Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study of the Defense Property Disposal Office, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
Final technical rept.
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES ASSOCIATES INC ELLICOTT CITY MD
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This Remedial InvestigationFeasibility Study RIFS Technical Work Plan was prepared by Engineering Technologies Associates, Inc. ETA under Contract No. DACA31-92-D-0045, Delivery Order 0010, for the U. S. Army Environmental Center USAEC. The study area is a storage facility for old vehicles, transformers and a variety of equipment. The site was formerly referred to as the Defense Property and Disposal Office DPDO Yard and is now known as the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office DRMO Yard. This Work Plan has been developed in accordance with the Guidance for Conducting Remedial Investigations and Feasibility Studies Under CERCLA, United States Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency USATHAMA Geotechnical Requirements, and the USATHAMA Quality Assurance Program 1990. Under the 1988 Defense Secretarys Commission on Base Realignment and Closure Act BRAC, approximately 9,000 acres of the 15,000 acre facility were designated for closure. In October 1991, 7,600 acres were transferred from the U.S. Army to the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, south of Route 32. In January 1993, an additional 500 acres were also transferred and FGGM decided to retain the 308 acres including the Active Sanitary Landfill. Figure 1 is a map showing the physical location of the DRMO Yard in relation to the BRAC Land Parcels. The remaining 440 acres, including the Tipton Army Airfield, is scheduled for closure in September 1995. Figure No. 1 shows the DRMO site in relation to surrounding lands.
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