Appendix C

Analysis of 80 Facilities with Contaminated Groundwater Deleted from the National Priorities List

80 Superfund facilities with groundwater contamination were identified by EPA personnel as having met cleanup goals and being delisted from the National Priorities List (NPL). Information on the 80 facilities found in this appendix was compiled by the Committee based on Site Deletion documents, Records of Decision, EPA Fact Sheets, and other information available from the CERCLIS website (http://cumulis.epa.gov/supercpad/cursites/srchsites.cfm). The Committee strongly advises anyone using these data to review the primary documents concerning these sites.

For the 80 facilities, Tables C-1 through C-4 provide information on the site types, the contaminants of concern (COCs) present, the remedial action objectives (RAOs), and the extent to which contaminant concentrations in groundwater met maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) prior to facility delisting, respectively. Contaminants were divided into categories of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), semivolatile organic compounds (SVOCs) and metals. Figures C-1 through C-4 provide the same information in graphical form. Further explanation of these tables and graphs can be found in Chapter 2.

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Appendix C Analysis of 80 Facilities with Contaminated Groundwater Deleted from the National Priorities List 80 Superfund facilities with groundwater contamination were identi- fied by EPA personnel as having met cleanup goals and being delisted from the National Priorities List (NPL). Information on the 80 facilities found in this appendix was compiled by the Committee based on Site Deletion documents, Records of Decision, EPA Fact Sheets, and other information available from the CERCLIS website (http://cumulis.epa.gov/supercpad/ cursites/srchsites.cfm). The Committee strongly advises anyone using these data to review the primary documents concerning these sites. For the 80 facilities, Tables C-1 through C-4 provide information on the site types, the contaminants of concern (COCs) present, the remedial action objectives (RAOs), and the extent to which contaminant concentra- tions in groundwater met maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) prior to facility delisting, respectively. Contaminants were divided into categories of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), semivolatile organic compounds (SVOCs) and metals. Figures C-1 through C-4 provide the same informa- tion in graphical form. Further explanation of these tables and graphs can be found in Chapter 2. NOTE: PAGES 321-408 OF THIS APPENDIX ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT WWW.NAP.EDU/CATALOG.PHP?RECORD_ID=14668. 301

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302 APPENDIX C FACILITY INDEX Region 1   1. Cheshire Groundwater Contamination   2. Pinette’s Salvage Yard   3. SACO Tannery Waste Pits   4. Tansitor Electronics, Inc. Region 2   5. Anchor Chemicals   6. Jones Sanitation   7. Katonah Municipal Well   8. Krysowaty Farm   9. Love Canal 10. Mannheim Avenue Dump 11. Pfohl Brothers Landfill 12. Pijak Farm 13. Spence Farm 14. Suffern Village Well Field 15. Tabernacle Drum Dump 16. Tronic Plating Co., Inc 17. Upper Deerfield Township Sanitary Landfill 18. V&M/Albaladejo 19. Vestal Water Supply Well 4-2 Region 3 20. Aladdin Plating 21. Berks Landfill 22. Brodhead Creek 23. Matthews Electroplating 24. Mid-Atlantic Wood Preservers, Inc. 25. New Castle Spill 26. Southern Maryland Wood Treating 27. Sussex County Landfill No. 5

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APPENDIX C 303 Region 4 28. BMI-Textron 29. Cedartown Industries, Inc. 30. Cedartown Municipal Landfill 31. Davie Landfill 32. Dubose Oil Products Co. 33. Gold Coast Oil Corp. 34. Independent Nail Co. 35. Lee’s Lane Landfill 36. Lewisburg Dump 37. Palmetto Recycling, Inc. 38. Rochester Property 39. Sixty-Second Street Dump 40. Standard Auto Bumper Corp. 41. Woodbury Chemical Co. (Princeton Plant) Region 5 42. Agate Lake Scrapyard 43. Alsco Anaconda 44. Avenue “E” Groundwater Contamination 45. Berlin & Farro 46. Dakhue Sanitary Landfill 47. Fadrowski Drum Disposal 48. Laskin/Poplar Oil Co. 49. Northern Engraving Co. 50. Southside Sanitary Landfill 51. Tri-State Plating 52. University of Minnesota (Rosemount Research Center) OU1 53. Waste, Inc., Landfill 54. Windom Dump Region 6 55. Bailey Waste Disposal 56. Cleveland Mill 57. Double Eagle Refinery Co. 58. Dutchtown Treatment Plant 59. Fourth Street Abandoned Refinery 60. Gurley Pit

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304 APPENDIX C 61. Industrial Waste Control 62. Mallard Bay Landing Bulk Plant 63. Odessa Chromium #2 (Andrews Highway) 64. Old Inger Oil Refinery 65. South 8th Street Landfill Region 7 66. Farmers’ Mutual Cooperative 67. Kem-Pest Laboratories 68. Labounty 69. Waverly Ground Water Contamination 70. White Farm Equipment Co. Dump Region 8 71. Rose Park Sludge Pit 72. Whitewood Creek Region 9 73. Del Norte Pesticide Storage 74. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. (Salinas Plant) 75. Schofield Barracks 76. Southern California Edison Co. (Visalia Poleyard) 77. Western Pacific Railroad Co. Region 10 78. Bonneville Power Administration Ross Complex 79. Northwest Transformer 80. Union Pacific Railroad Company

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TABLE C-1 80 Delisted NPL Facilities with Contaminated Groundwater by “Site Type” Landfills Industrial Facilities Potable Well Fields Military Bases Other 9. Love Canal 1.  heshire Groundwater C 7.  atonah Municipal K 44. Avenue “E”  Contamination Well Groundwater 8. Krysowaty Farm Contamination 14. Suffern Village  10. Mannheim Avenue Dump 2. Pinette’s Salvage Yard 75. Schofield Barracks 12. Pijak Farm Well Field 19. Vestal Water  11. Pfohl Brothers Landfill 3. SACO Tannery Waste Pits   13. Spence Farm Supply Well 4-2 17. Upper Deerfield Township  4. Tansitor Electronics, Inc.     18. V&M/Albaladejo Sanitary Landfill 21. Berks Landfill 5. Anchor Chemicals     45. Berlin & Farro 52. University of  27. Sussex County Landfill  Minnesota 6. Jones Sanitation   No. 5 (Rosemount Research Center) 30. Cedartown Municipal  66. Farmers’ Mutual  15. Tabernacle Drum Dump   Landfill Cooperative 78. Bonneville Power  31. Davie Landfill 16. Tronic Plating Co., Inc.   Administration Ross Complex 35. Lee’s Lane Landfill 20. Aladdin Plating   36. Lewisburg Dump 22. Brodhead Creek   39. Sixty-Second Street Dump 23. Matthews Electroplating   24. Mid-Atlantic Wood  42. Agate Lake Scrapyard     Preservers, Inc. 46. Dakhue Sanitary Landfill 25. New Castle Spill     26. Southern Maryland Wood  47. Fadrowski Drum Disposal     305 Treating continued

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TABLE C-1 Continued 306 Landfills Industrial Facilities Potable Well Fields Military Bases Other 50. Southside Sanitary Landfill 28. BMI-Textron     53. Waste, Inc., Landfill 29. Cedartown Industries, Inc.     54. Windom Dump 32. Dubose Oil Products Co.     65. South 8th Street Landfill 33. Gold Coast Oil Corp.     34. Independent Nail Co.     37. Palmetto Recycling, Inc.       38. Rochester Property     40. Standard Auto Bumper        Corp. 41. Woodbury Chemical Co.        (Princeton Plant)   43. Alsco Anaconda       48. Laskin/Poplar Oil Co.       49. Northern Engraving Co.       51. Tri-State Plating       55. Bailey Waste Disposal     56. Cleveland Mill     57. Double Eagle Refinery Co.   58. Dutchtown Treatment      Plant

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59. Fourth Street Abandoned        Refinery   60. Gurley Pit     61. Industrial Waste Control   62. Mallard Bay Landing Bulk      Plant 63. Odessa Chromium #2        (Andrews Highway)   64. Old Inger Oil Refinery       67. Kem-Pest Laboratories       68. Labounty     69. Waverly Ground Water          Contamination 70. White Farm Equipment         Co. Dump   71. Rose Park Sludge Pit         72. Whitewood Creek       73. Del Norte Pesticide          Storage 74. Firestone Tire & Rubber          Co. (Salinas Plant) 76. Southern California    Edison Co. (Visalia       Poleyard) 77. Western Pacific Railroad          Co.   79. Northwest Transformer         80. Union Pacific Railroad Co.       307

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TABLE C-2 Contaminants of Concern at the 80 Delisted NPL Facilities 308 Metals, VOCs, VOCs Only VOCs and SVOCs Metals Only Metals and VOCs and SVOCs Other 1. Cheshire 2.  inette’s Salvage P 18. V&M/Albaladejo 5. Anchor Chemicals 41. Woodbury 3.  ACO Tannery S Groundwater Yard Chemical Waste Pits Contamination Co. (Princeton Plant) 4. Tansitor 8. Krysowaty Farm 20. Aladdin Plating 6. Jones Sanitation 48. Laskin/ 11. Pfohl Brothers  Electronics, Inc. Poplar Oil Landfill Co. 7.  atonah Municipal K 9. Love Canal 23. Matthews 16. Tronic Plating  57. Double 13. Spence Farm Well Electroplating Co., Inc. Eagle Refinery Co. 10. Mannheim Avenue  67. Kem-Pest 24. Mid-Atlantic 17. Upper Deerfield  59. Fourth Street  22. Brodhead Creek Dump Laboratories Wood Preservers, Township Sanitary Abandoned Inc. Landfill Refinery 12. Pikaj Farm   29. Cedartown 21. Berks Landfill 61. Industrial 28. BMI-Textron Industries, Inc. Waste Control 14. Suffern Village  30. Cedartown 31. Davie Landfill 62. Mallard Bay  34. Independent Well Field Municipal Landfill Landing Nail Co. Bulk Plant 15. Tabernacle Drum    37. Palmetto 35. Lee’s Lane Landfill  80. Union Pacific  43. Alsco Anaconda Dump Recycling, Inc. Railroad Company

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19. Vestal Water    39. Sixty-Second 36. Lewisburg Dump  49. Northern Supply Well 4-2 Street Dump Engraving Co. 25. New Castle Spill   40. Standard Auto  38. Rochester   71. Rose Park  Bumper Corp. Property Sludge Pit 26. Southern   47. Fadrowski Drum  46. Dakhue Sanitary    79. Northwest Maryland Wood Disposal Landfill Transformer Treating 27. Sussex County    50. Southside Sanitary  53. Waste, Inc.,      Landfill No. 5 Landfill Landfill 32. Dubose Oil    51. Tri-State Plating 55. Bailey Waste      Products Co. Disposal 33. Gold Coast Oil    56. Cleveland Mill 58. Dutchtown     Corp. Treatment Plant 42. Agate Lake    63. Odessa Chromium  60. Gurley Pit     Scrapyard #2 (Andrews Highway) 44. Avenue “E”    65. South 8th Street  64. Old Inger Oil      Groundwater Landfill Refinery Contamination 45. Berlin & Farro 72. Whitewood Creek  68. Labounty     52. University of      70. White Farm      Minnesota Equipment Co. (Rosemount Dump Research Center) 54. Windom Dump           309 continued

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TABLE C-2 Continued 310 Metals, VOCs, VOCs Only VOCs and SVOCs Metals Only Metals and VOCs and SVOCs Other 66. Farmers’ Mutual            Cooperative 69. Waverly         Ground Water Contamination 73. Del Norte          Pesticide Storage 74. Firestone Tire            & Rubber Co. (Salinas Plant) 75. Schofield Barracks           76. Southern           California Edison Co. (Visalia Poleyard) 77. Western Pacific            Railroad Co. 78. Bonneville Power            Administration Ross Complex

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APPENDIX C 311 TABLE C-3 Remedial Objectives at the 80 Delisted NPL Facilities. Objectives Unclear Achieve MCLs or Another other than Risk Cleanup Level Reduction No Explicit Objective 2. Pinette’s Salvage Yard 3.  ACO Tannery S 1. Cheshire Groundwater Waste Pits Contamination 4. Tansitor Electronics, Inc. 6. Jones Sanitation 5. Anchor Chemicals 7. Katonah Municipal Well 26. Southern Maryland  8. Krysowaty Farm Wood Treating 10. Mannheim Avenue Dump 53. Waste, Inc., Landfill 9. Love Canal 11. Pfohl Brothers Landfill 57. Double Eagle  12. Pijak Farm Refinery Co. 15. Tabernacle Drum Dump 58. Dutchtown 13. Spence Farm Treatment Plant 19. Vestal Water Supply Well  71. Rose Park Sludge  14. Suffern Village Well Field 4-2 Pit 23. Matthews Electroplating   16. Tronic Plating Co., Inc. 24. Mid-Atlantic Wood  17. Upper Deerfield Township  Preservers, Inc. Sanitary Landfill 28. BMI-Textron   18. V&M/Albaladejo 29. Cedartown Industries, Inc.   20. Aladdin Plating 30. Cedartown Municipal    21. Berks Landfill Landfill 31. Davie Landfill   22. Brodhead Creek 32. Dubose Oil Products Co.   25. New Castle Spill 33. Gold Coast Oil Corp.   27. Sussex County Landfill  No. 5 35. Lee’s Lane Landfill   34. Independent Nail Co. 36. Lewisburg Dump   41. Woodbury Chemical Co.  (Princeton Plant) 37. Palmetto Recycling, Inc.   42. Agate Lake Scrapyard 38. Rochester Property   48. Laskin/Poplar Oil Co. 39. Sixty-Second Street Dump   50. Southside Sanitary Landfill 40. Standard Auto Bumper    55. Bailey Waste Disposal Corp. 43. Alsco Anaconda   56. Cleveland Mill 44. Avenue “E” Groundwater    59. Fourth Street Abandoned  Contamination Refinery continued

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398 APPENDIX C 72. Whitewood Creek State:  SD Site Lead:  EPA Date Deleted from NPL:  August 13, 1996 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  September 27, 2007 COCs:  Arsenic, copper, zinc, selenium, and mercury RAOs:  Reduce contaminant concentrations below MCLs (arsenic 10 µg/L, copper 1,000 µg/L, zinc 5,000 µg/L, selenium 50 µg/L, and mercury 2 µg/L). Five-year review suggests a waiver from complying with the arsenic MCL. Technologies Applied:  Groundwater monitoring Reported Results:  No groundwater results provided in the most recent five-year review. MCLs Achieved? No. The fact sheet says that “Since waste is left in place which precludes unlimited use and unrestricted exposure, EPA will continue to conduct five-year reviews.” ICs in Place? Yes, ordinance restrictions on future digging in remediated areas Vapor Intrusion:  Not applicable Long-Term Monitoring? Yes

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APPENDIX C 399 73. Del Norte Pesticide Storage State:  CA Site Lead:  EPA Date Deleted from NPL:  September 18, 2002 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  June 14, 2010 COCs:  1,2-Dichloropropane and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid RAOs:  Restoration of contaminated on-site groundwater to 100 µg/L for 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (federal MCL is 70) and to the health-based level of 10 µg/L for 1,2-dichloropropane (federal MCL is 5) Technologies Applied:  Pump and treat and groundwater monitoring Reported Results:  By October 1997, both the groundwater and soil cleanup levels for 2,4-D had been achieved. Although the 10 µg/L heath- based level for 1,2-DCP has not been achieved, 1,2-DCP concentrations in groundwater continue to decline slowly and the plume is contained within the original contaminated area. MCLs Achieved? No, the MCL for 1,2-DCP has not yet been met. “EPA’s 2000 ROD Amendment concluded that the 5,000 foot plume was not migrating and that it was technically impracticable to restore the 1,2-DCP plume to the 5 μg/L MCL. The 2000 ROD Amendment therefore waived this ARAR on the basis of Technical Impracticability” (http://www.epa.gov/ fedrgstr/EPA-WASTE/2002/August/Day-08/f20099.htm). ICs in Place? Yes, ordinance restrictions on future digging in remediated areas Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? Yes

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400 APPENDIX C 74. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. (Salinas Plant) State:  CA Site Lead:  EPA Date Deleted from NPL:  April 21, 2005 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  September 28, 2001 COCs:  VOCs RAOs:  Reduce GW contamination to the following levels: Contaminant MCL (µg/L) federal MCL 1,1 dichloroethylene 6 7 1,1 dichloroethane 5 none 1,1,1 trichloroethane 70 200 1,2 dichloroethane 0.5 5 Tricholorethene 0.7 5 Benzene 0.7 5 Toluene 20 1000 Ethylbenzene 10 700 Xylene 70 10,000 Technologies Applied:  Pump and treat, groundwater monitoring, and natural attenuation Reported Results:  The final sampling occurred on July 28, 1998 with only two wells showing contamination above cleanup standards:  well S09 containing 55 µg/L of 1,1-DCE and OW4 containing 11 µg/L of 1,1-DCE. These wells are in the shallow zone and are located approximately 250-300 feet from the facility. No contamination above cleanup standards was found in the intermediate or deep zones. The Regional Water Quality Control Board noted a declining trend in 1,1-DCE concentrations in the shallow aquifer (from 130 µg/L in 1995 to 55 µg/L in 1998) and stated that, due to the low concentrations and significant separation by tens of feet from underlying water zones, the shallow zone contamination would not be ex- pected to impact the downgradient groundwater and deeper aquifers in the future. They also stated that they believed that the wells would slowly at- tenuate to below the cleanup standard. After the last sampling event, wells were destroyed and sealed. No further monitoring has occurred at the site.

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APPENDIX C 401 MCLs Achieved? Yes, MCLs were achieved in the deep aquifer (but not the shallow). ICs in Place? No, there are no institutional controls required as part of the remedy for the Firestone site. Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? No

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402 APPENDIX C 75. Schofield Barracks State:  HI Site Lead:  U.S. Army Date Deleted from NPL:  August 30, 2000 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  September 24, 2007 COCs: Trichloroethene RAOs:  Reduce level of TCE contamination to drinking water standards only at point of use. A technical impracticability (TI) waiver was prepared, which supports the idea of point-of-use treatment. Because of the TI waiver, the cleanup goals apply only at the wellhead and not throughout the aquifer. Technologies Applied:  Point-of-use treatment Reported Results:  No results provided MCLs Achieved? No, because water is only being treated at the point of use ICs in Place? Yes. There are prohibitions on the use or disturbance of groundwater, prohibitions on excavation activities, disturbance of the land- fill cover, and any other activities that might interfere with the implemented remedy. Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? No

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APPENDIX C 403 76. Southern California Edison Co. (Visalia Poleyard) State:  CA Site Lead:  EPA Date Deleted from NPL:  August 27, 2009 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  July 21, 2010 COCs:  Pentachlorophenol, benzo(a)pyrene, and TCDDeqv RAOs:  Reduce contamination to the following levels:  pentachlorophe- nol 1 µg/L, benzo(a)pyrene 0.2 µg/L, and TCDDeqv 30 pg/L. Technologies Applied:  Physical and chemical groundwater treatment sys- tem (steam) Reported Results:  The table below shows site-wide average groundwater concentrations over a three-year compliance demonstration period. Pentachlorophenol Benzo(a)pyrene TCDD eqv. Cleanup Levels 1.0 µg/L 0.2 µg/L 0.03 ng/L UCL95 Int. Aquifer 0.075 µg/L 0.055 µg/L 0.019 ng/L UCL95 Deep Aquifer 0.054 µg/L 0.03 µg/L 0.0053 ng/L The statistical analysis of the groundwater data demonstrated that the cleanup levels had been met in both the intermediate and deep monitoring zones at the Site, except for two outliers, which were found during a period with low water table elevations. MCLs Achieved? Yes ICs in Place? Yes, deed restrictions Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? No

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404 APPENDIX C 77. Western Pacific Railroad Co. State:  CA Site Lead:  EPA Date Deleted from NPL:  August 29, 2001 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  September 18, 2008 COCs:  1,1-DCE, 1,1,1-TCA, 1,1-DCA, and TCE RAOs:  Reduce contamination to the following levels:  1,1-DCE to 7 µg/L; 1,1,1-TCA to 200 µg/L; 1,1-DCA to 5 µg/L; and TCE to 5 µg/L. Technologies Applied:  Groundwater monitoring and pump and treat Reported Results:  Analytical results indicated that 1,1-DCE, 1,1,1-TCA, and TCE continue to be present in the groundwater at concentrations be- low the Federal and State MCLs. The concentration of 1,1-DCA in well MW8902 was 5.4 µg/L, which is above the cleanup level of 5.0 µg/L. MCLs Achieved? No. Concentrations of 1,1-DCA are still slightly above the MCL. ICs in Place? Yes, a land use covenant Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? Yes

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APPENDIX C 405 78. Bonneville Power Administration Ross Complex State:  WA Site Lead:  U.S. Department of Energy Date Deleted from NPL:  September 23, 1996 Date of Last 5 Year Review:  September 2, 2009 COCs:  dichloroethylene and chloroform, found in on-site groundwater at slightly elevated levels. CERCLIS does not consider this to be a site with contaminated groundwater. RAOs:  Protection of human health and the environment. Results of the site-specific risk assessment indicated that exposure to either on- or off-site groundwater would not pose a risk to human health. Technologies Applied:  None for groundwater Reported Results:  None reported MCLs Achieved? Not applicable, as there was likely little groundwater contamination to begin with ICs in Place? Yes, but not for groundwater Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? No

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406 APPENDIX C 79. Northwest Transformer State:  WA Site Lead:  State Date Deleted from NPL:  September 28, 1999 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  July 27, 1999 COCs:  PCBs in soil RAOs:  None for groundwater Technologies Applied:  None for groundwater Reported Results:  The PRPs continued to monitor groundwater at the site for five years after cleanup was completed and no contaminants of concern were detected in perimeter or off-site wells. MCLs Achieved? Not applicable, as groundwater was never contaminated ICs in Place? A Consent Decree with the owners executed prior to cleanup required a deed notice with requirements to notify the Washington State Department of Ecology before excavating below 15 feet and to notify EPA before using groundwater at the site. A deed notice to that effect was re- corded August 30, 1999. Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? Yes, for five years after cleanup to make sure there was no contaminant migration from soil to groundwater.

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APPENDIX C 407 80. Union Pacific Railroad Company State:  ID Site Lead:  State Date Deleted from NPL:  September 22, 1997 Date of Last Five-Year Review:  N/A COCs:  Heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and organic compounds RAOs:  Reduce contamination to federal drinking water standards Technologies Applied:  Pump and treat and groundwater monitoring Reported Results:  Since the completion of the cleanup, groundwater monitoring results have met or were lower than federal drinking water standards. MCLs Achieved? Yes ICs in Place? Yes, there are deed, land, and groundwater use restrictions. Vapor Intrusion:  Not mentioned Long-Term Monitoring? No

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