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Navy Announces Plan for Remediating Sites at Alameda Point

The U.S. Navy is seeking comment on plans to restore a number of sites within Alameda Point.

The U.S. Navy is seeking comment on plans to restore a number of sites within Alameda Point.

The U.S. Navy is seeking public comment on proposed plans for environmental cleanup of a number of sites within Alameda Point, the former Naval Air Station Alameda.

The public comment period runs through to the end of May, and the navy has schedule a public meeting for May 15th, at the Alameda library.

Sites 3, 4, 11 and 21 once supported fuel storage, aircraft engine repair and testing and ship fitting and engine repair.

Based on soil characterizations performed from 1989 to 2010, the sites contain volatile organic compounds, semi-volatile organic compounds, metals, including lead, arsenic, antimony, cobalt and hexavalent chromium, pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls, polychclic aromatic hydrocarbons and total petroleum hydrocarbons.

The proposed remediations include excavation and disposal of impacted soils, and institutional controls to prevent contact with ground water.

The full U.S. Navy circular on the proposed plan is online here.

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