||Superfund record of decision amendment : Marzone Inc./Chevron Chemical Co., Tifton, GA, 7/1/1999.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
|| [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response],
Hazardous waste sites--Georgia.
Hazardous materials ;
Land pollution control ;
Benzene hexachloride ;
Soil contamination ;
Waste disposal ;
Enviornmental monitoring ;
Ground water ;
Water pollution monitoring ;
Remedial action ;
Record of Decision ;
Tift County(Georgia) ;
Natural attenuation ;
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||102 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
The Marzone Inc./Chevron Chemical Company Site is located in south-central Georgia in the city of Tifton, at the intersection of Golden Road and the Norfolk-Southern Railroad tracks. The major components of the selected remedy for operable unit two include: Excavation and disposal of surface soils which exceed the surface soil performance standards; Excavation and disposal of sediments from the railroad drainage ditch and from the nonwooded wetland area south of the railroad spur which exceed the sediment performance standards; Transportation by truck of contaminated soil and sediment to a permitted Subtitle C or D landfill; Restoration of surface soil and wetland areas; Confirmation sampling to verify that remaining soil and sediment is below performance standards; Monitoring of wetland and creek area for at least five years to determine if remaining contamination is naturally attenuating; Installation of at least two additional groundwater monitoring wells; Annual groundwater monitoring for at least five years for the contaminants of concern, as well as potential transformation products and geochemical parameters to determine if contamination is naturally attenuating; Review of groundwater data after five years to determine if natural attenuation is effective; and Institutional controls to restrict use of contaminated groundwater.
Cover title. "7/1/1999." "PB99-964007." "EPA/541/R-99/025." Microfiche.