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Joan C. Donnellan SBN 79462 Gary A. Meyer SBN 94144
Joan C. Donnellan SBN 79462
Gary A. Meyer SBN 94144
Pedram F. Mazgani SBN 204808
PARKER, MILLIKEN, CLARK,
CLARK, O'HARA
O'HARA &
& SAMUELIAN
SAMUELIAN
A Professional Corporation
555 S. Flower St., 30th Floor
California 9007
90071-2440
Los Angeles, California
1-2440
(213) 683-6500
Telephone:
(213) 683-6669
Facsimile:
Facsimile
Attorneys for Petitioner
Leggett & Platt, Incorporated
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD
IN
iN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION
OF LEGGETT & PLATT,
INCORPORATED, FOR REVIEW OF
WATER CODE SECTION 13267
ORDER DATED AUGUST 5, 2010 BY
THE CALIFORNIA REGIONAL
WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD,
LOS ANGELES REGION.
Petition No.
PETITION FOR REVIEW PURSUANT TO
WATER CODE SECTION 13320 AND 23 C.C.R.
SECTION §2050 ET SEQ.
[Request To Be Held In Abeyance Under 23
C.C.R. §2050.5(d)]
DECLARATION OF GORDON BILLHEIMER
IN SUPPORT THEREOF FILED
CONCURRENTLY HEREWITH AND
DECLARATIONS ATTACHED HERETO FROM
PRIOR PETITIONS
I.
INTRODUCTION
Pursuant to Water Code Section 13320 and Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations,
Section 2050 et seq., Petitioner Leggett & Platt, Incorporated, a Missouri corporation ("Leggett &
Platt") hereby petitions the State Water Resources Control Board ("State Water Board") for
review of a Conditional Approval of Work Plan Addendum For Additional Investigation of
Groundwater and Soil Gas Pursuant to California Water Code Section 13267 Order issued on
August 5, 2010 ("August 5, 2010 Order") by the Executive Officer of the California Regional
Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region ("Regional Water Board"), which would
require Petitioner to submit technical reports, undertake additional soil vapor sampling, prepare a
human health risk assessment and perform semi-annual groundwater sampling, as specified in the
PARKER MILLJKEN
MILLIKEN
CLARK OHARA &
SAMUELIAN, A
SAMUELLAN,
P RO FES S ION A1
PROFESSIONAI
CORPORATION
August 5, 2010 Order, relating to soil and groundwater investigation at and about 4900 Valley
PETITION FOR REVIEW
368701
(4009 700)
1
Boulevard, Los Angeles, California ("Site"). A copy of the August 5, 2010 Order is attached
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hereto as Exhibit A.
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II.
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WATER BOARD AND ARE CURRENTLY BEING HELD IN ABEYANCE
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Prior to issuing the August 5, 2010 Order, which is the subject of this Petition, on June 11,
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2008, the Regional Water Board issued a Section 13267 Order requiring submittal of a work plan
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for additional investigation of soil and ground water at and about the Site ("June 11, 2008
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Order").
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On July 10, 2008, Leggett & Platt filed a Petition For Review Pursuant To Water Code
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Section 13320 relating to the June 11, 2008 Order ("July 10, 2008 Petition"). In support of the
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July 10, 2008 Petition, Leggett & Platt simultaneously filed the Declaration of George Linidetter
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In Support Thereof ("July 10, 2008 Linkletter Declaration"). Additionally, on or about that same
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date, the owner of the Site, Valley Alhambra Properties ("Valley Alhambra"), filed a Partial
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Joinder in the July 10, 2008 Petition. Copies of the July 10, 2008 Petition, July 10, 2008
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Lirildetter
Linkletter Declaration and Partial Joinder are attached hereto as Exhibit
Exhibit B,
B, C
C and
and D,
D,
17
respectively.
Concurrently with the filing of the July 10, 2008 Petition, Petitioner submitted a request
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for reconsideration of the June 11, 2008 Order to the Regional Water Board. A copy of the
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request for reconsideration is attached hereto as Exhibit E. Thus, Petitioner requested that the
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State Water Board hold the July 10, 2008 Petition in abeyance pursuant to Title 23 of the
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California Code of Regulations,
Regulations, Section
Section 205
2050.5(d),
0.5(d), pending further good faith discussions
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between Petitioner and the Regional Water Board.
On July 14, 2009, the State Water Board sent Petitioner a letter acknowledging that the
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK O'E{ARA &
SMUEL1AN, A
SMIUELM,
A
TWO RELATED PETITIONS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE STATE
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July 10, 2008 Petition had been received by the State Water Board and approving Petitioner's
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request that the July 10, 2008 Petition be held in abeyance. A similar acknowledgment letter was
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sent to Valley Alhambra
Aihambra in relation to its Partial Joinder in the July 10, 2008 Petition. Copies of
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both acknowledgement letters are collectively attached hereto as Exhibit F. The July 10, 2008
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PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
PETITION
PETITIONFOR
FORREVIEW
REVW
3687013
(4009700)
(4009 700)
Petition has been designated SWRCB/OCC
SWRCB/OCC File
File No.
No. A-i
A-1936.
936.
In furtherance of Petitioner's request for reconsideration submitted to the Regional Water
Board on July 10, 2008, on October 14, 2008, representatives of Leggett & Platt, Valley
Alhambra and their consultants with ENVIRON and ARCADIS met with Regional Water Board
Aihambra
representatives to discuss the June
June 11,
ii, 2008
2008Order,
Order,July
July10,
10,2008
2008Petition
Petition and
and supporting
supporting July
July 10,
10,
2008 Linldetter
Linkletter Declaration. During that meeting, the Regional Water Board agreed in concept to
and offsite
a work plan for onsite and.
offsite investigation
investigation intended to result in site closure.
Consistent with the discussions on October 14, 2008, on November 17, 2008 the parties
submitted a Work Plan For Additional Investigation ("Work Plan") to the Regional Water Board.
In doing so, however, neither Leggett & Platt nor Valley Aihambra
Alhambra waived their objections to the
June 11,
ii, 2008
2008Order
Orderorortheir
theirright
righttotoreinstate
reinstatethe
theJuly
July10,
10,2008
2008Petition,
Petition, which
which isis currently
currently held
held
in abeyance by the State Water Resources Control Board. A copy of a November 17, 2008 letter
confirming the parties' discussions on October 14, 2008, and transmitting a copy of the Work
Plan to the Regional Water Board, is attached hereto as Exhibit G.
On November 25, 2008, the Regional Water Board issued a Conditional Approval of
Work Plan For Additional Investigation Pursuant to California Water Code Section 13267 Order
("November 25, 2008 Order").
On December 24, 2008, Leggett & Platt filed a Petition For Review Pursuant To Water
Code Section 13320 relating to the November 25, 2008 Order ("December 24, 2008 Petition").
In support of the December 24, 2008 Petition Leggett & Platt simultaneously filed the Declaration
of George Linidetter In Support Thereof ("December 22, 2008 Linklefter
Linkletter Declaration").
Additionally, on or about that same date, the owner of the Site, Valley Alhambra, filed a Partial
Joinder in the December 24, 2008 Petition. Copies of the December 24, 2008 Petition, December
22, 2008 Linkletter
Linidetter Declaration and Partial Joinder are attached hereto as Exhibit H, Exhibit I
and Exhibit J, respectively.
On December 30, 2008, the State Water Board sent Petitioner a letter acknowledging that
the December 24, 2008 Petition had been received by the State Water Board and approving
PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OI4ARA
OHARA &
Petitioner's request that the December 24, 2008 Petition be held in abeyance. A similar
SAMUELIAN, A
SAMUELI1,
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
-3PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
(4009
700)
acknowledgment letter was sent to Valley Aihambra
Alhambra in relation to its Partial Joinder. Copies of
both acknowledgement letters are collectively attached hereto as Exhibit K. The December 24,
2008 Petition has been designated SWRCBIOCC
SWRCB/OCC File No. A-1981.
On January 16, 2009, Regional
Regional Water
Water Board
Board staff
staff met
met with
with Petitioner's
Petitioner'srepresentatives,
representatives,
Valley Alhambra'
Aihambra'ss representatives,
representatives, and
and their
their environmental
environmental consultants at the Site. During this
January 16, 2009 on-site meeting, the Regional Water Board agreed with the Petitioner, Valley
Aihambra
Alhambra and their consultants that no additional investigation of the adjacent Mirror Image
property located at 4880 Valley Boulevard was required. However, the Regional Water Board
asserted, over the stakeholders objections, that the Site should be further delineated by additional
on-site soil vapor sampling and, further, that offsite contamination, if any; should be delineated
by obtaining two samples from soil borings located in Valley Boulevard.
Although Petitioner and Valley Alhambra maintain that the additional scope of work
directed by the Regional Water Board during the January 16, 2009 on-site meeting is
unnecessary, in a good faith effort to obtain site closure and notwithstanding those objections, on
June 1, 2010, ARCADIS submitted a Work Plan Addendum for Additional Soil Gas and
Groundwater Site Closure Sampling ("Work Plan Addendum") to the Regional Water Board on
behalf of Leggett & Platt and Valley Alhambra. The Work Plan Addendum, a copy of which is
attached hereto as Exhibit L, was prepared and submitted to the Regional Water Board. In
response thereto, on August 5, 2010 the Regional Water Board issued the conditional approval
letter that is the subject of this Petition.
At Petitioners' request, on June 9, 2010, the State Water Board sent Petitioner
acknowledgment letters confirming an extension of the period during which the July 10, 2008
Petition and December 24, 2008 Petition will be held in abeyance to July 10, 2012, and December
24, 2012, respectively, in order to allow the stakeholders to continue in their efforts to work
cooperatively with the Regional Water Board to obtain site closure. Copies of both
acknowledgement letters are collectively attached hereto as Exhibit M.
A more detailed recitation of the facts underlying the assessment and remediation of the
PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OHARA &
Site are set forth in the July 10, 2008 Petition, July 10, 2008 Linkletter
Linldetter Declaration, December 24,
SAMUELIM, A
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PROFESSIONAL
CORPORA11ON
PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
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2008 Petition, December 22, 2008 Linldetter Declaration, and Valley Alhambra's Partial
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Joinders, which are attached hereto as Exhibits B, C, D, H, I and J. Leggett further reserves the
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right to submit supplemental declarations from ARCADIS at the completion of its work on the
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pending investigation. For the purpose of brevity, the factual and legal contentions contained in
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said documents are not repeated herein verbatim. However, the factual and legal contentions
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contained in those documents also form the basis of the instant Petition and are incorporated
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herein by reference. Additionally, Petitioner reserves the right to supplement this Petition with a
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further statement of reasons if the Petition is reactivated.
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III.
NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PETITIONER
All correspondence and other written communications regarding this matter should be
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addressed to representatives of both Petitioner Leggett & Platt and the Site's owner Valley
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Alhambra, as follows:
Aihambra,
Mr. Robert Anderson
Leggett & Platt, Incorporated
P.O. Box 757
Number 1 Leggett Road
Carthage, MO 64836
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Gary J. Herman, Sr.
5. Olive Street
1201 S.
Los Angeles, California 90015
Telephone: 213-747-6531, Ext. 114
Facsimile:
FacsimileS 213-747-4305
213-747-4305
garysr(2sdherman.corn
garysr(2sdherman.com
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With copies to:
Joan C. Donnellan, Esq., Counsel for Leggett & Platt
Gary Meyer, Esq.
Pedram Mazgani, Esq.
Parker, Milliken, Clark, O'Hara & Samuelian
A Professional Corporation
555 5. Flower St., 30th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2440
(213) 683-6500
Telephone:
(213)683-6669
(213)
683-6669
Facsimile:
FacsimileS
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OI-IARA
Ol-tARA &
&
SAMUEUAN, A
SALIUEUAN,
PROFESSIONAL
PR OF ES S 10 NAI
CORPORATION
CORPORAflON
PMazganipmcos.com
PMazganipmcos. com
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Linda Northrup, Counsel for Valle5y Aihambra
PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009
700)
(4009700)
Northrup Schlueter
31365 Oak Crest Drive, Suite 250
250
WestlakeVillage, CA 91361
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Telephone: 818-707-2600
Facsimile: 818-707-2675
[email protected]
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SPECIFIC ACTION OF THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD THAT PETITIONER
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REQUESTS THE STATE WATER BOARD REVIEW
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Petitioner requests review of the August 5, 2010 Order issued by the Regional Water
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Board to Petitioner Leggett & Platt. The Order requires the submittal of technical reports,
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additional soil vapor sampling, the preparation of a human health risk assessment and semi-
11
annual groundwater sampling, as specified in the August 5, 2010 Order, pursuant to Water Code
12
Section 13267. A copy of the August
August 5,
5, 2010
2010 Order
Order isis attached
attached hereto
heretoas
asExhibit
ExhibitA.
A.
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DATE OF THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD ACTION
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The Order is dated August 5, 2010.
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OHARA
O1ARA &
SAMUELIAN, A
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
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STATEMENT OF REASONS WHY THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD'S
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ACTION WAS INAPPROPRIATE OR IMPROPER
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This Petition presents factual and legal issues that also form the basis of SWRCB/OCC
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File Nos. A-1936 and A-1981, which currently are being held in abeyance. Petitioner
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incorporates herein Sections V and VIII of its July 10, 2008 Petition, relevant portions of the July
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10, 2008 Linkletter
Linidetter Declaration, Sections Yl and IX of its December 24, 2008 Petition, and
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relevant portions of the December 22, 2008 Linkletter Declaration, which are attached hereto as
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Exhibits B, C, H and I, respectively. Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold this
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Petition in abeyance for the maximum time period permitted or until reactivated by Petitioner. If
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the need arises, Petitioner will seek to reactivate both this Petition and the two prior petitions, and
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request a single hearing on all three matters. Petitioner reserves its right to supplement this
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Petition with a further statement of reasons if the Petition is reactivated.
-6PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
11
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MANNER IN WHICH THE PETITIONER IS AGGRIEVED
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Petitioner is aggrieved by the August 5, 2010 Order because: (1) closure should have been
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issued with restrictive covenants when requested by Valley Aihambra
Alhambra in January 2007; (2) the
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wrongftilly issued to Leggett & Platt without any determination that
August 5, 2010 Order was wrongfully
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Leggett & Platt is a PRP as to the Site; and (3) the August 5, 2010 Order imposes an excessive
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and unnecessary financial burden on Valley Alhambra and/or Leggett & Platt.
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THE SPECIFIC ACTION THAT PETITIONER REQUESTS THE STATE BOARD
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TAKE
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Petitioner requests that the June 11, 2008 Order, the November 25, 2008 Order, and
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August 5, 2010 Order be rescinded in their entirety on the grounds that they are beyond the scope
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of the investigation necessary to characterize the Site for closure. The State Water Board should
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direct the Regional Water Board to issue a closure letter for the Site.
Alternatively, Leggett & Platt requests that the June 11, 2008 Order, the November 25,
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2008 Order, and August 5, 2010 Order be amended to remove Leggett & Platt as the recipient of
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the Orders and/or
andlor to strike any reference to Leggett & Platt as a PRP for the Site.
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Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold this Petition in abeyance for the
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maximum time period permitted or until reactivated by Petitioner. Petitioner reserves the right to
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request further action authorized by Water Code Section 13320 if the Petition is reactivated.
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OHARA &
SAMUELIAN, A
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
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STATEMENT OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT OF LEGAL
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ISSUES RAISED IN THIS PETITION
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Petitioner incorporates herein Section VIII of its July 10, 2008 Petition, relevant portions
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of the July 10, 2008 Linkletter Declaration, IX of its December 24, 2008 Petition, and relevant
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portions of the December 22, 2008 Linldetter
Linkletter Declaration, which are attached hereto as Exhibits
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B, C, H and I, respectively.
In addition to the substantive legal arguments incorporated by reference from the prior
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-7PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
1
Petition further identifies the following objections to the August 5, 2010 Order:
The reports requested by No. 1 and 4 of the August 5, 2010 Order cannot
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be provided until the all the soil gas samples have been collected as set forth in No. 2.
4
The technical data obtained from the ENVIRON December 2008/January 2009
5
investigation, which was submitted by email to David Young of the Regional Water
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Board on January 15, 2010, is insufficient to prepare the technical report requested in No.
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1 or to prepare the HHRA requested in No. 4 since by virtue of the August 5, 2010 Order
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additional soil gas samples are required to delineate the Site.
The cost of preparing reports with incomplete data is prohibitive and
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outweighs any perceived benefit derived from the reports.
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The resumption of groundwater testing and subsequent semi-annual
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reporting set forth in No. 5 will require the installation of new groundwater wells as the
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Regional Water Board authorized the abandonment of the wells in 2004. The Board
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admits as much in No. 2 of the Order.
Leggett & Platt Incorporated has never owned, leased or operated the Site
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and has exhausted the settlement funds which it administered for the investigation and
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remediation of the Site. It is not a proper party to the Regional Water Board Orders
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Billheimer Declaration) The Regional Water Board
commencing in June of 2008. (See Biliheimer
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has presented no evidence to the contrary. The Petitioner reserves the right to supplement
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this Petition or present additional evidence to rebut any and all evidence presented by the
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Regional Water Board intended to establish that Leggett & Platt, Incorporated is a
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responsible party within the meaning of Water Code Section 13267.,
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X.
x.
STATEMENT OF SERVICE OF PETITION TO THE REGIONAL WATER
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BOARD
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A copy of this Petition has been sent to the Regional Water Board.
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLAAK OHARA &
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SAMUELIAN, A
PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
PETITION
PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
XI.
STATEMENT THAT THE SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES RAISED IN THE PETITION
HAVE BEEN RAISED BEFORE THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD
Petitioner and Valley Aihambra
Alhambra are engaged in an ongoing dialogue with the Regional
Water Board relating to the investigation of soil and groundwater at and about the Site, including
the August 5, 2010 Order. Thus, Petitioner requests that this Petition be held in abeyance
pursuant to
to Title
Title 23
23 of
of the
the California
California Code
Codeof
ofRegulations,
Regulations,Section
Section205
2050.5(d),
pending further
further
pursuant
0.5(d), pending
good faith discussions between Petitioner, Valley Aihambra
Alhambra and the Regional Water Board.
BOARD FOR PREPARATION OF THE
REQUEST TO THE REGIONAL BOAR])
RECORD
Petitioner is requesting that the Regional Water Board prepare the record, including
available tape recordings and transcripts, for the hearing on this Petition. A copy of Petitioner's
request to the Regional Water Board
Board for
for preparation
preparation of
of the
the record
record isisattached
attachedhereto
heretoas
asExhibit
Exhibit N.
N.
In light of the ongoing dialogue with the Regional Water Board, as well as Petitioner's request
that this Petition be held in abeyance to allow further consideration of these matters by the
Regional Water Board, Petitioner reserves the right to request that the Regional Water Board
supplement the Regional Water Board record prepared pursuant to the attached request with
additional and further information and documents submitted to or generated by the Regional
Water Board following the preparation of the record by the Regional Water Board as requested by
N hereto.
hereto. Moreover,
Moreover, pursuant to Water Code
Exhibit N
Exhibit
Section 13320(b) and Title 23 of the
the
California
0.6(a), Petitioner requests that the State
California Code
Code of
of Regulations
Regulations section
section 205
2050.6(a),
State Water
Water Board
Board
supplement the record before it. Petitioner will advise the State Water Board more specifically in
this regard once the Regional Water Board has prepared the record and Petitioner knows what
matters have not been included.
included.
REQUEST FOR EVIDENTIARY HEARING
In accordance with Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations section 2050.6(b) and
PARKER MILLIKEN
MILLIKEN
CLARK OHARA &
2052(c), Petitioner respectfully requests that the State Water Board hold a hearing to consider this
RAMUELIAN, A
SAMUaLN,
A
PROFESSIONAL
PR
OF ESS 10 NAI
CORPORATION
CORPORATION
-9PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
(4009 700)
11
Petition. At the hearing, Petitioner may present additional evidence that was not available to the
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Regional Water Board at the time the Order was issued or when this Petition is submitted,
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including, but not limited to, supplethental
supplemental declarations from ARCADIS prepared after the
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completion of its work on the pending investigation. In addition, Petitioner requests permission
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at any hearing: (1) to present oral argument on the legal and policy issues raised by this Petition;
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and (2) to present to the State Water Board factual and technical information in the Regional
7
Water Board's files which may have been overlooked by the Regional Water Board. Given that
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this Petition presents factual and legal issues that also form the basis of SWRCB/OCC File Nos.
9.
A- 1936 and A- 1981, which currently are being held in abeyance, Petitioner requests a single
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hearing on all three matters if reactivated.
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XIV. REQUEST FOR STAY
In accordance with Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations section 2053(a),
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Petitioner requests a stay of the August 5, 2010 Order. Compliance with the August 5, 2010
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Order will cause substantial harm to the Petitioner, including the cost of compliance with the
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Order, which will be excessive as set forth the Linidetter
Linkletter Declaration filed in December of 2008
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and attached as Exhibit Ito this Petition. Moreover, in order to comply with the timelines
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established by the August 5, 2010
2010 Order,
Order, the
the bUlk
bulk of these costs will be incurred by Petitioner
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prior to a hearing on the Petition by the State Water Board unless a stay is granted.'
By contrast, there will be no substantial harm to the public interest or other interested
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parties if a stay is granted because investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring, as
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well as a prior risk assessment, confirm that the current conditions at the Site do not pose a
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significant risk to human health or the environment. Indeed, the Regional Water Board has
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previously indicated that the Site was ready for closure.
Finally, there exist substantial questions of fact and law regarding the propriety of the
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August 5, 2010 Order, including, inter alia, Leggett & Platt' s contention that the Regional Water
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'Alternatively,
Alternatively,Petitioner
Petitionermay
maybe
beplaced
placedin
inthe
theposition
position of
of having
having to
to incur
incur substantial
substantial fines
fmes or
or
penalties for failing to comply with the Regional Water Board order pending a hearing on their
Petition.
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OHARA &
SAMUELIAN, A
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
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PETITION FOR REVIEW
REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
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Board is without authority to issue a Section 13267 Order against Leggett & Platt and Petitioner's
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contention that the cost of compliance with the August 5, 2010 Order does not bear a reasonable
3
relationship to the need for the
the additional
additional scope
scope of
of work and the benefits to be obtained
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therefrom.
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Based upon these reasons, as well as the other contentions set forth in this Petition,
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Petitioner requests a stay of the August 5, 2010 Order pursuant to Title 23 of the California Code
7
of Regulations section 205
3(a). Petitioner
Petitioner requests
requests a hearing on its request for stay to present
2053(a).
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declarations
further relevant evidence and arguments, including, but not limited to, supplemental declarations
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from ARCADIS prepared after the completion of its work on the pending investigation. Petitioner
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July 10,
10, 2008 Petition, relevant portions of the July 10,
also incorporates herein Section VIII of its July
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24, 2008 Petition, and relevant portions of the
2008 Linidetter
Linldetter Declaration, IX of its December 24,
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Linldetter Declaration, which are attached hereto as Exhibits B, C, H and I,
December 22, 2008 Linkletter
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respectively.
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XV.
REQUEST THAT PETITION BE
BE HELD
HELD IN
IN ABEYANCE
hold this Petition in abeyance pursuant to
Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold
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Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 2050(d) or 2050.5(d), pending further
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good faith discussions between Petitioner, Valley Alhambra and the Regional Water Board. In
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this regard, Petitioner notes that the State Water Board has previously granted Petitioner's
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A-i 936 and A-1981) in abeyance
requests to hold the related Petitions (SWRCB/OCC File Nos. A-1936
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based upon the same facts and circumstances. Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold
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time period permitted or until reactivated by
by
this Petition in abeyance for the maximum time
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Petitioner. Petitioner will promptly notice the State Water Board when it is ready to reactivate
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the right to supplement this Petition if the
and have its Petition considered. Petitioner reserves the
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State Water Board does not grant Petitioner's request for abeyance or should the Petition be
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reactivated in the future.
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK OlIARA
OIIARA &
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XVI. CONCLUSION
SAMUELIAN. A
PROFESSIOKAL
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
PETITION FOR REVIEW
3687013
(4009700)
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For the foregoing reasons, Petitioner respectfully submits that the issuance of the August
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5, 2010 Order was improper, inappropriate, unlawful, and not supported by substantial evidence.
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Petitioner respectfully requests that the State Water Board grant this Petition and review the
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Regional Water Board's action in issuing the August 5, 2010 Order. However, until such time
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that Petitioner requests the State Water Board to reactivate this Petition, Petitioner requests that
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the State Water Board hold this Petition in abeyance.
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DATED: September 2, 2010
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PARKER, MILLIKEN, CLARK, O'HARA &
SAMUELIAN
A Professional Corporation
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2-'CW
2'CW
By:TZ4fOAC. DONNELLANV
By:TZ2
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Attorneys for Petitioner
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Leett & Platt, Incorporated
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PARKER MILLIKEN
CLARK O'HARA &
SAMUELIAN, A
SAMUELIM,
PR OF E SS IC NAI
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
CORPORA11ON
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California Regional Water Quality Control Board
Los Angeles Region
.
Linda S. Adams
S..
320W. 4th Street,'Suite
Street,Suite 200,
200, Los
Los Angeles,
Angeles, California
California 90013
90013
Phone (213) 576-6600 FAX (213) 576-6640 - Internet Address: http://www.waterboards.oa.gov/losangeles
http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/losangeles
Axnold
Schwarzenegger
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Cal/EPA Secretary
Governor
August 5, 2010
Mr. Robert Anderson
Staff Vice President Environmental Affairs
Leggett and Platt, Inc.,
Inc..
One Leggett Road
Carthag; MO
Carthage,
MO 64836
CONDrrI0NAL APPROVAL
CONDITIONAL
APPROVALOF
OFWORK
WORKPLAN
PLAN ADDENDUM
ADDENDUM FOR ADDITIONAL
INVESTIGATION OF GROUNDWATER
GROUINOWATERAND
ANDSOIL
SOILGAS
GASPURSUANT
PURSUANTTO
TOCALIFORNIA
CALIFO1NIA
WATER CODE 13267 ORDER -. VALLEY ALRAMBRA PROPERTY, 4900 VALLEY
BOULEVARD, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CALTFO1NIA (SCP
(SCP NO.
NO. 0967,
0967, SITE
SITE ID
ID 204DJ00)
204DJ00)
Dear Mr. Anderson:
The California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region (Regional Board) is the State
regulatory agency responsible for protecting water quality in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. To
accomplish this, the Regional Board issues investigative orders authorized by Porter Cologne Water
Qtality Control
Qt'iality
ControlAct
Act(California
(CaliforniaWater
WaterCode
Code[CWC],
[CWC],Division
Division7);
7); The
The Regional
Regional Board
Board issued
issued aa CWC
CWC
section 13267 Order to you dated November 25, 2008 (Order), conditionally approving a work plan for
additional investigation of impacted soil gas and groundwater at the subject site .(Site)
andrequiring
requiring
(Site) and
submittal of technical documents following completion
completion of
of the
the approved
approved work.
work. The
The approved
approvedfield
fieldwork
work
was completed in December 2008. On January 16, 2009, Regional Board staff conducted an inspection at
the Site and held a'
meeting with
with the
the former
former consultant
consultant for
for the
the project
project and
and legal
legal representatives
representatives from
from
a meeting
Parker, Milliken, Clark, OHara
OHara &
& Samueliah,
Samuelian, and
and Northxi.ip
Northrup Schlueter,
Sclilueter,to
todiscuss
discussthe
the preliminary
preliminary results
results
from the completed investigation work. During this inspectionlmeeting Regional Board staff concurred
that an addendum to the original work plan dated November 14, 2008, could be prepared for additional
investigation and
ana delineation of impacted soil gas and groundwater. The purpose in submitting an
addendum to the drjginal
driginal work plan was to allow additional investigation to continue in a timely manner
o the x:esults
couldbe
becombined
combined with
with the
the December
December 2008 investigation
so
results could
investigation data.
data.
.
Regional Board staff has received and reviewed the document titled Work Plan Addendum for Additional
Soil Gas and Gi'oundwater
Groundwater Site Closure Sampling (Addendum),
(Addendum), dated
dated June
June 1,
1, 2010,
2010, prepared
prepared by
byyour
your
consultant Arcadis. The Addendum proposes collection of two additional grab groundwa,ter
groundwater samples
sampleson
on
Valley Boulevard
Boulevard located
located northwest
northwest(downgradient)
(downgradient)ofofthe
theformer
formerdip
diptank
tankand'
andunderground
underround storage
tanks at the Site; three additional
additional soil
soil gas
gas samples
samples will
will be
be collected
collectedfrom
fromthe
thearea
area'where
where the
the highest,
highest
duringthe
the previous
previous
detected . .during
concentrations of chlorinated volatile organic compounds were detected
concentrations
investigation; all on-Site groundwater monitoring wells will be sampled; and, a human health risk
assessment (HERA)
(HERA) w.11
will be
be prepared
prepared and
and submitted to the Regional
Regional Board.
Board.
Based on our review of the Addendum and other file documents, we approve the Addeiidum,
Addeildum, provided
the following requirements are met:
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Regional Board staff has not received a. technical report following the previous phase of
investigation completed at the Site in December 2008. This technical report
report was due to the
Regional Board on March 3 1, 2009, and is considered delinquent, as indicated in the Notice of
Violation (NOV) issued to you on May 27, 2009 (enclosed). The Addendum includes figures that
reference data from the December 2008 investigation, however, we have not received laboratory
reports to verify the referenced
referenced values.
values. Therefore,
Theiefore, you
you are
are requ.ired
required to provide aa techniàal
technical report
documenting the results of the work completed during the December 2008 investigation
(including laboratdry
laboratoly reports, field data sheets, geophysical logs and/or data, etc.). This report is
past-due and must be submitted
submitted to
to the
the Regional
Regional Board
Board immediately
immediatelyto
tominimize
minimizethe
thepenalties
penalties that
that
maybe
may
be assessed.
assessed.
Based on the December 2008 soil gas data referenced in the Addendum, Regional Board staff has
determined that the soil gas plume has not been delineated. Additional soil,
soil vapor sampling
locations are needed beyond what is proposed in the Addendum to determine the lateral extent of
soil gas contamination. Although
Ajthough the plume appears to migrate off-Site beneath the railroad
property to the southeast and the adjacent property to the west, thus limiting access for off-Site
investigation during this phase.of
phase.of assessment,
assessment, additional
additiänal soil
soil gas
gas samples
samples must
mustbe
becollected
collectedfrom
from
on-Site in the areas of monitoring wells MW-4 and MW-5
MW-S and within the building in the areas of
SG-1 01,.SG-104,
SG-1 04,
andSG-105.
SG-1 05.
The
samplingmethodology
methodologyand
andlaboratory
laboratoryanalysis
analysisforadditional
for. additioial
.SG-l0l,.
and
The
sampling
soil gas samples should be consistent with the work proposed in the Addendum.
Following the completion of
of the
the field
field work
work and
and laboratory
laboratoryanalyses
analysesproposed
proposedininthe
theAddendum,
Addendum, a
report presenting the results of the additional soil gas and groundwater sampling shall be
submitted to the Regional Board
Board by
by November
November 8;
8, 2010.
2010. IfIf itit isis detennined
detenninedthat
thatthe
thesoil
soil gas plume
has not been defined based on the results of the proposed investigation and required additional
soil ,gas
gas sampling
sampling indicated
indicated in
in comment
comment 2' (abbve),
(abOve),or
orififcontamination
contamination isis detected
detected in
in groundwater
groundwater
samples above the California
California drinking
drinking water
water Maximum
Maximum Contaminant
ContaminantLevels
Levelsininthe,
the,proposed
proposedOffoff-
Site sampling locations, you are required to submit a work plan for additional soil gas
investigation and/or additional
additional investigation
investigation and
and installation
installation of
ofgrouaidwater
groundwater monitoring wells
wells
extent of
of the,
the soil gas 'and/or groundwater
groundwater plumes
plumes are
are determined.
determined.This
This.vork
vork plan
plan (if
(if
until the extent
necessary) 'shall
necesàry),
shall be subnitted
submittedtotothe
theRegional
RegionalBoard
Boardfor
for°review
review and approval by November 8,
2010.
According to the idd,end'um,
Addendum, an HHRA
BHRA will be prepared and submitted to the Regional Board.
Because the Rdgional Board does not have, a toxicologist on staff, we will request the assistance
of the Office
Office of
of Environmental
EnvironmentalHealth
HealthHazard
HazardAssessment
Assessment(OEKEA)
(OEBHA)
in in
reviewing
reviewing.th
the HELRA
HERA to
enth.ire
protectionofofhuman
humanhealth
healthatatthe
theSite.
Site.Please
Pleaseprovide
provideall
allinput
input data
data (including
(including data
ensré
protection
obtained from the December 2008 soil' gas investigation) and calculations for screening and/or
modeling purposes
ptirposes in this report sothat Regional Board and OEHHA
OEKHA staff can validate the risk
calculations. Please provide us with tWo hard copies of the HHRA. One of these copies will be
forwarded to OEHHA for review.
review. The'
The following document can be referenced
referenced for
for completion
completion of
of a
site-specific vapor intrusion evaluationl}]HRA:
evaluationlHHRA: "Interim Final Guidance for the Evaluation and
Mitigation of Subsurface
Subsurface Yapor
apor Intrusion to Indoor Air", dated December 15, 2004 (revised
February 7, 2005), or the latest version, prepared by the Department of Toxic Substances Control.
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The HHRA is past-due and must be subtuitted
submitted to the Regional Board immediately to minimize
be assessed.
assessed.
the penalties that may
maybe
5.. As directed in the Order, you were required to resume monitoring of all new and existing
groundwater wells
wells at
at the
theSite
Site according to the following
following semi-annual
semi-annualschedule:
schedule:
.
Report Period
Report Due t)ate
January
June
JanuaryJune
July 31st
July
31
January
3l
January 31
July - December
grounthvater monitoring
monitoring reports
reports for
for the
the second
second half
half of
of 2008,
2008, all
all of
of
The required semi-annual groundwater
2009, and the first half of 2010, are considered delinquent as indicated in theNOV dated May
27, 2009. All future semi-annual groundwater monitoring evelits
events must comply with the schedule
specified in the Order to avoid additional violations and potential civil liabilities.
6.
P1ase
fieldwork.
Please notif'
notifythe
theRegional
RegionalBoard
Boardatatleast
least10
10 working
working days
days prior
prior to the start of fieldwork.
The requirement to submit the above mentioned technical report and work plan is an amendment to the
existing CWC section 13267
13267 Order
Order issued
issued by
by the
the Regional
Regional Board
Boardon
onNovember
November25,
25,2008.
2008.Pursuant
Pirsuant to
section 13268 of the CWC, failure to submit the required technical reports by the specified due dates may
result in civil
ci,'il liability administratively imposed by the Regional Board in an amount up to one thousand
dollats
dollars ($1000)
($1000) for
for each
each day
day the
the technical
technical reports
reports are
are not
not received.
received.
All future
ftiture technical
technical reports
reports required
required pursuant
pursuantto
tà CWC
CWC sectiori
section 13267
13267 Orders
Orders shall
shall contain
containthe
thefollowing
following
Theperjury
perjurystatement
statementshall
shall be
be signed
signed by
by you or someone acting on
completed perjury statement
statement (below).
(blow). The
your behalf as a senior authorized representative (and not by a consultant). It shall be in the following
format:
..
"I
[Name],do
do'hereby
hereby declare,
declare, under
under penalty
penalty of
of perjury
perjury under
under the
the laws
laws of
of the
the State
State of
of California,
California, that
that II a9i
"I[Namej,
aip
[Job Title] for [Name of Responsible
Responsible Party/Discharger],
Party/Discharger], that
thatIIam
amauthorized
authorizedtotoattest
attesttotothe
theveracity
veracityofo'
the information contained in
in the
the reports
reports described
described herein,
hrein, and
andthat
that the
the information
information contained
contained in
in [Name
and Date of Report] is true and correct, and that this. declaration was executed at [Place], [State], on
{Date]."
[Date]."
feel free.
to contact
contact Mr.
Mr. David
David Young
Young at
at (213)
(213) 576-6733,
576-6733, or via
If you have any questions, please fee!
free.to
email at dyoung(waterboards.ca.gov,
dyouug(waterboards.ca.gov.
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amuel Unger,
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Enclosure:
Regional Board Notice of Violation dated May 27, 2009
cc:
Mr. Gordon Biliheimer,
Billheimer, Leggett & Platt
Ms. Linda Northruj),
Northrup, Northrup Schiueter
Mr. Gary
Gary Herman,
Herman, S.D.
S.D.Herman
HennanCo.
Co.
Milliken Clark,
Mr. Gary Meyer, Parker, Milliken,
Clark, OTHara & Samuelian
Ms. Joan
JoaiaDonnellan,
Donnellan,Parker,
Parker,Milhiken,
Milhiken,Clark,
Clark,O'Hara
Oara & Samuelian
Mr. Robert Ruscitto, Arcadis
August .5, 2010
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Linda S. Adams
Arnold Schwarzenegger
ArnoI4
CaVEPA Secretary
Governor
May27,
May
27, 2009
Mr. Robert Anderson
Leggett and Platt, Inc.
One Leggett Road
Carthage, MO 64836
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NOTICE OF VIOLATION
VIOLATION -- FAILURE
FAILtJIE TO. SUBMIT TECHNICAL
TECHNICAL REPORTS
REPORTS PURSUANT
PURSUANTTO
TO
CALrFORNL4LWATER
CALrFORNL4.
WATERCODE
CODESECTION
SECTION 13267
13267 ORDER
ORDER -- VALLEY
VALLEY ALRAMBRA PROPERTY,
4900 VALLEY BOULEVARD,
BOULEVARD, LOS
LOS ANGELES,
ANGELES, CALifORNIA
CALifORNIA(SC?
(SC?NO.
NO.0967,
0967,SITE
SITE1])
ID
204DJ00)
Dear Mr. Anderson:
Desr
Anderson:
The California Regional Water Quality control
ControlBoard,
Board,Los
LosAngeles
AngelesRegion
Region(Regional
(RegionalBoard),
Board),isisthe
the
ound and surface
stirface Water
water quality
public agency with the primary
primary responsibility
responsibility for
for the
the protection
protectionof
ofgrouiad
quality
within major portions of Los Ange1e and.
and Ventura
VenturaCounties,
Counties,including
includingthe
thereferenced
referencedsite:
site:
On November 25, 2008, the Regional Board Executive Officer issued you the enclosed California Water
Code (CWC) section 13267 Order (Order) directing you to submit the following technical reports:
A Semi-annual (July through December 2008) groundwater monitoring report due by January 31, 2009;
A vapor inthasion
intrusion evaluation using site specific
speciEc physical
physical and
and chemical
chemical data
data due
due by
byMarch
March31,
31,2009;
2009;
. A site conceptual
concept.ialmodel
model(SCM)
(SCM)due
duebyMarch3l,
by March31, 2009;
2009; and,
.4.
An assessment
assessment report
rept presenting
presentingthe
theresults
resultsofofsoil
soilgas
gasand
andgroundwater/lithologic
groundwater/lithologic investigation
investigation due
byMarch3l,
byMarch 31, 2009.
2009.
S
site;
To date, the Regional Board has not received any of the referenced technical reports for the site.
You are hereby notified that you have violated California Water Code section 13267 by failing to
submit the above technical reports according to the schedule specified in the Order dated
November 25,2008.
The Regional Board is aware
awar that
thatyour
yourattorney
attorneyhas
haspetitioned
petitioned the
the Order
Order with
with the
the State
State Water
Water Resources
Control
Control Board
Board Office
Office of
of Chie'
Chie Counsel (0CC) and
and that
that the
the 0CC
0CC is
is -- at
at your
your attorney's
attorney'srequest
request--holding'
holding
the matter
mattr ininabeyance
abeyancefor
for22years
yearsfrom
fromthe
thedate
dateof
ofthe
thepetition
.petition(December
(December23,
23,2008).
2008).However,
However,you
you'are
are
required to comply with the directives and specified due dates issued in the Order.
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Valley AThaanbra
Aihaanbra Property
Property
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May 27, 2009
May27,
Regional Board
Board the authority to reqi4re,
require, under penalty of
Section 113267
the Regional
3267 of
of the
the CWC provides th
perjury,
perjIy, all
allneeded
neededtechnical
technicaland
andmonitoring
monitoringprogram
program reports
reports for
for investigating
investigating the
the quality of any waters
of the
jhe State..
Pursuant to sectiOn
seetfon 13268 of the CWC, you are now subject
ubject totothe
theimposition
impositionof
ofcivil
civilliability
liability penalties
penalties
by the Rgional Board in an amount up to one thousand dollars ($1,000) for each daythat you are out of
faiime to
to
compliance with the Order.
Order. These
These civil
civil liabilities
liabilities may
may be
be assessed
assessedby
bythe
theRegional
RegionalBoard
Boardfor
forfailure
and without further
further warning.
warnmg. Please
Please
ccurred, and,without
comply, beginning with the
th date
dateth'at
that the
the violations
violations first 2ccurred,
the penalties
penalties that may be assessed.
submit the required documents as soon as possible to
to nifnimi7e
nifnim7e the
The Regional Board may also
also request
request that
that the
the United
United States
States Attorney,
Attorney,apprOpriate
appropriate county
county District
District
Attorney, or City Attorney
Attorney seek
seek criminal
criminal prosecution.
prosecution. A
A superior
superiorcourt
courtmay
maybe
be requested to impose civil
civil
or criminal penalties.
via
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mr. David Young at (213) 576-6733, or via
email
dVoun(waterboards.cagov.
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Bnclosue:
Enclosure:
Regional Board
Regional
Board CWC
WC 13267
13267Order
Orderdated
dated November
November 25, 2008
Cc:
Mr. Gordon.
Gordon Bilheiiner,
Biuieiiner, Leggett
Leggett &
& Platt
Platt
Ms. Linda NorthnLp,
Northrup, Northrup
Northrup Scblueter
Mr. Gary
Herman, S.D.
Herman Co.
GaryHerman,
S.D.HernmnCo.
Mr. Gary
Gary Meyer,
Meyer, Parker,
Parker,Milliken,
Milliken,Clark,
Clark,OHara&
Oara& Sarnueliaii
Samuelian
Ms. Joan
Joan Donnellan,Parker,
Donnellan,Parker,Milliken,
MilhikenClark,
Clark,O'Hara
O'Hara&&Samuelian.
Saniuelian.
Ms.
Dr. George Linkletter, Environ
Mr. Eddie Arslanian,
Arsianian, Environ
Environ
Ms. Seetna
Seema Sutarwala, Environ
California Environmental Protection Agency
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Arnold Schwarzenegger
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CaJ,EPA Secretary
Governor
November 25,2008
.Nvember252OO8
Mr. Robert Anderson
Leggett and.
and Platt,
Platt, Inc.
One Leggett Road
Carthage,
Carthage, MO
MO 64836
64836
CONDITIONAL APPROVAL OI
O1 WORK
WORK PLAN
PLAN FOR
FOR ADDITIONAL
ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION
PURSUANT
PDRSUANT TO
TO CALIFORNIA
CALIFOR]IA. WATER CODE SECTION 13267 ORDER - VALLEY
ALHAMBRA 'PROPERTY,.
ALHAMBRA
PROERTY,. 4900
4900VALLEY
VALLEYBOtLEVAI&D,
B4OtLEVAI&D,LOS
LOSANGELES,
ANGELES,CAJJFORNIA
CAJJFORNIA
(SLXC NO. 0967,
0967, SITED)
SITED) 204DJ00)
204DJ00)'
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Dear Mi.
Dear
Mr.Anderson:
Andersn:
(
Lo Angeles
Los
AngelesRegional
RegionalWater
WaterQuality
Q1iiy Control
Control Board
Board (Regional
(Regional Board) staff has received and reviewed
document litled Work
2008,
the doc'umeaFtitled'
Work Plan
Plan for Addtonal
.4ddttionalInvesilgations
Investigations(Work
(WorkPlan),
Plan),dated.
dated November 14, 2008
própared by
própazed
by Environ
Environ Tnteftitiona1
Inteftitional Corporation
Corporation (Environ),
(Ernthon). The
The Work
Work Plan
Plan was prepared in respons8
response to. the
the
Regional Board's
Boards fune
fune 11,
11, 2008,
2008, California
California Water
Water Code
Code (QWC)
(QWC) section
section 13267
13267 order
order (Order)(enclosèd).
(Order)(enclosèd).
drecthg you
directing
youtotosubmit
submitaaconceptual
conceptualsjte
sitemodel,
model, aa work
work plan
plan.for
foradditional
additionalsoil
soil gas
gas and
and grou,adwater
groundwater
investigation
intrusi'on eyaluation.
evaluation. ]n
Li addition, the Order directed
investigation on
on and'
and Offsite, and a vap9r'
vapor intrusion
directed you
you to
to
resum grouwatèr
groundwater
naoriitoring
naonitorinonona asemi-azxnual
semi-annual basis.
basis.
Planproposes advancing 10 borings
borings on
on site
site to
tocollect
collectpoll
soil vapor
vaporsamples
samples,from
from approximately
approximately5
The Work PIan'proposes
5
feet below ground surfaqe
surfac.e '(bgs).
(bgs). These proposed.
proposed sampling
samplinglocations
locationsare
areilL
in the
the viofitity
vicithty of the former dip
and fothler
tank and.
fothier underground
underground storage
storage tanks. 'Environ
indicates that
that the soil gas analytical data will
Environ indicates
wili be
compare.with the
niorcial/industrial
Health Screening
ScreeningLevels
Levels(CEEISLs)
(CEaSLs) and, if
compared.with
thecor
comniercial/indi
strial California
California Human Health
necessarr,a vapor
]h addition,
a&lition, the Work Plan
Plaziproposes
proposescollection
collection
necessarr,,a
vaporth.trusion
intrusion evaluation will be prepared. In
hydropunch from five off-site locations to determine
of grab groundwater samples via hydropuiich
etermine ifif groundwater
gmundwater
impacte4 by
impacted
by releases°ofyolatile
releasesofivolatileorganic
organiccompounds
compoumds
(VOCs)
(VOCs)
hashas
migrated
nigrated
beneath
beneath
thethe
adjacent
adjacent
property.
prerty.
Based.on
Based
on our
our review
review of
of the
the WbrkPlan
Wrk Plan and
and other
oiher1e
1e documents, we approve the Work
WorkPlan,
Plan, pm'vided
prqvided the
following conditions are met:
1.
To asess residual VOCs in soil vapo
vaporaaiorornear
nearthe
theformer
fozier.source
sourceareas,
areasadditional
adthtionalsoil
soilvapor
vapbr
sampliflg locations are needed beyond what is proposed
sampling
proposed in
in the
the Work
Work Plan.
Plan. Specifically,
Specifically,you
youaré
are'
requirdtotocollect
requbç
collect.à.àéóil
sail's?apor
vapor sample
sampleatat 5feet
feetbgs
bgsininthe
thearea
areao othe
theprevious,
previoussoil
soilsampling
saplin
location identified
location
identi.ed as SB6 (adjacent
(adjacent to
tofonner
foer paint
paintdip
diptank).
tank).Furthermore,
Furthermore, one
one additional
additional soil
vapor 'sample
sample must
must be
be collected
collecte,datat55feet
feetbgs
bgsin.
in.close
closeproximity
proximity to
to the
the previous
previous soil
soil vapor
vapor
sampling location identified
identified as
as SG-7
SG-7 (adjacent
(adjacent to
to the
the former
formermethylene
methylenechloride
chloridedip
diptank).
trnk).The
The
sampling methodology
methodology and.
and laboratory analysis
analysis for
for these
these additipual
additionalborings/samples
borings/samples§houlcl
hou1d be
consistent with th Work Plan.
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Mr.
ezt Anderson
Mr. Rob
.obert'Andersori
teggett &
& P1att
Platt'
Novemb25,
November
25,2008
2008
2. The'
The: Work
WorkPlan
Planproposes
proposesdrilling
drillingfive
fiveoff-site
offsite borings to approximately
approximately 33 feet
feet beyond
beyond first
first
encountered groundwater,
groundwater. which has historically ranged between 10 to 14 feet below ground
surface. As directed
direoted in the Order, you are required to conduct an investigation o'
o the.
the. physical
physical
proprties ififthe
properties
thesaturated
saturatedzone
zone(nc1ud1g
(includ±pg
laboratory
laboratory
sieve
sieve
analysis
analysis
ofof
soil
soil
matrix
matrbsamples)
samples)Sand
'and
collection of discrete vertical groundwater samples. Investigation of the saturated zone must include
contiiauous coring
cothag until
tintil a competent
continuous
competent clay
clayboundary
boundarywith
withaamini
mininam tbichess
thich.ess of
of 5.
5. feet
feet is
encountered. Mtilti-depth
and discrete
discretegroundwater
groundwatersamples
samplesmust
mustbebecollected
collectedfrom
fromwater
waterbearing
beiing
enc'oimtered.
Multi-depth and
zones
orat.
at. aa niimum
rnh,imum
every
zoñe or
ofofevey
0 feet
if the.
lithology
appears
consistent
0 feet
if the.
lithoiogy
appears
consistent.over
overaa large
large depth
interval.
intervaL
3. If any soil vapor data.from.
data.from the
thepropbsed
propbsedinvestigation
investigationEave
have concex.tratiois
concentrations of
of contamination
contamination above
above
the co.mmerciailrndustrial
conimerciailindusfrial CHHSLs,
CHHSLs,you
youare
arerequirdd
requird tp
tp submit
submit a vaor intrusion human health
risk evaluation to the Regional Board using site specific physical and chemical data. Considering
the delayed field work.the
work.the due
due date
date for
for submittal
submittal of
of the
the vapor
vaporintrcision
intrusion eva1uat.on
evaluation is extended
.from
from December
December 19,
19, 2008
2008 (requfred
(required in
in the
the Order)
Order) to
to March
March31,2009.
31, 2009.This
Thisreport
reprt may
ma' be
beincluded
included
essthent.report (see
with. the ass
assessth.ent.report
(see below)
below) following
fofl6wingcampletion
completionofofthe
thefield
fieldsampling
samplinga2ad
and laboratory
analysis. The Regional BOard
Bdard does
doesnot
nothave
haveaatoxico1ógist
toxicológisiton
onstaff
staffand
andwiUteqiest
willteqiest the
the assistance
assistance
of the California
Ca1ifoxia Office
Officeof
ofEnvironmental
BnvbonmentalHealth
Health'Hazard
HazardMsealiient
Ass esent(OEHHA)
(OEHHA)ininrevfewing
revfewig the
the
vapor intrusion
inision evaluation
evaluationtotoénure
ensure
protection
protectionofofhuman
humanea1tb
iaealtb
at the
at the
site.
site.
Pleas
Please\provide
e\provide au
all
.fput
inputdata
dataand
andcalculations
calculationsfor
forscrening
screning and/or
and/or ndethag
modelingpurposes
purposesininthis
thisreport
reportso
adthat
thatRegional
Regional
Board and OEHHA staff can validate the risk calculations. The following docuñient
document can be
referenced, for
for completion
copletiqn ofofa asit-specffic
site-specific
vapor
vapor
intruion
intruionevaluation:
evaluation:"luterim
"InterimFinal
FinalGuidancg
Guidaho for
the Evaluation and Mitigation
Mitigation of
of Subsurface
Subsurface Vapor
VapdrInthsion
IutftisiontotoIndoor
IndoorAir",
Aif'. dated
dated December 15,
2004 (revised
(revised February
february 7, 2005), prepared
prepared by
by 'the
the CHfomia
CRlffomiaDepartment
DepartmentofofToxic
ToxicSubstances
Substances
Coitrol.
ControL
.. ,. ..
.
.
.
.
directedinnthe
theOrder,
Order,you
youwere
wererequired
requfredtotosubmit
submitaasite
siteconceptual
conceptualmodel
model.(SCM)
concuirently
4. AsAsdirected
.(SCM) concurrently
'with the
with
the Work
Work Plan.
Plan. Because
Because the
the Work
Work Plan
Plan does.not
does.not include
include aa SCM,
SCM you are required to prepare,
using
using existing and
and new
new data,
data,and
andinclude'the
include theSCM
SCMininthe
theassessment
ssessmet report
report foUowiai
following additional site
site
investigation due
investigation
due by
by'March
March 31,
31, 2009.
2009.The
Thegoal8
goals of
ofthe
theSCM
SCMare
aretotoide.tify
identi' how the diEtrthutiôn
distribution of
contaminants insoil,
contmnants'in
soil,soil
soilvapor,
vapor,and
andgroundwater
groundwaterhav
have
changed
changedininspace
spaceand
andtime;
time;potential
potetia1current
current
and future
fiiturerecptors;
receptors; and,'environmental
aiid en'vironmental issues
issuesthat
tbaneedto
need to be addressed.
addressed.
directedinthe
in. the
Order,
you are
required
resume
inonitoxing
edstinggroundwater
gromdwater wells
wells
'5. AsAsdirected
Order,
you.are
required
to to
resume
monitoring
ofof
thethe
existing
at the sith
site according
according to
to the
thesemi-annual
semi-annualschedule
scheduleand
and±equirements
±eqi±emnts specified
specified in
in the
the Order,
Order,with
with
th July,through
July through 'December
December 2008 groundwater
,groundwatermopitoriñg
mopitoririgreport
reportdue
dueto
tothe
th Regional
RegionalBoard.ffo
Board nb
laterthan
later
than January
January Si,
SI, 2009..
6. The
TheWork
WorkPlan
Plaiiindiates
indiates'that
thatEnviron
Environwill
will'update
update its
its previous
previous site
site specific
specific Health
Health anid
and Safety
Safety
(HASP) for
Plan ('HASP)
for the.proposed
the proposed field
field work.
work. Please
Please submit
submit aa copy
copr of the updated HASP for our
records at least 10 days prior to the start of field worlc. This HASP must be onsite during any
work to be completed
completd inin.accordance
accordancewith
withthe
theWork
WorkPlan.
Plan.Furthermore,
Furthermore,a a]iealth
healthand
andsafety
afety
bdefing should b ooñducted
coriducted'
with
with
allall
site
site
personnel,
personnel.onona a4aily
dailybasis,
basis,prior
priortotocommencing
commencing
briefing
fieldwork.
fieldwork.'
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Mr. Robert
M.r.
Robert Anderson
Anderson
Leggett & Platt
November
2008.
November 25,
25,2008.
0
.
.
P1eae notify
Please
notify the
the Regional
Regional Board
Board at
at least
least 10
10 working
working days
days prior
prior to
to the
the start
start of
of fieldwork.
fieldwork.
Fol1owing the
Following,
the completion
completionof
ofthe,
the,field
fieldwork
workand
andlaboratory.
laboratory.analysis,
aiialysis,ananassessment
asesment report
resentthgthe results
thvestigatioi aaSCM.
resenting"the
results;ofofsoil
soilgas
gasand
andgroundwater/lithologic
groundwater/lithologic investigation,
SCM.and
andaavapor
vapor
1ntrusion evaluation,
evaluafion,ififnecessary)
necessaxy shall
sh11 be submitted to the Regional Board no later than Mardi
infrusion
"31,2009.
\ 31, 2009.
,.
'
.
hy&opunch groundwater
As indicated in the Order, based on the results of the hydropwach
grothidwatersampliuig,
sampling,
additionat in'/esigation
in/esgation and
andmulti-depth
multi'.depthmoriitothag
moriitoiiug wells on and
and offsite
offsiteinay
may be required until
unifi
the vertical and lateral extent
of the
groundwatercontamination
contaminationoriginating
originatingfrom
fromthe
thesite
siteare
arefully
fully
the
extentofth
groundwater
defined.
defiuied.
.
.
.
S
.
.
.
au
PurSuant to
Pursuant
to section
section 13267 of the CWO, you are required to submit an
an assssnient
asssment report
reportincluding
includin au
requirçd
required information,
thformation, and
and 'groundwater
grouiidwater monitoring reports
reports according
according to
to the
the schedule
schedule specified
specifiedabove.
above.
Piease provide us with tw
Please
twpbard
h&dcopies
copiesofofthe
theassessment
asessment report..
report.. One
One copy
copy will,
will, be
be forwarded
forwarded to
to the
the
OEBEA for review, if necessary.
.
OBBBA
.
..
Pursuant totosection
Pursuan.t
seclion13268
13268ofofthe
theCWC,
CWC,fail'ue
fathetotosubmi.t
submit the
therequired
requiredtechnical
technicalrepdrts
repdrtsbybythe
thespecified
specied
due, dates
dates ma
may
result
result
in in
civil
civil
liability
liability
administratively
aàistrative1y imposed
imposedby
bythe
theRegional
RegionalBoard
Board
in in
an.an.
amount
aout up
up to
to
one
received.
onó thousand
thousand dollars
dollars ($1000)
($1000) for
for eaàh
each day
day the
the tecbthcal
technical reports
reports are
are not
notreceived,
'
Ariy person
Axiy
person aggrieved
aggrieved by
by this
this 'action
action of the Regional Water Board
Board.may
maypetition
petitionthe
theState
StateWater
WaterBoard
Boardto
to
review the action in accordance
accordafice with
with Water
Wat.erCode
Code section
section 13320
13320 and
and California
California Cbde
Cbde of
of Regulations;
Regu1atioiis title
title
23, sections 2050 and following.
following. Tue
The State
State Water
Water Board.
Board must receive the petition.by
petition.b.' 5:00 p.m., 30 days
alter the
2±ter
thedate
dateofofthis
thisOrder;
Order;except
exceptthat
thatififthe
thethirtieth
thirIeth day
day following
following the
the date
date of
of this
this Order
Order f1IR
f1Is on
on aa
Saturday, Sunday, or state holiday;
holiday, the petition must be received by the State Water Board by 5:00 p.rn
p.m;
Hrg. petitionsmaybe
maybefoimd
found on
on
on the next business day. Copies of the law and regalations
regàlations applicable to fThrgpefitions
the Internet at:
at:http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/public
http:I/www.waterboárds.ca.gov/publionotices/petitions/water
notices/petitions/waterquality
qualityororwill
willbe
beprovided
provided
,
upon request. '
.
.
.
If you have any. questions, please feel free to contact Mr. David Young at (21)
2I3) 576-6733, or via
vi
emaji at dyoimg®waterboards.ca.gov.
dyotmg®waterboards.éa.gov.
Sincer1y,'
Sncer1y1
w
Jf
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TracyLEgoscue
'Executive
Becutive Officer
Offlor
Enclosure:
.Regioa1Board
.Regioal
Board'Order
Order dated
dated Itane
Iuue 1'11,2008
1,2008
C'alfornia
Calfonzia Environmental Protection Agency
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Our riiLs1on
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enhance the quality of Ca4fornIas
Catjfornia' water
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thebenefit
benfltofpre:ent
ofpre:entandflaure
anfi4u,e generallon.
generatlon,
niL1on i c o pre,cerye
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Mr. Robert Anderson
Leggett & Platt
cc;
November25,
November 25, 2008
Mr. Gordon Biliheimer, Leggett & Platt
Ms. Linda Northrup, Northrup
Nortbrup Sch1uter
Mr. Gary Herman, S.D. Herman Co.
Mr. Gary
Clark, O'Hara
O'Hara & Samuèlian
Gary Meyer,
Meyer, Parker,
Parker,MilBken,
MithkenClark,
& Samuelian
Samueian
Milliken,Clark,
Clark,OBara
O'ara &
Ms. Joan
Joali Dbxne11a
DbDneila Parker, Mifliken
Dr. George
George L±nldetter,
Liildetter, Environ
Environ
Mr. Eddie Arslathan,
Arsianian, Environ
Ivls.Seerna
Ivs.
Seerna Sutarwala,
Sutarwala, Environ
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Joan C. Donnellan SBN 79462
Gary A. Meyer SBN 94144
Pedram F. Mazgani SBN 204808
PARKER, MILLIKEN, CLARK, O'HARA & SAMUELIAN
A Professional Corporation
555 S. Flower St., 30th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90071-2440
(213) 683-6500
Telephone:
(213) 683-6669
Facsimile:
Attorneys for Petitioner
Leggett & Platt, Incorporated
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
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STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD
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IN
N THE MATTER OF
OF THE
THE PETITION
PETITION
OF LEGGETT & PLATT,
REVIEW OF
OF
INCORPORATED, FOR REVIEW
WATER CODE SECTION 13267
ORDER DATED JUNE 11,2008, BY
THE CALIFORNIA REGIONAL
WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD,
LOS ANGELES REGION,
Petition No.
PETITION FOR REVIEW PURSUANT TO
WATER CODE SECTION 13320 AND 23 C.C.R.
SECTION §2050 ET SEQ.
[Request To Be. Held In Abeyance Under 23
C.C.R. §2050.5(d)]
DECLARATION OF GEORGE LINKLETI'ER IN
SUPPORT THEREOF
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PARKER MILLIKEN
MILUKEN
CLARK OHARA
qHARA &
SAMUELIAN. A
PROFESSIONAL
CORPATION
CORPORATION
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330418 (4009 700)
PETITION FOR REVIEW
DOCS
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I.
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Pursuant to Water Code Section 13320 and Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations,
3
Section 2050 et seq., Petitioner Leggett & Platt, Incorporated, a Missouri corporation ("Leggett &
4
Platt") hereby petitions the State Water Resources Control Board ("State Water Board") for
5
review of a Water Code Section
Section 13267
13267 Order
Order ("Order")
("Order") issued
issuedon
onJune
June11,
11,2008
2008by
bythe
theExecutive
Executive
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Officer of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region ("Regional
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Water Board"), which would require Petitioner to submit a work plan for additional investigation
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of soil gas and ground water at and about 4900 Valley Boulevard, Los Angeles, California
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("Site").
The Site has been subject to years of prior assessment, remediation, and monitoring
10
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activities subject to the oversight
oversight Of
of the Regional Water Board. Indeed, the soil was extracted
extracted in
in
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Site was
was
the area of identified contamination
contamination in
in 1993
1993 and
and subsequently
subsequentlythe
theidentified
identifiedarea
areaon
onthe
theSite
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completely and successfully remediated with a gas vapor extraction process under the supervision
14
of the Regional Water Board. After the gas vapor extraction was completed, the Site was
15
monitored and sampled extensively as instructed by the Regional Water Board. In 2004, the
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of any
any
Regional Water Board authorized removal of the monitoring equipment and the cessation of
17
further investigation or remediation activities at the Site. (See Linkletter Declaration)
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The sole condition to close the Site was the Regional Water Board's request that Valley
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Alhambra (the Site owner) sign a deed restriction. Yet when Valley Alhambra
Aihambra agreed to accept
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closure; rather,
the deed restriction in January
January 2007,
2007, the
the Regional
Regional Water
Water Board
Boardfailed
failedto
toissue
issueaaclosure;
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the Regional Water Board, with no new evidence and with no factual or legal basis, decided to
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issue the Section 13267 Order, essentially re-opening the Site and requiring Petitioner to start the
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investigation and remediation process all over again.
Complying with the Order will require Petitioner to reinstall equipment that the Regional
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PARKER MILLIKEN
MILUKEN
CLARKOHRA
OHARA&
&
CLK
SAMUELIAN. A
SMUELIN.
A
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
INTRODUCTION
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re-perform
Water Board allowed to be shutdown and removed, and
and will
will require
require Petitioner
Petitioner to
to re-perform
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characterization and investigation of the same Site including, without limitation, sampling,
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analysis, reporting, and other work that has already been done and accepted by the Regional
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Water Board. Yet the Regional Water Board has no new evidence or any evidence of any change
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at the Site to justify re-doing what has aheady
already been
been done
done at
at aa previously
previously remediated
remediated Site.
Site. Thus,
Thus,
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pursuant to Water Code Section 13320, Petitioner requests that the State Water Board review the
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Regional Water Board's Section 13267 Order, rescind the Order on the grounds that it is beyond
4
for closure,
the scope of the investigation necessary to characterize the Site fOr
closure,and
anddirect
directthe
the
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Regional Water Board to grant closure of the Site without further unnecessary expenditure by
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Petitioners.
Concurrently with the filing of this Petition, Petitioner will pursue reconsideration of the
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Order by the Regional Water Board. Thus, Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold
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this Petition in abeyance pursuant to Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations, Section
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2050.5(d), pending further good faith discussions between Petitioner and the Regional Water
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Board.
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II.
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Leggett & Platt has acted as the administrator of settlement funds used to fund the
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remediation of the Site pursuant to a settlement agreement between Valley Alhambra and Leggett
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& Platt and Dresher, Inc., its wholly owned subsidiary. The remediation process is documented in
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reports filed with the Regional Water Board by Environ and referred to in George Linkletter's
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Declaration. Notably, the settlement was a resolution of a disputed claim regarding
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contamination at the Site after Leggett & Plait's
Platt's subsidiary Dresher, Inc. vacated the Site in 1991.
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The settlement was intended to terminate expensive protracted litigation in favor of remediating
21
the alleged contamination at the Site. Neither party admitted liability. There has been no finding
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of liability against Leggett & Platt or Dresher, Inc. for contamination at the Site.
Alhambra is the owner of the Site and the real party in interest. Nevertheless, the
Valley Aihambra
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RARKERMILUKRN
RARKER
MILUKN
CLARK O1RA
CLRl(
O1ARA 6
SAMUELIAN.
SN4UELIAN. A
PROF ESS IONAJ
PROFESSIONAl.
NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PETITIONER
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Regional Water Board has issued the Order against Leggett & Plait,
Platt, without naming Valley
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Alhambra. In light of their respective interests in the outcome of the Petition, Leggett & Plait
Aihambra.
Platt (as
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administrator of
administrator
of thern
thesettlement
settlementfund)
fund)and
andValley
ValleyAihambra
Alhambra(filing
(filingaapartial
partialjoinder
joinder as
as the
the owner
owner of
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the Site and an interested party) are jointly concerned about the efficacy of the pending order.
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Thus, all correspondence and other written communications regarding this matter should be
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CORPORATION
DOCS
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addressed as follows:
Mr. Robert Anderson
Leggett & Platt, Incorporated
P.O. Box 757
Number 1 Leggett Road
Carthage, MO 64836
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Gary J. Herman, Sr.
See Partial Joinder filed by Valley Aihambra
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Los Angeles, California
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With copies to:
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Joan C. Donnellan, Esq.,
Esq.,,, Counsel
Counselfor
for Leggett
Leggett &
& Platt
Platt
Gary Meyer, Esq.
Pedram Mazgani, Esq.
Parker, Milliken, Clark, O'Hara & Samuelian
A Professional Corporation
555
555 S.
5. Flower
FlowerSt.,
St.,30th
30 Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2440
Telephone:
(213) 683-6500
Facsimile:
(213). 683-6669
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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Linda Northrup, Counsel for Valley Alhambra
Aihambra
Northrup Schlueter
31365 Oak Crest Drive
Suite 250
WestlakeVillage, CA 91361
WestlalceVillage,
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III.
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SPECIFIC ACTION OF THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD THAT PETITIONER
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REQUESTS THE STATE WATER BOARD REVIEW
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Petitioner requests review of the Section 13267 Order issued by the Regional Water Board
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on June 11, 2008 to Petitioner Leggett & Platt. The Order requires the preparation of a work plan
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for additional investigation of soil gas and ground water at and about the Site pursuant to Water
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Code Section 13267. A copy of the Order is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
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DATE OF THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD ACTION
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The Order is dated June 11, 2008.
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STATEMENT OF REASONS WHY TIlE REGIONAL WATER BOARD'S
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ACTION WAS INAPPROPRIATE OR IMPROPER
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As explained more fully below, the issuance of the Order was beyond the authority of the
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Regional Water Board and was inappropriate, improper and not supported by the record for the
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following reasons:
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The Order contains findings of fact that are not supported by substantial evidence
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in the record;
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Investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring activities, as well as the
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data derived from these activities, evidence that current conditions of the soil and
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ground water at the Site do not pose a substantial risk to human health or the
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waters of the State;
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Given the extensive work performed at the Site over the last 10 years,
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characterization of the Site is sufficient to understand the pre- and post-remedial
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conditions at the Site;
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The burden, including costs of compliance, imposed on Petitioner by the Order
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does not bear a reasonable relationship to the benefits that may be obtained from
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the reports and investigations sought by the Order;
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Valley Aihambra
Alhambra should be included in the 13267 Order as the owner of the
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property located at 4900 Valley Boulevard as Leggett & Platt's
Plafl's Dresher subsidiary
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has not occupied the Site for almost 18 years and has no legal rights to use,
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manage, control, alter, modify or dispose of the Site. Any inclusion of Leggett &
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Plafl in a 13267 Order should be specifically limited to its role as the administrator
Platt
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of the settlement fund pending a determination of its status as a potentially
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responsible party;
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Investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring to date justifies closure of
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the Site without further investigation.
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A more complete explanation of the statement of reasons why the Regional Water Board's Order
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is inappropriate and improper is set for in Section VIII of this Petition, which is incorporated
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herein.
Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold this Petition in abeyance for the
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maximum time period permitted or until reactivated by Petitioner. Petitioner reserves its right to
4
reactivated.
supplement this Petition with a further statement of reasons if the Petition is reactivated.
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MANNER IN WHICH THE PETITIONER IS AGGRIEVED
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(1) Closure should have been issued
issued with
with
Petitioner is aggrieved by the Order because: (1)
8
(2) the
the Section
Section 13267
13267
restrictive covenants when requested by Valley Alhambra in January 2007; (2)
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Leggett & Platt as the presumed responsible party without
Order was wrongfully issued solely to Leggett
l0
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including Valley Alhambra
Aihambra and before any determination that Leggett & Platt was a PRP as to the
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and unnecessary
unnecessary financial burden on Valley
Site; and (3) the Order imposes an excessive and
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Alhambra and on Leggett & Platt (as Fund administrator).
Aihambra
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THE SPECIFIC ACTION THAT PETITIONER REQUESTS THE STATE BOARD
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TAKE
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Petitioner requests that the Order be rescinded in its entirety on the grounds that it is
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beyond the scope of the investigation necessary to characterize the Site for closure. The State
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Water Board should direct the Regional Water Board to issue a closure letter for the Site.
Order be
be amended
amended to
to include
include Valley
Valley
Platt requests that the Order
Alternatively, Leggett & Plait
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Alhambra, the owner of the Site (i.e. 4900 Valley Boulevard property), and to limit the Order's
Aihambra,
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Platt's limited role as the administrator of the
Plait to reflect Leggett & Plait's
application to Leggett & Platt
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Plait until
Site, reserving any order against Leggett & Platt
settlement funds available to remediate the Site,
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to
Leggett & Plait
Platt is a responsible
responsible party
party with
with respect
respect to
the Regional Water Board establishes
establishes that
that Leggett
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the scope of the current order or any subsequent order pertaining to Site investigation or
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characterization.
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abeyance for
for the
the
Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold this Petition in abeyance
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maximum time period permitted or until reactivated by Petitioner. Petitioner reserves the right to
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VIII. STATEMENT OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT OF LEGAL
ISSUES RAISED IN THIS PETITION
A.
APPLICABLE STANDARD OF REVIEW
Any aggrieved person may petition the State Water Board to review an action or failure to
act by a Regional Water Board within 30 days of such action or failure. Water Code § 13320(a).
Pursuant to Water Code section
section 13
13320(c),
320(c), the State Water Board may find that the actions of a
Regional Water Board were inappropriate or improper. Upon finding that the action of a
Regional Water Board, or the failure of a Regional Water Board to act, was inappropriate or
improper, the State Water Board may take the appropriate action, direct the Regional Water
Board to take the appropriate action, and/or refer the issue to another state agency with
jurisdiction. Water Code §§13320(c).
13320(c). The
The State
State Water Board is vested with all the powers of the
Regional Water Board for purposes of taking such actions. Water Code § 13320(c).
Upon a Water Code Section 13320 Petition, the State Water Board must review the
Regional Water Board record to determine if there is sufficient evidence ensuring an appropriate
and proper action by the Regional Water Board. See Water Code § 13320. The State Water Board
is required to make an independent review of the Regional Water Board action to determine
whether the weight of the evidence supports the issuance of the Regional Water Board's order. In
the Matter of the Petition of Exxon Company, US.A., et al. of the Adoption of the Cleanup and
Abatement Order No. 85-066 by the California
Cal fornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central
Valley Region, Order No. WQ 85-7, at p. 10 (standard of State Water Board review under Section
13320 requires independent judgment as to whether the action was reasonable).
In reviewing a decision of a Regional Water Board, the State Water Board is not subject to
the same strict standards that govern court review of administrative
administrative actions.
actions. See
See Cal.
Cal. Water
WaterCode
Code
§ 13320; In the Matter of the Petition of Exxon Company, supra, Order No. WQ 85-7, at p. 10.
Rather, the State Water Board must consider both the record before the Regional Water Board
and "any other relevant evidence" when reviewing an order. Water Code § 13320(b). Thus, the
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To uphold the Regional Water BOard's challenged action as appropriate and proper, the
State Water Board must conclude that the action was "based on substantial evidence." See Cal.
Water Code § 13320; In
in the Matter of the Petition
Petition of
of Exxon
Exxon Company1
Company, supra, Order No. WQ 857, at
atpp.
pp. 10,
10,12.
12.
B.
THE REGIONAL
REGIONAL WATER
WATER BOARD
BOARDHAS
HASIMPROPERLY
IMPROPERLYISSUED
ISSU]D THE
ThE
WATER CODE 13267 ORDER TO ONLY LEGGETT & PLATT
WITHOUT SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE IN THE RECORD THAT
'LEGGETT
LEGGETT &
& PLATT
PLATr HAS
HAS DISCHARGED OR IS THREATENING TO
DISCHARGE WASTE AFFECTING WATER QUALITY;
QUALITY; THE
THE ORDER
ORDER
SHOULD BE AMENDED TO REFLECT LEGGETT & PLATT'S ROLE AS
THE ADMINISTRATOR OF SETTLEMENT FUNDS
In relevant part, Water Code Section 1 3267(b)(1) authorizes a Regional Water Board to
"require that any person who has discharged, discharges, or is suspected of having discharged or
discharging, or who proposes to discharge waste within its region ... shall furnish, under penalty
of perjury, technical or monitoring program reports which the regional board requires." The
Regional Board has not established that Leggett & Platt has discharged waste at the Site which
would be the subject of the current Order and, as such, the Regional Water Board has exceeded its
authority under Water Code Section 13267 by issuing its Order against Leggett & Platt.
The State Water Board has recognized that it is important for orders to explain the basis
for naming persons under Sections
Sections 13267
13267 and
and 13304.
13304. See
See e.g.,
e.g.,In
Inthe
theMatter
Matterof
ofthe
thePetition
Petitionof
ofMr.
Mr.
Kelly Engineer/All Star Gasoline. Inc., Order No. WQO - 2002-0001, at pp. 4-5 (holding that
because Administrative Civil Liability Order did not contain requisite findings to justif'
individual's responsibility under Section 13267 the matter must be remanded to regional board to
"separately name each responsible party, and include the justification for each named party."); see
also, In the Matter of the Petition of Exxon Company, supra, Order No. WQ 85-7, at p. 10-11
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evidence to support a filing of responsibility for each party
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reasonable evidence which indicates the named part has responsibility.")
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Further, while Section 13267
13267 broadly authorizes the regional water
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persons who "are suspected to have discharged" wastes
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and
named. This
This means
means credible and
named
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boards to require
to prepare technical reports, "[wihen
the evidence that supports
acting under this broad authority,
authority, regional boards must identify
reports." In Re Petition for Review of Technical Report
provide the reports.."
requiring that person to provide
04-0005, at p.
Order No.
No. WQO
WQO20
2004-0005,
p. 4. Moreover, if later
Order/Chevron Products Co, Order
initial "suspicions" then that person can
the regional water board's initial
investigations do not support
support the
Section 13267. Id. at pp. 6-8
technical reports under Section
no longer be required to prepare further technical
Chevron to
to conduct an investigation during the
(holding that regional board appropriately ordered Chevron
the earlier investigations does not
initial phases of the investigation but evidence gathered during
Petition of Larry and Pamela
support continuing requirements imposed on Chevron); see also,
Order No. 2003-0020,. at p. 3, 7-8
Canchola for Review of Water Code Section 13267 re MTBE,
investigate MTBE pollution at
(holding that regional board cannot require petitioners to further
existing record that petitioners are not
UST site because there is substantial evidence in the existing
responsible for MTBE pollution).
of the current Dresher,
predecessors of
Contract Metal Fabricators (a.k.a. Harris Hubb), the predecessors
Roach, the
leased the Site ftom Harold Roach,
Inc. conducted assembly operations at the Site and
produced in
to "assemble"
"assemble" and "paint" bed frames. Evidence
Alhambra to
predecessor of Valley Alhambra,
that bed frames were delivered,
connection with the litigation
litigation settled in 2000 demonstrated that
A subsidiary of Leggett & Platt
assembled and painted at the Site from about 1973 to 1990.
and the subsidiary took the name
acquired the stock of the former Dresher, Inc. on June 19, 1990,
The current Dresher, Inc. was
was not
not aa party to
of Dresher, Inc., which is the current Dresher entity.
Shortly after
facility at
at that
that Site.
Site. Shortly
operate the facility
the lease of 4900 Valley Boulevard (Site) nor did it operate
Inc. shut down and transferred the plant
the June 19, 1990 stock acquisition, the current Dresher,
the Site
facility in Whittier,
Whittier, California,
California ultimately ceasing all activity at
operations to a different facility
& Platt has no ownership rights to the Site
in early 1991 and vacating the Site thereafter. Leggett
and no legal right to manage or operate the Site.
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Leggett & Platt has agreed to manage a fund to remediate the Site pursuant to a settlement
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agreement with Valley Aihambra
Alhambra executed in September of 2000. The settlement agreement
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Leggett &
&
stipulated that neither Leggett & Platt nor Valley Aihambra
Aihambra admitted liability. To date, Leggett
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been in
in its
its capacity
capacity as
as
Platt's dealings with the Regional Water Board in relation to the Site have been
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administrator of the settlement fund. Consequently, the Regional Water Board has exceeded its
6
Order to
to Leggett & Platt as a responsible party
statutory authority by issuing
issuing aa Section
Section 13267
13267 Order
7
because the Regional Water Board failed to identify substantial evidence in support of its decision
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responsible party.
party. Thus,
Thus, the
the
to issue the Section 13267 Order to Leggett & Platt as a potentially responsible
9
clarify that
that Leggett & Platt is being named in the
State Water Board should amend the Order to clarify
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Order in its capacity as administrator of the settlement fund. Further, Leggett & Platt reserves the
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right to dispute the Regional Water Board's issuance of any future Order's directed to Leggett &
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settlement fund.
find.
Platt in any capacity other than as administrator of the
the settlement
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C.
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ENVIRON AND SUBMITTED
SUBMITFED TO THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD
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SHOW THAT THE CURRENT CONDITION OF THE SOIL AND
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GROUND WATER DOES NOT POSE A SUBSTANTIAL RISK TO THE
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WATERS OF THE STATE OR THE GENERAL ENVIRONMENT AND IS
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COMPLIANT WITH THE CURRENT
CURRENT CONDITIONS
CONDITIONS FOR SITE
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CLOSURE
The Site has been subject to years of prior assessment, remediation, and monitoring
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GROIJTD WATER SAMPLING REPORTS PREPARED BY
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detailed more
more fully in the
activities under the oversight
oversight of
of the
the Regional
RegionalWater
Water Board.
Board. As
As detailed
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Regional Water Board record, these activities have included soil and ground water investigation,
24
extraction
and utilizing a gas vapor extraction
successful remediation including soil extraction in 1993 and
25
process, confirmation monitoring and sampling, and a risk assessment for the Site as recounted in
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George Linkletter' s Declaration. Indeed, following these activities, the Regional Water Board
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the cessation of any further environmental
authorized removal of the monitoring
monitoring equipment
equipment and
and the
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investigation, remediation, and confirmation
related activities at the Site. As a result of the investigation,
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conditions at
monitoring Environ has concluded that the current soil and ground water conditions
at the Site do
2
not pose a substantial risk to human health or the environment
environment based upon, inter alia, the
3
following factors:
4
The Site is located atop shallow alluvial deposits, which lie above a non-waterbearing
5
formation. Further, borings and wells installed at the Site confirm that the water-bearing
6
strata at the Site is locally non-contiguous and that there is relatively little water present.
7
In light of these data, contamination detected in shallow ground water beneath the Site
8
does not pose a threat to aquifers that may be present down valley to the west of the Site
9
There are no public supply or privately owned wells within a one-mile radius of the Site.
10
Ground water testing between 2001 and 2003 demonstrated that PCE levels in the ground
11
water beneath the Site were reduced by orders of magnitude (e.g., from a peak of 4,800
12
at the
p.g/l to
source area
area at
p.g/1
to 26
26 ug/l
ugh at
at MW2,
MW2, which is located immediately adjacent to the source
13
Site.
Site) as a result of Regional Water Board approved remediation at the Site.
14
Investigations relating to historic operations at the Site are inconclusive regarding
regarding the
15
the Site but clearly defined the source area. Given the
cause of the PCE contamination
contamination at
at the
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results of the assessment, investigation, and remediation history of the Site it appears that
17
source contamination at the Site
Site has
has been
been sufficiently remediated and remaining materials
18
do not pose a substantial risk to human health or the environment.
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monitoring wells
wells arid
and soil borings along
along the western property line of
Data collected from monitoring
20
the Site (as well as other data
data points
points located
located dowrigradient
dowiigradient from the source area), when
21
compared to substantially higher contamination levels in the source area on the Site and
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within the context of the hydrostratigraphy at the Site, jndicate only limited migration of
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contaminants away from the source area.
24
the Site,
Site, which include
The radius of influence of the remediation system that operated
operated at
at the
25
line, indicate
indicate that
that
an extraction well immediately adjacent to the Site's western property line,
26
the remedial process also addressed adjacent contamination which may have migrated to
27
the downgradient property.
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The analytical results from the deepest samples were judged reflective of ground water
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conditions and demonstrated only low or nondetectable concentrations of contaminants
2
along the western Site boundary prior to the startup of the remediation system.
3
Environ prepared a "Risk Assessment of Potential Migration of VOCs to Indoor Air,"
4
dated November 28, 2005, which concluded that the "cumulative cancer risks are no
5
(mostlyattributed
attributedtotoPCE)
PCE)and
and recommended
recommended that the Regional Water
higher than
than 11 X
X 11 00 (mostly
6
Board provide an NFA designation for "unrestricted use for the site." In its April 17,
7
2006 memorandum addressed to the Regional Water Board, OEHHA stated that it agreed
8
with Environ's conclusions regarding the risk assessment.
9
Remaining contamination at and beneath the Site should dissipate without further active
10
remediation and there is no evidence to suggest that it will pose a significant risk to
11
human health or the environment.
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ground water
Based upon the above-listed factors, Petitioner maintains that soil and ground
13
conditions at the Site do not pose a substantial risk to human health or the environment, that there
14
no need for further investigation at or downgradient from
from the
the Site,
Site, and, further, that closure
is rio
15
should be granted. Further, given the extensive work performed at the Site over the last 10 years,
16
characterization of the Site is sufficient to understand the pre- and post-remedial conditions at the
17
in support
support of the
Site. The. Regional Water Board
Board has
has failed
failed to
to present
present "substantial
"substantial evidence"
evidence" in
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further investigation required by the Order.
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D.
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EVIDENCE TO SHOW A CHANGE IN CONDITIONS SINCE IT
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ORDERED THE REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT REMOVED AND
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STATED THAT THE SITE WAS ELIGIBLE FOR CLOSURE, SUBJECT
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TO RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS
The Site has been subject to years of prior assessment,
assessment, remediation, and monitoring
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activities. Indeed, the Site was completely and successfully remediated with a gas vapor
27
extraction process, and after
after the
the gas
gas vapor
vapor extraction
extraction was
was completed,
completed,the
the Site was monitored and
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sampled extensively as instructed by the Regional Water Board. As established
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timeline of events, the Regional Water Board authorized removal of the monitoring equipment
2
and the cessation of any further environmental related activities at the Site:
3
On April 30, 2001, Environ submitted
submitted an
an "Interim
"Interim Remedial
Remedial Action
ActionPlan"
Plan"(IRAP)
(IRAP)
4
to address subsurface volatile
volatile organic
organic compounds
compounds (VOCs)
(V005) at the Site. The
5
Regional Water Board authorized
authorized the
the implementation
implementation of
of the
the work
workon
onJune
June8,8,
6
2001. The remediation system, consisting of 2-PHASE soil vapor and ground
7
water extraction, began operating on December 6, 2001.
8
Following an October 8, 2002 on-site meeting with representatives from Environ
9
(George Linkletter, Eddie Arsianian,
Arslanian, and Bita Tabatabai) and the Regional Water
10
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Board (David Young and J.T. Liu), it was mutually agreed to shut down the
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remediation system in order to evaluate possible rebound in ground water. On
12
October 15, 2002, Environ submitted to the Regional Water Board a "Request for
13
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Post-Remediation Monitoring" documenting the outcome of the October 8, 2002
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meeting.
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Following the agreed upon number of post-remediation ground water monitoring
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events, a meeting was held on November 18, 2003 between representatives from
17
Environ (George Linkletter, Bita Tabatabai, and Eddie Arslanian)
Arsianian) and the
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Regional Water Board (David Young and J.T. Liu) to discuss the data from the
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post-remediation ground water monitoring and protocols for confirmation soil
20
sampling and a final round of ground water monitoring as a prelude to site closure
21
(No Further Action [NFA] designation).
designation).
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On December 3, 2003, Environ submitted its "Work Plan for Confirmation Soil
23
Sampling and Final Round of Groundwater Sampling." The work plan included
24
an historical summary of the soil, soil gas, and ground water data collected from
25
the Site. In a December 9, 2003 email, Mr. Young approved the work plan.
26
In a January 16, 2004 email Environ
Environ submitted
submitted to
to the
the Regional
RegionalWater.
Water Board the
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results of the confirmation soil sampling and final round of ground water
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In a February 11, 2004 email Environ followed up with Mr. Young on the status
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of the NFA.
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In a February 24, 2004 email Mr. Young requested a few items after talking to
4
Regional Water Board "management" for the "closure process."
5
In a March 25, 2004 email Environ submitted a case review form via electronic
6
mail.
7
Following various emails between
between Environ
Environ and Regional Water Board staff in a
8
June 30, 2004 email Mr. Liu stated that Mr. Young had begun working on the
9
NFA designation for the Site.
10
In an August 10, 2004 email Environ once again submitted information to Mr.
11
Young regarding the Site use history.
12
Following various emails between Environ and Regional Water Board staff in an
13
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October 1, 2004 email Mr. Liu stated that the closure was discussed with Dr.
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Chief
Arthur Heath, Remediation Section
Section Chief.
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In an October 6, 2004 telephone conversation with Mr. Liu, Environ informed the
16
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Regional Water Board that the Site is not located within the San Gabriel Valley
17
Superfund Area. Also, Mr. Liu stated that a deed restriction would be placed as
Superfluid
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part of the NFA designation for the Site, restricting the use to non-sensitive
19
receptors (i.e., excluding uses such as residential, schools, health care). In an
20
October 6, 2004 email Environ confirmed its understanding of the results of the
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telephone discussion held earlier that day.
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To address the Regional Water Board's concern that a deed restriction would be
23
required for unrestricted future use, and the implications of VOCs remaining in
24
Potential
soil and ground water, Environ prepared a "Risk Assessment of Potential
25
V005 to
Migration of VOCs
to Indoor
Indoor Air," dated November 28, 2005. The risk
26
assessment concluded that the
the "cumulative cancer risks are no higher than 1 X 10
(mostly attributed to PCE) and recommended that the Regional Water Board
27
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Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) for review. In its April 17,
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2006 memorandum addressed to the Regional Water Board OEHHA stated that it
4
agreed with Environ's conclusions regarding the risk assessment, but raised
5
certain questions for Regional Water Board consideration.
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Linkletter, CY Jeng,
Environ (George
(George Linkletter,
On January 19, 2007, representatives from Environ
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Eddie Arsianian),
Arslanian), the Regional Water Board (Adnan Siddiqui and David Young),
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and representatives of the Site owner (Linda Northrup, counsel for the Site
9
Sr.) and representatives of Leggett & Platt (Joan
owners and Gary J. Herman, Sr.)
10
Donnellan, counsel for Leggett & Platt as administrator of the settlement fund)
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11
met to discuss the outstanding items raised in the OEHHA memo. Valley
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12
Alhambra waived its objections to executing restrictive covenants that run with
Aihambra
13
the land as a condition of closure. The Regional Water Board agreed on an
14
approach to address the various comments made by OEHHA. At the January 19,
15
that they
they would
would discuss
discuss with
with
2007 meeting Messrs. Siddiqui
Siddiqui and
and Young
Young indicated
indicated that
16
Regional Water Board upper management whether there would be a need to
17
conduct a post-remediation soil vapor study to confirm that there had been no
18
change in the Site from the last ground water sampling as part of the closure
19
process.
Alhambra and Environ were
Throughout the above timeline of events Petitioner, Valley Aihambra
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lead to understand, based upon the representations made by the Regional Water Board, that
22
Nevertheless,
closure would be granted for the Site (either with or without a deed restriction). Nevertheless,
23
Arslanian, Seema Sutarwala) and the Regional Water
when Environ (George Linkletter,
Linidetter, Eddie Arsianian,
24
Board staff (Su Han and David Young) met on May 16, 2008, the Regional Water Board staff
25
stated that additional work would be required prior to obtaining closure for the Site. Thereafter,
26
issued the
the Section
Section 13267
13267 Order. Regional Water
on June 11, 2008, the Regional Water Board issued
27
evidence or
or changed circumstances that would
not identify
identif' any
Board staff, however, did not
any new
new evidence
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change in position.
justify the Regional Water Board's
Board's apparent
apparent change
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As evidenced by the above timeline, the Regional Board had previously indicated that the
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Site qualified for closure based on extensive ground water monitoring after a comprehensive
3
remediation had been completed in 2004. There have been no changes in the condition of the Site
5
the contrary,
contrary, investigation,
investigation,
the investigation.
investigation. To
To the
or new or additional facts to support reopening the
The
assessment, and remediation activities conducted at the Site support closure at this time.
6
the need
need for
Regional Water Board bears the burden of establishing by substantial evidence the
7
additional investigation after the Regional Water Board has previously authorized the removal of
8
related activities at the
the monitoring equipment and the cessation of any further environmental related
9
Site.
4
10
E.
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THE ORDER HAS NO REASONABLE RELATIONSHIP TO THE
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CAUSED BY
BY THE RESIDUAL TRACES OF
NOMINAL THR)3AT
THREAT CAUSED
14
CHEMICALS IN SOIL AND GROUND WATER AT THE SITE
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In relevant part, Water Code Section 1 3267(b)(1) provides that the "burden, including
CtRKO°tARA&
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and the
16
costs, of these reports shall bear a reasonable relationship to the need for the report
17
Code Section
Section113267(b)(1)
3267(b)(1) further
further provides that
benefits to be obtained from the reports." Water Code
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regiona' board shall provide the person
in "requiring those reports, the regional
19
requiring that
with regard to the need for the reports, and shall identify the evidence that supports
20
person to provide the reports."
with a written explanation
While the statute may not require
require aa formal
formal "economic analysis," it does place an
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BY
THE COST
COST ASSOCIATED
ASSOCIATED WITH THE INVESTIGATION REQUIRED
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obligation on the Regional Water
Water Board
Board to
to come
come forward with prima facie evidence that the
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benefits. Where the benefit
burdens, including the costs, of the study are reasonable relative to the benefits.
24
disproportionately high cost will invalidate the request. See, In the
is nominal or nonexistent, a disproportionately
25
Grove, Order
Order No.
No. WQ
WQ 82-8,
82-8, at pp. 5-7, 14 (holding
the City
City of
of PacfIc
Pacflc Grove,
Matter of the Petitions of the
26
Section 13267 but that "the
evidence of the need for a study under Section
that record contained ample evidence
27
high costs" and, thus, should be
is excessive resulting in unreasonably high
scope of the study is
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Company and Scotia
modified); see also, In re the
the Matter
Matter of
of the Petition of Pacflc Lumber Company
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Pacflc
-14,at pp. 9-10 ("Information that is required to be
Paqflc Company LLC, Order WQ 2001
200 1-14,at
provided under Section 13267 is subject to the requirement that '{t]he burden, including costs of
these reports shall bear a reasonably relationship to the need for the reports and benefits to be
obtained from the reports.").
reports.").
In the present case, the Order requires an extensive work plan, investigation, technical
reports, and monitoring that will result in significant and unnecessary costs. The burden placed
the owner
owner of
on Petitioner, as the administrator of the settlement fund, and Valley Aihambra, as the
the Site, by the Order far exceeds, the benefit that the additional assessment required thereunder
would provide. The scope and breadth of the investigation that is required by the Order will
require substantial monetary expenditures, despite any substantial evidence that there is a pressing
need for this additional analysis. Moreover, the 'costs associated with complying with the Order
will be further compounded by logistical problems in obtaining access to an adjacent property
whose owner has been uncooperative to date. These costs have no reasonable relationship to the
need for the investigation sought
sought by
by the
the Regional
Regional Water
Water Board
Boardor
orthe
thebenefits
benefitsthat
thatcould
couldbe
be
gained from such an investigation.
At great expense, and with the
the approval
approval of
of the
the Regional
Regional Water
WaterBoard,
Board,Environ
Environcompletely
completely
and successfully remediated the Site with a gas vapor extraction process. After the gas vapor
Water Board's satisfaction, the Site was monitored and
extraction was completed to the Regional Watçr
sampled extensively as instructed by the Regional Water Board. Eventually satisfied with the
results of the monitoring, the
the Regional
Regional Water
Water Board
Board authorized
authorizedremoval
removalof
ofthe
themonitoring
monitoring
equipment and the cessation of any thrther environmental related activities at the Site. The sole
remaining issue was whether the Regional Water Board would require a deed restriction. Yet
when the Site owner (Valley Alhambra) agreed to accept the restrictive required by the Regional
Board failed
failed to issue
Water Board as a condition of
of closure,
closure, in
in January
January 2007,
2007, the
the Regional
RegionalWater
WaterBoard
a closure; rather the Regional Water Board, with no new evidence and with no factual or legal
basis, decided to issue the Order instead, essentially re-opening the Site and requiring Petitioners
to start the investigation and remediation process all over again.
Complying with the Order will require the reinstallation of equipment that the Regional
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re-performance of
removed and will require the re-performance
Water Board allowed to be shutdown and removed
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accepted by
by the
has already been done and accepted
sampling, analysis, reporting, and other work that has
3
Water Board
Board has
has no
no new evidence or any evidence of
Regional Water Board. Yet the
the Regional
Regional Water
4
any change
change at
at the
the Site
Siteto
tojustify
justif' re-doing what has aheady been done at an already remediated
5
Site.
Declaration of George Linkletter,
Lirikietter, the
the cost
cost of
of complying
As set forth in the accompanying
accompanying Declaration
6
7
be in excess of $250,000.00. In light of the
with the Order is conservatively estimated to be
8
monitoring conducted to date, the burden placed on
investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring
9
bear aa reasonable
reasonable
Petitioner by the Order (including the monetary cost of compliance) does not bear
10
relationship to the need for the reports and the benefits to be obtained from the reports requested
11
by the Regional Water Board.
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F.
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FAILURE TO ISSUE CLOSURE CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS FINANCIAL
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ALHAMBRA SINCE
SINCE IT
IT CANNOT SELL ITS
HARDSHIP TO VALLEY ALHAMBRA
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REAL ESTATE FOR A COMPETITIVE PRICE
Alhambra and the
Petitioner incorporates herein by reference the Joinder filed by Valley Aihambra
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supporting Declaration of Gary J. Herman, Sr.
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REGIONAL WATER
TO THE
THE REGIONAL
STATEMENT OF SERVICE OF PETITION TO
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BOARD
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A copy of this Request has been sent to the Regional Water Board.
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PARKER MIWKEN
CLARK ORARA8
OHARA8
SA.MUELLAN.
SA)AUELIAN A
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CORPORAnON
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STATEMENT THAT THE SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES RAISED IN THE PETITION
24
HAVE BEEN RAISED BEFORE THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD
25
Petitioner will pursue reconsideration of the
Concurrently with the filing of this Petition, Petitioner
26
Petition be
be held
held in
Order by the Regional Water Board. Thus, Petitioner requests that this Petition
27
California Code of Regulations, Section 2050.5(d), pending.
abeyance pursuant to Title 23
23 of
of the
the California
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further good faith discussions between Petitioner and the Regional Water Board.
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XI.
XL
TifE
REQUEST TO THE REGIONAL BOAR]) FOR PREPARATION OF THE
3
RECORD
4
Alhambra, acting through their
Prior to filing this Petition, Petitioner and Valley Aihambra,
5
made repeated efforts to obtain access to the
respective legal counsel, as well as Environ, made
6
Regional Water Board file relating to the Site. Copies of multiple written requests to the
7
Regional Water Board for access to the Regional Water Board file are collectively attached hereto
9
as Exhibit B. Despite their best efforts, however, Petitioner, Valley Alhambra, and Environ were
unable to review the file prior to the filing of this Petition. Thus, Petitioner reserves the right to
10
after being
being granted an opportunity to review the Regional
supplement this Petition at a later date after
11
Water Board file.
8
Additionally, in furtherance of this Petition, Petitioner is requesting that the Regional
12
13
Water Board prepare the record, including available tape recordings and transcripts, for the
14
request to the Regional Water Board for
hearing on this Petition. A copy of Petitioner's request
15
preparation of the record is attached hereto as Exhibit C. In light of the ongoing dialogue
16
between Petitioner and the Regional Water Board, as well as Petitioner's request that this Petition
17
17
consideration of
of these matters by the Regional Water Board,
be held in abeyance to allow
allow further
further consideration
18
the Regional
Petitioner reserves the right to
to request
request that the Regional Water Board supplement the
19
Water Board record prepared pursuant to the attached request with additional and further
20
information and documents submitted to or generated by the Regional Water Board following the
21
preparation of the record by the Regional Water Board as requested by Exhibit C hereto.
22
Moreover, pursuant to Water Code Section 13320(b) and Title 23 of the California Code of
23
Regulations section 2050.6(a), Petitioner requests that the State Water Board supplement the
24
record before it. Petitioner will advise the State Water Board more specifically in this regard
25
once the Regional Water Board has prepared the record and Petitioner
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not been included.
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knows what matters have
and
In accordance with Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations section 2050.6(b) and
2052(c), Petitioner respectfully requests that the State Water Board hold a hearing to consider this
Petition. At the hearing, Petitioner may present additional evidence that was not available to the
Regional Water Board at the time the Order was issued or when this Petition is submitted. In
the legal
addition, Petitioner requests permission at any hearing (1) to present oral argument on the
and policy issues raised by this Petition; and (2) to present to the State Water Board factual and
technical information in the Regional Water Board's files which may have been overlooked by
the Regional Water Board.
XIII. REQUEST FOR STAY
In accordance with Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations section 2053(a),
Petitioner requests a stay of the Order. Compliance with the Order will cause substantial harm to
the Petitioner, including the cost of compliance with the Order, which will exceed $250,000.00.
Moreover, in order to comply with the timelines established by the Order the bulk of these costs
Board unless
unless a
will be incurred by Petitioner
Petitioner prior
prior to
to aa hearing
hearing on
on the
the Petition
Petitionby
bythe
theState
StateWater
WaterBoard
stay is
is granted.1
granted.'
interested
By contrast, there will be no
no substantial
substantial harm
harm to
to the
the public
public interest
interestor
orother
otherinterested
parties if a stay is granted because investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring, as
do not
not pose
pose aa
well as a prior risk assessment, confirm that the current conditions at the Site do
Water Board
significant risk to human health or the environment. To the contrary, the Regional Water
has previously indicated that the Site was ready for closure.
Finally, there exist substantial questions of fact and law regarding the propriety of the
Regional Water Board's Order,
Order, including,
including, inter
inter alia,
alia, Leggett
Leggett &
&Platt'
Platt'ss contention that the
Regional Water Board is without authority to issue a Section 13267 Order against Leggett & Platt
except in Leggett & Platt'
Platt'ss capacity
capacity as
as administrator
administrator of the settlement fund, and Petitioner's
relationship to
contention that the cost of compliance with the Order does not bear a reasonable relationship
'Alternatively,
Alternatively,Petitioner
Petitionermay
maybe
beplaced
placed in
in the
the position
position of
of having
having to
to incur
incur substantial fines or
their
penalties for failing to comply with the Regional Water Board Order pending a hearing on their
Petition.
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the need for the reports and the benefits to be obtained from the reports requested by the Regional
Water Board.
Based upon these reasons, as well as the other contentions set forth in this Petition,
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Petitioner requests a stay of the Order pursuant to Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations
5
section 205
2053(a).
3(a). Petitioner
Petitioner has attached t this Petition the Declaration of Dr. George Linkletter
6
setting forth proof of the facts
facts alleged
alleged in
in support
support of
of its
its request
requestfor
forstay
stayand,
and,further,
further,requests
requestsaa
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hearing on its request for stay to present further relevant evidence and arguments.
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XIV. REQUEST THAT PETITION BE HELD IN ABEYANCE
Petitioner requests that the State
State Water
Water Board
Board hold
hold this
this Petition
Petitionin
inabeyance
abeyancepursuant
pursuanttoto
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Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 2050(d) or 2050.5(d), pending further
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good faith discussions between Petitioner and the Regional Water Board. Petitioner requests that
13
the State Water Board hold this Petition in abeyance for the maximum time period permitted or
14
until reactivated by Petitioner. Petitioner will promptly notice the State Water Board when it is
15
ready to reactivate and have its Petition considered. Petitioner reserves the right to supplement
16
this Petition if the State Water Board does not grant Petitioner's request for abeyance or should
17
the Petition be reactivated in the future.
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CONCLUSION
For the foregoing reasons, Petitioner respectfully submits that the issuance of the Order
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was improper, inappropriate, unlawful, and not supported by substantial evidence. Petitioner
4
respectfully requests that the State Water Board grant this Petition and review the Regional Water
5
Board's action in issuing the Order. However, until such time that Petitioner requests the State
6
Water Board to reactivate this Petition, Petitioner requests that the State Water Board hold this
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Petition in abeyance.
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DATED: July 10, 2008
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A Professional Corporation
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Attorneys for Petitioner
Leggett & Platt, Incorporated
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Exhibit A
A..
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
Los Angeles Region
Linda S. Adams
320
320W.
W. 4th Street, Suite 200, Los Angeles,
Angeles, Califbrnia
California 90013
90013
Phone (213) 576-6600 FAX (213) 576-6640 - Internet Address: http:/fwww.waterboards.ca,gov/losangeles
http:/fwww.waterboards.ca.gov/losangeles
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Governor
Cal/EPA Secretaty
Secretwy
Ca&'EPA
June 11, 2008
Mr. Robert ABderson
Anderson
Leggett and Platt, Jnc
Inc.
One Leggett Road
Carthage, MO 64836
RZQIJIEING
CALIFORMA WATER
CALIFORNIA
WATER CODE (CWC) SECTION 13267 ORDER: REQUIRING
SUBMITTAL OF A WORK PLAN FOR ADDITIONAL SOIL GAS AND GROUNDWATER
INVESTIGATION - VALLEY
VALLEY ALHAMBRA
ALHAMBRA PROPERTY,
PROPERTY, 4900
4900VALLEY
VALLEYBOULEVARD,
BOULEVAIW,
LOS ANGELES,
ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA(SLIC
(SLICNO.
NO.0967,
067, SITE
SITE ID 204DJ00)
Dear Mr. Anderson:
review
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Board) staff has completed
completed aa review
have
determined
that
of the case file for the Subject
Site.
BaSed
on
the
information
provided
to
us,
we
subject site. Based:
have
Regional
Board
is
is not eligible for cloSure
Soil and/or
and/or groundwater
groimdwater at
at this time. The
the Site
site is
closure of soil
investigation
of
soil
gas
and
additional
investigation
issuing
iSSuingthis
thisletter
letter to
to require
require submittal
submittal of a work
Work plan
plan for
for additional
groundwater at the site.
Background
The site operated as a service station from at least 1920 tintil
until 1953 and subsequently was used by a
(USTs) and three
tanks (LISTs)
variety
variety of
of private
private companies.
companies. In
In 1953,
1953,three
three500
500gallon
gallonunderground
undergroundstcirage
storage tanks
received
a permit to
1,000 gallon USTs were removed. In 1969, the Green Mountain Paper Company
install one 2,000 gallon UST.
UST. From
From January
January 1972
1972 to
to January
January1993,
1993,the
thesite
sitewas
was occupied by Harris
business and
purchased the
the business
Hub/Contract Metal Fabricators/Dresher, Inc. In 1990, Leggett and Platt purchased
continued the operation. Activities at the site included painting and assembling metal bed frames. As
USTs were
were used to contain or store
part of the painting process, two dip tanks and three 750 gallon USTs
solvents. The three 750 gallon
1991, under the direction of the
gallon USTs
USTs were
were removed
removed from
from the
thesite
sitein
in1991,
subsurface investigations were
City of Los Angeles Fire Department (Fire Department). Several subsurface
for closure of the
the
conducted at the site between
between 1991
1991 and
and 1993
1993 as
as required.
required by the Fire Department for
Subsuifczce Site
Site
are described in the report Response to Request for Subsuiface
facility. These investigatiOns
investigations are
Assessment Work
Work Plczn
Plan dated
Assessment
dated April 30, 2001.
In March 1999 and June 2001, additional soil investigations were completed at the site. Based on
boring logs completed at the
the site
site during
during the
the installation
installation of
of five
fivegroimdwater
groundwater monitoring wells in
1999, lithology in the upper 25
25 feet
feet of
of soil
soil consists
consists of
of sands,
sands, clayey
clayey sands, and clays: The soil
investigations indicated that
that volatile
volatile organic
organic compounds
compounds (VOCs),
(VOCs),including
including tetrachioroethene (PCE),
trichioroethene (TCE), toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes were present beneath the footprints of the
California Environmental Protection Agency
Paper
.c Recycled Pajier
geiierations.
Our ,nicslon
preserve and
r waler
ofpresent andfuture geileralions.
,ni.cslonisLlàiopreseri'e
and enhance
enhance thqualfry
thqualfry of
ofCal(fornia
Cal(fornia's
waterresources
rsources for the benefit ofpre.ent
Mr. Robert Anderson
Valley AThambra
Amambra Property
Property
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Junell,2008
ground surface
surface '(bgs).
(bgs). Soil samples
former dip thnks and USTs at approximately 8 to 10 feet below ground
of
up
to
5,300
milligrams
per idlogram
concentrations
of
up
to
5,300
milligrams
kilogram
from beneath these tanks contained PCE at concentrations
concentrations
of
up
to
540
mg/kg,
(mg/kg), TCE at concentrations of up to 10 mg/kg, toluene at
ethylbenzene at concentrations of up to 76 mg/kg, and xylenes at concentrations of up to 360 mg/kg.
Soil samples also contained gasoline-range total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) at concentrations of
for metals
metals indicated,
indicated,concentrations
concentrationsconsistent
conistent with
up to 4,590 mg/kg. Analysis of soil samples for
background levels found flu
in Southern
SouthernCalifornia
Californiasoils.
soils.
with
15 feet
feetbgs,'
bgs;with
Soil-gas samples were collected
collected in
in January
January 1999,
1999, at
at 15
15 locations
locations from 5, 10, and 15
achievable
depth
was
10
feet
bgs.
PCE
was
the exception of two locations
locations where
where the
the maximum
maximum
concentrations
up
to
620
micrograms
per
detected in soil gas in the upper 15 feet of soil at the site at
(tg/L). TCE
borings at much lower concentrations.
liter (p.g/L).
TCEwas
wasonly
only detected
detected in two borings
In May 1999,
1999, five
five groundwater
groundwatermonitoring
monitoringwells
wells(MW(MW-i1 through MW-5) were. installed. These wells
1999
and
showed
showed'moderate
moderate to high concentrations of VOCs. A
were first sampled in second quarter
2001. The highest
quarterly groundwater monitoring program was initiated at the site in February 2001.
concentrations
concentrations of
of VOCs
VOCs in
h groundwater were detected during the second quarter
quarter sampling event
completed in May 2001. During this sampling event, elevated concentrations of PCE were detected
jig/L, respectively.
respectively. TCE
in wells MW-2
MW-2 and
and MW-3
MW-3 at
at 4,800
4,800micrograms
microgramsper
perliter
liter(pgfL)
(gfL) and 4,100 j.tg/L,
lowerconcentrations.
concentrations.
cis- 1 ,2-DCEwere
were also'detected
detectedduring
duringthis
thisevent,
event,however
howeverat
at much
much lower
and cis-1,2-DCE
through MW-S
MW-5
Gronndwater was encountered during' the installation of monitoring wells MW-i
MW- 1 through
Groundwater
between approximately
7,feet bgs.
approximately15
15and
and117,feetbgs.
Remediationof
Remediatioi
ofsoil
soiland
andgroundwater
groundwaterbegan
beganin
inDecember
December2001,
2001,with
withthe
the implementation of a dual2002
phase extraction system. The extraction system operated from December 2001 through October 2002
reinecliation
was
After
the
remediation
system
and removed approximately
approximately 107
107 pounds
pounds of
of VOCs
VOCs from
from the
thesite.
site.
performed
to
test
for
rebound
and
turned off, five additional quarters of groundwater. sampling were
VOCs
concentrations
(PCE,
TCE,
and
cisto verif' residual contaminatIon levels in groundwater:
Based
1,2-DCE)
.1
,2-DCE)in
ingroundwater
groundwater had
had decreased
decreased or
or remained
remained generally
generally stable after system shut down. Based
remain
in
groundwater
in
December
2003,
beneath
on the latest groundwater sampling
event
in
December
2003,
VOCs
sampling event
and 89
89 ji.g/L
g/L ofofciscis-11,2-DCE.
,2-DCE
the site with concentrations up to 26 j.tg/L
PCE,1919ji.gtL
igiL of TCE, and
tg/L ofofPCE,
Confirmation soil matrix sampling
sampling was
was èonducted
conducted at
at the
the site
sitein
h December 2003 and January 2004 at
that PCE
PCE was'
was found
locations adjacent to the former.dip
fornier.dip tanks and USTs. Analytical results indicated that
kilogram
(jig/kg) at
in six of the nine samples
with aa maximum
maximum concentration
concentration of 140 micrograms
microgramsper
perkilogram (ji.g/kg)
sampes with
toluene at
at up
up to
to
10 feet bgs (decreasing
(decreasing to
to 37
37 jig/kg
tg/kg at 12 feet bgs). Other
Other VOCs detected included toluene
No other VOCs were detected
320 pg(kg,
jig/kg, ethylbenzene up
up to
to 19
19 ji.g/kg,
jig/kg, and xylenes up
upto
to108
108ji.g/kg.
jig/kg. No
above the laboratory reporting
reporting limits
limits during
during this
this soil
soil sampling
samplingevent.
event
rirepared'aa Risk Assessment
The consultant for the site, Environ Infemational
International Corporation (Environ), prepared'
of Potential Migration of Volatile Organic Compounds to' Indoor Air (Risk Assessment) dated
(OBH}IA) reviewed.
reviewed.
28,2005.,
November 28;
2005., The
The Office
Office of
of Environmental
Environmeiital Health
Health Hazard
Hazard Assessment (OEH}IA)
Board
staff
in
a
memo
dated
April
17,
dated
April
17,
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Mr. Robert Anderson
Valley AThambra
Alhainbra Property
Property
Jtmell,2008
Junell,2008
indiated that
2006. OEIIHA indkated
that the
the lack
lack of post-remediation soil-gas sampling could represent a
based on
on soil matrix and groundwater data.
limitation in the Risk Assessment
Assessment as
as all
all modeUng
modeling was based
Comments and Requirements
After reviewing,
reviewing historic
historic groundwater monitoring,
monitoring, dual-phase
dual-phase extraction, and confirmation sampling
other file documents, Regional Board staff has the
Assessment and
and other
reports, as well as the Risk Assessment
followixig
following comments and requirements:
requirements:
You are required to submit a conceptual site model (CSM), using existing and new data, to
identif' any data gaps for delineating the soil vapor plume and impacted groundwater on and
2008,' and may be included
offsite. This CSM is due to the Regional Board by August 19, 2008,'
with the required work plan(s) for additional investigation of soil-gas and groundwater (see
.
below).
data is
is needed.
needed. tO
tO properly
properly evaluate
evaluatethe
the'lateral
'lateraland
and vertical
vertical extent
extent of
Additional groundwater data
on-site
collected
from
the
contamination.
Although
groundwater
data
collected
groundwater
groundwater contamination. Although groundwater data
contamination
in
groundwater
mothtoring wells indicate concentrations of chlorinated VOCs contamination
monitoring
have been significantly reduced,
reduced, the
the upgradient,
upgradient, cross-gradient,
cross-gradient, and downgradient extent of
levels. Therefore, you are required to
this contamination has not been defined to non-detect levels.
contamination originating from the'
the
fully define the vertical and lateral extent of groundwater contamination
site. However,,
However, prior
priorto
toconsthition
consthitionof
ofadditional
additionalgrotmdwater
groundwater monitoring wells you are
(includingrequired to conduct an investigation of the physical
physIcal properties
properties of
of the
the saturated zone (indludingvertical
groundwater
laboratory sieve analysis of soil matrix samples) and collect discrete
until.aa competent
competent
samples. Investigation of the
the saturated
saturated zone
zone must
must include
includecontinuous
continuous coring until,
encountered.
Discrete
groundwater
clay boundary with a minimum thickness of 5 feet is
samples should be collected from water bearing zones or at a minimum of every 10 feet if the
additional
lithology appears consistent over 'a large depth interval. Based on this information, additional
groundwater monitoring wells
wells can,
can be
be constructed
constructed to give the most useful data for evaluation of
of multi-depth
multi-depth
installation' of
impact, to groundwater beneath the site, which may require, the installatiOn'
subriiit
a
work
plan
to
definef
define' the
nested or cluster wells on and offsite. You are required to submit a
lateral and vertical extent of contamination in groundwater by August 19,2008.
3.
Based on
on comments
commentsreceived'
received'from
OEHHAdated
datedApril
April
2006 (copy attached), you are
Based
from OEHHA
17,l, 2006
and
required to perform a post-remedial soil-gas investigation and complete a vapor intrusion
evaluatio,n for the site. The work plan for the soil-gas investigation may be included with the
evaluatio.n
work plan for the lateral and vertical delineation of contaminated groundwater due to the
inirusion evaluation is due to the
Regional Board by August 19, 2008. The completed vapor intrusion
docwnent can
Regional Board by December 19, 2008. The following document
can be referenced for the
the Evaluation and
site-specific vapor intrusion evaluation: "Interim Final Guidance ,for the
December
15, 2004
2004(rçvised
(rvised
December
15,
Mitigation of Subsurface Vapor Intrusion to Indoor Aif', dated
Coiilrol.
February 7, 2005), prepared by the Department of Toxic Substances Control.
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-4--
Mr. Robert
Anderson
RobertAnderson
Vailey Aihambra
Alhambra Property
June 11,2.008
11,2,008
c9nducted at' the site. You must resume
resmne monitoring of
4. Groundwater monitoring is not being conducted
4.
the existing and new groundwater wells at the site according to the following semi-annual
schedule:
Report Period
January - June
JanuaryJune
July
- December
JulyDecember
Report Due Date
jSt
JUly3lst
July 3
Januar,'
January' 31st
31st
In addition to the,
the information
information provided
provided in
in the
the previous monitoring reports, all future
groundwater monitoring reports shall include the following:
Isoconcentration map(s) for contaminants of concern in groundwater at the site.
A table detailing the construction of all existing (and planned) groundwater
monitoring wells at the site.
Cross-section figures showing the extent of dissolved-phase contamination in the
saturated zone along the groundwater flow diiection and perpendicular to
groundwater flow direction.
You are required to resume groundwater
groundwater monitoring
monitoring at
at the
the site,
site with the July through
December 2008 groundwater monitoring report
rçport 'due to
to' the
the Regional
Regional Board
Board no
no later
later than
than
January 31, 2009.
5.
A
.AHealth
Health and
and Satèty
SafetyPlan
Plan for
for the
the required
required work
work must
must be
be submitted to the Regional Board
prior to initiating.any
You may
may include
include the
the Health
Health and
and Safety
Safety Plan
Plan in
in the
the required
required
initiating any fieldwork.
fieJdwork You
work plan(s) as an appendix.
6: Please, note that effective July 1, 2005, all reports' submitted to the Regional Board must
comply with the electronic submittal of information (ESI) to be submitted over the internet,
'and/or
groUndwater
reports,
soil
monitoring
groundwater
including,
investigationlcharacterization reports, remedial action plans,' requests for closure, and
investigation/characterization
portable data format (PDF). The text of the regulations can be found at the URL:
http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/ust1cleanup/eiectronicreporting/does/final
http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/usticleanup/eiectronic
reporting/does/finalejectronic
ejectronicregs
regsdecO4.pdf.
decO4.pdf,
,data management system is capable of
Additionally, the State Water Board Geotracker .data
accepting this electronic information. The Regional Board does not have the resources' to
acquire hardware to allow caseworkers to appropriately review documents in electronic
foreseeable future,
future, we request that you continue
form. Therefore, for the
continue to
to submit
submit hard
hard
th foreseeable
copies of all documents and data submittals, in addition to ESI to Geotracker.
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Mr. Robert Anderson
Valley Aihambra Property
Property
Junell,2008
June
11,2008
Puisuant to section 13267 of the CWC, you are required to submit
conceptualsite
sitemodel
modeland
andaa
submitaaconceptual
work plan for additional soil gas and groundwater investigation on and offsite by August 19, 2008, a
vapor intrusion evaluation by December 19, 2008, and to resume groundwater monitoring and
reporting according to the schedule specified in item 4 (above), with the first semi-annual
groundwater monitoring report
report due
due by
by January
January 31,
31,2009.
2009. A Health and Safety Plan for the proposed
proposed
work must be submitted to the Regional Board prior to initiating any fieldwork. You may include the
Health and Safety Plan with the required work plan as an appendix.
Pursuant to section 13268 of the CWC, failure to submit the required technical reports by their due
dates may result in civil liability
liability administratively
administratively imposed
imposedby
bythe
theRegional
Rgional Board
Board .in
.in an
an amount
amount up to
Qne
ne thousand
thousanddollars
dollars($1000)
($1000)for
foreach
eachday
daythe
thetechnical
technial report
report or
or document
document isis not
not received.
received.
If you have arty
any questions,
questions, please
please feel
feel free
free to
to contact
contact Mr.
Mr. David
David Young
Young at
at (213)
(213) 576-6733
576-6733 or
or Ms.
Ms.
Sn Han at (213) 576-6735.
576-6735
Sincerely,
E :OSCUe
e officer
Enc1osure
Enclosure
Memorandum from OEHHA dated April 17, 2006
Cc:
Ms. Jennifer Fordyce, Office of Chief Counsel
Ms. Linda Northrup, Northrup Schlueter
Herman,.S.D.
Mr. Gary Herman,
S.D. Herman Co.
Ms. Joan Donnellan, Leland, Parachini, Steinberg, Mtzger & Melnick, LLP
Dr. George Linkletter, Environ
Mr. Eddie Arslanian, Environ
Ms. Seema Sutarwala, Environ
California Environmental
Caljfornia
Environmental Protection
Protedion Agency
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David
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A. Young
Los Angeles Region IV
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
1st
4tb
'loor.
Street,
320 W 4tbStr
320W
90013:
Los Angeles,
Angeles,.Califortha
Califoma 90013
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Hristo
IfristoHritoy,
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FROM:
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Integrated Risk Assessment Btanch
Asessrnent
Assessment
Office of Envirpnnaental
Environinelltal Health Hazard Assessment
.12th
12th
Flopr
1001 I Street,
95814
Sacranj.eflto, California
Sacramento,
California 9581:4
.
DATE:
Apiil 17, 2O06
Apiili7,2006.
STJBJCT:
.ST)BJCT:
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RISK ASSBSSMENT
A5 SSSMENT OP POTENTIAL
..
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BoULEvARD;.
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LIi'OPNIA, ATh) ESPONSETO
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BOULEVARD,
TOINDOQRAIR,4900
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ORGACcOPOUI)S
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the report.):
reort.).
(Italicized text is quoted from the
EnviroDfllefltal Health
EnvirODmnt8l
Health haiard
haiard
The Integrated
Integrated Risk
RiskAssessment
Assessinnt Branch of the Office of
Potential
Migration
'Risk Asses.sine11t
Asse&sinent Of
Assssnent (OEHHA)
Assessment
(OEBBA)reviewed
reviewed the: document entitled
Migeles,
.Lo Aiigeles,
Valley Boi1levard,
Boidevai'd, .Lo
4900 Vciley
Compounds To Indoor Air,
Air, 4900
Of Volatile
Volattle Organic Coinpoun.ds
letter çntitled
ntiUed
approval.
In addition, a letter
cpnnents
Enviion:totoprovide
provide
cpents or
or approval. In
CalfOraia
byEnviion
CakfOraia ", prepared b'
Ydilatile
Organic
Ydlatile
Organic
PotentialMigration
Potential
Miraton Of
Of
'Response to QEEHA review of Risk Assessment Of
Angeles,
Calfornia
" was
was received on
Calfornia"
Valley Boulevard,
Boulevard,LOs
Lds
Compounds To Indoor Air,
Air, 4900
4900 Valley
inernorandim. The letter was prepared
the pi-eparation.of
p-epaation.of this memorandum.
March 29, 2006 and considered in the
Angeles Water
intended to
to the
the attention
attention of the Los Angeles
OEHHA' s concerns intended
to address some initial
initial OB.HHA'
Resoiirce Quality Control Board (LA RWQCB) site manager.
Resource
Euviromflefltâl Protection Agency
California Enviromflefltâl
caZforitia is red.
nat. Every
EveryCàlifor;ziezz
Californian
Thy
energy cI:allaflgefai1tZ
challenge facing CaZfornia
The citergy
cOflSIWLpO1.
needelo
on to
needs.toicke
sakeimmediate
i,nn:adigtact!
action
o reduce energy
prinsad
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A. Young
Da'id A-.
pri1,17,
17,2006
4pril,
.2006
Page 2
Review
Scope of the
theReview
regulatory issues
isues related
related o th risk
The documents were reviewed for scientific and regulatory
"unrestricted
use"
obtain
an
"unrestricted
use"
condition
for
the Site from the
assessment process applied "to obtain an
...." Tile
The.reviéw
Angeles...."
review was intended
California Regional
California
RegionalWater
Wter Quality conti-ol
Control Board - Los Angçles
ñaade by
con1us1onsthade
on:their
ana1'sis,
and
.eva1uatethe
conQluslons
elaborate
ontlieir
arial/sis,
and
.evaluatethe
to verify the obtained results;
resuits
refleoting
reflecting
the
scientific
integrity
arid
and
the
text
the consultant. Only typographical errors
interpretation were noted.
Limitations
j iinitd
to to
thethedevelopment
short report js
iinuited
developmentof
of riskriskThe Report Format and Content - This shortreport
otentia1ly occupying
occupying the
the site from
conbentrations (RB
(RBcs)
based concentrations
Cs) developed
developed to
to protect
protect residents potentially
andgrQun4water:
gQunwater:
inhalation ofvapor,s
inhalation
ofrapoxs migrating
thigratiig from contamin.ated
contaminated soil and
was found
found in
inthe
theprovided
providedreport,
reorL
Site CharacterizationCharacterization'-No
10 site characterization
characterization section was
t'Fourth Quarter 2003
2003
doc.umeits, namely
iianely "Fourt1Quarter
Eiivirqn provided (through
.theLA RWQCB) a set of doqunients,
Ettviron
thrôugh .the'LA
ast
Valley
Boulvard,
Soil
Sampling,
4900
Ground Water Monitorink report
report and
and Confirmatioh
confirmation
for ConfIrmation
Confirmation Soil
Soii Sampling
Sarnping and
of
"Woi4lan for
and Final
Final Round
Roundof
Los Amgeles,
Aigeles, c'dlfoniia
Ccthfornia",",and
and"Woi*plan
Valley Al
Al hanibra
hanibra Property,
Property,Los
Los Aiigeles,
Aiigeles,
Ground. Wat.6
Wat.eiSampling,
Sanling, 4900
4900East
EastValley
ValleyBoulëvärd,
Boulvrd, Valley
Ground.
March
29,
2006.
However,
California" as
California"
as part
prt of
of the
the Respons to .OEBIEA
.OEBB.A review
reviw letteron
letteron
An accurate estimate of risk from
OEHHA was not authorized to review these documents. Aa
condeñtralion t1at reflected the contamination at
contaiiination at a site depends
depends on
on chemical
chemicalconderitrations
contamination
to.be
be analyzed for toxic
toxic.chemicals
chemicals that
that
the site. This requires samples of soil, soil-gas and water to
nhtlstieprSefl
strepresent
tli.
th.
site
site
as
a
thermor,1besampi
icati
thermor1hesampi 1cati
arelikely to be
bein
int1ie
tl.e samples.
Finally,
samples must be handled in such a
whole or
whole
oratatleast
leastnot
notaVoid
avoidsiguificant
siificant contamination.
contamination.
take place.
place. Due
Due to
to their
their proximity to and
way that chemical is not lost before the analysis can take
better
familiarity with
Water Quality
Quality Control
Control Board (RWQCB) staff can better.
with sites,
sites, RgiQna1
Rgionai Water
and
needed
for
chemical
analysis.
Therefore,
determine the sampling
sampling locations,
loatioñs, sample
sample handling
handling
OBERA based its analysis on the assumptionthat thesathpling and analysis are comprehensive,
OEHHA
4ath used
usedin
inthe
theRisk
RiskAssessment
Assessmentare
arecortect
crtect
accivate for this site and that all data
representative, and accurate
monitoxig
and
confrmatipn
soil
ground water
water monitoring and con.firmati9n soil
and representative of the data
data shown
shown in
in the
the grpund
samphng report.
sampling
.
slid, groundwater data. CaIEPA
sthl matrix
matiix aiad
Type of Data
Daa Used
Used - Afl ±nódeling
±nOdeling is based on soil
uncertabaty
related to
data
to
decrease
the
ulicertabaty
nd US EPA recommend the use of soil-gas
and
phases.
phases.
According
Acording
to
to
the
Environ
Bn\iiron
contaminaiat partitiorng
partitiorng among
contaminaat
amongthe
th three sQil matrix
matrix
Migratioa. . ." letter sent on
"Response to OEEBA
OEEEA review of "Risk Assessment
Assessment of
of Potential Migration.
David A. Ydimg
Ybung'
April, 17, 2006
Page 3
:Page3'
performed following
followingthe
there7necliation.
reinediation because
because of the
March29, 2006
March'29,
2006' "no
"no soil-gas
soil-gas sctinpling
scanplzng was performed
soil and,
and, ground
ground water."
water." This could represent a limitation in
low concentrations
oñcentratiOflSremaining
remainin in ;soil
the assessment.
Site 'BakgrOufld
Site'Baekgroufld
Tnformation wa found within the rovided risk assessment report and
No Site Background
Bakgrouatd Tn''ormation
March 29
292O()6.
2006.
qithin the documents sent on
on March
General Comments
OBKHA to
to review
review'
LAkWQCB
kWQCB requested OEKHA
CQmp1etefleSof
Comp1eteneS
o the Risk Assessment - The LA
and
ingestion
and,
contact
and construction
constructionscenarios,
scenarios,soil
soil ingestion
the risk
risk eStirn
estimation
ation under
under residential
residential and
originatihg
originatiiag
from
from
sQil
soil
and.
aid
ground
groimd
water.
'water. Some
Some initial
pathways, and migration of.vapors
cf.vapors
'RespIonse
to OEHHA
OEHHA
Environ's
1'Response
to
tothe
theLA
LARWQCB
RWQCBresulte&in
resultedin Environ's
OEHHAth
conments provided
coiaments
provided by
by OBHHA
OHH.
29,
006
to
OEHHA.
letier sent on March
March 29, 006 to
Potential Migration... "letLer
revew'of
review
of"RskA&sesi,ient
"Risk Asses?1entof
ofPotential
number of óomplete
figure
figare
attached
to
this
letter
shows
a
Model(SCM)
(SCM)
A :Site
Site Conóptu.a1
Conptaa1 Model
soil,ingestion and
and deiflial
deinial contact
contact with
with soiL
soiL' However, according to
exposure pathways,'including
exposure
path''s,including soil.ingestion
thigration indoors
indoors have
have been
been eLiminatd
eliminated as
thetext (response
the'text
(response 1)
1) all
all pathways except vapor rnigraxion
pathways
athways s1ould
slould
The
e]imination
ejimination
of
potentially
potentially
re1evant
relevant
with6ut ftuther explanation.
incomplete without
scenario
residential
scenario
risk estirnatio'n'under
estiniation under residential
OEUEA agrees
agrees that risk
be discussed in the report.
ieport: OEUEA
risk estimation
estimation imd
md industrial or
than
tyiical
risk
provides ñaore
more conservative
conservative risk estimates
worker scnario;
scnario:
nOt apply
apply:to
tothe
the construction
construction worker
commercial scenarios. However, this does not
rnder the
pathways
the'eliminationof
ofpathv'ays inder
Without thather
Withàut
futher eçplanati9n,'QEBIEA
esplanati9n.,QEBIFiA cannot suppprt theelimination
'
..
residentialand
residential
andconstradtion
constration scenarios.
scenarios.'
.Gon$watei
'G'Pothi4wate
at'
the 5CM,'
"-,oid water
Aoriigio thee
CM,' '-,owd
water at
tai tionOfCoflern Aoriig'to
and too
too deep
deep for
for de?lnal
dehnal contact".
contact". The following table
the sue
the'
site isis not
not in
in aa water
water supply
supply aquifer
aquifer and
groi.ndwater,concentrations to
to cun'ent
current drinithig
drinking water Public Health
compares the niaximiun
maximum groiindwater.concentratiOfls
Goals.
'
Olemical
Chemica'
Tetrachioro ethylene (PCE)*
Trichioro ethylene (TCE)*
cis-1 ,2-Dicbloro
,2Dich1oro ethylene
* carcinogen
aith. Goal
Public Health.
Maximum
GroundwaterConcentration
Concentration 'Public
Maximu' Groundwater
(')
()
26
19
89
(gJL)
(p.gJL)
0.06
0.8
100
David A. Young
April, 17,
i7, 2006
Page 4
de1iig, it appears that
that
iiithe
thevapor
vapormigration
migrationmo
modeiiig,
Tablç 55 showing
Based on .Tablç
showing parameters
parameters used ii
:closest
closest
the ground 'vater
vater is
is located
located 13 feet below ground surface (ft bgs). The location of the
positiofl to assess the
the report.
report.O.BBEIA
O.BrnIA is not in
in aapositio
drinkiig water wells is not shown in the
proteced as a
that
.ound
water
does
not
need to be protcfedas
conclusion
that
ground
waterdoes
appropriateness of the Environ's
Enviion's
thinking water source.
drinking
discussion of
of the
the potential
potentialof
ofecological
ecological.impact
ias
impact was
ub discussion
Evaluation of Ecological Impact
Impact -- no
found in
found
in the
thereport.
repor.
IndoorMr
Soil and Ground Water Vapor Migration to IndoorAir
provideddocuments:
documèXs:
The
identified in tie
The following
followingissues
issueswere
weeidentifiedin
1eprovided
wa 'idelitifled
identified at two separate
sepaiate depth
According to
top.
ethylene (PCE) was
1..According
p.33of
ofthe
thereport
reporttetrachioro
tetrachioroethylene
All.
surface (bgs) and
10 to
to 13
13 ft bgs. All
goimd surface
and from
om '10
strata from approximately 2 to 7 feet below grotmd
The
soil
based
on
this
this
4epth
cepth
contaminatioai
contaminatiori
assumption.
asuinption.
PCE mocI1ing
modeling and
andrisk
riskcalculations
calculationsare
re
the
PCB
PCE
Environ should
should have
have assuxped
asuxned that
that
interval between
not sampled. Environ
interval
between7.3
7.3and
and10
10ftftbgs
bgswas
wanot
avoid
mode]ing
ujiderestimation
of the
the risk
risk
ftbgs'to
avoid
modeling
underestimation
of
contatninatiön
startsatat73
73and
andextends
extendstoto13
13 ftbgsto
contañinatibn starts
and hazard.
..
.
.
modeling
intrusion modeling
the paratheters
parameters usedin
usedin theyapor
theyapor intri4sion
TableS5 shows the
2. Although the report's Table
Later,
thè.report. Later,
spreadsheets
were
not
prqvided
within
the.report.
provided
(from soil arid
and ground water), modeling
PCE in soil and refined
refined PCE
PCE niodeling
niodelingfoT
for one ofthe
Environ
provided example preadshèts
predshèts for
Environ pxOvided
for PCE
to OBIItIA
OEHHA comments...."
commèn.ts...." letter:
"Responseto
otiits "Respolise
three grOups
groups of
of groundwater
groundwater wells
wells only, as part of
.
.
Thus I was unable
unable to
to verify
verifi the modeling calculations.
This
inTable
Table5.
5. This
iiinthe:spil
the :spil aeoig
eiixgeciio
eciio3 in
s1in,
Twosoilstrata,.nameiy
soll.trata,.iarneiy A and B
B are
are si
a Ti,o
the
re sandextending
both strata are
sand extendingto
to the
because both
subdivision is
is unnecessary
unnecessary and
andconfusiig
confusingbeause
& Ettingei
Ettingei model
model allows
aflows assigning
assigning strata for the
groun4watertable
groundwater
table,and
andthe
theJohl3so,n
khlison &
not
below
below
the
the
top
top
of
of coiitarninatioi'i.
coiitarnination.
depth interval above the top of contamination not
that the
themodeling
móeling was performed
shows that
However, the spreadsheet .providd later shows
onjy.
correctly. Accordingly, this
this coiriment
comment refers to the presentation in Table 5 only.
type of
the different type
Table 5 shows three groups of groundwater well locations differing by the
thiclçness,and
andcontaminant
contaminant concentrations.
concentrations. The
respectivelysoil
soilproperties,
propeties soil
soil, respectively
soil thic)iess,
refined- groundwater
grciundwaterPCE
POE modeling
modeling at one of
provided spreadsheet shows an example of refined
modeling results
results
ihether the
to understand
understand vrhether
the modeling
the groups only. This way itit was
was impossible
imp pssible to
migration,
and
respectively
are representative of the locations showing the highest vapor
risk and hazard.
.
David A. Young
April, 17,
2006
17,2006
Page 5
from inhalation
inhalation of
ofvapors
vapors
3;Tbe repo±t
3;Tbé
report does
does not
not show
show the
the ctuntilative
ctunulative hazard resulting from
originating in
originating
in soil
soil and
aridground
groun water..
4.. Table 6 of the report show
show some
some RBC
RBC calculation
calculationerrors
errors which were corrected in the revised
2.32 B+02
B+02 p.g/kg).
p.g/kg).
Table 6 attached to the letter (except for ethylbeuzene which RBC should be 2.32
eased
ad on
onthe
theabove,
above, OEBHA
OEBHA independently
indpendnt1y remodeled
remodeledthe
the RBCs
RBCs and estimated
estimated the
risk resulted jn.the
in the low
cumulative
cumulative' risk
risk arid
aiid hazard.. While
While' the
the total
total inoremeiatal
incremental lifetime cancer risk
which
is
even
below'the
recoimiaended
resulted
about
0.2
which
is
even
belowthe
recommended
1O range,
range, the
the total
total hazard
hazard index
index reu1ted about 0.2
resulted to
to 'oe
be close
close to
to the
the ones
acceptable one of 1.0. The obtained
obtained RBC
RBC and
and risk.value.s
risk, values resulted
generated by the consiñtant
consultant.
.':
.,
Conclusions
.
Volatile Organic
Oran.ic
Assessment
O'Potentia1
Migration Of
My review
reviewof
ofthe
thepresented
presentedRisk
Risk
Assessment
O'PotentialMiaton
Of Vointi1
Compounds To Indoor Air óonfrmed the 'consultant
Compouads
consultant conclusions.
The following issues are presented
presented for.your
for.your consideration':
consideration:
didnot
not evaluate
evaluate all
all
1 .The assessment
assessment was
waslimited
limitedtotothe
theindoor
indoorair
airpathway
pathwayfor
forieidents.
ieidents.ItItdid
tomplete
worker scenario's.
complete pathway
pathwaysunder
underiesidential
esidentia1and
andconstruction
co,nstruçtionwotker
scenarios.
2.The'potential'ecological
2.Thepotential
ecological impact
impact was
was not
not discussed..
discussed.
3.Groundwater
wasnot
notconsiderd
considereda asource
sourceor,potential
or.potentialsource
sourceofofdrinking
dr±ing water. No.
3Groundwater was
supportive arguments weth
were found
found in
in the
the provided
provided 'documents.
documents.
4.The methods arid
and parameters for evaluating the vapor rnigration.pathway
rnigration.pathway were
were not
not clear in
subsequent
originai report. Although, this was eveninally
eventually clarified by Environ's subsequent letter
the original
amendment toAthe
report
the.,e?ort.
.port.'An amendment
tothe report
ndniywn
inyownrecalculation,
recalcilation, his.letter.i
bis. letterà not
not' part
part f the
nd
.
.
.
may help in this regard.
cakulations
demonstrated
caliulations
5 .Additivity was not considered
considered for
for non-carcinogens,
non-carcinogens, although
althoughmy
my
"acctabl
total
hazard
acceptable
total
hazardindex.
index.
6.TJ.e
6 .TJ.eacceptabilityof
accpta'oility' ofthe
thecalculated
caiculatedtotal
totalcancer
cancerrisk
riskisis aa risk
risk management
management decision and the
possibility, of use'restTic'tion
or mitigatidn
mitigatinn should'be
should'be deteniiined
determinedby
by the
the LA RWQCB.
use'restTiction or
.
.
.
.
.
Please do not hesitate to contact
contact the
nie at
at (916)
(916) 322-8364
322-8364 or
orby
by e-mail at,
lllDristov©oehha.ca.gov, ififyou
review.
lThristov(Eioehha.ca.gov,
youhave
haveany
anyquestions
quest.ins related to this review.
Reviewed by:
by
D .VM., M.Sc., Senior Toxicologist
Jim C. Carlisle,
Carlisle,D.V:M.,'M.Sb.,
Toxicologist
.
Exhibit B
PARKER MILLIKEN
PARKER, NIILLIKEN, CLARK O'HARA, SAMUELIAN
A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
Direct Di&: (213) 683-6638
E-mail: [email protected]
JOAN C. DONNELLAN
June 27,
27, 2Q08
2008
Via Hand Delivery & Facsimile
Fax No. (213) 576-6640
David Young
California Regional Water Quality
Quality Control
Control Board
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90013
Re:
(SLIC No 0967,Site ID 204DJ00)
4900 ValleyAlhambra Blvd Site,
Site, (SLIC
Dear Mr. Young:
Leggett & Platt
Platt Incorporated
Incorporated hereby
herebyrequests
requets that the file containing all documentation
relied on by the Board in the above referenced matter be made available for inspection and
copying no later than July 2, 2008 to assist both Valley Alhambra and Leggett & Platt
Incorporated to evaluate the filing of a Petition for Reconsideration of the order issued in the
California Water Code Section 13267 and a Petition for Review
June 11th 2008 letter pursuant to California
Code Section
Section 13320.
13320.
and Abeyance with the State Water Board under California Water Code
Because State Water Board Counsel has advised us that the petitions must be filed by
July 11, 2008,we request an expedited response to avoid further prejudice to our client.
Leggett & Platt Incorporated
Incorporated makes
makes this
this request
request exclusively in its role as administrator of
agreement between Valley Aihambra and Leggett &
the cap fund established by the settlement agreement
Platt Incorporated and does not
not admit
admit liability for the condition of the above referenced site.
Please contact Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian at Environ to arrange the date for inspection and copying.
Truly Yours,
I',,,
ii"
1,
'Joan
Joan C. Donnellan
PARKER, M1LLIKEN, CLARK,
O'HARA & SAMUELIAN
4009-700
4009-700(32984a)
(32984)
AUORNEYS
AUORNEYS AT
AT LAW
LAW
ThIRTIETH FLOOR
555 SO.
SO. FLOWER.
FLOWER.STREET
STREET. LOS
LOS ANGEI.ES,
ANGEI.fS, CA 9007
9007 1-2440
1244O
(213) 683-6500 . FAX (213) 683-6669
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ph: 818.707.2600
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www.nsplc.com
Northrup Schlueter
A Professional Law Corporation
June 27, 2008
Via U.S. Mail & Facsimile
576-6640
(213) 576-6640
Mr. David Young
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90013
Re:
4900 Valley Aihambra Blvd. Site, (SLIC No 0967, Site ID 204DJ00)
Dear Mr. Young:
My firm represents Valley Aihambra Properties, the owner of the above referenced
property. We are in receipt of a recent order issued by the State Water Board with reference to
this property. On behalf of our client, we hereby request that the file containing all
documentation relied on and generated by the Board in the above referenced matter be made
available for inspection and copying no later than July 2, 2008 to assist us and our consultants in
evaluating the recent order in the context of the entire site history and to evaluate and, if
necessary, file a Petition for Reconsideration of the order issued in the June 11, 2008 letter
pursuant to California Water Code Section 13267 and a Petition for Review and Abeyance with
the State Water Board under California Water Code Section 13320.
Because State Water Board Counsel has advised us that any such petitions must be filed
by July 11, 2008, we request an expedited response to this request to avoid prejudice to our client
in this matter.
Please contact Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian at Environ as soon as possible to arrange a date for
inspection and copying. Should you have any questions or need further information to process
this request, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Very tru'Iy yours,
Linsi
LLN/
Nd
Northrup Schluettr
A ?,,io4
?,,io4 L...
L. Copo,s'
Copo,s'
www.nsplc.com
Mr. David Young
June27, 2008
Page2
cc:
JoanC
Joan
C;Donneilan;Esq.(byU;SMai1)
Donnellan;Esq.(byU;S. Mail)
Mr. Gary J. Herman, Sr. (by U.S. Mail)
Mr. Eddie Arsianian (by U.S. Mail)
Mr. George Linkletter (by U.S. Mail)
Ms. Sue Haim (by U.S. Mail and Facsimile)
'ENVIRON
FACSIMILE COVER LETTER
Date:
July 7, 2008
To:
UST File Review
From:
Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian
Company:
LARWQCB
Company:
ENVIRON
Fax No.:
213-576-6707
Fax No.:
(213) 943-6301
Project No.:
Total # of Pages:
1
(including cover page)
Message:
In anticipation of a filing of a "Petition for Reconsideration" by this Friday, July 11, ENVIRON
requests to review files this week for the Valley Aihambra Property, 4900 Valley Boulevard, Los
Angeles, California (Underground Storage Tank ID No. 900320052). The site also has a SLIC
listing (SLIC No. 0967) and we have made a separate request for that file under the SLIC program.
Please coordinate with Mr. David Young, the case officer under the SLIC listing, to expedite this
process.
Please call me at 213-943-6326 to set up an appointment. Thank you.
copy: Mr. David Young, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Ms. Su Han, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
www.environcorp.com
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950, Los Angeles, CA 90017
213.943.6300
Fax: 213.943.6301
If you receive the following facsimile incomplete or with errors,
_1
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1.1, I')12\
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'ENVIRON
ENVIRON
FACSIMILE COVER LETTER
Date:
July 7, 2008
To:
SLIC File Review Request
From:
Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian
Company:
LARWQCB
LARWQCJ3
Company:
ENVIRON
Fax
No.:
FaxNo.:
213-576-6717
Fax
No.:
FaxNo.:
(213)943-6301
Project No.: SLIC No. 0967
Total # of Pages:
1
(including cover page)
Message:
In anticipation of a filing of a "Petition for Reconsideration" by this Friday, July 11, ENVIRON
ENVIRON
requests to review files this week for the Valley Aihambra
Alhambra Property, 4900 Valley Boulevard, Los
Angeles, California (SLIC No. 0967). Please coordinate with Mr. David Young, the case officer, to
expedite this process.
Please call me
me at
at 213-943-6326
213943-6326 to
to set up an appointment. Thank
Thank you.
you.
Regional Water Quality Control Board
copy: Mr. David Young, Los
Los Angeles
Angeles Regional
Ms. Su Han, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
www.environcorp.com
.
.
.
If you receive the following facsimile
facsmi1e incomplete or with errors,
please contact our reception desk at (213) 943-6300.
Exhibit C
PARKER MILLIKEN1
PARKER, MILLIKEN,
MILLIKEN, CLARK,
CLARK, O'I-IARA,
O'HARA, SAMIJELIAN
SAMIJELIAN
COPOFATION
A PFOFESSIONAL
PIOFESSIONAL COPOFATION
Direct Dial: (213) 683-6586
683-6686
E-mail: PMAZGANI©PMCOS.COM
PMAZGANI©PMCOS.COM
PEDRAM MAZGANI
July 10, 2008
576-66401
Via U.S. Mail & Facsimile 1(213)
1(213) 576-6640]
Attn: David Young
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 20Q
Los Angeles, California 90013
Re:
Alhambra Blvd Site, (SLIC No 0967,Site ID 204DJ00)
4900 Valley Aihambra
Dear Mr. Young:
State
On July 10, 2008, Leggett &
& Platt
Platt Incorporated
Incorporated filed
filed aa Petition
Petitionwith
with the
the State
Section
13320
for
review
of
the
Water Resources Control Board pursuant to Water Code
California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region's Section 13267 Order
issued to Leggett & Platt Incorporated on June 11, 2008. Pursuant to Title 23 of the California
Code of Regulations, Section 2050.5(a) you are requested to file the administrative record,
Water Resources
including available tape recordings and transcripts, if any, with the State WaterResources
Control Board within thirty (30) days.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Very Truly Yours,
V
Pelram Mazgani
Pe"dram
Mazgani
PARKER, MILLIKEN, CLARK,
O'HARA & SAMUELIAN
cc:
Ms. Linda Northrup (via facsimile)
Mr. Gordon Billehi.mer
Billehimer (via facsimile)
Mr. Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian (via facsimile)
facsimile)
Mr. George Linkletter (via facsimile)
Ms. Sue Hahn (via hand delivery)
4009-700 (330435)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
AT1ORNEYS
LAW
THIRTIETH FLOOR
555
ANGELES, CA
CA 90071-2440
90071-2440
555 SO.
SO. FLOWER STREET LOS ANGELES,
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PARKER, MILLIKEN,
MILLIKEN, CLARK,
CLARK,O'HARA
O'HARA&&SAMLJELIAN
SAMUELIAN
A Professional Corporation
555 S. Flower St., 30th Floor
LOS Añèlè,Cálifô±iiià9O07I-240
Angeles, CàlifOhiia.90071-2440
Los
Telephone:
(213) 683-6500
Facsimile:
(213) 683-6669
Attorneys for Petitioner
Leggett & Platt, Incorporated
7
8
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
9
STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD
BOARD
10
11
12
13
14
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION
OF LEGGETT & PLATT,
INCORPORATED, FOR REVIEW OF
WATER CODE SECTION 13267
ORDER DATED JUNE .11, 2008, BY
THE CALIFORNIA REGIONAL
WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD,
LOS ANGELES REGION,
Petition No.
DECLARATION
IN
DECLARATION OF
OFGEORGE
GEORGELINKLETTER
LINKLEflER IN
SUPPORT OF PETITION FOR REVIEW
PURSUANT TO WATER CODE SECTION
13320 AND 23 C.C.R. SECTION §2050 ET SEQ.
[Request To Be Held In Abeyance Under 23
C.C.R. §2050.5(d)] and STAY OF ORDER
15
16
17
I, GEORGE 0. L1NKLETTER,
LINKLETTER, declare as follows:
18
I declare under penalty of perjury that I am a Principal and Senior Vice President
19
of ENVIRON and have served as the Principal-in-Charge of investigation, evaluation and
20
remediating the PCE/TCE contamination at 4900 East Valley Boulevard, Los Angeles California
21
("Site").
22
I have both A.B. and A.M. degrees in Geology from Dartmouth College, and a
23
Ph.D. in Geology from the University of Washington. I am a Professional Geologist in the State
24
of California with over 35 years of experience, including extensive experience in investigating
25
suspected contamination, characterizing contaminated sites and developing and successfully
26
implementing remedial programs. A copy of my curriculum vitae is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
27
PARKER
PARKER MILUKEN
MLUKEN
ClARKOtARA
ONARA &
&
CLK
SAI4UELIAN. A
SAI.IUEUAN.
A
28
My experience extends to all
all types
types of
of industrial
industrial contaminants
contaminants in
insoil
soiland
andground
ground
water, including PCE/TCE, in both rural and urban settings.
PROFESSIONAL
CORPORATION
DECLARATION OF GEORGE LINKLETTER IN SUPPORT OF PETITION FOR REVIEW
330405 (4009-700)
4.
1
2
to evaluate claims of contamination alleged in a complaint filed by Valley Alhambra,
Aihambra, the
the Site
Site
3
owner, against Leggett & Platt Incorporated, Dresher, Inc., and alleged
alleged prior tenants at the Site.
4
ENVIRON's evaluation was
was based
based on data reflected in reports filed with the California Regional
Regional
5
Water Quality Control Board Los Angeles Region ("Regional Water Board") by RMT
6
Environmental in 1992 and 1993 in connection with
with the excavation and remediatjon
remediation of soil
7
adjacent to a former paint dip tank system, which was
was removed
removed by
by R.MT.
RMT. We also reviewed
8
reports filed with the Regional Board in 1993 and 1994
1994 by
by CLT
CLI Engineering
Engineering Services,
Services, Valley
9
Aihambra's
Alhambra's consultant, in connection with an investigation of the Site and reflecting the presence
10
of PCE and TCE
in the
the subsurface
subsurface adjacent to the paint tanks.
ICE in
5.
11
As a condition of the settlement of the litigation in 2000, Valley Alhambra and
and
12
Dresher Inc./Leggett
Jnc./Leggett & Platt, engaged ENVIRON to investigate and remediate the PCE/TCE
13
contamination reflected on the "Investigation Results Report" dated December 9, 1999 in
14
accordance with the terms of the Settlement Agreement between Valley Aihambra,
Alhambra, Dresher, Inc.
Inc.
15
and Leggett & Platt Incorporated.
16
16
6.
The Regional Water Board issued a letter dated January 17, 2001 requiring a
17
Subsurface Site Assessment Work Plan. In that letter,
letter, the Regional Water Board requested
18
infonnation regarding site use history and previous
information
previous enviromnental
environmental investigations conducted at
at the
19
site.
20
7.
Early in the investigation process, the Regional Water Board requested that
21
ENVIRON submit a work plan to identify the migration of contaminants off site on the property
22
located at 4880 East Valley Boulevard, west
west of
of the
the Site..
Site. In
the
In response,
response, ENVIRON submitted the
23
"Work Plan for Off-Site HydroPunch and Bedrock Identification" dated February 22, 2001,
24
affecting the adjacent property owned at that time by the Corradini Corporation.
25
P.RKER MILUKEN
CLARK OltARA
&
CLARK
O1A &
SAMURUAN,A
sAMualA.
A
PROFESSIONAl.
CORPORATION
ENVIRON was engaged by Leggett & Platt Incorporated in 1998 as a consultant,
8.
On April 30, 2001, ENVIRON submitted to the Regional Water Board its
26
"Response to Request for Subsurface Site Assessment
Assessment Work
Work Plan."
Plan." ENVIRON's
ENVIRON's April
April 30,
30, 2001
2001
27
submittal addressed certain issues raised by the Regional
Regional Water Board in its letter dated January
28
17, 2001,.
2001.
-2DECLARATION OF GEORGE LINKLE1TER IN SUPPORT
SUPPORT OF PETITION FOR REVIEW
330405v1 (4009-700)
The historical uses of the site and prior environmental investigations, including
remediation efforts, were documented in Attachment C to ENVIRON's April 30, 2001 submittal.
Contrary to the statement in the June 11, 2008 Order from the Regional Water Board, the "dip
tanks" and underground storage tanks used in the bed frame assembly process were used to store
paints, not solvents, as reflected in reports filed with the Regional Board.
Documentation on the site geology/hydrogeology, including several regional maps
show the site to be located on shallow alluvial deposits, which lie above a non-waterbearing
formation. Based on ENVIRON's site investigation, including generally the stratigraphy
interpreted from boring logs and specifically two borings in which no ground water was
encountered in the southern portion of the site, the water-bearing strata at the site were confirmed
to be locally variable.
Research into ground water supply wells showed that there are no public supply or
privately owned wells within a one-mile radius of the Site.
Initially, the Regional Water Board approved the work plan and its addendum in a
letter dated April 18, 2001. However, the work plan was not implemented due to inability to gain
access to the Corradini property in spite of the efforts of ENVIRON, various attorneys, and the
Regional Water Board itself (letter dated June 5, 2001; see Exhibit B). The Regional Water
Board made no further demands to characterize the migration of contaminants off site.
On June 5, 2001, the Regional Water Board issued a letter regarding ENVIRON's
"Response to Request for a Subsurface Site Assessment Work Plan," dated April 30, 2001. Tn
that letter, the Regional Water Board required that a work plan be submitted to delineate soil
contamination west of the recognized source area. On June 20, 2001, ENVIRON submitted a
Soil West
West of
of Suspected
Suspected Source
Source Area,"
Area,"which
which.involved
involved advancing two
"Work Plan to Delineate Soil
soil borings (SB-1
(SB-i and
andSB-2)
SB-2)along
alongthe
thewestern
westernproperty
propertyboundary.
boundary.This
Thiswork
workwas
wascompleted
completedon
on
June 22, 2001 and an update was provided to the Regional Water Board in ENVIRON's "Status
ofPröject"
of
Project" letter
letter dated
dated October
October 31,
31, 2001.
2001. The
The analytical laboratory reports of the soil samples
and a figure depicting the locations of the two soil borings (SB-i and SB-2) are collectively
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fringe, just above the water table. The results from the deepest samples were judged reflective of
2
ground water conditions and demonstrated only low or nondetectable concentrations of
3
contaminants at the western boundary of the Site, adjacent to 4880 East Valley Boulevard.
4
On April 30, 2001, ENVIRON submitted an "Interim Remedial Action Plan"
5
(IRA?)
The Regional
Regional Water
Water Board
Board
([RAP) to
to address
address subsurface
subsurface volatile
volatile organic
organic compounds
compounds (VOCs).
(V005). The
6
authorized the implementation of the work on June 8, 2001. The remediation system, consisting
7
of 2-PHASE soil vapor and ground water extraction, began operating on December 6, 2001.
8
Following an October 8, 2002 on-site meeting with representatives from ENVIRON (George
9
Linkletter, Eddie Arslanian, and Bita Tabatabai) and the Regional Water Board (David Young
10
and J.T. Liu), the Regional Water Board authorized ENVIRON to shut down the remediation
11
system in order to evaluate possible rebound of VOCs in ground water. On October 15, 2002,
12
ENVIRON submitted to the Regional Water Board a "Request for Post-Remediation Monitoring"
13
documenting the outcome of the October 8, 2002 meeting (see Exhibit D).
Following the agreed upon number of post-remediation ground water monitoring
14
15
events, a meeting was held on November 18, 2003 between representatives from ENVIRON
16
(George Linkletter, Bita Tabatabai, and Eddie Arslanian) and the Regional Water Board (David
17
Young and J.T. Liu) to discuss the data from the post-remediation ground water monitoring and
18
protocols for confirmation soil sampling and a final round of ground water monitoring as a
19
prelude to site closure (No Further Action {NFA] designation).
20
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On December 3, 2003, ENVIRON submitted its "Work Plan for Confirmation Soil
21
Sampling and Final Round of Ground water Sampling." The work plan included an historical
22
summary of the soil, soil gas, and ground water data collected from the Site. In a December 9,
23
2003 email (see Exhibit E), Mr. Young approved the work plan, noting that "the only comment I
24
have is with regard to analysis for VOCs. Due to the nature of this sampling event (confirmation
25
sampling for site closure), VOCs should be analyzed in both soil and ground water by EPA
26
Method 8260B. This analytical method covers a broader range of analytes, which is helpful
27
information in determining if the site is eligible for closure. Other than this issue, everything else
28
appears appropriate." ENVIRON addressed Mr. Young's comment using the requested method
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on samples collected on December 18 and 22, 2003.
2
TnaaJanuary
January16,
16, 2004
2004 email
email (see
(see Exhibit
Exhibit F),
F), ENVIRON
ENVIRON submitted to the Regional
In
3
Water Board the results of the confirmation soil sampling and final round of ground water
4
sampling and requested an NFA
NFA designation
designation for
for the
the site.
site. Tn
In a February 11, 2004 email (Exhibit
5
G), ENVIRON followed up with Mr. Young on the status of
of the
the NFA.
NFA. In
TnaaFebruary
Februaty 24,2004
24,2004
6
email (see Exhibit H), Mr. Young requested a few items afler talking to Regional Water Board
7
"management" for the "closure process." In a March 25, 2004 email (see Exhibit H), ENVIRON
8
submitted a case review form via electronic mail.
9
Following various emails between ENVIRON and Regional Water Board staff
10
(see Exhibit I), in a June 30, 2004 email (see Exhibit 1), Mr. Liu stated that
that Mr. Young had begun
11
working on the NFA designation for the site.
12
13
In
Tnan
anAugust
August10,
10,2004
2004 email
email (see
(see Exhibit
Exhibit J), ENVIRON once again submitted
information to Mr. Young regarding
regarding the
the Site
Site use
use history.
history.
14
Following various emails between ENVIRON and Regional Water Board
Board staff
staff
15
(see Exhibit K), in an October 1, 2004 email (see Exhibit L), Mr. Liu stated that the closure was
16
discussed with Dr. Arthur Heath, Remediation Section Chief.
17
PP1(ER MLLIMEN
PAPI(ER
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SAMJELIAN.
Tnan
In
anOctober
October 6,
6, 2004
2004 telephone
telephone conversation with Mr.
Mr. Liu,
Liu, ENVIRON
ENVIRON informed
18
the Regional Water Board that the Site is not located within the San Gabriel Valley Superfund
19
Area. Also, Mr. Liu stated that a deed restriction would be placed as part of the NFA designation
20
for the Site, restricting the use to non-sensitive receptors
receptors (i.e.,
(i.e., excluding
excluding uses such as residential,
21
schools, health care). Tn
In an
an October
October 6,
6, 2004
2004 email
email (see
(see Exhibit M), ENVIRON confirmed its
22
understanding of the results of the telephone discussion held earlier that day.
23
TnaaMarch
In
March 1,
1, 2004
2004 letter
letter to the Regional Water Board
Board (see
(see Exhibit
Exhibit N), ENVIRON
24
24
requested removal of the remediation
remediation equipment
equipment from
from the
the Site.
Site. Subsequently,
Subsequently, upon receiving the
25
Regional Water Board's approval, the remediation equipment was removed.
26
To address the Regional Water Board's concern that a deed restriction would be
27
required for unrestricted future use, and the implications of VOCs remaining in soil and ground
28
water, ENVIRON prepared a "Risk Assessment of Potential Migration of
of VOCs to Indoor Air,"
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dated November 28, 2005. The risk assessment concluded that the "cumulativecancer risks are
are
2
0 (mostly
no higher
higher than
than11XX1i(i
Water
(mostlyattributed
attributedtotoPCE)
PCE)and
andrecommended
recommended that
that the Regional Water
3
Board provide an NFA designation for "unrestricted use for the site." The Regional Water Board
4
submitted the risk assessment to the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
5
provided its
its comments
comments to
to the
the risk
risk assessment
assessment in an email dated
(OEHHA) for review. OEHIHA
OEHHA provided
6
January 17, 2006. On March 9, 2006, ENVIRON submitted a response to Regional Water Board
7
and OEHHA
OEHIIA responding to the OEHBA comments. In its April 17, 2006 memorandum
8
addressed to the Regional Water Board, OBJ{HA
OEF[HA stated that it agreed with ENVIRON's
9
conclusions regarding the risk assessment, but raised certain questions for Regional Water Board
10
10
consideration. The OEHHA memorandum was first submitted to ENVIRON via facsimile on
11
July 13, 2006.
On January 19, 2007, representatives from ENVIRON (George Linkletter, CY
12
12
13
13
Jeng, Eddie Arsianian),
Arslanian), the Regional Water Board (Adnan Siddiqui1 and David Young), and
14
representatives of the property owner and Leggett & Platt met to discuss the outstanding items
15
raised in the OEHHA. memo. It is my recollection and understanding that, at that meeting, the
16
Regional Water Board agreed on an approach to address the various comments made by OEHHA.
At the January 19, 2007 meeting, Messrs. Siddiqui and Young indicated that they
17
18.
would discuss with Regional Water Board upper management whether there would be a need to
19
19
conduct a post-remediation soil vapor study to confirm that there had been no change in the Site
20
from the last ground water sampling as part of the closure process.
TnaaMarch
March16,
16,2007
2007 telephone
telephone conversation,
conversation, David
David Young stated to Eddie
In
21
22
Arslanian that Ms. Su Han had been assigned as the case supervisor for the Site, taking over from
Arsianian
23
Adnan Sidiqui. George Linkletter,
Linidetter, Eddie Arsianian,
Arslanian, Seema Sutarwala and Regional Water Board
24
staff(Su
staff
(SuHan
Han and
and David
David Young)
Young) met
met on
on May
May 16, 2008. At that meeting, in spite of the history of
25
events, as summarized above, Regional Water Board staff stated that additional work would be
26
required prior to obtaining closure for the Site. Regional Water Board staff, however, did not
27
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Adnan Siddiqui took over the site supervisor position after J.T. Liu transferred to the
California Department of Toxic Substances Control.
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FOR REVIEW
REVIEW
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identify any new evidence or
or changes
changes of
of circumstance
circumstance that
that would
wouldjustify
justif' the Regional Water
2
Board's apparent change in position.
3
My opinion regarding the current status of the Site and the probability of off site
4
migration is based on the historical investigations conducted by other consultants, as well as
5
ENVIRON's Investigation Results Report and subsequent reports of ground water and soil
6
testing results.
7
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SAIAJELIAN. A
PROFESSIONAL
27.
28.
In my opinion, investigation, assessment, and remediation activities conducted to
8
date, and the data derived as a result thereof, do not support the need for further investigation for
9
the following reasons:
10
The Site is located on shallow alluvial deposits, which lie above a non-waterbearing
11
formation. Further, borings and wells installed at the Site confirm that the water-bearing
12
strata at the Site is locally non-contiguous and that there is relatively little water present.
13
In light of these data, contamination detected in shallow ground water beneath the Site
14
does not pose a threat to aquifers that may be present down valley to the west of the Site.
15
There are no public supply or privately owned wells within a one-mile radius of the Site.
16
Ground water testing between
between 2001
2001 and
and 2003
2003 demonstrated
demonstrated that
thatPCIE
PCE levels in the ground
17
water beneath the Site werereduced by orders of magnitude (e.g., from a peak of 4,800
18
pg/l toto26
j.xg/l
26ug/l
ughatatMW2,
MW2,which
whichisislocated
locatedimmediately
immediatelyadjacent
adjacentto
tothe
thesource
source area
area at
at the
the
19
Site) as a result of Regional Water Board approved remediation at the Site.
20
Investigations relating to historic operations at the Site are inconclusive regarding the
21
cause of the PCE contamination at the Site but clearly defmed the source area. Given the
22
results of the assessment, investigation, and remediation at the Site, it appears that source
23
contamination at the Site has been sufficiently remediated and remaining materials do not
24
pose a substantial risk to human health or the environment.
25
Data collected from monitoring wells and soil borings along the western property line of
26
the Site (as well as other data points located downgradient from the source area), when
27
compared to substantially higher contamination levels in the source area on the Site and
28
within the context of the hydrostratigraphy at the Site, indicate only limited migration of
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contaminants away from the source area.
2
The radius of influence of the remediation system that operated at the Site, which include
3
au extraction well immediately adjacent to the Site's western property line, indicate that
an
4
have migrated to
the remedial process also addressed adjacent contamination which may have
5
the downgradient property.
6
The analytical results from the deepest samples were judged reflective of ground water
7
conditions and demonstrated only low or nondetectable concentrations of contaminants
8
along the western site boundary prior to the startup of the remediation system.
9
ENVIRON prepared a "Risk Assessment
Assessment of
of Potential
Potential Migration
Migration of
of VOCs to Indoor Air,"
10
10
dated November 28, 2005, which concluded that the "cumulative cancer risks are no
11
PCE).and
and recommended
recommended that the Regional Water
higher than
than11XX1i00 (mostly attributed to PCE).
12
Board provide an NFA designation for "unrestricted use for the site." In its April 17,
13
2006 memorandum addressed
addressed to
to the
the Regional
Regional Water
Water Board,
Board, OEJ{HA
OBEHA stated that it agreed
14
with ENVIRON's conclusions regarding the risk assessment.
15
The Regional Water Board has previously determined that the Site is suitable for closure.
16
To my knowledge, the Regional Water Board has no new information or evidence to
17
suggest a change from the empirical results that the Regional Board relied on to authorize
18
the removal of the remediation equipment in preparation to formally close the Site, and
19
thus to justify the demand for
for additional
additional investigation
investigation of
of VOC'
VOC'ss at the Site.
20
Remaining contamination at and beneath the Site should dissipate without further active
21
remediation and there is no evidence to suggest that it will pose a significant risk to
22
human health or the environment.
environment.
The cost of additional investigation would require the development of a new scope
23
2.4
24
of work for off-site investigation, installation of ground water wells, monitoring costs, additional
25
reporting and related work.
Since approximately 1998, approximately $913,000 has been spent to address
26
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environmental
enviromnental investigations and remediation at the Site. The minimum estimated costs to
28
dated June
June 11,
11, 2008 will
comply with the requirements of the Regional Water Board's
Board's Order
Order dated
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PETON FOR
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likely be on the order of $250,000, as illustrated in the estimate presented in the table below.
2
Order Requirement
Expenditures and Associated Timeframes
3
#1: Site Conceptual Model
$25,000 (by August 19, 2008)
4
#2: Preparation and
Implementation of
Implementation
of Work:Plan
WorkPlan
for Ground Water
Characterization
$25,000 (by August 19, 2008)
$130,000 (starting
$130,000
(startingSeptember
September2008
2008- assuming
Regional Water Board approval of work plan
within 30 days of submittal)
#3: Preparation and
Implementation of Work Plan
for Soil Gas Investigation, and
vapor Intrusion Evaluation.
$10,000 (by August 2008)
19,
$30,000 (between September and December 19,
2008)
#4: Resuming
Resuniing Semi-Annual
Ground Water Monitoring
$30,000 (minimum of 2 events). $15,000 by
January 31, 2009.
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6
7
8
9
10
11
To date, ENVIRON has spent approximately $913,000 in the site characterization, remediation
12
and follow up consultation and reports to secure a closure. This does not take into consideration
13
the costs incurred by RMT on behalf of Dresher Inc. or CLT Environmental on behalf of Valley
14
Alliambra. To date, I estimate, based on our records and the information provided in connection
15
with the RMT investigation and remediation and the CLT investigation, that over One Million
16
Dollars has been spent to characterize and remediate the Site.
17
It is my opinion that the information regarding the use history of the Site and data
18
from investigations by other consultants, ENVIRON's investigations, the ground water sampling
19
data submitted to the Regional Water Board after the completion of the remediation at the Site,
20
and the results of ENVIRON's human health risk assessment strongly suggest that there is a low
21
probability of significant off-site contamination migrating from the Site that would present an
22
unacceptable riskto human health.
23
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CLR1(O1AR &
CLRKO1AR
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It is also my opinion that, given the extensive work performed at the Site over the
24
last 10 years, characterization of the Site is sufficient to understand the pre and post-remedial
25
conditions at the Site.
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A
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CORPORA1ON
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GEORGE LINKLEUER
LINKLEUER IN
IN SUPPORT
SUPPORTOF
OFPETITION
PEflTION FOR REVIEW
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2
II
33.
Further, it is my opinion that the Regional Water Board's June 11, 2008 Order to
3
commence a new investigation would result in excessive costs that will not result in
4
corresponding benefits to public health and safety especially given the Regional Water Board's
5
Order, which does not defme
define the
the clear
clear objectives
objectives of
of the
the additional
additionaltesting.
testing.
6
I declare under penalty of perjury, under the laws of the State of California, that the
7
foregoing is true and correct.
8
Executed this
10th
10th
day of July, 2008, at Los Angeles, California.
9
10
LINT(LETTER, Declarant
GEORGE 0. LINIKLETTER,
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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
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Exhibit A
George 0. Linkletter, Ph.D.
Education
1971
Ph.D., Geology, University of Washington, Seattle
1967
A.M., Geology,
1965
A.B.,
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
Geology, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
Registrations and Certifications
Professional Geologist, California
Experience
Dr. Linkletter is a Principal at ENVIRON International Corporation. He has over 35 years of
experience in the fields of geochemistry and environmental, mathematical, engineering, and
seismic geology. Since the early 1970s, when he developed one of the first academic programs in
environmental geology in the United States, Dr. Linkletter has managed and participated in a
wide range of projects dealing with industrial chemicals and wastes in the geologic and
hydrologic environments. Many of these assignments were large interdisciplinary projects,
including several projects designed to evaluate potential geoenvironmental-project interactions
for facilities planned by the petroleum, utility, and h7irdous
h7irdous waste
waste management
management industries.
industries.
These projects ranged from siting and designing waste management facilities to the
characterization and remediation of environmental impairment at waste management facilities
and
and industrial
industrial properties.
properties.
Dr. Linkletter managed and participated in the investigation and remediation of a number of
USEPA and State of California Superfund sites. These assignments have included site
investigations, remedial design and implementation, PRP allocation issues, and regulatory
negotiation. Contaminants of concern at these sites have included chlorinated solvents, PCBs,
PCBs,
heavy metals, asbestos, and petroleum hydrocarbons.
hydrocarbons.
Throughout a broad speciTum
spectrum of
of his
his work
work in
in the geological and engineering s geostatistics,
sciences, Dr. Linkletter has had a strong focus on risk management, using applied mathematics,
geostatistics, and decision analysis to quantify and manage uncertainty, thereby facilitating
business decision making for his clients. For over a decade, Dr. Linkletter has served as a senior
advisor and management consultant to major financial institutions and manufacturing firms,
participating in the development and upgrading of corporate-wide environmental health and
safety programs, guiding staffing decisions for corporate and divisional environmental programs,
and establishing protocols for environmental due diligence.
Dr. Linkletter has an active litigation support/expert witness practice. Recent issues that have
been the subject of his evaluation and testimony include the origin and timing of soil and ground
water contamination, the standard of practice for environmental due diligence and related
environmental tasks, compliance with the National Contingency Plan, and allocation of costs and
responsibility
Dr. Linkletter has also participated in and directed scientific research projects and applied
investigations in many parts of North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and both polar
regions. Much of his work has included the development and use of computer models and
I
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George
0. Linkletter,
Linkletter, Ph.D.
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geochemical techniques to study complex natural systems. He has applied the results of these
-studies to a variety of programs
programs ranging
ranging from
from investigations
investigationsfor
forthe
thesiting
sitingarid
and design
designof
oflifelines
lifelines
and critical facilities to large weather-modification projects. Dr. Linkletter received the U.S.
U.S.
Antarctic Service Medal for his research in geology, glaciology, and polar meteorology, and has
been an invited speaker at universities throughout the United States, Europe, and South America.
Dr. Linkletter formerly was a Vice President with Woodward Clyde Consultants, and a Managing
Principal with Harding Lawson
Lawson Associates
Associates in
in southern
southern California.
California.
Representative Projects
Aswàn High Dam, Egypt - Project manager for comprehensive engineering evaluation of
seismic stability of the High Dam. Assessment included seismic and engineering
geology, hydrogeology, seismology, and earthquake and geotechnical engineering.
Client: Government of Egypt/U.S.
EgyptiU.S. Agency for International Development.
Litigation support, Wilmington,
Wilmington, North
North Carolina
Carolina -- Provided
Providedlitigation
litigationsupport,
support,including
including
expert witness deposition testimony, related to the timing and origin of chlorinated
solvent contamination in ground water beneath a former refrigeration coil manufacturing
facility. Client: OMelveny & Myers.
evaluation of
Site investigation, regulatory negotiation, Carson, California - Performed an evaluation
beneath
a
and ground water
the origin of chlorinated solvents in fill soils, native soils, and-ground
multi-tenant light industrial complex that had formerly been used for metal fabrication
and oil field production. Assisted the land owner in obtaining a no further action letter in
spite of the presence of chlorinated solvents in the ground water beneath the property.
Client: Jones, Day, Reavis
Reavis &
& Pogue.
Pogue.
Air and hazardous materials permitting, Irvine, California - Assisted the owner of a
newly acquired property to
to obtain
obtain the
the air
air and
and other
other hFl72rdous
hazardous materials
materials storage
storage and
handling permits required to open a specialty chemical formulation facility. Client:
Alpha Metals.
Litigation support, San Luis Obispo, California - Provided litigation support, including
deposition and trial testimony, related to the standard of practice for environmental due
for
diligence and site investigation related to the acquisition of a former railroad property for
residential use. Client: Beveridge & Diamond.
California,- Conducted a site investigation
Site investigation and remediation, Arrowbear, California.and remedial design and implementation at a former gasoline station acquired by a bank
through foreclosure. Issues included the presence of petroleum and aromatic
hydrocarbons in ground water in fractured bedrock, and the release of contaminants from
the ground water into nearby surface waters. Assisted the bank to obtain reimbursement
through the California Underground Tank Fund. Client: Aldrich & Bonnefin
California -negotiations, San Diego, California
Site investigation, risk assessment, regulatory negotiatiohs,
Assisted attorneys for a property owner in obtaining regulatory closure on a former
agricultural property from which an underground tank had been removed in an
undocumented process and on which elevated concentrations of chlorinated pesticides
had been found. The closure of unused water supply wells was also an issue. Client
O'Melveny & Myers.
;NV.i.ROH
George 0. Linkletter, Ph.D.
3
Site investigation, regulatory negotiations, City of Industry, California - Assisted
attorneys to the owner/operator of a carpet manufacturing facility targeted for inclusion
Superfund program
program in obtaining a no further action
as a PRP in the San Gabriel Valley Superfund
letter from the RWQCB, and thus avoid the Superfund PRP designation. Client:
Kirkland & Ellis.
Kiridand
investigation and
and rem
remediation,
Ground water investigation
ediation, Colorado - Project manager for multiphased
evaluation, characterization, and remediation of volatile organic chemicals in two ground
water plumes at a major electronics manufacturing facility. Statistical sampling design
investigation while
while achieving
achieving the
the required
required
was used to limit the scope
scope and
and costs
costs of
of the investigation
level of confidence in results. Client: Hewlett-Packard Company.
Environmental due diligence for industrial acquisition - Managed the evaluation of
financing
world-wide environmental liabilities for a consortium of banks involved in the financing
of LoraPs purchase of Ford
Ford Aerospace.
Aerospace. Client:
Client: Simpson
SimpsonThacher
Thacher&
&Bartlett.
Bartlett.
Ground water investigation and remediation, Palo Alto, California - Project Director for a
large program that included the characterization and remediation of soil and ground water
contamination by heavy metals and industrial solvents at two electronics manufacturing
facilities and an area-wide Superfund site in Palo Alto. Client: Hewlett-Packard
Company and Varian Associates.
Site characterization and remediation, City of Commerce, California - Directed the
comprehensive investigation of site use history and soil and ground water contamination
and the remediation of soil and ground water contamination by chlorinated solvents and
petroleum hydrocarbons at
at aa foimer
former industrial
industrialmanufacturing
manufacturingfacility.
facility. Client: Jones, Day
Reavis & Pogue.
Emergency response 106 Order removal action, Los Angeles, California - Managed the
planning and implementation of an emergency response removal action associated with a
facility.
USEPA 106 Order issued to the owners and former operators of a metal plating facility.
chromic
acid
acid
in
Issues included the presence of large volumes of highly concentrated
deteriorating aboveground tanks, uncontrolled access to laboratory chemicals,
contaminated plating vats and air handling systems, and the management of over 100,000
gallons of contaminated stormwater runoff. Client: McDermott, Will & Emery
expert
Litigation support, Anaheim, California - Provided litigation support, including expert
testimony in deposition and at trial, related to the standard of practice for environmental
due diligence and the origin of chlorinated solvents in soil and ground water at a former
aircraft component manufacturing facility. Client: Kirkland & Ellis.
Litigation support, Santa Clara County, California - Provided litigation support, including
preparation of a declaration and an expert report related to historical mining, ore
production and processing, and mining waste handling at the New Almaden mercury
mine. Client: Beveridge & Diamond.
Environmental due diligence, Huntington Beach, California - Conducted an
environmental due diligence assessment for a sporting goods retailer that was acquiring
neighboring properties to expand an existing retail facility. Provided oversight of the
remediation of a former
fomer gasoline
gasoline service
service station
station by
by the
the oil
oil company
company that previously
operated the station. Conducted Phase II investigations related to underground tanks and
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fonrier recreational vehicle sale and service facility at the property.
Client: Sports ChaletlTrammell Crow.
Litigation support, Sunnyvale, California - Provided litigation support and deposition
testimony related to the origin
origin of
of chlorinated
chlorinated solvents
solvents present
presentin
inground
groundwater
waterbeneath
beneathaa
office park located downgradient of several former semiconductor manufacturing
facilities and service stations. Client: Quarles & Brady.
Litigation support,
support,.El
El Cajon, California - Provided broad-based litigation support to the
law firm
finn defending
defending an
an insurance
insurance carrier
carrier in
in aa matter
matter related
related to
to aa claim
claim of
of environmental
environmental
damages. Issues included the timing and nature of a release of petroleum hydrocarbons
from a former
fonner underground
underground tank,
tank, the
the distribution
distribution of
of soil
soil and
and ground
ground water
water contamination,
contamination,
and remedial strategies and costs.
cosis. Client: Morrison & Foerster.
Environmental due diligence, Burbank, California - Assisted a major retailer in the
evaluation of environmental issues related to the prospective purchase of a nearly 100
acre former aircraft manufacturing. Plans for the property called for comprehensive
redevelopment into a regional-scale shopping center. Client: Wal-Mart.
support, Sunnyvale,
Sunnyvale,California
California-Provided
Litigation support,
Provided aa detailed
detailed critique of the technical
approach to and costs of investigation and remedial work at a former semiconductor
facility on behalf of a former
foniier owner/operator in a private CERCLA recovery action. Also
assisted in the preparation for and participated in depositions of the technical experts
designated by the adverse parties. Client: Pettit & Martin
Environmental due diligence, nationwide - Assisted a major nationwide realty
management company in developing its pre-acquisition environmental due diligence
protocols and a program for
for annual
annual post-acquisition
post-acquisition evaluation
evaluationof
ofproperties
propertiesininthe
the
company's portfolio. ENVIRON conducts this program for the client and provides
oversight of tenant response to recommended or mandated changes in their
environmental management practices.
pifictices. Client:
Client: Confidential.
Confidential.
Litigation support, Tampa, Florida - Provided comprehensive technical and regulatory
litigation support and expert
expert witness
witness testimony
testimony for
for attorneys
attorneysdefending
defendingthe
theformer
fonner owner
owner
of a metal scrap yard from claims by the new owner for costs related to environmental
investigations and remediation. The primary issues related to the requirements for,
approach to, and costs for the investigation and remediation of soils contaminated with
heavy metals, PCBs, and petroleum hydrocarbons. Client: Trenam, Simmons, Kemker,
Scharf, Barkin, Frye & O'Neill.
Litigation support, Tampa, Florida - Provided comprehensive technical and regulatory
litigation support and expert witness testimony for attorneys defending the Hilisborough
Hillsborough
County, Florida in a suit that alleged that the County's mosquito abatement district had
contaminated soils on portions of an island in Tampa Bay that was subsequently
redeveloped into condominiums. The principal contaminants at issue were pesticides,
PCBs, and petroleum hydrocarbons. Client: Trenam, Simmons, Kemker, Scharf, Barkin,
Frye & O'Neill.
Litigation support, Los Angeles,
Angeles, California
California -- Provided
Provided litigation
litigationsupport
supporttotoattorneys
attorneysfor
foraa
family trust from which land was taken by a school district in an eminent domain action.
The primary dispute related to the school district's proposed reduction in the fair market
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value of the property due to costs associated with the investigation and remediation of
soil contamination from underground
underground gasolfrie
gasoline tanks. A favorable settlement
settlement was
was
achieved when ENVIRON successfully demonstrated that much of the work undertaken
by the district's consultant was unnecessary. Client: Richards, Watson & Greaten.
Site investigation, Costa Mesa, California - Assisted the owner of a property used to
manufacture munitions in dealing with the tenant responsible for ground water
contamination with industrial solvents. Designed and conducted ground water
investigations sufficient to demonstrate that the current tenant was likely responsible for
the ground water contamination. Thereafter, on behalf of the landowner, provided
oversight of the site investigation and remediation work conducted by the tenant's
consultant. Also provided briefings for financial institutions considering involvement at
the site. Client: Confidential.
Site investigation, regulatory support, Houston, Texas - Assisted the owner/operator of a
plastics fabrication facility to respond to a regulatory citation for the release of petroleum
hydrocarbons to a surface drainageway. Conducted a soil sampling and analytical
program that demonstrated that the observed impact was related to heavy, relatively
immobile hydrocarbons only and that the impact was restricted to surficial soils, thereby
eliminating the need for regulatory mandated remediation. Client: NAMPAC
Site investigation, Superfund, litigation support, Burbank and Glendale, California Assisted the owner of a long-term industrial site in the San Fernando Valley with the
investigation of soil and ground water conditions at and near the site, and with the
planning and design of interim and final remedial measures. Assisted with regulatory
negotiations, Superfund (PRP) allocation issues, arid
insurance coverage
coverage claims.
claims. Client:
Client:
and insurance
Confidential.
Site investigation, Universal City, California - Assisted MCA Development, the land
owner for a facility used by Technicolor (tenant) to process movie film, by providing
oversight and regulatory guidance related to Technicolor's removal of underground tanks
and the investigation/remediation of contaminated soil and ground water at the property.
Client: Seagrams.
Waste minimization, San Pedro, California - Assisted the operator of a petrochemical
storage facility in the Port of Los Angeles to evaluate and report its waste management.
practices in order to comply with government imposed waste minimization requirements.
Client: GATX.
Regulatory guidance, Carson, California - Provided advice and written testimony to
attorneys representing the owner of properties near the Cal Compact landfill, for which
California
an integrated remediationlredevelopment
remediation/redevelopment scheme was being considered by the California
DTSC. Concerns related to the sufficiency of the site investigation/characterization on
which the remedial plans were based, and plans to create vertically stratified Operable
Units. Client: Kelley, Drye & Warren.
Environmental due diligence, site investigations, and
and site
site remediation
remediation at
at various
various locations
locations
in the western United States - Worked with attorneys to Home Depot to provide technical
assessments and regulatory guidance related to the acquisition of new properties to be
redeveloped into Home Depot stores. Client: Latham & Watkins.
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Environmental due diligence,
diligence, St.
St Louis,
Louis, Mo. - Conducted an environmental due diligence
evaluation of a former automotive manufacturing facility that was undergoing
redevelopment for commercial and light industrial use. Client: The Koll Company.
to attorneys
Litigation support, Los Angeles, California - Provided litigation support to
that
had once
representing the business successor to a paint manufacturing company
Issues
related
to the origin
occupied a portion of what
what became
became Lawry's
Lawrys California Center.
mechanisms
through
which
those
of chemicals found in the soil and ground water, the
site.
Client:
Millard,
the
chemicals reached the soil, and the remedial requirements for the
Pilchowski, Holweger & Child.
Litigation support, regulatory negotiations, site investigation and remediation, risk
owner, evaluated the
assessment, Commerce, California - On behalf of a former property
property owner,
risk assessment
assessment and vadose
need for planned remediations at the property, conducted risk
zone modeling to demonstrate that only a focused remediation was needed. Participated
in negotiations with the RWQCB and the current site owner. Client: INSILCO
Site investigation, remediation, Anaheim Hills, California - On behalf of attorneys
representing a property owner, conducted an investigation of soil and ground water at aa
dry cleaning facility located in a shopping center. Designed and installed a soil vapor
extraction remedial system that allowed the tenant space to continue to be used while
remediation was ongoing. Client: O'Melveny & Myers.
Ground water contamination assessment, southern California - Assisted the new owner of
a golf course purchased from
from the
the Resolution Trust in dealing with an area-wide ground
water contamination problem that originated at two nearby electronics two manufacturing
facilities, but which had spread broadly beneath the golf course, thereby inhibiting
development of on-site water supply needed for irrigation. Client: Confidential.
Litigation support, San Diego, California - Provided broad-based technical and regulatory
litigation support and expert witness assistance to attorneys defending an insurance
company in an environmental claims action related to the costs to investigate and
remediate soil contamination from an underground storage tank previously removed from
the site. Client: O'Melveny & Myers.
Site assessment and regulatory
regulatory assistance,
assistance, Santa
Santa Monica,
Monica, California - Provided a detailed
third-party review of a site investigation and remedial action plan
plan prepared for the
wished
bankrupt landowner on behalf of the mortgage holder that wished to
to foreclose on the
Water
Quality
Control Board, the
property. Assisted in negotiations with the Regional
oil company that had previously operated at the site, and the current site owner.
Conducted forensic testing of samples of floating free product petroleum hydrocarbons in
order to identify that age of the product and potentially the responsible oil company.
Client: Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company.
Environmental due diligence, Yosemite National Park, California - ENVIRON provided
a pro bono evaluation of environmental liabilities associated with concessionaire
operations in Yosemite National Park in association with the efforts of a not-for-profit
after the
the
environmental organization to purchase the concession operations in
in the park after
corporation.
Client:
Skadden,
then current operator was purchased by a foreign-owned
Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.
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Litigation support, Santa Clara, California - Provided litigation support to attorneys
defending an engineering consulting firm in a suit aHeging
alleging negligent performance in the
course of a pre-acquisition site assessment and subsequent
subsequent site
site investigation
investigation at
at aa former
former
industrial site being redeveloped for residential use. Client: Ware & Freidenrich.
Expert review panel, Los Angeles, California - Served as a member of an expert panel
assembled to review a base isolation design for a major new trauma care facility being
designed for Los Angeles County. Client: Fluor Daniel
Environmental due diligence for acquisition of railroad facilities and equipment,
nationwide - Managed Phase I and Phase II environmental audits and site assessments at
numerous railcar repair and servicing facilities nationwide in association with the planned
acquisition of the rolling stock and fixed-base assets of Itel. Client: General Electric
Capital Corporation.
Environmental due diligence, southern California - Provided a detailed assessment of an
approximately 1,000 acre former aircraft manufacturing facility being redeveloped into a
major mixed use complex on behalf of a potential investor. The assessment included
comprehensive review of several large-scale site investigation and remedial design
programs conducted by others in the past and of existing manufacturing operations on a
part of the property. A Monte Carlo simulation approach was used to evaluate likely
future costs related to environmental matters. Client: O'Melveny & Myers.
Pre-demolition site investigation, San Diego, California - Performed an evaluation of site
use history and the results of previous site investigations, conducted an asbestos survey,
and located and sampled a series of
oflinderground
underground tanks and sumps to assist a new land
plan the demolition of a one block area on the edge of downtown San Diego. Client:
Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue.
Crude oil pipeline, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, California - Project manager for
seismic, geologic, and geotechnical evaluations for a crude oil pipeline to be used to
transport oil produced offshore to an existing pipeline system, Probabilistic assessment
techniques were used to quantify the seismic risk and specify the engineering design
parameters for two major fault crossings. Client: Chevron USA.
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ANGTS Fault study, Alaska - Project manager for
for fault
fault study
study for
for Alaska
Alaska Natural
NaturalGas
Gas
Transportation System pipeline. The project, which resulted in the specification of
engineering design parameters for major active fault crossings, included analysis of
remote sensing imagery, field reconnaissance and detailed field studies, and extensive
mathematical modeling of seismic risk along proposed pipeline route. Client: Northwest
Alaska Pipeline Company/Fluor Engineers.
Oil refinery site characterization, Carson, California - Project manager for
characterization of a 75-acre site that included a refinery, tank farm, land farm, and
landfill. Research of historical site use information and the application of statistical
sampling design techniques allowed the site conditions to be evaluated at a specified
level of confidence prior to the sale of the property. Client: Cabot, Cabot and
Forbes/Beacon Oil Company.
Site assessment strategy, California
California -- Project
Project manager
manager for
foraaprogram
programtotoassist
assistaamajor
major
California bank in developing an environmental due diligence program to manage the
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program focused on development of screening and decision-making criteria, and on
Union Bank
Bank
education of loan officers
officers and
and appraisers.
appraisers. Client:
Client: Union
California/Nevada/Arizona/Utah -MX missile system environmental assessment, California/Nevada/Arizona/Utah
evaluation
U.S. Air Force's evaluation
Managed and performed
perfonned multiple assignments in support
support of
ofU.S.
of environmental considerations related to siting a new defense system. Topics included
water supply, seismic hazards, erosion problems, and development of remote sensing
imagery interpretation techniques. Client: HDRIU.S. Air Force.
and principal
principal technical
technical
Project sponsor
sponsor and
Towers of San Diego, San Diego, California - Project
reviewer for geotechnical engineering evaluation and hazardous
hazardous waste
waste assessment for
major high-rise redevelopment project. Work included a foundation investigation,
seismic hazards evaluation, preliminary hazardous materials assessment, removal of
underground storage tanks, and asbestos survey and removal. Client: Cabot, Cabot and
Forbes.
Liquefaction evaluation, San Juan, Argentina - Performed geologic and engineering
following major
evaluation of distribution of liquefaction and related structural damage folldwing
imagery led
led to
to
of
remote
sensing
imagery
earthquake along the foothills of the Andes. Analysis of remote
along
paleo-stream
channels,
which
the recognition that most liquefaction had occurred
provided the
the requisite soil and ground water
had no topographic expression, but which provided
conditions for liquefaction. Client: U.S. Geologic Survey.
Surface impoundments evaluation, southern California - Project manager for evaluation
of ha72rdous
hazardous waste impoundments at electrical generating stations. Work resulted in
comprehensive hydrogeologic assessment report for each station, in accordance with
provisions of the California Toxic Pits Act. Client: Southern California Edison.
California -- Project sponsor and
Remedial investigation and remediation, southern California
characterization
and remediation of site
principal technical reviewer for comprehensive
solvents.
Remediation
of five
with soil and ground water contamination by organic
plume
included
limited
soil
excavation
with
source areas and a complex ground water
ground
water
system
using
both
on-site aeration, vapor extraction, and a pump-and-treat
injection and extraction wells. Client: Confidential.
Second-opinion review consultation, western United States - Provided individual
consultation for corporate environmental health and safety department of a major
electronics firm. Services focused on the technical review of consultant reports and
strategic planning related to environmental impairment issues. Client: Hewlett-Packard.
Project
ect manager
Site assessments for commercial real estate transactions, nationwide -- Proj
purchase
of
properties
by nationwide
prior
to
for program of preliminary site assessments prior to
protocols,
coordinated
and
development company. Developed standard approach
technical staff assignments for consultant offices around the United States, and provided
detailed technical review. Client: Cabot, Cabot and Forbes
California -- Supervised investigation of soil
Lead smelter site characterization, Vernon, California
and ground water contamination at site used for smelting of lead for over 60 years.
Contaminants included heavy metals, organic volatiles, and unusually low soil pH.
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Remediation focused on capping and pH adjustment instead of excavation and off-site
disposal. Client: GNB.
Metal smelter site characterization, El Segundo, California - Managed response to
regulatory strike force demands for evaluation of conditions at property on the State's
abandoned sites list. Considerations
Considerations included
included arsenic
arsenic in
in ground
groundwater,
water,aalarge
largeslag
slagpile
pile
with high heavy metal concentrations, and uncontrolled access to old furnaces and a
chemical laboratory. Client: Confidential.
Lake Chakachamna hydroelectric project, Alaska - Managed geologic and geotechnical
investigations for proposed lake tap hydroelectric project near Cook Inlet in the southern
Alaska Range. Considerations included seismic and volcanic hazards, engineering
geology for 11-mile-long tunnel, and glaciological evaluation of large natural ice dam
that impounds Lake Chakachamna. Client: Bechtel/Alaska Power Authority.
Regional landfill, eastern Pennsylvania - Performed siting study for an association of
municipal governments to
to identifS'
identify a suitable location for a large regional landfill.
Limestone bedrock in the area
area severely
severely limited
limited the
the number
numberof
ofcandidate
candidatesites.
sites.Geologic
Geologic
and hydrogeologic investigation, including tracer studies, led to the identification of a site
that met all the mandated State siting criteria. Client: Confidential.
Casmalia disposal site, Santa Maria, California - Served as senior technical reviewer for
geologic and hydrogeologic aspects of evaluation of the Casmalia Class I disposal site.
Work
Wo& included evaluation of current conditions related to impoundments and landfills at
the facility and assessment
assessment of
of options
optionsfor
for closure of ponds and expansion of landfilling
operations. Client: Casmalia Resources.
Wilshire-Westwood project, Los Angeles, California - Managed investigation of soil
contamination discovered during foundation excavation at a high-rise construction
project in the Westwood District of Los Angeles. Statistical sampling design was used to
formulate an excavation management plan, which resulted in significant savings over
earlier estimates of the cost to handle the contaminated soil. Client: Poydras Services.
Franciscan Ceramics project, Los Angeles, California - Directed the above- and
below-ground site characterization, geotechnical evaluations, and remedial action plan
preparation at the 45-acre Franciscan Ceramics site.
site. The
The principal
principal environmental
environmental issues
issues
included asbestos, PCBs, underground tanks and clarifiers, heavy metal-contaminated
dust, and lead-contaminated manufacturing wastes. Client: Schurgin Development
Companies
Amusement park company acquisition, nationwide - Consultant to a major financial
institution that was requested to fund
ftind the private acquisition of a large amusement park
company with 40 sites nationwide. The major issue was underground storage tanks. The
assignment included the evaluation of the potential financial exposure associated with
known and possible environmental problems associated with the underground tanks.
Client: Union Bank.
Dairy acquisition, southern California - Directed the multi-phase evaluation of
environmental liabilities associated with the processing and distribution facilities of a
major dairy company under consideration for acquisition by an international food
company. The principal issues were asbestos in existing structures and soil and ground
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water contamination beneath several underground tank installations. Client:
Confidential.
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Risk management and consultation, nationwide - Reviewed existing technical reports and
data regarding environmental conditions at sites throughout the
the United States on behalf of
Provided
independent
third-party
a major Japanese investment banking company.
review, performed selected independent preliminary site assessments, and advised the
client on risk management strategies. Client: Confidential.
of the
Seismic advisory committee, Los Angeles, California - Served as a member of
Organizing Committee for the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) Seismic Risk Subcommittee
the development of a strategy for the Port
as a part of POLA's 2020 Program. Assisted in the
impact existing
existing
to evaluate and engineer for regional and local seismic hazards that might impact
of
Los
Angeles.
facilities and planned 2020 developments in the Port. Client: Port
Professional Affiliations
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Quaternary Association
Earthquake Engineering Res. Institute
The Explorers Club
Geological Society of America
International Glaciological Society
International Association
Association of
of Mathematical
Mathematical Geology
Geology
Seismological Society of America
Publications and Presentations
atmospheric
Dr. Linkletter has authored and co-authored over 30 technical papers in the earth and atmospheric
sciences. These papers have been published in the Journal of Glaciology, Antarctic
Journal of the United States, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics,
Mathematical Geology, Journal of Applied Meteorology, Journal de Recherches
Atmospheriques, and the proceedings of national and international conferences.
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SAMPLE CROSS REFERENCE
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Chlorolenzcne
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Result Factor Extracted Analyzed
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EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Styrene
Styrène
EPA8260B
EPL8260B 11F2825
111,1,2.Tetrachloroethane
l,l,l,2.Tetrachloroethane
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
.
1,1,2,2-Tetrachioroethane
l,1,2,2.Tetrachloroethane
EPA
826GB
8260B .11F2825
Tetrachioroethene
.
Tetrachioroethene
EPA 8260W 11F2.825
Toluene
Toluene
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,2,3_TdcblOrOben7.One
1,2,3-Trichiorobeozene
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,2,4-Trichiorobeozene :.:
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,1,1-Trichioroethane
8260B 11F2825
. EPA 826GB
1,1,2-Trichioroethane.
EPA 8260B 11P2825
Trichioroethene
EPA 8260.B
8260B -11F2825
11F2825
Trichlorofluorometbane
Tiichlorofluorometbane
EPA 8260B 11F2825
EPA8260B
-1,2,3Trichloropropane
1,2,3-Trichioropropane
EPA 82.6GB
82.60B 11F2825
l,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
l,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
flF2825
EPA
EPA 8260B
826GB 11F2825
t,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
l,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
EPA 8260B.
826GB. 11F2825
11F2825
..
Vinyl chloride
EPA 8260B 11F2825
o-Xylene
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
m,p-Xylenes
.
Surrogate: Dibrornofluoroinethane (85-125%)
Surrogate: To1uën-d8
SurroEate:
To1uën'-d8 ('80-12.0%)
(80-12.0%)
Surrogate: 4-B roinofluorobenzene ('80-120%,)
.
2,0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
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5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
.
10
2.0
2.0
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2.0
2.0
.
.
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.
. ND
ND
11
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ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND,
ND
ND
ND
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11
1
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101 %
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VOLATJLE
ORGANICSbyGCIM8.(EF.A5030B18260B)
by GC/MS EFA 5030B18260B)
VOLATJLE ORGANICS
Date
Pate
Sample Dilution Date
Result Factor. Extracted Analyzed
Reoorthaa
Reporting
Method
Analyte
. Batch
Limit
uglkg
.Sampte ID: B<F0951-02 (SBI-5-5.5 -Soil
Bezefle
.
BromObeflZefle .
Bioniochlpromethafle
Brombdichloromethafle.
Bromofonu
...
Bromometl1afle
n-Butylbenzene
secButy1benzefle
tertButyTheflzene
Carbontetrachlórid
.Chlorobertze.ne
Chioroethafle
Chloroform
Chloromethane .
2-Chiorotoluene
4_çhlorotoluene
DibromochlOromehafle
1,2_ibromo_3c111orOPmPafle
.
l,2Djbromoetháfle (EDB)
Dibromomethafle
1,2_DichlorobeflZefle.
1,3_bichlorobenzóne
1,4_Dichlorobeflzene
DichiorodiflUorOmethafle
l,1-Diohloróethane
-Dichloróethane
1,2-Dichlorocthane
1,2Di'chlorocthafle
1,1-Dichioroethefle
1,1Dich1oroethefle
cis_1,2_Dichloróethefle
cis_1,2-Dichloróethefle
trans-,1,2-Dicbloroethefle
trans4,2-Dicbloroethefle
1,2_Dichioropropane
1,2-Dich1oroprOpafl
l,3_DichlàroptOPane
l,3_Dichloroptopane
2,2_Dichloropropafle
2,2-Dichioropropafle
1,1.Dich1oropropene
"l,l-Dichloropropene.
cis-1
,3_DicliloroproPefle
cis_,3_DicbIoroprOpene
trans_1,3.DichloroprOPefle
trans_1,3.Dichloropropefle
Ethylbenzene
Hexachiorobutadiefle
sopropy1benzene
1sopropy1benene
p-Isopropyltoluene
Methylene ch1oride
chloride
Naphthalene
n-Propylbenzene .
n-Propy1bezene
.
.
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908
11P2908
1lF29o8
I1F'2908
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908'
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908
11F298
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908
11F2908
1F2908
EPA8260B. 111F2908
EPA 8260B 11F2908
EPA 8260B 11F2908
EPA 8260B 11F2908
:11F2908
EPA 8260B :11F2908
11F2908
.. EPA 8260B "11F2908
UF2908
EPA 8260B 11F2908
I}E2908
EPA 8260B 11E2908
EPA 8260B 11F2908
EPA.8260B 11F2908
EPA 8260B
82605 11F2908
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA826OB
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 8260B
flF2908
EPA
826DB' flF2908
EPA 8260B
,
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EPA B260B 11F2908
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8260B 11F2908
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2908
EPA 8260B 11F2908
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11F2908
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82608 11F290
EPA 8260B
82605 flF2908
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8260B 11F2908
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8260B 11F2908
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2.0
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5.0
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5.0
5.0
5.0
5,0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5O
5.0
5,0
2.0
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5.0
5.0
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2.0
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2.0
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5.0
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5,0
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Qualifiers
ugFkg'
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ND
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GC/MS (EPA
(EPA 5O3ffB/S26OB
Method
Analyte
Reporting
Limit
Batch Limft
ug/kg
..
Sample ID 1KF0951-02 (SBI-5-5.S - Soil)
11F2908
EPA
8260B
Styrene
II P2908
EPA 8260B . 11F2908
1,l,l,2_Tetracbloroethafle
1,l,112_Tetrachloroethafle
11F2908
EPA
EPA
826GB
8260B
1,1,2,2T.etracb1orOethafle
l,I,2,2Tetracb1orOethafle
11F2908
EPA 8260B
8260B .. 11F2908
TetrachiOrOetliefle.
TetrachlOroetliefle.
EPA 826GB
!1F2908
8260B ..': !1F2908
.
Toluene
.
'11F2908
11F2908
EPA
826GB
8260B
l,2,3TricMorObeflZefle
.
EPA8260B
EPA'8260B 11F2908
1,2,4.Ti-ichlorobenzene
1,2,4.TrihlorobenZefle
1IF290S
EPA 826GB
8260B I1F29S
i,1,1Trich1oroethafle
i,1,1.Trichloroethane
11P2908
EPA
826GB
8260B
I,1,2Trich1oroeEhafle
1,l,2Trich1O1Oethafl2
11F2908
EPA
826GB
8260B
..
.
Trichiotoethefle .
Trichioroethefle
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2908
Trichiorofluoromethafle
TrichtorofluorOtilethafle
11F2908
EPAS8260B
EPA
26GB 11F2.908
1,2,3_Trichioropropafle
l,,3_TrichioropropaflC
flF2908
EPA
826GB
8260B
12,4TrimethyIbeflZCfle
2,4TrimethyibeflZCfle
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2908
.l35Trimethylbeflzefle
.1,3,5Trimethy1beflZefle
I1F2908'
8260B 11F2908
EPA 826GB
Vinyl chloride
Vinylchloride
11F2908
EPA
826GB
8260B
o-Xylene
flF29O8
EPA 826GB
8260B. 11F2908
m,p-Xylenes
(85-125%)
Dibromofluorolnethafle
Surrogale: Dibromofluorotflethafle
Surrógaté: Toluene-d8 (80-120%)
Surrógatd:
Surrogate: 4-Bromoflrwrob
4-Bromofluorob zene (80-120%)
.
.
.
Data
Date
De
Sample Dilution
Sample
Dilutkn Date
Factor
Extracted
Analyzed:
Qualifiers
Qualiflers
Result
ig/kg
llg/kg
.
.
2.0
5.0
20.
2.0
2.0
2,0.
.5.0
3.0
2.0
2,0
2,0
2.0
5.0
10
2.0
2.0
50
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
.
-.
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ND
ID
ND'
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND .
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND .
ND
ND
ND
ND
.
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101 %
85.4 %
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Repott Number: 1KF0951
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VOLATJL ORGANICS.bY GC/MS(EPA5030B/8260B)
Date
Date :
.
.
Anlyte
Analyte
Method
.
Data
])ate
Iate
Sample Dilution
Factor. Extracted
Extracted Analyzed
Analyzed Qualifiers
Result Factor
Reporting
Limit
Batch
.
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
Sample ID: 1KF0951-03
1KF0951-03 (SBI-9.2-9.7.
(SBI-9.2-9.T - Soil)
EPA 8260B
82603
.
Benzene
EPA
EPA 8260B
Bromobeuzefle
Bromobeozefle --. .
EPA 8260B
Bromocbloromethafle
Broiiocblromethafle
E'A
8260B
EA 8260B
Bromodichioroniethafle
Bromo.dichloromethane
EPA 8260B
82603
Bromoform
Bromoforni
.'.
EPA
8260B
82603
Bromomethafle
EPA 82606
EP.A
82603 .
n_ButytbeflZefle
EPA 8260B
8260
sec_Butylbeflzefle
EPA 8260B
tert_ButylbenZette
tert_BtitylbenZCtte
EPA 8260B
82603
Carbon tetrachioride
terachloride
Carbon
EPA 8260B
82603
.Chlorobeflzefle
.Chloróbenzene
EPA
82603
8260B
Chioroethafle
Chicroethafle
EPA
EPA .8260B
.82603
Cblorofotm
Cblorofomt
EPA 8260B
82603
..
.
Chioromethafle
Chloromethafle
EPA
8260B
2_Ch1orotohene
2_Chlorotohefle
EPA 8260B.
8260B
.
4-Chiorotolflefle
4_Chlorotdlflefle
8260B
EPA
Dibromochloroflle.thane
Dibromochlorofliethafle
EPA 8260B
EPA
82603
1,2_DibromO_3Ch1OrOPtoPafle
1,2_Dibromo_3Ch10r0Pt0P5ne
EPA
82603
8260B
l,ZDibromoethaDe
(EDB)
I ,2,.Dibromoethafle (EDB)
EPA 8260B
82603
Dibromomethafle
EPA
8260B
82603
I ,2Dich1orobe)Zen
I,2_DichlorobelUefle
EPA 8260B
11,3Dich1orobenzefle
,3Dich1orobeflZefle
-
-
-
.
Sampled: .06/22101
06/22101
Sampled:
Received: 06/22/01
.
1,4Dich1orobet1efle
l,4Dicblorobenzefle
Dicblorodifluoromethafle
t,1_bot0etha1
1,1_Dio1oroethafle
.
1.,2_D.ichloro.ethane
1.,2_D.iChloro.ethafle
j,lDich.1oroethene
j,lDich.1oroethefle
cis_1;2Dich1oroethCfle
cis_I;2Dich1oroethefle
trans1,2,Pich1oroethefle
transl,2,Pich1or0eth0fle
i,2_Dièhloroproparie
i,2-DiàhloroprOpafle
1,3Dic1i1oroprOPafle
I,3Dc1iloroproPane
2,2Dicl1loroprOPane
2,2-Dicliloropropafle
1,1-Dichlaropropefle
1;1-D.ichlaropropene
.
.
.
.
.
cis_1,3_Dich1oroprope16
cis_1,3_DichloTOPrOPefle
.
trans1,3Dich]oroProPene
trans1,3DiCh1OrOPrOPefle
Ethyibenzene '
Ethylbenzene
Flexachlorobutadiefle
Hexachiorobutadiefle
Isôpropylbenzefle
Isopropylbenzene
p_IsopropyltolUefle
p_Isopropyltoluefle
Methylene
Methylene ch1oric1
chloride.
Naphthalène
Naphthalène
n-Propylbenzene.
n-Propylbenzefle.
.
.
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
1'1F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
IlF2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
lF2825
flF2B25.
11F2B25.
11F2825
11F2825
flF2825
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
2.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
20
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
.
11F2825
11F2825
: 11F2825
11F2825
11 F2825
11F2825
2.0
EPA &260B 11F2825
EPA
5.0
EPA82603
8260B 11F2825
. EPA
2.0
11P2825
11F2825
EPA 8260B
2;Q
2O
825
11F2825
EPA
82603 11F2
EPA 8260B
5.0
EPA.8260B 11F2825
2.0
. EPA 8260B
82603 11F2825
2.0
11F2825
EPA 8260B
2.0
EPA 8260B
82603 11F2825
2.0
EPA
EPA 8260B 11F2825
2.0
11F2825
EPA B260B
8260B
.2.0
IlF2825
11F2825
EPA
EPA 826DB
8260B
2.0
EPA 8260B'
82603' 11F2825
20
2(3
EPA 826OB
8260B 11F2825
2.0
11F2825
EPA 8260B flF2825
'
5.0
5.0
11F2825
EPA 8260B
82608
.
2.0
-11F2825
1ff2825
EPA 8260B
2.0
I1F2825
EPA 826DB
8260B IlF2825
20
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2825.
5.0
EPA
82603 11F2825.
EPA 826OB
2.0
L1F2825
UF2825
EPA
EPA 826DB
8260B
1
-.
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
.
1
.
.
ND
ND
ND
. ND
1.
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.6/28/01
6/28101
6/28/01
6/28/01
.6/28101
.6128/01
6/28/01
6/28/01 6/28/01
6/28/01
6128/0l 6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
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6/2810.1
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6/28/01
6/28/01
6/2S/01
6/28/01
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6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
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6128/01.
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6/28/01
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1
1
ND
ND
ND
ND
11D
ND
ND
ND
ND
N])
ND
ND
6/28/1
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1.
. ND
.
6/28101
1
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
Ni)
ND
ND
ND
ND
.
6/28/01.
6/28/01
6/28/01
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ND
ND
ND
.
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
.
1
ND .
ND.
5.Q
5.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
5
5,0
5.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1
1.
1
1
1
1
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
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6/28/01
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6/28/01
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1
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1
1
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11
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6/28/01
6/28101
6/28/01
6/28101.
6/28/01.
6/28/01
6/28/01
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6/28/01
6128/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
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6/28/01
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6/28/011
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/0
6/28/01 6/28/01
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6/28/01
6128/01
6128/01
6128/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28101
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
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06122101
Sampled; 06122101
Received; 06/22/01
Received:
.
DB/8260B):
VOLATILE ORGANJCS byGCfMS.(EPA
byGCIMS. .(EPA 503 0B18260B):
Method
Analyte
ug/kg
Data
Facor Extracted Analyzed: Qualifiers
Result
ug/kg
Sample ID 1KF0951-03 (SB1-9.2-9.'7 - Soil)
2.0.
2.0 .
.EPA
. EPA826GB
8260B 11F2825
Styrene
5.0
11F2825
EPA826OB
11F2825
EPA
8260B
],l,l,2TetraChlOrOetha0e
],1,1,2TetraCh1oroethafle
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
1j,2,2_Tetrachloroethafle
1,1,2,2_Tetrachioroethafle
2.0
.11F2825
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B
Tetrachioroethefle
2.0
1lP825
EPA 826DB 11P2825
Toluene
5.0
5,0
EPA 8260B 11P2825.
l,2;3Tri-ch1OrObeflZefle
l,2;3Trich1orobeI1Zefle
.5.0
5.0
11F2825
EPA
8.26GB
EPA
8260B
1,2,4TdChLOrObeflZefle
1,214Trich1orobeflZeUe
2.0.
EPA8260B
EPA8260B 11F2825
1,1,1Tricb1proethafle
1,l,TTrich1PrOCthafle
2.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
.
1,152TrichIoroethafle
1,1,2Trichloroetharie
2.0
11F2825
EPA
82.6GB.
11F2825
82.60B.
Trichlôroetheflô
Trichlóroethenô
5.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
11F2825
EPA
8260B
'Nchlorofluorometharie
Thchlorofluoromethane
10
11F2825
EPA
8260B
EPA-8260B
1,2,3TrichloropTopane
1,2,3TrichIorOPTOPafle
2.0
11P2225
11F2825
EPA
826O
EPA
8260
1,2,4Trimethylber1Zefl5
I 12,4TrimethYlbeflZefle
2.0
EPA 826GB
826DB 11F2825
},315TrimethYlbeflZefle.
1,3,5TrimethY1beflefle.
5.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB.
EPA
82OB.
Vinyl
chloride
Viny' ch1orid
2.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
.
o-Xylene
.
2.0
11F2825
-11F2825EPA
826GB
826Q
ni,p-Xylenes
(85-125%)
(85-125%.)
DibromoflUoroñiethafle
Surrogate Dibromoflzwroñiethafle
Surrogate:
Surrogate: Toliiene-d8 (80-120%)
(80-120%)
Surrogate: 4_Brorncfluor0beflZefle
4_Brornafluorobefliefle ('80-120%,)
Date
Dale
Date
Sample Dilution
Reporting
Batch Limit
ND
ND
D
ND
ND
ND
.
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.
.
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.
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1
1I
1
ND
ND
ND
1
ND
ND
ND
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ND
1
ND
ND- .
.
1
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
109 %
W9
102 %
100 %
1
1
1
1
1
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.
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1
1
1
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Atteutiofl
Atteritiofl BitaTabatabai
Samp'e
Sampled: 06122101
06I22I0l
Rbceived; 06/22/01
Rbceived
-
GC1MS (EPA
(EPA 5030B/8260B)
VOLATILE ORGANICS by GCIMS
SampleDilution
Dilution
Saine
Reporting
Reporting
Method
Analyte
.
Batch
Result
Limit
1,2_Dich1orobeflZeC
1,2DJch1oXobeflzeflC
EPA; 826DB
EPA:
8260B
I,3Dich1otObeZene
l,3Dich1oTbetizefle
1,4Dich1oroen2efle
I,4_Dichlorobeflzefle
DicbIorodiflUOrOmethe
DicblorodiflUOrOmethae
1,1_Dichioroethafle
I ,lDichloroetbafl
1,2_Dichioroethafle
I
,2Dichlor9ethfle
1,1 Dichloroethette
l,IDichloroethefle
cis_1,2Dich1oroethene
cis_12Dich1oroethefle
tanst,.DiOb1oT0the
tians_l,2.DiobIoroethetie
t2Dich1oroprOPaflC
12Dich1oroproPfle
1,3.DicboroproPafle
1 ,3Di.cb1oropropafle
.
.
.
2,2_DichioroproPafle
2,2_DichioroPrOPafle
i,I_pich1oroproPe!
I, IPich1oroprOP
is4,3DichIoroprOPefle
.eis4,3Dich1orOPt0Pena
trans_1,3_DichlorOprOPene
trans_I,3_Dichloropropene
Ethylbenzetle
HexachlórobUtadiefle
Hexachiorobtttadiefle
Isopropylbenzene
Isopropylbenzene
.p_lsopropyltoluefle
.p:isoptopyltolUefle
Methylene chloiide
Methylene
Naphthalene .
Naphthalene
.
n_Propylbenzefle
n_Propylbeflzefle
.
.
ND
ND
ND.
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
2.0.
5.0
5.0.
.
-
IlF2825
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826OB
8260B 11F2825
11F2825
EPA
EPA 826DB
826DB flF2825
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B flF2825
8260B 11F2825
. EPA 826GB
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
EPA 8260B 11F2825
11P2825
EPA 8260B 1l.F2825
11F2825
EPA
8260B . 11F2825
EPA 826GB
EPA 826GB
8260B flF2825
I1F282
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
]1F2825
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
11F2825
flF2825
826GB
EPA 8260B
EPA
flF2825
8260B IlF285
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
826GB .11F2825
11F2825
EPA 8260B
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
11F2825.
EPA 826OB
8260B 1lF2825
11F2825
EPA 8260B
EPA
826GB
.1.
1D
2.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
.0
5.0
.5.0
:.o
5.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
2,0
2.0
5.0
5,0
5.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
.5.0
.5,0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2,02.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
'2.0
2.0
5.0
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.
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
NP
ND
ND
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20
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2.0
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1
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ND
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ND
ND
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ND
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'ND
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ND
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ND
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1
.
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
Data
Da
Date
Date
Date.
ig/kg
uglkg
uglkg
(SB1-13-13S - Soil)
Sample
.1KF0951-04 (SB1-13-13:S
Sample ID:
ID.JKFO951-04
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11P2825
Beizene
Beiene
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Bromobeflzefle.
Broniobeflzefle.
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Bromoc1!lotorfletIe
BromoC1!1OrometaPe
EPA
8260B 11F2825
BromodiCh1oroflethane
ronitodich1oronethaflc
11F2825
EPA
826GB
EPA
8260B 11F2825
BroifoflU
Brombfonfl
1lF2g25
EPA 826GB IlF2g25
Broinomethafle
Brornornet.hafle
11F2825
8260B flF2825
EPA 826GB
n_Butylbenzene
n-Butylbcflzefle
ilF2825
EPA
PA 826GB
8260B .flF2825
sec_ButylbetlZefle
sec_Butylbetizefle
EPA 8260B 11F2825
tert_BütylbeOZefle
tert-Butylbeozefle
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B flF2825
Carb6n tetrachioride
Carb6ntetrachlotide
flF2825
EPA 8260B flF282S
CblorObeflzefle
Cblorobeflzefle
fF2 825
IlF2825
. EPA 260B
.
Chioroethane
Chioroethafle
fl F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B flF2825
Chloroform
EPA 826GB.
8260B. 11F2825
11F2825
Chlotométhae
Chiorométhane .
EPA 226GB
2260B flE2825
2_ChIoroto1uefl
2_Ch1oroto1uefl
11F2825
EPA 8260B
8260
4Ch1otgto1UeUe
4Ch1orotolueUe
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Dibromochiorofliethafle
Dibromochioromethafle
EPA
8260B 11F2825
EPA826OB
1,2_Dibromo3_ch1Or0PoPe
1,2_Dibromo3_Ch10r0P0Pana
EPA
EPA
826GB
8260B 11F2825
(EDB)
1,2_Dibromoethafle cEDB)
11F2825
EPA
EPA 826GB:
8260B : 11F2825
D.ibromornethafle
Dibromornethafle
flF2825
EPA
826GB' flF2825
EPA 8260B
.
Quaiifiers
Factor Extracted Analyzed QaaJifiers
68f0l
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6/28/01
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6/28/01
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6/28/Q1
6/281Q1
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6/28/01
6/28/01
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6/28/01
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Batch
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uglkg
Sample ID:
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iXF091-04 (SB1..13-13.5(SB1.-13-13.5- Sod)
Soil)
Sample Dilution - Date
Reporting
Limit
Lithit
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.
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-
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Dat
Data
Qualifiers
ug(kg
ug!kg
-
20
11F2825 '2.0
. EPA 8260B
Styrene
.
.
5.0
flF2825
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
1l,l,2Tetrachloroethafle
1,l,1,2TetrachlOrOethafle
2.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
1,1,2,2Tetrachloroethaflë
1,1,2,2Tetrach1oroethaflè
2.0
11
F2825
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
.,
TetrachiorOethefle
Tetrachioroethefle
2.0
11F2825
8260B
EPA
826GB
Toluene
roluene
:
5G
5.0
11F2825
11F28Z5
EPA
826GB
8260B
1,2,3_Trichlcroberlzefle
l,213_TrichlproberlZefle
5.0
11P2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
:h1P2825
l,2,4Tnch1orobet1Zefle
l,2,4Trich1orobet1Zefle
2.0
11F2825 11F2825
8260B
EPA
826GB
1,l;1_Tnchloroethane
j,l,l_Tiichloroethati
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B.
11F2825
8260B.
1,1,2_Trichloroethane
1,1,2_Trichloroethafle
2.0
11F2825.
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
Triehioroethexie'
Tricliloroethene
50
5.0
..I1F'2825
I1F'2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
Tnchlorofluorornethafle
Trichlorofluorornethafle
10
11F2825
11F282'S'
EPA
860B
EPA
8260B
1,2,3_TricbloroprOPafle
1,2,3_Trichloropropafle
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
l,2,4_Ttimethylbeflzefle
1,2,4_TtimethYlbeflZefle
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
.
.1,3,5Trimethylbe1Zefle
.-1,3,5Trimethy1be1Zefle
-.
5.0.
11F2825
8260B
826GB
.
EPA
V+nylchloride
Vny1
chlonde
2:0
11F2825
8260B
EPA
826DB
b.-Xylene.
ö-Xylene.
2.0.
11F285
11F2825
EPA
8260B
m,p-Xylenes
xn,p-Xylenes
Surrogate: Dibromofluoromelhafle
Surrogate:
Dibrornofluoromelhafle (85-125%)
Surrogate: Toluene-d8
Sur,ogate;
Toluene-d8 (80-120%)
r80-120%)
(80-120%) romofluor0befleflC ('80-120°/)
Surrogate: 4-ft
4ftromoflu0r0beflefle
Date
Result 'Factor Extracted Analyzed
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.
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
. ND
-ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
i:
ND.
1
ND
ND
ND"
ND
ND.
ND
ND
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ReportNumbèr:1KF0951
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VOLATllE OR(ANICS
GCIMS (EPA
VOLATILE.
ORGAINICSbybyGC/MS
Method
Analyte
-
. Batch
Btch
Reporting
Limit
nglkg
ug/kg
SB24-2.5 - Soft)
Sample ID: IKFO951-05 ((SB2-2-2.5
2.0
11F2825
EPA 8260B flF2825
-.
Benzene
5.0
5,0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Brornobenzene
Bromobenzene
5.0..
11F2825
1lF2825
EPA
8260B
Bromochioroiflethane
Bromochioromethane
2.0
2.0
EPA
8260B
:11F2825
BromodichlotOlflethafle
BromodichlorOmethalle
5.0
11F2825
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Bromoform
5.0
11F2825.
EPA
826OB
8260B
Broniomethatle
Broniometharie
5.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
ii-Buty1benzene
n-Bity1benzene
5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
sec-Butylbenzene
5.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
tert-ButylbeflZefle
tert-Butylbenzene
5,0
5,0
I]F2825
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Carbon tetrachioride
2.0
11F2825
.
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Ch1orobeiene
Chlorobenzene
5.0
11P2825
EPA8260B 11F2825
EPA82603
Chioroethane
Chloroethane
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Chloroform
5.0
flF2825
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Chloromethane
Chioromethane
EPA 826DB.
EPA
826bB. .11F2825
I1F2825 ... 5.0
2Ch1orotoluene
2Ch1orotolUene
5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
4-Chlorotoluene
4-Chiorotoluene
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Dibromochlotonlethafle
Dibromochloromethane
5.0
11F2825
flF2825
EPA 826DB
- 1,2Dibromo.3-ch1lorOPrOPaflC
,2Dibromo-3-Ch1loroProPane
2.0
11 P2825
11F2825
EPA
8260B
I ,2Dibromoethane (EDE)
(EDB)
:
2.0
11F2825
flF2825
EPA
EPA
8260
860B
Dibromoinethane
Dibromoinethane
2.0
11P2825
EPA
EPA 8260B
.
l,2.Dichlorobenzene
l,2.Dichlorobenzefle
2.0
2.0
11F2825
.
EPA
EPA
826GB
8260B
.1
13-picblorobeflzene .
j,3-Dtcblorobenzene
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
1,4-Dichlorobenzefle
1 ,4-Dichlorobenzene
5.0
11F2825
8260B
EPA
8260R
.Dichlorodifluoromethafle
.Djchjorodjfluoromethane
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
1,1-Dichioroethane
2.0
flF2825
11F2825
EPA
8260B
1,2-Dichioroethane
1,2-Dichloroethane'
5.0
5.0
ItF2825
EPA
8260B
1,1-Dichloroe.thene
1,1-Dichioroethene
2.0
11F2825
EPA 8260B
EPA
8260B. 11F2825
cis-1,2-Dichloroethefle
cisl,2-Dich1oroethefle
EPA 8260B 11F2825 . 2.0
trans4,2.Dicbloroethene
trans_1,2.Dicbloroethefle
2.0
2,0
[1F2825
EPA 8260B 11F2825
1,2-Dic11oropropafle
1,2-Dichloropropane
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
.
EPA
8260B
I ,3-Dichloropropafle
1,3-Dichioropropane
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
.EPA
2;2-DichloroprOpafle
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
I ,1-Dichloropropene
.1,1-Dichloropropefle
2.0
11F2825
1IF2825
EPA
8260B
cis_1,3Dich1oropropefle
cis1,3.Dichloropropene
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
transl,3.Dic1loroproPefle
trans.1,3.Dic11oroprOpefle
2.0
I1F2825
EPA 8260B IlF2825
Ethy1benzen
Ethylbenzene
- 3:0
T11223
EPA
8260B
8260B
I223
Hexach1robutadiene
Hexachiorobutadiene
2.0
EPA8260B flF2825
lsopropylbenzeno
Isopropylbenzeno
2.0
2,0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
p.lsopropyltoltiene
p.lsopropyltolttene
20
EPA
BPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Methylene chloride
5.0
11F2825
11F225
EPA 8260B
Naphthalene
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
n-Propy]be'zefle
n-Propylbe.nzcne
nglkg
uglkg
ND
ND -ND.
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
NQ
ND
ND
ND
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1
1
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1
I1
1
I
1
1
1
1.
. 1i
.
1
I1
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
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ND
ND
ND
ND
NI)
ND
1.
1
ND.
ND
1
1
1
-.
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6/28(01
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1
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
S
-
0
ND
..
.
.
Data
Date
Sample Dilnfldn
Dilution Date
QüIifiers
xtracted Analyzed Qütiflers
Result . Factor Extracted
ResuLt
1
1
I
.1
I
1
ND
I
1
NI)
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
1
NIY
.1
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
1
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VOLATILE' ORGANICS by GC/MS'(EPA
VOLATILE
GC/MS(EPA 5030B/8260B)
Analyte
-
Method
-
Batch
Date
Sample Dilution Date
Result Factor Extracted Analyzed
Reporting
Limit '
ug/kg
ID:
1KF0951-05
(8B2-2-2.5
'-Soil)
Sample
-ID:
IKFO9S1-05
(8B2-2-2.5
.Sample
2.0
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826DB
Styrene - '
Styrene
5.0
EPA 82608 11F2825
1,1,
14.Tetracbloroethane 1,l,1.,2.Tetrachloroethaile
2.0
11F2825
EPA
826OB
8260B
ll,2;2-Tçtrachloroethañe
ll,2;2*TtraCh1droethaiie
F2825 '. 2.0
11F2825
EPA 826DB
82608 II
EPA
Tetrachloro.ethene
Tetrachioroethene
2.0
'
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2825
'
Totuérie
Totuene
5.0
11F2825
EPA
826DB
8260B
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
1;2,-Trich1orobenZene
5.0
11F2825
EPA
826DB
8260B
l,2,4Trich1orobenzene
l,2,4Trih1orobenzet1e
flF2825 2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
l,1,l-TriChloroethane
l,1,1-Trichloroethane
2.0
EPA 826DB
8260B flF2825
1,1,2-Trichioroethane
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
2.0
11F2825 ' '2.0
EPA 826DB
EPA
82603 L1F2825
TriChlóroethene'
Trichlóroethcne
5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Ttichlortfluorornethatie
TtichlorfluorornethaflC
11F2825' '' 10
EPA 8260B 11F2825
1,2,3-Trichioropropane
1 ,2,3-T'riChloropropatie
2.0
l'1F2825
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2825
I1,2,4.TrimethyibenZane
,2,4.TrimethyibenZane
'2.0
2.0
EPA 8260B
826DB 11F2825
EPA
1,3,5-Triniethylbenzëne
1,3,5-Triniethylbenzene
'EPA
EPA 82608
82608, 11F2825
I1F2825 ' 5.b
Vinyl chtcnide '.
Vinyichipride
EPA
82608. 11F2825
IlF285 2.0
EPA 82608.
o-Xylene .
o-Xylene
2.0
'11F2825
EPA 826OB
8260B 11F2825
:'
rn,p-Xylenes
m;p-Xylenes
Surrogate: Dibrornofluoromethane
Dibramofluoromethane ('85-125%,)
('85-125%,)
Surfrogate: Toluene-d8 ('80-120%)
Surpogate:
(80-120%)
Surrogate: 4-Bromofiuorobenzenb
4-Bromofluorobeniené (80-120%)
uglkg
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ORGANICSbybyCC/MS
CC/MS(EPA
(EPA5030B/8260B)
5030B/8260B):
VOLATILE
VOLATILE 0RGANIçs
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Method
Analyte
Batch
Data
Date
Dâtè
Sample DilutiOn Date
xtiactedAnalyzed
Analyzed:: Qialifiers
Qualifiers
Factor extracted
Result FatOr
Reporting
Limit
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
Soil)
Sample ID:
ID 1XF0951-06
1KF0951-06 (SB2-S-5.5 - Soi1
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Beuzene
EPA 826GB
5.0
8260B 11F2825
Bromobenzene
Bromobenzefle
5.0
5,0
EPK826OB 11F2825
11F2825
ElA8260B
Bromochloromethane
Bromoc1oromethans
2.0
EPA
826GB
8260B
11F2825
Bromodichioromethane
Brornodichioromethane
-flF2825
5.0
EPA 826.OB -11F2825
Bromofonn
Bromofonn
5.0
.
EPA 8260B 11F2825.
Bromomethane
nF2g2-s
5.0
-EPA 826GB 11F28'25
.EPA826OB
n-Butylbenzene
5.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
aec-Butylberizene
s.ec-Butylberizene
5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
tert-Butylbenzene
5.0
11F2825
EPA
S260.
11F2825
EPA
S260
.
Carbon
tetrachioride
Carbontetrachioride
2.0
8260B .11F2825
EPA 826GB
Chlorobenzene
11F2825
5.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F282-5
Cl1oroethane
Chioroethane
2:0.
EPA 82608 - 11F2825
Chloroform
Chloroform
EPA 826GB
5.0
8260B 11F2825
Chlor.omethane
Chioromethane
5.0
11.F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
2-Cblorotoluene
2-Chiorotoluene
1ff2825
5.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
4-Chlorótoluene
'
EPA 8260B .11F2825
2.0
Dibromochioromethane
5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
L,2_Dibromo-3-chIoropTOPafle
L,2_Dibromo-3-chloropropane
2.0
11F2825
EPA8260B flF2825
I,2-Dibroñwethane (EDE)
1,2-Dibrornoethane
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B flF2825
Dibromomethane
2.0
EPA 826GB.
8260B. 11F2825
11F2825
l,2.Dichlorobenzene
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
:
2,0
2.0
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
'-1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
EPA 826GB
-'
8260B 11F2825
2.0
J,4-Dichlorobenzene .
1,4-ich1orobenzene
5,0
..EPA826OB
EPA 826GB 11F2825
Dichiorodifluoromethane '
Dichiorodifluorornethane
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
flF2825
2.0
1,1-Dichioroethane
1,
1-Dichloroethan.e
2.0
EPA
PA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,2-Dichioroethane
112-Dichloroethane
5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
,
1,1-Dichioroethene
1,1-Diähloroethene
11F2825.
11F2825,
2.0
8260B
EPA
.
cis-1,2-Diohlóroethene
cis-1,2-Dichlroethene
8260B 11F2825
2.0
EPA 826GB
trans-'1,2.Dicblorcethene
trans.i,2.lDicbloroethene
.
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
2.0
1;2-Dichloropropaue
I ,2-Dichloropropane
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
2.0
1,3-Dichioropropana . .
1,3-Dichioropropane
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
2.0
'
2,2-Dichloropr9parfe
2,2-Dichloropr9palte
2.0
8260B 11P2825
EPA 826GB
1,1-Dichioropropene
1i -Dichioropropene
860B 11F2825
2.0
EPA 8260B
. EPA
cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
trans.1,3.Dichloropropene
trans.1,3-Dichloropropene
11F2825
2.0
PA
826GB
8260B
-.
.Ethylbenzene
Ethylbenzene
.
:o
TEPK8260B
PK826QB
11F2825
11'F225,
hexach1orobu11ene
2.0
EPA.8260B 11F2825
Isopropylbenzene
8260B 11F2825
2.0
EPA 826GB
p-lsopropyltoluene
p-Isopropyltolueni
20
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Methylene chloride
EPA 826GB
8260B T1F2S25
5.0
EPA
11F2S25 . 5,0
Naphthalene .
2,0
8260B 11F2825 - 2.0
EPA 826GB
n-Propylbenzene
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Method
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Data.
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Sample Dilation
Sample.
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Qualifiers
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Extracted
Extracted
Analyzed
Factor
Result
Reporting
Lii1t
. Batch
Batch
Lhnit
uglkg
ug(kg
Sample ID: IKFO9S1-06(SB255.5
IKFO9S1-06(SB255.S -- Soil)
soil)
EPA 8260B
8260B
. EPA
.
Styrene
.
1,1,152Tetmch1or0h18516
1,1,152Tetrach1or0h185
l,1,2,2TetrachlOroethane
1,1,2,2-TetrachlorOethafle
Tetrachioroethefle
.
Tetrac101oet
Toluene
.
.
1,2,3Trich1probenzetie
1,2,3Trich1probenZet1e
1,2,4_TrichlorobeflZene
1,2,4_Trichlorobenzene
1,l,1-TrichlOroethane
1,1 ,1-Trichloroethane
.
:
.
.
l,l,2.Trichioroethafle
I,l,2.Trichioroethane
Tiichloróehefle
Trichlorôethefle
TrichlcrôfluQrofllethitr9p
TrichlorôfluQrometháne
1,2,3TTich1oroprOPafle
1,2,3Trich1oroproPafle
1,2,4.Trimethylbenzefle
1,2,4.Trimethylbenzene
i,3,5TrimethylbeflZefle
1,3,5TrimethylbeflZCfle
Vinyl chloride
Vinylchloride
.
11F2825
i1F2S25
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
11F2825
flF2825
EPA 82603 1W2825
flF2825
EPA 82603 ]1F2825
flF2825
EPA 8260B
EPA
82603 11F2825
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 1tF2825
flF2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
EPA
82603 11F2825
2.0
2.0
5.0
8260B
EPA 826GB
EPA 826GB
EPA
8260B
EPA 8260B
EPA 826GB
8260B
EPA 826GB
8260B
EPA 826GB
8260B
8260B
EPA 8260
EPA 8260B
.
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EPA
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11P2825Z0
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EPA 826GB
EPA
8260B IlF2825
o-Xylene
m,p-Xyleues
m,p-Xylenes
:
DibromofluOrOmethafla (85-125%)
(85-125%)
Surrogate: ElibromofluOrOmethafle.
Surrogate
SuWogate: Toiuene-d8 (80-120%)
SuiTogate:
Surrogate:. 4BromofluorobenZefle
Surrogate:
4BromofluOrObenZefle (80-120%)
(80-120%)
ND
. ND
ND
:
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND.
ND
ND
NDND
2.4
ND
1
1
.11
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104 %
1
.
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6/28/01
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ReportNumberIKF®51
1KF0951 --.-
Sampled:
06/22/Ol
Sampled:.. 06/22/01
Rèceiced: O6/22/01
06/22O1°
1. Received:
°
.
Attention: Bita Tabatabai.°..
Attention: Bita Tabatabai
VOLATILE ORGANLCS
VOLATTLE
ORGANICSby
byGC/MS
GC/MS(EPA
EPA .5030B18260B)
Method
Mialyte
Analyte
°
uglkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
0
0
0
0
.
EPA 82°60B
826GB
EPA 826GB
8260B
EPA 826GB
8260B
cis-1,3-Diohloropropetie
cisl,3.Dich1oroprOpet1e
trans.l,3.Dichloropropcfle
trans.l,3.DicmoroproPcfle
Etbylbenzene
I.1F2825
11F2825
11F282°5
11F2825
K26OBflT22r
flT2'23
EPKE260B
8260B. 11F2825
EPA 826GB.
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
EPA 826GB 11F2825
EPA826OB
11F2825
8260
EPA 826GB
Ibiiffdiëhi
Rbiiffdiëifi
Isopropylbenzene
p-Isopropyltoluene
plsopropyltolUene
Methylene
Methylene ch]o.nde
ch]otide
Naphthatene
Naphthalene
n-P.ropylbenzene
2.0
2.0°
5.0
5.0
2.0
2,0
5.0
5.0
5.0
.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5,0
5.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
2.0 °
5.0
°
5.0.
5:0.
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
°
2.0
° 5.0
'5.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
2,0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
.
°°
2.0
2.0
20
5.0
5,0
'2.0
2.0
0
Data
Daie
Date
Sample Dilution Date
Qualifiers
Analyzed : Qualifiers
Result Factor Extracted Analyzed
Reporting
°Batch
Batch :: Limit
Sa°mIe tD:
Sample
ID: IKFO9SI-07 (SB2-9.2-9.7 - Soil)
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Benzene
.11F2825
EPA 8260
rQrnobe1ZCfle
Eromobenzcne
°11F2825
11F2825
8260B
EPA
826GB
Bromochloromethafle
BromochiorOmethatle
.°
11F2825
EPA 8260B flF2825
Broxnodichloromethane
BromodichlOroThethne
11F2825
EPA 826GB
8260B° 11F2$25
Bromoform
°flF2825
11F2825EPA
8260B
Bromomethane
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
0
n-Butylbenzene
flF2825 .
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
sec-Butylbenzene
°. EPA 826GB 11F2825
°tert-uty1benzene
tert-Butylbeuzene
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
Carbon tetrachlóride
EPA
EPA 826GB
82603 11F2825
Chlorobenzetie
Chlorobenzene
11F2825
8260B
EPA
826GB
Chioroethane
11P2825
EPA 8260B
EPA
8260B° °11P2825
Chloroform
Chloroform
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Chloromethane
EPA 826OB°.
EPA
826OB. °11F2825
11F2825
2-Chiorotoluefle
2-Chiorotoluene
11F2°825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2'825
4-Chiorotoluene
11F2825
8260
EPA 8260E
Dibromochioromethafle
Dibromochioroniethafle
11F2825
flF2825
EPA
8260B
1,2_Dibrorno-3-chlorOproPafle
1,2_Dibrorno.3-chloTOPtoPafle
11F2825
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
l,2-Dibromoethane
,2-Dibromoethane (ED13)
(ED13)
flF2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
EPA
Dibromomethane
flF2825
EPA°8260B
.
EPA8260B
l,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,2-Dichlorobenzefle
flF2825
11F2825
°
EPA
EPA
826GB
8260B
l,3-Dichlorobenzene
l,3Dich1orobenzene
flF2825
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,4-Dichlorobenzene.
1,4-Diclilorobeozene.
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
Dichlorodifluorotnethafle
Dichlorodifluorotflethafle
11F2825.
EPA
EPA
826GB
8260B
11-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichioroethane
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
1,2-Dichioroethane
1,2-Dichloroethane
° EPA
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,1-Dichioroethene
11E2825 .
EPA826OB
.11E2825
EPA
826GB
cis_1,2Pich1orotheUe
cis_l,2Dichloroethene
I1}2825
EPA
PA8260B
826GB 11P2825
trans1,2_Dich1oroethefle
trans-1,2-Dchloroethene
EPA 8260B 11F2825
1,2-Dichioropropane
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
I3-Dich1oropropane
1,3-Dichioropropane
flF2825
11F2825
EPA
826GB
EPA8260B
2,2-Dichloropropafle
2,2-Dichioropropane
11P2825
EPA
8260
EPA
826GB
i,1-Dch1oropropefle
1,1-Dichioropropene
°°
°
0
ND
ND
NpND
ND
ND
ND'
ND°
ND
ND
ND
NJ)
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND.
°° ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
. ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
. ND
ND
ND
Nl
ND
.
ND
ND
ND
1
1°
1'
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Project ID:.
ID:- Valley Aihambra
. 04-9065A
Report Number
Number 1KF095
1KF09511
-
.-
.-
-
-
Method
A-ualyte
Analyte
Reporting
Limit
- Batch
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
.
-
-
ugIkg
-
-
-
2.0
'11F2825
11F2825
5.0
- 11F2825
11F282.5
- 2.0
11F2825
11F282-5 - 2.0
11F2825
2.0
11F2825
5.0
11F2825
-
5.0
11F2825
2.0
11P282511P2825
2.0
°11F2825
11F2825
2.0
I-1F28-25
11F2825
5.0
11P2825
10
11P2825
11F2825
2.0
EPA 826GB 11F2825
2.0
EPA 826GB
EPA
82603 1ff2825 -2.0
5.0
EPA 826GB 11F2825 - - 5.0
2.O
11F2825
EPA 8260B. I1F282
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
-
-
1,2,4TrimetbylbenZéfle
1,2,4TrimetbylbCflZefle
.
I ,3,5TrimethylbertZefle
,3,5TrimethylbenZèfle
-Vinyl
chloride- Vinyl chloride
o-Xylene - --. o-Xylene
.
m,p-Xylenes
in,p-Xylenes
:
Surrogate:DthromofluorOmethafle
DthromofluorOmethafle (85-125%)
Surro'ate:
St.#-rogate:
Surrogate: Toluéne-d8
Toluëne-d8 (80-120%)
80-120%)
(80-120%,)
4Dro,ni1flUOrObeflZefle(80l2O%)
Surrogate; 4DrombfluOrObeflZefle
Surrogate
-
Data
Date
Sample Dilution -Date
Qualifiers
Factor
Extracted
Analyzed
Result
-
ug/kg
Sample ID;
ID: 1KF0951-07
1KF0951-07 (SB2-9.2-9.7
(SB29.2.9.7 -- Soil)
EPA 8260B
EPA
Styreue
Styreie
EPA 8260B
1,l,l.,2_Tettchloroethane
1,ll.,2_Tetjtchlorothane
EPA 8260
1,1,2,2_Tetrachioroethane
1,1,2,2_Tetrachioroethafle
EPA 8260B
82603
Tetrachioroethefle TetrachiorOethefle
EPA
82603
8260B
-- Toluene
EPA
860B
EPA 8260B
1,2,3TrichIorobeI1zene
1,2,3Trich1orobUZefle
EPA
8260B
1,2,4.Trich1orobèflefle
1,2,4Trich1orobenefle
EPA 8260B
i,l,1Trichloroethane
i,l,1Trich1oroethan0
EPA 8260B
1,1,2Trich1oroethafle
l,l,2Trich1oroethafle
EPA 8260B
Trichlorocthcfle Trichlorocthcfl&
EPA
EPA 8260B
.TrichlQroflu.oromethafle
.TrichlroflUProfl18thafle
EPA
820B
EPA 8260B
l,2,3Trich1oropTOPafl0
l,2,3Tric.h1oropTOPafl0
-
-
-
ORGANICS by
byGC/MS
GC/MS1EPA
EPA 5030B/8260B)
-VOLATILE
'7'LATILE ORGANICS
--
--
-
-
.-
-
-
-
Sampled:
06/22/01.
Sampled: 061221011
- Received:
Réceived: 06/22/0
06/221QL
-
-
v
-
ND
ND
ND
4.9
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND.
NDND
ND
ND ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
109 %
1
1
1
1.
1
1
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-
-
103 %
0%
101 %
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Sampled: P06/22101
Sampled:
06/22101
Received: 06/22/01.
VOLATILE
by GCIMS:(EPA
VOLATILE ORGANICS
ORGANJCSby
GCIMS:(EPA-5030B/8260B)
5030B/8260B)
Method
Anayte
Analyte
ugfkg
Soil)
Soil)
SampLe ID: IKFQ9SI-O8
IKFO9SI-08 (SB2-14-14.5
(SB2-14-14.5
2.0
EPA 8260B
82606 I]F2825
EPA
.
Benzene
Benzcne
5.0
11F2825
P2825
EPA 8260B
82606 Ii
..'
BromObenzene
Bromobenzene.
5.0
5.Q
11F2825
EPA
8260B
.
Broniochioromethafle.
Broniochioromethafle
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Bromodicbloromethal3e
Bromodichioromethafle
5.0
E?A 8260B 11F2825
.
Bromoforni
Bromofomi
5.0
!1F2825
11F2825
EPA
8260B
Bromomethane
Bromomethatle
5.0
EPA 826GB
EPA
82603 11F2825
n-Butylbenzene
11F2825. . 5.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
sec.Butylbenzene
sec-ButylbeTizene
5.0
EPA
EPA 8260B 11F2825
tertButyTheTizene .
tertButyTheT1zene
5.0
5,0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Carbontétrachioride
aboTftétrach1oride
2.
2.0
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
.
CWorobeüzene
Chloroberizene
5.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
Chloroethane
Chtoroethan,e
20
2:0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
Chloroform
5.
5.0
EPA 826GB
..
8260B 11F2825
.Chloromethane
5.0
5.
11F2825
EPA
8260B
EPA
82606
2-Chiorotoluene
2-Chlorotoluene
5.0
1ff2825
EPA 826OB.
82608. 11F28Z5
4-Chiorotoluene
4-ChlorotQluene
2.0 .
8260B 11F2825
EPA 826GB
Dibromochioromethafle
5M
5.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
1,2_Dibromo-3-chloropropafle
l,2_Dibromo-3-chlorOPrOPafle
2.0
11F2825
F2825
EPA 8260B
82606 U
EPA
l,2-Dibr.omáethane
(EDB
l,2-Dibtomóethane (EDB)
2.0
2.0
flF2825
EPA
EPA 8260B
82602 :flF2825
Dibromomethane
Dibroinomethane .
2.0
11F2825
11P2825
2EPA
82603
.EPA
8260B
1,2-Dichldrobenzene.
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
i,3-Dichlorob6nzene
1,3-Dichlorob6nzene
2.0
Il.F2825
EPA 8260B
82602 11F2825
,4-Dich1or.obenzene
l,4-Dichlor.obenzene
5.0
11F2825
EPA
8260
.
Dichlorodifluoromethalte
Dichlorodifluorothethalte
2.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
1,1-Dichioroethane
l,1-Dichl9roethane
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,2-Dichioroethane
1,2-Dichloroethane
5.0
11F2825
flF2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
1,1-Dichloroéthene
2.0
11F2S25
.EPA
82608
cis-1,2.Dichloroethene
cis-1,2Dich1oroethene
2.0
2:0
EPA 8260B
82608 11F2825
trans4,2-Dichloroethene.
trans4,2-Dichloxoethefle.
2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B . 11F2825
.
EPA 826GB
1,2Dich1oropropane
l,2-Dichloropropane
2.0
11F2825
EPA
826GB
EPA
8260B
1,3-Dichioropropane
2.0
11
F2825
11F2825
EPA
826GB
8260B
2,2-Dichidropropane
2,2-DichlOropropane
2.0
EPA 826GB
8260B 11F2825
1,1-Dichioropropene
14-Dichioropropene
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
cis1,3-Dich1oropropene
cis1,3-Dich1oropropene
11F2825
2.0
8260B
EPA
826GB
trans-1,3-Dichloroprope2e
traris-1,3-Dich1oroprope2e
2.0
.2.0
11F2825
EPA
8260B
82602
.
.
Ethylbenzerie
.
50
EPK8&YWT1F2
TiP25 - 5Ø
EPK8&Y
cIi1rüiiIei1e
2.0
EPA 8260B 11F2825
Isopropylbenzene
2.0
EPA
EPA 826bB
8260B 11F2825
p-tsopropy1touene
p-isopropyltoluene
20
11F2825
EPA
8260B
82608
Methylene chloride
M&thylene
chloride
11F2825
5.0
EPA
8260B
82608
Naphthalene
2.0
EPA 8260B
82608 11F2825
n-Popylben.zene
n-Propylbenzerte
Result
uglkg
ug/kg
1
.
.
.
.
.
1
6/28/0 1
1
.
.
1
11
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
. ND
.
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/0 1
6/28/01
6/28/01
.6/28/01.
6128/01
6/2S101
6/28/01
6/28/01
6128/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
ND
. ND
ND
.
.
Date
Data
Date
Factor Extracted Analyzed Qualifiers
Sample Dilution
Reporting
Limit
Batch
1
1
1
11
I
ND
1
ND.
1
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
1D
NO
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
-- 1SlD
ND
ND
ND
.
1
7.9
NI)
ND
i
:
1
1.
6/28/01
6/28101
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/OF
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/281.01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/0 1
6/28/01
/28/01
6/28/0 1
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/1
6/28/01
6/2 8/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
1
1
1
I1
1
.
1
1
'1
1
1I
.1
11
.
1
1
1
1
.1
.1
1
1
1,..:
L
1
1
6fl870t
6/2810t
- 11'
1
I
1
1
1
.
6/28/0 1
6/28/01
6/28101
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/0 1
6/28/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/0
1
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
.6/29/01
69/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
.6/29/01
/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01 6/29rn1.
6/29/01.
6129/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29101
6129101
6/29/01
6129/01
6129/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6129io'r
I29i
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29101
6/29/01
6/29/01
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Patty Mata
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VOLATILE
ORGANICSbyGCIMS
bGC1MS (ErA.5030B/8260B)
(F2A.5030B/8260B).:
VOLATILE ORGANICS
Method
Analyte
Batch
Date
Dat
Date
Sample Dilution
Result Factor Extracted Analyzed
RepOrting
Reporting
Limit
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
Sample JD: IKFO9S1-e8
IKFO9S1-08 (SB2-14-.14.5
(SB2-14-14.5 - Soil)
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2825
Styrene
EPA
8260B 11F2825
1,1,1,2-Tetrachioroethane
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
EPA 826DB
-11F2825
8260B 11F2825
1,1,2,2-Tetrachioroethane
' EPA
F2825
flF2825
EPA826DB
860B fl
Tetracliloroethene
Tetrachioroethene
11F2825
EPA
826DB
'
Toluene
.
EPA 826DB
8260B IiF2825.
.,
IiF2825
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
l,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
EPA'8260B
EP-A8260B IlF2825
flF2825
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzenel,2,4-TrichlorobenZefle
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2825
l,j,1-Trichloroethane
l,L1-Trichloroethane
EPA 826DB 11F2825
1,1,2-Trichioroethane
EPA 826DB
8260B 11F2825
Trichläroethene
EPA 8260B IlF2825
11F2825
Trichlorofluoromethane
Trichiorofluoromethane
EPA 8260B 11F2825
'
EPA8260B
i,2,3-Trichloroprópane
i,2,3Trichl9roprópane
EPA 8260B 11F2825
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
,2,4-Trimethy1benzene
EPA
EPA 826DB
8260B 11 F2825
1,3,5-Trimethylbeuzene
1,3,5-Trimethylbeuzene
EPA 8260B,
8260W11F2825
1ff2825
Vinyl chloride
flF2825
EPA 826DB
EPA
86.0B 11F2825
oXy1ene
o-Xylene
EPA 82605 11F2825
m,p-Xylenes
(85-J25%)
Difromofluoromethane (85-125%)
Surrogate: Dibromofluoromethane
Surragate:
Surrogate. Toluene-dB (80-120%) '
Surrogate:
Surrogate:
Surrogate: 4-Bromofluorobenzene
4-Bromofluorobenzenet'80-120%,)
(80-120%)
.
2.0
ND
5.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
ND
'Np.
1
ND
1
21
1
ND
ND'
1
ND
ND
ND
1
ND
ND;
ND
ND
ND
1.
.
2.0
5.0
10
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
Data
Qualifiers
'
..
.
1
1
1
1
1
-1
'1
23
7.6
ND
:11
$.0.
6.0.
'11
12
1
1
1
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/0 1
6/28/01
6128/01
6/28101
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
6/28/01
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6/28/Ol
6/28/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/lu
6/29/f
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01.
6/29/01
6/2.9/01
6/29/01.
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/0!
.6/29/01.
.6/29/01
6/29/01
6/29/01
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J02 %
100 %
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METAL.
METALS
.:
Date
Sample. Dilution Date
Result Factor Extracted Analyzed
Repoiting
Iepoiting
Method
Analyte
latch
. Batch
Limit
.
-
mg/kg
mg/kg
.
.
.
Sample ID;
ID: 1KF0951-01
1KF0951-01 (SB1-2-2.S
(SB1-2-2.5 -Soil)
-Soil)
10
EPA 6010B 11F2642
Antimony
Antinony
2.0
flF2642
11F2642
6010B
EPA
60108
ATsenic
Arsenic
.
I1F242
1.0
EPA 6010B
60108 1ff2642
Barium
BariUm
EPA 6010.B
EPA
60108 . 11F2642 .0.50
..
BryIlium. .
Beryllium.
0:50
11F2642
EPA 6010B.
601GB. 11F2642
Cadmium
1.0
11F2642
EPA
601GB
6010B
Chromium.
1.0
EPA 60 lOB 11F2642
EPA6O1OB
Cobalt
1.0
.1ff2642
EPA 601GB
6010B .11F2642
Copper
20
11F2642
EPA
601DB
6010B
Lead
EPA 7471A 11F2635. 0.020
Mercury
2.0
EPA 60
lOB 11F2642
EPA
60108
Molyb4enum
Mo1yb4enuii
1.0
11F2642
11P2642
6010B
EPA
601GB
Nickel
1lF2642 . 2.0
EPA 601GB
6010B 1l-F2642
Selenium
1.0
EPA 6010B
60108 11F2642
Silver
.
10
11F2642
EPA
601GB
.
11F2642
6010B
Thallium
2.0
2.0
11F2642
EPA 60
E'PA
6010B.
lOB. 11F2642
Titanium
Titanium.
1.0
6010B 11F2642
EPA 601GB
Vanadium
5.0
11F2642
EPA
601GB
6010B
.
Ziuè
Saijiple.ID;
Sample
ID; IXFO9S1-05 (SB2-2-2.5- Soil)
I(
EPA 601GB
6010B 11F2642 . 10.
Antimony
. 2.0
11F2642
EPA
601GB
6010B
Arsenic
1.0
EPA010B
- EPA
010B i1F2642
Barium . .
0.50
11F2642
EPA
60
6010B
lOB
Beryllium ..
0.50
EPA 601GB
EEA
6010B 11F2642
Cadmium
1.0
11F2642
11P2642
EPA
6010B
BPA.60108
Chromium
Chromiuin
Data
Qualifiers
.
.
.
.
.
.
-
-
.
-
.
-
.
.
-
ND
ND
36
NL
ND
I1
1,4
14
6.7
1
3.3
1.8
'1.8
4.0
0.19.
1
1
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6/26/01
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6/26/01
6/26/01
6/26/01
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6/26/01
.6/26/01.
.6/26/01
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ND
1
6/26/0 1
3.8
2.6
ND
ND
340
1
19
19
23
1
ND
ND
56
ND
ND
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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6/26/01
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6/26/0.1
6/26/Qi
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6126/01
6/26/01
6/26/01
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1
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-
..
-
i12
-
-
Cobalt
Copper
Lead
Mercury
Mercâry
EPA 6010B
60108
EPA7471A
.
Molybdenum
Mó1rbdenum
Nickel. .
Selenium
Silver:
Thallium ....
Titanfum
Titanium
Vanadhnn
Vanadium
6010B
PA 6010
. EPA
.
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Reporting
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Limit
Limit.
Result
Analyte
Blank Analyzed: 06/28/01 (11F2.825-BLK1)
B)ank
Benzene
ND
BroonobenZene
BroonobenZefle
BromochiotOmethane
Bromochlotomcthatle
ND
ND
ND
ND
l,DicbIorobenzei1e
1,Dicblorobenzei1e
1,4_Dichtorobeflefle
114_Dic!ItorobenZefle
Dichlorodifluorometbafle
Dichlorodifluoromethafle
1,l-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichioroethafle
1,2-Dichioroethana
l,2-Dichloroethana
1,1-Dichioroethene
.
.
ND
ND
ND:
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
NJ)
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
.
trans.l,2.Dichloroethene
trans.l,2-Dichloroethefle
l,2.Dichloropropane
l,2-Dichloropropane'
1,3-Dichtoropropane
2,2-Dichioroprapafle
2,2-Dichloroprflpafle
1,1-Dichioropropene.
I,l-Dicbloropropefle.
cis-I,3-Dichloropropene
5.0
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5.0
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
2.0
ug/lcg
'5.0
5,0
2.0
ug/kg
uglkg
uglk
ug/k
ug/kg
ugfkg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/k
ug/kg
tig/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ugfkg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ugt'kg
ug/kg
5.0
5,0
5.0
20
20
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
trans-1,3.DichlOtoprOPefle
trans1,3.DichloroprOPefle
Ethylbenzene
ug/kg
uglkg
ugi'kg
uglkg
uglkg
ug&g
uglkg
iiglkg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/tcg
ug/k
ug/kg
ug/kg
.2.0
2.0
ND'
NDNI)
ND
ND
cis-1,2-DichIoroethefle
cis-1.,2-Dichlo.roethefle
Qualifiers
ug/kg.
5.0
.5.0
5.0
5.0
50
2.0
ND
Chloroinethañe
Chloroinethanc
2-Chiorotoluene
2-Chiorotoluefle
4-Chiorotoluene
DibromóchlorOmethafle
Dtbrontochlorornethafle
I,2Dibromo3.chIoroproPane
1,2.Dibrorno3.chloroprOPat1e
1,2-Dibromoethafle (EDB)
Dibromonlethane
Dibromoniethane
1,2_Dichtorobenzefle
1,2_Dichtorobeazefle
Result%REC
Rsult
%REC Limits
Limits RPD
R?D
Pata
RID
RPD
LimIt
ug/kg
ug/kg
50
5.0
5.0
5.0
ND.
ND
ND.
Chlorofonn.
Chlorofon.
%REC
ug/kg.
2.0
5.0
5.0
50
2.0
ND.
teit-ButylbéflZCflc
teit-Butylbe&zene
Carbon tetrachioride
tetrach)oride
Carbon
Qilorobenzene
Chlorobenzene
Chioroethane
Chlordethane
Source
..
Batch:
06128/01
Batch: I1'2825
I12825 E;tractecI
E;tracted06/28/O1
BromodichlorOlncthafle
BromodichlorOmcthafle
romoforxn
Bromoforin
romomethane
n.Butylbenzene
i-Butylbenzefle
sec-Butylbenzpfle
sec-Butylbenzene
Spike
Level
2.0
2.0
Z0
2.0
20
2.0
.
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Units
. .%REC
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Spike
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%RC Limits
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RID
Limit
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QuaIllier6
Qualifiers
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Exracted
Q/2Mi.
t -.
(11F2825-BLKI)
06/28/01 (11F2825-BLK1)
Blank Analyzed: 06/28/01
S
5.0
so
ND
ND
ND
Hexacb1OrObUtiee
HexacblOrObUtadie
rsopropylbenzene.
rsopropylbenzene
p4sopropyltoluefle
p1sop.ropy1tO1uefle
Methylefle.ChlOridC.
Methylen.e.chloride.
Naphthalefl.e
Naphthalefle-
nPropy1beflZefle
n-PropylbcflZeflC
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Styrene
l,l,t,2_TetrachlOr0etha
1.l,t,2_Tetrach1Qr0eth5th
TetachlOrOethfl8
TeachlorOethfl6
.-
Toluene
1,2;3Trich1orObeflzefle
l,2;3Trich1orObenzene
l,2,4.Trichlorobenzene
l,2,4.Trichlorobeflzefle
.111,l_Trióhloroethane
.1,l,lTiich1oroethane
.
.
.
.
.
Il,2.1chlorpropane
,2,3TrichlorQpropae
II ,2,4Trimethytben2Cfle.
,2,4Trimethy028.
5.0
.. 2.0
-. 2.0
5.0
2.0
iO
: ND
ND
2.0
. ND
ND
5.0
ND
ND
NI)
ND
ND
ND
Nb
ND
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
:
.
o-Xy1eie
o-XYlene .
m,p-Xylenes
Surrogate:
DIbromofluoronWt/tafle
surrogOte:DIbromOflu9r0mett0
Surrogate Tohene-d8
Surrogate:
Toluene-d8
Surrogate:
4flromofIuOr0b6tw
Surrogate: 4flromofluOrObe22e
ND
ND
ND
ND
5.0
2.0
2.0
52.9..
51.1
51.1
51.5
LCS Analyzed: 06/28/01 (11F2825-BS1).
.
.
Benzeu
Bromobenzefle
Bronlobenzene
BromochlOrOiflethane
BronlochlOrOlnethafle
le
.BromodichlOrometh8e
.Bromodichlorofltethafle
Bromofotin
Bromofotfll
Bromomethafle
Bromometh2.fle
n.Butylbenzefle
n.Btityibeflzene
secButy1beflZene.
sec.ButylbeflZefle.
tert..Butylbenzefle tertButylbenZene
48.4
49.9
50.2
54.1
54:1
.
10
2,0
2.0
2.0
.NIY
.NIY
13,5TrimethYlbCflZ0fle
l,3,5TrimethYlb8flZ0fle
Vinyl ch1orid
chloride
ug/lcg
ugllcg
.
2.0
20
-. ND.
ND.
- ND
ND
1,1 ,2,2TetraChlOrOeth0fle
,2,2.Tetrachloroe.thane
1,1,2_Tridiloroethane
1,
,l,2_Triclaloroethafle .
Trichl9roethefle
Trichioroethefle
.
TrichlorofluorOmethafle
Teichlorofluoromethafle
2.0
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
--ND
ND
0
ug/kg
uglkg
52.8
528
44.8
50.0
49.6
49,6
47.0
2,0
5.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
P5.0
5.0
5:0
5.0
5.0
5,0
.
ug/lcg
ug/k
ug/k
ug/kj
ugi'kg
uglkg
uglkg.
ug(kg.
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ugñcg
:
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ug/kg
.
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ugkg
.
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
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ugfkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ulkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
'ag/kg
uglkg
'ag/kg
uglkg
- uglkg
.
50.0
50.0
50.0
106
102
103
85-225
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
5Ô.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
96.8
99.8
100
75-130
75-130
108
108
75-135.
55-130
106
89.6
100
99.2
94.0
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70-140
65-140
75-130
80-135
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VOLATILE ORGANCS by GCIMS.(EPA 5030B/8260B)
Reporting
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Spike
Level
Units
%REC
Source
Result %REC Limits RPD
Restilt
RPD
Limit
ata
Qualifiers
Batch:T1F2,825
TlF2B2S Extracted:
Eetracted: 06/28/01
Batch
LCS Analyzed: 06128/01 (11F2825-BSI)
CarbontetrCh1Oride
Carbontettachloride
Chlorobenzezte
Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane
Chioroethane
Chlorofocm
Chlorofocn'
Chloromethafle
Chloromethane
2hioroto1Uefle
2.Chlorotoluene
4.Chlorotoluene
Dibromocli)oTCmCthaflC
Dibromocliloromethafle
1Z.Dibromo3_ch1OrOProPafle
i,Z.Dibromo3ChlOrOPt0Pafle
1,2.Dibromocthane
1,2.Dibromocthafle (EDB)
(EDB)
DibromomethaZe
Dibromomethatle
.
l,2.DichlorobeflZefle
12.Dich1orobeflZefle
13Dich!orobenze0ie ...
1,3Dich!orobenze0ie
1,4Dichlorob0uzene
1,4Dichlorobe1Zene
Dichlorodifluoromethafle
Dichlorodifluolomethafle
.
.
i,l-Dichloroetbattc
1,1-Dichioroetbanc
1,.ich1oroethafle
1,2.Dichlbrcethafle
1,1-Dichldroethefle
llDich1àrocthefle
cis.1,2D1chlorQethefle
cis.1,2-Dichloroethefle
trans.1,2.Dichlcwoethefle
trams.1,2-Dichloroethefle
1,2.DichlprOpropafle
12.DichloroprOPatte
1,3-Dichloropropane
1,3.Dichlorçpropane
.
Z2_Dichloroptopafle
2,2Dich1oroprOPafle
1,1-Dichloropropene.
11_Dich1oroJsroPefle.
cis_13_Dich1or0PrOPéfle
cis_1,3-Dichior0prOPfle
tans_13_DichIoropr0pfle
s_133_DichIor0Pr0Pne
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Ethylbenzene '
Hexachlorobutadielle
lsopropylbenzene
'lsopropylbenzene
p.Isopropyltoluene
p.lsopropyltoltlefle
Methylenechloride
Methylene
chloride
Naphtha)ene
Naphthalene
n-Propylbenzefle
n.Propylbenzene
Styrene
1l1,2.Tetrach1oroethafle
1,1,1,2.Tetrachloroethane
1,12,2.TetrachloroethaTle
1,1,2,2.TetrachloroethaTle
.
50.2
50.2
49.5,
49.5.
51.9
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48.0
55.5
1.6
46.7
47.4
46.2
45.6
50.5
492
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50.7.
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.
.
48.0
50.4
50.6"
50.6
55.9
44.2
47.2
52.8
53.6
50.7
50,7
47.5
49,1
49.1
45,6
50.1
45.0
51.0
52.6
52.7
55.7
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5.0
44.8
48.4
.
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ug/kg .
uglkg
uglkg
ugfkg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
iiglkg
ugfkg
5.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
49.8
51.8
48.5
.
5.0
5o
'5.0
2.0
.5.0
,5.0
ug/lcg
2.0
2.O
. ug/kg
uglkg
ugl'kg
ug(kg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ugfkg
ugi'kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
2.0
2:0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0 .
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2.0.
ug/kg
ug/k
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ug/kg
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ug/kg
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ug/kg
ug/kg
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ug/kg
2.0
ug/lg
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2.0
2.0
5.0
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2.0
ug/kg
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2.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
.50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
.50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0.
50.0
5,Q
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50,0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0.
50.0
50;0
50:0
50.0
50.0
50.0
96.0
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70-160
75-130
65-135
75-130
45-130
75-130
80-130
70-140
70-140
50-145
60-145
65-135
75_j3Q
75430
75-130
75-139
80-125
10-140
75-135
15-135
65-140
70-145
70-130
75-140
101
l0I
..75-130
75-10
.99.6
104
97.0
100
89.6
96.8
99.0
99.0'
104
96.0
111
103
934
94
.
94.8
92.4
91.2
101
98.4
101
112
88.4
94.4
106
107
101
95.0
98.2
91.2
100
90.0
102
50.O
50.O
105
50.0
.50.0
lOS
105
lii
111
'
65-140
75-150
75-140
65-135
65-140
75-135
75-150,
75-150
80-135
75-130
75-13
70-125
50-145
80-135
75-140
75-135
75-135
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Analyte
Reportiiig
Reporting
. Limit
Result
Spike
Level
.
Units
. %REC
Result %REC Limits RPD
Resutt
Source
RPD
Limit.
Limit.
Data
Qualifiers
Extracted: 06/2810!
06/28/01
Batch' 11
Batch
11 P2825 Extrocted:
LCS An1yze'd:
06/28101 (11F2825-BSI)
AnalyzethO6I2$101
Tetrachloroethefle
Tetracbloroethene
Toluene
1,2,3.Trichlorobenzefle
I,2,3.Trichlorobenzefle
l,2,4TrlchIorobenzene
1,2,4TricjoIdrobeflzene
1, 1,
1, 1_TrichlorOethane
ITrichIoroethRne
l,l,2Trich1oroethane
lj2-Tiichloroethafle
Thchloroetllefle
Trichloroetbene
TrichlorofluOromethafle
TrichlorOflUOromethane
1,2,3_TrichIorOprOPa.fle
l,2,3_TrichlOrOprOPa.ne
l,2;4.TrimethylbeflZefle
l,2;4.TrimethYlbenzene
1,3,5_Triinethylbenzene
1,3,5.Tiimethylbeflzefle
Vinyl chloride
o-Xylene
m,p-Xyleñes
m,p-Xylefles
Surrogate Dthro,nqflUOrOIflethWlC
Surrogate:
DibroinOflUOrOfletha11e
Surrogate: 7'oluene-d8
Surrogate:
4_Bramofluoróbehzefle
Surrogate: 4_Bromo.fluorObehzefle
53.5
".5
47.2
45.6
48.0
48,0
48.3
52.0
47,3
.7.3
55.7
.53.2.
53.2
50.5
l,4Dichtorobenzene
l,4Dichtorobenzcne
1,1-Dichloroethane
l,l-Dichloroethafle
1,2-Dichioroethafle
1,2Dichloroethane
1I 1-Dichloroethçfle
1-Dichloroethene
Ethylbenzene
Ethylbenzefle
Naphthalene
Tetrachloroethene
Tetrachloroethefle
Toluene
Trichloroethefle
Trichloroethene
Vinyl chloride
c"Xylene
c-Xylene
n,p-Xylenes
in,p-Xylenes
uglkg
ugñg
uglkg
ug/kg'
ug/kg
ug/kg
.2.0
uglkg
uglkg
uglkg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/lcg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug(kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ugi*g
5.0
10
2.0
2.0.
050.7
507
2.0
2.0
.44.3
443
49.8
49.3
5.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
100
53.3
51.0
51.0
52.1
11F2825-MS1
Matrix Spike Analyzed: 06/28!
01. I1F2825-MS1
06/28101.
Benzene
Bromodicllloromethane
BromodiclllorOmethafle
Brornoforin
Chlorohenzene
Chlorohenzeue
Chloroform
Chloroform
Dibroinochloroinethane
Dibroinochloromethafle
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
46.5
.52.6
56.4
49.5
49,5
49.2
49.2
52.5
43.8
49.8
50.2
49.8
48.3
50.2
50.0
50.0
45.4
45,4
45.2
45.2
41.5
47.5
47,5
953
95.3
uglkg
.
50.0
500
107
50.0
50.0
50.0
30.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
.50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0.
50.0
50.0
.944
.4.4.
91.2
96.0
96.6
104
94.6
Ill
111
.
106
.
101
775-130
5-130
75-130
50-140
70-130
75-140
.. 65-130
65-130
75-130
55.445
55145
60-140
80-130
101
83.6
88.6
99,6
996
100
100
050,0
50.0
107
102
50.0
50:0
50.0
.104
104
80-135.
45-140
75-130
75-130
75-135
85-125
80-120
80-120.
Source 1KF0951-01
Source:
1KF0951-01
5.0
5.0
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
.ug/kg
ug/kg
2.0
ugg
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
.5.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
tog/kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug'kg
ug&g
ug/kg
tog/kg
ugIkg
tog/kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug&g
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug&g
ug/kg
ug&g
ug/kg
50,0
50.0
ND
93,0
93.0
ND.
105
105
50.0
50,0
50.0
50.0
50.0 .
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0.
50.0
50.0
50.0
50,0
50.0
50.0
ND
ND
100
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..ND
ND
ND
NJ
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND.
ND
N
ND
1)3
113
99.0
98.4
105
87.6
99.6
100
99.6
96.6
100.
100
. ND
N
Np
90.8
ND
83.0
95.0
95.0
95.3
ND
N])
ND
904
45-140
75-140
55-150
75-135
75-140
75.14:0
70-140
80-145
70-150
70-iSO
65-145
65-145
70-165
70-165
55-140
65-175
75-200
75-200
50-140
75-145
45-160
75-150
55-1 60
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Batch:11F2825
Batch
11F2825 Extracted:
Extracted: 06/28/01
.
.
..Surivgale:
Surrogate: Tóluene-d8'
Tóluene-d8
Surrogate: 4*BrornofluorobeflZefle
4*Bromofluorobenzefle
Surrogote:
Source: 1KF0951-0l
ag/kg
ag/kg
S2.4
ag/kg
50.0
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
50.0
50.0
5.00
5.0.0
.
Benzene
Bromodichiorornethafle
BromodiChlOrorl1ethane
Bromoform
clorobenzene
Cjorobeflzefl
Chloroform
DibrornochiotOmethafle
DibrornochiOtOmethafle
1,4Dtc.hloroben2efle
1,4Dkhloroben2ene
.1,IDichloroethane
l,1_Dichloroethane
I ,2_Dichloioethane
,2Dichloioethafle
1,1_DichlorOethcfle
1,l_Dichlotoethene
Ethylbenzene
Naphthalene
Tetrachloroctbefle
1'etrachlorocthefle
Toluene
Tdluene
Trichloroethene
Trichioroethefle
Vinyl chioTide
chloside
o-Xylene
o-Cylene
.
.
m,p-Xylenes
.
.
.
.
.
Sarrogate: DibromofluOroraethane
Surrogate:
DibromofluoQ'nethafle
Surrogate: Toluene-d8
4B ro,nofluorobenzefle
Surrogate: 4_Broinofluorobeflzefle
2.0
2.0
2,0
5.0
5.0
2.0
20
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
.46,2
51
51.9
.9
543.
54.3.
49.3
48.0
51.8
5 ),8
44.9
48.5
49.0
49.0
48.2
48.4
50.6
44.7
443
45.3
41.3
47.5
95.6
540
51.1
52.1
.
2.0
5,0
5.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0.
.
50.0
85-125
a5-12S
80-120
80-120
. 109
.109
. 103
50.0
.50.0
54.4
51.4
(11F2825-MSDI)
Matrix Spike Dup Analyzed:
Analyzed 06/28/01
06/28/01 (lF2825MSD1)
.
Data
Qualifiers
'
'
Matrix Spike Analyzed: 06128/01 (11F2825-MS1).
Surogate: Dibromofluoroiflethafle
Su'rogate:
Dibromafluoroneth0fle
RPD
Limit
RPD
Result.
%RECLimits
Limits RPD
Result %REC
Level
Units
.
105
Source: 1KF0951-01
1KF0951-01
Source
ug/kg .
ug/kg
.ug/kg
.ugfkg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ugkg
ag/kg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ugflcg
ag/kg.
ugfkg.
ag/kg
ugfkg
ugflcg
ag/kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
ND
. ND
ND
ND
50.0.
50.0
50.0
50.0.
.
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
100
ND
ND
. ND
109
98.6
96.0
104
89.8
'1D
970
ND
ND
98.0
ND
ND
ND
.
92.4
104:
98.0
96.4
96.8
101
ND
ND
ND
ND
89.4
90.6
90.6
82.6
ND
ND
95,0
95.0
95.6
.
1.647
45-140 0.647
1.34
75-140
3.79
3,79
55-150
o.4os
75-135 0.405
2.47
75-140
1.34
70-1 40
70-140
80-145 2.48
2.64
70-1 50 2.64
70-150
65-145 2.42
L62
1.62
70-165
55-140 0.207
3..6
36
65-175
1.19
75-200
1.55
50-1 40
50-140
75-145 0.221
0.483
45-160 0,483
75-150 0.00
55-160 0.314
20
20
30
..
.20
2O
20
2.47. 20.
xig/kg
ug/kg
50.0
108
85-1.25
ag/kg
ugllcg
50.0
102
ag/kg
50.0
.50.0
104
8(1420
80-120
80-120
89-120
25
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25:
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.
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25
20
20
40
25
25
20
20
30
20'
20
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06129/nt
Batch:
Ti E2908Bitracted:
Eitracted:06/29/01
Batch: 11E2908
Blank Analy?ed:
Ana1yed: 06/29/01 (11F2908-BLI<1)
:Bromobenzefle
:Brornobenzelie
BrornochlOrolflethafle
Brornochlorolflethafle
BromodichioroTnethane
BromodichlorOTnethafle
.
'
Bromoforin
Brotnomethafle
Brómomethafle
nButyIberizen0
nButylbenzefle
sec.Butylbenzene
sec.Butylbenzefle
tert.Butylbeflzene.
tert?Butylbenzefle.
Carbon tetrachioride
tetrach1orde
ChiorobefiZefle
Chiorobeozene
Chioroethane
Chlorofonn
Chloroform
Chiorornethalie
Chlorornethatte
2_Chlorotoluene
2-Chiorotoluelle
4-Chlorotoluene
4..Chlorotolucrie
libromoth1oromethafle
Dibromoh1or0Iflethafl8
l,2_Dibroñlo_3chlOrOPrQPafle
l,2_Dibrorno3.ChloroPrOPa
l,2.Dibromoethane (EDB)
1,2.Dibromoethafle
(EDB)
-
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
Benzene
.
.
:
.
Dibromomethane
Pibromomethane
1,2_Dichlorobenzefle
1,2_Dipl1l.orObeflZefle
1,3_Dichlorobenzene
1,3_Dichlorobenzefle
l,4Dich1orobenzeflè
1,4_DichlorobenZefle
DichlorodifluOrOtflethane
Dichlorodifluorotflethafle
1,1Dièh1oroeth8ne
1,lDich1oroeth8fle
,2Dichloroetha11.
I ,2DichloroethaflC.
I ,IDiehIoroethene
,I-DichIoroethne
ois_I,2-Diehloroethene
ois-1
.2_Diehloroethefle
- trsns_1,2_DichIorOeth81
trans_l,2Dichloroethefle
I ,2-DichloroproPafle
,2DichIoroproPan
I ,3-Dichloroproparle
L3_Dichloropropafle
2,2Dichloropropafle
2,2.Dich)oropropafle
1,l-DichloroproPefle
1,1-DichloroproPene
cis_1,3Dich1oropropefle
cis_1,3_DichIorOpTOPefle
tcns.113.DicbIOr0PtOP0ne
ttans1,3Dirb1oroProP0fle
Ethylbeazene
Ethyibenzene
ug/kg
tog/kg
5.0
5.0
2.0
ug/kg.
tog/kg.tog/kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
-
uglkg
tog/kg
5.0
5.0.
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
. ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
Nb
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
NP
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
2.0
5.0
5.0:
5.0
5.
2.0
5.0
.
.2.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0.
2.0
2.0
2.0.
5.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
.2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
uglkg
tog/kg
ug&g
tog/kg
-
uglkg
ug/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
tog/kg
tog/kg
ug/kg
ugg
tog/kg
uglkg
tog/kg
uglkg
tog/kg
tog/kg
rig/kg
uglkg
rig/kg
ukg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug&g
ugfkg
0
ug/lcg
tog/kg
ug/kg
rig/kg
ugilcg
ugilcg
tog/kg
rig/kg
ug/kg
ug/'kg
ug/kg
tog/kg
uglkg
log/kg
.ig/kg
ugfkg
ugAg
ug/k
rig/kg
.uglkg
tog/kg
ug/kg
rig/kg
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Limit
Result
Analyte
. %REC
%REC
Spike Source
Level Resnit %REC Limits RPD
-.
Units
RPD
Limit.
Data
Qualifiers
tch
tch:11F2908
11F2908Fxtracted:
Fxtracted:06129101
06129/01
Blank Analyzed:
Analyzed:06(29/01
06/29/01(11F2908-BLK1)
(iiF2908-BLK1)
Hexachlorobvtadiefle
Isopropytbeozene
Isopropylbenzene
p-isopropyltoluene
-isopropylto1uene
Methylene chloride.
Naphthalene.
n.Propylbcnzen
n.Propylbciizens
..
Styrene
1,1,1
,2-TetrachlOrOethafle
l,l,1,2-Tetrachloroethafle
I,l,2,2Tetrachloroeth0fle
l,l,22Tetrach1oroethafle
Tetrachloroethefle
Tetrachlorcethene
Toluene
.
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzelle
I ,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
l,2,4Tiich1orobenzene
1 ,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
L,1,1-Trichloroethane
L,I,1-Trichloroethane
I 1,2-Trichiotoethafle
1
,I,2-Trichloroethane
'
.
Trichioroethene
Trichiorcethette
Trichlorofluoromethafle
l,2,3.Trichlorop!opane
l,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
1,2,4-Trimethylbeozene
1,3,5-TrirnethylbenZcne
1,3,5-TrirnethylbenZene
Vinyl ch!oride
o.Xylene
o-Xylene
rn,p-Xylenes
m,p-Xylenes
Surrogate: DibroraofluorOlflethafle
Surrogate:
Dibroraofluoromethafle
Toluene-d8
Swrogate: T6luene-d8
Swrogate:
Surrogate; 4-Bromofluorobeflzene
Surrogate:
4-Btomoftuorobeflzene
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.
5.0
2.0
NI)
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
NI)
ND
ND
:2.0
ND
5.O
. ND
. ND
NI)
ND
. ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
NI)
Nt?
NI)
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
2.0
2.0
.:. 2.0
.:
ug/kg
tigikg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/lcg
uglkg
ug/lcg
ug/kg
uglkg
uglkg
uglkg
ug/kg
.
2.Q
2.)
20
5.0
2.0
2.0'
2.0.
5.0
.
ND
ND.
ND
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
10
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
uglkg.
ug&g
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ig/lcg
ig/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ugllcg
uglkg
ug/kg
ugikg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/Icg
:
45.8
495
'
46.0
LCS Analyzed: 06129(01
06/29(01 (I1F908-BS1)
(I1F908-BS1)
Benzenc
Broniobenzene
Bromochioromethane
Bromochloromethane
Bromodichloromethafle
.Bromodtchloromethafle
Bromofomi
Bromoform
Brornomethane
n-Butylbenzelte
n-Butylbenzene
sec-Butylbenzene
sec-Butylbeozene
tei-t-Butylbenzene
tert.Butylbenzene
54.7
.
53.1
50.4
.51.2
49.5
56.0
50.6
52.2
50.9
'
50
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uWkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
5.0
ugkg
2.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
50
5.0
5.0
.
.
50.0
50.0
.
97.6
85-125
99.0
80-120
80-120
50.0
92.0
50.0
109
106
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
101
.
102
99.0
1
l2
112
101
104
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:
.
102
.75-130
75-130
75-130
70-140
75-135
55-130
65-140
75-130
80-135
75-130
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Units
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RPD
%REC
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Source .
Source
Spike
Level
Data
Qualifiers
06129/01'
xtrncted: 06/29/01
xtrncted:
Batch: 11 F2908
LCS Analyzed: 06/29101 (11F2908-BSI)
tetrachloride
Carbon teirachloride
Chlorobenzene
.
.Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane.
Chioroethane.
Chloroform
Chioromethane
2Ch1oroto1uene
2Ch1orotoluene
'4-Chlórotoluene
4-Chlórotoluene
Dibroiilochldromethafle
Dibrornochl&omethafle
I1,2._Dibrómo.3.ChloroProPane
,2,_Dibrómo.3.ChIOrOPrOPafle
l,2.Dibrornoethafle
(8DB)
1,2.Dibrorxioethane(EDB)
Dibromomethafle
l,2.Diehlorobenzene
I,2.DiehlorobenZefle
1l,3_Dichlorobenzene
,3Dic11loro,benzCne . .
l,4_Dichlorobenzene
1
,4DichlorobenZefle
DiclilorodifltlOrOmethafle
Dichlorodifluorotnethafle
l,l_Dichloroethahe
l,i_Dichloroetllaioe
1,2.Dichloroethafle
1,2-Dichioroethane
'l,L_Dichlbroetllene
l,L_Dichlôroethene
cis.1,2-Dichloroethefle
cis-1,2-Dichioroethene
trans-.1 ,2-Dichloroethene
trans-i,2-Dichloroethefle
1,2_)Dchloropropane
I ,2-DichloroprOPafle
1,3_Dichioropropafle
l,3_Dich1oropropafle
2,2-DichIoropropafle
2,2-DichioroprOpafle
1,1-DichloroprOpelle
l,l-Dichloropropelle
cis-1,3-DichloropropetlS
cis-1
,3-Dichloropropetle
5.0
5.0
2:0
20
59.6
54.2
54,2
49.9
.
5.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
.5.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
2:0
. 2.0
.
2.0
50.8
50.8
43.8
43.8
50.0
50.7
51.2
36.0
.
.
.2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
'5.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0.
2,0.
51.1
51.1
52.5
51
.
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
50,9
50.9
56.7
56.7.
43.0
43,0
50,4
50.3
50,3
45.9
34.7
52.6
56.5
56.5
58.5
58.5
44.6
44,6
frans_l,3_DichloTOprQpefle
trans.L3.DichloroproPefle
Ethylbenzene'
Ethylbenzene
Hexaclilorobutadiefle
1-lexacltlorobutadiene
Isopropylbenzene
lsopropylbenzene
p-Isopropyltoluene
p-Isopropyltoluefle
Methylene chloride
Naphthalene
n-Propylbenzene
Styrene
1,l,l,2-Tetrachloroethafle
1,1,1
,2.Tetrachloroethalle
l,1,2,2-Terachloroethafle
1,1
,2,2.Tetrachloroethafle
.
5.0
5,0
2.0
2.0
2,0
20
5.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
'ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg.
ug/kg.
ukg
ui/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
.
20
46.7..
46.7.
50.1
50.1
49.9
51.6
51.6'
53.6
51.0
46.8
44.2
51.7
47.9
5.4
52.4
46.0
46.0.
49.4
.
.
.
uglkg
ug/kg
'ug/lcg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/lcg
ug/kg
ag/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ugfkg
ag/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg'
ug/kg
ag/kg
tog/kg
ug/lg
ug/kg
ag/kg
tog/kg
ag/kg
'ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
'ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
'ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
tlg/kg
hg/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.Q
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0'
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
. 50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50,0
50.0
50.0
50.0
.50.0
.50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
500
50,0
50.0
50:0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
87.6
100
101
101'
70460
70-160
75-130
65-135
75-130
45-130
75430
75-130
80-130
102
70440
70140
119
çjg
108
99:8
102
.
.
50-145
60-145
60445
65-135
100
75-130
99.8
75-130
103
80-125
107
107
10-140
102
i(Z
75-135
93.6
65-140
88.4
70-145
103
103
70-130
95.8
los 75-140
'105
:75-130
92:0 .75430
92.0
65-140
98.8
75-150
102
75440
75-140
102
65-135.
105
65440
65-140
102
113 ' 75-135
75-150
86.0
80-135
' 101
101
75-130
75-130
101
lot'
70-125
91.8 . 70-125
50-145
69.4
80-135
105
75-140
113
117
117 ' 75-135
70-135
89.2
72.0:
72.0.
93.4
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RPD
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J1F2908 'Extracted: 06/29/01
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1 (11F2908-BSI)
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-
Tetrachloroethene
Tetrachloroethefle
59.3
Toluene
l,2,3_Trichiorobenzete
l,2,3_Trichiorobenzene
112,4_'trichlorobenzene
1,2,4.'rrichlorobenzene
ht,l_Trichloroethafle
ht,l-Trichloroethafle
'l,t,2-Trichloroethan.e
l,h2-Trichloroethane
Trichioroethene
Trichiorofluoronlethafle
Trichiorofluoronlethane
11213.Trichloropropane
l2,3_Tñchloropropane
l,2,4-Trimethy1benzfle
1,2,4.Ttimcthy1benzfle
i,3,5.Trimethylbenzefle
i,3,5-Trimethylbenzefle
Vinyl chloride
o.Xylene
m,p-Xylenes
rn,p-Xylenes
Surrogate: Dbron*ofluoromethafle
Surrogate:
Dbron:ofluoromethafle
Surrogate: Toluene-d8
Surrogate: 4-Bromofihiorobeazefle
Suirogate:
4-Bromoflüorobenzefle
54.6
41.3
45.8
53.4
46.2
50.6
50.3
. 384
.38.4
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/k
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
. 2.0
5.0
10
2.0
20
51.7
56.4
.. 56.4
56.5
2.0.
5.0
5.0
118
2.0
2.0
47.0
49.9
49.2
ug/Icg
ugllcg
-
. uglkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ugi*g
ug'g
.
Chlo,robenzene
Chloroform
chloroform
Dibràmochloromethafle
Dibrmoch1oromethaI1e
1,4-Dichlorobenzefle
1,1-Dichloroethane
1,2-Dichioroethane
'l,l-Dichloroethene
1,1-Dichloroethene
Ethylbenzene
Napbthalene
Tetrachloroethene
Toluene
Trichioroethene
Trichioroothene
Vinyl chloride
.
o-Xylene
o-Xyiene
m,p-Xylenes
15.130
75-130
75-130.
119
-'109
109
82.6
50-140
70-130
75-140
107
92.4 .. 65-130
92.4
65-130
75-130
tOt
55-145
101
60-140
76.8
80-130
100
100
80-135
103
113
45-140
0113
75.
130
313
75.130
75-135
118
118
85-125
94.0
'94.0
80-120
89-120
99.8
80-120
98.4
98.4'
91.6
.
0
Source: IKFO787-07
1KF0781-07
Matrix Spike Analyzed: 06/29/01. (11F2908-MSI)
8enzene
.
Bromodichloromethane
Brornoform
Bromofbrm
50.3
50.0
50,0
50.0
.. 50.0
0.0
0.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
:50M
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
100
SILO
50.0
SILO
50.0
50.0
55.9
51.7
2.0
2.0
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
51.1
5,0
5.0
52.9
51.7
51.1
53.5
53.5
49.7
45.6
52.2
55.3
38.9
57.7
55i
55.8
53.4
58.9
55.8
2.0
2.0
115
2.0
2,0
ag/kg
ugkg
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug!kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
ug/kg
ag/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
uglkg
ag/kg
ug/kg
uglkg
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
2,0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
20
50.0
50.0
50.9
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50,0
50,0
50.0
50.0
50,0
100
ND
ND.
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND .
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND.
ND
.
112
103
102
102
106
103
102
107
99.4
91.2
104
111
77.8
. 115
115
1112
[2
107
IL
112
115
.
45-140
45-140
75-140
55-150
75-135
15-135
75-140
70-140
80-145
70-150
65-145
70-165
55-140
65-175
75-200
75-200,
50-140
75-145
15-145
45-160
75-10
55-160
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-
-
(EPA 5030B18-260B)
5030B18260B)
VOLATILE ORGANICS by GC/MS (EPA
Result
.
Analyte
Rportlng
Reporting
Limit
.
: %REC
-.- RPD
Spike Source
Level Result %REC Limits RPD Limit
Units
-
.
Sampled: .06122/01
Report
Number - 1KF0951
ReportrNumbt1KF095'l'
-
(949) 251-1022
201-1022 FAX (949) 261-1228
261-1225
970-1046
(909) 30-4687
370-4587 FAX (909)
(5*9) 970-1045
(918)779-1844 FAiC(819)779-1B43
(818)779-1844
FAjC(818)779-1B43
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(480)785-0943
785-0851
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Data
Qualifiers
Batch: 11F2908 ETtracted:
ETtracteth 06/29/01
Sourcei}CF07S7O7
Source:1KF078707
0612g1o1. (11F2908-MS1)
(11F2908-MS1)
Matrix Spike Analyzed: 0612g101
Mstrix
Surrogate: DibromoflUbr0fl1etha
Surrogate:
DibroInoflUbrOflleIhafle
Surrogate: Toluene-d8Toluene-d8
Surrogate: 4_BrornofluOrObeflzefle
Surrogate:
4_Brornofluorobeflzefle
.
ug/kg
ug//cg
46.8
- 49.8
ug/kg
ug/kg
48.0
48.0
Beuzene
Bromodiellloromethafle
BromodicltlOrOTflethafle
Bromofoflu
Bromofoflfl
Chjorobeczefle
Chlorobeczefle
Chlörofornl.
Chlörofonn
DibrornoChlotOmethatic
DibromoCh1otomethate
1,4-Dich1or0benZ1'
I ,4-Dichi0tObeflZfl
1,1_Dichloroethafle
1,l_Dichloroethafle
1,2-Dichioroethafle
1,2.DichlorOelhafle
55.3
.
.
-:
.
LL_Dichloroetbefle
1,1_Dichloroetbefle
- Ethylbenzene
Naphthal5fle
Naphthal6fle
TetraclllorOethefle
TetraclilorOethefle
Toluene
Trichioroethefle
Trichloroetheue
Vinyl èhioride
èhloride
o.Xylehe
o-Xylehe
nl,p-Xylenes
nl,p-Xyienes
.
DibrornofluOrOmethone.
Surrogate: DibrornofluotomethafleSurrogaIe
Surrogate: Toluene-d8
Toluene.d8
Surrogate: 4_Bro,noflUOrObeflzefle.
Strrogate:
4_Bro,noflUorObeflzefle.
.
51.7
50.1 52.7
52.3
50.3
52.7
50.L
50.1
4.4.3
44.3
53.7
55.0
36.6
57.5
57,5
.
-
:
-
60;3
555
55.5
-
.
.
-
4,.4
48:4
ug/kg
ug&g
uglkg
ug/kg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ug,'kg
ug/kg
..ug/kg
ugfkg
ug/kg
ugfkg
uglkg.
ugfkg.
ug/kg
uglkg
ug/kg
ugfkg
ug/tcg
pg/kg
2.0
46.6
49.5
.9.5
ug1ig
ugt'kg
ug!kg .
ug!kg.
ug/k
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
2.Q
55.4
55.6
113
ug&g
ug/kg
- 2.0
5.0
5.0 .
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.O
2.0
5.0
-2.0
2.0
5.0
2.0
2,0
2.0
2.0.
2.0
5.0
2.0
.
.
50.0
50.0
50.0
85-125
80-120
80-120
80.120
.93.6
-
.99.6
96.0
-Source:
Source:U(F078'1-07
fl(F0787-07
11'2908MSlM)
06/29/01 (1l12908-MSDl)
Matrix Spike Dup Analyzed: 06/29/01
.
.
-
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
50.0
50.0
50.0
50:0
ND
ND
50.0.
ND
ND
ND
50.0
5c$.0
50.0
50.050.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
..
. ND
-
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
'ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
10
500
511.0
.
ND
50.0 50.0.
50.0
50.0
50,0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
i.os .: 20
45-140 1.08
20
20
0.00
75-140
103
103 30
55.150 1.98
100
20
.20
75-135 . 0.379
105
20
1.15
75.140
75-140
105
- 25
1.58
70-140
101
25
1.51
80-1 45
80-145
105
20
0.802
0.802
70-1
50
70-150
10O
tOO
25
65-i 45 2.89
65-1
88.6
20
2.0
70-165 2.83
107
20
0.544
.55-140
110
110
40
6.09
-65-175
65-175
73;2
73.2
25
0.347 25
115. 75-200 0.347
20
Iii 50-140 0.719 20Ill
20
4.04
75-145
111
lii
30
2.35
2.35
45.160
12L
121:
20
75-150 0.539
lii 75.150
ill20
201.75
55-160
113
85-1.25
93.2
80-120
99.0
80-120
96.8
96.8,
111
111
-
-
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ValleyAThambra
Ahambra
Project
049065A
04-9065A
.Enviroh-ItVifle
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Street, 9th Floor
.0.10.
Main Street,
Floor
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Sampled: 06/22/01
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METALS
Result
Result.
Analyte
Reporting
Limit
Jnits
. 0.020
'mg/kg
mg/kg
RPD
°hREC
%REC
Source
Spke
Spike Source
LimU
Level Result %REC Limits RPD -. Limit
Data
Qualifiers
Qualiflers
06/26/01
patch. Ti F2635 Extracted: 06/26/01
patch;
Blank Analyzedt 06/26/01 (11F2635-BLKI)
Mercury
ND
D
.
11F2635-BS1)
LCS Analyzed:
.LCS
Analyzed; 06/26/01 I1E2635-BS1)
0.837
Mercury
0.020
-
.
.
0.020
0.985
0.98
.
06/26/01 (lt'F2635-1SD1)
(ltF2635-MSD1) .
Matrix Spike
Spike p.upAtialyZed:
pupAiialyzd: 06/26/01'
Mercury
'
.
-.
.
l3atch; flF2642
,l3atch:
flF2642 Pxtrected:-0/26fOF
Pxtrected;.0/26/0F
.
..
mg/kg
0.800
.
..
'85-120
85-120
Source: -1KF0933-09,
1KF0933-09.
Source:
118., 65-135
118.
0.044
ö.044
0.800 . O.044
0.800
mg/kg
..
105
Source: 1KF0933-09
.
0.020
0.880
0.880
0.800
0.800'
.
Matrix Spike
Spike Ad
Analyzed:
alyzed: 06/26/01 (11F2635-MSI)
(11F2635MS1)
Merculy.
mg/kg'
mg/kg
104
6-135
11.3
20
.
Blank Analyzed:
AuaIyzed 06126/01
06/26/01 (1iF2642-BLK1)
(1iF2642-BLK1)
Antirty.
Antimony.
ND
ND
ND
NI)
ND
ND
- ND
ND
ND
,ND'
ND
ND
ND
ND.
ND.
ND'
ND
Arsenic.
Arsenic'.
ariurnBarium
Betyfliunt
Betyfliuni
Cadmium
Chromium
Cobalt
'Copper
Copper
Lead
Molybdenum
Nickel
Selenium .
Siivór
Silver
Thallium. '
Thallium.
Titanium
Vanadium
Vanadhim
Zinc -
.
'NI)
ND.
- ND
ND
ND
ND
'
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mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
'mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
tag/kg
'mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
10
2.0
1.0
:
0.50
0,50
0.50
'
10
1:0
-
10
10
1.0
1.0
2,0
2.0
2.0.
2.0.'
.
1.0
2.0
1.0
1.010
2.0
2,0
1.0
5.0
',
mg/kg
mg/kg
'mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
-
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Sampled: 06/22/01
.. Sainpled:
Received .062101
Received
062101
METALS
Reporting
Limit.
Result
Analyte
Units
RPD
%REC
: RPD
LImit
Result %REC Limits'
Limits RPD Llmt
Source
Spike
Level
Pata.
Qualifiers
Batch? 1W2642
T1F2642 Extracted:
Extracted: 06126101
Batch
LCS Analyzed: 06/26/01 (flF2642-BSI)
41,0
41.0
45.3
45.2
45.6
45.6
Antimony
Aotimony"
.
AtseniO
Aosenio
Barium
Beiyllium
Cadmium
chromium
Chromium
'Cobalt
Cobalt
Copper
Lead
Lcad
Molybdenum
Nickel
Selenium
Silver
Thallium
Titanium
Vanadium
2.0
.
1.0
0.50
0;50
O;50
1.0
44.8
44,8
44.3
45.5
Zinc..
Zinc.
l.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
2.0:
.
46,4
46.4
44.9
.43.8
43.8
44.6
23.1
23.1'
'
43.1
10
46.8
45.9
47.2
2.0
'
.
Arsenic
Barium
Bariun'
Brylliuin
Bryl1iinn
.
.
Cadmium
'Chromium
Chromium
Cobalt
Copper
Lead '
Lead'
Molybdenum
Nickel.
'
Selenium
Silver
Thallium
Titanium
Vanadium
Zinc
.
1.0
1,0
5.0
.
45.0
45.0
2,0
2.0
111
1-lI
1.0
84.6
89.1
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
1.0
1.0
1.0
10
1.0
'
mg/kg.
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
ig/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg:I
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.O
50.0
50.0
.50.0
50.0
25.0
50.0
50,0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
.
.
. 94.0
90.6
90:4
80-120
80-120
80-120
91291.2 .. 80-120
80-120
91.2
.
89.6.
89.6,
88.6
91.0
92.8'.
92.8.
89.8
87.6
89.2
92.4
86.2
93.6
91.8
.
94.4
80-120
80-120
80-120
80-120
80-120
80-120
60-120
80-120
80.120
80-120
80-120
80-120
80-120
Source: 1KF0956-01
22.1
1010
.
.
1.0
2.0
. 1.0
10
44.4
. 44.2
63.8
48.8
62.9
50.4
41.0
56.6
.43.7
22.4
45.2.
45.2
.
.
2.0
(11F2642MS1)
06I26I01 (UF2642-MS1)
Matrix Spike Analyied: 06I26I0]
Antimotiy
AntimouY
mg/kg.
10 '
2,0
2.0
2.0
1.0
2.0
1.0
10
2.0
1,0
1.0
5.0
'
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg .
mg/kg.
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kgmg/kg
mg/kg
tug/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kg
uig/g
mg/kg
' mg/kg
mg/kg
mg/kgmg/kg'
50.0
50.0
50.0
soo
50:0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.a
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
25.0
50.0
50.0
'50.0
50.0
50.0
ND .
60
ND
1.5
16
16
6.5
16.
6.1
ND
14
ND
ND
ND
630
29
45
75-125
.75-125
75-125
102
75-125
88.8
75-125
85.4
75-125
95.6
75-125
84.6
93.8
93.8 .. 75-125
75-12.5
75-125
88.6
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Exhibit D
ENVIRON
October 15, 2002
Mr. J.T. Liii, P.E.
Mr. David Young
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
Los Angeles Region
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90013
Re:
Monitoring
Request for Post-Remecliation
Post-Remediation Monitoring
4900 East Valley
Valley J3oulevard
Boulevard
Los Angeles, California (SLIC No. 967)
Dear Messrs. Liii
Liu and Young:
Enclosed please.
findthe
theThird
ThirdQuarter
Quarter2002
2002ground
groundwater
waternionitpring
inonitpringreport
reportfor
for4900
4900East
EastValley
Valley
please find
Boulevard,
BouIevard, Los Angeles, California (Site).
On October 8, 2002, Dr. George Linkletter, Bita Tabatabai, and Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian of ENVIRON
International Corporation (ENVIRON) met with you, as representatives from the California
Regional Water Quality Control Board - Los Angeles Region (Regional Board), at the Site to
review the history of chemical use at the Site and prior site characterization activities, and to discuss
the status of remedial activities.
As discussed at the meeting, the 2PHASETM Extraction system used to treat volatile organic
compounds
in soil
soil and ground water at the Site has been very
in ground
compounds (VOCs)
(V005) in
veiy effective. VOCs
VOCs.in
ground
water have decreased from concentrations of upwards of 4,800 micrograms per liter (p.g/l) of
tetrachioroethene, the primary VOC constituent at the Site, to near or below its maximum
contaminant level of 5
S p.g/l,
jig/i, as
as established
established by
by the
the United
United States
States Enviroiimental
Environmental Protection Agency.
At the conclusion of the meeting, we requested, and you verbally agreed, that we be allowed to shut
down the 2PHASETM Extraction system and to commence ground water monitoring to evaluate
VOC rebound effects, if any. The system was shut down in your presence at approximately 2:00
p.m. on October 8, 2002. ENViRON
ENVIRON has
has tentatively
tentatively scheduled
scheduled the
the Fourth
Fourth Quarter
Quarter 2002
2002 ground
ground
water monitoring event for the first week of December 2002. As you requested, ENVIRON will
notify the Regional Board of the exact date, approximately one week in advance, once it has been
scheduled.
Wihhiri Roukvard
Roulevard
707 Wil,hir
Suite4950
Suite
4950. Los
. lmAngeles.
Aii1e. CzIiFonia
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90017 Tel:
Tel: (213)
(23) 943-6300
943-6300
www.cnvironcorp.com
Fax: (213) 943-6301
Messrs. J.T. Liu and David Young
October 15, 2002
the, presence of chlorinated
On behalf of the entities that have assumed the task of addressing the.
solvents in the soil and ground water at the Site, we wish to restate our appreciation for your prompt
attention to our request for a meeting to review the recent efforts to complete the remediation of this
Site. As you can see from the monitoring data, it appears that we are very close to the point at
which we will request closure, and we will further appreciate the Regional Board's expedited review
of
ofiiture
futuresubmittals
submittals in
in anticipation
anticipation of
of achieving
achievingaaccclosure
ccC1o5e status.
status.
Very truly yours,
6,+
George 0. Linkletter,
Linldetter, Ph.D., R.G. (No. 3728)
Principal
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Bita
Bita Tabatabai,
Tabatabai, P.E.
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Copy: Mr. Robert Anderson, Leggett & Platt
Ms. Joan Dorinellan, L1and,
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LLP
Mr. Gary Herman, S.D. Herman Co., Inc
Exhibit E
-----Original Message
Message----From: Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 9:21 AM
To: David Young'
Cc: Ju-Tseng Liu; George Linkletter; Bita Tabatabai
Subject: RE: Work Plan for Valley Alhainbra Property
David, we will analyze the soillgw samples by 8260B instead of 8021B.
Historical soil samples have been analyzed by 8260B. However, please
note
note that
that the
the quarterly
quarterly gw
gw samples
samples have
have been
been historically
historically analyzed
analyzed by
by
8021B. Therefore, there could be some discrepancies in the gw samples
results now between the 8021B and 8260B.
we are trying to arrange the sampling activities for next thursday the
18th. 1 will let you know once it gets finalized.
thanks.
Original
Original Message
From: David
David Young
Young[mai1to:[email protected]}
[mailto:dyoungrb4.swrcb.ca.gov]
Sent Tuesday,
Sent:
Tuesday, December
December 09, 2003 4:17 PM
PM
To: [email protected]
Cc: Ju-Tseng Liu
Subject: Work Plan for Valley Aihambra
Alhambra Property
Pmperty
Hi
Hi Eddie,
I reviewed the Work Plan for Confirmation Soil Sampling and Final Round
of
of Ground
Ground Water
Water Sampling
Sampling at
at Valley
Valley Alhanibra
Alhanibra Property,
Property, dated
dated December
December 3,
3,
2003.
2003. The
The only
only comment
comment1I have is with
with regard
regard to
to analysis
analysis for
for VOCs.
VOCs.Due
Due
to the nature of this sampling event (confirmation sampling for site
closure), VOCs should be analyzed in both soil and ground
gmund water by EPA
Method 8260B. This analytical method covers a broader range of analytes,
which is helpful information in determining if the site is eligible for
closure. Other than this issue, everything else appears appropriate.
Please let me know when you are planning on doing the proposed work so I
can arrange my schedule to be there. Thanks, and let me know if you have
any questions.
David A. Young
Engineering Geologist
Engineering
Site Cleanup II
(213) 576-6744
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facing.Californiaisisreal.
real.Every
Eveiy Californian
Californian
needs to take immediate action to reduce energy consumption***
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Exhibit F
From:
Eddie Arslanian
To:
'Ju-Tseng Liu'; 'David Young'
Cc:
Bita Tabatabai; George Linkletter
Sent: Fri 1/16/2004 4:04 PM
VaIley-Alhaxnbra: Confiñnaiiôn
Confiñnätión Soilañd
Soilañd Ground Water Sampling
Subject:
Subjecr Valley-Alhambra:
Results
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Gentlemen,
As
As mutually
mutually agreed
agreed in
in our
our meeting
meeting on
on November
November 18,
18, 2003,
2003, ENVIRON
ENVIRON conducted
conducted confirmation
confirmation soil
soil
sampling and one final round of ground water sampling at the Site prior to the LARWQCB's issuance of a
"No Further Action" designation for the site. The sampling activities were conducted to evaluate the
presence of
volatile organic
organic compounds
compounds (V005),
(VOCs),ininaddition
additionto
toI1,4-dioxane,
ofvolatile
,4-dioxane, I1,2,3-trichloropropane
,2,3-trichloropropane (1,2,3TCP), Title 22 metals, polychiorinated
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and organochioride
organochloride pesticides.
Ground Water Sample Results
Ground water sampling activities were conducted on December 18, 2003. In summary, VOC
concentrations (PCE, TCE,
I ,2-DCE) were
were consistent
consistent or lower than inconcentrations measured
TCE, ciscis-1,2-DCE)
measured in
in prior
prior
quarters. Detected Title 22 metal concentrations were indicative of background concentrations and below
I ,4-dioxane,
California Maximum Contaminant Levels. Concentrations of 1
,4-dioxane, II ,2,3-TCP,
,2,3-TCP, PCBs,
PCBs, and
and
organochloride pesticides were not found above their respective laboratory reporting limits (RLs). Table I
organochioride
includes historical and recent
recent results
results of
ofVOCs
VOCs found in ground water. Table 2 includes
includes detected
detected Title
Title 22
22
dissolved metals found in ground water.
Soil Sample Results
Confirmation soil sampling activities were conducted on December 22, 2003 and January 6, 2004.
The attached figure shows the locations of the confirmation soil samples approved by the LARWQCB,
ESB-1 and ESB-2. PCE was found at concentrations ranging from below laboratory RLs of 4 micrograms
per kilogram
kilogram (ug!kg)
(ug!kg) to
to 140
140ug/kg
ug/kgatatESB
ESBI-lO'.
1-10'. The concentration
concentration of
of PCE
PCEatatESB
ESBI-12
1-12 was lower at 37
ug/kg. Other
ug/kg.
OtherVOCs
VOCsdetected
detectedincluded
includedtoluene
tolueneatatup
uptoto320
320uglkg,
ug/kg,ethylbenzene
ethylbenzeneup
upto
to19
19 ug/kg,
ug/kg, and
and
xylenes up to 108 uglkg.
ug/kg. Detected
Detected Title
Title 22
22 metal
metal concentrations
concentrationswere
wereindicative
indicativeofofbackground
background
concentrations. Concentrations of I ,4-dioxane, 1
,2,3-TCP, PCBs,
PCBs, and
and organochioride
organochloride pesticides
pesticides were
were not
not
I ,2,3-TCP,
found above their respective laboratory RLs. Table 2 summarizes the analytical data for soil samples.
Based
Based on
on the
the results
results of
of the
the soil
soil and
and ground
ground water
water samples
samples presented
presented herein
herein , ENVIRON recommends
that the LARWQCB issue a "No Further Action" designation for the site. We will submit a full report
including
including all
all laboratory
laboratory analytical
analytical results,
results, data
data validation
validation reports,
reports, and
and figures
figures within
within the
the next
next couple
couple of
of
week.
Upon receiving your verbal authorization,
authotization, ENVIRON will remove the remediation equipment and
abandon the wells from the site. Furthermore, ENVIRON will assist the LARWQCB with preparation of
the Site Closure Form.
Thank you.
<<9065af3n Figure 3.pdf>> <<Table 1.xls>>
<<Table 2.xls>>
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Eddie Arslanian, P.E.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
<<9065af3n Figure 3.pdf>> <<Table 1 .xls>> <<Table 2.xls>> <<Table 3.xls>> <<Table
4.xls>>
Exhibit G
From: Eddie
From:
EddieArslanian
Arsianian
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 11:31 AM
To: 'Ju-Tseng Uu'; 'David Young'
Cc: Bita Tabatabai; George Linkletter
Subject: Status on 4900 Valley Boulevard
Gentlemen,
We would like to inquire about the status of the "No Further Action" request for the site.
Could you please inform us as to when we can expect to receive a response from the Regional
Board? Our client and
and the
the existing
existing tenant
tenant at
at the
the site
siteare
areeager
eagerto
toremove
removethe
theremediation
remediation
equipment and restore
restore the
the site.
site.
Thank
Thank you.
Eddie Arsianian,
Arslanian, P.E.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard,
Bou'evard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
Exhibit H
From:
Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian
To:
'David Young; 'Ju-Tseng Liu'
Cc:
George Linkletter; Bita Tabatabai
Sent: Thu 3/25/2004 6:55
6:55 PM
PM
Subject:
Subject: RE:
RE: Valley
Valley Aihambra
Aihambra Closure
Closure
Attachments:
Attachments: UUCase
Casereview
reviewforin.doc(59KB)
form.doc(59KB)
YiY!±
Gentlemen,
Attached for your review, please find the closure form. If you have any questions, please contact me.
----Original
Original Message
Message
From: David Young [mailto:dvoungrb4.swrcb.ca.goV1
[mailto:dyoungrb4.swrcb.ca.gov1
Sent:
Sent: Tuesday,
Tuesday, February
February 24,
24, 2004
2004 10:55
10:55 AM
AM
To: Eddie Arslanian
Cc: Ju-Tseng Liu
Subject: Valley Alhambra
Aihambra Closure
Closure
Hi Eddie. After talking
talking with
with management
management about
about this
thiscase
casewe
weneed
needthe
thefollowing
followingtotobe
be completed:
completed:
A closure report that summarizes assessment/remediation at the site with a section addressing
results (soil/water).
(soil/water). Within
Withinthis
thissection
sectionprovide
providejustification
justificationofofwhy
whyititisisacceptable
acceptable
confirmation sampling results
to leave 140 uglkg
ug/kg in soil
soil @
@ 10
10 ftft bgs.
bgs. Feel
Feel free
free to
toinclude
includeany
anyother
otherpertinent
pertinent information
information that would
support closing this case.
Submit a case review form (attached) electronically for the Regional Board to review/edit.
Submit 2 hard copies of the closure report as well as an electronic copy, which you can send to my email
address
address (dyoungrb4.swrcb.ca.gov).
(dyoungrb4.swrcb.ca.gov).
Thanks, and call me if you have any questions at (213) 576-6744.
David A. Young
Engineering Geologist
Site Cleanup II
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<<Case review form.doc>>
Exhibit I
Fnm:
From:
Ju-Tseng Liu
Ju-Tseng
LiuFJLmrb4.sWrCb.Ca.gOV1
FJLIUrb4.sWrcb.ca.g0v
To:
Eddie Arsianian
Cc:
David Young
Sent: Wed 6/30/2004 2:07 PM
Afhambra
Subject: RE:Closure Review for Valley Aihambra
Attachments:
i!!' AsAsWeb
Web Pag
Pag
** Reply Requested When Convenient **
Hi Eddie:
Thanks for the email. I have talked
taiked with Dave today and he has begun working on the NFA for Valley
Alhambra. JT
J.T.Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site
Site Cleanup
Cleanup Unit
Unit II
II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gOV
E-Mail:
Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov
>>> "Eddie
"Eddie Arsianian'
Arslanian'<[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 06/30/04 12:59PM>>>
Hello David,
Can you provide me an update on this?
Thanks.
----Original Message
[mailto:JL1U®rb4,swmb.ca.ov1
From: Ju-Tseng Liu [mailto:JL1U®rb4,SWrcb.ca.0V1
Sent:
16,2004
Sent: Wednesday, June 16,
2004 2:02 PM
To: Eddie Arslanian
To:
Cc: David Young
Subject: RE: Review of NFA Forms for two sites
* Reply Requested When Convenient **
Hi Eddie:
will ask
priority brownfield
brownfield site
site closure.
closure. II will
Thanks for your email. Dave Young is now working on another priority
Dave to giveyou a call to provide an update to you. Take care. JT
J.T. Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Quality Control Board
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail:
Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gOv
E-Mail: J1iurb4.swrcb.ca.gOV
Arslanian" <[email protected]>
<[email protected]>06/15/04
06/15/04 09:36AM>>>
09:36AM>>>
>>> "Eddie Arsianian"
JT, thank you for your expedited review of the West Valley Cleaners NFA form.
give us an update?
could you
still haven't heard from David Young on the Valley Alhambra form. Could
you please give
II still
the way offih
the
forward with
with well abandonment activities
We would like
like to
to mo"ie
moie forward
activities to
to completely
completelyget
getout
outofofthe
new tenant at the site.
Thanks in advance.
Original Message
Ju-Tseng Liu
Liu [mailto:JTLIU,rb4.swrcb.ca.gQV}
[mailto:JTLIU,rb4.swrcb.ca.gov}
From: Ju-Tseng
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 11:53 AM
To: Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian
Cc: Arthur Heath; David Young
Subject: Re: Review of NFA Forms for two sites
*** Reply Requested
Requested When
When Convenient
Convenient **
**
Eddie:
Eddie:
cleaners
Thanks for your email. We are making some minor revisions of the closure letter for West Valley
Valley Cleaners
and will submit the closure packet to upper management for approval tomorrow.
to give
give you
you an
an update
update on
on Valley
ValleyAihambra
Alhambraclosure.
closure.Take
Takecare.
care. JT
JT
I will ask Dave Young to
J.T.Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
(213)576-6717(fax)
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov
9AM>>>
<[email protected]> 05/25/04
>>> "Eddie Arslanian" <[email protected]>
05/25/0409:1
09:19AM>>>
> Dear JT,
>
> Could you please give me an update on the review status for the following sites?
>>
Dr. Arthur Heath
>> * SLIC No. 1006 (West Valley Cleaners, a.k.a., Tampa Vanowen Shopping Center): Dr.
informed us last week that he submitted the NFA package to you for review.
>
March 25,
> ** SLIC
SLIC No.
No. 967
967 (Valley-Alhambra):
(Valley-Aihambra): We
We sent
sent the
the NFA
NFA package
package to
to you
you and
and David
David Young on
on March
2004. I have followed up with David Young on a couple of occasions but I think he's been pretty busy.
>
> Please call me at 213-943-6326 if you have any questions. Thank you
>
>
>>
>
> Eddie Arslanian, P.E.
International Corporation
Corporation
> ENVIRON International
> 707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
I
> Los Angeles, California 90017
> Tel: 213.943.6326
> Fax: 213.943.6301
213.943.6301
>Fax:
>
Exhibit. J
.ExhihitJ
From:
Eddie Arslanian
To:
'David
David Young
Cc:
Bita Tabatabai
TabataIai
Sent: Tue 8/1
8/10/2004
0/2004 9:19 AM
Site History
Histoiy for
forNFAFonn
Sübjeöt
NFAFonn
Subject: Valley-A Ihän bra: Site
Attachments:
View As Web Page
David, I received your voice message. Below, I have included a section on site history you can use for the
closure form. It is an excerpt taken from our Interim Remedial Action Plan document dated April 30, 2001.
Can you please give us your timeframe for finalizing the forms? Thanks.
Site Description
and History
Descriptionand
The Site is located at 4900 East Valley Boulevard, Los Angeles, California in an industrial area of Los
Angeles, California. North and south of the Site are manufacturing and distribution facilities, to the west is
Valley Boulevard, and to the east are railroad tracks and industrial buildings.
From January 1972 to January 31, 1993, the Site was occupied by Harris Hub/Contract Metal
Fabricators/Dresher, Inc.
Inc. In
In 1990,
1990, Leggett
Leggett and
and Platt
Plattpurchased
purchased the business and continued the operation.
Activities included receiving finished metal bed frames to be painted and assembled. As part of the painting
(Figure 2).
2). The
The three
three 750-gallon
750-gallon USTs
USTswere
were
process, two dip tanks and three USTs using paints was used (Figure
removed from the Site under
under the
the direction
direction of
of the
the City
Cityof
ofLos
Los Angeles Fire Department (Fire Department).
time and subsequently are described in ENVIRON's
The subsurface investigations conducted during this time
30, 2001
2001 (ENVIRON
(EN\'IRON 200
Ic).
2001c).
Response to Request for Subsurface Site Assessment Work Plan dated April 30,
Currently, the building is used as a warehouse for the storage of used garments by City Mission Industries,
Inc. The warehouse operations since 1995 include sorting, pressing, bundling, and storage of the garments
and various used furniture.
1.1
Eddie Arslanian, P.E.
ENVIRON
ENVIRON International
International Corporation
Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
Exhibit K
From:
From:
Eddie Arsianian
To:
'David Young'; 'Ju-Tseng Liu'
Cc:
Bita Tabatabai
Sent: Tue 9/7/2004 9:04 AM
Subject: Valley-Aihambra: NFA Form
Attachments:
View As Web Page
Gentlemen,
Could you please provide us with a status update on this?
Thank you.
Eddie Arslanian, P.E.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
From:
Ju-Tseng Liu [jliu,rb4.swrcb.ca.gov
To:
Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian
Cc:
David Young
Sent: Wed 9/8/2004 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: Valley-Alhaxnbra:
Valley-Alhambra: N1A
NFA Form
Form
Attachments:
** Reply Requested When Convenient **
Hi Eddie:
I am away from my office today and will talk with Dave Young tomorrow. Thanks. JT
J.T. Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail: Jliu®rb4.swrcb.ca.gOv
E-Mail:
Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gOV
>>> "Eddie Arsianian"
Arslanian" <[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 09/07/04 09:05 AM>>>
Gentlemen,
this?
Could you please provide us with a status update on this?
Thank you.
Eddie Arsianian,
Arslanian,P.E.
PE.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard,
Boulevard, Suite
Suite 4950
4950
Los Angeles, California 9001.7
Tel: 213.9416326
Fax: 213.943.6301
Vv
View As Web Page
From:
Eddie Arsianian
To:
Liu'
'Ju-Tseng Liii'
Cc:
David Young'; Bita Tabatabal
Tabatabai
Sent: Wed 9/8/2
9/8/2004
004 11:08 AM
Subject: RE: Valley-Aihambra: NFA Form
Attachments:
View As Web Page
thanks
Original Message
From: Ju-Tseng
Ju-TsengLiii
Liu[mailto:jliurb4.swrcb.ca.goV
[mailto:jliurb4.swrcb.ca.ov
Sent Wednesday,
Sent:
Wednesday, September
September 08,
08, 2004
2004 10:53
10:53 AM
To: Eddie Arslanian
Cc: David Young
Valley-Alhambra: NFA Form
Subject: Re: Valley-Aihambra:
** Reply Requested When Convenient **
Hi Eddie:
I am away from my office today and will talk with Dave Young tomorrow. Thanks. JT
J.T. Liu
J.T.Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov
>>> "Eddie Arslanian'
Arslanian"<[email protected]>
<[email protected]>09/07/04
09/07/04 09:05 AM>>>
Gentlemen,
Could you please provide us with a status update on this?
Thank you
Eddie Arslanian, P.E.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
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From:
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Aralanian
To:
'Ju-Tseng Uu'
'Ju-TsengLiu
Cc:
'David Yosm
Yotm
Subject:
RE: Valley-AThambra:
Valley-Aihambra: NFA
NFA Form
Form
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Sent: Fri 9/1712004
9/17/2004 4:00 PM
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iT and David, aeything new on Ibis front?
--Original Message--From:
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Fmm iu-TsengLiu
Sent: Wednesday,
Wednesday, September
September 08,
08,2004
2004 10:53 AM
To: Eddie Arslanian
Cc: David Young
Subject: Re: Vallsy-Aihambra:
Valley-Aihasubra: NFA
NFA Form
Form
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Hi Eddie:
I am away from my oce today and will talk with Dave Young tomotTow.
Thanks.iT
iT
tomorrow. Thanks.
.11.
i.T. Lb
Liii
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup
Oeanng Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717
576-6717 (fhx)
(dat)
E-Mail:
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AM>>>
>>> Eddie Asslanian'
Arsianian <EArslanian®environcorp.con
<EArslanian®environcorp.con 09/07/04 09:05 AM>>>
Gentlemen,
Gendemet
Could you please provide us with a status update
ngdate on this?
Thank you.
Eddie Aislanian, P.E.
ENVIRON international
Corporation
ENVIRON
thtemaonal Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles,
Assge1esCalifàrnia
California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fa,c 213.943.6301
213.943.6301
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of 1
7/7/2008 4:41 PM
From:
Eddie Arsianian
To:
'David Young'
Young
Cc:
Cc:
'Ju-Tseng Liu'; Bita Tabatabai; George Linkletter
Sent: Tue 9/21/2004 9:57 AM
Subject: RE:
RE: Valley-Aihambra:
Valley-Alhambra: NFA Form
Subject
Attachments:
View As Web Page
Thank
ThankyOU.
you.
Original Message
From:
DavidYoung
Young[mailto:dvoungirb4.sWrcb.Ca.0V1
[mailto:dvoungrb4.sWrcb.ca.1
From: David
Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 9:56 AM
To: Eddie Arslanian
Cc: Ju-Tseng Liu
Cc:Ju-TsengLiu
Subject: RE: Valley-Alhambra:
Valley-Alhambra: NFA
NFA Form
Form
IT this week. Thanks,
Thanks, Dave
Dave
Hi Eddie. I apologize for the delays, but the closure package will be given to JT
Young
>>>
>>> "Eddie
"Eddie Arslanian'
Arsianian"<[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 09/17/04 04:OOPM>>>
IT
JT and David, anything new on this front?
Original Message
From: Ju-Tseng Liu [mai1to:jliu(rb4.swrcb.ca.govI
[mailto:iliurb4.swrcb.Ca.gOvI
Sent:
Sent: Wednesday,
Wednesday, September
September 08,
08, 2004
2004 10:53
10:53 AM
AM
To: Eddie Arslanian
Cc: David Young
Subject: Re: Valley-Aihambra: NFA Form
* Reply Requested When Convenient **
*
Hi Eddie:
Thanks. JT
IT
I am
ant away from my office today and will talk with Dave Young tomorrow. Thanks.
J.T. Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov
>>> "Eddie Arslanian" <[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 09/07/04 09:05 AM>>>
Gentlemen,
update on
on this?
Could
Could you
you please
please provide
provide us
us with
with aa status
status update
Thank you.
Eddie
Eddie Arslanian,
Arsianian, P.E.
P.E.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
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Hi Eddie:
I have completed my review of the closure packet and discuss the closure with the Remediation Section
boated within
within the
the San Gabriel
chief, Dr. Arthur Heath. Dr. Heath has asked us to check to see if this site is located
Valley
Valley US
US EPA
EPA Superfund
Superfund area.
area. Please
Please advise.
advise. Thanks.
Thanks. JT
JT
J.T.Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site
Site Cleanup
Cleanup Unit
Unit II
II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov
"Eddie Arsianian'
Arslanian' <[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 10/01/04
10/01/04 03:32PM>>>
>>> "Eddie
Hi guys, are we getting
getting close
close on
on this?
this?
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Ju-Tseng Liu
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Wednesday, September
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Eddie .Arslanian
Arsianian
Cc: David Young
Subject: Re: Valley-Aihambra:
Valley-Alhambra: NFA Form
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Hi
Hi Eddie:
I am away from my office
office today
today and
and will
will talk
talk with
withDave
DaveYoung
Youngtomorrow.
tomorrow. Thanks. JT
J.T. Liu
J.T.Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup
Cleanup Unit
UnitLI
II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717
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AM>>>
>>> "Eddie Arslanian"
Arsianian" <[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 09/07/04 09:05
>>>
Gentlemen,
Could you please provide us with a status update on this?
Thank you.
Eddie Arsianian,
Arslanian, P.E.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, California 90017
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
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Exhibit M
From:
Eddie Arslanian
Arsianian
To:
Ju-Tseng Liii'
Liu
'Ju-Tseng
C
C
Sent: Wed 10/6/2004 1:38 PM
'David
Young'; George
George Linkletter; Bita Tabatabai; 'Joan
C.
David Young';
Joan C.
Doiella(E-mailY
Donnel1a(Ethaifl'
Subject: RE: Valley-Alliambra:
Valley-Alhambra: N1A
NFA Form
Form
Attachments:
View As Web Page
Dear JT,
Per our discussion this morning,
morning, based
based on
on ENVIRON's
ENVIRONs research, the
the site
site is
is located
located outside
outside the
theboundaries
boundaries
of the San Gabriel Valley US EPA Superfund Area.
With regard to the deed-restriction issue that you raised, we at ENVIRON do not recall having such a
discussion with the Regional Board. Since this is a legal issue, I have notified Ms. Joan Donnellan, who is
the outside counsel for Leggett & Platt. She will contact you to discuss the issue.
Thank you.
Original Message
[mailto:JL1Urb4.swrcb.ca.gov]
From: Ju-Tseng Liu [mailto:JLJU(rb4.swrcb.ca.gov]
Sent: Friday,
Friday, October
October01,
01, 2004 5:21 PM
Arsianian
To: Eddie Arslanian
Cc: David Young
Subject: RE: Valley-Aihambra:
Valley-Alhainbra: NFA Form
Fomi
**
* Reply Requested When Convenient **
Hi Eddie:
I have completed my review of the closure packet and discuss the closure with the Remediation Section
chief, Dr. Arthur Heath. Dr. Heath has asked us to check to see if this site is located within the San Gabriel
Valley US EPA Superfund area. Please advise. Thanks. JT
J.T. Liu
Senior Water
Water Resources
Resources Control
Control Engineer
Engineer
Senior
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213) 576-6667 (tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov
>>> "Eddie
"Eddie Arslanian"
Arsianian"<[email protected]>
<EArslanianenvironcorp.com> 10/01/04
10/01/04 03:32PM>>>
Hi guys, are we getting
getting close
close on
on this?
this?
Original Message----From:
From: Ju-Tseng
Ju-Tseng Liu
Liu [mailto:iliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov]
[mailtoiliurb4.swrcb.ca.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 10:53 AM
Arslanian
To: Eddie Arsianian
Cc: David Young
Subject: Re: Valley-Alhambra: NFA Form
** Reply Requested When Convenient **
Hi Eddie:
I am away from my office today and will talk with Dave Young tomorrow. Thanks. JT
J.T.Liu
J.T.Liu
Senior Water Resources Control Engineer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Site Cleanup Unit II
(213)
(213) 576-6667
576-6667 (tel)
(tel)
(213) 576-6717 (fax)
E-Mail:
E-Mail: Jliurb4.swrcb.ca.goV
Jliurb4,swrcb.ca.gov
>>> "Eddie
"Eddie Arsianian"
Arslanian" <[email protected]>
<[email protected]> 09/07/04 09:05 AM>>>
Gentlemen,
Could you please provide
provide us
us with
with aa status
status update
update on
on this?
Thank you.
Eddie Arsianian,
Arslanian, P.E.
PE.
ENVIRON International Corporation
707
707 Wilshire
Wilshire Boulevard,
Boulevard, Suite
Suite 4950
4950
Los Angeles,
Angeles, California
California 90017
90017
Los
Tel: 213.943.6326
Fax: 213.943.6301
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Exhibit N
NV1 RON
ENVIRON
March 1, 2004
'Mr.
P.R
Mr. IT. Liu, P.E.
Mr. David Young
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
Los Angeles
Los
ngeIes Region,.
Region
320 West Fourth Street, Suite. 200
LosAngeles,
Angeles, California
California 90013
Lo
90013 ..
Re:
Remediation Equipment Removal
4900 East Valley
Valley Boii1evard,
Boulevard, Valley-Aihambra Property
Los Angeles,
Angeles. California (SLIC No. 967)
Dear Messrs. Liu and Young:
California
ENVIRON International.
Corporation (ENVIRON)
(ENVIRON) requests authorization from the 'California
International Corporation
Angeles
Region
(LARWQCB)
to
remove
the
Regional Water Quality Control
Control Board
Board -- Los
Los
Valley
'Boulevard,
4900
Valley
Boulevard,
Los
Angeles,
remediation ôquipment
equipment from the property located at 4900
California (Site).
.
.
.
18,2003,.
November 18,
2003,. ENVIRON performed confirmation soil
As agreed with the LARWQCB
LARWQCB on
on November
20O3and
at the Site in Decembet 2003
and January
sampling and final ground
ground water
water sampling
sampling activities,
activities, at
samples,
presented
in
ground
water
ENVIRON's
report
2004. Based on the results of
the
soil
and
ground
water
of the soil and
ENVIRON
recommended
that
the
LARWQCB,
dated Februaiy
February 3,
3, 2004
2004 and
and submitted
submitted to
to the
theLARWQCB,
LARWQCB issue a "No Further
Further Action"
Action" designation
designation for
for the Site.
It is ENVIRON's understanding that the LARWQCB has reviewed the results of the soil and
Further
grouiid water samples and is
is in
in agreement
agreement with
with ENVIRON's
ENViRON's recommendation for "No Further
the
"Case
Review
Form."
Therefore,
submittal
of
the
"Case
TherefOre,
Action" designation for the Site, pending submittal of
ENVIRON requests authorization from the LARWQCB to remove the remediation equipment from
the Site for thefollowing reasons:
reasons:
as itit has
has been
been aa
The current tenant of the Site is eager to remove the remediation equipment, as
considerable space.
nuisance to its operations and
and taking
taking up
up considerable
The responsible party for the Site continues to pay a monthly lease for the remediation
equipment that has not been used for over 16 months, due to post-rebound monitoring and
confirmation soil sampling activities.
US
USA
9214-7215
Irvine, California 92614-723.5
Su±te 900.
Suite
2010 MaIn
Main Straet
Street
www..envroflCOrp.COm
www..envir0000rp.COm
(949)
261-6202
Fax:
(949)
261-5151
Tel: (94) 261-5151
Tel:
.
.
.
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Mr. J.T.
J.T. Liu,
Liu,P.13.
P.E,
Mr. David Young
March 1, 2004
-2-
ansp-ortthe
theremediation
remediationequipment
equipmentto
to another
another site to put into
into
3. ENVIRON
ENVIRON would
wouldlike
liketototransport
beneficial use.
ENVIRON will be submitting
submitting the
the "Case
"Case Review
Review Fonn"
Fonn" to
to the
theLARWQCB
LARWQCBshortly
shortlytci
to finalize
finalize the
the
closure procedures. If you have any questions regarding this letter, please call any of the
undersignecL
undersigned.
Very truly yours,
George 0. Linkletter,
Linklettet, Ph.D.,
Ph.D., R.G.
RG. (No. 3728)
Principal
BitaTabatabai, P.E.
P.13.(No.
(NoCC294)
294)
Manager
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CorrespondenceMettçr re equipment removal 0301
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030104.doc
Copy: Mr. Robert Anderson, Leggett & Platt
Ms. Joan Donnellan, Leland, Parachini, Steinberg, Matzger & Melnick, LLP
:Mr.
Mr. Gary Herman, S.D. Herman Co., Inc.
NORTHRUP SCHLUETER
A Professional Law Corporation
2 Linda L. Northrup, Esq. (SBN 102156)
31365 Oak Crest Drive, Suite 250
3
West]ake Village, California 91361
Westlake
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Attorneys for Interested Party
VALLEY-ALHAMBRA PROPERT[ES,
a California general partnership
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
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S TATE WATER
WATER RESOURCES
RESOURCES CONTROL
CONTROL BOARD
STATE
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IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
LEGGETT AND PLATT, INC., FOR
REVIEW OF WATER CODE SECTION
13267 ORDER DATED JUNE
JUNE 11,
11,2008
2008 BY
BY
THE CALIFORNIA
CALiFORNIA REGIONAL WATER
QUALITY CONTROL BOARD, LOS
ANGELES REGION
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12
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Petition No.
PARTIAL JOINDER OF VALLEY
VALLEY
ALHAMBRA PROPERTIES IN PETITION
FOR REVIEW PURSUANT TO WATER
CODE SECTION 13320 AN])
AND 23 C.C.R.
§2050 ET SEQ; DECLARATION OF GARY
J. BERMAN,
5.
BERMAN, SR.
SR. iN
iN SUPPORT
SUPPORT THEREOF
THEREOF
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I.
L
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INTRODUCTION
Valley-Aihambra Properties ("Valley Athambra") is a partnership which is the owner of real
Valley-Alhambra
18
property located at 4900 Valley Boulevard, Los Angeles, California ("Site"). Valley Aihambra is a
19
party interested in the proceedings initiated by the Regional Water Quality Control Board ("Regional
20
Board") which resulted in the issuance of an order pursuantto Water Code Section 13267 on June
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During the period
priod since
sinceLeggett
Leggettand
and Platt
Platt ceased
ceased its
its operations on the property, the Site has
1
2
been rented to a succession of warehousing tenants. There have been no manufacturing operations at
3
the property during that period nor occupation by any tenant whose use would have involved any risk.
4
ofJischarge of
ofjlischarge
ofcontaminants
contaminantsororhave
haveoniibutedInanyway
contiibutedinanywaytoanypre-existinghazardous
toanypre-existinghazardous
5S
conditions on the Site. Declaration of Gary Herman, Sr., paragraph 3.
6
II.
NAME AND ADDRESS OF PARTY IN INTEREST
7
All correspondence and written communications regarding this matter should be directed to:
8
Gary J. Herman, Sr.
1201 S.
5. Olive Street
Los Angeles, California 90015
Telephone: 213-747-6531, Ext. 114
Facsimile: 213-747-4305
gaiysrsdherman.com
[email protected]
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With a copy to:
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Linda L. Northrup, Esq., Counsel for Valley Aihambra
Alhambra Properties
Northrup Schlueter, A Professional Law Corporation
31365 Oak Crest Drive, Suite 250
Westlake Village, California 91361
Telephone: 818-707-2600
Facsimile: 818-707-2675
Inorthrupnsplc.com
[email protected]
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III.
SPECIFIC ACTION OF THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD FOR WHICH STATE
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WATER BOARD R}
REVIEW
VIEW IS REQUESTED
18
Valley Alhainbra joins in the request of Leggett and Platt for review of the Section 13267
19
Order issued by the Regional
Regional Water
Water Board
Board on
on June
June 11,
11, 2008
2008 ("June
("June11
11Order")
Order")totothe
theextent
extentset
set forth
forth
20
herein and incorporates by reference the copy of the order attached to the Petition of Leggett and
21
Platt as Exhibit A.
22
IV.
DATE OF THE REGIONAL WATER BOARD ACTION
23
2008.
June 11,
11,2008.
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V.
STATEMENT OF REASONS WHY
WIlY THE
THE REGIONAL
REGIONAL WATER
WATER BOARD'S
BOARD'S ACTION
ACTION
25
WAS INAPPROPRIATE OR IMPROPER
26
Valley Alharnbra partially joins in the Petition of Leggett and Platt for the reasons set forth
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below:
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1.
Investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring activities, as well as the data
2
derived from these activities, evidence that current conditions of the soil and ground water at the Site
3
do not pose a substantial risk to human health or the waters
waters of
of the
the State;
State;
4
2.
Given the extensive work performed at the Site over the last 10 years, characterization
5
of the Site is sufficient to understand the pre- and post-remedial conditions at the Site;
6
3.
7
The burden, including costs of compliance, imposed by the Order does not bear a
reasonable relationship to the
the benefits
benefits that
that may
may be
be obtained
obtained from
fromthe
thereports
reportsand
andinvestigations
investigations
8
9
sought by the Order;
4.
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the Site without further investigation.
Valley AThambra
Aihambra joins
Jo insininthe
therequest
requestofofLeggett
Leggettand
andPlatt
Plattthat
thatthe
the Petition
Petition be
be held
held in
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abeyance for the maximum period and reserves its right to supplement its submission if the Petition
is reactivated,
reactivated.
However, to the extent that any portion of the Leggett & Platt Petition is based on an
15
16
Investigation, remediation, and confirmation monitoring to date justifies closure of
argument that Leggett and Platt is not a proper party or subject to the jurisdiction of the Water Board
17
with respect to this Site and orders relating thereto, Valley Aihambra expressly declines to join in
18
those portions of the Petition and opposes any such relief sought by Leggett and Platt in cpnnection
connection
19
therewith and reserves the right to supplement its submission with additional authorities and
20
evidence should any hearing be held thereon.
21
IV.
22
STATEMENT OF GRIEVANCE OF INTERESTED PARTY
Valley Alhambra is aggrieved by the Order because: (1) Closure should have been issued
23
when requested by Valley Aihambra
Alhainbra on terms which had been approved by the Regional Water
24
Board in January 2007; and (2):the June 11 Order imposes an excessive and continuing unnecessary
25
financial burden on Valley Alhainbra
Athainbra as
as the
the owner
owner of
of the
the Site.
Site.See
SeeDeclaration
Declarationof
ofGary
Gary3.J. Herman,
Herman,
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Sr. submitted herewith.
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N.WPDQCALHAMBRAWaWod
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SPECIFIC ACTION THAT INTERESTED PARTY REQUESTS THE STATE
2
BOARD TO TAKE
3
Valley Alhambra
Aihambra requests that the June 11 Order be rescinded in its entirety on the grounds
4
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that it isbeyond
thatit
isbeyond the
the scope
scope of investigationnécessary
investigationnecessary to
to characterizethe
characterizethe Site
Sitefor
forclosure.TheStat
losure.TheStat
Water Board should direct the Regional Water Board to issue a closure letter for the Site.
6
Valley Aihambra joins Petitioner's request that the State Water Board hold this Petition in
7
abeyance for the maximum time
time period
period or
or until
until reactivated.
reactivated. Valley
ValleyAihambra
Aihambrareserves
reservesthe
theright
righttoto
8
9
amend its submission and to request further action if the Petition is reactivated.
To the extent that any portion of the Leggett & Platt Petition requests that the Order be
10
11
II
12
13
14
15
16
rescinded only as to Leggett and Platt, that Valley Alhaanbra be joined or that there be a finding that
Leggett and Platt is not a proper party subject to the June 11 Order or subject to the jurisdiction of
the Water Board or Regional Water Board with respect to this Site and orders relating thereto, Valley
Alhainbra expressly declines to join in those portions of the Petition and opposes any such relief
Alharnbra
sought by Leggett and Platt in connection therewith and reserves the right to supplement its
submission with additional authorities and evidence should any hearing be held thereon.
PARTIAL JOINDER
JOINDER IN
IN POINTS
POINTSAND
ANDAUTHORITIES
AUTHORITIESSUBMITTED
SUBMIUED BY
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18
PETITIONER LEGGETT AND PLATT
19
Valley Alhambra
Aihambra joins and incorporates herein by reference the arguments and authorities
20
contained in the Petition of Leggett
Leggett and
and Platt
Platt in
in Section
Section VIII.,
Vifi., Parts
Parts A.
A. (Applicable
(Applicable Standard
Standard of
of
21
Review), C. (Data from Ground Water Sampling Reports .... .Show that the Current condition of the
22
Soil and Groundwater Does not Pose a Substantial Risk, etc.), D. (The Regional Water Board Has
23
Not Provided Prima Facie Evidence to Show a Change in Conditions Since it Ordered the
24
Remediation Equipment Removed and Stated the Site was Eligible for Closure, Subject to
25
Restrictive Covenants), and E. (The Cost Associated with the Investigation Required by the Order
26
Has No Reasonable Relationship to the Nominal Threat, etc.).
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FAILURE TO ISSUE CLOSURE WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS FINANCIAL
HARDSHIP TO VALLEY ALHAMBRA PROPERTIES DUE TO
3
TO.FINANCE
REDUCTION IN INCOME AND
AND INABILITY
INA3ILITY TO
FINANCE OR SELL ITS
4
4.
PROPERTY FOR FULL ANDFAIR MARICIT VALUE
PROPERTYFORFLJLLANDFAIRMARXETVALUE
5
Valley Aihambra
Alhambra is a partnership made up of a group of elderly property owners who have
6
Aihambra has already
never themselves occupied or operated any business on the Site. Valley Alhambra
7
suffered significant financial hardship in connection with the lengthy period that this Site has been
8
subject to investigation and remediation, now for over ten (10) years, During that entire period,
10
Valley Aihambra
Alhambra has been prevented from selling its property for a fair commercial price due to the
great uncertainty created for any purchaser due to the open investigation underway by regulatory
12
13
14
15
16
agencies. This situation has also negatively impacted the rental income which may be generated by
the property due to the reluctance of substantial commercial tenants to allow their businesses to
operate on a property that is subject to an open environmental investigative proceeding. The details
of this past arid
and present
present hardships
hardships are
are set
set forth
forth in
in the
the Declaration
Declaration of
of Gary
Gary Herman,
Herman, aa commercial
commercial real
real
estate agent and property manager with over fifty years of experience dealing with these types of
17
properties which is submitted herewith. Several of the owners have passed away during the lengthy
18
period of the investigation and remediation process thus far and the remainder are elderly and some
19
rely on the income from this property for full time nursing care. See Declaration of Gary Herman.
20
Given the significant and thorough investigation and remediation already conducted at the
21
Site and the assessment of risks completed showing that future risks to public health and safety are
22
insignificant, as outlined in detail in the Petition of Leggett and Platt and the Declaration of George
23
Linkletter which is referred to and incorporated herein by reference, there is no justification for the
24
June 11 Order which will substantially increase the financial hardship and uncertainty to the Valley
25
Alhambra partners (who have never themselves occupied or operated businesses on the Site) for
26
what are, at best, negligible additional benefits to the public health and safety.
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STATEMENT OF SERVICE ON
ON REGIONAL
REGIONAL .WATER
WATER BOARD
A copy of this partial joinder has been sent to the Regional Water Board.
JOINDER IN REQUEST FOR PREPARATION OF RECORD, FOR EVIDENTIARY
HEARING
AND FOR STAY
HEARING A11D
Valley Aihambra
Alhambra joins in the request of Leggett and.Platt for the preparation of the record in
this matter by the Regional Water Board, for a Stay of the June 11 Order and for an evidentiary
evidentiary
hearing on the matters raised in the Petition for the reasons and based on the authority stated therein
8
to the extent joined by Valley
Valley Alhaanbra
Aihambra herein.
9
CONCLUSION
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Based on the fact that this Site
Site has
has been
been subject
subject to
to .a
a full and complete investigation and
11
11
remediation and was approved for closure by the Regional Water Board and that no new information
12
13
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14
15
16
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18
the great
great financial burdens imposed by the June
or conditions warrant reopening
reopening of
of the
the Site
Site and
and that
that the
11 Order far out'eigh the potential benefits, if any, from the new work required thereunder, Valley
Valley
Alhambra joins in the requests for relief, including a stay and evidentiary hearing, set forth in the
Aihambra
Petition of Leggett and Platt, Inc. and incorporates the facts and legal authorities set forth therein to
the extent and on the grounds set forth herein.
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DECLARATION OF
DECLARATION
OF GARY
GARY I1ER4AN,
I1ER4AN, SR.
SR.
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I, Gary
Gary J.
J. Herman.
Herman, Sr. declare
declare as
asfollows:
follows:
I.
yearold.and amoneof
year old
old wife
wilè
L urn
am 77 yearsoId.and
amoneof the-remainingpariners(with.my-76 year
4
Beverly) of
Beverly)
ofValley
ValleyAlharnbra
AthambraProperties,
Properties,aapartnership
partnership which
whichisisthe
theowner
ownerofofreal
realproperty
propertylocated
locatedatat
5
4900 Valley Boulevard.
Boulevard, Los Angeles,
Angeles, Califbrnia
Califbrnia ('Sitc").
("Site"). I have been a commercial real estate
estate
O
broker and property manager for
Jbr over
over fit'y
fifty years and
and have
have been
beenextensively
eXtensivelyinvolved
involved in
in the
the
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management, leasing,
management,
leasing.financing
financing and
andsale
saleof
ofcommercial
commercialand
andindustrial
industrial properties
propertiessimilar
similar to
to the
the Site
Site at
at
8
S
issue. I have personal knowledge of
of the
the fucts
facts set forth herein
herein and could and would
would compuLently
competently
9
testify
thereto under
under oath.
testify thereto
10
2.
In 1993 when contamination was first
first identified
identifiedatatthe
theSite,
Site, the
the partners
partners in
in the
11
property included Ruth
Ruth Shelby
Shelby and Barney and I)orothy Weingard.
Weingard. In
In 2003
2003 at
at the
the age of 90, Ruth
12
Shelby passed
passed away.
away. Her
Her interest in the property
property is
is currently
currentlyheld
heldby
byher
herson,
son,Charles
CharlesShelby,
Shelby,aa
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Catholic priest
priest who
who resides
resides in Illinois..
Illinois..Earlier
Earlierthis
thisyear,
year,atatthe
theage
age o190.
o190. Barney
Barney Weingard
Weingard passed
passed
14
away. Although his wife.
wife. Dorothy,
Dorothy,isisaa remaining
remaining partner,
partnersshe
she suffers from
from severe
severe Alzheiincr's
Alzheiincr's
15
disease, was
disease,
was not
not even
even able
able to
to attend her husband's
husband's funeral,
funeral, and depends
depends on
on the
the incomb
incomb from
from this
this
I16
6
property to fund
fund her
her required full
fulltime
timenursing
nursingcare.
care. My
Mywife
wifeand
andI Isuffer
sufferfrom
fromnumerous
numerousage
agerelated
related
17
health conditions. II recently
recently had
had serious colon surgery and
and my
my wife
wife was recently diagnosed
diagnosed with
with an
IS
inoperable aneurysm
aneurysm and
and faces
facesadditional
additional surgery
surgery in
in the
the coming
coming months.
19
3.
I have been
been the
the person
personprimarily
primarily responsible
responsible for
for managing
managing the
the Site
Site for
for the
the Valley
Valley
20
Alharnbra partnership.
partnership. After
After Leggett & Platt shut down its
its facility,
facility, the
the property was vacant
vacantuntil
until
2!
August 1995. Since then, the following
following tenants
tenants have
have occupied
occupied the
the Site
Site for
for the
the various
various businesses
businesses
22
describedbelow,
desribcd
below,none
noneofofwhich
whichinvolve
involve manufacturing
manufacturing or use
use of
of solvents or chemicals to the best
best of
of
23
my knowledge
knowledge and
and belief.
belief. IIhave
have visited
visitedthe
theSite
Sitenumerous
numerous times
times while
whilethese
thesetenants
tenants have
have been
been in
24
occupancy and have
have seen
seennothing
nothingon
onthe
theSite
Siteinconsistent
inconsistentwith
with the
the type
type of
of business
business authorized
authorized to
to be
be
25
conducted under
under their
theirrespective
respectiveleases
leasesas
as .sel
set forth
Forth below:
below:
26
I 995 - 1999
1995
Apak International
Warehousing of used
used clothing
clothing
27
1999 - 2002
Los Angcics
Angeles City
City Mission
Warehousing olused
olused clothing
clothing
28
202 - 2003
A-I Clothing
A-I
Clothing
Warehousing ol'uscd
olused clothing
clothing
S .t.t.,t....... it IS,I,q'4s. tV...
S
¼...fl¼,
¼...J'¼
k,S,
'Id
.s, td
2003 - 2007
Sasco Electric
Sasco
Electric
2007 - present
Murray Plumbing
Plumbing &
&
3
4
)
Heating
5.
Warehousing of electrical
electrical producis
products
Warehousing of
of p1
plumbingproducts.
umbingproducts.
In my
my experience.
experience, it is
is possible
possible to demand and
and obtain
obtain higher
higher rents from tenants
tenants with
with
inanultcturing Operations
inanullicturing
Operationsorormore
moresophisticated
sophisticatedbusiness
businessoperations.
ocrations. Warehousing is a use
use which
which
()
generally brings in
in aa lower
lower quality
qualitytenant
tenant and
and property
property usable
usable only
only as warehousing
warehousing space
space has
has a lesser
7
rental value than property which can he used
usedfor
for manufacturing
rnanuticturing operations.
operations. Over the past 13 years, I
S
have attempted
attempted to
to market
market the
the Site
Site to
to manufacturing tenants
tenants such
such as had
had been
been on
on the
the property
property up to
9
the time it was vacated
vacated by
by Leggeu
Leggettand
andPIaU.
Platt. 1-lowever,
.11owever,the
thefaet
tet that the sitc is subject
subject to an ongoing
10
It)
and open
open investigation
investigation and remediation by the Rcgional
Rcgional Water
Water Board
Boardhas
has been
been a reason stated to me
11
by numerous prospective
prospective manufacturing
manufacturing tenants
tenantsthat
thatthey
theywill
will not consider leasing the
the property fo1
for
12
their businesses
businesses as
asthey
they do
do not
not want
want to
to risk being held
held responsible
responsible for
for any hazardous
hazardous cenditions
ccnditions
13
l3
which may exist on the property. This has
has in
in my opinion,
opinion, drastically
drastically reduced
reduced the rental income
income that
that
14
Valley Aharnbra
Valley
Aharnbra has
has been able
able to
to obtain
obtain for
for this property and this impact will
will continue
continueds
as long
long as
as
l5
15
the Site remains open
open and
and the
theongoing
ongoing investigations
investigations continue.
16
6.
During. the
During.
the lengthy
lengthyperiod
periodininwhich
whichthis
thisSite
Sitehas
hasbeen
beenunder
underinvestigation
inestigation and
and remains
remains
17
open,
open, the
the Valley
Valley Aihambra
Alhambra partners
partners have been
been subject
subject tt eUreme
eUreme financial
financial hardship us relates
relates to
to this
18
Site. The pending
pending reniediation
reniediation (now
(now for
for over 15 years) and characterization of
of the
the Sitc
Sitc as
as an
an open
19
site has
has had
had aasignificant
significant deleterious impact on the
the ability
ability to obtain financing for
for the
the property, on the
the
20
rental income for this
this property
property and
and has
has prevented any sale
sale of
of the
theproperty
propertyfor
forits
itsfill
filI commercial
21
property value.
I dccIam
declare under penalty ofperjury
that the
the foregoing
foregoing is
is true
true and
and correct and that this
ofperjury that
23
declaration
thisthisday
declarationwas
wasexecuted
executed
dayof
ofJuly,
July, 2008
2008 at .os Angeles.
Angeles. California.
California.
24
25
xary J.
J. E-!errnan,
Herman, Sr.
Sr.
26
28
tS
D.'....
fl
(PROOF OF SERVICE)
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Jss.
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
I am employed in the County of Los Angeles, State of California. I am over the age of 18
and not a party to the within proceeding; my business address is 31365 Oak Crest Drive, Suite
250, Westlake Village, California 91361.
On July 10, 2008, rrserved
served the
the following
following document(s)
document(s) described as PARTIAL
JOINDER OF VALLEY ALHAMBRA PROPERTIES IN PETITION FOR REVIEW
PURSUANT TO WATER CODE § 13320 AND 23 C.C.R. §2050; DECLARATION OF
GARY J. HERMAN, SR IN SUPPORT THEREOF on the interested parties in this
proceeding by facsimile to the numbers listed below and by placing true and correct copies
thereof in a sealed envelope addressed as follows:
Mr. David Young
Regional Water Quality Control Board
320 West Fourth St.
Suite 200
Los Angeles, California
Facsimile No. 213-576-6640
State Water Resources Control Board
Office of Chief Counsel
Jeannette L. Bashaw
1001 II Street
1001
Street22nd
22' Floor
Floor
Sacramento, California
Facsimile No. 916-341-5199
Joan C. Donnellan, Esq.
Parker, Milliken, Clark, O'Hara & Samuelian
555 So. Flower Street, 30th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90071
Facsimile No. 213-683-6669
Counsel for Leggett and Plait,
Platt, Inc.
BY EXPRESS SERVICE CARRIER
I deposited in a box or other facility regularly maintained by the express service
carrier in an envelope or package designated by the express service carrier with delivery fees paid
or provided for, addressed to the person on whom it is to be served.
Executed on July 10, 2008, at Los Angeles, California.
Z
STATE - I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California
that the above is true and correct.
Z
FEDERAL - I declare that IJam
am employed in the office of a member of the bar of this
court at whose direction the service was made.
LINDA L. NORTHRUP
Bo3rd Pz
N \VpDOCSH
\VPDOCS I1rma ALHAMBRKd \WLr Bo3rd
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PROOF OF SERVICE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
I am employed in the County
County of
of Los
Los Angeles,
Angeles, State
State of'
of California. I thIi
am over the age of 18
and not a party to the within proceeding; my business address is 31365 Oak Crest Drive, Suite 250,
Westlake Village, California 91361.
On December 23, 2008, I served,
thefollowing
followingdocument(s)
document(s)described
describedas
asPARTIAL
PARTIAL
served the
JOINDER OF VALLEY ALHAMBRA
ALHAMBRA PROPERTIES
PROPERTIES IN
IN PETITION
PETITION FOR
FORREVIEW
R]VIEW
PURSUANT TO WATER CODE § 13320 AND 23 C.C.R. §2050; DECLARATION OF GARY
J. HERMAN, SR. IN SUPPORT THEREOF on the interested parties in this proceeding by
facsimile to the numbers listed below and by placing true and correct copies thereof in a sealed
envelone
envelooe addressed as follows:
Mr. David Young
Regional Water Quality Control Board
320 West Fourth St.
Suite 200
Los Angeles, California
Facsimile No. 213-576-6640
State Water Resources Control Board
Office of
of Chief
Chief Counsel
Counsel'
Jeannette L. Bashaw
1001 I Street
Street 22''
22 Floor
Floor
Sacramento, California
Facsimile No. 916-341-5199
Joan C. Donnellan, Esq.
Parker, Milliken, Clark, O'Hara & Samuelian
555 So. Flower Street, 30th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90071
Facsimile No. 213-683-6669
Counsel for Leggett and Platt, inc.
BY EXPRESS SERVICE CARRIER
Z
I deposited in a box or other facility regularly maintained by the express service carrier in an
envelope or package designated by the express service carrier with delivery fees paid or provided
for, addressed 'to
to the
the person
person on whom it is to be served.
Z
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that
STATE
the above is true and correct.
Z
FEDERAL - I declare that Ilam
am employed
employed in
in the
the office
office of
of aa member of the bar of this court
at whose direction the service was made.
Executed on December 23, 2008, at Los Angeles, California.
DIANA ANDERSON
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[PARKEF MILLIKEN]
PARKER, MILLIKEN,
MILLIKEN, CLARK,
CLARK, O'l-IARA,
O'KARA, SAMUELIAN
SAMUELIAN
A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
-
Direct Dial: (213) 683-6638
JOAN C. DONNELLAN
E-mail:
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
November 17, 2008
VIA HAND DELIVERY
Attn: David Bacharowski
CALIFORNIA REGIONAL WATER
QUALITY CONTROL BOARD
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90013
90013
Re:
Request For Reconsideration
Reconsideration re:
re: Section
Section 13267
13267 Order
Order
4900 Valley Aihambra
Blvd
Site
(SLIC
No
0967,Site
ID 204DJ00)
Alhambra
Dear Mr. Bacharowksj:
Bacharowksi:
On June 11, 2008, the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, LosAñgeles
Region ("Regional Water Board") issued a Section 13267 Order ("Order") relating to aboveabovereferenced site. In response to the Order, Leggett & Platt Incorporated ("Leggett & Platt") filed
a Petition with the State Water Resources Control Board pursuant to Water Code Section 13320
for review of the Order as well as a Request for Reconsideration concurrently fried with the
Regional Water Board.
The State Water Resources Control Board issued an Order holding
holding the
the Petition
Petition in
in
hegotiations with
with thethe Regional
Abeyance pending negotiations
Regional Water
Water Board.
Board. On
On October 14, 2008, Leggett
& Platt,
Piatt, represented
represented by
by Parker
Parker Milliken;
Milliken;Valley
ValleyAlhanThra
Alhambra Properties,
Properties, represented
representedby
byLinda
Linda
Northrup; and the parties' consultant ENVIRON, represented by Dr. George Linkletter and Eddy
Arslanian meet with you, Su
Arsianian
Su Han,
Han, David
David Young,
Young, and
and Arthur
Arthur Heath
Heathto
todiscuss
discussthe
theDeclaration
Declaration of
Dr. Linkletter in support of the Petition and the Request for Reconsideration.
you agreed to approve a proposal for a soil gas
After an extensive discussion,. ybu
investigation of the site located at 4900 Valley Boulevard
Boulevard ("On-Site
("On-Site Investigation")
Investigation") and
and an
offsite groundwater investigation on the adjacent property ("Off-Site Investigation") now owned
by Mirror Image, Inc. ("Mirror
("Minor Image, Inc. Site").
4009-700 (337830)
ATTORNEYS AT
ATTORNEYS
ATLA
LAW
W
TI-IIRTIETH
TI-URTIETH FLOOR
SO. FLOWER
FLOWER STREET.
STREET. LOS
LOS ANGELES,
ANGELES, CA
CA 9007
90071-2440
555 So,
1-2440
(213) 683-6500
683-6500-. FAX
FAX (213) 683-6669
WWW.PMCOS.COM
PARKER. MILLIKEN
A1TORNEYS AT LAW
Mr. David Bacharowski
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
November 17,
November
17,2008
2008
Page 2
Submitted with this letter is the proposal for both an On-site Investigation and Off-site
meeting.. ("ENVIRON
("ENVIRON
Investigation prepared by Environ in response to the October 14, 2008 meeting.
Proposal").
Given the extraordinary delays acknowledged by the Regional Water Board, this letter
approval of
of the'
the ENVIRON
tbe approval
confirms that the Regional Water Board agreed to give priority to the
forth
jn
the
ENVIRON
Proposal
Proposal, the evaluation of the results of the investigation set
and issuance of a No Further Action designation for the Site. We also understand that the
Regional Water Board is willing to issue a No Further Action designation as to the soils issues
such issuance.
separately if evidence presented supports such'issuance.
Valley Alhambra will coordinate'with
coordinate with ENVIRON to seek access to the Mirror Image Site
with the ENVIRON Proposal. In the event that
to conduct the Offsite Investigation consistent with
Offsite Investigation, the Regional
Mirror Image, Inc. refuses sufficient access to conduct the Offsite
Water Board agreed to take immediate legal or administrative action against Mirror Image, Inc.
Inc. to conduct or cooperate with ENVIRON to conduct the Offsite
ordering Mirror Image, 'Inc.
Investigation.
The ENVIRON Proposal, any documentation, reports or information submitted in
connection with the ENVIRON Proposal and any investigation or remediation activities do not
Alhambra or a wavier of Leggett
constitute an admission of liability by Leggett & PlaU or Valley Aihambra
& Platt's or Valley Alhambra's objections to the Order as set forth in Leggett & Platt's Petition
or Valley Alhambra's
Aihambra's joinder
joinder to
to the
the Petition, the Request for Reconsideration, or Parker
Milliken's letter submitted to the Regional Water Board on July 10, 2008. Further, neither this
letter nor the submission of the enclosed ENVIRON Proposal should be interpreted as a waiver
the Petition, which is currently held
of Leggett & Platt's or Valley Alhambra's right to reinstate the
in abeyance by the State Water Resources Control Board.
ENVIRON is prepared to commence
commence testing
testing within
within two
two weeks
weeks of
of approval the
ENVIRON proposal. We request your response no later than November 25, 2008.
/
ry truly yours,
./Joan C. Donnellan
'.Aoan
PARKER, MILLIKEN, CLARK,
O'I-IARA & SAMUELIAN
O'FIAP.A
JCD/da
Enclosures
PARKER M.ILLIKEN
PARKER'
A1TORNEYS A LAW
I
I
Mr. David Bacharowski
Quality Control Board
California Regional Water Quality
November 17, 2008
'
Page3
cc:.
cc:'.
Express
Ms. Jennifer Fordyce - Via Federal Express
Mr. Art Heath- Via Hand Delivery
Mr. David Young - Via I-land
Fland Delivery
Ms.Su Han - Via Hand Delivery
Ms. Linda Northrup - Via Federal Express
Mr. Gordon Biliheimer
Billheimer - Via U.S. Mail
Enclosures
w/o Enclosures
Mr. Eddie Arsianian
Arslanian - Via U.S. Mail .w/o
Mr. George Linkletter - Via U.S: Mail .w/o Enclosures
.
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ResourcesContre
Contr Board
StateV'.
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Board
State
Office of Chief Couusel
10011 Street, 22° Floor, Sacramento, California 95814
P0. Box100,
P.O.
Box100,Sacramento,
Sacramento. California
California 95812-0100
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341-5161 + FAX
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Linda S. Adams
Secretaty for
Secretay
Environmental Protection
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Governor
F Li...
July 14, 2008
Joan C. Donnellan, Esq.
Parker, Milliken, Clark, O'Hara
O'Hara &
& Samuelian
Samuelian
555 S. Flower Street, 3O Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2440
[email protected]:com ....................
[email protected]:com
Dear Ms. Dorneflan:
Dornellan:
PETITION OF LEGGETT & PLANT,.INCORPORATED
PLANT, INCORPORATED (WATER CODE SECTION 13267
LETTER DATED JUNE
JUNE 1.1,
11, 2008,
2008, REQUIRING
REQUIRING SUBMITTAL OF A WORK PLAN FOR 4900
4900
VALLEY BOULEVARD, LOS ANGELES, LOS ANGELES COUNTY), LOS ANGELES.WATER
BOARD: ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF. PETITION RECEIVED AND APPROVAL OF REQUEST
TO BE HELD IN ABEYANCE
SWRCBIOCC FILE
NLE A-I 936
This will acknowledge receipt
receipt of
of the
the above
above petition
petition on
on July
July10,
10,2008.
2008.You
Youhave
haveasked
askedthat
thatthe
the
State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) hold the matter in abeyance for an
unspecified period of time. We are happy to do so in hopes that the matter may be worked
out between you and the Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Water Board). We
will hold the matter in abeyance for two years from the date the petition was filed. If, by that
time, no resolution of the matter has taken place or the matter has not becOme
become the
the subject
subject of
of
an active dispute, you. may either request that the abeyance period be extend for another twoyear period, or the petition will be dismissed.
If you have any questions, please call me at (916) 341-5175.
IN ALL
IN
ALLFUTURE
FUTURECORRESPONDENCE,
CORRESPONDENCE, PLEASE
PLEASE REFER
REFERTo
To
936
FILE
A-I
SWRCBIOCC
FILE
A-I
936
SWRCB!OCC
Sincerely,
1?1
/'beth
'beth Miller J ings
Staff Counsel IV
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Joan C. Donnellan, Esq.
cc:
July 14, 2008
Julyl4,2008
Mr. Robert Anderson
Leggett & Platt; Incorporated
Number I Leggett Road
P.O. Box757
Carthage, MO 64836-0757
Mr. David Young [via email only]
Engineering GeOlogist
EngTheering
Geologist
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality
Control Board
320 West 4th Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Linda L. Northrup, Esq.
Northrup
Northrup Schluete.r
Schlueter
31365
31
365 Oak
Oak Crest
Crest Drive, Suite
Suite 250.
250
Westlake Village, CA 91361
°lnorthrupnsplc.co°m
lnorthrupnsplc.co'm
Michael J. Levy, Esq. (via email only]
Office of Chief Counsel
State Water Resources Control Board"
1001 I Street,
Street, 22nd
22 Floor [95814]
P.O. Box 100
P.O.BoxlOO
Sacramento, CA 95812-0100
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Mr. Gary J. Herman, Sr.
1201 S.
5. Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
only]
Jennifer L. Fordype, Esq. [via email onlyj
Office of Chief Counsel
State Water Resources Control Board
1001 I Street,022rd
Floor [95814]
Street, 22 Floor
P.O. Box 100
Sacramento, CA 95812-0100
garysrsdherman.
corn
garysrsdherman.com°
Ms. Tracy Egoscue [via email only]
Executive Officer
Offlcer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality
Control Board
320 West 4th Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90013
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Mr. David Bacharowski (via email only
only]
Officer
Assistant Executive Officer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality
Control Board
320 West 4th Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Ms. Deborah Smith (via
[via email only]
Assistant Executive Officer
Los Angeles Regional Water Quality
Control Board
320 West 4th Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Jeffery M. Ogata, Esq. [via email only]
Office of Chief Counsel
State Water Resources Control Board
22nd
1001 I Street,
Street, 22
Floor [95814]
P.O. Box 100
Sacramento, CA 95812-0100
Sacramento,.CA
Elizabeth Miller Jennings, Esq. [via email only]
Office of Chief Counsel
State Water Resources Control Board
1001 I Street, 22nd Floor [95814]
P.O. Box 100
Sacramento, CA 95812-0100 .
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Cal?fornia
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Arnold Schwarzenegge
Governor
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July 14, 2008
Linda L. Northrup, Esq.
Northrup Schlueter
31365 Oak Crest Drive, Suite 250
Westlake Village, CA 91361
91361
[email protected] corn
[email protected]
Dear Ms. Northrup:
PETITION OF VALLEY-ALHABp
PETITION OF VALLEY-ALHAMp PROPERTIES (WATER CODE
SECTI6N
SECTION 13267 LETTER
LETTER
DATED JUNE 11, 2008, REQUIRING
REQUIRING SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL OF
OFA
A WORK PLAN FOR 4900
4900
VALLEY
BOULEVARD LOS
BOULEVARD,
LOS ANGELES,
ANGELES, LOS ANGELES COUNTY),
LOS ANGELES WATER BOARD:
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF
OF PETITION.
PETITION RECEIVED AND APPROVAL
OF REQUEST TO BE
f-IELD
IN
ABEYANCE
HELD INABEYANCE
SWRCB/Occ
SWRCB/OCCFILE
FILE A-I
A-I 936(a)
This will acknowledge receipt of
of the
the .above
above petition on July 10, 2008. You have
asked that the
State Water Resources
Resources Control
Control Board (State
(State Water
Water Board)
Board) hold
hold the matter
rnatter in abeyance for an
tirne. We'are
Weare happy to do so in hopes that
unspecified period of time.
that the matter may be worked
out between you and the Regional Water Quality Control Board the rnatter rnay
(Regional Water Board). We
We
will hold the matter
rnatter in abeyance
abeyance for two years frorn
from the date the
the petition
petition was
filed.
was
filed.
If,
by
that
tirne,
no
resolution
of
the
time,
matter
rnatter has taken place or the rnatter
matter has not becorne
become the subject of
rnay either request that the abeyance
an active dispute, you may
abeyance period
period
be
extend
for another twoyear period, or the petition will be dismissed.
disrnissed.
If you
have any
you.h.ave
any questions,
questions, please call rne
me at (916) 341-5175.
341-5175.
II
IN ALL FUTURE
FUTURE CORRESPONDENCE.
CORRESPONDENCE PLEASE REFER
To
SWRCB/OCC
FILE A-I
SWRCB/OCC FILE
A-I936(a)
936(a)
I/I
Sincerely,.
izabeth Miller Jennings
Staff Counsel IV
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EnvironmejitalPrQtection
Caljfornia Environmental
Protection Agency
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Linda L. Northrup, Esq
cc-Mr.
ccMr.
July 14, 2008
Mr. David Young [via
email only]
only]
[va email
Engineering GeOlogist
Engineering
Geblogist
Los Angeles Regional Water
Water Quality
Quality
Control Board
320 West 4th Street, Suite 200
LosAngeles, CA 90013
ary.J. Herman, Sr
1201 S. Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
garysrsdhe.rman.com
[email protected]
Joan C. Donnellan, Esq.
Parker, Mifliken,
Milliken, Clark,
O'Hara & Samuelfan
Samuelian
30th
Floor
555 S.
5. Flower Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2440
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PARKER, MILLIKEN,
CLARK, O'HARA,
O'HARA, SAMUELIAN
SAMUELIAN
MILUKEN, CLARK,
A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
Direct Dia': (213) 683-6638
JOAN C,
C. DONNLLAN
E-mafl:
[email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
Novembefl7, 2008
Novembefl7,2008
VIA HAND DELIVERY
Attn: David Bacharowski
CALIFORNIA REGIONAL WATER
QUALITY CONTROL
QUALITY.
CONTROL BOARD
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90013
Re:
Request For Reconsideration re: Section 13267 Order
4900 Valley Aihambra
Alhambra Blvd Site (SLIC No 0967,Site ID 204DJ00)
Dear Mr. Bacharowksi:
Bacharowksj:
On June
June 11,
11, 2008,
2008, the
the California
California Regional
RegionalWater
WaterQuality
QualityControl
ControlBoard,
Board,LosAngeles
LosMgeles
Region ("Regional Water Board") issued a Section 13267
13267 Order
Order ("Order")
("Order") relating
relating to abovereferenced site. In response to the Order, Leggett & Platt Incorporated ("Leggett & Platt") filed
a Petition with the State Water
Water Resources
Resources Control
Control Board
Board pursuant
pursuantto
toWater
WaterCode
CodeSection
Section13320
13320
for review of the Order as well as a Request for Reconsideration concurrently filed with the
Regional Water Board.
The State Water Resources Control Board issued an Order holding the Petition in
the RegiOnalWater
WaterBoard.
Board.On
OnOctober
October14,
14,2008,
Abeyance pending negotiations with theRegiOnal
2008, Leggett
Leggett
& Platt, represented by Parker Milliken; Valley Alhambra Properties, represented by Linda
Northrup; and the parties' consultant ENVIRON, represented by Dr. George Linkletter and Eddy
Arslanian meet with you, Su Han, David Young, and Arthur Heath to liscuss
discussthe
theDeclaration
Declarationof
of
Dr. Linkletter in support of the Petition and the Requôst
Request for Reconsideration.
After an extensive discussion,. you agreed to approve a proposal for a soil gas
investigation of the site located at 4900 Valley Boulevard ("On-Site Investigation") and an
offsite groundwater investigation on the adjacent property ("Off-Site Investigation") now owned
by Mirror Image, Inc. ("Mirror Image, Inc. Site").
4009-700 (337830)
A1TORNEYS AT LAW
THIRTIETh FLOOR
555 SO. FLOWER STREET. LOS ANGELES, CA 9007 1-2440
(213) 683-6500
68365OD . FAX (213) 683-6669
WWW.PMCOS.COM
PARKER. MILLIKEN
A1TORNEYS AT LAW
ATrORNEYS
LAW
Mr. David Bacharowski
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
November 17, 2008
Page 2
Submitted with this letter is the
the proposal
proposal for
for both.
both: an,
an On-site Investigation, and Off-site
("ENVIRON
Investigation prepared by Environ in response to the October 14, 2008 meeting. ("ENVIRON
Proposal").
Given the extraordinary delays
delays acknowledged
acknowledged by the Regional Water Board, this letter
tlie approval
approval of
of the
the ENVIRON
ENVIRON
confirms that the Regional Water Board agreed to give priority to the
set forth
forth in
jn the
the ENVIRON Proposal
Proposal, the evaluation of the results of the investigation set
Site.
We
also
understand that the
and issuance of a No Further Action designation for the
Action
designation
designatign
as to the soils issues
Regional Water Board is willing
willing to
to issue
issue aa No
No Further
Further Action,
separately if evidence presented supports such issuance.
coordinate with
with ENVIRON
ENVIRON to
to seek access to the Mirror Image Site
Valley Alhambra will coordinate
that
with
the
ENVIRON
Proposal.
Proposal. In
In the
the event
event that
to conduct the Offsite Investigation consistent
conduct
the
Offsite
Investigation,
the
Regional
Mirror Image, Inc. refuses sufficient access to conduct
Water Board agreed to take immediate legal or administrative action against Mirror Image, Inc.
Mirror Image,
Image,Inc.
ordering Mirror
'Inc.to
to conduct
conduct or
or cooperate
cooperate with ENVIRON to conduct the Offsite
Investigation.
The ENVIRON Proposal, any documentation, reports or information submitted in
connection with the ENVIRON Proposal and any investigation or remediation activities do not
Aihambra or a wavier
wavier of
of Leggett
Leggett
constitute an admission of liability by Leggett & Platt or Valley Alhambra
forth
in
Leggett
&
Platt's
Petition
Petition
& Platt's or Valley Aihambra's
Alhambra's objections to the Order as set
.thePetition,
Petition, the
the Request
Request for
for Reconsideration,
Reconsideration, or Parker
or Valley Alhambra's
Aihambra'sjoinder
joindertoto.the
Milliken's letter submitted to the Regional Water Board on July 10, 2008. Further, neither this
Proposal should be interpreted as a waiver
letter nor the submission of the
the enclosed
enclosed ENVIRON
ENVIRON Proposal
of Leggett & Platt's or Valley Alhambra's right to reinstate the Petition, which is currently held
Board.
in abeyance by the State Water
Water Resources
Resources Control
Control Board.
ENVIRON is prepared to commence testing within two weeks of approval the
ENVIRON proposal. We request your response no later than November 25, 2008.
ry truly yours,
(1 tLL(/,O(2
C.Donnellan
Donnellan
4oan C.
'JJoan
PARKER, MILLJKEN, CLARK,
O'HARA & SAMUELIAN
JCD/da
JCDIda
Enclosures
PARKER M.ILLIKEN
PARKER
MILLIKEN
ATFORNEYS A LAW
Mr. David Bacharowski
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
November 17, 2008
Page3
cc:.
Ms. Jennifer Fordyce - Via Federal Express
Mr. Art Heath- Via Hand Delivery
Mr. David Young - Via Hand Delivery
Ms..Su
Ms
SuHan
Han--Via
ViaHand
Hand Delivery
Delivery
Ms. Linda Northrup - Via Federal Express
Mr. Gordon Biliheimer
Billheimer - Via U.S. Mail
Mr. Eddie Arslanian - Via U.S. Mail .w/o Enclosures
Mr. George Linklefter - Via U.S.
U.S: Mail
Mail .w/o
.w/o Enclosures
Enclosures
ENVIRON
November 14, 2008
David Young
California Regional Water Quality Control Board
Los Angeles Region
320 West Fourth Street, Suite 200
LosAngéles,
Los Angeles, California
California 90013
Re:
Work Plan for Additional Investigations
Alhambra
Valley Alham
bra Property
Property (SLIC
(SLIC No.
No. 967)
967)
4900 East Valley Boulevard
Los Angeles, California
Dear Mr. Young:
ENVIRON International Corporation (ENVIRON) submits this work plan to the California
Regional Water Quality Control Board - Los Angeles Region (LARWQCB) to perform additional
environmental investigations at the Valley Alhambra Property, 4900 East Valley Boulevard,
and
California (the "Site", see Figures 1 and 2). ENVIRON has been retained to prepare and
implement this work plan.
On June 11, 2008, the LARWQCB issued an Order requiring additional investigation including
soil gas testing at the Site and the vertical and lateral delineation of the chlorinated volatile
organic compounds (VOCs)
in ground
ground water
water among
among other
other requirements. Leggett &Platt
(V005) in
Incorporated filed a Petition and Request for Reconsideration with both the State Water
Further Action
Resources Control Board and the LARWQCB requesting the issuance of a No Further
(NFA) status. Valley Alhambra Properties filed a Partial Joinder in that Petition.
Representatives of Valley Alhambra and L&P, accompanied by ENVIRON, and representatives
issues
of the LARWQCB (including David Bacharowski) met on October 14, 2008 to discuss the issues
Linkletter.
by Dr.
Dr.
raised by the Petition and Request for Reconsideration as discussed at length by
David Bacharowski advised the parties that the LARWQCB wanted a soil gas study of the Site
and would issue a No Further Action designation for the soil if the soil gas study supported the
conclusion that potential VOC vapor intrusion risk at the Site would be within the acceptable risk
Mr.
management range consistent
consistent with
with unrestricted
unrestricted and/or
and/or commercial/industrial
commercial/industrialland
landuse.
use. Mr.
for
Bacharowski further advised the parties that LARWQCB wanted to receive a work plan for
investigation of the off-site location (formerly referred to as the Corradini property and now
from the
owned by Mirror Image, Inc.) to delineate the migration of chlorinated V005, if any, from
Site to the off-site location; the issuance of an NFA designation for the ground water at the Site
will depend on the results of the off-site Investigation.
OBJECTIVE
The objectives of the additional investigations presented in this work plan are to satisfy the
14th
meeting and to
requirements in the Order as limited by the LARWQCB at the October
obtain an NFA designation for the Site.
The objective of a post-remediation soil gas survey is to collect data that will be used to
evaluate potential volatile organic compound (VOC) vapor intrusion at the site, as
requested by the California Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental
Health Hazard Assessment in its letter dated April 17, 2006.
707 Wilshfre
Wilshire Boulevard, Suite
Suite 4950,
4950, Los
Los Angeles,
Angeles, CA
cA 90017
Fax: +1 213.943.6301
Tel: +1 213.943.6300
www.environcorp.com
Mr. David Young
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November 14, 2008
The objective of the off-site ground water investigation is to evaluate if the chlorinated
V005 from
VOCs
from the
the Site
Site migrated
migrated at actionable levels in the
the off-site
off-site ground
groundwater
water to the
southwest and west of the Site, on the property located at 4876 and 4880 Valley
Boulevard (formerly referred to as the Corradini property and now owned by Mirror
Image, Inc.). Ground water data collected from prior monitoring events, both prior to and
after implementation of soil and ground water remedial
remedial activities,
activities, have
have demonstrated
demonstrated
that chlorinated VOCs
functionally delineated in the northerly, easterly,
VOCShave
havebeen
beèñfühcfiôñaIlydèlinéaféd1n
eastèrly and
ñdP
southerly directions outside the source area and no additional delineation will be
necessary in that regard at this time.
SCOPE OF WORK
All activities proposed in
in this
this work
work plan
plan will
will be
be conducted
conducted under
underthe
thedirect
directsupervision
supervisionofofaa
California-registered Professional Engineer (Civil) and/or Professional Geologist. To implement
the work plan, ENVIRON will undertake four tasks, as described below:
Task 1: P re-Field Activities
As part of this task, ENVIRON will notify Underground Service Alert (USA) Dig Alert regarding
the proposed boring locations and coordinate with its subcontractors (e.g., utility locator,
concrete corer, driller, and analytical laboratory). In addition to the services provided by USA
Dig Alert, ENVIRON will retain a private utility locator to conduct a geophysical survey to mark
subsurface utility lines and potential obstructions.
ENVIRON will obtain permits for the ground water borings from the Los Angeles County
Department of Health Services and the necessary site access agreement from the property
located at 4876 and 4880 Valley Boulevard. ENVIRON will also update its previously prepared
site-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP) to perform the field tasks. The HASP is designed
to minimize exposure of ENVIRON field personnel to potentially hazardous materials.
Task 2: On-Site Soil Gas Survey
Soil gas sampling will
wilIbe
be performed
performed at 10 locations within the relatively small footprint
footprint of
of the
the
former VOC remediation area (less than 5,000 square feet) at the site. The approximate
locations of the proposed soil gas borings are shown on Figure 3. Concrete will be cored where
necessary. The soil gas contractor will advance the soil borings with a direct push-type rig,
thereby reducing drilling residuals.
residuals. Soil
Soil gas
gas samples
samples will
will be
be collected
collectedwith
withpre-cleaned
pie-cleaned syringes
syringes
from a depth of approximately 5 feet below ground surface (bgs) at each location. Since ground
water has been historically been measured at a depth of approximately 10 to 14 feet at the site,
deeper soil gas samples will not be collected.
Soil gas samples will be analyzed in a California state-certified on-site mobile laboratory for
V005 by
VOCs
byUnited
UnitedStates
States Environmental
Environmental Protection
Protection Agency
Agency (USEPA) Method 8260B or
equivalent. The soil gas survey will conform to the joint Department of Toxic Substances Control
and LARWQCB soil survey
survey advisory
advisory dated
dated January
January 28,
28, 2003.
2003.The
Thereporting
reportinglimits
limitsfor
forVOCs
V005 in
soil gas will be below the California Human Health Screening Levels (CHHSL)
commercial/industrial use scenario thresholds.
Prior to advancing the initial soil gas boring and between mobilizing to successive locations, the
direct push equipment will be decontaminated to minimize the potential for cross-contamination.
Decontamination water will be placed in Department of Transportation (DOT) - approved
55-gallon drums, appropriately labeled, and marked for subsequent disposal.
Mr. David Young
November 14, 2008
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Task 3: Off-Site Ground Water Sampling
ENVIRON proposes to collect grab ground water samples from five locations on the property
west of
of the
the
adjacent southwest and west
located at 4876 and 4880 Valley Boulevard, located to the adjacent
site (see Figures 4a1 and 4b) to address the LARWQCB's desire to determine if chlorinated
V005 in
VOCs
inground
ground water
water have
have migrated from the Site to
to the
the off-site location (Corradini/Mirror
Image property) at actionable levels. Bprings
Borings will
wifl be advanced using direct push drilling
accéThebôrihg
limited access
r1Thebôrihg
system in conjunction with a truck-mounted or track-mounted limited
expected to
to
will be hand augered to a depth of approximately 5 feet prior to drilling. Borings are expected
advance to depths of approximately three feet past first water, which is anticipated at
approximately 10 to 14 feet bgs based on previous water depth measurements. One grab
HydroPunch® or the
ground water sample will be collected from each boring by either HydroPunch®
installation of temporary wells, as appropriate. These ground water samples will be collected
which is
is
according to the procedures outlined in Grab Ground Water Sampling Protocol, which
included as Appendix A.
organic analysis
analysis (VOA)
(VOA) vials
vials
volatile organic
Ground water samples will be collected in 40-milliliter (ml) volatile
preserved with hydrochloric acid, labeled, and placed in a cooler with ice pending shipment to a
stationary California State-certified laboratory at the completion of each day of fieldwork.
Method 8260B on a 5 to 7
Ground water samples will
will be
be analyzed
analyzed for
for VOCs
V005 by
by USEPA
USEPA Method
equipment,
business days turnaround basis. For QC purposes, ENVIRON will collect duplicate, equipment,
and trip blank samples, as needed, for each day of field work.
Following the ground water sampling activities, the borings will be backfilled with bentonite grout
and patched with asphalt or concrete on the surface to match the existing ground surface. Soil
cuttings and wastewater will be placed in 55-gallon drums and brought back to the site for
subsequent disposal.
Task 4: Data Evaluation and Report Preparation
water data will be evaluated and
Upon completion of field activities, the soil gas and ground water
recommendations for next steps.
incorporated into a report with appropriate conclusions and recommendations
The soil gas data will be compared to CHHSLs and, if necessary, a vapor intrusion evaluation
will be completed to further evaluate potential vapor intrusion at the site. The ground water data
data collected from the site.
will be evaluated along with the prior ground water monitoring data
Depending on the schedule for the sampling activities, it may be logical to prepare separate
reports for the on-site soil gas survey and off-site ground water
water investigations. The report(s) will
be submitted to the RWQCB for and electronically uploaded to the State's Spills, Leaks, and
Investigations Cleanup (SLIC) Program database per the LARWQCB's requirements.
WORK PLAN SCHEDULE
Upon receipt of the LARWQCB's approval to proceed with the Work Plan, ENVIRON can
conduct the tasks described above in the tentative schedule listed below:
Task Description
Schedule
Task 1
I --PPre-field
re-field Activities
I to 2 weeks, contingent on the driller's availability
Task 2 - On-Site Soil Gas Survey
I day of field work
4 days for laboratory analyses
1 Figures 4a and 4b are the same except Figure 4a depicts the aerial backdrop.
Mr. David Young
-4-
November 14, 2008
Task Description
Task 3 - Off-Site Ground Water Sampling
Task 4 Data Evaluation and Report
Preparation
Schedule
I to 2 days of field work
2 weeks for laboratory analyses
4 weeks upon receipt of analytical data
CLOSING
Upon receipt of the LARWQCB's written approval of the work plan, ENVIRON can begin its
implementation. If you have
have any
any questions,
questions, please
please call
call George
GeorgeLinkletter
Linkletterat
at949.798.3601
949.798.3601 or
Eddie Arslanian at 213.943.6326.
Very truly yours,
George 0. Linkletter, PhD, P
Senior Vice President and
and Pri
Pri
Ed.ie Arslanian, PE
Se ior
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Manager
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ATTACHMENT A
Grab Ground Water Sampling Protocol
GRAB GROUND WATER SAMPLING PROTOCOL
1.0 INTRODUCTION
This-protocoIdescribes-the-proced uresto-befolIowedduring-eolIectionof 'g rab"-ground
water samples using the Enviro Probe, HydroPunch, temporary well point, and/or
sampling inside the augers. These tools and methods are generally used to collect
ground water samples for chemical analysis during ground water screening programs,
and in some cases to measure water levels or pore pressure at discrete depths.
A DAILY FIELD RECORD will be completed for each day of fieldwork, and the project
manager will keep the original form in the project files after review. Soil borings drilled
in conjunction with the collection of discrete-depth ground water samples will be in
drilled in accordance with the protocol DRILLING AND DESTRUCTION OF SOIL
BORINGS. Ground water samples collected for chemical analysis will be handled in
accordance with the SAMPLING ANALYSIS PLAN.
The procedures presented herein are intended to be of general use and, where
necessary, may be supplemented by a work plan and/or health and safety plan. As the
work progresses, and if warranted, appropriate revisions may be made by the project
manager. Detailed procedures in this protocol may be superseded by applicable
agency requirements.
2.0 SAMPLING EQUIPMENT
The Enviro Probe, HydroPunch, temporary well point, and/or sampling inside the
augers, can be used with several subsurface exploration methods, including hollow
stem auger drilling, mud rotary drilling, and cone penetrometer testing (CPT). Selection
of the appropriate sampling tool should be based on anticipated field conditions such as
the site hydrogeology (e.g., depth of sampling location below the water table, soil grain
size, and estimated permeability), and type of subsurface exploration method employed.
If required, permits for drilling soil borings will be acquired from the appropriate agency
or agencies before the drilling is initiated. An underground utility check wilt,
will, at a
minimum, consist of contacting a local utility alert service, if available.
2.1
Enviro Probe
The Enviro Probe consists of a stainless steel drive point with a retractable outer sleeve;
a stainless steel, wire-cloth filter; various viton rubber 0-rings; and a flexible viton
rubber seal (septum) at the upper end of the probe, as shown in the figure ENVIRO
PROBE SCHEMATIC. The rubber septum provides a watertight seal that prevents
water from readily entering or existing the top of the probe. The filter is attached to the
inside body of the probe and is protected by the retractable outer sleeve. The sample
reservoir is part of a separate assembly, as discussed in Section 3.1. The tool can be
disassembled readily for cleaning between sampling events.
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ENVIRON
2.2
HydroPunch
The HydroPunch consists of a drive point, a stainless steel screen section, a sample
reservoir integral with the tool body, and assorted 0-rings and check valves to create
watertight seals between the various components. Two models of the HydroPunch
have been developed, HydroPunch I and HydroPunch II, each having slightly different
designs and/or component parts. All components are made of stainless steel, Teflon, or
other-relativelyinert-materials:---Thetooftan--be-disassemble-d--easily-for-cInii-other-relativelyinert-materials:--The-iooftan--be-disassemble-d--easily-for-clnjri--gbetween sampling events.
2.3
Temporary Well Point
Installation of a temporary well point is similar to installation of a permanent monitoring
well. A PVC well (comprised of 2-inch diameter well screen
screen and riser; well screen
screen
typically is 5-foot long) is emplaced inside the augers to the desired depth. A gravel
pack is emplaced surrounding the well screen to approximately 2 feet above the well
screen as the augers are slowly pulled from the borehole, leaving the approximately
5-foot long well screen and surrounding gravel pack in the targeted water-bearing zone.
2.4
Sampling Inside the Hollow Stem
Stem Auger
Auger
If it is not feasible to obtain
obtain aa grab
grab ground
ground water
water sampling
sampling using
using either
eitherHydroPunch
HydroPunch or
temporary well points, grab ground water samples also can be collected directly from
inside the augers.
3.0 SAMPLING METHODS
Installation of the Enviro Probe or HydroPunch generally follows the same procedure. A
target sample interval (target zone) is usually identified prior to collecting a sample.
When sampling while using conventional drilling methods, the soil boring is advanced to
to
a depth immediately above the target zone prior to installing the sampling tool. The
sampling tool is attached to one of several different types of standard drilling rods
(minimum 1-inch inside diameter for the Enviro Probe), lowered to the bottom of the
existing borehole, and advanced (driven or pushed) approximately 2 to 4 feet into
undisturbed formation. Internal
Internal seals
seals and/or
and/or check
check valves
valves create
create aa water
water tight
tight sampling
sampling
tool while in the closed position, so that the Enviro Probe or HydroPunch can be used
used in
in
fluid filled boreholes.
After the sampling tool is emplaced at the target sample depth, the outer sleeve is
retracted approximately 1 to 1.5 feet (generally 1 foot of retraction for the Enviro Pro
and 1.5
1 .5feet
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theHydroPunch).
HydroPunch).As
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retracted,
subsurface friction keeps the drive point in place, exposing the screen section, and
allowing water to enter the sampling tool.
3.1
Enviro Probe Sampling Procedure
Ground water samples are
are collected
collected by
by lowering
lowering the
the appropriate
appropriate ground
ground water
water
monitoring system (GMS) tool down the drive rod (i.e., drill rod). The GMS tools
tools consist
consist
of a pore pressure transducer unit (i.e. an in situ pressure transducer with a cable of
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ENVIRON
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