Base Closure and Realignment Act (BRAC) Cleanup Plan, Sacramento Army Depot, Sacramento, California
ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT SACRAMENTO CA
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This BRAC Cleanup Plan BCP contains the status, management, response strategy, and action items related to Sacramento Army Depot Activitys SADA past and ongoing environmental restoration and associated compliance programs at the former Sacramento Army Depot site. These programs support full restoration of the Depot, which was and is necessary to meet the requirements for property disposal and reuse activities associated with closure of the entire installation. The scope of the BCP considers the following regulatory mechanisms the Base Closure and Realignment Act National Environmental Policy Act NEPA Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act CERCLA as amended by the Community Environmental Response Facilitation Act CERFA Resources Conservation and Recovery Act RCRA and other applicable laws and regulations. Furthermore, this BRAC Cleanup Plan presents, in summary fashion, the status of SADAs restoration and compliance programs and comprehensive strategy for environmental restoration and restoration-related compliance activities. It describes the BRAC closure process and relates the Depots success story of being the first BRAC installation to achieve closure and substantial reuse by the private sector. It also lays out the response action approach at SADA in support of closure, and defines the status of efforts to resolve technical issues so that continued progress and implementation of scheduled activities can occur. The BCP strategy is designed to streamline and expedite the necessary response actions associated with SADA to facilitate the earliest possible reuse activities. The Depots disposal and reuse was expedited since all remediation areas have been, or will be, cleaned up to meet residential standards.
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