Remediation Project Profile
Based on prior investigations by others, a 1998 petroleum release from an underground storage tank system at this facility resulted in subsurface impacts to soil and groundwater.
The former owner is addressing the investigation and remediation of the release through Ohio’s Petroleum Compensation Board (“Petro Fund”).
Phoenix was engaged to provide environmental services in support of a Tier II investigation. Our activities included developing a health and safety plan and supervising an enhanced fluid recovery (EFR) event from several onsite monitoring wells. The EFR was conducted over an 8-hour period using a vacuum truck. Additionally, at a later date, we were retained to oversee installations of soil borings and to conduct groundwater sampling.
Laboratory results indicated the soils were below action-level but groundwater exceeded the calculated Site Specific Target Levels (SSTLs). The client indicated Phoenix would be engaged to assist with follow-up activities which included soil treatment, monitoring well installations and groundwater treatment by chemical injection.