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Navy Cleanup at Alameda Point Continues

Toxins cleanup at the former Naval Air Station Alameda – now known as Alameda Point – continues at the pier area where the USS Hornet museum is docked.

According to a fact sheet published by the U.S. Navy, the sediments in the area of the piers, referred to in jargon as Installation Restoration (IR) Site 24, are contaminated with cadmium, lead, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and pesticides.

Sediment is being dredged from the pier area and then transferred to land where it is drained of water and sampled, before being disposed. Wastewater will be treated on-site, sampled, and discharged to control dust during cleanup activities.

The project is expected to last through mid-June 2012.

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