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Navy Lead Remedial Project Manager Angie Lind on the Moffett Field Environmental Restoration budget. A presentation to the Moffett Restoration Advisory Board, March 12, 2009.

Navy Lead Remedial Project Manager Angie Lind on the Moffett Field Environmental Restoration budget. A presentation to the Moffett Restoration Advisory Board, March 12, 2009.

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Navy Moffett Field Environmental Restoration Budget Navy Moffett Field Environmental Restoration Budget Presentation Transcript

  • ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION BUDGET MARCH 12, 2009 1
  • Budget Process • Congress funds each Service's Environmental Restoration needs based on identified needs and their priority – For instance, a high risk site will receive funding before a low risk site • Environmental Restoration funds can only be used on qualified response actions: – Facility is owned/leased by U.S. and under the jurisdiction of DoD/BRAC – Release of CERCLA hazardous substance prior to 1986 – UST sites that operated prior to 1993 2
  • Budget Process • Cost Estimates are developed for each stage of cleanup for each site using a cost estimating program. • Site specific data, historical data, nature and extent (horizontal & vertical footprint) of contamination, and other relevant data is inputted into cost estimating program to come up with costs for each phase of the cleanup project. • An overall Cost to Complete for each site is developed and spread out over several Fiscal Years. • Cost to Complete Estimates are updated Semi Annually (Oct & Mar). 3
  • Budget Process • Cost to Complete budgets are reviewed and audited for accuracy • Finalized budget is submitted yearly to Congress and Congress holds hearings and adjusts the budgets • Finalized budget is approved and signed by Oct otherwise congress passes a continuing resolution until the budget is passed. 4
  • Costs for ER Sites • Site 1, 2, and 22 Landfills 200,000/year for LTM • Site 25 Eastern Dike Marsh 10,000,000 Cost to Complete • Site 26 EATS 250,000/year O&M • Site 27 Northern Channel 0 Site closure pending • Site 28 WATS 500,000/year O&M • Site 29 Hangar 1 32,000,000 CTC + LTM costs • USTs 4,000,000 CTC • Basewide GW LTM 300,000/year • Cooperative Agreement • with WB 210,000/year 5