Final Remedial Investigation Sampling Plan Addendum. Milan Army Ammunition Plant Remedial Investigation Southern Study Area (Operable Unit No. 5)
FLUOR DANIEL INC GOLDEN CO
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This sampling plan addendum was developed to provide additional field data necessary to address environmental regulatory comments regarding the Draft Milan Army Ammunition Plant MLAAP Remedial Investigation, Southern Study Area Operable Unit No. 5 prepared by Fluor Daniel, Inc. Fluor Daniel in March 1996. The report was distributed through the MLAAP to federal and state environmental regulators under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 CERCLA Federal Facility Agreement and Consent Order FFA currently in affect at the site. Review comments were received from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency USEPA and the State of Tennessee Department of Environment Conservation TDEC in January 1997 and July 1996, respectively. The majority of comments raised by the regulators focused on the need for additional technical clarification or references to support report conclusions. However, some additional field data is necessary to fully address regulatory comments. Response to comments and submittal of a revised remedial investigation RJ report will be provided following completion of field activities specified in the sampling plan addendum. This addendum also provides additional data requested by the MLAAP to support the ongoing feasibility study being conducted by QST Environmental formerly Environmental Science Engineering, Inc. ESE. The draft remedial investigation report characterized the nature and extent of risks posed by contamination present within the MLAAP Southern Study Area, and provided data to support the evaluation of potential remedial cleanup options as necessary. The report presented background research results, field investigation procedures, field investigation results, contaminant fate and transport evaluation results, and baseline risk assessment results pertaining to human health and environment.
- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control
- Water Pollution and Control
- Environmental Health and Safety