Document Details


Title:
RCRA Facility Investigation Plan for East Fork Poplar Creek and the Oak Ridge Sewer Line Beltway U.S. DOE Y-12 Plant Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Author(s):
Subject Terms:
Contaminants; East Fork Poplar Creek; Environmental Effects; Groundwater; Hydrogeology; Mercury; RCRA; Sediment; Sewer Line; Surface Water
Document Location:
DOE INFORMATION CENTER 1 Science.gov Way, Oak Ridge, TN 37831; Eva Butler; Phone: 865-241-4780; Toll-Free: 800-382-6938, Option 6; FAX: 865-574-3521; Email: doeic@oro.doe.gov
Document Categories:
Health, Safety and Environment\Public Health and Safety
Document Type:
REPORT
Publication Date:
1988 Dec 31
Declassification Status:
Never classified
Document Pages:
104
Accession Number:
ORF02028
Document Number(s):
Y/TS-366
Originating Research Org.:
Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant
OpenNet Entry Date:
1995 Apr 14
Description/Abstract:
Released under Phase II of the Oak Ridge Health Studies Agreement. Recently, as part of a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act permit for the Oak Ridge Reservation, the U.S. Deparatment of Energy agreed to further investigate contamination resulting from Y-12 Plant Solid Waste Management Unit (New Hope Pond) releases of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents to East Fork Poplar Creek and its floodplain via a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Facility Investigation and to perform corrective measures, if necessary. The U.S. Department of Energy also agreed to evaluate the City of Oak Ridge Sewer Line Beltway, which was constructed in 1982-1983 and was backfilled in places with East Fork Poplar Creek floodplain soils and creek sediments. This document is the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Facility Investigation Plan for East Fork Poplar Creek and the Oak Ridge Sewer Line Beltway. Existing data derived from the Oak Ridge Task Force and other sources are summarized and evaluated. In addition, further data needs related to assessing contamination in East Fork Poplar Creek and its floodplain and in the City of Oak Ridge Sewer Line Beltway are identified, and a plan is presented which proposes in detail the manner in which further investigations will be conducted.


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