255-6735
Steve Jones
913-551-7755
FTS-276-7755
Bob Drustrup
(IA)
515-281-8900
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY AprIL 1992
Bioremediation (Ex Situ)
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description


Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contactsl
Phone
7
Scott Li.ziter, MO
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
07/10/87)
Land treatment
Wood
preserving
Soil (16,000
cy)
SVOC5 (Phenols),
PAHs
(Benzo-(a)-pyrene)
Conpleted; Operational
11/87 to Fall 1991
Federal lead/Fund
financed;
Remediation
Technologies,
Inc.
Bruce Morrison
913-551-5014
FTS-276-5014
8
Burlington Northern
(Somers Ptant),* MT
(09/27/89)
See also Bioremediation
(In Situ)
Land treatment
Wood
preserving
Soil (12,000
cy)
PAHs (Creosote)
In design; Design
coepletion planned Fall
1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight;
Remediation
Technologies,
Inc.
Jim Harris
406-449-5414
FTS-585-5414
8
Libby Ground Water
Contamination,* MT
(12/30/88)
See also Bioremediation
In Situ
Land treatment
using two 1-acre
cells; soil is
excavated and mixed
Wood
preserving
SoiL (45,000
cy)
VOCs (Benzene),
SVOCs (PCP), PAH5
(Creosote)
Operational; Conpletion
pLanned 1999
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Jim Harris
406-449-5414
FTS-585-5414
Bert Bledsoe
(RSKERL)
405-332-2313
FTS-743-2313
8
Wasatch Chemical,* UT
(03/29/91)
See also In Situ
Vitrification
Land treatment on
an asphalt pad
Pesticide
manufacturing!
use/storage,
Other organic
chemical
manufacturing,
Other
inorganic
chemical
manufacturing
Soil (1,100
cy)
VOCs (Toluene,
Xylene)
Predesign; PD conpletion
planned Spring 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Bert Garcia
303-293-1526
FTS-330-1526
9
9
J.H. Baxter,* CA
(09/27/90)
Koppers Coapany, Inc.
(Oroville Plant), CA
(04/04/90)
See also Bioremediation
(In situ), Soil Washing
Land treatment
(bioremediation to
be followed by
fixation for
metals)
Slurry phase
(preceded by soil
washing)
Wood
preserving
Wood
preserving
Soil (quantity
unknown)
Soil (fines
from 200,000
cy to be soil
washed)
Oioxins, PAHs
SVOCs
(Polychlorinated
phenols),
Pesticides,
Dioxins
In design; Design
conpletion planned Sunner
1993
In design; Design
coapletion planned Spring
1993; This project is
being considered as part
of the soil washing
project
PRP leadfFederal
oversight
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Mary Masters
415-744-2370
FTS-4840
Fred
Schauffler
415-744-2365
115-484-2365
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been coirleted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATIOSI BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY Aprfl 1992
Bioremediation (In Situ)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
:

Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
2
FAA Technical Center,*
NJ (09/26/89)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
In situ
bioremediation
Jet fuel tank
farm
gw (extraction
wells-30 to 40 ft
deep)
VOCs
Design coe ,Lete;
Going to bid in
April for RA
contract award in
Late sumner
Federal facility,
FAA Lead
Carla Strubte
212-264-4595
FTS-264-4595
Keith Buch (FAA)
609-484-6644
2
Swope Oil & Chem Co.,
0U2, NJ (09/27/91)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
In situ soil
bioventing with
vacuun extraction
Chemical
reclamation
SoiL (2 acres to
80 ft deep)
SVOCs
(Naphthalene,
DEHP,
2-ethylhexyl-
phaLate)
Predesign; PD
coppletion planned
1992
Still in
negotiation
Joseph Gowers
212-264-5386
FTS-264-5386
2
Applied EnvirorinentaL
Services, OU1, NY
(06/24/91)
See also Soil Vapor
Extractions)
In situ saturated
soil
Petrolei.in
refining and
reuse
Soil (quantity
unknown)
VOCs (TEX), SVOCs
(Naphthalene,
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate,
Benzo(b)FLuoroan-
thene
Predesign, PD
con letion planned
1992
PRP lead/State
oversight
Andrew Anglish
(NY) 518-457-
5637
2
AppLied Envirorinental
Services, (Ground
Water), NY (06/24/91)
In situ ground
water, treated gw
to be reinjected
w/nutrients and H 2 0 2
Petroleun
refining and
reuse
gw
VOC5 (TEX)
Predesign, PD
contetion planned
1992
PRP lead/State
oversight
Andrew Anglish
(NY)
518-457-5637
3
LA Clarke & Sons, 00 1
(Soils),* VA (03/31/88)
See also In Situ
Flushing
In situ
bioremediation
follows creosote
recovery and in
situ flushing
Wood
preserving
Soil (15,000 cy,
maximin depth 8 -
10 ft)
VOCs (Benzene),
PAHs (Creosote,
Carcinogenic)
Predesign; PD
con letion planned
Sumner 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Eugene Wingert
215-597-1727
FTS-597-1727
4
Cabot Carbon/Koppers,
FL (09/27/90)
See also Ex Situ
Bioremediation; Soil
Washing
In situ soil
treatment above/
below gw table by
nutrient addition
Wood
preserving;
Pine tar and
turpentine
manufacturing
Soil (5,000 cy)
SVOCs (PCP,
Bis(2-ethyl
hexyL)ptithalate,
Owl,
DimethylphenoL),
PAH5
In design; Design
con letion planned
Spring 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Martha Berry
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
4
5
Cabot Carbon/Koppers
(Ground water), FL
(09/27/90)
Seymour RecycLing,* IN
(09/30/87)
In situ ground
water treating
above/below gw
tabLe by nutrient
addition
In situ soiL
Nutrients plowed
Wood
preserving;
Pine tar and
turpentine
manufacturing
Chemical waste
management and
gw
Soil
(approximately
SVOCs (PCP, Bis(2-
ethythexyl)
phthalate , DNT,
dimethy lphenol),
PAH
VOCs (BTEX),
SVOCs, PAHs
In design; Design
con ,Letion planned
Spring 1994
Coppleted (see Table
4); Nutrients were
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Martha Berry
404-347-2643
FTS-256-2643
Jeff Gore
312-886-6552
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
into soil
incineration
200,000 cy, 12
acres to 10 ft
deep)
(Petroleun
Hydrocarbons)
plowed into the soil
during Sumner, 1990
Geraghty & Miller
FTS-886-6552
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been conpleted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATIENT TECHNOLOGY Apr ii 1992
Bioremediation (In situ)
(cant iriued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai_table)
Contacts/
Phone
5
Seymour RecycLing
(Ground water), IN
(09/30/87)
In situ gw
treatment
incidentaL to soiL
treatment
ChemicaL waste
management and
incineration
gw (under approx.
12 acres)
VOCs, SVOCs, PNAs
Operational; Gw
treatment was not
designed but appears
to be occuring as a
result of in situ
soiL treatment
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Jeff Gore
312-886-6552
FTS-886-6552
5
CLiff/Dow Duap, MI
(09/27/89)
See also Ex Situ
Bioremediation
In situ gw without
addition of
nutrients, oxygen,
or microbes
Waste disposal
for charcoaL
manufacturing
plant
gw
VOCs (BTEX), SVOCs
(Phenol), PAHs
Predesign; PD
coopletion planned
1992; Design to be
coppLeted Winter
1993
PRP Lead/FederaL
oversight
Lida Tan
312-886-1842
FTS-886-1842
5
ALlied Chemical &
Ironton Coke, 0U2,* OH
(12/28/90)
In situ
bioremediation of
Lagoon sediments
Coke
manufacturing
Sediments
(457,000 cy from
a Lagoon)
PAHs
Predesign; PD
con letion planned
Winter 1993
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight; IT
Corporation
Jim Van der
Ktoot
312-353-9309
FTS-353-9309
5
OnaLaska MunicipaL
LandfiLl, WI (08/14/90)
In situ soil; Air
injection; no
nutrient or microbe
addition
MunicipaL
LandfilL
Soil (16,000 cy,
11 - 15 ft deep)
SVOCs
(Naphthalene),
PAHs
In design; Design
coru ,Letion pLanned
FaLL 1992
Federal lead/Fund
financed
Kevin AdLer
312-886-7078
FTS-886-7078
6
Atchison/Santa
Fe/Clovis,* NM
(09/23/88)
In situ soil;
Landfarm sludges
and cap
Railyard
wastes (diesel
spiLls)
Soil (28,600 cy,
contined, to 6 ft
deep), Sludge
PAHs (Petroleun
Hydrocarbons,
Diesel Fuel)
Being installed;
Conpletion pLanned
Spring 1992
PRP lead/State
oversight; Radian
Corporation
Susan Webster
214-655-6730
FTS-255-6730
6
French Limited, TX
(03/24/88)
In situ Lagoon
bioremediation
Petrochemical
Sludge (70,100 cy
coatined),
Sediments
VOC5, PAHs
In design
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Judith Black
214-655-6735
FTS-2556735
7
7
FairfieLd Coal and Gas,
IA (9/21/90)
Peoples Natural Gas,
In situ sLudge;
Injection H 2 0 2 ,
nutrients &
effLuent from gw
treatment
In situ gw
CoaL
gasification
CoaL
SLudge (Coal tars
at 22 - 27 ft
deep)
gw
VOCS (BTEX), PAHs
(Naphthalene)
VOC5 (Benzene),
In design; Design
con letion planned
Sumer 1994; Field
scale pilot test
underway now,
con Lete in January,
1994
Predesign; PD
con Letion planned
Winter 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Steve Jones
913-551-7755
FTS-276-7755
Bill Bunn
913-551-7792
FTS-276-7792
IA (9/16/91)
gasification
PAH5
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabitity study has been conteted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY riL 1992
Bioremediation (In situ)
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated

Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai Lable)
Contacts!
Phone
8
Burlington Northern
(Somers PLant),* MT
(09/27/89) See also
Bioremediation (Ex
situ)
In situ gw
Wood
preserving
gw (2 areas, 20
ft deep and 30 ft
deep)
SVOCs (PhenoLs),
PAH5 (Creosote)
In design; Design
compLetion planned
Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Remediation
Technologies,
Inc.
Jim Harris
406-449-5414
FTS-585-5414
8
Libby Ground Water
Contamination,* MT
(12/30/88)
See aLso Bioremediation
(Ex situ)
In situ ground
water; Injection of
H 2 0 2 and Potassiijn
tripolyphosphate
Wood
preserving
gw (targeting 40
- 80 ft deep)
VOC5 (Benzene),
SVOCs (PCP), PAHs
(Creosote)
Operational,
Completion planned
2001; PA started
SeptetTter 1991
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Woodward-Clyde
Jim Harris
406-449-5414
FTS-585-5414
Bert Bledsoe
(RSKERL)
405-332-2313
FTS-743-2313
9
Gila River Indian
Reservation, AZ
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
07/31/84); See also
Chemical Treatment
In situ soil;
preceded by
chemical treatment
Drun storage /
disposal;
Airfield with
buried druns
Soil (3,200 cy)
Pesticides
(Toxaphene, Ethyl
and Methyl
Parathion)
Completed;
OperationaL 6/85 -
10/85 (see Table 4)
Federal Lead/
Fund financed
Richard Martin
414-744-2288
FTS-484-2288
9
Castle Air Force Base,
Oh 1, CA (09/30/91)
In situ ground
water, treated 9W
to be reinjected
with nutrients and
H 2 0 2
Federal
facility
gw
VOCs (ICE, PCE,
DCE, DCA, Carbon
tetrachloride ,
Benzene)
In design
Federal facility,
U.S. Air Force
lead
Michael Work
415-744-2392
FTS-484-2392
9
Koppers Company, Inc.
(Oroville Plant), CA
(04/04/90)
See also Soil Washing;
Bioremediation (Ex
Situ)
In situ soil;
surface application
of nutrients &
electron donors,
recirculate
Wood
preserving
Soil (110,000 cy,
to a depth of 10
ft)
SVOCs (Polychlori-
nated phenols),
Pesticides,
Dioxins
In design; Design
cofipletion planned
Spring 1993
PRP Lead/FederaL
oversight
Fred Schauffter
415-744-2365
FTS-484-2365
9
9
Roseville Druns, CA
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
03/03/88)
Poly-Carb, NV
Emergency Response
In situ soiL
In situ soil,
nutrients plowed
Midnight duip
on dirt road
Comnercial
waste
Soil (14 cy)
Soil (1,500 cy)
VOCS, SVOCs
(Dfchlorobenzene,
Phenols)
SVOC5 (Phenols),
PAHs (Cresol)
Completed;
Operational 2/88 to
11/88 (see Table 4)
Completed;
Operational from
Federal lead/Fund
Financed
Federal Lead/Fund
financed; Reidel
Brad Shipley
415-744-2287
FTS-484-2287
Bob Mandel
415-744-2290
(Action Memo signed
05/14/87); See also In
Situ Flushing
into soil
management
7/87 to 8/88 (see
Table 4)
Envirorinentat
Services
FTS-484-2290
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Chemical Treatment
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)

Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
3
Avtex Fibers, VA
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
11/14/89)
Chemical treatment
Rayon
manufacturing
facility
waste-water
treatment
Sludge (39,000
gallons)
Carbon Disulfide
Completed in 8/91 (see
Table 4)
Federal lead/Fund
financed; OH
Materials
Vincent Zenone
215-597-3038
FTS-597-3038
4
Palmetto Wood
Preserying,* SC
(09/30/87)
Reduction of Cr(6)
to Cr(3) using Na
rnetaphosphate
Wood
preserving
Soil (12,700
cy)
Metals (Chromiu ,
Arsenic, Copper)
Completed; Operational
9/88 to 2/89 (see
Table 4)
Federal lead/Fund
financed; Roy F.
Weston
Al Cherry
404-342-7791
FTS-257-7791
5
PBM Enterprises (Van
Dusen Airport Service),
MI
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
(04/10/88)
Oxidation with
Sodiun Hypochlorite
Silver
Recovery
FaciLity
Solids
(Cyanide-
tainted x-ray
film chips)
Organic Cyanides
Completed; Operational
5/85 to 10/85 (see
Table 4)
Federal lead/Fund
financed; American
Enviromental
Service, Inc.
Ross Powers
312-378-7661
FTS-378-7661
9
9
Gila River Indian
Reservation, AZ
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
07/31/84)
See also Bioremediation
(In situ)
Stanford Pesticide #1,
AZ
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
04/20/87)
In situ
In situ
Drun storage /
disposal
Airfield with
buried druns
Pesticide
manufacturing
/ use /
storageFarm
Equipment
Storage
SoiL (3,200
cy)
Soil (200)
Pesticides
(Toxaphene, Ethyl
and Methyl
Parathion)
Pesticides
(Methyl
Parathion)
Completed; Operational
4/85 to 10/85 (see
Table 4)
Completed; Operational
7/87 to 9/87 (see
Table 4)
Federal lead/Fund
financed
Federal lead/Fund
financed; Crosby
and Overton
Richard Martin
414-744-2288
FTS-484-2288
Dan Shane
415-744-2286
FTS-484-2286
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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TAHIE 3
DETAI LED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
ApriL 1992
Dechlorination
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai table)
Contacts/
Phone
1
Re .Solve,* MA
(09/24/87)
See also Thermal
Desorption
DechLorination of
residuals from
thermal desorption
Chemical
reclamation
facility
Soil
(residuals
from 22,500
cy)
PCBs
Predesign; PD conpletion
planned Spring 1992;
Treatabitity study to be
coopleted Spring 1992;
Design coopLetion planned
Sumier 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
ChemicaL Waste
Management, Inc.
Lorenzo Thantu
617-223-5500
FTS-883-1500
2
Myers Property, NJ
(09/28/90)
See also Soil Washing
Dechlorination
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage
Soil (50,000
cy cothined),
Sediments
SVOCs
(hexachlorobenzene,
Pesticides (DDT,
DDE, DDD), Dioxins
Predesign; PD cooptetion
planned Su iner 1992 as
soon as Consent Decree
approved
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
John Prince
212-264-1213
FTS-264-1213
2
Signo Trading/Mt.
Vernon, NY
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
12/19/86)
Dechlorination
Waste
Management
Facility
Warehouse
Sludge (15
gallons)
Dioxins (2,3,7,8-
TCDD-Laden
Herbicides)
Con leted; Operational
10/20/87 (see Table 4)
Federal
lead/Fund
financed; Galson
Research Corp.
(subcontractor
to OHM)
Charles
Fitzsininons
201-321-6608
FTS-340-6608
2
Wide Beach Development,
NY (09/30/85)
DechLorination with
APEG
Contaminated
road dust,
driveways,
ditches
SoiL (40,000
cy)
PCBs
Ccxi teted; OperationaL
10/90 to 6/91 (see Table
4)
Federal
lead/Fund
financed;
Soiltech Inc.
(subcontractor
to Kimins)
Herb King
212-264-1129
FTS-264-1129
3
Saunders SuppLy Co,
001, VA (09/30/91)
See also Thermal
Desorpt ion
Dechlorination
Wood
preserving
Sludge (700
cy)
Dioxins (TCDD
equivalents)
Predesign, PD coapletion
planned Spring 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Andy Palestini
215-597-1286
FTS-597-1286
4
Smiths Farm Brooks,*
KY (09/30/91)
DechLorination
Drun storage!
disposal
Soil (16,000
cy)
PCBs, PANs
(Carcinogenic)
In design; Design
coapletion planned Spring
1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Tony DeAngelo
404347-7791
FTS-257-7791
4
6
ArLington Blending &
Packaging Co., 001*, TN
(06/28/91)
See also Thermal
Desorption
Fruitland Drun, NM
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
09/08/90)
DechLorination of
residuals from
thermal desorption
Dechlorination with
BCD
Pesticide
manufacturing!
use/storage,
Other organic
chemical
manufacturing
Operation/
maintenance
faciLity, site
not on NPL
Liquid
(Residuals
from thermal
desorption)
Liquids (3
druns of waste
product, 150
gallons)
VOC5 (DCE), SVOC5
(PCP), Pesticides
(Chlordane,
heptaclor)
VOCs, Pesticides,
Dioxins (2 ,4,5,T),
PANs
Predesign, PD coapletion
planned Winter 1992
In planning stage,
schedule uncertain
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Derek Matory
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
Craig Carlton
214-655-2270
FTS-255 -2270
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been coopLeted.
Note: Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise inchcated.
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Dechlorination
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai table)
Contacts/
Phone
6
Tenth Street
Du1 /Junkyard,* OK
(09/27/90)
DechLorination
SaLvage and
industriaL
waste dus
SoiL (10,000
cy)
PCB5
In design; Remedy is
being reevaluated due to
results of RD, there is
too much debris
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Noel Bennett
214-655-6715
FTS-255-6715
6
7
Sot Lynn/IndustriaL
Transformers,* TX
(03/25/88)
Crown Plating, MO
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
08/29/89)
Dechlorination with
APEG
Dechlorination
Transformer
and solvent
recycter
ELectroplating
Soil (800 cy),
SLudge ((oiL)
400 gal tons)
Liquid (5
gallons)
PCBs
Pesticides (SiLvex;
2,4,5 TP)
OperationaL; Remedy one
quarter done but being
rethought as the
technology is not
effective for this waste,
soil has a lot of clay
Corleted; Operational
10/89 to 12/89 (see Table
4)
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Galson Research
(sub-contractor
to ENSR
Consulting)
Federal
Lead/Fund
financed
John Meyer
214-655-6735
FTS-255-6735
Mark Roberts
913-236-3881
FTS-7573881
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabitity study has been conpteted.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATIENT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
In Situ Flushing
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency arid
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai_table)
Contacts/
Phone
2
Lipari LendfilL,* NJ
(09/30/85)
Soil fLushing
Flushing of area
within the slurry
wall, including
soil and wastes
IndustriaL
landfill,
MunicipaL
Landfill
SoiL (650,000
cy, 16 acres
to 15 ft deep)
VOCs
(Bis-2-chloro-
ethylether, DCA,
dichloromethane),
SVOCs (Phenol),
Metals (Chromiua,
Lead, NickeL,
Mercury)
Operational; Coa letion
planned 1999
State lead/Fund
financed;
Bechtel
Envirorwuental,
Inc.
Fred Cataneo
212-264-9542
FTS-264-9542
2
NavaL Air Engineering
Center, Gui, NJ
(02/04/91)
Soil Flushing
(reinject treated
gw through trenches
(winter) & spray
irrigation (si imer)
with capture
downgradient)
FederaL
Facility
Soil
(approximately
2 acres, to 4
feet deep)
VOCs
.
OperationaL, Coaletion
planned SLimier 1995.
Reinjection will
continue for 3 years
and be evaluated.
Federal faciLity
U.S. Navy lead;
Moretrench
Enviromentat
Jeff Gratz
212-264-6667
FTS-264-6667
2
NavaL Air Engineering
Center, 0U2, NJ
(02/04/91)
Soil Flushing
(reinject treated
gw through trenches
(winter) & spray
irrigation (sinner)
with capture
downgradi ent)
Federal
Facility
Soil (2 acres,
to 4 feet
deep)
VOCs
Being installed, to be
finished Fall 1992.
This technology will be
applied for three years
and evaluated.
Federal facility
U.S. Navy lead;
Moretrench
Enviromnentat
Jeff Gratz
212-264-6667
FTS-264-6667
2
NavaL Air Engineering
Center, 01J4, NJ
(02/04/91)
Soil FLushing
(reinject treated
gw through trenches
(winter) & spray
irrigation (sinner)
with capture
downgradi ent)
Federal
Facility
Soil (2 acres,
up to 4 feet
deep)
VOCs
Being installed, to be
finished Fall 1992.
This technology will be
applied for three years
and evaluated.
Federal facility
U.S. Navy lead;
Moretrench
Envirorinental
Jeff Gratz
212-264-6667
FTS-264-6667
2
Vineland Chemical, 01.11
and 01.12, NJ (09/29/89)
See also SoiL Washing
Soil flushing
FLushing lagoons
using treated gw
Pesticide
manufacturing!
use/storage
Soil (126,000
cy, to 15 ft
in sandy soil)
Metals (Arsenic)
In design; Design
cofl letion pLanned
Spring 1993
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Matthew
Westgate
212-264-3406
FTS-264-3406
Steve Hade
(USACE-Kansas
City)
816-426-5221
FTS-867-5221
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabitity study has been conp eted.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATIOSI BY TREATS NT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
In Situ Flushing
(contiraied)
Region

Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
2
Byron Barrel & Drir, NY
(09/29/89)
Soil flushing
Driin storage/
disposal
Soil (5,200
cy)
VOCs (TCE, DCE,
TCA), SVOCs
(Methyl Ethyl
Ketone), Metals
(Chromiun, Lead)
Predesign; PD
coeptetion planned
Spring 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Eduardo
Gonzales
212-264-5714
FTS-264-5714
3
L.A. Clarke & Sons, OU1
(Soils),* VA (03/31/88)
See also,
Bioremediation in Situ
Soil flushing with
surfactants, after
creosote recovery
and before in situ
bioremediation
Wood
preserving
SoiL (15,000
cy, maxinun
depth 8 - 10
ft)
VOCs (Benzene),
PAHs (Creosote,
Carcinogenic)
Predesign; PD
compLetion planned Fall
1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Eugene Wingert
215-597-1727
FTS-597-1727
3
u.S. Titanitan, VA
(11/21/89)
Dissolution of
wastes (EPA is
considering
excavation and ex
situ dissolution of
wastes)
Titaniun oxide
production
from ore
digested with
sulfuric acid
SoiL (16,000
cy, to 25 ft
deep), Solids
(16,000 cy
ferrous
sulfate)
Inorganics
(Ferrous Sulfate)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Sumner 1992
PRP lead/State
oversight
Darius
Ostrausuas
215-597-1727
FTS-597-1727
Tim Longe (VA)
804-225-3258
4
Ciba-Geigy Corp.
(Macintosh Plant), AL
(09/30/91)
See aLso Thermal
Desorpt ion
Soil flushing (to
be evaluated in
treatabitity study)
Pesticide
manufacturing!
use/storage
Soil (as
needed,
greater than
20 ft deep)
Pesticides
Predesign
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Charles Kane
404-347-2643
FTS-2572643
4
JADCO-Hughes, NC
(09/27/90)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
Soil flushing
(preceded by vacuun
extraction from
same ports)
Plastics
manufacturing,
Chemical
manufacturing,
Drun storage!
disposal,
Solvent
recycling
Soil (6,000
cy)
VOCs (ICE, Vinyl
chloride, Carbon
tet., Chloroform,
BTX), SVOCs
(Dichlorobenzene,
Trichlorobenzene)
In design; Design
completion planned Fall
1992; The horizontal
wells used for SVE will
become ports for
flushing
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Barbara Benoy
404-347-7791
FTS2577791
Bruce Nicholson
(NC)
919-733-2801
5
5
Ninth Avenue Dunp, IN
(06/30/89)
Rasmussen Dtanp, MI
(03/28/91)
Soil flushing
Soil flushing
(flushing part of
reinjection of
treated yw)
Industrial
landfill
Industrial
landfill;
Paint/ink
formation
soil (64,000
cy, maxirmin
depth 30 ft)
Soil (quantity
unknown, gw
table at 50
ft)
VOCS (ICE, BTEX)
VOCs (Vinyl
chloride,
Benzene)
In design; Design
completion planned
Winter 1993
in design; Design
completion planned 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Ftuor-Daniel
State lead/FUND
financed
Bernard Schorle
312-886-4746
FTS-353-6417
Ken Glatz
312-886-1434
FTS-886-1434
# Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATItNT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
In Situ Flushing
(continued)
Region


Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
.
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
6
South Cavalcade
Street,* TX (09/26/88)
See aLso Soil Washing
Soil flushing with
the same
surfactants used
for the soils
treated with soil
washing
Wood
preserving
Soil (20,000
cy)
SVOCs
(Benzo(a)pyrene,
Benzo(a)anthracen
e, Chrysene),
PAH5
In design; Design
con Letion planned
SLmner 1994
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Mark Fite
214-655-6715
FTS-255-6715
7
Lee ChemicaL, MO
(03/21/91)
SoiL flushing
Solvent
manufacturer!
packing
Soil (from 10
to 20 ft deep)
VOCs (TCE, DCE,
PCE, TCA)
Predesign; PD
conpLetion planned
Spring 1992
PRP Lead/State
oversight
Gene Gunn
913-551-7776
FTS-276-7776
Jim Kavanaugh
(MO)
314-751-4029
9
PoLy-Carb, NV
Emergency Response
Action Memo signed
(05/14/87)
See also,
Bioremediation Ex Situ
Soil, flushing
folLowed by In situ
bioremediation
CoanerciaL
waste
management
Soil (1,500
cy)
SVOCs (Phenols),
PANs (Cresol)
Con Leted; OperationaL
7/87 to 8/88 (see Table
4)
Federal
lead/Fund
financed; Reidel
Enviromental
Services
Bob Mandel
415-744-2290
FTs-484-2290
10
10
Union Pacific Railroad
Sludge Pit, ID
(09/10/91)
United Chrome
Products,* OR
Soil flushing
SoiL flushing
Railroad
operations,
cleaning, and
fueling
Chrome plating
facility
Soil (quantity
unknown)
Soil (quantity
not available)
PAHs (Petroleirn
Hydrocarbons)
Metals (Chromius)
Predesign; PD
con letion planned
Spring 1993
Operational; Operations
began Sunner 1988
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
FederaL
Lead/Fund
Anne Williamson
206-553-2739
FTS-399-2739
Loren
McPhillips
(09/12/86)
financed;
CH2MHiLL and
subcontractors
206-553-4903
FTS-399-4903
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been co leted.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMAT ION BY TREATWNT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
In Situ Vitrification
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
5
lonia City LandfiLl,*
MI (09/29/89)
In situ
vitrification
Municipal
Landfill
Soil with
debris (5,000
cy, to 15 ft
deep)
VOCs (Methylene
chLoride, TCA,
Styrene, ToLuene),
Metals (Lead)
In design; Design
coepLetion planned
S smier 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Michael
Gifford
312-886-7257
FTS-886-7257
5
Parsons Chemical (ElM
Enterprise), MI
Emergency Response
In situ
vitrification
Agricultural
chemicaL
facility
Soil (2,000 cy)
Pesticides,
Dioxins, Metals
(Mercury)
Design con ,Leted but
not instalLed,
Con!letion planned
Sumner 1993; Waste has
been staged; Treatment
postponed tenporarily
Federal
Lead/Fund
financed;
Geosafe Corp.
Len Zentack
312-886-4246
FTS-886-4246
8
8
Rocky Mota tain Arsenal,
Oh 16, CO (02/26/90)
Wasatch Chemical,* UT
(03/29/91)
See aLso,
Bioremediation Ex Situ
In situ
vitrification
In situ
vitrification
Federal
facility
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage,
Chemical
manufacturing,
Soil (4,600 cy,
to 10 ft deep),
SLudge (5,800
cy, to 10 ft
deep)
Soil (3,600 cy
conEined, to 5
ft deep),
Sludge, SoLids
(drain pipes,
etc.)
Pesticides, Metals
(Arsenic, Mercury)
SVOCs
(Hexachlorobenzene,
PCP), Pesticides,
Dioxins
In design; Design
coapletion planned
1993; On hold pending
reentry of vendor into
the market
Predesign; PD
coaptetion pLanned
Sumner 1992
Federal facility
U.s. Army Lead
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Connally Mears
303-293-1528
FTS-330 -1528
Bert Garcia
303-293-1526
FTS-330-1526
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been conpleted.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREAT NT TECHNOLOGY
ApriL 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contac s/
Phone
1
Keltogg-Deering Well
Field, CI (09/29/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Solvent
recovery
facility,
Industry
cluster
Soil (quantity
not available)
VOCs (ICE, PCE, DCE,
TCA, DCA, Vinyl
Chloride, BTEX)
In design; Design
coepletion planned
Winter 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; GZA
Geoenvironmentat
Leslie
McVickar
617-573-9689
FTS-833-1689
1
Groveland WelLs,* MA
(09/30/88)
Soil vapor
extraction
Manufacturing
Soil (19,000
cy to 25 - 30
ft deep)
VOCs (ICE, Methylene
Chloride, DCE)
In design; Design
coppletion planned
Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; Terra
Vac, Inc.
Bob Leger
617-573-5734
FTS-8.83-1734
1
Silresim,* MA
(09/19/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Chemical waste
recLamation
Soil (137 cy)
VOCs (ICE, TCA, Carbon
Tetrachloride,
Chloroform, Styrene)
Predesign; PD
con letion planned
Suaner 1992
Still in
negotiations
Leslie
McVickar
617-573-9689
FTS-833- 1689
1
Wells G&H, MA
(09/14/89)
SoiL vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Inorganic/
organic
pigments, Drum
storage!
disposal
Soil (7,400
cy, to 3 ft
deep)
VOCs (PCE, ICE)
Predesign; PD
conletion planned
Suiiner 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Barbara
Ne nan
617-573-5736
FTS-833-1736
1
Mottolo Supply, NH
(03/29/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with
horizontal wells
Uncontrolled
waste site
Soil (3,400
cy)
VOCs (ICE, TCA, Vinyl
Chloride, DCA, DCE,
Toluene, Ethytbenzene)
Predesign; PD
conpletion planned
Spring 1992
Still in
negotiation
Roger Duwart
617-573-9626
617-833-1628
1
South Municipal Water
Supply WeLl,* NH
(09/27/89)
See also Other
Technologies
Soil vapor
extraction (with
air sparging of gw)
Solvent
recovery
facility, Ball
bearing
manufacturing
Soil (7,500
cy)
VOCs (PCE, ICA, ICE)
In design; Design
coo Dletion planned
Sumner 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Roger Duwart
617-573-9628
FTS-833-1628
1
Tinkham Garage,* NH
(09/30/86)
Soil vapor
extraction
industrial
landfill, Drum
storage!
disposal
Soil (9,000
cy)
VOCs (Chloroform, DCE,
Vinyl Chloride, Benzene)
in design; Design
coopletion planned
Spring 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; Terra
Vac, Inc.
Diana King
617-573-9676
FTS-833-1676
1
Stamina Mills, RI
(09/28/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Textile
manufacturing
Soil <6,000
cy, to 12 ft
deep)
VOCS (DCE, ICE)
Predesign; PD
coepletion planned
Fall 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Neil Handler
617-573-9636
FTS-833-1636
2
A 0 Polymer, Soil
Treatment Phase NJ
(06/28/91)
Soil vapor
extraction (vapors
to carbon
adsorption)
Polymer
manufacturing
Soil (7,500
cy, to 30 ft
deep)
VOCs (ICE, rCA,
Trichlorofluoromethane,
Toluene, Ethylbenzene),
SVOCs (Naphthalene,
4-Methytphenol)
Predesign; PD
coepletion planned
Sumner 1992
Still in
negotiation
Rich Puvogel
212-264-9836
FTS-2649836
# Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been conpleted.
Note: Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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DETAILED SITE INFO MATIC BY TREATPENT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description


Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
2
FAA TechnicaL Center,
NJ (09/26/89)
See also Bioremediation
In Situ
Soil vapor
extraction
Jet fuel tank
farm
Soil (2 acres,
10 to 12 ft
deep)
VOCs, SVOCs
(Chlorophenol, Phenol),
PAHs
Design conpLete,
going to bid in April
w!contract award in
late suinier
Federal Facility
FFA Lead
Carla Struble
212-264-4595
FTS-264-4595
Keith Buch
(FAA)
609-484-6644
2
Garden State Cleaners,
NJ (09/26/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Dry cleaners
Soil (200 cy,
to 25 ft deep)
VOCs (PCE)
In design; Design
coe letion planned
Spring 1993
Federal
lead/Fund
financed; IJSACE
project
Sharon
Acheson
212-264-1217
FTS-264-1217
2
South Jersey Clothing,
NY (09/26/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Dry cleaners,
cLothing
manufacturer
Soil (1,400
cy, to 25 ft
deep)
VOCs (TCE)
______________________
In design; Design
coepletion planned
Spring 1993
Federal
Lead/Fund
financed; USACE
project
Sharon
Acheson
212-264-1216
FTS-264-1217
2
Swope OiL & Chem Co.,
01J2, NJ (09/27/91)
See also Bioremediation
In Situ
Soil vapor
extraction with
bioventing
Chemical
reclamation
Soil (2 acres,
to a depth of
80 ft)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, Toluene,
Ethylbenzene, Xylene)
Predesign; PD
con Letion planned
1992
StiLL in
negotiation
Joseph Gowers
212-264-5386
FTS-264-5386
2
AppLied Envirorinental
Services, OU1, NY
(06/24/91)
See also Bioremediation
(In Situ)
Soil vapor
extraction
PetroLeun
reuse
SoiL (quantity
unknown)
VOCs, SVOCs
Predesign; PD
coopletion planned
1992
PRP lead/State
oversight
Andrew
Anglish (NY)
518-457-5637
2
Circuitron Corporation,
OU1, NY (03/29/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Electroplating
Soil (800 sq
ft to a depth
of 30 ft)
VOCs (TCA, PCE, TCE,
DCA)
Predesign; PD
conpLetion planned
Slsener 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Miko Fayon
212-264-4706
FTS-264-4706
2
GenzaLe Plating
Coepany, OU1, NY
(03/29/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
(precedes
excavation for
solidification)
Electroplating
Soil (275 cy,
to a depth of
30 It)
VOCs (TCE, TCA)
In design; Design
coepletion planned
Fall 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Janet
CappelLi
212-264-8679
FTS-264-8679
2
Mattiace Petrochemicals
Conpany, Clii, NY
(06/27/91)
-
Soil vapor
extraction
Solvent
recycling
Organic
chemicals
blending
Soil (17,000
cy, to 40 ft
deep)
VOCs (PCE, TCE, Benzene,
Xylene)
Predesign; PD
compLetion planned
Spring 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Edward Als
212-264-0522
FTS-264-0522
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATI NT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
TechnoLogy
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
2
SMS Instruments (Deer
Park), NY (09/29/89)
Soil vapor
extraction with
vapors to catalytic
coohustor
Military
aircraft
component
overhauler
SoiL (1,250 cy
to 25 ft deep)
VOCs (ICE,
Dichtorobenzene)
Being installed;
Completion planned
Spring 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed; Four
Seasons
Miko Fayon
212-264-4706
FTS-264-4706
2
Solvent Savers, NY
(09/30/90)
See also ThermaL
Desorption
SoiL vapor
extraction
Solvent and
chemical
reclamation
facility
Soil (to 40 ft
deep)
VOCs (DCE. TCE)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Sumner 1992
PRP lead/FederaL
oversight
Lisa Wong
212-264-0276
FTS-264-0276
2
VestaL Water Supply
1-1, NY (09/27/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
2 acres within
industrial
park
SoiL (both
areas = 25,000
cy, to 28 ft
deep)
VOCs (DCA. TCA, TCE,
DCE)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Spring 1992
Area 2 - Fund
Lead; Area 4 -
PRP Lead
Ed Als
212-264-0522
FTS-264-0522
2
Upjohn Manufacturing
Co., PR (09/30/88)
SoiL vapor
extraction
Industrial
facility,
chemical leak
Soil (quantity
not available)
VOCs (Carbon
Tetrachloride,
Acetonitrile)
Completed Operational
1984-1988 (see Table
4)
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; Terra
Vac
Alison Hess
212-264-6040
FTS-264-6 040
3
.
Bendix, PA (09/30/88)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Aircraft
instrunenta-
tion ,nanu-
facturing
Soil (33,000
cy, to 10 ft
deep)
VOCs (PCE. ICE, Vinyl
Chloride)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Sumner 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Humane Zia
215-597-0913
FTS-597-0913
3
Cryochem, 0U3, PA
(09/30/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Machine shops
SoiL (70 cy,
up to 4 ft
deep)
VOCs (TCA, ICE, PCE,
DCA)
In design; Design
completion planned
Winter 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Lisa Nichols
215-597-3216
FTS-597-3216
3
Henderson Road,* PA
(06/30/88)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing (treating
unsaturated soil
and bedrock)
Injection well
Soil (20,000
sq ft, to 100
ft deep)
VOCs (DCA, TCA, Totuene)
Operational;
completion date
unknown
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; RI
Enviromiental
System
Michael Towle
215-597-8309
FTS-597-8309
3
3
Lord-Shape Landfilt,*
PA (06/29/90)
Tysons DuI,* PA
(03/31/88)
Soil vapor
extraction (method
to be determined in
design)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
Industrial
landfill
Industrial
landfill
Soil (270,000
cy, to 30 ft
deep)
Soil (30,000
cy with some
VOCs (PCE, ICE, Vinyl
Chloride, Alcohols,
n-Butanot), SVOCs
(Ketones)
VOCs (Benzene, Toluene,
Xylene), SVDCs
In design; Design
completion planned
Winter 1993
Operational;
completion date
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; Terra
Jim Feeney
215-597-8257
FTS-597-8257
Eugene Dennis
215-597-8555
flushing (system
has been modified
during operations)
DNAPL,to 30 ft
deep)
(Trichloropropane)
unknown
Vac
FTS-597-8555
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATIOId BY TREATI NT TECH 0LOGY April 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(continued)
Region
I
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
TechnoLogy
Site 1
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
3
Arrowhead
Associates/Scovill,
OU1, VA (09/30/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
fLushing
Electroplating
Soil (1,000
cy, depth
unknown)
VOCs (ICE, PCE)
Predesign; PD
compLetion pLanned
FaLL 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Phil Rotstein
215-597-9023
FTS-597-9023
4
Robins AFB, LandfiLl
and SLudge Lagoon, Clii,
GA (06/28/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Federal
facility,
SLudge from an
industrial
wastewater
treatment
plant
Soil (15,000
cy, co itined,
to 8 ft deep),
Sludge
VOCs (ICE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, Carbon
TetrachLoride)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Sumner 1992
Federal
Facility, U.S.
Air Force lead
Roseanne Rudd
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
4
CharLes Macon Lagoon,
C l ii, NC (09/30/91)
Soil vapor
extraction w/air
flushing
PetroLeun
refining and
reuse
Soil (1,300
cy) Sludge
VOCs (PCE)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Fall, 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
Oversight
Jack Butler
919-733-2801
4
JADCO-Hughes, NC
(09/27/90)
See also In Situ
Flushing
Soil vapor
extraction with
horizontal wells
(followed by in
situ flushing with
same ports)
Plastics
manufacturing,
Other organic
chemical
manufacturing,
Other
inorganic
chemical
manufacturing,
Drun storage/
disposal
Soil (6,000
cy)
VOCs (Carbon tet.,
Chloroform, Vinyl
ChLoride, TCE, BTX),
SVOCs (Dichlorobenzene,
TrichLorobenzene)
In design; Design
completion pLanned
Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Barbara Benoy
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
Bruce
Nicholson
(NC)
919-733-2801
4
Hinson Chemical, SC
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
11/28/88)
SoiL vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Solvent
recycling
SoiL (60,000
cy, to 50 ft
deep)
VOCs (OCA, ICE, PCE,
MEK, Benzene, ToLuene)
ConLeted (see Table
4)
Federal
lead/Fund
financed, OHM
Corp.
Fred Stroud
404-347-3931
FTS-257-4464
4
Medley Farm, Clii, SC
(05/29/91)

Soil vapor
extraction
Other organic
chemical
manufacturing,
Rubber
manufacturing,
Drum storage!
posat
Soil (50,000
cy, maximum
depth 60 ft)
VOCs (OCA, DCE, TCA,
Benzene, Totuene), SVOCs
(Phthalates)
Predesign; The design
is planned for
completion in Sumner
1993.
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Ralph Howard
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
Richard
Haynes (SC)
803-734-5487
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabitity study has been completed.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(conti rsjed)
Region


Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description


Media
(Quantity)

Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
4
SCRDI Bluff Road, SC
(09/12/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Drun storage/
disposal,
Solvent
recovery
facility
SoiL (45,000
cy, to 12 ft
deep)
VOCs (ICA, ICE, PCA,
PCE, DCA, DCE, BTEX),
SVOCs (Chlorobenzene,
Methyl Ethyl Ketone)
In design; Design
coo Letion planned
Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Steve SandIer
404-347-7791
FTS2577791
5
Acme Solvent
Reclaiming, Inc., 01J2,
IL (12/31/90)
See also ThermaL
Desorpt ion
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Industrial
landfill,
solvent
recycling
Soil (quantity
unknown)
VOCs (DCA, TCA, DCE,
ICE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, Benzene)
Predesign; PD
con letion planned
Fall 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight; Geo
Syntec
Dennis Dalga
312-886-5116
FTS-886-5116
5
Enviro. Conservation
and Chemical (ROD
Amencknent), IN
(06/07/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Industrial
landfill,
solvent
recyling
Soil (quantity
unknown)
VOCs (Toluene,
Ethylbenzene, Xylene),
SVOCs (Dichlorobenzene,
Phenol), Organics (BWAs)
Predesign
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Karen Vendl
312-886-4739
FTS-886-4739
5
Fisher CaLo Chem, IN
(08/07/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Solvent
recycling
Soil (29,500
cy)
VOCs (PCE, DCA, ICA)
In design; Design
con letion planned
Fall 1993
Federal
Lead/Fund
financed
Brad Bradley
312-886-4742
FTS-886-4742
5
________
NIDCO I, IN (06/30/89)
SoiL vapor
extraction
Industrial
LandfiLl
Soil (10,000
cy, 4 - 8 feet
deep)
VOCs (ICE.
Dichloromethane,
Butanone, SIX), SVOCs
(Chlorobenzene,
Phenols), PANs
Predesign; PRPs have
agreed to conduct
design; Consent
Decree wilt be
finalized in April
1992.
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Richard Boice
312-886-4740
FTS-886-4740
5
Main Street WeLL Field,
IN (03/29/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Water supply
contamination
from many
sources
SoiL (22,000
cy, to 10 ft
deep)
VOC5 (ICE)
Predesign; PD
con ,Letion planned
Fall 1992; Consent
Decree is expected in
Fall 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Cindy NoLan
312-886-0400
FTS-886-0400
5
Seymour RecycLing,* IN
(09/30/87)
See also Bioremediation
In Situ
Soil vapor
extraction (No need
for emissions
treatment)
Chemical waste
management and
incineration
Soil
(approximately
200,000 cy, 12
acres to 10 ft
deep)
VOCs (TCA, Carbon tet.,
PCE, ICE, Vinyl
ChLoride, Benzene)
Operation to begin in
April 1992;
Co letion planned
Spring 1994;
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight;
Canonie
Engineering
(instaLlation),
Geraghty &
Miller
(operation)
Jeff Gore
312-886-6552
FTS-886-6552
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been coapleted.
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DETAILED SITE INF0kMAT7Oj BY TREATP NT TECHJ OLOGY April 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(cant imaed)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology

I
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated


Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
Contacts/
Phone
5
Wayne Waste
Reclamation, IN
(03/30/90)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Municipal
landfills, Oil
reclamation
Soil (300,000
cy, 10 acres
to 20 ft deep)
VOCs (TCE, DCE, Vinyl
Chloride, BTEX)
Predesign; PD
coopletion planned
available)
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Tinka Hyde
312-886-9296
5
Chem Central, MI
(09/30/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Chemical
packaging and
distribution
Soil (6,200 cy
to 8 ft deep)
VOCs (OCE, ICE, TCA,
BIEX), SVOCs
(Naphthatene, 2-Methyl
Spring 1992
Predesign; PD
coe tetion planned
Siwmer 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
FTS-886-9296
Mike McAteer
312-886-4663
FTS-886-4663
5
Kysor Industrial,* MI
(09/29/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Machine shops,
Truck parts
manufacturing
Soil (13,200
cy)
Naphthalene)
VOCs (TCE, Xy(ene,
Totuene, Ethylbenzene)
In design; Design
con Letion planned
Si mner 1993
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Mary 1.
Gustafson
312-886-6144
5
Springfield Township
Dtmp, MI (09/29/90)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Industrial
Landfill
Soil (100,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE, TCA ,
Butanone , Toluene),
SVOCs (Chlorobenzene)
Predesign; PD
cooptetion planned
FalL 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
FTS-886-6144
Mary Lou
Martin
312-353-6284
5
Sturgis Municipal Well
Field, MI (09/30/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Municipal
Water Supply
Soil (area and
depth unknown,
200 ft deep)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, TCA)
Predesign; PD
cooptetion planned
1993
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
FTS -353-6284
Terese Van
Donset
312-353-6564
5
ThermoChem, Inc. OW,
MI (09/30/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing (may
include biological
enhancement)
Solvent
recycling
Soil (50,000
cy, 17 ft - 32
ft deep)
VOCs (PCE, TCE,
Ethylbenzene, Xytene)
Predesign; A schedule
is not included
because EPA is
negotiating with PRPs
In negotiations
FTS -353-6564
Jae Lee
312-886-4749
FTS-886-4749
5
5
Verona Welt Field
(Thomas Solvent/Raymond
Road),* MI (08/12/85)
Verona Well Field, 0U2,
Ml (06/28/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
(atteopted nitrogen
sparging)
Soil vapor
extraction (air
flushing is being
considered)
Solvent
recycling
Machine shops,
Solvent
recycling
Soil (35,000
cy, 1/2 acre
to 18 ft deep)
Soil (30,000
cy)
VOCs (Dichloromethane,
Chloroform, Carbon let.,
DCA, TCA, BTEX, Vinyl
Chloride), SVOCs
(Napthalene)
VOCs (PCE, ICA, Totuene)
Operational;
Coopletion planned
Spring 1992; Tried
nitrogen sparging to
in rove removal above
gu; It increased
removal but at a very
high cost
Predesign; PD
cooptetion planned
Spring 1993.
Federal
lead/Fund
financed; Terra
Vac, Inc.
(subcontractor
to CH2M Hill)
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Margaret
Guerriero
312-886-0399
FTS-886-0399
Margaret
Guerriero
312-886-0399
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabiLity study has been coppleted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION KY TREATJ NT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(contirued)
1 egion
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated

Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
availabLe)
Contacts/
Phone
5
Long Prairie
Groundwater
Contamination, MN
(06/27/88)
Soil, vapor
extraction foLlowed
by GAC for off
gases
Dry cleaners
Soil (3,600
cy, to 15 ft
deep)
VOCS (DCE, PCE, TCE,
Vinyl Chloride)
Design coopteted but
not installed;
Cleanup contract
scheduLed for award
shortly
State Lead/Fund
financed
Jan BartLett
312-886-5438
FTS-886-5438
Cindy
Kahrmann (MN)
612-296-7775
5
Miami County
Incinerator, OH
(06/30189)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing
Municipal
Landfills,
Surface
iwpoun ent
Soil (98,000
cy, combined),
Solids
VOCs (TCE, PCE, Toluene)
Predesign
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Anthony
Rutter
312-886-8961
FTS-886-8961
5
Pristine (Amencinent),
OH (03/30/90)
Soil vapor
extraction with
horizontal wells
Industrial
landfill, Drun
storage/
disposal
Soil (quantity
unknown, 4 -
12 ft deep)
VOCs (ChLoroform, OCA,
PCE, ICE, Benzene),
SVOCs (Phenol)
In design; Design
coopletion planned
StATler 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Hydrogeo-Chem
Thomas Alcamo
312-886-7278
FTS-886-7278
5
ZanesvitLe Welt Field,
OH (09/30/91)
See also Soil Washing
Soil vapor
extraction with
horizontal wells
MunicipaL
Water SuppLy,
Auto parts
manufacturing
SoiL (36,000
cy)
VOCs (ICE, DCE)
Predesign; PD
conpletion planned
Fall 1992; EPA is
negotiating with the
PRP; Consent Decree
expected in Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Dave Wilson
312-886-1476
FIS-886-1476
5
Hagen Farm, WI
(09/17/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Industrial and
nunicipal
waste disposaL
Soil (24,000
cy, to 18 ft
deep)
VOCs (Vinyl Chloride,
Butanone,
Tetrahydrofuran, BIEX)
In design; Design
contetion pLanned
Winter 1992; Pilot
test scheduLed for
February 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Jae Lee
312-886-4749
FTS-886-4749
Don DiGiulio
(RSKERL)
405-332-8800
FTS-743-2011
5
Wausau Groundwater
Contamination, WI
(09/29/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Machine shops,
Bulk chemical
distribution
Soil (1,300
cy)
VOCs (ICE, DCE, PCE)
In design; Design
coopletion planned
Sujvner 1992
PRP LeadfFederal
oversight;
Hydrogeo-Chem
(subcontractor
to
Conestoga-Rovers
& Associates)
Margaret
Guerriero
312-886-0399
FTS-886-0399
6
South Valley, NM
(09/30/88)
Soil vapor
extraction
Aircraft
engine
manufacturing
Soil (to 20 ft
deep)
VOCs (PCE, ICE, DCE,
TCA)
Being installed;
Installation to be
co 9 ,Leted Sumter 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Bill Luthers
214-655-6735
FTS-255-6735
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabiLity study has been conleted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMTIOW BY TREATI $T TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(contirued)
Region

Site Name, State, CR00
Date)
I
Specific
TechnoLogy
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 



Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
6
Tinker AFB (Soldier
Creek BLdg. 3001), O K
(08/16/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Maintenance
facility for
aircraft
Soil (quantity
not availabLe)
VOCs (BIEX)
In design; Design
coirpletion planned
Fall 1992
Federal
Facility, Air
Force Lead
Susan Webster
214-655-6730
FTS-255-6730
Capt. Dan
Welch (USAF)
405-734-3058
6
Petro-ChemicaL Systems,
Inc., 01.12, TX
(09/06/91)
See also Other
Technologies
Soil vapor
extraction with air
fLushing and air
sparging (gw)
Petroletsn
refining and
reuse
Soil (300,000
cy, to .,0 ft
deep)
VOCs (BTEX), SVOCs
(Naphthalene), Metals
(Lead)
Predesign, PD
coppletion planned
Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Chris
Viltareal
214-655-6735
FTS2556735
7
Hastings GW
Contamination (Colorado
Ave),* NE (09/28/68)
Soil vapor
extraction
(considering heat
enhancement)
Industrial
metal
finishing/
cleaning
SoiL (42,700
cy)
______________
VOCs (PCE, TCE, DCE,
TCA)
In design; Design
coaletion planned
Fall 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
DarreL
Soninerhauser
913-551-7711
FTS-276-7711
Richard
Sch Lenker
(NE)
402-471-3388
7
Hastings GW
Contamination (Far-Mar
Co.),* NE (09/30/88)
Soil vapor
extraction
Former grain
storage area
(funigants)
Soil
(targeting
layers at 35
ft and 110 ft)
VOCs (Carbon
Tetrachloride, Ethylene
Dibromide)

In design; Design
coirpletion planned
Fall 1992; EPA is
negotiating the
Consent Decree for
remedial action
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Susan Hoff
913-551-7786
FTS-276-7786
7
7
Hastings GU
Contamination, Well No.
3,* NE (09/26/89)
Lindsay Manufacturing,
NE (09/28/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Soil vapor
extraction
Former grain
storage area
(funigants)
Electroplating
galvanized
pipes for
irrigation
systems
Soil
(approximately
130,000 cy;
100 ft radius,
up to 110 ft
deep)

Soil
(targeting
soil 25 - 40
ft deep)
VOCs (Carbon
Tetrachloride,
Chloroform)
VOCs (DCA, DCE, TCE,
PCE)
Being installed;
Installation to be
coppleted Sumner 1992
Predesign; PD
coppletion planned
Sumner 1992; Consent
Decree not yet
finalized; schedule
is not yet set
Federal
lead/Fund
financed;
Morrison Knudsen
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Diane Easley
913-551-7797
FTS-276-7797
Steve Roe
(Morrison
Knudsen)
303-793-5054
Cecelia Tapla
913-551-7733
FTS-276-7733
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been coppleted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
7
Waverly Groundwater
Contamination, NE
(09/26/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Grain storage
area
(funigants)
Soil
(approximately
200,000 cy; 5
acres, 20 to
30 ft deep)
VOCs (Carbon
Tetrachioride,
Chloroform)
Operational;
Completion planned
2001; Project began
in February 1988
Federal facility
USDA lead
Gene Gunn
913-551-7776
FTS-276-7776
Jim HalLett
(USDA)
202-690-0715
Mary Hansen
(Argonne
National Lab)
8
Chemical Sates Company,
OU1,* CO (06/27/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with air
flushing (will
recirculate treated
emissions)
Chemical sales
and
distribution,
spillage at
tank farm
Soil (360,000
cy, to 35 ft
deep)
VOCs (PCE, TCE)
In design; Design
completion planned
Spring 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
708-972-4938
Jim BerkLey
303-293-1817
FTS-330-1817
8
Martin Marietta (Denver
Aerospace), CO
(09/24/90)
See also Thermal
Desorption
Soil vapor
extraction
Aerospace
equipnent
manufacturer -
Bulk storage
faciLity and
industrial
landfiLl
Soil (less
than 1 acre,
depth unknown)
VOCs (ICE)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Winter 1992

State Lead under
RCRA
George Dancik
303-293-1506
FTS-330-1506
Susan Chaki
303-331-4832
8
Rocky Mountain Arsenal,
(OU18), CO (02/26/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Federal
facility
Soil (4,000 cy
at 20 ft and
45 ft)
VOCs (TCE)
In design; Design
completion planned
Fall 1992; Report
from piLot study due
March, 1992.
U.S. Army (PRP)
Lead
Connally
Nears
303-293-1528
FTS-330-1528
8
Sand Creek Industrial
(OU1),* CO (09/29/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Pesticide
manufacturing!
use/storage,
Refinery
Soil
(>100,000)
VOCs (ICE, PCE,
MethyLene Chloride,
Chloroform
In design; Design
completion planned
fall, 1993
Federal
lead/Fund
financed; URS
Erna Acheson
303-294-1719
FTS-330-1719
9
Indian Bend Wash, South
Area, OU1, AZ
(09/12/91)
Soil vapor
extraction may vary
technoLogy at
different
facilities within
area
Dry cleaners,
Electroptat-
ing, Indust-
rial Landfill,
Municipal
landfills
Soil (maximum
depth - 90 ft)
VOCs (PCE, ICE, TCA)
Predesign
Mixed funding;
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Jeff Dhont
415-744-2363
FTS-484-2363
Status as of February 1992.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREAT NT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(contirued)
Region
Site Name, State, CR00
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 

Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
9
Mesa Ground Water
Contamination, AZ
(09/30/91)
Vacuum Extraction
Soil
VOC5
Predesign
Remedy to be
part of RCRA
corrective
action
Hiltary Lauer
415-744-2369
FTS-484-2369
9
MotoroLa 52nd Street,
AZ (09/30/88)
Soil vapor
extraction
Manufacturing
facility
Soil (60 ft
radius to 25
ft depth)
V0Cs (TCA, TCE, PCE,
Carbon Tetrachloride,
Ethylbenzene)
In design
PRP Lead/State
oversight; Dames
and Moore
Mike
Montgomery
415-744-2394
FTS- 484- 2394
Jackie Maye
(AZ)
602-257-6899
9
Phoenix-Goodyear
Airport Area (North &
South Fac), AZ
(09/26/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Defense-
related
manufacturing
Soil (North
1,200 cy,
South 270,000
cy, 60 ft
deep)
VOC5 (TCE, TCA,, MethyL
ethyl ketone)
In design; Design
coe letion planned
Fall 1992
PRP Lead/FederaL
oversight
Craig Cooper
415-744-2370
FTS-484-2370
9
Fairchild Semiconductor
(San Jose),* CA
(03/20/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacture
Soil (3,400
cy)
VOCs (TCA, Acetone, DCE,
PCE, Xylene)
_____________________
Operational
PRP lead/State
oversight;
Canonie
Engineering
Helen
McKinley
415-744-2236
FTS-484-2236
Steve Morse
(CA)
415-464-0304
9
Fairchild
Semiconductor/MTV I,*
CA (06/09/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacture
and metal
finisher
Soil (quantity
not available)
VOC5 (TCE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, DCA, DCE,
Freon), SVOCs (Phenol)
In design; Design
completion planned
1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Pattie
Collins
415-744-2229
FTS-484-2229
9
9
FairchiLd
Secniconductor/MTV II,*
CA (06/30/89)
IBM (San Jose),* CA
(12/15/88)
Soil vapor
extraction
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacturing
Metal
Finishing
Facility
Computer
manufacture
Soil (quantity
not available)
Soil (24,000)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, DCA, DCE,
Freon), SVOCs (Phenol)
VOCs (Xylenes, Acetone,
Freon, isopropyl
Alcohol, TCA)
In design; Design
completion planned
1993
Operational;
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
PRP lead/State
oversight; Terra
Vac
Pattie
Collins
415-744-2229
FTS-484-2229
Helen
McKinley
415-744-2236
FTS-484-2236
Steve Morse
(CA)
415-464-0304
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATPtNT TECHNOLOGY Aprit 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(contirued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 

Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
9
Intel, Mountain View,*
CA (06/09/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacturing
Metal
Refinishing
FaciLity
Aircraft
Maintenance
Soil (quantity
not available)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, DCA, DCE,
Freon), SVOCs (Phenol)
In design; Design
con Letion planned
1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Pattie
Collins
415-744-2229
FTS-484-2229
9
Intersil/Siemens, CA
(09/27/90)
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacturing
Soil (quantity
not available)
VOCs
Operational
State lead/Fund
financed;
Levine-Fricke
Marie Lacey
415-744-2234
FTS-484-2234
Steve Morse
(CA)
415-464-0304
9
Monolithic Memories, CA
(09/11/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Soil
VOCs
Predesign
Helen
McKinley
415- 744-2236
FTS-484-2236
9
National Semiconductor
and Advanced Micro
Device, CA (09/11/91)
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacturing
Soil
VOC5 (PCE, DCE, Totuene,
Xylerie, Ethylbenzene),
SVOCs
Predesign
Helen
McKinley
415-744-2236
FTS-484-2236
9
Raytheon, Mountain
View,* CA (06109/89)
Soil vapor
extraction
Semiconductor
manufacturing,
Metal
Refinishing
aircraft
maintenance
Soil (quantity
not available)
VOCs (ICE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, DCA, DCE,
Freon) SVOCs (Phenol)
In design; Design
conpletion planned
1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Pattie
Collins
415-744-2229
FTS-484-2229
9
9
Signetics (Advanced
Micro Devices), CA
(09/11/91)
SoLvent Service, CA
Soil vapor
extraction
With heat
Semiconductor
manufacturing
Solvent
Soil (Quantity
unknown)
Soil
VOCs (ICE, 0CE, DCA,
TCA)
VOCs (ICA, Acetone,
Operational; Although
the ROD was signed in
FY 91, the PRP has
operated the remedy
for several years
Operational
PRP lead/State
oversight; H-Con
Associates
State Lead under
Joe Healy
415-744-2231
FTS-484-2231
Ron Jervasom
(CA)
510-464-0688
Steve Morse
(09/27/90)
enhancement
recycling
Ethy tbenzene, Xylene),
SVOCs (Dichtorobenzene)
RCRA
(CA)
415-464-0304
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been con ,leted.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORNATIOW V TREATIENT TECHtdOL(MY April 1992
Soil Vapor Extraction
(conti m aed)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)

Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
availabLe)
Contacts/
Phone
9
Spectra Physics, 0 ( 11.
CA (03/22/91)
SoiL vapor
extraction
With horizontal
weLts
Semiconductor
manufacturing,
Laser
manufacturing
Soil (quantity
not availabLe)
VOCs (TCE)
Being installed;
Co letion planned
winter 1997
PRP lead/State
oversight
Sean Hogan
415-744-2233
FTS-484-2233
9
TeLedyne
Semiconductors CA
(03/22/91)
Soil vapor
extraction with
horizontaL weLLs
Semiconductor
manufacturing
and Lasor
CollEoflent S
Soil (quantity
not avaiLabLe)
VOCs (ICE)
Being instaLled;
Coir Letion planned
Winter 1997
PRP Lead/State
oversight;
Levine-Fricke
Sean Hogan
415-744-2233
FTS-484-2233
9
Van Waters and Rogers,
CA (09/30/91)
SoiL vapor
extraction
Soil (quantity
unknown)
Predesign
PRP Lead/State
oversight
Marie Lacey
4T5-?44-2234
FTS-484- 2234
9
10
Watkins Johnson,* CA
(06129190)
Convnencement Say/S.
Tacoma Channel/Well
12A* WA (06/01/87)
SoiL vapor
extraction
Soil vapor
extraction with air
Semiconductor
manufacturing
Solvent
recycling
SoiL (quantity
not available)
Soil (100,000
cy to 35 ft
VOCs (DCE, ICA, ICE)
VOCs (PCE, TCE, TCA)
In design; Co Letion
planned Spring 1993
Being instaLLed;
Con Letion planned
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Federal
Lead/Fund
Elizabeth
KeLcher
415-744-2361
FTS-484- 2361
Kevin Rochlin
206-553-2106
fLushing
deep)
SLimier 1992
financed; Awl)
Technologies,
Inc.
FTS-399-2106
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been coa leted.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATI NT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Soil Washing
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)

I
Specific
TechnoLogy
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts!
Phone
2
Ewan Property,* NJ
(09/29/89)
See also Solvent
Extraction
Soil washing with
water only
(preceded by
solvent extraction)
Industrial
waste di nping
Soil (22,000
cy)
Metals (Chromiixn,
Lead, Copper,
Bariun)
Predesign; Stalled by
negotiations and access
problems
Still in
negotiation
Craig DeBiase
212-264-5393
FTS-264-5393
2
King of Prussia, NJ
(09/28/90)
Soil washing with
water with washing
agents as additives
Recycling
facility
Soil, Sludge,
Sediments
(20,000 cy,
coo ined)
Metals (Chromiun,
Copper, Silver)
In design; Design
completion planned
Sumner 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Gary Adamkiewicz
212-264-7592
FTS-264-7592
2
Myers Property, NJ
(09/28/90)
See also Dechlorination
Soil washing
preceded by
dechLorination, may
be followed by s/s
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage
Soil, Sludge,
Sediments
(50,000 cy,
contined)
Metals (Aluninun,
Canium, Chromit.sn,
Silver, Sodiun)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Sumner 1992 when CD is
approved
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
John Prince
212-264-1213
FTS-264-1213
2
Vinetand Chemical, OU1
and 0U2, NJ (09/29/89)
See also In Situ
Flushing
Soil washing
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage
Soil (62,000
cy of sandy
soil)
Metals (Arsenic)
In design; Design
completion planned
Spring 1993
Federal lead/Fund
financed
Matthew Westgate
212-264-3406
FTS-264-3406
Steve Hadel
(USACE - Kansas
City)
816-426-5221
FTS-897-5221
4
American Creosote
Works,* FL (09/28/89)
See also,
Bioremediation Ex Situ
Soil washing with
water with
surfactants as
additives (followed
by slurry-phase
bioremediation for
fines)
Wood
preserving
Soil (36,500
cy)
SVOCs (PCP),
Dioxins, PAHs
(Creosote)
In design; Design
completion planned
Sumner 1992; The design
will be a performance
spec
Federal lead/Fund
financed
Madolyn Streng
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
Charles Logan FL
904-488-0190
Kelsey Helton
904-488-0190
4
Cabot Carbon/Koppers,
FL (09/27/90)
See also,
Bioreniediation, Ex
Situ, Bioremediation In
Situ
Soil washing
(followed by
bioremediation of
fines)
Wood
preserving;
Pine tar and
turpentine
manufacturing
Soil (6,400
cy)
SVOCs (PCP,
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)
phthalate, DNT,
Dimethylphenol),
PAHs, Metals
(Arsenic,
Chromiun)
In design; Design
completion planned
Spring 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Martha Berry
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
4
Southeastern Wood
Preserving, MS
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
09/30/90)
See aLso,
Bioremediation Ex Situ
Soil washing
(separation of
sands followed by
bioremediation of
fines)
Wood
preserving
Solids (8,000
cy of soils,
sludges, and
kiln ash)
SVOCs (PCP), PAH5
(Creosote)
Operational; Completion
planned Suniner 1993
Federal lead/Fund
financed; OHM
Remediation
Services Corp.
Don Rigger
404-347-3931
FTS-257-3931
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabitity study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMTWN BY TREATPLNT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Soil Washing
(contirued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
TechnoLogy
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
Contacts!
Phone
4
Cape Fear Wood
Preserving,* NC
(06/30/89)
See also,
Bioretnediation Ex Situ
Water with sodiun
hydroxide or
hydrochloric acid
to adjust pH as an
additive (followed
by slurry phase bio
and (possible) s/s
for metals)
Wood
preserving
Soil (20,000
cy)
VOCs (Benzene),
PAHs (Creosote),
Metals (Copper,
Chromiun, Arsenic)
Design compLeted but
not installed;
Currently procuring
construction
contractor, Will begin
construction this
susner
available)
Federal lead/Fund
financed
Jon BornhoLm
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
5
United Scrap Lead/SIA,
OH (09/30/88)
Acid washing
Battery
recycling/
disposal
Soil (109,000
cy, combined),
Solids (55,000
cy of battery
casing chips),
Sediments
Metals (Lead)
In design; Design
completion planned
Spring 1993
Federal Lead/Fund
financed
Anita Roseman
312-886-6941
FTS-886-6941
5
Zanesvit(e Well Field,
OH (09/30/91)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
Soil washing
(preceded by vacuun
extraction)
Municipal
water suppLy;
Auto parts
manufacturing
Soil (1,800
cy)
Metals (Lead,
Mercury)
Predesign; PD
completion planned Fall
1992; Consent Decree is
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Dave Wilson
312-886-1476
FTS-886-1476
5
Moss AnIerfcan,* WI
(09/27/90)
See also,
Bioremediatjon Ex Situ
Soil washing
(followed by slurry
phase bioreddiation
of fines)
Wood
preserving
Soil (80,000
cy)
PAHs
expected in Fall 1992
In design; Design
completion planned 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Weston, Inc.
Betty Lavis
312-886-4784
FTS-886-4784
6
Arkwood, AR (09/28/90)
SoiL washing
(incineration of
residuals)
Wood
preserving
Soil (20,400
cy)
SVOCs (PCP),
Dioxins
Predesign
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Rick Erhart
214-655-6582
6
Koppers/Texarkana,* TX
(09/23/88)
Water with a
surfactant as an
additive (waste
water to be treated
and discharged)
Wood
preserving
Soil (19,400
cy)
PAHs
(Benzo(a)pyrene)
Predesign; Soil Washing
project is on hold, EPA
is considering
relocation of the
__________________
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
FTS-255-6582
Ursula Lennox
214-655-6735
FTS-255-6735
6
South Cavalcade
Street,* TX (09/26/88)
See also In Situ
Flushing
Water with
surfactants as an
additive (followed
by incineration of
residuals)
Wood
preserving
Soil (11,000
cy)
SVOC5
(Benzo(a)pyrene,
Benzo(a)anthracene
Chrysene), PAHs
comunity
In design; Design
completion planned
Suniner 1994
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Mark Fite
214-655-6715
FTS-255-6715
Status as of February 1992.
Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TRUTMENT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Soil Washing
(cant irijed)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
I
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
I
I
Key Contaminants
Treated
I
Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
8
Sand Creek Industrial
W5,* CO (09/28/90)
Soil washing
(followed by
incineration of
contaminated
residuals)
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage
SoiL (14,000
cy)
Pesticides, Metals
(Arsenic)
In design; Design
completion planned
S&imner 1992
Federal (eadfFund
financed
Erna Acheson
303-294-1971
FTS-330-1971
_______
9
9
FMC (Fresno)*, CA
(06/28/91)
Koppers Company, Inc.
(Orovitte Plant), CA
Soil washing
followed by
sotidification/
stabilization
Soil washing
(method to be
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage
Wood
preserving
Soil (30,000
cy)
Soil (200,000
cy)
Pesticides (ODI,
EDS, Toxaphene,
Chtordane)
SVOC5
(Polychiorinated
Predesign, Design
coirpletion planned Fall
1992
In design; Design
completion planned
PRP Lead/State
oversight
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Toni Dunkelman
415-744-2395
FTS-744-2395
Fred Schauffter
415-744-2365
(04/04/90)
See also,
Bioremediation In Situ
determined)
Phenols),
Pesticides,
Dioxins
Spring 1993
FTS-484-2365
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
Note: Contacts Listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated. 56

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DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATP NT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Solvent Extraction
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology

Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
availabLe)
Contacts!
Phone
1
Norwood PCBs, NA
(09/29/89)
Solvent extraction
Industrial
waste dut ,ing
Soil (28,000
cy), Sediments
(3,000 cy)
VOCs (ICE), SVOCs
(Trichtorobenzene),
PCBs, PAHs
Predesign; PD compLetion
planned Fall 1993
Federal
Lead/Fund
financed
Jane Downing
617-573-5708
FTS-833-1708
1
OlConnor,* ME
(09/27/89)
SoLvent extraction
(may be followed by
S/S for lead)
Salvage and
eLectricaL
transformer
recycling
Soil (23,500
cy, con ined),
Sediments
PCBs, PAMs, Metals
(Lead)
In design; PD compLetion
planned Spring 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Ross Gilletand
617-573-5766
FTS-833-1566
1
Pinettes Salvage
Yard,* ME (05/30/89)
SoLvent extraction
SaLvage and
vehicLe repair
SoiL (2,000
cy)
SVOCs
(ChLorobenzene,
Dich lorobenzene,
Trichtorobenzene),
PCBs
Design completed but not
instaLled; InstaLlation
to begin FaLL 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Ross GiLLeland
617-573-5766
FTS-833-1566
2
Ewan Property,* NJ
(09/29/89)
See also Soil Washing
Solvent extraction
(followed by soil
washing to treat
the inorganics)
Industrial
waste du ing
Soil (22,000
cy)
VOCs (PCE, TCE,
ICA, Methylene
chloride, BTX)
Predesign; Stalled by
negotiations and access
problems
Still in
negotiation
Craig DeBiase
212-264-5393
FTS-264-5393
4
General Refining,* GA
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
08/13/85)
Solvent extraction
(oil used as fueL,
solids treated with
s/s)
Waste oil
recycLing
faciLity
SLudge (2,700
cy), Solids
(700 cy),
Liquids (6,600
gallons waste
oil)
PCBs, Metals
(Arsenic, Copper,
Lead)
Completed; Operational
8/86 - 2/87 (see Table 4)
Federal
lead/Fund
financed;
Resource
Conservation Co.
Shane
Hitchcock
404-347-3136
FTS-257-3136
4
CaroLina Transformer,
NC (08/29/91)
Solvent extraction
(may be foLlowed by
s/s)
Transformer
repair
Soil (15,000
cy)
PCBs
Predesign; PD compLetion
planned FaLl, 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Michael
Townsend
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
6
6
Traband Warehouse, OK
Emergency Response
(Action Memo signed
01/01/88)
United Creosoting,* TX
(09/29/89)
SoLvent extraction
Solvent extraction
(critical fluid
extraction,
followed by offsite
incineration of
fluids)
Storage
management
complex
Wood
preserving
Solids
Soil (with
tar mats,
co thined
PCBs
VOCs, Dioxins
CompLeted; Operational
2/89 (see Table 4)
In design; Design
completion planned Fall
1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed;
Terra-Clean
State lead/Fund
financed
Pat Haninack
214-655-2270
FTS-255-2270
Deborah
Griswold
214-655-6715
votiane 67,000
cy)
FTS2556715
LaReine Pound
(TX)
512-467-7897
Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatability study has been completed.
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DETAILED SITE INFOI MATION BY TREAT NT TECHNOLOGY
Ap it 1992
Thermal Desorption
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
available)
Contacts/
Phone
1
cannon Engineering/
Bridgewater, MA
(03/31/88)
Thermal aeration
(vapors captured
w/APC)
Chemical waste
storage and
incineration
facility
Soil (11,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE, Vinyl
Chloride, Benzene,
Toluene)
iCompleted
Operational 5/90 to
10/90 (see Table 4)
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Canonie
Engineering
Richard
Goehlert
617-573-5742
FTS-833-5742
1
Re.Sotve,* MA
(09/24/87)
See also Dechlorination
Thermal aeration
(followed by
dechlorination of
the residuaLs)
Chemical
reclamation
facility
Soil (22,500
cy)
PCBS
Predesign;
Treatability study
completion planned
Spring 1992; Design
completion planned
1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Chemical Waste
Management, Inc.
Lorenzo Thantu
617-223-5500
FTS-883-5500
1
McKin,* ME (07/22/85)
Thermal aeration
(vapors captured on
carbon)
Industrial
landfill
Soil (11,500
cy)
VOCs (ICE, BTX)
Completed
Operational 7/86 to
2/87 (see Table 4)
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Canonie
Engineering
Sheila Eckman
617-573-5784
FTS-833-1784
1
Union Chemical Co.,
OU1, ME (12/27/90)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
Solvent
recycling;
Paint
stripping
Soil (10,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE, DCE. PCE,
xylene)
In design
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Mike Jasinski
617-573-5786
FTS-833 -1786
1
Ottati & Goss, NH
(01/16/87)
Thermal aeration
Drun Storage!
disposal
Soil (16,000
cy)
VOCs (ICE, PCE, DCA,
Benzene)
Completed
Operational 6/89 to
9/89 (See Table 4)
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Canonie
Engineering
Stephen Calder
617-573-9626
FTS-833-1626
2
Catdwetl Trucking,* NJ
(09/25/86)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
Unpermitted
septic waste
facility
Soil (37,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, TCA)
In design; Design
completion planned
Spring 1992; Going
to bid in June 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Ed Finnerty
212-264-3555
FTS-264-3555
2
Netaltec/Aerosystems,
OU1 - Soil Treatment,
NJ (06/30/86)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
(carbon adsorption
of vapors)
Metal
manufacturing
Soil (9,000
cy)
VOC5 (TCE)
Design completed
but not installed;
Installation to
begin Sumner 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Ron Rusin
212-264-1873
FTS-264-1873
Natalie Tillman
(USACE)
816-426-5805
2
Reich Farms, NJ
(09/30/88)
Thermal desorption
(vapors will be
captured on carbon)
Uncontrolled
waste disposal
Soil (1,120
cy
VOCS (ICE, PCE, TCA),
SVOCs
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Fall 1992; The
design will begin
after treatability
studies and be
ccxnpleted in Winter
1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Gary
Adamkiewicz
212-264-7592
FTS-264-7592
* Indicates that a treatabitity study has been completed.
Note: Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATI NT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Thermal Desorption
(continued)
Reg 1
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai table)
Contacts!
Phone
2
Watdick Aerospace
Devices,* NJ (09/29/87)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
(Offsite s/s and
disposal of
residuals)
Manufacture!
electroplating
of pLane parts
Soil (2,000
cy)
VOCs (ICE, PCE)
Design completed;
Bidding underway;
RA contract award
scheduled for May
1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
William
McFarland
(USACE
Technical)
816-426-5805
Susan Anderson
(USACE
Contracts)
816-426-7424
2
American Thermostat, NY
(06/29/90)
Low tefrerature
thermal treatment
Thermostat
Manufacturing
Suit (15,000
cy), Sediments
(300 cy)
VOCs (PCE, TCE, DCE)
In design; Design
completion planned
Spring 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Christos
Isiamis
212-264-5713
FTS-264-5713
2
Claremont PolychemicaL,
NY (09/28/90)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
Paint/ink
formation
Soil (1,600
cy)
VOC5 (PCE)
In design; Design
completion planned
Fall 1993
State Lead/Fund
financed; USACE
CarLos R. Ramos
212-264-5636
FTS-264-5636
2
Futton TerminaLs, Soil
Treatment, NY
(09/29/89)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
Former
hazardous
waste storage
facility
Soil (4,000
cy)
VOCs (ICE, DCE, Benzene,
Xylene)
In design; Design
completion planned
St.amner 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Christos
Isiainis
212-264-5713
FTS-264-5713
2
Sarney Farm, NY
(09/27/90)
Thermal desorption
(followed by onsite
incineration of
organics)
Industrial
landfill,
Municipal
landfill
Soil (2,000 -
8,000 cy)
VOC5 (Chloroform, ICE,
PCE, Toluene), SVOCs
(Phthalates)
In design; Design
completion planned
Winter 1992
Federal
lead/Fund
financed
Kevin Willis
212-264-8777
FTS-264-8777
2
Solvent Savers, NY
(09/30/90)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
Thermal desorption
Solvent
recovery/
chemical
reclamation
facility
Soil (60,000
cy)
VOCs (DCE, ICE), PCBs
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Sum er 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Lisa Wong
212-264-0276
FTS-264-0276
2
3
GE Wiring Devices, PR
(09/30/88)
U.S.A. Letterkenny SE
Area, GUi, PA
(06/28/91)
Thermal desorption
(possible prewash
of debris with
surfactants)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
(may need s/s for
metals after
thermal desorption)
Wiring
services
facility
Munitions
manufacturing!
storage, Drum
storage!
disposal
Soil (5,500
cy, combined),
Solids
(debris)
Soil (8,000
cy)
Metals (Mercury)
VOCs (ICE, Ethylbenzene,
Xylene)
In design
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Spring 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Federal facility
U.S. Army lead
Caroline Kwan
212-264-0151
FTS264-0151
Dennis Orenshaw
215-597-7858
FTS-597-7858
Peg Geiseking
(Letterkenny)
717-267-8483
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY ApriL 1992
Thermal Desorption
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific 1
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 



Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avaiLable)
Contacts/
Phone
3
Saunders Supply Co,
Clii, VA (09/30/91)
Low temperature
thermal treatment
(with carbon
capture of air)
Wood
preserving
Soil (25,000
cy),
SVDCs (PCP), Metals
(Arsenic)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Spring 1992
Federal
LeadfFund
financed
Andy Palestini
215-597-1286
FTS-597-1286
4
Ciba-Geigy Corp.
(MacIntosh Plant), AL
(09/30/91)
See aLso In Situ
FLushing
Thermal Desorption
(To be evaluated
during the
treatability study)
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage
Soil (quantity
unknown)
Pesticides
Predesign
PRP Lead/Fedreat
oversight
Charles Kane
404-347-2643
FTS-257-2643
4
Aberdeen Pesticide
Dui s, 0U4 , NC
(09/30/91)
Thermal desorption
Pesticide
manufacturIngf
use/storage,
Plastics
manufacturing
Soil (124,000
cy)
Pesticides (DDT,
Toxaphene, Benzene
Hexachloride)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Si.im er 1992
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight
Kay Crane
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
Jack Butler
919-733-2801
4
Sangamo/TweLve-MiLe/
Hartwell PCB, CU 1, SC
(12/19/90)
Thermal desorption
Organic vapors will
be captured on
carbon
Tranformer
manufacturer
Soil (100,000
cy)
VOCs, PCB5
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Spring 1993. A
treatability study
will begin when CD
is lodged and be
complete 240 days
later.
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Bart Reedy
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
4
Wamchem, SC (06/30/88)
Thermal aeration
(vapors captured on
carbon)
Former dye
manufacturing
plant
Soil (2,000
cy)
VOCs (Benzene, Toluene,
Xylene)
In design; Design
completion planned
Winter 1992; 60%
design expected
shortly
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Bart Reedy
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
4
Arlington Blending &
Packaging Co., OU1, TN
(06/28/91)
See also Dechlorination
Thermal desorption
(the residuals will
be dechlorinated)
Pesticide
manufacturing/
use/storage,
Other organic
cherni cal
manufacturing
SoiL (24,000
cy)
VOCs (DCE), SVOC5 (PCP),
Pesticides (Chlordane,
Keptachlor), Metals
(Arsenic)
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Winter 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Derek Matory
404-347-7791
FTS-257-7791
5
Acme Solvent
Reclaiming, Inc., 0 1J2,
IL (12/31/90)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
Low temperature
thermal treatment
(followed by s/s
for lead)
Industrial
Landfill,
solvent
recycling
Soil (6,000 cy
cond ,ined),
Sludge
VOCs (TCA, OCE, DCA,
ICE, PCE, Vinyl
Chloride, 4-Methyl 2
Pentanone, Benzene),
SVOCs (Naphthalene),
PCBs
Predesign; PD
completion planned
Fall 1993
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Dennis Dalga
312-886-5116
F1S8865116
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TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY April 1992
Thermal Desorption
(contirajed)
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status 

Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai table)
Contacts/
Phone
5
Outboard
Narine/Waukegan Harbor
0U3),* IL (03/31/89)
Low ten erature
thermal treatment
(foLlowed by
offsite
incineration of
organics)
Marine
products
manufacturing
SoiL (16,000
cy, cothined),
Natural
Sediments
PCB5
Operational;
Con Letion planned
Sisrmer 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Canonie
Engineering
Cindy Nolan
312-886-0400
FTS-886-0400
5
Anderson Development
(ROD Amencinent), MI
(09/30/91)
Low teei erature
thermal treatment
Other organic
chemical
manufacturing
Soil (3,000 cy
con*,ined),
Sludge
Organics (MBOCA5 (4
Methylene
Bis-dich loroanitine)
OperationaL;
Coepletion pLanned
Spring 1992;
Treatment began
Jan. 5, 1992; In
pilot test, MBOCAs
reduced from 2,800
ppm in sludges to
1.6 ppm
PRP lead/Federal
oversight;
Weston Services,
Inc.
Jim Hahnenberg
312-353-4213
FTS-353-4213
5
Carter Industries,* MI
(09/18/91)
Low ten erature
thermaL treatment
(followed by s/s of
soLids and
incineration of PCB
oiL)
Scrap metal
salvager
Soil (46,000
cy cothined),
Solids
(debris)
PCBs
Predesign; A
schedule has not
been set because
EPA is negotiating
with the PRP5
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
John Peterson
312-353-1264
FTS-353-1264
5
8
University of
Minnesota, MN
(06/11/90)
Martin Marietta (Denver
Aerospace), CO
(09/24/90)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
Thermal desorption
(ftine incineration
of PCB vapors)
Low teilerature
thermaL treatment
(followed by
University
wastes
Aerospace
equipment
manufacturer -
Soil (6,300
cy), Solids
(160 cy of
debris)
Soil (2,300
cy)
PCBS
VOCs (ICE), PCBs
In design; Design
con letion planned
Spring 1992; The RA
contract wilt allow
incineration or
thermal desorption,
provided criteria
are met
Predesign; PD
con ,letion planned
Winter 1992
PRP lead/State
oversight
State Lead under
RCRA
Darrell Owens
312-886-7089
FTS-886-7089
David Douglas
(MN)
612-296-7818
George Dancik
303-293-1506
FTS3301506
Susan Chaki
incineration of
vapors and s/s of
soils)
bulk storage
facility and
industrial
landfill
(CO)
303-331-4832
* Indicates that a treatability study has been con leted.
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Status as of February 1992.
* Indicates that a treatabiLity study has been coe teted.
TABLE 3
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION BY TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
Other Technologies
April 1992
Region
Site Name, State, (ROD
Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Description
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead Agency and
Treatment
Contractor (if
avai_table)
Contacts!
Phone
1
South Municipal Water
Supply WelL*, NH
(09/27/89)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
Air sparging of
ground water
Solvent
recovery
facility Ball
Bearing
Manufacturing
gw
VOCs, (PCE, TCA,
TCE)
In design; Design
coe letion planned
Sumner 1992
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
Roger Duwart
617-573-9628
FTS-833-1628
3
6
Brodhead Creek, 0111, PA
(03/29/91)
Petro-Checnical Systems,
Inc., 0U2, TX
CROW technology
using hot water
injection to
mobilize coat tar
Air sparging of
ground water
Coal
gasification
Petroleisn
refining and
Soil (200 cy
up to 40 ft
deep)
9W (to 30 ft
deep)
PAHs
VOCs (BTEX), SVOCs
(Naphthalene),
Predesign; PD
con letion planned
Sumner 1992
Predesign; PD
co rpletion planned
PRP Lead/Federal
oversight;
Rernediation
Technologies
PRP lead/Federal
oversight
John Banks
215-597-8555
FTS-597-8555
Chris Villareal
214-655-6735
(09/06/91)
See also Soil Vapor
Extraction
reuse
Metals (Lead)
Fall 1992
FTS-255-6735
Vote: Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 4
SUMMARY INFORMATION ON COMPLETED PROJECTS
Table 4 provides detailed information on the performance and operating parameters for applications of innovative treatment
technologies that have been completed. It is intended to supplement, not replace, the information included in Table 3.
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TABLE 4
COMPLETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
Technology/
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
Residuals
Management
Coments
1
Cannon
Engineering/Bridgewater,
MA
5/90 to 10/90
Thermal soil
aeration!
Canonie
EnvironnentaL
Services
Corp.,
Porter, IN
Soil (11,300
tons)
Criteria:
0.1 ppm - ICE,
DCE, PCE
0.2 ppm -
ToLuene, Xylene
0.5 ppm - Vinyl
Chloride
SVOCs - 3ppm
(total)
input 500 -
3,000 ppm (Total
VOCs)
Output <0.025
ppm (Total VOCs)
Continuous
operation
40 tons/hr
450 - 500 F
Moisture content
before treatment -
5% - 25% moisture
Additives - dry
soil (to reduce
moisture content)
Excavation
Screening
Mixing
Dewatering
Residuals from
air pollution
control -
treated on
site, disposed
of off site
Wastewater -
treated on
site, disposed
of off site
The waste feed size
Limitation for the
equipment, 1.875 inches,
was an inportant
consideration.
More information is
available in the RA report
available from Region 1.
1
McKin, ME
7/86 - 2/87
Thermal.
Desorption/
Canonie Env.
Services
Corp.,
Porter, IN
Soil
(11,500 cy)
VOCs Criteria:
.1 ppm TCE
Input:
up to 1,000 ppm
TCE
Output: .1 ppm
Continuous
operation
6-8 minutes
retention time
300 F
Excavation
Soils -
Solidified and
disposed onsite
Vapors -
Air carbon
capture
I
Ottati & Goss, NH
6/89 - 9/89
Thermal
Desorption/
Canonie
Engineering
Soil (6,000 cy)
TCE, PCE, DCA,
Benzene
Criteria: 1 ppm
- Total VOC5
and
<100 ppb - Each
individual VOC
Output: 
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TABLE 4
COI LETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
Technology!
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
Residuals
Management
Coninents
2
Upjohn Manufacturing
Conpany, PR
1/83 to 3/88
Vacuisn
extraction
Terra Vac
Corp.
Soil (16,000
ft to
approximateLy
ft deep)
sq
100
Criteria:
Initially:
Undefined, end
point of
treatment was
subject to Long
debate.
Ambient conditions
Discharge of
soil vapors
through 30-ft
stack
For further information on
this application, see the
Applications Analysis
Report for the Terra Vac
In situ Vacuun Extraction
System (EPA/540/A5-
89/003).
Final criteria:
Carbon
Tetrachloride
(in exhaust
stacks) -
nondetectabi e
for three
consecutive
months
Initial
concentrations -
70 mg/I (carbon
tetrachtoride to
air)
Final
concentrations -
nondetect
(<0.002 mg/I)
2
Signo Trading
International, Inc.,
10/20/87 . 10/21/87
(Removal)
NY
KPEG
dechlorination
Galson
Remediation,
Syracuse, NY
Sludge (15
gallons)
Dioxin
Input - 135 ppb
Tenperature:
150c
Time: Overnight
None
Incineration of
residuals
(without dioxin
contamination)
at treatment,
storage, and
disposal
facility
Output - 1 ppb
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TABLE 4
COMPLETED PROJECTS April 1992
(contir .aed)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
Technology!
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
Residuals
Management
Coments
3
Avtex Fibers, VA
4/90 - 8/91
(Removal)
Chemical
Treatment
(oxidation
using NaCIO)
OH Materials,
Findlay, OH
(ERCS
Contractor)
Sludge/water from
storage unit (2
million gallons)
Carbon Disutfide
Criteria: <10
ppm - Carbon
Disulfide in the
effluent
Input: 50-
200,000 ppm
Carbon disulfide
Output: <10 ppm
Carbon disulfide
Batch operation
average retention
time - 1 hour
pH - 10
Additives: Sodi .sn
hypochloride.
The retention time
and reagent feed
rates increased
with increasing
concentration of
sludge in the
contaminated
water.
PuTing
Salts from the
reaction were
removed with
flocculation
and clarifi-
cation at
existing
treatment
plant, pH
adjustment
Carbon disulfide is
unstable and will be found
with other contaminants in
aqueous waste stream.
For additional information
on this project, see the
Removal Close Out Report
available from EPA -
Region III or OH
Materials.
4
Brown Wood Preserving,
FL
10/88 to 12/91
Land
Treatment!
Remediation
Technologies,
Seattle,
Washington
Soil/pond
sediment (7,500
cy)
Criteria:
100 ppm totaL
carcinogenic
PAHs as san led
Ofl 8 subplots on
each Lift
Input - 800 to
2,000 ppm total
creosote
contaminants
Output - 10 to
80 ppm total
carcinogenic
indicators
Retention time - 3
to 6 months
Additives - water
and nutrients
Excavation
Screening
Tilling
Treated
material
vegetated with
grass (no cap)
Further information on
this project is available
from the Remedial Action
Close Out Report. The
vendor, RETEC, is expected
to prepare a paper.
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TABLE 4
COMPLETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
Technologyf
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
Residuals
Management
Co iinents
4
Palmetto Wood
Preserving, SC
9/28/88 to 2/8/89
Chemical
treatment and
soiL washing
Reduction of
hexavatent
chromiun to
trivalent
chromiun
En-site (ERCS
contractor)
Atlanta, GA
Soil (13,000 cy)
HeaLth-based
criteria -
Actual
concentrations
unknown
Input:
Arsenic - 2 to
6,200 ppm
Chromiun - 4 to
6,200 ppm
Output:
Arsenic - Less
than 1 ppm
Chromiun - 627
ppm
Soil - Batch
process
Treatment for
aqueous waste from
soil washing - 25
gallons per minute
pH - 2 to 9
Neutralization
Mixing
Dewatering
Soil -
solidified and
replaced on
site
Wastewater -
permitted
discharge to
the sewer line
Sludges - off
site disposal
(1) Used sodiun meta-
phosphate to lower pH to
2.0 and wash the Chron,iisn
from the soil, (2)
separated the soil and
solution, (3) soLidified
the soils, and (4) used
the ferrous ion method of
reduction to precipitate
the chroiniun from soLution
in trivalent form.
This treatment system is
unique in the method of
generating ferrous ion for
the reducing step. The
waste stream passed
through an electroLytic
celL containing consunable
steel electrodes where the
ferrous ions were
electricaLly introduced
into the waste stream.
4
General Refining
Con any, GA
August-October, 1986
January-February, 1987
(Removal)
Solvent
extraction/
Resource
Conservation
Technology
Con any,
Bellevue, WA
SLudge (3,448
tons)
Input:
PCB - 5.0 ppm
Lead - 10,000
ppm
Output:
PCB -
insignificant
Lead -
concentrated in
solids
Continuous
operation
Time: 2 hours
pH: 10
Ten : 20C
Rate: 27 tons/day
Moisture content
60%
Additives:
sodiun hydroxide
Triethylamine
Excavation
Screening
Neutralization
Size Reduction
Mixing
Oil - used as
fuel for kiln
Water -
treated,
discharged off
site
Solids -
solidified and
disposed of on
site
The oil recovered from the
extractions process could
not be sold because of an
elevated metals content.
The solvent could not be
recovered due to leaks in
system seals. The unit
required a reLatively
uniform material so
materials handling of the
sludges proved difficult
in the beginning of the
project. The Lead-bearing
solids produced by the
dryer also required
special handling.
Finally, detergents in the
sludge hindered oil/water
separation.
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TABLE 4
COMPLETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
TechnoLogy/
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
ResiduaLs
Management
Conrnents
4
Hinson Chemical, SC
12/88 - 3/92 (Removal)
Soil Vapor
Extraction! OH
Materials
Atlanta, GA
Soil
(60,000 cy, up to
50 ft deep)
Benzene, ICE,
PCE, DCA, MEK
At coppletion:
<10 ppm Total
VOCs (In alt
sariples);
average <1 ppm
Total VOCs
In situ;
continuous
operation (except
for occasional
shut downs to
allow soil gas to
reach equilibriun
in the pore
spaces)
Air emissions
captured on
vapor phase
carbon
No cap needed
5
Seymour Recycling, IN
S i.srmer - 1990
August-October, 1986
January-February, 1987
In situ soil
bioremediation
ABB
Enviroilnental
Services
Soil
(12 acres to 10
ft deep,
approximately
43,500 cy)
54 contaminants
present,
including ICE,
TCA, and Carbon
Tetrachloride
No standards or
criteria for
this OU in ROD
Additives -
nitrogen,
phosphorus 8
potassilsn, sulfur
(200,000 gallons
of nutrients
added)
Tilling
Capping in
place
The soil became saturated
quickly during this
project, creating surface
pools. The specially
designed tractor got
stuck.
5
PSM Enterprises, MI
3/25/85 - 10/28/85
(Removal)
Neutralization
with
hypochlorite
process
Mid-American
Envirorinental
Service,
Riverdale, IL
Film chips (464
tons or 1,280 cy)
Cyanide
Input: 200 ppm
Output: 20 ppm
Time: 2-3 hours
Additives: sodiuii
hydroxide
Agitation
Rinse water,
runoff and
waste
hypochlorite -
treated off
site
Treated chips -
landfilled
(Subtitle D)
6
Traband Warehouse
PCBs, OK (Removal)
Solvent
Extraction!
Terra Kleen
Solids
PCBs
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TABLE 4
COIU LETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
(contirmied)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
TechnoLogy/
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
ResiduaLs
Management
Coeinents
7
Crown Plating, MO
10/1/89 to 12/31/89
(Removal)
Dechlorination
using the KPEG
process
No vendor,
work done by
EPA
Liquid (5
gallons)
Criteria:
Dioxin - <1 ppb
Input:
Silvex - 10,000
ppm
Dioxin
equivalents -
24.18 ppb
Output:
SiLvex - 32 ppb
Dioxin
equivalents -
O. O68ppb
Batch operation
Retention time -
36 hours
(including time of
equipnent
breakdown)
Tee erature - 72C
p4 1 - 13
Moisture content -
100%
BuiLt an on-
site vacuun for
emissions
control
Contaminated
residual oiL -
incinerated
off-site
7
Scott Luster, MO
8/87 - FaLl, 91
(RemovaL)
Land Treatment
SoiL (16,000 cy)
Criteria:
500 ppm - Total
PAN
14 ppm -
Benzo(a)pyrene
Output:
160 ppm TotaL
PAN
12 ppm
Benzo(a)pyrene
Additives:
Water
phosphorous
Tilling
None
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TABLE 4
COMPLETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
(cant i r ied)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
Technology/
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
MateriaLs
Handling
Required
Residuals
Management
CoflinentS
9
GiLa River Indian
Reservation, AZ
3/28/85 - 6/24/85
(Removal)
In situ
chemical
treatment
(followed by
anaerobic bio-
remediation)
No technology
vendor
ERC5
SoiL (3,220 cy)
Input:
Toxaphene -
1,470 ppm
Ethyl parathion
-86 ppm
Methyl parathion
- 24 ppm
Output:
Toxaphene - 470
ppm
Ethyl
parathion - 56
ppm
Methyl parathion
- 3 ppm
pH: 10.2 to 11.8
Moisture: wet
Additives to soil:
sodiun hydroxide,
water
Bioremediation
9
Gila River Indian
Reservation, AZ
6/24/85 - 10/23/85
(Removal)
In situ
anaerobic
biological
treatment
(preceded by
chemical
treatment)
No technology
vendor
Soil (3,220 cy)
Toxaphene
Input: 470 ppm
Output: 180 ppm
pH: 8.3 to 9.8
Additives to soil:
sulfuric acid,
manure, sludge
Tilling
Capped in place
The biological treatment
would have been more
successful if the
neutralization after the
chemical treatment had
been more coeplete. The
tearing of the plastic
sheets covering the soils
allowed air in and
prevented anaerobic
activity.
9
RoseviLle Druns, CA
2112/88 - 11/9/88
(Removal)
In situ
Bioremediation
Soil (14 cy)
Input:
Dichlorobenzene
- 4,000 ppm
Phenol - 12,000
ppm
Output:
Di chlorobenzene
- 140 ppm
Phenol - 6 ppm
Additives to soil:
manure, water
Tilling
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TABLE 4
)I LETED PROJECTS ApriL 1992
(continued)
Region
Site Name, State, Dates
of Operation
Technotogy/
Vendor
Media Treated
(Quantity)
Key
Contaminants
Treated
Operating
Parameters
Materials
Handling
Required
Residuals
Management
Coements
9
9
Stanford Pesticide Site
#1, AZ
3/20/87 - 11/4/87
(Removal)
Poly-Carb, Inc., NV
7/22/87 - 8/16/88
(Removal)
Chemical
treatment -
alkaline
hydrolisis
No technology
vendor
Land treatment
and soil
flushing
SoiL (200 cy)
Soil (1,500 cy)
Methyl parathion
Input: 24.2 ppm
Output: 0.05
ppm
Input:
PhenoL 1,020 ppm
0-cresol - 100
ppm
m- and p-
cresot - 409 ppm
pH: 9.0
Moisture: wet
Additives to soil:
soda ash, water,
activated carbon
Additives: water
Tilling
(in situ, 3
times per
week)
Excavation
. Placement
in double-
lined pit
Irrigation
Tilling
Leachate
coLLection arid
treatment with
granuLar
activated
carbon
This treatment used both
bioremediation and soil
flushing in one step.
Output:
Phenol 1 ppm
O-cresol - 1 ppm
m- and p-
CresoL - 0.92
ppm
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APPENDIX A
REMEDIAL SITES USING ESTABLISHED TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
The table included as Appendix A shows NPL sites where established treatment technologies have been selected as part of the
remedy. Established treatment technologies include: incineration, solidification/stabilization, and others. The sites are ordered by
fiscal year to give some initial information as to the status of implementation; that is, the older the ROD, the more likely that design
and construction have begun.
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APPENOIX A Api-il 1992
REJ DIAL ACTION SITES USING ESTABLISHED TREATHENT TECHNOLOGIES
mi-Si te Incineration mi-Site Incineration (contirajed )
Ft REGION SITE NAME STATE Ft REGION SITE NAME STATE
85 02 Bog Creek Farm NJ 89 05 Big D Caa ground OH
85 02 Bridgeport Rental & OiL NJ 89 05 Laskin/PopLar Oil OH
85 05 ACME Solvent IL 90 01 New Bedford* MA
85 06 MOTCO TX 90 02 Sarney Farm MY
86 Dl Baird & McGuire MA 90 03 M.W. Manufacturing* PA
86 04 Mowbray Engineering AL 90 05 Sangamo/Crab Orchard IL
86 05 LaSaUe ELectricaL Utilities IL National Wildlife Refuge
86 05 Arrowhead Refinery MN 90 05 Fisher Cab IN
86 05 FieLds Brook OH 90 05 Bofors Nobel MI
86 06 Sikes Disposal Pit TX 90 05 Springfield Township DuII * MI
87 D l Ottati & Goss NH 90 05 Pristine (Amencinent) OH
87 Dl Davis Liquid Waste RI 90 05 University of Minnesota MN
87 04 Tower Chemical FL 90 06 Vertac AR
87 04 Geiger/C&N Oil SC 90 06 Texarkana Wood Preserving TX
87 05 Rose Township Durp MI 90 07 Missouri Electric Works NO
87 05 Laskin/Poplar OIL OH 90 07 Hastings Gro&xidwater HE
87 06 Bayou Bonfouca LA Contamination (East Industrial
87 06 CLeve Reber LA Park)
88 01 Rose Disposal Pit NA 90 10 FMC Yakima Pit WA
88 02 Liparl LandfiLL NJ 91 03 Whitmoyer Labs, Inc. 0U3 PA
88 02 Love Canal NY 91 03 Eastern Diversified MetaLs PA
88 03 Delaware Sand & GraveL DE 91 04 Ciba Geigy Corp. AL
88 03 Southern MaryLand Wood MO 91 05 AlLied Chem & I ronton Coke OH
Treating _______________________________________________________________
88 03 Drake ChemicaL/Phase III PA
88 03 Or&iance Works Disposal WV off Site Incineration
88 04 ZeLLwood Groundwater FL
88 05 LaSaLLe Electrical Utilities IL Ft REGION SITE NAME STATE
88 05 Fort Wayne Reduction IN
88 05 Forest Waste Products MI 84 05 BerLin & Farro Liquid MI
88 05 Pristine OH Incineration
88 05 Sumlit National Liquid Disposal OH 84 05 Laskin/Poptar Oil OH
88 06 OLd MidLand Products AR 84 10 Western Processing WA
88 06 Brio Refining TX Phase I
88 07 Times Beach NO 85 02 Swope Oil & Chemical NJ
88 08 Broderick Wood Products CO 85 05 Byron/Johnson Salvage IL
89 01 Baird and McGuire NA Yard
89 01 WelLs G&H MA 85 06 Triangle Chemical TX
89 02 Bog Creek Farm NJ 85 08 Woodbury Chemical CO
89 02 De Rewal Chemical* NJ 86 03 Drake Chemical/Phase II PA
89 03 DougLasvitle Disposal PA 86 03 WestLine PA
89 04 Smiths Farm Brooks* KY 86 05 Metamora Landfill MI
89 04 Aberdeen Pesticide DtiIps/ NC 86 05 Spiegelberg Landfill MI
Fairway 86 07 ElLisviLle Area/Bliss MO
89 04 Cetanese* NC 87 02 WiLliams Property NJ
89 04 American Creosote Works TN 87 04 Sodyeco NC
89 05 Ninth Avenue Dtsr IN 87 06 Sand Springs Petrochemical O K
89 05 New Brighton/Arden Hills MN Cooplex
* Residuals to be treated with solidification/stabilization.
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REI DIAL ACTION
APPEU)IX A (contiriaed)
SITES USING ESTABLISHED TREATP NT TECHNOLOGIES
ApriL 1992
* Residuals to be treated with solidification/stabilization.
FT REGION
Off-Site Incineration (contir jed )
SITE NAME
STATE
FT REGION
Off-Site Incineration (continued )
SITE NAME
STATE
91
02
Circuitron
NY
91
02
Mattiace PetrochemicaL
NY
91
03
Brodhead Creek
PA
91
03
Eastern Diversified Metals
PA
91
03
Dixie Cavern County Landfill
VA
91
91
04
04
Aberdeen Pesticide Disi s
(Amenc*nent)
WrigLey CharcoaL
NC
TN
91
05
Acme Solvent RecLaiming Inc.
IL
91
05
Main Street Wet Ifield
IN
91
05
Thermo Chem
MI
91
05
Carter Industries
MI
91
91
05
06
Si nuit National Liquid Disposal
Service (Amendnent)
Petrochemical (Turtle-Bayou)
OH
TX
91
07
Peoples NaturaL Gas
IA
91
07
ELlisville Area Site
MO
91
07
EtLisville Area (Amenchnent)
MO
91
07
Kern-Pest Laboratories
MO
91
08
Broderick Wood Products
CO
91
08
HilL AFB
UT
91
09
Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
CA
91
91
10
10
Comencement Bay - Nearshore/
Tideflats
Northwest Transformer - Mission
WA
WA
88
01
Cannon Engineering/Plymouth
MA
88
02
Ewan Property
NJ
88
02
Reich Farms
NJ
88
02
Brewster WeLL Field
NY
88
03
Wildcat Landfill
DE
88
03
Berks Sand Pit
PA
88
03
DougLassvitLe Disposal
PA
88
03
Fike Chemical
WV
88
05
BeLvidere Municipal
LandfiLL #1
IL
88
06
S. CaLvacade St.
TX
88
07
Minker/Stout/Romaine Creek
(R&S)
MO
88
07
Syntex
MO
89
01
W.R. Grace (Acton Plant)
MA
89
01
OConnor
ME
89
01
Pinettes Salvage Yard
ME
89
02
CLaremont PolychernicaL
NY
89
03
M.W. Manufacturing
PA
89
03
Whitmoyer Laboratories
PA
89
04
Newsoin Brothers Old Reichold
MS
89
05
Cross Brothers Pail
IL
89
05
Outboard Marine/Waukegan Harbor
IL
89
05
Wedzeb
IN
89
89
05
05
CLiff/Dow DIJW ,
Alsco Anaconda
MI
OH
89
06
United Creosoting
TX
89
08
Woodbury Chemical
CO
90
01
Beacon Heights Landfill
CT
90
01
Kearsarge Metallurgical
NH
90
02
FAA TechnicaL Center
NJ
90
02
Hooker Chemical-Ruco Polymer
NJ
90
90
02
02
Sayreville landfill
Mattiace Petrochemicals
NJ
NT
90
90
02
03
SeaLand Restoration
Greenwood Chemical
NY
VA
90
06
Arkwood
AR
90
90
90
06
06
06
Jacksonville Municipal LandfilL
Rogers Road Municipal Landfill
Hardage/Criner (Amenc nent)
AR
AR
OK
90
07
Fairfield Coal Gasification
Plant
IA
90
07
Shenandoah Stables
MO
90
08
Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace)
CO
90
08
Sand Creek Industrial
CO
90
08
Ogden Defense Depot
UT
91
01
Union Chemical
ME
91
02
Curcio Scrap Metal
NJ
91
02
Swope Oil
NJ
91
02
Waldick Aerospace Devices, Inc.
NJ
Pole
FT REGION
Sot idificationjStabi Lization
SITE NAME
STATE
82
03
Bruin Lagoon
PA
84
06
Bioecology Systems
TX
85
04
General Refining
GA
85
04
Davie Landfill
FL
85
10
Western Processing/Phase
II
WA
86
02
Marathon Battery
NY
86
03
Bruin Lagoon
PA
86
04
Peppers Steel & ALLoy
FL
86
04
Sapp Battery Salvage
FL
86
05
Burrows Sanitation
III
86
05
Forest Waste Products
MI
87
01
Davis Liquid Waste
RI
87
02
Chemical Control
NJ
87
02
Myers Property
NJ
87
02
Waldick Aerospace
NJ
87
04
Gold Coast
FL
87
04
Geiger/C&M Oil
SC
87
04
Independent Nail
SC
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APPEICIX A (continued)
REMEDIAL ACTION SITES USING ESTABLISHED TREATMENT
TECHNOLOGIES
ApriL 1992
FY REGION
Solidification/Stthi lization (continued )
SITE NAME
STATE
SoLidification/Stabilization (continued )
FY REGION SITE NAME
STATE
87
04
PaLmetto Wood Preserving
Sc
87
05
Liquid Disposal
MI
87
05
Northern Engraving
WI
87
06
Gurley Pit
AR
87
06
Mid-South Wood
AR
87
06
Cteve Reber
LA
87
06
Sand Spring PetrochemicaL
Con>lex
OK
88
01
charles George Land Reclamation
MA
88
02
Love Canal
NY
88
02
Marathon Battery
NY
88
02
York OiL
NY
88
03
AlLadin Plating
PA
88
03
Fike ChemicaL
WV
88
04
Brown Wood Preserving
FL
88
04
Flowood
MS
88
04
Chemtronics
NC
88
05
Velsicol Chemical
IL
88
05
Mid-State Disposal Landfill
WI
88
06
Industrial Waste Control
AR
88
06
Bailey Waste Disposal
TX
88
06
Brio Refining
TX
88
06
French Limited
TX
88
07
Midwest Manufacturing/
North Farm
IA
88
09
Selma Pressure Treating
CA
88
10
Pacific Hide & Fur Recycling
ID
88
10
GouLd
OR
88
10
Comnencement Bay/NTF
WA
88
10
Frontier Hard Chrome
WA
89
01
Sullivans Ledge
MA
89
01
W.R. Grace (Acton Plant)
MA
89
01
OConnor
ME
89
02
DeRewal Chemical
NJ
89
02
Marathon Battery
NY
89
03
Craig Farm
PA
89
03
DouglassvilLe Disposal
PA
89
03
Hebelka Auto Salvage Yard
PA
89
03
Ordnance Works Disposal
WV
89
04
Kassouf-KimerLing Battery
FL
89
04
Smith Farm Brooks
KY
89
04
Cape Fear Wood Preserving
NC
89
04
CeLanese
NC
89
04
Amicola Diji
TN
89
05
MIDCO I
IN
89
05
MIDCO II
IN
89
05
Auto Ion Chemicals
MI
89
06
Pesses Chemical
TX
89
06
Sheridan Disposal Services
TX
89
07
Vogel Paint & Wax
IA
89
09
Koppers (Oroville Plant)
CA
89
09
Purity Oil Sales
CA
90
01
New Bedford
MA
90
02
Roebting Steel
NJ
90
03
M.W. Manufacturing
PA
90
03
C&R Battery
VA
90
03
Greenwood Chemical
VA
90
04
62nd Street D iip
FL
90
04
Cabot/Koppers
FL
90
04
CoLeman-Evans Wood Preserving
(Amennent)
FL
90
04
Kassourf-Kimerling Battery
Disposal
FL
90
04
Schuylkill Metal
FL
90
04
Yellow Wate Road
FL
90
04
Zellwood Groundwater
Contamination (Amennent)
FL
90
05
Sangamo/Crab Orchard
National WildLife Refuge
IL
90
05
Wayne Waste Oil
IN
90
05
Springfield Township Dui
MI
90
05
Oconomowoc Electroplating
WI
90
06
Jacksonville Municipal Landfill
AR
90
06
Rogers Road Municipal Landfill
AR
90
07
Shenandoah Stables
MO
90
07
Hastings Groundwater Contamination
(East Industrial Park)
NE
90
08
Martin Marietta (Denver
Aerospace)
CO
90
08
Rocky Mountain Arsenal (OU 17)
CO
90
09
J.H. Baxter
CA
90
10
Teledyne Wah Chang Albany (TWCA)
OR
91
01
Silresin Chemical
MA
91
01
Sullivans Ledge
MA
91
01
Union Chemical
MA
91
02
Asbestos Du
NJ
91
02
Nascolite Corp.
NJ
91
02
NL Industries
NJ
91
02
Roebling Steel
NJ
91
02
Waldick Aerospace Services Inc.
NJ
91
02
White Chemical Corp.
NJ
91
03
Halby Chemical
DE
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APPENDIX A (continued)
REI DIAL ACTION SITES USING ESTABLISHED TREAT1 NT TECHNOLOGIES
Sotidification/Stabitization (continued )
Mid-AtLantic Wood Preservers
Eastern Diversified MetaLs
HebeLka Auto Salvage Yard
Whitmoyer Lab (0U3)
Whitmoyer Lab (01.12)
U.S.A. Letterkenny SE
First Piethont Quarry 719
Saunders Supply
Interstate Lead Co.
USAF Robins Air Force Base
Maxey Flats NucLear DisposaL
Golden Strip Septic Tank
Aberdeen Pesticide Duip
(Amenc*nent)
Carolina Transformer
Arlington Blending and
Packaging Co.
Oak Ridge 01J3
Wrigley Charcoal
Acme Solvents
Carter Industries
Cimarron Mining Corp.
IE Dupont de Nemours & Co., Inc.
Mid-America Tanning
Shaw Avenue Duip
Anaconda Co. Smelter
FMC (Fresno Plant)
Valley Wood Preserving
MD
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
VA
VA
AL
GA
KY
SC
NC
NC
TN
TN
TN
IL
MI
NM
IA
IA
IA
MT
CA
CA
ApiL 1992
FY REGION SITE NAME
85 06 Triangle ChemicaL
86 04 HoLlingsworth Solderless
87 03 West Virginia Ordnance
88 03 Bendix Flight System
88 07 Arkansas City DUIP
89 09 FairchiLd Semiconductor!
MTV- I
89 09 Fairchild Semiconductor!
MTV- II
89 09 InteL, Mountain View
89 09 Raytheon, Mountain View
90 04 Howe ValLey Landfill
STATE TECHNOLOGY
TX Soil Aeration
FL Soil Aeration
WV In situ Flaming
PA Soil Aeration
KS Chemical
Neutralization
CA Soil Aeration
CA Soil Aeration
CA Soil Aeration
CA Soil Aeration
KY Soil Aeration
FY REGION SITE NAME STATE
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
05
05
06
07
07
07
08
09
09
Other
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APPENDIX B
REMEDIAL/REMOVAL SITES USING TREATMENT TRAINS WITH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
Appendix B lists the sites where innovative treatment technologies are used with established or other innovative treatment
technologies in treatment trains. Technologies may be combined to reduce the volume of material requiring subsequent treatment,
to prevent the emission of volatile contaminants during excavation and mixing, or to address multiple contaminants within the same
medium.
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APPENDIX B
April 1992
REMEDIAL/REMOVAL SITES USING TREATMENT TRAINS WITH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
Solvent Extraction Followed by
Inc inerati on
Soil Washing
Sot idification/Stabi lization
Solidification/Stabilization
Thermet Oesorption FolLowed by
Dechlorination
Dech tori nation
Incineration of Organic Vapors
Incineration of Organic Vapors
Incineration of Organic Vapors
Incineration of Organic Vapors
Incineration of Organic Vapors
Sotidification/Stabi lization
Solidification/Stabi Lization
Solidification/Stabilization
Sot idification/Stabi Lization
Solidification/Stabilization
United Creosoting
E an Property
OConnor
General Refining (Removal)
Resolve
Arlington Blending & Packaging
Co. OU 1
Sarney Farm
Outboard Marine/Waukegan Harbor
Carter Industries
University of Minnesota
Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace)
WaLdick Aerospace Devices
USA Letterkenny (SE Area, OU 1)
Acme Solvent Reclaiming, Inc. CU 2
Carter Industries
Martin Marietta (Denver Aerospace)
Soil Washing Followed by
Bioremediat ion
Bioremediation
Biorenediation
Bioremediat ion
Bioremediat ion
Bioremediat ion
I nc i ne rat i on
Incineration
Inc inerat ion
Solidification/Stabilization
American Creosote
Cabot Carbon/Koppers
Southeastern Wood Preserving
(Removal)
Cape Fear Wood Preserving
Moss-American
Koppers (Oroville)
Arkwood
South Cavalcade Street
Sand Creek CU 5
FMC (Fresno)
FL
FL
MS
NC
WI
CA
AR
TX
CO
CA
th icaL Treatment Followed by
In Situ Bioremediation
Gita River Indian Reservation AZ
Dechlorination Followed by
Soil Washing
Myers Property
NJ
Ex Situ Bior ediation Followed
by
Solidification/Stabilization
Solidification/Stabilization
Whitmoyer Laboratories,
J. H. Baxter
CU 3
PA
CA
In Situ Fli hing Followed by
In Situ Bioremediation
In Situ Bioremediation
LA Clarke & Sons
Polycarb (Removal)
VA
NV
Soil Vapor Extraction Followed
by
In Situ Biorenediation
In Situ Flushing
Solidification/Stabilization
Soil Washing
Swope Oil & Chemical Co.
JADCO - Hughes
Genzale Plating Coopany,
Zanesville Welt Field
CU
NJ
NC
1 NY
OH
TX
NJ
ME
GA
MA
TN
NY
IL
MI
MN
CO
NJ
PA
IL
MI
CO
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FIRST ISSUE
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES:
SEMI-ANNUAL STATUS REPORT
January, 1991
U.S. Env iwnmental Protection Agency
0111cc of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Technology Innovation Office
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EPA/540/2-91/OO1
FIRST ISSUE
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES:
SEMI-ANNUAL STATUS REPORT
January, 1991
U.S. Environmental Protection .Agency
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Technology Innovation Office
EPA RegIon Vfli LIBRARY
Denver CoicradQ
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Foreword
Abbreviations iv
1 0 EPA Regional Summary For Innovative Technologies
2.0 Project Status Summary by Innovative Technology . 4
3.0 Detailed Site Information by Innovative Technology. 7
Bioremediation . . . . S
Chemical Extraction . . . . . 11
Chemical Treatment 12
In situ Soil Flushing 13
In situ Vitrification IS
Soil Washing . . . . 16
Thermal Desorplion 17
Vacuum Extraction 19
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FOREWORD
The Technology Innovation Office (TlO) was established in April 1990 by the U.S. EPAs Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
to promote the use of innovative treatment technologies for contaminated site cleanup. T1O believes that an important part of this mission is to inform
technology vendors and EPA Superfund site managers of sites at which innovative technologies are being successfully used. Accordingly, 110 has
developed this document, Innovative Treatment Technologies: Semi-Annual Status Report, to provide information on specific sites that have selected
or used innovative treatment technologies. The information serves several purposes: (I) to track the progress of innovative technology use; (2) to
provide market information to technology vendors; and (3) to facilitate communication among innovative technology users.
This report will be updated and distributed biannually. This first issue of the report addresses National Priorities List (NPL) sites where
innovative technologies are planned for use or are being used. Data initially derived from Records of Decision (RODs) signed through Fiscal Year
1989 (FY89) have been updated with design and implementation information through telephone interviews with remedial project managers (RPMs).
The data pertaining to project status does not duplicate data in CERCLIS, EPAs Superfund tracking system. This report provides more detailed
information pertaining specifically to the implementation of various innovative technologies. The next biannual report (planned for July 1991) will
contain information on innovative technologies selected in FY90 RODs, ongoing and completed removal actions utiliiing innovative technologies, and
project updates. Future reports may be expanded to include innovative treatment technologies used outside of Superfund.
This report is comprised of three sections. Section I provides a summary of innovative technology use by EPA Regions; Section 2 provides
a project status summary of innovative technologies; and Section 3 provides more detailed site specific information for each technology. Figure 1 on
the following page contrasts Superilind selection and use of innovative versus established treatment technologies for source control. This status report
focuses on the innovative treatment technologies identified in this figure. Figure 2 provides a tabular summary of project status information contained
in Section 2 of the report.
Questions pertaining to individual sites may be directed to the contacts listed in the table. Changes and updates to the report contents may
be made to Mr. David Pepson, PRC Environmental Management, Inc., (PRC) at (703) 883-8802 or faxed to (703) 556-1130. General comments on
the usefulness and scope of this report may be provided in writing to Ms. Linda Fiedler, USEPA, OS-i 10, 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC 20460,
or faxed to (202) 382-7863. To get on the mailing list for this document, complete and mail the form at the end of this document or call Ms. Deborah
Lyne, PRC, at (703) 883-8408. To receive additional copies of this report, call EPA/ORD Publications at (513) 569-7562.

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Figure 1
Summary of Innovative vs. Established Treatment
Technologies For Source Control at Superfund Sites*
innovative TechnologIes (37% )
Established Technologies (63% )
16% Off site incineration (40)
3.5% Other (9)
C
19% On site incineration (48)
24.6% Solidification/Stabilization (62)
2.8% Soil Washing (7)
2 4% Chemical Extraction (6)
8.3% Bloremediation (22)
4% In situ Soil Flushing (10)
12% Vacuum Extraction (31)
0.8% in situ Vitrification (2)
1.6% Chemical Treatment (4)
5% Thermal Dosorption (13)
* Data are derWed from 1982 - 1989 Records of Decision (RODs and anticipated design and constniction activities.
The 254 technologies are associated with approximately 211 sites; the difference reflects the use of more than one technology per site.
() Number of times this technology was selected or used.
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Figure 2
Project Status of Innovative Treatment Technologies
For Source Control at Superfund Sites*
Technology
Predesign /
In Design
Being
Installed/
Operational
Project
Completed
Total
Vacuum Extraction
25
5
1
31
Bioremediation
16
5
1
22
In Situ Soil Flushing
8
2
0
10
Thermal Desorption
10
0
3
13
Soil Washing
7
0
0
7
Chemical Extraction
5
1
0
6
Chemical Treatment
2
1
1
4
In Situ Vitrification
2
0
0
2
* Data derived from 1982 - 1989 Records of Decision (RODs) and anticipated design and
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Abbreviations
BTEX benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene
BTX benzene, toluene, and xylene
cy cubic yards
DCA dichioroethane
DCE dichloroethylene
FY fiscal year
gw ground water
PAl-is polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
PCBs polychlorinated biphenyls
PCE perchioroethylene or tetrachioroethytene
PCP pentachiorophenol
PRP potentially responsible party
RODs Records of Decision
RSKERL Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Ada, OK (U.S. EPA)
SVOCs semivolatile organic compounds
TCA trichioroethane
TCE trichloroethylene
VOCs volatile organic compounds
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January, 1991
SECTION 1.0
EPA REGIONAL SUMMARY FOR INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
This section contains a table summarizing the innovative treatment
technologies used at NPL sites in each EPA region. As shown in
this table, regional use of innovative technologies ranges from 2
to 19 sites. Five of the regions are using innovative technologies
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
____ WASHINGTON. 0 C 20460
4 q PRO 
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
February 11, 1991
To The Recipient
Enclosed is a copy of the first issue of Innovative Treatment Technologies:
Semi-Annual Status Report, EPAs new biannual report on the status of innovative
treatment technologies being used at Superfund sites. This report is part of the
Technology Innovation Offices continuing effort to encourage the use of promising
new technologies. Detailed project information is provided for each site where an
innovative technology is used. This information includes type of site, media or waste
addressed and its quantity, major contaminants treated, status of technology
implementation, lead agency, treatment contractor, and Regional contacts.
This information is meant to enhance communication among site managers
and consulting engineers who are considering innovative technologies for their Sites.
In addition, it provides valuable information to technology vendors related to
finaiiciai cievelopuient and inaiketing decisions. If you would like to receive future
copies of this report, complete and mail the form at the end of this document or call
Ms. Deborah Lyne, PRC Environmental Management, Inc., at (703) 883-8408.

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TABLE I
EPA REGIOWAL StM ARY FOR INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
TECHNOLOGY
VaCUum Extraction
Biorernediat ion
Chemical Extraction
Chemical Treatment
Thermal Desorpt Ion
Thermal Oesorption
Vacuum Extraction
Vacuum Extraction
Chemical Extraction
Chemical Extraction
Ihermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Vacuum Extraction
Vacuum Extraction
Bioremnediat ion
Chemical Extraction
In situ Soil Flushing
In situ Soil Flushing
In situ Soil Flushing
Soil Washing
Soil Washing
Thermal Desorpt ion
SITE WAM 1A!E
Reaion 1
Kellogg-Deerlng Well CT
Field
Iron Horse Park
Norwood PCBs
Re-Solve
Cannon
Engineering/Plymouth
Re-Solve
Groveland Welts
Wells G&H
OConnor
Pinettes Salvage Yard
McKln
Ottati & Goss NH
South Municipal water NH
Supply Welt
Tinkhamn Garage NH
Region 2
FAA TechnicaL Center
Ewan Property
Goose Farm
upon landfill
Vineland Chemical
Ewan Property NJ
Vineland Chemical
Caldwetl Trucking
Thermal Desorptiori
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorption
Vacuum Extraction
Chemical Treatment
In situ Soil Flushing
Thermal Desorption
Thermal Desorpt ion
Thermal Desorpt ion
Chemical Extraction
Vacuum Extraction
In situ Soil Flushing
Vacuum Extraction
Vacuum Extraction
Vacuum Extraction
Bloremediatlon
In situ SoiL Flushing
Bloremediat ion
Bioremediatiori
Metal tec/Aerosystems
Reich Farms
Waldick Aerospace
Devices
FAA Technical Center
Wide Beach Development
Byron Barrel & Drum
Fulton Terminals
Marathon Battery
SMS Instruments (Deer
Park)
GE Wiring Devices
Upjohn Manufacturing Co.
Region 3
Harvey-Knott Drum
Bendix
Henderson Road
Tysons Dump
L.A. Clarke & Sons
L.A. Clarke & Sons
Leetown Pesticide
Ordnance Works
Disposal
Bloremnediat ion
Bioremediat ion
Soil washing
Chemical Treatment
Bioremediat ion
Thermal Desorpt ion
Bloremedlat ion
Insitu Soil Flushing
Vacuum Extraction
DE Vacuum Extraction
PA Bioremediation
PA In situ Soil Flushing
PA In situ Vitrification
VA Vacuum Extraction
VA Vacuum Extraction
WV Bioremediation
WV
Bloremnedlation
Vacuum Extraction
Soil Washing
SITE NAME _____
Region 4
American Creosote Works
(Pensacola>
Brown Wood Preserving
Cope Fear Wood
Preserving
Palmetto Wood
Preserving
Wamchem
Region 5
Galesburg/Koppers IL
Outboard Marine/
Waukegan Harbor
Seymour Recycling
Ninth Avenue Dump
MIDCO I
Seymour Recycling
Cliff/Dow DLsi
U.S. Aviex
lonia City Landfill
Kysor Industrial
Verona Well Field
Burlington Northern
(Railroad Tie Treating
Plant)
Joslyn Manufacturing Nil
& Supply Co.
Long Prairie
United Scrap Lemd/SIA
TECHNOLOGY SITE NAME
Region 2 (continued )
TECHNOLOGY
MA
NA
MA
MA
MA
MA
NA
ME
HE
ME
STATE
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
PR
PR
STATE
FL
FL
NC
SC
SC
Thermal Oesorption
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
IL
IN
IN
IN
IN
HI
Mt
HI
MI
MI
MN
NJ
NJ
MM
OH
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TABLE 1 (Continued)
EPA REGIOHAL SIJIIARY FOR INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
TECHNOLOGY SITE NAME STATE TECHNOLOGY SITE NAME
Region 5 (continued) Region 8
Vacuum Extraction Miami County OH Vacuum Extraction Sand Creek Industrial CO
Incinerator
Bioremediation Burlington Northern MT
Vacuum Extraction Pristine OH (Somers Plant)
Vacuum Extraction Wausau Groundwater WI Bioremediation Libby Ground Water MT
Contamination Contamination
Region 6 Region 9
Bioremediation Old Inger Oil Refinery LA Vacuum Extraction Motorola 52nd Street AZ
Bioremediation AT&SFfCtovis NM Vacuum Extraction Phoenix-Goodyear AZ
Airport Area
Vacuum Extraction South Valley/Edmunds NM
Bioremediation Koppers (Orovilte CA
Bioremed lation French Limited TX Plant)
Bioremediation North Cavalcade Street TX Soil Washing Koppers (Oroville CA
Pt ant)
Bioremediation Sheridan Disposal TX
Services Vacuum Extraction Fairchild/Intel FY89 CA
Chemical Extraction United Creosoting TX Vacuum Extraction Fairchild/Raytheon CA
Chemical Treatment Sot Lynn/Industrial TX Vacuum Extraction Fairchild CA
T ransformers Semi conduc tor/MTV- I
In situ Soil Flushing South Cavalcade Street TX Vacuum Extraction FairchiLd CA
Semi conductor/MT V-Il
Soil Washing Koppers/Texarkena TX
Vacuum Extraction Fairchild Semiconductor CA
Soil Washing South Cavalcade Street TX (San Jose)
Vacuum Extraction IBM (San Jose) CA
Region 7
Bioremediation Vogel Paint & Wax IA Region 10
Vacuum Extraction Hastings Groundwater* NE In situ Soil Flushing United Chrome Products OR
Contamination
In situ Vitrification Northwest Transformer WA
Vacuum Extraction Hastings Groundwater* NE (Mission Pole)
Contamination
Vacuum Extraction Hastings Groundwater* NE
Contamination
* Different operable units at the same site.
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January, 1991
SECTION 2.0
PROJECT STATUS SUMMARY BY INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
This section contains a table summarizing the implementation
status of innovative technologies selected or used at NPL sites. At
six sites cleanup work using innovative technologies has been
completed, and at an additional nine sites the technologies are
operational. For two technologies (chemical extraction and soil
washing), work has only progressed to the design stage.
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TABLE 2
PROJECT STATUS S*MMARY BY INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
BIOREMEDIAT ION
Iron Horse Park, 01, MA
FAA Technical Center, 02, NJ
L.A. Clarke & Sons, 03, VA
Leetown PestIcide, 03, WV
Ordnance Works Disposal, 03, WV
American Creosote Works, 04, FL
(Pensacola)
Brown Wood Preserving, 04, FL
Burlington Northern, 05, MN
(Railroad Tie Treating Plant)
CLiff/Dow Dump, 05, MI
Gal esburg/Koppers, 05, II
Joslyn Manufacturing, 05, MN
and Supply Company
Seymour RecycLing, 05. IN
AT&SF/Clovis, 06, NM
French Limited, 06, TX
North Cavalcade Street, 06, TX
Old Inger Oil Refinery. 06, LA
Sheridan DisposaL, 06, TX
Services
VogeL Paint & Wax, 07, IA
Burlington Northern, 08. MT
(Somers Plant)
Libby Ground Water, 08, MT
Contamination
STATUS CHEMICAL EXTRACTION
0
D
0
D
D
0
PD
PD
0
C
D
D
D
D
D
0
STATUS
0
0
0
PD
PD
D
0
0
C
0
0
D
0
PD
D
U
D
D
0
0
IN SITU VITRIFICATION STATUS
Ionla City LandfilL, 05, MI D
Northwest Transformer, 10, WA D
(Mission Pole)
SOIL WASHING
Ewan Property, 02, NJ
Vineland ChemicaL, 02, NJ
Cape Fear Wood PreservIng, 04, NC
United Scrap Lead/SIA, 05, OH
Koppers/Texarkana, 06, TX
South CavaLcade Street, 06, TX
Koppers (Orovitte Plant), 09, CA
THERMAL OESORPT ION
Cannon, 01, MA
Engineering/Plymouth
McKin, 01, ME
Ottati & Goss, 01, NH
Re-Solve, 01, HA
Caldwell Trucking, 02, NJ
FuLton TerminaLs, 02, NY
Marathon Battery, 02, NY
Metaltec/Aerosystems, 02, NJ
Reich Farms, 02, NJ
SMS Instru.xnents, 02, NY
(Deer Park)
Waldick Aerospace Devices, 02, NJ
* Number following site name refers to the EPA Region.
C = CompLeted, 0 In Design, I Being Installed, 0 OperatIonal, PD = Pre-design
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Norwood PCBs, 01, MA
OConnor, 01, HE
Pinettes SaLvage Yard, 01, ME
Ewan Property, 02, NJ
GE Wiring Devices, 02, PR
United Creosoting, 06, TX
CHEMICAL TREATMENT
0
0
Re-Solve, 01, MA
Wide Beach DeveLopment, 02, NY
Palmetto Wood Preserving, 04, SC
SoL Lynn/IndustriaL, 06, TX
Transformers
IN SITU SOIL FLUSHING
Byron Barrel & Drum, 02, NY
Goose Farm, 02, NJ
Lipari Landfill, 02, NJ
VineLand ChemicaL, 02, NJ
Harvey-Knott Drum, 03, DE
L.A. Clarke & Sons, 03, VA
Ninth Avenue Dump, 05, IN
U.S. Aviex, 05, MI
South Cavalcade Street, 06, IX
United Chrome Products, 10. OR
PD
PD
0
D
D
0
0
C
C
C
D
0
PD
PD
0
0
0
D
Koppers (OroviLte Plant), 09, CA
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January, 1991
TABLE 2 (Continued)
PROJECT STATUS SIJIMARY BY INNOVATIVE TECIjMOLOGY*
THERMAL DESORPTIOH (Continued )
Wamchem, 04, SC
Outboard Narine/Waukegan, 05, II
Harbor
VACUUM EXTRACTION
Grovetand WelLs, 01, MA
Keltogg-Oeering WeLl, 01, CT
Field
South Municipal Water, 01, NH
Supply Welt
Tinkham Garage, 01, NH
Welts G&H, 01. MA
FAA TechnicaL Center, 02, NJ
Upjohn Manufacturing Co., 02, PR
Bendix, 03, PA
Henderson Road, 03, PA
Tysons Duirp, 03, PA
Kysor Industrial, 05, MI
Long Prairie, 05, MN
MIDCO I, 05, IN
Miami County Incinerator, 05, OH
Pristine, 05, OH
Seymour Recycling, 05, IN
Verona Welt FieLd, 05, MI
STATUS VACUUM EXTRACTION (Continued )
Wauseu Groundwater, 05, WI
Contamination
South Vat tey/Echiunds, 06, MM
Hastings Groundwater, 07, WE
Containi nation
Hastings Groundwater, 07, WE
Contarni net ion
Hastings Groundwater, 07, WE
Contamination
Sand Creek Industrial, 08, CO
Fairchild Semiconductor, 09, CA
(San Jose)
Fairchild, 09, CA
Semi conductor/MTV- I
Fairchild, 09, CA
Semi conductor/MT V-Il
Fairchild/Intel, 09, CA
Fairchild/Raytheon, 09, CA
IBM (San Jose), 09, CA
Motorola 52nd Street, 09, AZ
Phoenix-Goodyear Airport, 09, AZ
Area
PD
PD
PD
PD
0
0
* Number folLowing site name refers to the EPA Region.
C CompLeted, 0 = In Design. I = Being Installed, 0 Operational. PD Pre-des ign
STATUS
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
D
0
0
0
D
0
0
D
C
0
PD
0
0
0
0
PD
PD
0
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January, 1991
SECTION 3.0
DETAILED SITE INFORMATION
BY INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
This section contains a table that provides detailed project
information for cacti innovative treatment technology. The table
includes information on the specific technology, site category,
media, key contaminants, lead treatment contractor, and contact
names and phone numbers. Also provided are dates for Records
of Decision (RODs). The technologies and sites are listed in the
same order as in Table 2.0.
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TABLE 3
flETAIIED SITE INFORMATION BY TECHNOLOGY January,
Bioremediation
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Guantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Iron Horse Park, MA, 01
(09/15/88)
Land Treatment
IndustriaL
CompLex &
RaiLyard
Wastes
Sludge, Soil
(28,000 cy
coai,ined)
Petrolei.sn Hydrocarbons,
BTEX, and PAHs
In Design
PRP Lead; ENSR
Don McElroy
617-223-5518
FTS 883-1518
FAA Technical Center,
NJ - Area D, 02
(09/26/89)
Also see Vacu n
Extraction
In situ gw
Bioremedlation
Jet Fuel Farm
gw
BTX, PAHs
(Naphthalene), and
Phenols
In Design
PRP Lead
Carte Struble
212-264-4595
FTS 264-4595
Keith Buch (FAA)
609-486-6644
L.A. Clarke & Sons, VA,
03
(03/31/88)
Also see In situ Soil
Flushing
On-site
Bioremediation -
Type to be
Determined
Wood
Preserving
Soil (73,700
cy),
Sediments
(45,300 cy)
Creosote, PAHs, and
Benzene
In Design
PRP Lead
Gene Wingert
215-597-1727
FTS 597-1727
Leetown Pesticide, WV,
03
(03/31/86)
On-site
Bioremediation -
Type to be
Determined
Pesticide
Storage and
Disposal
Soil (3,600
cy)
DOT and Lindane
In Design;
Treatabil lty
studies
unsuccessfuL;
reevaluating
remedial
action
Fund Lead
Andy Potestini
215-597-1286
FTS 597-1286
Ordnance Works
Disposal, WV, 03
(09/29/89)
Land Treatment
Chemical
FormuLation
Soil (13,460
cy)
PAHs
In Design
PRP Lead
Bonnie Gross
215-597-9023
FTS 597-9023
American Creosote
Works, Pensacola, FL,
04, (09/28/89)
Slurry Phase for
fines from soil
washing
Wood
PreservIng
Fines from
23,000 cy of
soil
Creosote, PANs, PCP,
Dioxins
In Design;
full-scale
unit pLanned
for_FY92
Fund Lead
Natalie Etlington
404-347-2643
FTS 257-2643
Brown Wood
Preserving, FL, 04
(04/08/88)
Land Treatment

Wood
Preserving
Soil (7.500
cy)
Creosote end PANs
Operational;
field work
almost
compLeted
PRP Lead;
Remedlation
Technology
Martha Berry -
404-347-2643
FTS 257-2643
Gatesburg/Koppers, IL,
05 (06/30/89)
Land Treatment
Wood
Preserving
Soil (15,200
cy)
Creosote, PAH, Phenols,
and PCP
Pre-design
PRP Lead/
Stole Enforcement
Brad Bradley
312-886-4742
FTS_886-4742
Note: Concentrations listed are maximtsns. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 CCoritir*ied) January, 1991
Bioremediation
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Se inour Recycling, IN,
05 (09/30/87)
ALso see Vacuum
Extraction
In situ Soil
Bicremediation
Chemical
Waste
Management
end
Incineration
Soil (156,000
cy)
PetroLeum Hydrocarbons,
BTEX, end Various SVOCs
One-month
appLication
of nutrients
completed
Sumner 1990
PRP Lead; AQO
(Boston)
Jeff Gore
312-886-6747
FTS 886-4747
CL 1ff/Dow Dump, MI, 05
(09/27/89)
Excavation/On-site
Bioremediation
Type to be
Determined
In situ Soil and
gw Bloreinedietion
Waste
Disposal for
CharcoaL
Manufactur-
ing PLant
Soil (9,200
cy)
gw
Tar, PAHs, BTX, PCE,
and Phenol
81K, PAHs, and Phenols
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Lida Ten
312-886-1842
FTS 886-1862
Burlington Northern
(Railroad Tie Treating
Plant), MN, 05
(06/04/86)
Land Treatment
Wood
Preserving
Soil (9,500
cy), Sludge
(9,600 cy)
Creosote, PAH6, Phenols
Remedial
action
underway;
wiLL be
operational
for 2-3 more
years
PRP Lead; Retec
Amy Bluitherg
312-353-9306
FTS 886-9306
Todd Goeks (MN)
612-296-7710
Rich Truax (Retec)
303-493-3700
Old Inger Oil Refinery,
LA, 06 (09/25/84)
Land Treatment
Oil Refining
& Waste OIL
Reclamation
Soil (150,000
cy),
Waste oil and
sludge
(800,000 gaL
combined)
Petroleum Hydrocarbons,
Benzerie, EthyLbenzene,
and Metals
Installation
underway;
wilL be
operational
4/91
Fund lead;
Westinghouse Haztech
Paul Sierninski
214-655-6710
FTS 255-6710
Sheridan Disposal
Services, TX, 06
(12/29/88)
Slurry-Phase
B loremediation
(Tank
Bioreniediation)
Conriercial
Waste
Disposal
Soil (13,000
cy), Sludge
(31,000 cy),
Oil/emulsion
(300 cy)
8en ene, Toluene
(36,600 ppn sludge),
PCBs, and Phenols
In Design
PRP Lead
Ruth Israeli
214-655-6735
FTS 255-6735
North CavaLcade Street,
TX, 06 (06/28/88)
Excavation/On-site
B loremediat ion-
Type to be
Determined (Slurry
phase or modified
lend treatment)
Wood
Preserving
Soil (22,300
cy)
Creosote, PAH5, and BTX
In Design
State Lead/Fund
Financed
Deborah GriswoLd
214-655-6715
FTS 255-6715
Lewis Rogers (TX)
512-463-8188
French Limited, TX, 06
(03/24/88)
In situ Lagoon
Bioremediation
Petrochemi-
cal
SLudge,
Sediments
(70,100 cy)
BTEX, PARs, Petroleum
Hydrocarbons, and PCBs
(616 mg/kg)
In Design
PRP lead
Judith Black
214-655-6735
FTS 255-6735
Note: Concentrations listed are maxini ns. Contacts Listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) January, 1991
Bioremediation
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Joslyn Manufacturing
end Supply Co., MN, 05
(ROD Planned)
Land Treatment
Wood
Preserving
Soil (75,000
cy)
PAH5, PCP
Operational
since 8/89;
scheduled
completion
end of 1991
PRP Lead/State
Enforcement; ECOVA
Cliff Twaroski
(MN)
612-296-7827
Kevin Turner
312-886-6644
FTS 886-6644
Atchison/Santo Fe/
Clovis, NM, 06
(09/23/88)
In situ Soil
Bioremed lotfon
Railyard
Wastes
(IndustriaL
Wastewater)
Soil, sludges
(28,599 cy
combined)
Phenols, Petroleum
Hydrocarbons, Diesel,
Arsenic, Chromium, and
Lead
Construction
underway;
operational
in June 1991
PRP Lead; Radian
Susan Webster
214-655-6730
FTS 255-6730
Vogel Paint & Wax, IA,
07 (09/25/89)
Land Treatment
Paint
Manufacturing
Wastes
Soil (3,000
cy)
BIEX arid PAHs
In Design
PRP Lead!
State Enforcement
Steve Jones
913-551-7755
FTS 276-7755
Libby Ground Water
Contamination, liT, 08
(12/30/88)
Land Treatment
(soil, sediments)
In situ Soil
Bioremediation
In situ gw
Bioremediation
Wood
Preserving
Soil,
Sediments,
(30.000 cy
combined)
gw
Creosote, PCP, Beniene,
PAHs, and Dioxin
Creosote, Benzene,
PARs, PCP, and Oil
Land
treatment:
in design,
operating by
sumner 1991
In situ gw
and Soil: in
design
PRP Lead
Julie Dalsoglio
406-449-5414
FTS 585-5414
Scott Ruling
(RSKERL)
405-332-2313
FTS 743-2313
Burlington Northern
(Somers Plant), MT, 08
(09/27/89)
Land Treatment
In situ gw
B ioremedi at Ion
Wood
Preserving
Soil,
Sediments
(11,700 cy
combined)
gw
Creosote, PARs, PhenoL,
and Zinc
In Design;
operational
in 1992
PRP Lead
Jim Harris
406-449-5414
FTS 585-5414
Koppers (Oroville
Plant), CA, 09
(09/13/89)
Also see Soil Washing
In situ Soil
Bioreinediation
Wood
Preserving
Soil (110,000
cy)
PCP, Creosote, PARs,
BIX, Dioxin, Arsenic,
and Chromium
In Design
PRP Lead
Fred Schauffter
415-744-2365
FTS 485-2365
Note: Concentrations Listed are maxinuns. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) Jarijary. 1991
Chemical Extraction
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Norwood PCBs, MA, 01
(09/29/89)
Solvent Extraction
Industrial
Waste Dumping
Soil (28,000
cy)
PCB and VOCs (ICE,
Trichlorobenzene)
In Design
Fund
Lead/Negotiation
Jane Downing
617-573-5730
FTS_833-1708
O Connor, ME, 01
(09/27/69)
Solvent Extraction
Salvage &
Electrical
Transformer
Recycling
Soil,
Sediments
(23,500 cy
combined)
PCB and Lead
In Design
Fund
Lead/Negotiation
Mike Jasinski
617-573-5786
FTS 833-1786
Pinettess Salvage Yard,
ME, 01 (05/30/89)
Solvent Extraction
Salvage and
VehicLe
Repair
Soil (2,080
cy)
PCB, VOCs
(Ch torobenzene,
Dichtorobenzerte , and
Trich(orobenzene)
Contract
awarded;
mobili!at lon
scheduled to
begin 4/91
Fund Lead;
Sanivan Group
Ros Gitleland
617-573-5766
FTS 883-1766
Ewan Property. NJ, 02
(09/29/89)
Also see Soil Washing
Solvent Extraction
(followed by Soil
Washing)
Industrial
Waste Dumping
Soil (22,000
cy)
ChLorinated Aliphatic
Organics, Aromatic
Hydrocarbons, and
Metals
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Craig DeBiase
212-264-5393
FTS 264-5393
GE Wiring Devices, PR,
02 (09/30/88)
Ilydrometalturgical
Treatment
Wiring
Services
Facility
SoiL (5,500
cy)
Mercury
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Doug Tooichuk
212-264-7508
FTS 264-7508
United Creosoting, TX,
06 (09/29/89)
Critical Fluid
ExtractIon
Wood
Preserving
Soil (67,250
cy)
PANs, PCP, and Dioxin
In Design
State Leach
Fund Financed
Deborah Griswold
214-655-6715
ETS 255-6715
Paul Cravens (TX)
512-463-8182
Note: Concentrations listed are maximums. contacts Listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) January, 1991
Chemical Treatment
Site Name, State 1
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Re-Solve, MA, 01
(09/24/87)
Also see Thermal
Desorption
Dechlorination of
Residuals from
Thermal Desorption
Chemical
Reclamation
Facility
Residuals
from Thermal
Desorption of
22,500 cy of
sot I
PCBs
In Design
PRP Lead!
Mixed Funding:
Chemical Waste
Management, Inc.
Lorenzo Thanto
617-223-5500
FTS 883-1500
Wide Beach Development.
NY, 02 (09/30/85)
APEG
DechLorination
Contaminated
Road Dust,
Driveways,
and Ditches
Soil (20.000
cy)
PCBs
Operational;
scheduled
compLetion
6/91
Fund
Lead/Negotiation;
Soil Tech, inc.
Herb King
212-264-1129
FTS 264-1129
Palmetto Wood
Preserving, SC. 04
(09/30/87)
Reduction of
Cr(VI) to Cr(IIl)
(FolLowed by
SoLidification)
Wood
Preserving
Soil (12,680
cy)
15,000 mg/kg MetaLs
(Chromiua, Arsenic, and
Copper)
Project
completed;
was
operational
09 28/88 -
02/04/89
Fund
Lead/Negotiation;
Roy F. Weston
AL Cherry
404-347-7791
FTS 257-7791
Sot Lynn/Industrial
Transformers, TX, 06
(03/25/88)
APEG
Dechlorination
Transformer
and SoLvent
Recycler
Soil (2,400
cy)
PCBs
In Design
PRP Lead
John Meyer
214-655-6735
FTS 255-6735
Note: Concentrations listed are niaxim sns. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) Jai*iary, 1991
In situ Soil Flushing
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD_Date)
Specific
Technology
Sire
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Byron Barrel & Driin,
NY, 02 (09129189)
In situ Soil
FlushIng
Uncontrolled
Dump Site and
Landfill
Soil (5,200
cy)
VOCs (BTX, PCE, and
TCE), PANs, Phenol, and
Dioxin
In Design
PRP Lead
Eduardo Gonzales
212-264-5714
FTS 264-5714
Goose Farm, NJ, 02
(09/27/85)
In situ Soil
Flushing
Uncontrolled
Dump Site
Soil (15,500
cy)
960 mg/kg VOCs
(Toluene, Ethylbenzene,
Dichloromethane, and
ICE), SVOCs, PCB5, and
PAHs
In Design
PRP Lead
Laura Lombardo
212-264-6787
FTS 264-6787
____________________
Lipari Landfill, NJ, 02
(09/30/85)
In situ Soil
Flushing
Comerciat
Dump Site
Soil (650,000
cy)
257 mg/kg VOCS
(Benzene, DCA,
Dichloromethene, and
Toluene), Phenol, and
Metals (Chromium,
Nickel, Lead, and
Mercury)
Operational;
scheduled
completion
7/91
Fund
Lead/Negotiation;
C OE/BECTEL
Fred Cateneo
212-264-9542
FIS 264-9542
Vineland Chemical, NJ,
02 (09/29/89)
Also see SoiL Washing
In situ Soil
Flushing
Pesticide
Manufacturing
Soil (126,000
cy)
1,921 mg/kg Arsenic,
and 399 mg/kg VOCs
(Dichloroinethane)
Pre-ciesign
Fund Lead
Matthew Westgate
212-264-3406
FTS 264-3406
Harvey-Knott Drum, DE,
03 (09/30/85)
In situ Soil
Flushing
Uncontrolled
Dump Site for
Paint Solvent
Soil,
Sediment
(80,500 cy)
10,400 mg/kg VOCs
(Benzene, Ethylbenzene,
Hethyleno Chloride, and
Dichloromethane), and
SVOCs
EBIs(2-Ethylhexyl)
phtha late)
In Design:
Reevaluating
Alternative
PRP Lead
Paula Retzler
215-597-1113
FTS 597-1113
L.A. Clarke & Sons, VA,
03 (03/31/88)
Also see
Bioreniediation
In situ Soil
Flushing
Wood
Preserving
Soil (6,000
cy)
Creosote, PAHs (5,000
mg/kg-Soil, 18
mg/kg-Sediments), and
Benzene
In Design
PRP Lead
Eugene Wingert
215-597-1727
FTS 597-1727
Ninth Avenue Dump, IN,
05 (06/30/89)
In situ Soil
Flushing
Comnercial
Dump Site
Soil (64,000
cy)
VOCs IBTEX, ICE (1,500
mg/kg)), PANS, Phenols,
Lead, PCBs, and Total
Metals (1.4 mg/kg)
In Design
PRP Lead
Alison Hiltner
312-353-6417
FTS 353-6417
U.S. Aviex, MI, 05
(09/07/88)
In situ Soil
Flushing
Chemical
Packaging
Facility
Soil (11,500
cy)
37 mg/kg VOCs (Carbon
TetrachLorlde, OCA,
Ethylbenzene, PCE, ICE,
Toluene, TCA, Freon,
Xylene, and Chloroform)
In Design
PRP lead
Robert Whippo
312-886-4759
FTS 886-4759
Note: Concentrations listed are maxinuns. Contacts listed are EPA regionaL staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) January, 1991
In situ Soil Flushing
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts!
Phone
South Cavalcade Street,
TX, 06
(09/26/88)
Also see Soil Washing
In situ Soil
flushing
Wood
Preserving &
Coal Tar
Distillation
Soil (10,500
cy)
PAils (8,567 mg/kg)
In Design
PRP Lead
Mark Fite
214-655-6715
FTS 255-6715
United Chrome Products,
OR, 10 (09/12/86)
In situ Soil
FLushing
Chrome
Plating
Facility
Soil
(quantity not
available)
162,580 mg/kg ChromiLtn
Operational
since 8/88
Fund Lead
Loren McPhllllps
206-553-4903
FTS 399-4903
Note: Concentrations listed are maximiins. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) Jarmiary, 1991
In situ Vitrification
Site Name, State,
Region
CR00_Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
lonia City Landfill,
MI, 05 (09/29/89)
In situ
VItrification
Municipal
Landfill
Sot P., Debris
(5,000 cy
coabined)
VOC5 (Methylene
Chloride, Styrene,
Totuene, 1-1-1
Trichloroethane), and
Lead
In Design
PRP Lead
Michael Gifford
312-886-7257
FTS 886-7257
Northwest Transformer
(Mission Pole), WA, 10
(09/15/89)
In situ
Vitrification
PCB Storage
and Recycling
Operations
SoIl (1,200
cy)
PCBs
In Design
PRP Lead
Christine Psyk
206-553-6519
FTS 399-6519
Note: Concentrations listed are inaximt.,ns. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TARLE 3 (Continued) JarSiary, 1991
Soil Washing
Site Home, State,
Region
(ROD_Dote)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Ewan Property, NJ, 02
(09/29/89)
Also see Chemical
Extraction
Soil Washing
(preceded by
Chemical
Extraction)
industrial
Waste Duiping
SoIL (22,000
cy)
Chlorinated ALiphatic
Organics, Aromatic
Hydrocarbons, and
Metals
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Craig DeBlase
212-264-5393
FTS 264-5393
VineLend Chemical, NJ,
02 (09/29/89)
ALso see In situ Soil
Flushing
Soil Washing
Pesticide
ManufacturIng
Sediments
(62,600 cy)
Arsenic
Pre-design
Fund Lead
Matthew Westgate
212-264-3406
FTS 264-3406
Cape Fear Wood
Preserving, NC, 04
(06130/89)
Soil Washing
Wood
Preserving
Soil (22,000
cy)
Creosote, PAHs, Copper,
Chromium, and Arsenic
In Design
Fund Lead
John Oornholm
604-347-7791
FTS 257-7791
United Scrap Lead/SIA ,
OH, 05 (09/30/88)
Soil Washing
Lead Battery
Recycling
Soil (45,000
cy),
Sediments
(65,550 cy)
Lead and Arsenic
In Design
Fund
Lead/Negotiation;
Corps of
Engineers/Bureau of
Mines
Anita Boseman
312-886-6941
FTS 886-6941
Koppers/Texarkana, TX,
06 (09/23/88)
SoiL Washing
Wood
Preserving
SoiL (19,600
cy)
PAHs and PCP
in Design
PRP Lead
Ursula Lennox
214-655-6735
FIS_255-6735
South Cavalcade Street,
TX, 06
(09/26/88)
Also see In situ Soil
Flushing
Soil Washing
Wood
Preserving &
Coal Tar
Distillation
Soil (19,500
cy)
PAHs
In Design
PRP Lead
Mark Fite
214-655-6715
FTS 255-6715
Koppers (Oroville
Plant), CA, 09
(09/13/89)
ALso see -
Bioremediat ion
Soil Washing
Wood
Preserving
Soil,
Sediments
(200,000 cy
co4thined)
PANs, PCP, and Dioxin
In Design
PRP Lead
Fred Schauffler
415-744-2365
FIS 484-2365
Note: Concentrations Listed are maximums. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) January. 1991
Thermal Desorption
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Cannon Engineering/
Bridgewater, MA, 01
(03/31/88)
Thermal Aeration
ChemicaL
Waste
HandLing,
Storage, &
Incineration
FaciLity
Soil (11,330
cy)
VOCs (Benzene, ICE, and
Vinyl Chloride)
Project
completed;
was
operationaL
5/90 - 10/90
PRP Lead; Canonie
Engineering
Den Coughtin
617-573-1742
FTS 833-1742
McKin , ME, 01
(07/22/85)
.
ThermaL Aeration
Waste
Storage,
Transfer,
Disposal
Facility
Soil (11,376
cy)
VOCs (TCE, BTX)
Project
completed;
was
operationaL
7/86 - 2/87
PRP Lead; Canonle
Engineering
Sheila Eckman
617-573-5784
FTS 833-1764
Ottati & Goss, NH, 01
(01 116/87)
Thermal Aeration
Drum
Recondition-
ing Facility
Soil (16,000
cy)
VOCs (ICE, PCE,
1,2DCA, and Benzene)
Project
compLeted;
was
operational
6/89 - 9/89
PRP Lead; Cenonle
Engineering
Stephen Calder
617-573-9626
FTS 833-1626
Re-Solve, MA, 01
(09124/87)
Also see Chemical
Treatment
Rotary Thermal
Desorber
Chemical
Reclamation
Facility
Soil (22,500
cy)
PCBs
In Design
PRP Lead/
Mixed Funding
Lorenzo Thontu
617-223-5500
FTS 883-1500
Caldwetl Trucking, NJ,
02 (09/25/86)
Low Temperature
VaporizatIon
Unpermitted
Septic Waste
Facility
SoIL (20,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, end
TCA)
In Design
Fund Lead
Ed Finrierty
212-266-3555
FTS 266-3555
Futton Terminals, NY,
02 (09/29/89)
Low Temperature
Thermal Treatment
Former Waste
Tank Farm
SoiL (4,000
cy)
VOCs (Xylene, Styrene,
ICE, Ethylbenzene,
Toluene) and PARs
(Pyrene. Naphthalene,
Phenanthrene, and
2-Methylnaphthalene)
VOCs (PCE, Toluene, and
TCE)
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Christos Tsiarnls
212-264-5713
FTS 266-5713
Marathon Battery, NY,
02 (09/30/88)
Enhanced
Volatilization
Former
Battery
Manufacturer
Soil (85,000
cy)
Pro-design
Fund Lead
Pam Tames
212-264-1036
FTS 264-1036
MetaLtec/Aerosystems,
NJ, 02 (06/30/86)
Low Temperature
Thermal Treatment
Metal
Manufacturing
SoiL (8,000
cy)
TCE, other Chlorinated
Organics, and Copper
In Design
Fund Lead
Ron Rusin
212-264-1873
FIS 264-1873
Note: Concentrations Listed are max lmtmis. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) January, 1991
Thermal Desorption
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD_Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Reich Farms, NJ, 02
(09/30188)
Enhanced
Volatitization
Uncontrot ted
Waste
Disposal
Soil (1.120
cy)
VOCS and Semivotatites
In Design
PRP Lead
Gary Adamkiewicz
212-264-7592
FTS 264-7592
SMS Instruments (Deer
Park), N , 02
(09/29189)
In situ Steam
StrippIng
Military
Aircraft
Component
Overhauter
Soil (1,250
cy)
SoLvents (ICE, XyLene,
Ethylbenzene, and
Ch torobenzene)
In Design
Fund Lead
abram Fayon
212-264-4706
FTS 264-4706
Waldick Aerospace
Devices. NJ. 02
(09/29/87)
In situ Hot Air
Stripping
Manufacturing
and
Etectroplot-
Ing of Plane
Parts
Soil (2,500
cy)
TCE, PCE, Cyanide, and
Metals
In Design;
estimated
design
completion
12/92
Fund Lead
Larry Granite
212-264-7668
FTS 264-7668
Warechem, Sc, 04
(06/30/88)
Low Teri erature
ThermaL Treatment
Former Dye
Production &
Solvent
Recovery/
Recycling
Facility
Soil (2.000
cy)
SIX arid SVOCs
(Naphthalene)
In Design
PRP Lead
George Reedy
404-347-7791
FTS 247-7791
Outboard
Marine/Waukegon Harbor,
II, 05
(03/31/89)
Low Temperature
ThermaL Extraction
(Taciuk Process)
Marine
Products
Manufacturing
Soil,
Sediments
(16,000 cy
combined)
PCBs
In Design
PRP Lead; Canonie
Engineering
Cindy Nolan
312-886-0400
FTS 8860400
Note: Concentrations listed are maximums. Contacts listed are EPA regionaL staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (ContInued) January, 1991
Vacuum Extraction
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
ContactsF
Phone
Groveland Wells, MA, 01
(09/30/88)
Vapor Extraction
Manufacturing
Soil (19.000
cy)
VOCs (ICE and methylene
chloride)
In Design
PRP Lead
Bob Leger
617-573-5734
ETS 833-1734
Kellogg-Deerlng Well
Field, CT. 01
(09/29/89)
Vacui.n Extraction
Municipal
landfilL
Soil
(quantity not
availabLe)
VOCs (ICE, PCE, and
BTX)
In Design
Fund
Lead/Negotiation
Leslie HcVickar
617-573-9689
FTS 833-1689
South Municipal Water
Supply WelL, NH, 01
(09/27/89)
Vocuiiii Extraction
Corrinercial
Manufacturing
Soil (7,500
cy)
VOCs (PCE, TCA, and
TCE)
In Design
PRP Lead
Roger Duwart
617-573-9620
FTS 833-1620
Tinkhnm Garage. NH, 01
(09/30/86)
Vacuum Extraction
Uncontrolled
Dump Site
Soil (9,000
cy)
VOC8 (Benzene.
ChLoroform, DCE, PCE,
TCE, and Vinyl
Chloride)
In Design
PRP Lead;
Terra Vac
Diana King
617-573-9676
FTS 883-1676
Wells G&H, HA, 01
(09/14/89)
In situ
Volatilization
Uncontrolled
Dump Site
Soil (7,400
cy)
VOCs (PCE and TCE)
In Design
PRP Lead
Barbara Newman
6175735736
FTS_883-1736
FAA Technical Center,
NJ, 02 (09/26/89)
Also see Sioremediation
Vacuum Extraction
Jet Fuel
(JP4) Spilt
Soil (33,000
cy)
BTEX, PAH,
Ch(orophenol, Phenol,
Lead, and Chromium
In Design
PRP Lead
Carla Struble
212-264-4595
FTS 264-4595
Keith Buch (FAA)
609-486-6644
Upjohn Manufacturing
Co., PR, 02 (09/30/88
for gw; treatment
completed prior to ROD)
Vacuum Extraction
Industrial
FacIlity,
Chemical Leak
SoIL
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (carbon
tetrachloride and
acetonitriLe)
Project
completed;
was
operational,
late 1984 -
to 3/88
PRP Lead; Terra Vac
Alison Hess
212-264-6040
FTS 264-6040
_________________________
Bendix, PA, 03
(09/30/88)
Vacuum Extraction
Aircraft
Manufacturing
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (TCE, Toluene,
Vinyl Chloride, DCE,
and Carbon
Tetrochloride), and
SVOCs
In Design
PRP Lead
Humane Zia
215-597-1713
FTS 597-7713
Henderson Road, PA, 03
(06/30/88)
In situ
Volatilization
(Tentative)
Injection
Well
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (BTEX,
Chlorobenzenes, DCA,
and 1,1,1-TCA)
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Gerallyn yalta,
Ruth Rzepskl
215-597-8186
FTS_597-8186
Tysons Dump, PA, 03
(03/31/B8)
Vacuum Extraction
ComerciaL
Surface
Impoundment
SoiL (30,000
cy)
VOCs (Benzene, Toluene,
ICE. PCE, and
Trichloropropane)
Operational
since 11/88
PRP lead; Terra Vac
Eugene Dennis
215-597-8555
FTS 597-8555
Note: Concentrations listed are maximums. Contacts Listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) Jarmiary, 1991
Vacuum Extraction
Site Maine, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Kysor Industrial, MI,
05 (09/29/89)
Vacuum Extraction
Truck Parts
Manufacturing
Soil (13,200
cy)
VOCs (XyLene, Toluene,
Ethylbenzene, and TCE)
In Design
Fund
Lead/Negotiation
Fishbeck, Thotison,
arid_Carr_Huber
Mary L. Gustafson
312-886-6144
FIS 886-6144
Long Prairie, MN, 05
(06/27/88)
Vacuum Extraction
Dry Cleaning
FaciLity
Soil (3,600
cy)
VOCs (OCE, PCE, TCE,
and Vinyl Chloride)
In Design
State Lead/Fund
Financed
Kevin Turner
312-886-4444
FTS 886-4444
MIOCO I, IN, 05
(06/30/89)
Vapor Extraction
ConinerciaL
Dtirp Site
Soil (12,400
cy)
VOCs (BIX, TCE,
Phenol,
Dichloromethane,
2-Butanone, and
Chloroben ene) , PANs,
and_SVOCs
In Design
PRP Lead
Richard Boice
312-886-4740
ETS 886-4740
Miami County
Incinerator, OH, 05
(06/30/89)
Vapor Extraction
Municipal
Landfill and
Surface
I mpoundrnent
Soil (98,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, and
Totuene)
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Anthony Rutter
312-886-8961
US 886-8961
Pristine, OH, 05
(12/31/87)
Vapor Extraction
Coernerciat
Dulrp Site
Soil (36,720
cy)
VOCs (Benzene,
Chloroform, 1-2 DCA, 1-
2 DCE, Trichloroethene
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Thomas Alcanio
312-886-7278
US 886-7278
Seymour Recycling, IN,
05 (09/30/87)
Also see
Bioremediation
Vacuum Extraction
Chemical
Waste
Management &
Incineration
Soil (154,000
cy)
VOCs (TCA. Carbon
Tetrachloride, PCE,
Benzene, Vinyl
Chloride, Chtoroethane,
and TCE)
InstalLation
underway;
will be
operational
Spring 1991
PRP lead;
Canonie Environment
Jeff Gore
312-886-4747
FIS 886-4747
Verona Well Field, MI,
05 (08/12/85)
Vacuum Extraction
Railroad
Paint Shop,
Solvent
Reclaim lng/
Distribution
Soil (35,000
cy)
VOCs (Dichloromethane ,
Chloroform, Carbon
Tetrach(oride, OCA,
TCA, Vinyl Chloride,
BTEX) and Naphthalene
Operational
since 3/8.8
Fund
Lead/Negotiation;
Terra Vac
Margaret Guerriero
312-886-0399
FTS 886-0399
Wausau Groundwater
Contamination, WI, 05
(09/29/89)
Vapor Extraction
Bulk Chemical
Distribution,
Machine Shop
Soil (1,300
cy)
TCE, PCE, and OCE
In Design
PRP lead;
Terra Vac
Margaret Guerriero
312-886-0399
FTS 886-0399
South Valley/Ec*nunds,
MM, 06 (09/30/88)
Vapor Extraction
Aircraft
Engine
Manufacturing
Soil (36,000
cy)
VOCs (TCE)
In Design
PRP Lead
Tim Underwood
214-655-6730
FTS 255-6730
Note: Concentrations listed are maximums. Contacts listed are EPA regionaL staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Continued) January, 1991
Vacuum Extraction
Site Name, State,
Region
CR Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts!
Phone
Hastings Groundwater
Contamination, NE, 07
(09/26/89)
Vapor Extraction
Former Grain
Storage Area
(Fsnigants)
Soil
(quantity not
avaiLable)
VOCs (Carbon
Tetrachloride, Ethylene
Dibromide, PCE, TCA,
and Chloroform)
In Design
PRP Lead
Darrel
Soninerhouser
913-551-7052
FTS 276-7052
Hastings Groundwater
Contamination, Colorado
Ave., NE, 07
(09/28/88)
Vapor Extraction
Industrial
Metal
Finishing
Soil (42,700
cy)
VOCs (PCE, TCE, end
TCA)
In Design
PRP Lead
Darrel
SoaTnerhauser
913-551-7052
FTS 276-7052
Hastings Groundwater
Contamination, Far-Mar-
Co, NE, 07
(09/30/86)
Vapor Extraction
Former Grain
Storage Area
(Funigants)
Soil (400 cy)
VOCs (Carbon
Tetrachloricie, Ethylene
Dibromide, PCE, and
TCA)
In Design
PRP Lead
barrel
Sonuierhauser
913-551-7052
FTS 276-7052
Sand Creek Industrial,
CO, 08 (09/29/89)
Vacuiin Extraction
Refinery end
Pesticides
Manufacturing
Soil
(100,000 cy)
VOCs (ICE, PCE,
methytene chloride, end
Chloroform)
Design
coopteted;
wilt install
after Non-
Aqueous Phase
Liquid
addressed
Fund Lead; URS
Brian Pinkoweki
303-293-1512
FTS 330-1512
Fairchild Semiconductor
(san Jose), CA, 09
(03/20/89)
Vapor Extraction
Serniconduc-
tor Manufac-
turing
Facility
Soil (3,400
cy)
VOCs (TCA, Xylenes,
Acetone, Freon, DCE,
end PCE)
Operational
since 1988
PRP Lead/
State Enforcement;
Canonie Environment
Helen McKinley
415-744-2236
FTS 484-2236
Will Bruhns (CA)
415-464-0838
Fairchild
Semiconductor/
MTV-I, CA, 09
(06/09/89)
Vapor Extraction
Semiconduc-
tor Manufac-
turing
Facility,
Metal
Finisher
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (TCE. PCE, Vinyl
Chlorides, DCA, DCE,
and Freon) and Phenol
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Pattie Collins
615-744-2229
FTS 484-2229
Fairchild
Semiconductor/MTV -II,
CA, 09 (06/30/89)
Vapor Extraction
Semiconduc-
tor Manufec-
turing
Facility,
Metal
Finisher
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, Vinyl
Chlorides, OCA, DCE,
and Freon) and Phenol
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Pattie Collins
415-744-2229
FTS 484-2229
Note: concentrations listed are maximuns. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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TABLE 3 (Contirsied) January, 1991
Vacuum Extraction
Site Name, State,
Region
(ROD Date)
Specific
Technology
Site
Category
Media
(Quantity)
Key Contaminants
Treated
Status
Lead; Treatment
Contractor
Contacts/
Phone
Fairchild/Intel. CA, 09
(06/09/89)
Vapor Extraction
Semiconductor
Manufacturing
Foci lity,
Metal
Finisher,
Aircraft
Maintenance
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCS (TCE, PCE, Vinyl
Chlorides, OCA, DCE,
and Freon) and Phenol
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Pattie Collins
415-744-2229
FTS 484-2229
Fairchild/Raytheon, CA,
09 (06/09/89)
Vapor Extraction
Semiconduc-
tor Manufac-
turing
Facility,
Metal
Finisher,
Aircraft
Maintenance
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, Vinyl
ChLorides, DCA, DCE,
and Freon) and Phenol
Pre-design
PRP Lead
Pattie Collins
415-744-2229
FTS 484-2229
IBM (San Jose),
CA, 09 (12/15/88)
(site delisted
10/04/89)
Vapor Extraction
Computer
Manufacturer
Soil (24,000
cy)
VOCs (Xylenes, Acetone,
Freon, isopropyl
alcohol, petroleum
naphtha, and TCA)
Installation
underway;
will be
operational
in 1991
PRP Lead/
State Enforcement;
Terra Vac
Helen McKinley
415-744-2236
ETS 484-2236
Will Bruhns (CA)
415-464-0838
Motorola 52nd Street,
AZ, 09 (09/30/88)
Vapor Extraction
Manufactur-
ing Facility
Soil
(quantity not
available)
VOCs (TCA, TCE, Carbon
Tetrachlorlde, and
Ethylbcnzcne)
In Design
PRP Lead/
State Enforcement
Mike Montgomery
415-744-2396
FTS 484-2360
Don Atkinson (CA)
602-257-6899
Phoenix-Goodyear
Airport Area, AZ, 09
(09/26/89)
Vapor Extraction
Defense-
related
Manufacturing
Facility
Soil (4.390
cy)
VOCs (TCE, PCE, and
Acetone) and Methyl
ethyl ketone
In Design
PRP Lead
Craig Cooper
415-746-2360
FTS 484-2360
Note Concentraflons listed are maximums. Contacts listed are EPA regional staff unless otherwise indicated.
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January, 1991
APPENDIX A
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