Site Inspection Sampling and Analysis Plan, Bennett Army National Guard Facility, Bennett, Colorado.
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In December 1988, the Defense Secretarys Commission on Base Realignment and Closure released a report which recommended the Bennett Army National Guard Facility BANGF for closure. In March 1989, the U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency USATHAMA, since renamed the U.S. Army Environmental Center USAEC, was assigned the responsibility for centrally managing the Base Realignment and Closure Environmental Restoration Program. As part of this program, sample design plans were prepared by R.L. Stollar Associates 1991 to support the performance of a Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study RlFS at BANGF. Subsequent to the initial preparation of the plans, funding was suspended, and the actual Rl1FS field work was not conducted. In September 1993, BANGF was selected for inclusion on the Federal Agency Hazardous Waste Compliance Docket. EPA policy requires a preliminary assessment PA and, if warranted, a site inspection 51 be submitted within 18 months of being listed on the docket. This Sampling and Analysis Plan has been prepared to support an SI to meet this requirement. This Sampling and Analysis Plan is based on the RlFS sample design plan originally developed by R.L. Stollar Associates in 1991. This 51 Sampling and Analysis Plan has been modified based on the scope of work for a SI of this facility. This document presents the sampling objectives, site history, specifications of equipment, analyses of interest, sample types, and sample locations for the SI. This document and the site specific Health and Safety Plan have been prepared to serve as a field manual during the data collection program.
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