Soil Vapor Extraction Treatability Investigation Site S within Operable Unit D McClellan Air Force Base. Addendum to the Quality Assurance Project Plan
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CH2M HILL SACRAMENTO CA
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The United States Air Force USAF is conducting a study at the McClellan Air Force Base to assess the nature and extent of contamination resulting from past practices and spills on the base and to plan for the remediation of identified areas of contamination. This project discusses activities related to the treatability investigation to assess the viability and effectiveness of in situ soil vapor extraction SVE as a tool for remediation and recovery at the McClellan AFB. The treatability investigation will include a site characterization study, an in situ air permeability test, and an SVE pilot test. Sampling includes soil borings samples, air permeability testing and SVE pilot testing. Analytical methodology includes identification of volatile organic compounds from canister air sampling.
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- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control