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Main Title Post Remedial Action Report, Lansdowne Radioactive Residence Complex, Dismantlement/Removal Project. Volume 1. Government Operations.
Author Wickboldt, W. C. ;
CORP Author Corps of Engineers North Atlantic, Baltimore, MD. Construction Div.
Publisher Jun 90
Year Published 1990
Report Number CENAB-CO/HTW/90-1/EPA(S)-VOL-1; DACW-45-88-C-0213;
Stock Number AD-A230 429/3
Additional Subjects Cleaning ; Contamination ; Corrections ; Processing ; Radioactivity ; Radium ; Removal ; Replacement ; Sewers ; Sites ; Soils ; Wastes ; Radium 226 ; Borrow material ; Lansdowne(Pennsylvania) ; Envirocare disposal facility(Utah) ; Superfund sites ; Radiation hazard removal ; Nuclear waste clean-up ; Radioactive site remediation ; Hazardous and toxic waste clean-up ; Decontamination ; Radiation dosage ; Health physics ; Ionizing radiation ; Hazardous materials ; Nuclear radiation ; Half life ; Radium processing ; Residentials section ; Hazardous wastes
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NTIS  AD-A230 429/3 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/13/1991
Collation 289p
Abstract
The Lansdowne radioactive residence complex and 250' of municipal sewer became contaminated during the period 1924-1944 by radium processing. Clean-up of the site necessitated the removal of contaminated rubble generated by building and sewer dismantlement, and of radioactive soil that became contaminated because waste products from the radium processing activity were buried in the ground around the site. Prior to remediation, radium levels in the soil ranged as high as 700 pCi/g; following remediation, radium levels had been reduced to no greater than 5 pCi/g above the local background of 2.5 pCi/g. Following removal of contamination, the site was backfilled to near original grade and restored as a grassed lot. A replacement sewer line was constructed. (MM)