Final Asbestos Sampling Plan, Fort Douglas Environmental Investigation/Alternative Analysis
STOLLAR (R L) AND ASSOCIATES INC DENVER CO
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This Asbestos Sampling Plan has been developed to guide an asbestos survey at Fort Douglas, Utah, Figure 1-1 in support of an Environmental InvestigationAlternatives Analysis EIAA. The EIAA is being conducted in support of the closure of approximately 51 acres of Fort Douglas, which was directed by the Base Closure and Realignment Act. The U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency USATHAMA has been assigned the responsibility for centrally managing the Fort Douglas EIAA program. The EIAA is designed to assess hazardous substances which are known or suspected to be present at the site and to evaluate remedial actions which may be necessary to control releases to the environment prior to transfer of Fort Douglas. The closure and realignment of Fort Douglas will result in the reassignment of its functions to other installations. Following closure, approximately 51 acres of the 119-acre installation will be declared as excess property Figure 1-2 for public disposal. The remaining acreage will be retained by the federal government for use as a military Reserve Center.