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Any leaking underground storage tank site may enter into the UECA-LUST Program; however, this program is most beneficial for more complicated sites that may have free product, extensive or deep soil contamination, groundwater contamination, or vapor intrusion impacts. Because a land use covenant restricting certain future property uses will be required to control the risks/exposures, property owners, whether the UST owner or not, must agree to any potential property use restrictions.
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In some cases, emergency response actions must be taken immediately without waiting for government approval or oversight. Initial actions are all focused on protecting public health, safety, and the environment. Under most state regulations, the operator or owner has specific time frames to conduct initial response actions, submit reports, complete an initial site characterization, and conduct free product removal. It is important that LUST personnel reinforce these required targets in the event that an enforcement action becomes necessary.
Site characterization is the process by which site-specific information and data are gathered from a variety of sources to characterize the physical, biological, and chemical systems at a contaminated site. A conceptual site model (CSM) integrates all lines of evidence into a three- dimensional picture of site conditions that illustrates contaminant distributions, release mechanisms, migration routes, exposure pathways, and potential receptors. The CSM uses a combination of text and graphics to portray both known and hypothetical information. The CSM documents current site conditions and is supported by maps, cross-sections, and site diagrams that illustrate human and environmental exposure through contaminant release and migration to potential receptors. Frequently, a CSM may be presented as a site map and/or developed as a flow diagram which describes potential migration of contaminants to sit. The CSM synthesizes data acquired from historical research, site characterization, and remediation system operation.
When a large quantity of product has been released, pure gasoline or fuel is often found floating on the groundwater surface. This free-floating petroleum is referred to as Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL). The thickness of the LNAPL layer must be accurately gauged with an oil or water interface probe. Thickness of the LNAPL will vary considerably as the groundwater table rises and falls and the product either saturates or evacuates from the surrounding soil particles. To fully characterize LNAPL thicknesses, it is best to collect measurements at various times of the year to account for seasonal groundwater fluctuations in LNAPL depths. Before any remedial action is conducted to remove the LNAPL, it is important to quantify the mass or volume of the product, evaluate the LNAPL mobility, consider any vapors that may partition from the product, and evaluate the exposure pathways of the LNAPL. These are unique considerations regarding cleanup of sites impacted with LNAPL. Federal regulations require that any free product identified during the LNAPL assessment be removed from the ground and properly managed.
Remediation methods for liquids or vapors include free-product recovery as well as passive and active single-phase and multi-phase recovery. Depending on site conditions, it may be possible to collect free product passively, as opposed to using active methods that rely on electricity or pneumatic devices. Passive product collection may be just as effective as active remediation while having significantly lower operational costs and electrical demands and producing lower greenhouse gas emissions. Examples of passive remediation methods may include skimmers, absorbent socks, or floating oil/water separators. Examples of active remediation systems may include soil vapor extraction or ground water pumping with activated carbon treatment. For soil, some treatment methods require excavation of the soil (ex situ treatment) while others allow soil to remain in place (in situ treatment) for procedures such as in situ oxidation or bioremediation. Excavated soil may even be reused in the making of asphalt.