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Intro to Alex Becker and Sundance Environmental Consultants Intro to Alex Becker and Sundance Environmental Consultants Presentation Transcript

  • AN INTRODUCTION TO ALEX BECKER WITH
  • SPECIALIZING IN COMMERCIAL-SIZED ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION PROJECTS
    • Commercial Facilities :
    • gas stations
    • dry cleaners
    • auto service centers
    • metal finishers
    • asbestos/mold
  • SPECIALIZING IN COMMERCIAL-SIZED ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION PROJECTS
    • Industrial Facilities:
    • manufacturers
    • petroleum production sites
    • railroads
    • mining / aggregate operations
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  • SPECIALIZING IN COMMERCIAL-SIZED ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION PROJECTS
    • Land Development / Redevelopment:
    • retail centers
    • oil fields
    • agriculture
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  • FIGURE 1 PROPOSED SOIL EXCAVATION AND TREATMENT AREA 11584 Wilson Cir. Parker, CO 80134 FN: BECKER DOCUMENT NO. EXCAVATION AREA PROPOSED BY OTHERS 8/08 LANDSCAPING COMPANY 33415 Highway 6 Edwards, Colorado 1/06/09 PROJECT NO. B&B Excavating LEGEND WETLANDS SPRING LAKE PROPOSED SOIL EXCAVATION PROPOSED SOIL STOCKPILE AREA PROPOSED SOIL TREATMENT AREA DIESEL SOURCE AREA SCALE: FEET 0’ 200’ 400’
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS
    • Phase I:
    • Testing for contamination where it is most likely to exist
    • Compare results to applicable standards for anticipated land use
    • Phase II:
    • Evaluate for recognized environmental conditions
  • ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION
    • Design / Permitting / Costing
    • Regulatory Negotiations
    • Prepare Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) and Voluntary Cleanup Plans (VCUPs)
    • Project management
    • Contracting and oversight
    • Reporting and closure requests
    • Planning
    • Implementation
  • ASTM PHASE I KEY TERM
    • Recognized Environmental Condition:
    “ the term means the presence or likely presence of any hazardous substances or petroleum products under conditions that indicate an existing release, a past release, or a material threat of a release of any hazardous substances or petroleum products into structures on the property or into the ground, ground water, or surface water of the property”
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  • ADDITIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
    • Asbestos-containing building materials
    • Radon
    • Lead-based paint
    • Lead in drinking water
    • Wetlands
    • Regulatory compliance
    • Cultural and historic resources
    • Industrial hygiene
    • Health and safety
    • Ecological resources
    • Endangered species
    • Indoor air quality
    • Biological agents
    • Mold
    • Vapor intrusion
  • PHASE II ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS
    • Well installation and groundwater monitoring
    • Soil and soil vapor sampling
    • Establish baseline conditions
  • PHASE II ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS
    • Identify applicable regulatory standards
    • Reporting / No Further Action (NFA) requests
    • Long-term groundwater quality monitoring
  • ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION
    • Excavation
  • ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION
    • In-Situ Remediation
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  • FIGURE 1 PROPOSED TACO BELL EXCAVATION AREA 11584 Wilson Cir. Parker, CO 80134 FN: BECKER DOCUMENT NO. SCALE: FEET 0’ 40’ 6390 Sheridan Blvd. Arvada, Colorado 10/20/08 PROJECT NO. MEIN LEGEND 9 MAXIMUM DEPTH OF CONTAMINATION (FEET) 8 8 11 10 MAXIMUM EXTENT OF CONTAMINATION EXTENT OF PROPOSED EXCAVATION LOCATIONS IDENTIFIED FOR TREATMENT BY OPS 15 10 11 11 10 10 12 9 10 11 14.5 10 SOIL CONTAMINATION BELIEVED TO BE EXCAVATED DURING CONSTRUCTION IN 2001. 11 14.5
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  • ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION
    • Abatement / Demolition
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  • ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION
    • Monitored Natural Attenuation
    • Engineering and Institutional Controls
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  • REVIEW RECORDS
    • Standard Historical Sources:
    • Historical Aerial Photographs
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    • tanks (USTs), derricks, piping, pump stations, wells
    Petroleum Equipment
  • Used Batteries
    • may leak hazardous materials into the environment
    Drums
    • may indicate current or past groundwater contamination monitoring
    Monitoring wells
    • can be associated with offsite sources i.e. gas stations, dry cleaners, industrial processes
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  • Robin Fryberger , P.E. – 303-699-7870 [email_address] Alex Becker IV, P.G. – 303-345-1129 [email_address] www.sundanceenv.com