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SITE SUMMARYREPORT
FINAL
MARINE CORPSBASE
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
-
Contract
No. 162470-83-B-6101
Prepared
Naval
For:
Facilities
Engineering
Atlantic
Division
Prepared
Command
By:
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERINGI INC.
Plymouth Xeeting,
Pennsylvania
ESE PROJECT NO. 49-02036
September 1990
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
(CONT.II PAGE 2 0~ 5)
Section
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3-38
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
3-38
3-38
3-40
3-40
SITE 21 - TRANSFORMERSTORAGELOT 14Q
3-41
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3-41
3-43
3-46
3-52
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 22 - INDUSTRIAL AREA TANK FARM
3-53
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
3-53
3-53
3-57
3-57
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATIONS
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 24 - INDUSTRIAL AREA FLY ASH DUMP
3-59
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.7.3
3.7.4
3-59
3-59
3-69
3-70
SITE
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.3
3.8.4
3.9
PIT
SJTE 9 - FIRE FIGHTING TRUNG
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
28 - HADNOT POINT
BURN DUMP
3-71
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
3-71
3-71
3-83
3-84
SITE 30 - SNEADSFERRY ROAD FUEL TANK SLUDGE
BlFEB
3-86
3.9.1
3.9.2
3.9.3
3.9.4
3-86
3-86
3-93
3-93
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
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Section
3.10
3.11
3.12
SITE 35 - CAMP GEIGER AREA FUEL FARM
3-94
3.10.1
3.10.2
3.10.3
3.10.4
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSTIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
3-94
3-94
3-101
3-102
CA P GEIGER AREA DUMPNEAR SEWAGE
SITE 36
TREATMENT
3-103
3.11.1
3.11.2
3.11.3
3.11.4
3-103
3-108
3-113
3-113
SITE 41 - CAMP GEIGER DUMPNEAR FORMERTRAILER
PARK
3.12.1
3.12.2
3.12.3
3.12.4
3.13
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 45 - CAMPBELLSTREET UNDERGROUND
FUEL
STORAGEAREA
3.13.1
3.13.2
3.13.3
3.13.4
3.14
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
3-115
3-11s
3-120
3-124
3-126
3-127
3-127
3-132
3-135
3-136
SITE 48 - MCAS MERCURYDUMP
3-137
3.14.1
3.14.2
3.14.3
3.14.4
3-137
3-137
3-139
3-139
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
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3.15
SITE 54 - CRASH CREWFIRE TRAINING BURN PIT
3.15.1
SITE BACKGROUND
3.15.2
SITE INVESTIGATION
3.15.3
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
3.15.4
RECOMMENDATIONS
3-140
3-140
3-140
3-149
3-149
3.16
SITE 68 - BSFLE RANGEDUMP
3-150
3.16.1
3.16.2
3.16.3
3.16.4
3-150
3-154
3-154
3-156
3.17
3.18
3.19
3.20
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 69 - RIFLE RANGECHEMICAL DUMP
3-157
3.17.1
3.17.2
3.17.3
3.17.4
3-157
3-163
3-164
3-168
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 73 - COURTHOUSEBAY LIOUIDS DISPOSAL AREA
3-169
3.18.1
3.18.2
3.18.3
3.18.4
3-169
3-169
3-176
3-178
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 74 - MESS HALL GREASEDISPOSAL AREA
3-179
3.19.1
3.19.2
3.19.3
3.19.4
3-179
3-183
3-186
3-186
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
SITE 75 - MCAS BASKETBALL COURT SITE
3-189
3.20.1
3.20.2
3.20.3
3.20.4
3-189
3-189
3-194
3-194
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
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Section
3.21
3.21.1
3.21.2
3.21.3
3.21.4
3.22
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
3-195
3-195
3-195
3-196
3-196
SITE A - MCAS (H) OFFICER-S HOUSING AREA
3-197
3.22.1
3.22.2
3.22.3
3.22.4
3-197
3-197
3-202
3-202
SITE BACKGROUND
SITE INVESTIGATION
SUMMARYAND CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
APPENDICES
APPENDIX A --TARGET ANALYTES AND ABBREVIATIONS
V
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l-l
l-2
l-3
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
6-l
6-2
6-3
Site 1 -French
Creek
Groundwater
Samples
OF TABLES
Liquids
Disposal
3-7
Site
1 - French Creek
Surface
Water Samples
Liquids
Site 1 - French Creek
Sediment
Samples
Liquids
Disposal
Area
3-9
Disposal
Area
3-9
Site 2 - Former Nursery/Day
Groundwater
Samples
Care
Site 2 - Former Nursery/Day
Surface
Water Samples
Care
Site 2 - Former Nursery/Day
Soil/Sediment
Samples
Care
Site
Soil
Care
2 - Former
Samples
Area
Nursery/Day
Center
(Bldg.
712).
3-18
Center
(Bldg.
712)
3-19
Center
(Bldg.
712)
3-20
Center
(Bldg.
712)
3-22
Site
6 - Storage
Samples
Lots
Site 6 - Storage
Water Samples
Lots
Site 6 - Storage
Samples
Lots
6 - Storage
Lots
201 and 203,
Groundwater
3-29
201 and 203,
Surface
3-31
201 and 203,
Sediment
3-32
201 and 203,
Soil
Samples
3-33
6-4
Site
9-l
Site 9 - Fire
Samples
21-1
Site 21 - Transformer
Samples
Storage
21-2
Site
21 - Transformer
Storage
Lot
140,
Soil
Samples
3-45
21-3
Site
21 - Transformer
Storage
Lot
140,
Soil
Samples
3-47
Fighting
Training
Pit,
Groundwater
3-39
Lot
140,
Groundwater
3-44
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(CONT'D
21-4
Site
22-1
Site 22 - Industrial
Samples
Area
Site 24 - Industrial
Samples
Area
Site
24 - Industrial
Water Samples
Area Fly
Site
24 - Industrial
Samples
Area
24-l
24-2
24-3
28-i
--
21 - Transformer
OF TABLES
PAGE 2 0~ 3)
Storage
Lot
Tank
140,
Farm,
Soil
3-55
Fly
Ash Dump,
Groundwater
3-64
Ash Dump,
Surface
3-67
Fly
Ash Dump,
Sediment
3-68
Site
28 - Hadnot
Samples
Point
Burn
Dump,
Groundwater
3-76
Site
28 - Hadnot
Point
Burn
Dump,
Surface
28-3
Site
28 - Hadnot
Point
Burn
Dump,
Sediment
30-l
Site
30 - Sneads Ferry
Groundwater
Samples
36-l
Site
35 - Camp Geiger
Samples
Foad Fuel
Tank
Water
Samples
Sludge
3-79
3-82
Samples
Area,
3-92
Area
Fuel
Farm,
Groundwater
3-99
Site
Plant
36 - Camp Geiger
Dump Area Near
(STP),
Groundwater
Samples
Sewage Treatment
Site
Plant
36 - Camp Geiger
(STP),
Sediment
Dump Area
Samples
Sewage Treatment
41-1
Site
41 - Camp Geiger
Dump,
Groundwater
41-2
Site
41 - Camp Geiger
Dump,
Surface
41-3
Site
41 - Camp Geiger
Dump,
Sediment
45-l
Site 45 - Campbell
Street
Fuel Farm and MCAS Air
Refueling
Area, Groundwater
Samples
36-2
3-48
Groundwater
28-2
35-1
Samples
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3-110
Near
3-114
3-121
Samples
Water
3-123
Samples
3-125
Samples
Field
3-133
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(CONT.D
OF TABLES
PAGE 3 OF 3)
Table
54-1
Site 54 - Crash
Samples
Crew Fire
Site 54 - Crash
Samples
Crew Fire
Site 69 - Rifle
Samples
Range
Site 69 - Rifle
Samples
Range
69-3
Site
Range
73-l
Site 73 - Courthouse
Groundwater
Samples
Bay Liquids
Site 73 - Courthouse
Sediment
Samples
Bay Liquids
54-2
69-l
69-2
73-2
74-1
74-2
69 - Rifle
Training
Burn
Pit,
Groundwater
3-145
Training
Burn
Pit,
Sediment
3-148
Chemical
Dump,
Groundwater
3-164
Chemical
Dump,
Surface
Water
3-166
Chemical
Dump,
Sediment
Disposal
Samples
3-167
Area,
3-175
Disposal
Area,
3-177
Site 74 - Mess Hall
Samples
Grease
Site
74 - Mess Hall
Samples
Grease
Disposal
Area,
Groundwater
3-185
Disposal
Area,
Soil
Boring
3-187
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1
Site
2
Surface
Water
Drainage
Sub-Basin
at MCAS New River
2-2
3
Surface
Water
Drainage
Sub-Basin
at Hadnot
2-3
l-l
Sampling
Disposal
1-2
l-3
l-4
2-l
2-2
2-3
2-4
6-l
6-2
6-3
6-4
Location
OF FIGURES
Map
Locations,
Area
Site
1 -
French
Creek
Point
Liquids
3-2
Geologic
Liquids
Cross Section,
Disposal
Area
Geologic
Liquids
Cross Section
Disposal
Area
Site
1 - French
Creek
.
3-3
Location,
Site
1 - French
Creek
3-4
Groundwater
Contour
French Creek Liquids
Map - Shallow
Aquifer,
Disposal
Area
Sampling
Center
Locations,
Site
Geologic
Center
Cross
2 - Former
Site
1 3-5
Nursery/Day
Care
3-13
Section,
Site
2 - Former
Nursery/Day
3-14
Geologic
Cross Section
Location,
Nursery/Day
Care Center
Site
Groundwater
Contour
Former Nursery/Day
Aquifer,
2 - Former
3-15
Map, Shallow
Care Center
Sampling
Locations,
Sites
and 203 and Fire Fighting
Site
Lots
6 and 9 - Storage
Training
Pit
Geologic
Cross Section
Location,
Lots 201 and 203 and Fire Fighting
2 3-16
6 and 9 - Storage
Training
Pit
Geologic
Cross Section,
Sites
201 and 203 and Fire Fighting
Groundwater
9Storage
Pit
Care
201
3-25
Lots
Sites
6 and 9 - Storage
Training
Pit
3-26
3-27
Contour
Map - Shallow
Aquifer,
Sites
6 and
Lots 201 and 203 and Fire Fighting
Training
3-28
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Fieures
21-1
22-l
24-l
24-2
24-3
I
Sampling
Locations,
Area Tank Farm
Site
Sampling
Dump
Site
Locations,
Geologic
Cross
Ash Dump
Geologic
Area Fly
Site
Industrial
Area
24 - Industrial
Location,
Fly
Ash
Area
Fly
Contour
Area Fly
Map - Shallow
Ash Dump
Geologic
Dump
Cross
Site
24 - Industrial
3-62
Site
Section,
Aquifer,
28 - Hadnot
Site
Point
28 - Hadnot
Site
24 -
3-63
Burn
Dump
3-72
Point
Burn
3-73
Geologic
Cross Section
Point
Burn Dump
Groundwater
Hadnot
Point
Location,
Site
Contour
Map - Shallow
Burn Dump
Sampling
Area
Locations,
Geologic
Area
Cross
Geologic
Training
Cross
Area
28 - Hadnot
3-74
Site
Aquifer,
Site
28 3-75
30 - Combat
Town Training
3-87
Section,
Site
30 - Combat
Town Training
3-88
Section
Groundwater
Contour
Combat Town Training
Location,
Site
30 - Combat
Town
3-89
Map - Shallow
Area
X
f
Point
24 - Industrial
Cross Section
Ash Dump
28-2
30-4
22 - Hadnot
3-61
Locations,
30-3
Storage
3-54
Section,
Sampling
30-2
21 - Transformer
3-60
28-l
._ 28-3
Site
3-42
Groundwater
Industrial
30-l
I
Locations,
24-4
28-4
i
Sampling
Lot 140
Aquifer,
Site
30 -
3-90
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OF FIGURES
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Site
35 - Camp Geiger
Fieures
35-1
35-2
35-3
35-4
36-l
36-2
36-3
36-4
i
36-5
41-1
41-2
Sampling
Farm
Locations,
Section,
Site
Location,
Site
Contour
Map - Shallow
Area Fuel Farm
Site
35 - Camp Geiger
Aquifer,
Site
35 -
3-98
36 - Camp Geiger
Area
Dump
3-104
Site
36 - Camp Geiger
Geologic
Cross Section
Area Dump (Near STP)
Location,
Site
36 - Camp Geiger
3-106
Contour
Map - Shallow
Area Dump (Near STP)
Sampling
Locations,
(Near STP)
Area
3-105
Site
Aquifer,
Site
Area
Dump
3-109
Sampling
Locations,
Site
Former Trailer
Park)
41 - Camp Geiger
Dump (Near
3-116
Geologic
Cross Section,
Site
(Near Former Trailer
Park)
41 - Camp Geiger
41-4
Groundwater
Camp Geiger
3-118
Site 41 - Camp
Park)
Contour
Map - Shallow
Aquifer,
Site
Dump (Near Former Trailer
Park)
Site
Dump
3-117
Geologic
Cross Section
Location,
Geiger
Dump (Near Former Trailer
Sampling
Locations,
Fuel Storage
Area
36 -
3-107
36 - Camp Geiger
41-3
45-l
Area
3-97
Geologic
Cross Section,
Dump (Near STP)
Groundwater
Camp Geiger
35 - Camp Geiger
3-96
Geologic
Cross Section
Area Fuel Farm
Site Location,
(Near STP)
Fuel
3-95
Geologic
Cross
Fuel Farm
Groundwater
Camp Geiger
Area
45 - Campbell
Street
41 -
3-119
Underground
3-128
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.
Geologic
Cross Section,
Underground
Fuel Storage
OF FIGURES
PAGE 4 0f 6)
Site 45 - Campbell
Area
45-3
Geologic
Cross Section
Location,
Street
Underground
Fuel Storage
45-4
Groundwater
Contour
Map - Shallow
Campbell
Street
Underground
Fuel
48-l
Site
54-1
Sampling
Burn Pit
Locations,
54-2
Geologic
Training
Cross Section;Site
Burn Pit
Location,
MCAS New River
Site
Site
Area
3-129
45 - Campbell
3-130
Aquifer,
Storage
Mercury
Site
Area
45 3-131
3-138
Dump
54 - Crash
Crew Fire
Training
3-141
54 - Crash
Crew Fire
3-142
54-3
Geologic
Cross Section
Fire Training
Burn Pit
54-4
Groundwater
Contour
Map - Shallow
Crash Crew Fire Training
Burn Pit
68-l
Sampling
Locations,
68-2
Geologic
Cross
Section,
68-3
Geologic
Dump
Cross
Section
68-4
Groundwater
Rifle
Range
69-l
Sampling
Locations,
69-2
Geologic
Chemical
Cross
Dump
Section
69-3
Geologic
Chemical
Cross
Dump
Section
Site
Street
Location,
Site
54 - Crash
Aquifer,
Range
68 - Rifle
Location,
3-143
54 3-144
68 - Rifle
Site
Site
Crew
Site
3-151
Dump
Range
3-152
Dump
68 - Rifle
Range
3-153
Contour
Dump
Map - Shallow
Aquifer,
Site
68 3-155
Site
69 - Rifle
M-M',
Site
Range
Chemical.
69 - Rifle
Dump
3-158
Range
3-159
M--M",
Site
xii
69 - Rifle
Range
3-160
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Fieures
69-4
69-5
73-l
73-2
73-3
73-4
74-l
74-2
74-3
74-4
75-1
75-2
75-3
75-4
Geologic
Cross
Range Chemical
Gtoundwatet
Rifle
Range
Section
Dump
Contour
Chemical
Sampling
Disposal
Locations,
Area
Geologic
Disposal
Cross
Area
Location,
Map - Shallow
Dump
Site
69 3-162
Bay Liquid
Site
73 - Courthouse
Bay Liquid
3-171
Site
73 - Courthouse
3-172
Contour
Map - Shallow
Aquifer,
Bay Liquid
Disposal
Area
Locations,
Area
Geologic
Control
Cross
Area
Groundwater
Grease Pit
Site
3-170
Section,
Sampling
Control
Geologic
and Pest
Aquifer,
73 - Courthouse
Geologic
Cross Section
Location,
Bay Liquid
Disposal
Area
Groundwater
Courthouse
69 - Rifle
3-161
Site
74 - Grease
Pit
Site
73 3-173
and Pest
3-180
Section,
Site
74 - Grease
Pit
and Pest
3-181
Cross Section
Control
Area
Contour
and Pest
Location,
Site
74 - Grease
Pit
3-182
Map - Shallow
Control
Area
Aquifer,
Site
74 3-184
Sampling
Locations,
Sites
75 and 76 - MCAS Basketball
Court and Curtis
Road Sites
3-190
Geologic
Cross Section,
Court and Curtis
Road
Sites
Sites
3-191
Geologic
Cross
MCAS Basketball
Location,
and Curtis
Section
Court
75 and 76 - MCAS Basketball
Sites
75 and 76 Road Sites
Groundwater
Contour
Map - Shallow
Aquifer,
Court and Curtis
and 76 - MCAS Basketball
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I
Site
Sites
75
Road Sites
3-192
3-193
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A-l
A-2
A-3
A-4
Sampling
Area
Geologic
Housing
Geologic
Officers'
Locations,
Site
OF FIGURES
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A - MCAS (H) Officers'
Housing
3-198
Cross
Area
Section,
A - MCAS (H)
Officers'
3-199
Cross Section
Housing
Area
Groundwater
Contour
HCAS (H) Officers'
Site
Location,
Site
A - MCAS (H)
3-200
Map - Shallow
Housing
Area
xiv
Aquifer,
Site
A 3-201
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AOC
Area
AVGAS
Aviation
BLS
Below
CERCLA
Comprehensive
1.02-09/O
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OF ACRONYMS
of Concern
gas
Land
Surface
Environmental
Compensation,
and Liability
Ordnance
Act
EOD
Explosive
FMF
Fleet
GW
Groundwater
HOLF
Helicopter
HPIA
Hadnot
HTH
Calcium
Hypochlorite
IAS
Initial
Assessment
LANTDIV
Atlantic
MCAS
Marine
Corps
Air
MCB
Marine
Corps
Base
MCOLF
Marine
Corps
Outlying
MSL
Mean Sea Level
NACIP
Navy Assessment
NRQ
O&G
Analysis
Oil
OLF
Outlying
POL
Petroleum,
RI
Remedial
Investigation
RI/FS
Remedial
Investigation/Feasibility
SE
Sediment
STP
Sewage Treatment
SW
Surface
USEPA
United
States
Environmental
USGS
United
States
Geological
Marine
Response,
of
1980
Demolition
Force
Outlying
Point
Landing
Industrial
Area
Study
Division
not
Field
of
the
Naval
Facilities
Engineering
Station
.
Landing
and Control
Field
of
Installation
Pollutants
requested
and grease
Volatile
Landing
oil
Field
and lubricants
Study
Plant
water
Organic
Protection
Survey
Compounds
xv
Agency
Command
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-0910
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1.0
1.1
PURPOSE OF REPQBT
The Atlantic
issued
Division
of the
a modification
prepare
Marine
Remedial
produced
Corps
the
(AOC),
indicate
analytical
to date
Base
describe
The initial
and Air
issued
Science
and Engineering,
initiated
and data
Industrial
Area,
initiation
of
the
has been
adapted
Agency
(USEPA)
guidance
Compensation,
1.2
1983.
Based
of
this
of
of
Study
action.
Installation
(IAS)
results
Report
of
further
Study
quality
the
conducted
of
the
IAS,
to Environmental
contract
were
At the
was prepared
the
Hadnot
Hadnot
in
1988.
Point
was conducted
environmental
at
All
Study.
to United
conducting
Act
report
of concern
1984 and 1987.
Step
of
1980
are
to:
l-l
data
22 AOCs within
nomenclature
States
Comprehensive
RI OBJECTIVES
The objectives
in
RI will
rounds
Study
on this
at
by O'Brien
1988.
to conform
and Liability
of
on the
Efforts
conducted
for
all
for
> Confirmation
1983.
Interim
areas
summarize
Assessment
Groundwater
Confirmation
Study
Initial
groundwater
a summary
investigations
sites
the
and Control
a Characterization
in December
contaminated
recommendations
were generated
the
presents
field
in
all
The
at
to
consolidating
Carolina.
performed
(LANTDIV)
to Hunter/ESE
report
pathways,
in
a Contaminated
Engineers
North
to perform
Inc.
Area,
characterize
various
Inc
reports
To further
report
22 potentially
was the
a contract
Industrial
and Gere
concerning
Research,
LANTDIV
Point
(RI)
Navy Assessment
Program
Command
N62470-83-B-6101
and provide
of the
Engineering
Investigation
migration
collected,
(NACIP)
by Water
No.
assessments
potential
stage
Pollutants
Facilities
(MCB) Camp Lejeune,
contamination
data
Naval
to Contract
a Interim
documents
This
INTRODUCTION
(CERCLA)
generated
by the
Camp Lejeune
from
the
Environmental
Environmental
investigations.
since
Confirmation
Protection
Response,
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-OS/Ol/SO
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o
o
Describe
the
Remedial
Investigation/Feasibility
Determine,
geohydrologic
to
the
environmental
o
Determine
the
contaminant
o
Identify
extent
possible
regarding
in
and direction
migration;
and
gaps
the
(RI/FS)
using
included
in
the
at Camp Lejeune;
available
data,
the groundwater,
the
surface
degree
water,
of
sediment,
tissues;
rate
data
at 22 AOCs currently
Study
contamination
and fish
soils,
setting
in
the
required
of groundwater
existing
next
data
steps
base
flow
and consequent
and make recommendations
to proceed
efficiently
through
is
in Onslow
the
RI/FS
process.
1.3
SITE
1.3.1
GENERAL
Marine
Corps
Carolina
miles
-
BACKGROUND
Base
(Figure
and is
southeastern
are
are
Montford
Corps
of the
base.
major
side
New River.
status.
areas
Mainside,
recreation
25 miles
to the
HOLF Oak Grove
The property
Ocean
170 square
forms
the
and northeastern
groups.
at Camp Lejeune:
Bay,
and the
a helicopter
to the
boundaries
also
active
facilities
HOLF Oak Grove
l-2
is
area.
a separate
Landing
, and Outlying
are
is no longer
Camp Geiger,
Range
Outlying
north
southwest
Rifle
base,
Helicopter
has some camping
by scouting
North
approximately
The Atlantic
of development
New River.
10 miles
County,
respectively.
(MCAS) New River,
of the
covers
The western
Courthouse
approximately
Camp Davis,
WAS
for
boundary
Road 24,
located
currently
New River.
Station
Oak Grove,
(OLF)
The facility
by the
five
west
Camp Lejeune
bisected
Point,
Air
on the
11.
17 and State
U.S.
There
(HCB)
under
and is
not
command
Field
(HOLF)
Landing
the
Field
command
under
and occasionally
does
Marine
contain
of
caretaker
is used
any
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significant
sites.
no longer
the
included
in
property
15 miles
land;
Croatan
vast
1.3.2
forested
of
were
used
.
centered.
from
by base
World
home base
units
have
hosts
in
during
medical
the
Forest,
however,
of
the
of
Forest.
coastal
In
plain
have
wetlands.
Montford
for
Marine
services
for
Marines
at Hadnot
Point
where
9 million
board
feet
to
1954,
a sawmill
of
timber
was
Point,
originally
Service
Paradise
Terrace
I and II
opened
in
and the Korean
all
was set
assigned
combat.
serves
Force
and Courthouse
Support
Point
and Midway
is
the
is
as
(FMF)
Bay areas
training
of
Courthouse
site
of housing
provided
at
was
Bay
for
such
Park.
War.
In addition,
military
personnel
command
for
Schools.
1943 and has served
l-4
Marine
developed
housing
up as a separate
The base
was
commands.
Camp Geiger,
while
Camp Lejeune
and Fleet
Point,
Corps
conflicts,
for
Division,
Noncommissioned
Hospital
War II
and Vietnam
as tenant
the Montford
as Tarawa
World
in 1941
From 1944
Marine
stationed
personnel.
MCAS New River
!
is,
owned tracts
and Camp Davis
construction,
to prepare
training,
Naval
began
Korean
Second
been
now used
commissioned
The U.S.
and the
by 1945.
amphibious
locations
publicly
low elevations
reservation.
area
for
also
Construction
is
OLF Camp Davis
large,
and coastal
During
the
War II,
the
troops
of MCB and is
personnel.
as a training
completed
inland
part
project.
three
areas , the
of
Corps.
Hofmann
HCB Camp Lejeune
were harvested
During
are
considered
HISTORY
Construction
operated
Marine
acquisition
Forest,
acreage
SITE
functions
property
National
is no longer
the U.S.
of Camp Lejeune
to the
created
of
a proposed
Within
addition
OLF Camp Davis
in
military
the
and
1951.
personnel
hospital
their
provides
dependents.
At that
time
it
was
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called
Peterfield
1942
three
Point,
but
new runways
of MCAS Cherry
the
were added
Point.
During
facility
was also
was used
as a helicopter
name was changed
used
for
and the
this
time
glider
station
came under
PBJ squadron
training.
training
to New River
base
the
1968.
the
was based
During
and for
in
touch-and-go
jurisdiction
here
Korean
In
and the
Conflict,
training
it
for
jet
fighters.
In
1968,
under
the
base
the
Marine
Corps
jurisdiction
and renamed
command
destroyed
1.3.3
HOLF Oak Grove.
the
PREVIOUS
Gainesville,
Florida
to contamination
sites
in
regard
the
World
Oak Grove
was placed
was used
as a helicopter
War II,
end of
the
the
field
war,
all
was under
structures
were
runways.
was conducted
1983.
from
past
from
threat
hazardous
historical
and personnel
a total
report
health
Research,
was to
or the
Inc.
of
identify
and
environment
due
operations.
aerial
of
assessment
characteristics,
and Air
the
materials
records,
The initial
to contamination
of
to human
interviews,
identified.
by Water
The purpose
a potential
on information
were
The field
At the
of
Study
posing
operations,
(MCOLF)
INVESTIGATIONS
Assessment
Based
Field
During
Point.
exception
An Initial
sites
Landing
of MCAS New River.
of MCAS Cherry
with
assess
Outlying
photographs,
76 potentially
evaluated
migration
field
contaminated
each
pathways,
site
with
and pollutant
receptors.
The results
immediate
further
of
threat
study
indicated
to human
health
or the
to assess
long-term
investigation
investigation
was identified
Based
the
on the
at
the
that
while
recommendations
in
of
the
the
of
environment,
21 AOCs, an additional
and included
none
impacts.
AOC (Site
the
sites
21 areas
During
the
posed
an
warranted
initial
A at MCAS New River)
RI effort.
Initial
1-5
Assessment
Study,
the
RI/FS
at
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
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MCB, Camp Lejeune
and analysis
was begun
was conducted
beginning
in July
monitoring
wells
collected
1984.
were
7 surface
samples
were
During
the
in January
1985.
investigated
data
generated
The report
for
Site
additional
groundwater
round
the
of
but
samples
tissue
Report
collection
was prepared
monitoring
Mercury
were
56 soil
and 2 fish
sample
additional
Inc.
groundwater
An Evaluation
MCAS New River
monitoring,
collection
samples,
samples,
analyzed.
recommended
48,
55 shallow
8 sediment
by this
sample
of 75 groundwater
to the
and chemically
of
and Engineering,
investigation,
addition
samples,
round
Science
and a total
In
water
sites.
recommended
The first
the
installed
collected
presenting
1984.
by Environmental
analyses.
for
samples,
in
90
for
Dump,
was recommended
all
of
the
was not
for
characterization.
An additional
round
Environmental
Science
episode,
surface
Report
generated
during
Underground
to investigate
the
Fuel
the
presence
the
the
samples
Farm
of
Engineers
Program
hydrogeology
22).
of
farm.
the
of monitoring
groundwater
sampling
Groundwater
Study
fuel
wells,
and analysis.
were
of
presented
addition,
in July
of
or soluble
The site
product
l-6
sampling
of
54 soil
1987 which
113 new
samples,
and analyzed.
by LANTDIV
necessary
the
44
An
documented
the
extent
of
fuel
lines
at
investigation
the
in
investigation
thickness
services
leakage
the
the
from
Hadnot
the
groundwater
included
the
measurements,
of
its
was to determine
hydrocarbons
form
under
hydrogeologic
transfer
The results
in report
this
sampling.
was retained
to provide
In
by
and a total
were collected
The purpose
pool
1986187.
In
and associated
any product
was conducted
installed
and evaluate
tanks
(Site
round
in
were
to LANTDIV
second
Tank
storage
vicinity
installation
were sampled.
and Gere
underground
Point
in
wells
the
Storage
Inc.
wells
was submitted
O'Brien
and analysis
monitoring
and 41 sediment
water,
1988,
collection
and Engineering,
monitoring
Evaluation
In
sample
29 additional
and existing
data
of
and
Contaminated
to LANTDIV
in December
1988.
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None
of
the
determine
and
previous
the
site-specific
vertical
These
groundwater
movement
the
1.4
BEpORT ORGAWWUB
report
section
is
is
to
and briefly
Section
2.0
study
area.
since
there
LeJeune
included
provide
a description
section
been
of
are
the
contour
were
at
Section
4.0
further
efforts
the
activities
in
should
the
of
Section
and
of
potential
future
field
efforts
by the
performance
of
the
work
each
to
under
this
first
investigation
date.
characteristics
for
results
of
Camp Lejeune
data
of
the
as a whole
generated
the
Site-specific
presented
for
for
further
Recommendations
of
area
of
with
respect
particular.
3.0.
is
the
physical
specific
and analytical
conclusion
of
a description
soils,
information
summarizes
as horizontal
rate
The purpose
undertaken
of
or
installed.
the
parameters
sections.
amount
in
to
transmissivity,
ALL
description
provides
sampling
presented
these
a limited
geology,
quantify
activities
such
coefficient,
to
four
an overall
provides
has
parameters
transport.
of
into
previous
groundwater
wells
organized
This
required
included
tests.
describe
to hydrology,
A summary
pumping
AOCs have
storage
determination
tests
RI
are
the
aquifer
and contaminant
slug
The
and/or
of
conductivity,
parameters
include
at
values
hydraulic
leakage.
should
investigations
90
22 AOCs
geology
each
at
along
AOC where
investigations
Camp
with
monitoring
are
AOC discussion.
accomplished
be expended.
l-7
to
date
and
suggests
where
also
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-09/01/90
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2.0
2.1
CHARACTERISTICS
OF THE STUDY AREA
SYBPACE FEATURES
The Camp Lejeune
This
coastal
the
elevation
lie
barrier
range
areas
Division,
Bureau
The dune
drainage
of Yards
flat
(msl),
of
North
Carolina.
topography.
from
sea level
however,
Along
field
the
the
coast
located
to an
average
lies
on this
a 200 to
barrier
500
island
msl.
of Camp Lejeune
where
plain
varies
msl.
10 to 40 feet
70 percent
interstream
mean sea level
complex.
coastal
Camp Lejeune
20 and 40 feet
from
the
by generally
in
above
island
in
characterized
between
Approximately
located
topography
in elevation
2.2
is
is
of 72 feet
elevations
foot
facility
plain
Specifically,
is
is poor
and Docks,
located
in
and soils
the
broad,
are often
flat
wet
(Atlantic
1965).
SURFACE WATER HYDROLOGY
Approximately
70 percent
interstream
areas
Division,
Bureau
The drainage
the
PHYSICAL
direction
and Docks,
is
2 and 3.
Most
drainage
water
from
and empties
small
coastal
drained
by the
most
into
Waterway,
and its
which
often
flat
wet
the
(Atlantic
Point
study
area
the
AOCs are
Ocean
area
2-1
asphalt
and concrete
these
is
the
New River
flows
the
creeks
the Atlantic
are
two areas.
in
flow
Ocean
which
a southerly
New River
of HCB Camp Lejuene
to
the
in developed
in
through
These
through
changed
The New River
tributaries.
is connected
Ocean
although
and MCAS New River
at MCB Camp Lejeune
base.
New River,
Atlantic
has been
Hadnot
Atlantic
drain
broad,
and extensive
of the
the
the
creeks
New River
of
is
the
drainage
the
feature
the
toward
into
stormsewers,
Figures
surface
and soil
directly
for
in
1965).
The natural
ditches,
is
predominantly
to drain
sub-basins
Several
Intercoastal
is poor
Drainage
The dominant
receives
tend
Waterway.
by drainage
shown in
drainage
of Yards
areas
Intercoastal
areas.
where
at Camp Lejeune
coastal
areas
of MCB Camp Lejeune
that
into
Inlet.
is not
the
by a series
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of
inlets.
the
average
Stream
flow
annual
runoff
determined.
shallow
The water
The U.S.
loo-year
floodplain
New River
Resources
2.3
in
the
the
in
the
area
MCB Camp Lejeune
New River
for
Army Corps
of
MCB Camp Lejeune
area
have
at MCB Camp Lejeune
areas
Management
to
Plan,
of
the
of Engineers
at Camp Lejeune
and increases
not
been
is
brackish,
and
at
11.0
within
has mapped
7.0
feet
base
feet
msl
msl
in
on the
the
the
the
open
loo-year
limits
of
upper
coast
the
reaches
of
(Natural
1975).
GEOLOGY
Camp Lejeune
is
located
The
Coastal
Plain
with
minor
amounts
rock.
of
Due to
both
saline
Beneath
the
area
the
Research,
top
of
clays
form
the
reach
a thickness
nature
1400
only
source
are
to
the
of
Plain
are
minor
dipping
to
(Todd,
1983).
aquifer
(water
table)
of
these
of
amounts
bedrock
sediments,
province.
sand,
and clay
of marl
the
shell
southeast
These
in
a
shallow
of
the
coastal
they
are
vulnerable
a sequence
1700
feet
water
of unconsolidated
thick
exists.
300 feet
of
for
the
base
the
sedimentary
The following
sequence
which
(NCDNR & CD, 1980;
Water
1983).
the
sequence,
seaward
undifferentiated
thickening
of 35 feet
band
Pleistocene
of
sediments.
(NCDNR & CD, 1980;
Water
and Recent
These
sands
deposits
and Air
can
Research,
1983).
NCB Camp Lejeune
to
contaminants.
uppermost
fresh
physiographic
deposits
gently
and surface
approximately
represents
noted
the
of Camp Lejeune,
involves
the
Also
unconfined
permeable
Coastal
by,unconsolidated
overlies
the
discussion
Air
Atlantic
deposits
encroachment
the
deposits
and
that
constitute
plain.
the
gravel.
these
wedge
deposits
in
is underlain
Regionally,
thickening
At
of
New River
is a potential’problem
floodplain.
/
i
the
and warm.
Flooding
the
in
is
underlain
by seven
2-4
sand
and
limestone
aquifers
separated
and
DOC.No.:CLEJ--00214-1.02-OS/O1190
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by confining
are
the
units
of
surficial,
Lower
Cape
serve
silt
and clay
Castle
Hayne,
Less
permeable
as
confining
or
semi-confining
groundwater
from
Fresh
is
present
Fresh
water
water
Le jeune.
Brackish
water
is
clay
the
usually
and
1989).
silt
Black
beds
which
The
seven
Creek,
separate
impede
the
the
flow
aquifers
and Upper
and
aquifers
and
of
another.
surficial
extends
al,
Peedee,
units
to
in
et
Beaufort,
Fear.
one aquifer
(Harried
to
found
and
a depth
deeper
Castle
Hayne
aquifers
at
of
300
feet
(Harned
et
al,
than
300
feet
below
msl
of
Quaternary
MCB Camp
1989).
(Shiver,
1982).
The
surficial
Miocene
the
aquifer
sand,
silt,
channels
of
southwestern
The
of
Thin
base
approximately
2.4
layers
the
375 feet
340
feet
thick
75 feet
and limestone
sand
of
the
is
al,
The
Hadnot
is
partially
in
the
175 feet
Castle
in
of
Oligocene
unit.
in
Area
and
primarily
sand
and
The Castle
the
Hayne
Point
0 feet
the
consolidated
throughout
coast.
from
1989).
aquifer
from
the
to
of
found
in
thickness
and
northern
aquifer
(Harned
Hayne
portion
is
et
al,
1989).
HYDROGEOLOGY
Some of
the
aquifers,
aquifers
formations
and are
are
in
of
common
wide
system,
sediments.
This
complex
at
or near
aquifers
general,
are
the
the
which
hydrologic
Coastal
area1
through
hydrologic
In
the
in
et
southeast,
at
ranges
(Hatned
portion
are
composed
tributaries
portion
The lower
clay
its
composed
The upper
toward
to
and
is
is
aquifer
Camp Lejeune
aquifer
thickens
the
of
sand.
limestone.
The
New River
age.
unconsolidated
aquifer
the
Hayne
Eocene
HCB Camp Lejeune
and clay.
portion
Castle
Middle
at
Plain
extent.
complex
is
the
land
system
permeable,
Hydraulic
interbedding
a common
system
are
may include
connections
creating
characteristic
streams
can
of
and
be defined
between
as
these
a complex
Coastal
lakes
Plain
where
the
surface.
at
2-s
Camp Lejeune
consists
of
an unconfined
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(water
table)
extends
from
The water
below
al,
In
general,
flow
at
from
shallow
in
the
the
feet/ft
in
Water
levels
observed
the
from
Water
is
6.17
levels
to
nearby
in
aquifer
unit.
to 22.36
feet
fluctuations
seasonal
in
variations
that
deep
(ESE,
in
feet/mile
(0.0284-0.0378
A 72 hour
pumping
and
respectively
These
States
conductivity
test
the
(Harned
the
feet/ft>
in
feet/ft>
but
performed
at
for
the
limestone
are
in
for
Survey
Hayne
2-6
in
increased
gradient
over
to
is
0.02
pumping
flow
areas
unaffected
near
aquifer,
by ESE in
of
of
9.6
with
et
at
in
water
water
may range
al,
150-200
wells.
average
(Castle
and 8 x
Hayne)
reported
by the
Hydraulic
1989).
an average
to
supply
x 10m3 gpd/ft
those
the
supply
indicates
deep
it
groundwater
by pumping
the
agreement
however,
gradients
1987
a
towards
of
active
those
before
changes
that
reported
to
required
deep
notes
(Harried
similar
east-southeast,
local
portion
is
to
occur
increase
are
the
the
values
(USGS)
does
regional
to
HPIA
general
HPIA
and southern
flow
data
areas
in
to
to
west-central
wells
to
due
1989)
of
appears
horizontal
Small-scale
et al,
corner
of
site.
flows
Castle
the
Additional
aquifer
The direction
may be due
intermediate
coefficient
the
northern
feet/ft,
groundwater
Geological
for
and
storage
values
the
mounding
The
be generated
(0.0028
transmissivity
of
wells.
deep
New River.
in
map can
The USGS (Harned
15 feet/mile
ditch
0.003
May 1988).
the
the
This
May 1988).
deep
shallow
in
areas.
corner
surface
may occur
aquifer.
toward
Groundwater
approximately
southwest
Ocean
wells.
flows
south-southwest
(ESE,
measured
in
Atlantic
United
unconfined
confining
ranging
attributed
and a drainage
area
expected
10’4,
The
significant
depths
and are
and southeastern
potentiometric
from
first
May 1988).
southwest.
respectively
of
flow
at
(BE,
from
infiltration
sections
is
found
groundwater
ranges
west-central
surface
..
(bls)
the
1 to 4 feet
west-southwest
most
is
to
aquifer.
1989).
actually
the
semi-confined
table
HPIA
surface
range
et
and
water
the
table
land
area
aquifer
of
35 ft/day
with
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a range
between
19-82
Further
analysis
of
limestone
portion
through
layer
silty
Hunter/E%
USGS (Harned
deep
deep aquifer
layer
overlying
is estimated
at 4.6
&IUD
pumping
is
the
et al,
test
1989).
data
semi-confined.
aquifer.
Hydraulic
x 10B3 ft/day,
typical
indicates
that
Recharge
occurs
conductivity
of
silty
the
for
sands
and
USE
Within
15 miles
land;
The Croatan
Because
of
of Camp Lejeune
the
composed
exploited
National
Plain,
typical
of
crops
the
soybean,
coast
112,000
producing
for
both
the
benefit
are
finfish
are under
even-aged
and erosion
of
threatened
New River
Carolina
as Class
SA.
Class
2-7
estuaries
industries.
economy.
the
large
amounts
of
areas
Timber
exception
of those
are managed
Smaller
wildlife
Tourism
Of MCB Camp Lejeune's
with
These
are
with
management.
areas
to provide
are managed
for
species.
are
Code as Class
SC waters
to the
agricultural,
with
forestry
at MCB Camp Lejeune
Admnistrative
been
is a growing
unique
regional
control.
or endangered
area
have
Productive
species.
management
habitat
the
is
covered,
60,000
wildlife
of
the
of hardwood
Forest.
survive.
have stimulated
tree
of
of the
ecosystems,
and shellfish
stands
under
There
and tobacco.
and in swamps.
North
major
grains,
majority
to some extent
MCB Camp Lejeune
predominently
than
the
these
to
owned tracts
and Camp Davis
interests.
streams
Some areas
classified
is
more
areas
along
the
areas
and substantial
acres,
areas
that
commercial
resort
The MCB Camp Lejeune
softwood
small
support
and residential
these
status
use surrounding
Forest,
Plain
level
a protected
publically
Coastal
and silvaculture
require
land
large,
The Hofman
addition
and national
The remaining
three
in the
In
by agriculture
Coastal
areas
Forest,
of wetlands.
on a state
along
are
low elevations
concern
of
by the
clays.
2.5
is
the
of the
a clayey
this
ftiday
90
useable
classified
SC, while
for
under
others
fishing
Title
are
and
15
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secondary
Class
recreation,
SA waters
shellfish
are
wetland,
found
types
--
oak/hickory.
long
ecosystems
marshes
along
lakes,
the
or shellfish
classification,
marketing.
useable
for
mouth
changes.
the
unit
those
loblolly
timber
stand
bordering
The aquatic
numerous
however,
upland),
contain
four
pine/hardwood,
of the
area.
and
The
freshwater
streams
to
salt
ecosystems
consist
of
small
tributary
creeks,
heavy
and part
for
free
Outer
The Marines
units
exercises
tracked
vehicles
are
to protect
fisheries
of
the
types
--
resource
barge
and salt
also
traffic.
water
fish
conduct
to
sensitive
are
as a habitat
for
for
boating,
The aquatic
species,
local
species.
2-8
important
local
Waterway
military
training
Force
the
dunes
coastal
Troops,
only
bird
in
barrier
bird
and as a commercial
contains
species,
and
equipment;
dunes.
as a freshwater
and migratory
ecosystem
shore
man-made
assault
use of heavy
cross
marsh
few remaining
a small
2nd Division,
permitted
ecologically
the
Intracoastal
beach
the
bog/swamp
or other
and the
involve
pleasure
filling
pond
The tidal
one of
and to house
on MCB Camp Lejeune
resource,
as a recreational
the
from
to combined
These
sweet
beaches.
is
Banks
recreation
units.
ecosystems
year-round
used
the
habitat
and tupelo,
on MCB Camp Lejeune
along
beach.
five
and coastal
relatively
company-size
areas
The aquatic
marshes,
areas
are
include
oak/cypress
tidal
beaches
Wing
restricted
gum/water
New River
on the
from
Air
fresh
main
(or
ecosystems
pine,
on MCB Camp Lejeune
coastal
Coastal
maneuvers
marine
the
from
maple,
of HCB Camp Lejeune
Marine
loblolly
is
estuary,
sweet
of
Carolina
__command
terrestrial
The terrestrial
estuaries.
ecosystems
gum and red
the
vary
include
waterway.
or pocosin,
North
bird
recreation
estuarine
pine,
pine
New River
The wetland
black
leaf
coastal
Intracoastal
of
highest
primary
communities.
Loblolly
wetlands
for
for
at HCB Camp Lejeune
and aquatic
habitat
at
the
not
marketing.
The ecosystems
pine
but
a wide
and
species,
resource
variety
and migratory
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MCB Camp Lejeune,
exercises
and
involving
live
to
at
placed
the
base
to
major
corridors
extend
south
northwest
to
principal
economic
activities.
the
and more
base
support
of
tracked
of
these
items
human
health
usually
at
recent
for
and
the
demands
training
and wheeled
restricted
and
and heavy
master
plan
land
along
in
U.S.
vehicles
carefully
environment.
for
of
the
than
110,000
area
(NAVFACENGCOM,
the
area
of
17 and U.S.
and Richlands
More
than
today
Potable
water
have
been
19751,
there
are
tines.
New Bern
base
are
and safety
deep
developable
(NAVFACENGC~M,
used
The use
Jacksonville
military
is
numbrs
most
from
194Os,
large
wells
of
the
of
are
the
in
use
protect
on these
According
the
ordnance.
controlled
wells
constructed
along
is
46,000
people
1975).
2-9
MCB Camp Lejeune.
58,
Routes
and
24 and
MCB Camp Lejeune
military
are
either
from
personnel
employed
and
are
or
two
These
Swansboro
258.
The
associated
stationed
are
eligible
at
for
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3.0
3.1
SITE
1 - FRENa
3.1.1
SITE
This
AOC is
the
located
11,
(Figure
of
Dv
C7/D7).
were
the
and used
Suspected
quantities
of waste
petroleum,
1 has been
sides
and Force
Troops
Complex
AOC is
approximately
for
used
Liquid
on the
battery
and south
area
1940-s.
poured
Batteries
Area
The total
Site
since
activities
the north
the Gun Park
l-1).
organizations
ground
acid
of waste
wastes
as part
from
disposed
(POL)
Road at
(PWDM
7 to 8
maintenance
operations.
of at
to be:
Service
Marine
vehicle
of routine
estimated
and lubricants
oil,
by many different
were also
are
the
of Main
this
5,000
and 1,000
location.
to 20,000
to
10,000
gallons
gallons
of
acid.
The area
is underlain
limestone
marl
geologic
cross
(Figure
sand
LIQllIps
on both
edge
Coordinates
battery
Cm
BACKGROUND
western
acres
NATURE AND EXTENT OF CONTAXINATION
were
The
at a depth
to
degrees
(Figure
3.1.2
SITE
also
section
l-3).
generally
by silty
the
of
encountered
(Figure
surface
7 to
west
and clayey
l-2)
of the
17 feet
towards
sand.
Gravelly
during
previous
has been
drawn
shallow
below
Cogdels
drilling
lies
surface.
Creek
and a
efforts.
on a north-south
groundwater
land
sand
line
within
the
Groundwater
at a dip
A
silty
flow
is
of approximately
l/2
l-4).
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Six
at
shallow
this
monitoring
site
upgradient
in November
sampled
following
in
l-1);
were
July
1986.
1984.
installed
5 of the
Groundwater
(lGW6).
and again
also
(Figure
wells
wells
from
An onsite
the
3-1
were
six
water
The groundwater
analytes:
to characterize
installed
wells
supply
samples
the
downgradient
was sampled
well,
groundwater
and one
in July
lGW7 (No.
were analyzed
1984
636)
for
the
was
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DISPOSAL
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1993.
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DISPOSAL
AREA
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SCALE
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CONTAMINATION
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STATION
WATER/SEDIMENT
SAMPLING
SOURCES:
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CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
SITE
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DISPOSAL
AREA
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WATER CONTOUR
MAPSHALLOW
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DISPOSAL
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0
Cadmium
0
Chromium
0
Hexavalent
0
Lead
0
Antimony
0
Oil
0
Volatile
0
Total
0
Xylene
0
Methylethyl
0
Methyl
0
Ethylene
Chromium
bt Grease
(1986
only)
(O&G)
organics
(VOC)
Phenols
(1986
only)
ketone
isobutyl
Appendix
(MEK)
ketone
dibromide
(1986
(HIBK)
(EDB)
A presents
only)
(1986
(1986
a complete
only)
only)
listing
of
all
target
analytes
and
their
abbreviations.
Table
l-l
presents
those
target
on the
As shown
in
Table
l-l,
portion
and
had
in
were
from
detected
several
both
southernmost
lGW6 all
that
data
both
above
rounds
the
of
method
Only
sampling.
detection
limit
are
table.
lGW5 during
collected
analytical
analytes
reported
Well
the
rounds
July
sampling.
This
downgradient)
levels
1984
detected
of
(farthest
trace
VOCs were
of
VOCs,
in
well
of
1986.
samples
the
is
the
including
and November
samples
located
lGW1,
detected
lGW6 is
the
from
on the
Wells
site.
phenols
Well
collected
in
lGW2,
samples
"upgradient"
well.
All
of
the
groundwater
quantifiable
from
the
amounts
water
detection
supply
similar
well
quantities
hydraulically
upgradient
as
within
the
pit(s)
cadmium,
Because
limits.
contain
of
all
of
1 or
six
chromium
(lGW7)
were
Site
from
six
did
not
monitoring
and
contaminants,
either
subjected
an additional
3-6
lead.
contain
monitor
wells
The
sample
VOCs or
wells
at
it
appears
to
Site
the
contaminant
contained
metals
1 were
that
collected
above
found
to
areas
same disposal
source
history
of
similar
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chemical
character
detected
downgradient
Site
1,
exists
that
and
collect
is
may also
& grease
lGW3,
1 are
pits
This
July
1984
additional
In
either
case,
with
Site
1 are/were
pits
or non-point
the
the
contaminants
disposal
a source
history
of
sources
the
of
of
detected
the
detected
be present.
target
than
"upgradient"
1.
consistent
at
(O&G) was identified
lGW4.
in
the
the
However,
contamination
of Site
of Site
suggesting
contamination.
Oil
east
in
samples
analyte
collected
was detected
in samples
more
collected
from
Wells
often
in
in November
lGW1,
the
1986.
lGW2,
samples
Well
lGW6
well.
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
Two surface
water
a tributary
to the
November
the
and sediment
creek.
1986 round
same parameters
analyzed
for
o
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Hexavalent
o
Lead
o
Antimony
o
Oil
o
Total
o
Ethylene
3.1.3
of sampling.
The surface
groundwater
collected
water
only
during
samples
Sediment
samples.
Creek
were
and
the
analyzed
samples
for
were
(O&G)
presents
target
the
(EDB)
the
analytes
samples
analytes
detected
for
in
sediment
samples
the
contained
total
chromium,
the
surface
are
phenols
water
samples.
presented
in Table
l-3.
and O&G.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
The groundwater
contour
aquifer
Site
that
were
Cogdels
following:
dibromide
l-2
of
samples
from
Phenols
Detected
All
were collected
Chromium
& Grease
Table
These
as the
the
samples
is
the
from
site
is
map (Figure
1 toward
characterized
l-4)
Cogdels
indicates
Creek.
by low natural
3-8
that
flow
The measured
groundwater
in
the
shallow
gradient
suggests
gradients.
Based
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TABLE
1-2.
Xl-E 1 - FRENCH CREEK LIQvrr>S
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SURFACE WATER SAMPLES
NC SW
STANDARD
DATE
PARAMETER
CHROMIUM
OIL & GREASE
50
NONE
PHENOLS
1
DISPOSAL
AREA
1SWl
11/18/86
lSW2
11/18/86
7.3
0.8
c5.4
0.2
13
3
4
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per
liter @g/L); this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
TABLE 1-3.
SITE 1 - FRENCH CREEK LIQUlDS DISPOSAL AREA
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
DATE
PARAMETER
IcHRoM~M
lSE1
11118186
lSE2
1l/18/86
I
20.8
1 3.69 \
\OIL & GREASE 1
712
I 1460 I
116
-30
PHENOLS
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per
gram (q/g); this approximatesparts per million @pm).
Note: There are no NC sedimentstandards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
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on site
the
maps,
appears
New River.
samples
not
Organic
in
the
deeper
is
not
occurring.
levels
of
ug/l)
standard
established
chromium
(50
ug/l),
lGW2 and
O&G has
since
at
(10
was
(160
been
waste
this
contaminants
this
thus
samples
metal
(5 ug/l).
in
above
all
media
oil
and lubricants
to
be associated
may be impacting
however
that
Wells
Carolina
in
were
vertical
lGW2 and lGW4
groundwater
from
standard
Wells
for
lGW1 (94
samples
Wells
for
this
AOC.
This
is
not
(POL)
were
known
to
be disposed
surface
water
and sediment
activities
at
the
with
the
past
Site
28 located
further
lead
from
standard
at
in
from
into
detected
suggest
Groundwater
established
The O&G identified
data
collected
ug/l).
sampled
were
The groundwater
samples
the
the
North
discharges
contaminants
collected
the
and lGW4 (54.3
petroleum,
seem
were above
exceeded
in
location.
samples
ug/l)
metals
These
sample;
the
eventually
several
aquifer.
in
also
found
aquifer
and
found
ug/l),
lGW3 were
shallow
shallow
aquifer
for
ugfl)
lGW2
the
cadmium
and lGW3
the
contaminants
from
noted
The
that
collected
migration
(7
it
(50 mg/l).
this
surprising
site.
downstream
of
These
on Cogdels
Creek.
RECOMMENDATIONS
3.1.4
The existing
monitor
and metals.
Of special
at
the
a concentration
state
at
standards.
the
It
within
aquifer
that
the
at Site
is
should
greater
the presence
greater
former
In order
to provide
AOC, additional
disposal
all
concentrations
has been documented,
this
that
of
quality
identified
state
3-10
wells
(lGW5)
in excess
of
and lead
are located
It
contamination.
contamination
is
are present
of
deep water
the shallow
supply
wells
vertically.
completion
characterization
by the
of VOCs
groundwater
contamination
has not migrated
for
is
chromium,
monitor
of adjacent
database
which
cadmium,
existing
Although
sampling
an adequate
features
tug/l)
of detected
features.
contamination
groundwater
liter
center
low levels
of tetrachloroethane
the applicable
the suspected
disposal
that
per
than
be noted
edge of
1 has identified
In addition,
of 0.7 ug/l.
indicate
specific
concern
levels
downgradient
possible
network
of 6.8 micrograms
standard
were detected
well
IAS effort.
of
is
the
required
This
RI/FS
at
within
this
the
on
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characterization
large
building
needs
of
the
may be difficult
and
RI/FS
unsaturated
soils.
conducted.
Following
media,
a Risk
contamination
to accomplish
concrete
paving
include
chemical
To date,
over
most
of
the
Assessment
should
represents
a unacceptable
be conducted
3-11
of
sampling
characterization
risk
of
of
of
the
area.
characterization
no chemical
adequate
because
the
to
determine
to
health
Additional
any
the
presence
data
affected
soils
have
affected
if
and
of
environmental
the
the
been
detected
environment.
a
-
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3.2
2 -.
SITE
SITE
3.2.1
From
R NURSERY/DAY-CARE
BACKGROUND
to 1958
1945
this
building
storing,
handling,
and
location
was
used
have
been
known
to
later
used
and
the
mixing
washout
were
moved
(Figure
to
silty
cross
sand,
overlie
and
groundwater
of
ranges
__ southeast
with
SITE
and 2,4-D.
dieldrin,
lindane,
occurred
1982
on these
at
the
known
to
fenced
ditch
drainage
soil
the
this
Chemicals
as a result
results,
the
malathion,
are
indicated
for
Chemicals
diazinon,
A preliminary
AOC in
(Figure
the
2-2)
site
and clayey
sand,
at
from
7 to
20 ft
shows
a gradient
drawn
and silty
found
2-4)
was
of
(Figure
small
sampling
the
presence
day
care
of
DDE,
activities
on a northwest-southeast
to be underlain
clay
map (Figure
3.2.2
this
center.
and railroad
to have
used
building
contamination
pad,
was
location.
shows
clay
wash
Based
section
a layer
contour
at
another
2-3)
the
disposal.
and chlordane.
A geologic
suspected
believed
conducted
DDT,
of
and excess
investigation
DDD,
include
pad,
is
DDT,
KlO)
The
day-care
onsite
Areas
5,
pesticides.
as a children’s
stored
Contamination
spills,
of
chlordane,
2,4,5-T.
playground,
2-l).
been
(PWDH Coordinates
dispensing
include:
have
silvex,
CENT=
a depth
sand
and
ranging
below
the
by a sequence
land
from
flow
0.14
foot
clayey
These
silt,
units
24 to 28 ft.
surface.
groundwater
approximately
sand.
of
line
Depth
The groundwater
to be generally
per
foot
to
the
(ft/ft).
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Five
shallow
December
monitoring
1986
wells
and March
1987
contaminants
in
the
shallow
were
in
July
1984
sampled
The shallow
well
are
not
identified
north
(Building
6461,
(Building
645)
of
the
to
to determine
south
the
2-l
(Building
in
since
6161,
The monitoring
3-12
in
presence
In addition
identified
Figure
and sampled
the
characterize
are
in
site.
installed
aquifer.
locations
wells
were
or
four
deeper
Figure
they
east
supply
of
wells
aquifer.
The water
on average
(Building
and water
1984,
absence
water
2-l.
are
July
supply
6471,
wells
supply
1000
ft
and west
were
to
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Od”
1
FENCE
PLAY
AREA
(APPROXIMATE
LOCATION)
LEGEND
. MONITOR WELL
A SOIL SAMPLE
A SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
G LOCATIONS,
SAMPLING
SOURCES:
Water
ESL
and
1891.
Air Rmearch.
Inc..
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
SITE 2-
-0RMER NURSERY/DAY CARE CENTER
3-13
1983.
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2GWl
2GW2
I
.--I--.%
SILTY SAND
I
I,
LEGEND
T
0
WELL
FORMER
C CROSS SECTION,
SITE 2NURSERY/DAY
CARE CENTER
1HORIZONTALI
200 FEET
I
SCALE
CAMP
LEJEUNE
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TO OVERS
CREEK
0
L
200
SCALE
1
IN FEET
FENCE
2
,
*---.
-
--
--
\
\
0
A
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
zSO8STORAGEAREA
(APPROXIMATE
??
zGW3 LOCATION)
WELL
SOIL SAMPLE
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
SAMPLING
Figure 2-3
3EOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
FORMER NURSERY/DAY
CARE CENTER
SOURCES:
SITE 2-
3-15
Waler
Es,
and
1887.
Air Research.
Inc., 1983.
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
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IEIEIIhlUE
,xFc
TO OVERS
0
LEGEND
MONITOR
CREEK
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL
1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
TO THIS SITE ONLY
SOURCES:
Figure 2-4
GROUND WATER CONTOUR
MAPSHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 2FORMER NURSERY/DAY
CARE CENTER
Water and
ESE. 1907.
MARINE
CAMP
3-16
Air Rosaarch,
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
Inc..
1983.
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analyzed
for
the
following
target
o
Organochlotine
pesticides
o
Otganochlorine
herbicides
o
Tetrachlorodioxin
(1986
only)
o
Volatile
(1986
only)
organics
Appendix
A presents
a complete
compounds:
listing
of
the
target
analytes
and their
abbreviations.
The groundwater
contain
Table
collected
any VOCs above
2-1
collected
method
from
the
detection
the
analytical
results
from
five
shallow
monitoring
the
identified
sampling
in Wells
event).
Well
four
water
supply
wells
did
not
levels.
presents
and DDT were
(1986
samples
of
groundwater
wells.
2GWl (July
2GW3 also
the
1984
contained
samples
Trace
amounts
sampling
event)
of DDD, DDE,
and 2GW3
two VOCs, ethylbenzene
and
toluene.
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
Two surface
water
ditch
parallels
which
2 (Figure
Overs
2-l).
samples
were
the
railroad
The ditch
drains
The surface
Creek.
as the
groundwater.
Table
indicates
that
DDT was detected
sample
In
in
the
the
samples
were
DDD was identified
downstream
sample
both
(2SWl)
the
for
not
same target
water
in
of Site
towards
the
surface
but
drainage
boundary
direction
analyzed
in
from
eastern
in a north-northwest
1984 two sediment
samples
were collected
of the building.
up- and downstream
were collected
from the same locations
and for
along
1986
the
samples;
upstream
(2SW2).
August
sediment
in December
tracks
water
compounds
2-2
collected
samples
were analyzed
tetrachlorodioxin
(1986
for
In
December
as the
3-17
Table
1986
surface
organochlorine
only).
from
the
two sediment
water
pesticides
2-3
drainage
presents
ditch,
samples
samples.
The
and herbicides
the
analytical
.~
_I
TABLE
-
-
2-1.
-
u
SlTF2 2 - PORMER
NURSERYIDAY
DETIYXED
TAROET ANALYTPS
OROUNDWATER
SAMPLES
NC OW
DATE
STANDARDS
-
CARE
-
CENTER
(BLDO.
b
I
analysis
not requated.
Value:
reported
arc concentrations
Source:
ESE, 1990.
L
-
-
-
-....-
712)
2OWI
2ow1
2ow2
2ow2
mw2
2ow-3
Mw3
2ow3
2OW4
2t3W4
2ow4
2oWS
2UWS
MW5
715184
12/02/86
7/5/84
12ml66
3lo3187
7l5la4
I2lO2l86
3lO3l81
7l5lW
12lO2&6
3lo3m
7tm4
12JO2M
3103l87
in microgram,
per liter
PARAMETER
NRQ:
-
@g/L);
thi8 approximata
pwls
per bil ion
@pb).
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TABLE
2-2.
SITE 2 - FORMER NURSERY/DAY
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SURFACE WATER SAMPLES
NC SW
STANDARD
DATE
PARAMETER
,
*
I
NONE
.
CARE CENTER
2SWl
12/02/86
I 0 .742
.
2SW2
12/02/86
I o-027
1 co.013
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per
liter (q/L);
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
3-19
(BLDG.
712)
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TABLE
DATE
2-3.
SlTE 2 - FORMER
NURSERYIDAY
DEfECTED
TARGET
ANAL=
sowsEDluEkn
SAUPLES
2s4
Mf84
2906
11~11186
2so-7
111111S6
CARE
CENTER
ZSEL
wom6
(BIlxI.
712)
2s
Mm4
3-20
2sEl
12/02!06
2so-a
1 III 1186
2so-¶
11111186
l/90
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results
the
for
the
upstream
four
sediment
samples
in both
compounds
increased
contained
2,4,5-T
three
samples.
1984
and 1986.
considerably
in
metabolites
the
in
1986
The concentrations
upstream
samples.
identified
The concentrations
1986.
sampling
of DDT were also
sample.
DDD, DDE, and DDT were
The upstream
event.
detected
in
the
of DDD and DDT were
of
sediment
As Table
2-3
in
these
sample
indicates
downstream
90
also
the
sediment
significantly
higher
than
the
SOIL
Three
soil
August
borings
1984
1-2'(B),
were hand
sampling
2-3'(C))
pesticides
of
samples
detected
in
3'(C))
with
all
of
samples.
from
area
soil
during
and analyzed
2-4
samples
of all
(O-l'(A),
for
indicates
that
(1-2'(B))
metabolites
the
samples
DDD, DDE, and DDT.
depth
The concentrations
play
composite
Table
contained
intermediate
former
each boring
and herbicides.
(O-l'(A))
the
the
Three
were collected
shallow
in
investigation.
organochlorine
the
augered
all
three
DDE was also
and deepest
appeared
(2-
to decrease
depth.
In
the
November
1986 sampling
to
the
upstream
surface
(2SO6
and 2SO7)
data
and
most
contaminants.
indicates
samples,
close
was not
and mixing
of
numerous
Spatial
spills
closest
based
to
the
identified
which
the
former
in
occurred
the
sampling
(2SO7)
the
site.
mixing
pads
appears
the
3-21
the
analytical
contained
both
of
to be derived
are
collected
area
indicates
at
would
the
the
of
from
soil
was in
from
related
history
the
these
which
to
site
concentrations
Samples
may be warranted
locations
As a result,
active
adjacent
These
sample
and sediment
and storage
database
in
sediment
and contaminant
the
program
soil
throughout
use of
The current
upstream
and pesticides.
of contaminants
on
presents
was identified
in
collected
2-3
contamination
compounds
contaminated.
soil/sediment
farthest
were
location.
Table
2,4-D
of herbicides
these
variation
expected
2-l.
sample
The detected
proximity.
occurrence
the
samples
sampling
Figure
The herbicide
it
two soil
water/sediment
shown in
that
however
handling
more
are
event,
would
usage.
be
locations
be expected
that
a systematic
this
site.
to be
_.c-.I
_
TABLE 2-4.
DATE
PARAMETER
IDDD.PP*
DDE[PP’
DDT,PP’
Ld
I
h,
N
-..--
-..--__-
.--
~_
SITE 2 - FORMER NURSERY/DAY
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
2SlA
813184
1 0.0022
0.0150
0.0095
(BLDG.
-I_
712)
2SlB
al3184
2SlC
8/3184
2S2A
al3184
2S2B
813184
2s2c
813184
2S3A
al3184
1 0.0006
0.0023
0.0050
1 <0.0005
0.0015
<0.0012
1 0.0012
0.0420
0.0180
1 <0.0006
0.0026
<0.0014
1 <0.0006
0.0003
<0.0014
1 0.0038
0.0350
0.057
Values reported are concentrations
per million (ppm).
in micrograms
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
CARE CENTER
_
per gram (u&g);
this approximates parts
2S3B
813184
2S3C
al3184
1 <0.0006 1 <0.0006
0.0230
0.0012
0.003 1
<0.0014
1
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3.2.3
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Organochlorine
concern
pesticides,
at
this
site.
sediment
water,
events.
depth
In
These
and soil
the
with
particularly
soil
samples
samples,
of
these
detected
concentrations.
during
than
the
the
of major
sampling
to decrease
than
DDD.
in
downstream
soils,
surface
and 1986
were much higher
Unlike
concentrations
1984
appears
with
still
in groundwater,
concentrations
samples,
highest
higher
the
found
contamination
soil
to
with
The
the
sediment
sample
having
however,
the
sediment
and surface
the
DDD was
DDE or DDT.
RECOMMENDATIONS
The existing
data
has been
water
the
the
metabolites
relative
3.2.4
were
collected
same
samples
at
compounds
DDT and DDE at much higher
concentrations
found
DDD, DDE, and DDT are
pesticide
contaminated
soil
and FS.
In
southern
portion
sampling
addition,
equipment.
contamination.
this
in
wells
this
in
the
Additional
for
interconnection
soil,
groundwater,
by DDT and its
areas
is
soil
of
Soils
supply
potential
that
mixing/handling
Additional
water
indicates
have not
required
prior
contamination
AOC as a result
area
should
vicinity
metabolites.
of
be adequately
to
by VOCs may have
occurred
of
storage
of
be characterized.
Site
2 are
3-23
Assessment
in
To date,
unaffected
and deep
of
the
construction
also
shallow
several
characterized.
of a Risk
investigation
performed.
at
initiation
geohydrological
of the
Soils
by the
detected
to determine
aquifers
the
should
the
be
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3.3
SITE
3.3.1
6 - STORAGE LOTS 201 AND 203
SITE
Storage
BACKGROUND
Lots
Bearhead
Creeks
estimated
(PWDH Coordinates
acres
including
(Figure
disposal
surface
soils
have
reported
disposal
to have
area
stored
at
A geologic
(Figure
in
this
sand.
approximately
3.3.2
disposed
of
the
6-2)
shallow
ranging
Wallace
have
approximately
of various
and
and equipment
hazardous
materials.
served
DDT
as a waste
PCBs have
been
also
been
reported.
by silty
sand,
at
this
site
below
land
indicates
that
Creek
uses,
and unpaved,
of regrading
2 to 15 feet
foot
is
and
201 is
on a northwest-southeast
and Bearhead
per
flat
containing
drawn
6-4)
203
203 when it
groundwater
from
Creek
foot
Lot
Wallace
Lot
history
is
to store
to be underlain
map (Figure
0.009
SITE
site
a long
as a result
or leaks
(Figure
between
and Lot
surface
Transformers
no spills
contour
toward
about
1940-s.
sand at depths
radially
The land
of at
site;
size,
have
been
shows the
groundwater
lots
is used
the
The surface
in
was and still
cross-section
6-3)
These
moved
Boulevard
F3-4/G3-4/H2-4/12-4/J3).
25 acres
6-l).
been
on Holcomb
6,
and storage.
The site
movement.
silty
located
to be approximately
46 total
is
201 and 203 are
the
line
sand,
and coarse
lies
within
surface.
The
groundwater
at a gradient
the
flows
of
(ft/ft).
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Eight
shallow
sampling
monitoring
effort.
1986 and January
wells
Two sets
Only
None of
three
Well
the
6-l
corner
6GW6 located
of Lot
just
for
detected
the
in
samples
the
samples
in
of
lot
the
were
contained
samples.
the
sample
201.
3-24
1986
collected
in November
and p,p-isomers
results
DDT or
Benzene
from
November
o,p-
analytical
203 and chloromethane
east
during
VOCs and the
presents
groundwater
were
installed
groundwater
VOCs were detected
tetrachloroethane
northwest
of
1987 and analyzed
DDD, DDE, and DDT. Table
events.
were
and
Well
was detected
of
its
the
of
sampling
metabolites.
1,1,2,2-
6GWl located
in
the
in
sample
the
from
-.
-
-
I
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OPEN STORAGE
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A SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
SAMPLING
r
0
SCALE
IN FEET
SOURCES:
Waler
ESE.
J
2500
and
1907.
Air Research,
Inc..
Figure 6-l
SAMPLING
STORAGE
LOCATIONS,
SITES 6 AND 9LOTS 201 AND 203 AND FIRE FIGHTING
TRAINING
PIT
MAI RINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
1983.
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.
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COARSE
SAND
SAND
SAND
LEGEND
0
1
2,500 FEET
I
HORIZONTAL
I
SCALE
Figure 6.2
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION,
SITES 6 AND 9STORAGE
LOTS 201 AND 203 AND FIRE FIGHTING
TRAINING
PIT
3-26
I
WELL
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
OPEN STORAGE
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\\ \\
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.
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
SURFACE
STATION
I
WELL
WATER/SEDIMENT
SCALE
0
SOURCES:
Figure 6-3
3EOLOGlC
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
STORAGE
LOTS 201 AND 203 AND FIRE
SITES 6 AND 9FIGHTING
TRAINING
PIT
WI
1 y&&g
3
SAMPLING
1
IN FEET
2500
Water and Ah Rerenrch.
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Inc., 1983.
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP
LEJEUNE
-----
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__
-~.
-~-
OPEN STORAGE
0
LEGEND
MONITOR
AREA
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
SCALE
TO THIS SITE ONLY
IN FEET
SOURCES:
2500
Waler
md
ESE. 1981.
Air Rmaarch.
3gure6.4
ZROUND WATER CONTOUR
MAP-SHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITES 6 AND 9STORAGE LOTS 201 AND 203 AND FIRE FIGHTING
TRAINING
PIT
CAMP
LEJEUNE
Inc..
1983.
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SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
Surface
water
downstream
to
this
samples
locations
in Wallace
AOC on the
samples
were collected
northwest
were analyzed
for
in November
Creek
1986
and Bearhead
and southeast,
from
Creek,
which
respectively
VOCs and the
o,p-
from
Creek
upstream
are
(Figure
and p,p-isomers
and
adjacent
6-l).
The
of DDD, DDE, and
DDT.
The surface
water
trichloroethene,
vinyl
Concentrations
sample
than
DDT or
its
of
in
these
the
Sediment
samples
samples
detection
above
were collected
Creek
for
not
The upstream
DDE and DDT while
the
Neither
water
three
VOCs:
same locations
downstream
the
sediment
(6SW2)
samples
from
contained
Bearhead
as the
Table
any target
sample
6-2).
Creek
limits.
compounds.
sediment
downstream
the
samples
the
contain
(Table
of
detection
same target
did
in
method
from
the
samples
limits.
sample.
The two surface
and analyzed
two Wallace
were higher
(6SWl)
compounds
contained
and trans-1,2-dichloroethene
constituents
upstream
no target
Wallace
chloride,
metabolites.
contained
both
samples
from
sample
surface
6-3
water
shows that
the
analytes
above
method
Bearhead
Creek
contained
contained
only
DDE.
SOIL
In
August
as the
each
of
O-3
foot
1984
four
most
likely
areas
the
four
locations
depth.
These
DDD, DDE, and DDT.
samples
collected
Borings
6Sl
through
201.
Three
in
Lot
drilled
in
and/or
DDT.
from
the
one of
locations
the
two lot
samples
Table
6-4
during
the
the
five
No sample
had all
drilled
analytes,
in
soil
borings
sample
for
the
analytical
were
identified
were drilled
was collected
o,p-
at
from
and p,p-isomers
results
for
the
the
of
the
in Lot
samples
of Lot
six
p,p-isomers
3-30
203,
borings
from
203 contained
southeastern
and the
,
collected
isomers.
7
soil
1984 investigation.
6SlO were drilled
of the
soil
were analyzed
presents
boundaries
Five
and a composite
portion
target
the
of contamination.
northern
borings
the
within
All
6Sll
through
five
borings
the
isomers
of DDD, DDE
of the samples
quadrant
of Lot
6S20
collected
203 contained
of DDD, DDE and DDT were
SITE 6 - STORAGE LOTS 201 AND 203
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SURFACE WATER SAMPLES
TABLE 6-2.
DATE
PARAMETER
TRANS- 1,2-DICHLORO
ETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
t VINY L CHLORIDE
W
I
w
v
NC SW
STANDARDS
I
I
NONE
NONE
NONE
I
awl
1l/19/86
6Sw2
1l/19/86
6Sw3
1l/19/86
6Sw4
1 l/19/86
6.4
c3.0
1.9
35
26
3.6
cl.6
a.0
<l.O
<1.6
<3.0
<l.O
I
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per liter (us/L);
approximates parts per billion (ppb).
I
I
I
this
Source: ESE, 1990.
.
ii
EI
CD
.
0
4
.
(0
0
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TABLE
6-3.
SITE 6 - STORAGE LOTS 201 AND 203
DETECI-ED TARGET ANALYTES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
DATE
6SEl
1 l/19/86
6sE2
11119186
6s33
11119186
6SE4
1 l/19/86
PARAMETER
DDE,PP’
,DDT,PP’
co.0142
<0.0711
<o-o137
<0.0685
0.0758
0.2190
0.0131
co.o6!x
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per gram (q/g);
this approximates parts per million @pm).
Note: There are no NC sediient
standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
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TABLE 6-4.
SITE 6 - STORAGE LOTS’201 AND 203 (Page 1 of 3)
DETECTEDTARGETANALYTES
SOIL, SAMPLES
6S1
DATE
PARAMETER
DDD,OP’
DDE,OP’
DDT,OP’
DDD,PP’
DDE,PP’
DDT,PP’
w
w
a/06/84
6Sl
8/06/84
<0.000426
<0.000319
0.00117
<o.ooo5
0.0012
<0.0012
6S2
8/06/84
6S2
8/06/84
6S3
8/06/84
6S4
8/06/84
6S5
8/06/84
6S6
8106184
6S7
8106184
6S8
8106184
<0.000427
<0.000321
<0.000420
<0.000315
0.000657
<0.000323
<O&O0535
<0.000401
<0.000419
<0.000314
<0.000418
CO.000313
CO.000430
~0.000322
<0.000432
<0.000324
<0.000437
<0.000323
<0.00118
0.0005
0.0006
0.0010
0.0023 1
<0.000500
0.00140
<0.001200
<0.00119
<o.o002
0.0013
<O.o006
<0.00147
<0.00070
<0.00030
<0.00150
co.001 150
<o.ooo5oo
0.00050
<0.001200
0.00178
0.00107
<0.000200
0.00730
<0.001180
O.OQO60
0.00100
0.00270
<0.00119
0.0006
0.0016
0.0035
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per gram (ug/g);
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
this approximates parts per million (ppm).
0.00480
o.ooo9o
0.00100
0.014cO~
-
_-..
.--
-
TABLE 6-4.
DATE
-.--.
---
.--
. ..-
--
_-
SlTE 6 - STORAGE LOTS 201 AND 203 (Page 2 of 3)
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
6s9
8106184
6SlO
8106184
6Sll
8106184
6S12
8106184
<o.o00439
<o.ooo329
<0.00121
<o.ooo5o
0.0016
<0.00120
0.00137
<0.000316
0.01580
0.0048
0.0015
0.0490
0.03640
0.0320
0.3240
0.1600
<0.00120
O.OlOB
<0.000426
<0.00032
<0.00117
<o.ooo5o
<0.00120
0.0062
6S13
8106184
6S14
8106184
0.0136
0.00512
0.0426
0.0250
0.7700
0.0082
0.00415
0.00773
0.1200
0.0120
0.3 loo
0.0133
6S15
8106184
6S16
8106184
6S17
8106184
0.00134
0.00111
0.0471
0.0110
0.3000
0.0101
0.00325
0.00136
0.0774
0.0047
0.1200
0.00436
6s18
8106184
PARAMETER
DDD,OP’
DDE,OP’
DDT,OP’
DDD,PP’
DDE,PP’
DDT,PP’
W
I
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
F
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
per gram (uglg);
<0,000436
<0.000327
<0.00120
<0.00050
0.00120
0.00820
this approximates parts per million @pm).
0.00125
<0.000342
0.0287
0.0035
0.0730
0.01220
-
,,
_.~
TABLE 6-4.
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--
-
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-
-
SITE 6 - STORAGE LOTS 201 AND 203 (Page 3 of 3)
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
DATE
6s19
8/06/84
6S20
8106184
PARAMETER
DDD,OP’
DDE,OP
DDT,OP’
DDD,PP’
DDE,PP’
DDT.PP’
0.00195
0.00228
0.0413
0.0061
0.0180
0.1400
0.000442
<0.000332
0.0124
0.0019
0.0011
0.0410
1
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per gram @g/g);
this approximates parts per million @pm).
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
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predominant.
All
of
the
soil
(borings
6Sll
general,
these
(borings
6Sl
contained
soil
through
samples
all
six
from
contained
contained
6SlO)
isomers
contained
the
at least
more
and at
the
drilled
one of
contaminants
higher
(borings
5 of
borings
in
the
than
6S14,
those
isomers.
in
Five
6S16,
201
target
concentrations.
6S13,
Lot
6S17,
Lot
203
of the
samples
and 6S19),
6 isomers
(borings
6511
6S18,
collected
from
8 monitoring
In
three
and 6S20).
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
None
of the
contained
groundwater
in the
site.
metabolites.
surface
However,
samples
collected
of
downstream
sample
of Piney
occurring
These
water
samples
concentrations
from
concentrations
east
samples
DDT or its
detected
the
collected
6S20>
through
samples
3.3.3
samples
the
target
compounds
collected
from
Bearhead
Creek
on the
south
in
suggesting
source
an additional
Road.
Migration
in
accumulation
resulting
the
were also
the
side
the
of
bordering
sediment
site.
sample
the
of contaminants
in
the
upstream
of
not
two creeks
of DDT and DDE were noted
DDE and DDT were greater
Green
wells
The
than
in
contaminants
the
may be
from
Lot
201 may also
of DDT and DDE in
the
creek
be
sediments.
Three
from
of
VOCs were
Wallace
these
located
water
Creek
which
contaminants
in
Lot
samples.
contaminants
3.3.4
detected
in
the
downstream
is
located
is unknown
203 (6GWl)
Based
are
on this
detected
are
water
to the northeast
at
this
different
time.
than
limited
from
sample
of Lot
collected
203.
The source
The VOCs detected
the
amount
originating
VOCs detected
of data
it
different
appears
in
in
the
the
well
surface
that
the
sources.
RRCOMMRNDATIONS
DDT, DDD, and DDE contamination
detailed
soil
vertical
and area1
to a depth
reached
surface
the
sampling
of only
shallow
is widespread
investigation
extent
3 feet.
of
should
contamination;
The data
groundwater
indicate
as of January
3-36
in Lots
201 and 203.
be conducted
previous
that
1987.
to determine
sampling
is
the
has occurred
contamination
It
A
possible
has not
that
the
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contaminants
to reach
may be tightly
the
The source
of VOCs in
It
of
to soil
particles
and thus'are
unlikely
groundwater.
investigation.
source
adsorbed
the
the
surface
appears
three
water
unlikely
VOCs detected
of Wallace
that
in
Lot
the
Creek
needs
203 as currently
upstream
further
defined
and downstream
is
the
water
samples.
A forested
area
as a disposal
evidence
soil
Following
Risk
VOCs in
is
Wallace.
the
in
therefore
A site
investigation
of
This
there
areas
a reasonable
wells
been
is
of
used
surface
is bounded
source
consisting
of monitor
to have
of
on the
the
geophysics,
and collection
of
soil
area.
the
be conducted
detected
appears
Currently
past.
and is
this
Creek
depressions.
installation
characterization
by the
in
and small
Creek
should
203 and Wallace
some point
piles
recommended
Assessment
the
Lot
and subsequent
represented
for
at
by Wallace
gas,
samples
area
of debris
northwest
observed
between
environmental
to
contamination
FS.
3-37
the
contamination
determine
the
and to determine
at
risk
this
AOC, a
levels
clean
up levels
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3.4
SITE
FIGWNG
3.4.1
SITE
This
two acre
south
for
of
fire
1981
the
the
site
is
fighting
training
including
consists
indicates
that
northwest
toward
SITE
Green
pit.
shallow
is
1960's
carried
out
solvents,
AOC has been
to the
present.
in an unlined
separator
used
Until
pit.
and contaminated
similar
to
that
The groundwater
sand.
groundwater
Bearhead
This
Boulevard,
fuels
has been
(non-
installed
at
control.
site
and silty
the
An oil-water
of pollution
the
from
oil,
Road and Holcomb
6, K3/L3).
were
used
the
underlying
of sand
3.4.2
in
as a means
Piney
exercises
activities
were burned
The geology
between
(PWDM coordinates
training
liquids
site
located
Creek
fire
leaded)
PIT
BACKGROUND
Bearhead
Flammable
TRAINING
from
Creek
of
Site
6 (Figure
contour
the
area
at a gradient
of
6-2)
map (Figure
of the
pit
flows
approximately
and
6-4)
to the
0.026
ftfft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Two shallow
monitoring
groundwater
below
with
a water
sampled
in
o
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Lead
o
Oil
0
Volatile
o
Total
data
July
fire
Well
were
installed
training
(639)
pit
1984
(Figure
located
1984 and analyzed
in
just
to characterize
6-l).
east
These
of Piney
the
two wells
Green
along
Road were
for:
(O&G)
organics
Phenols
9-l
presents
indicate
9GWl and Well
9GW3 sampled
analytes
the
supply
& Grease
Table
wells
the
that
1984
were detected
results
lead,
chromium,
9GW2.
in
analytical
in
this
the
and phenols
The analytical
represents
of
results
the
data
supply
3-38
well.
sampling
were detected
for
for
1984
the
water
event.
in
well
sample
supply
Well
both
listed
639.
The
Wells
as
No target
-
._-
-
- --._
TABLE 9-I.
DATE
PARAMETER
CHROMIUM
LEAD
W
I
W
\D
SITE 9 - FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
TANDARD
I
50
50
9GWl
l/5/84
I
45
80
PIT
9GWl
1 l/19/86
1
1
36.2
41.6
9Gw2
l/5/84
1
1
86
94
9Gw2
1 l/19/86
I
79
<22
9Gw3
-l/5/84
1
I
<6.0
<40
9Gw3
1l/18/86
1
I
<5.4
<22
9Gw3
l/21/87
1
I
30
31
OIL & GREASE
NONE
3
CO.2
<0.7
CO.2
<0.8
<0.2
0.2
PHENOLS
NONE
3
6
4
6
<l
5
<2
I ,2-DIBROMOETHANE
NONE
NRQ
<0.020
NRQ
<0.020
0.157
CO.01
NRQ: analysis not requested.
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
per liter (ug/L);
this
NRQ
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In November
1986
a third
pit
and sampled
along
The
1986 water
samples
the
following
0
Xylene
o
Methylethyl
o
Methyl
o
Ethylene
o
Hexavalent
9-l
Well
9GWl.
was not
monitoring
wells.
installed
the
constituents
the
listed
above
with
again
detected
in
but
lead
ketone
indicates
that
In Well
Two sets
designation
lead,
of samples
The November
were
were
were
again
collected
a shallow
1986 data
(ethylene
of chromium
and phenols
and phenols
now represents
639).
presence
chromium,
9GW2, chromium
detected.
from
monitor
detected
dibromide)
the
monitoring
well,
the
while
detected
not
presence
January
well
the
water
of phenols
1987.indicated
and lead.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
data
contamination
and groundwater
and/or
of
the
samples
adjacent
to
the
pit,
from
Well
only
trace
in
3.4.4
RECOMMENDATIONS
the
health
trace
collected
levels
and the
environment.
be conducted
Assessment,
and analyzed
of
Well
at
Well
this
that
the
AOC site
9GW1, located
low levels
potential
is
low.
from
No target
contamination.
for
The
immediately
of contamination.
downgradient
The samples
the
pit,
likewise
analytes
were
639.
of contamination
is unlikely
Assessment
Risk
supply
it
pit,
from
hydraulically
detected
Because
water
collected
levels
map suggest
migration
has detected
9GW3, located
contained
contour
contaminant
analysis
the
of
Chromium
The chemical
of
for
downgradient
dibromide
well
3.4.3
two previously
were analyzed
and 1,2-dibromoethane
the
the
was installed
ketone
9GW3 (this
supply
with
well
additions:
isobutyl
Table
monitoring
that
were
this
AOC presents
However,
to document
an additional
to provide
detected
it
the
set
is
lack
of
a current
3-40
in
risk.
groundwater
data
immediate
a substantial
recommended
of
the
base.
that
Prior
samples
vicinity
risk
to
a Risk
to initiation
should
be
of
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3.5
3.5.1
21 - T-STORAGE
SITE
This
BACKGROUND
AOC is
located
between
(PWDM coordinates
northeastern
(Figure
LOT 14Q
21-l).
140 across
The entire
of
the
pit
and Sneads
A transformer
10,115).
end of Lot
dimensions
Ash Street
lot
is
measuring
the
oil
Ferry
pit
railroad
Road
was located
tracks
approximately
long
in
from
220 feet
25 to 30 feet
on Center
the
Building
702
by 890 feet
by 6 feet
Road
wide
with
the
by 8 feet
deep.
Lot
140 was used
area
is
for
pesticide
believed
been
possibly
washout
pesticide
equipment.
the
southeast
occurred
In
disposal.
location,
1958 to 1977 for
application
to have
contamination
excess
from
1977,
was estimated
and as a cleaning
The mixing
corner
as a result
before
mixing
of
of
activities
area
the
small
the
pesticides
Pesticide
lot.
spills,
were moved
to be about
for
washout,
and
to a different
350 gallons
per week of overland
discharge.
In
1950-51
an onsite
transformers.
standing
pit
was used
as a drainage
Sand was occasionally
in
the
pit
placed
The total
bottom.
in
receptor
the
quantity
pit
for
oil
from
when oil
of oil
was found
drained
in
this
manner
is unknown.
Since
only
one monitoring
cross-section
indicates
silt,
of
that
and
measured
sandy
at nine
the
the
site
site
clay.
feet
well
has been
has not
been
is underlain
The surface
below
land
installed
prepared.
by sandy
of
surface
interval.
3-41
at
the
gravel
shallow
and lies
this
AOC, a geologic
The boring
log
(fill
material),
groundwater
within
for
the well
sandy
at
the
a sandy
silt
site
was
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LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
SOIL SAMPLES
SOURCES:
.1 Lz,IEU
SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
SITE 21-TRANSFORMER
W8ter rnd
ESE. 1987.
Air Reremch.
Inc.. 1993
MARINE CORPS BASE
STORAGE
LOT 140
3-42
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3.5.2
SITE
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
One shallow
samples
the
i
monitoring
were
well
collected
following
in both
July
at
this
site
in
1984 and November
1984.
Groundwater
1986 and analyzed
for
parameters:
o
Organochlorine
pesticides
o
Organochlorine
herbicides
o
Polychlorinated
biphenyls
o
Volatile
o
Tetrachlorodioxin
o
Xylene
o
Methylethyl
o
Methyl
o
Ethylene
o
Oil
organics
(1986
(1986
only)
(1986
only)
only)
ketone
isobutyl
(1986
ketone
dibromide
C grease
Appendix
was installed
only)
(1986
(1986
(1986
A presents
only)
only)
only)
a complete
listing
of all
target
analytes
and their
abbreviations.
that no target
.. Table 21-1 indicates
sample collected
from 21GWl.
Only
herbicide)
and O&G were
detected
analytes
were
identified
two parameters,
in
the
2,4-D
November
1986
in
(an
the
July
1984
organochlorine
sample.
SOIL
In
August
inside
six
the
fenced
samples
were
These
area.
herbicides
data
1984,
for
samples
10 soil
borings
area
and six
collected
samples
were hand augered
from
collected
soil
samples.
from
these
These
contaminants
four
for
in
were
this
fenced
located
organochlorine
Table
The analytical
borings
the
borings
biphenyls.
of DDD, DDE, and DDT were found
borings.
the
were analyzed
and polychlorinated
these
outside
borings
at
all
the
identified
3-43
inside
21-2
presents
of several
presented.
samples
in
both
borings
A total
area.
the
pesticides
results
also
are
AOC, four
fenced
and
the
analytical
duplicate
Detectable
collected
surface
of
from
amounts
the
samples
as well
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TABLE 21-1.
SITE 21- TXANSFORMER
STORAGE LOT 140
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
DATE
PARAMETER
OIL & GREASE
2,4-D
NRQ:
NC GW
STANDARDS
2lGWl
7M84
21GWl
11/26/86
NONE
70
I=Q
<0.08
400
1.17
analysis not requested.
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per liter (q/L);
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
3-44
TABLE 21-2.
SITE 21- TRANSFORMER STORAGE LOT 140
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
DATE
21SIA
S/3/84
2ISIA
S/3/84
2lSlB
S/3/84
PARAMETER
IALDRIN
I 0.0011 I <O.oooo8
I <0.omo8I
DDD,PP'
O.OQSI
0.0040 co.coo5o
DDE,PP'
0.0460
0.0043
<0.00020
DDT.PP'
0.0520
0.0140
<0.00120
~HEPTACHLOR1 ~0.00~061 ~0.00006I <0.00007 1
2lSlB
g/3&4
2lSlC
8/3/&l
2lSIC
8/3/M
21s2c
8/3fa4
21S2A
8/3/84
<O.oooo8I co.ooooEII <0.omo8 I <0.oooo8I <0.oooo8I
0.00060
<o.cao5o
0.00560
<0.00020
0.00580
<0.00120
<O.OC006 1 <0.00007
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per gram (uglg);
CO.00060
1
0.00310
<0.00120
co.00007
<o.ooo6o
0.0260
0.0870
I <o.ooo07I
0.0074
0.0740
0.0370
<0.oooo7
21S2A
21S2B
8/3/M
8/3/&l
<o.oooo7
I <0.cooo8I
0.0047
0.0067
0.0057
I -co.oooo6I
0.0044
O.W80
0.0400
<0.00006
I
this approximates parts per million @pm).
0
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
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0
i
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as
soil
any
of
Six
soil
of
samples
these
samples
the
fenced
were
of
November
fenced
compound.
area
DDD,
DDE,
1986
eight
in
to
soil
samples
were
Organochlorine
pesticides
o
Organochlorine
herbicides
o
Polychlorinated
o
Tetrachlorodioxin
results
Table
21-4.
The most
DDT .
Thirty
out
compound
the
3-5
of
down
transformer
in
of
augered
analyzed
the
define
four
in
detected
in
depths
21-3
soil
augered
of
each
area
of
outside
indicate
samples
extent
at
the
organochlorine
Table
were
the
in
for
surface
borings
further
the
to
oil
November
collected
distributed
at
of
five
Boring
soil
the
the
collected.
outside
the
contamination.
borings.
are
2,4-D,
the
The 32
were
is
located
to
the
presented
DDD,
DDE,
herbicide
DDD was
DDE and
feet;
close
were
depths.
biphenyls
is
effort
contained
all
21SO9 which
boring
sampling
detected
32 samples
Polychlorinated
This
1986
compounds
a depth
from
area.
the
prevalent
range.
fenced
3.5.3
not
for:
for
evenly
collected
the
The
of
was
foot
samples
were
biphenyls
analytical
soils
borings
as shown
soil
from
analyzed
o
the
PCBs
range.
were
all
additional
an attempt
six
results
and DDT in
were collected
in
foot
samples
The
samples
This
l-2
from
These
Soil
The
the
collected
and herbicides.
presence
..
from
samples.
pesticides
In
collected
in
and
2,4-D.
likewise
found
DDT were
detected
down
detected
in
on the
location
two
soil
northeast
of
the
corner
former
pit.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
two
the
rounds
of
shallow
soils
organochlorine
often
in
have
also
sampling
as well
herbicides
the
soil
been
data
Chlordane
in
the
that
to a depth
and DDT and
samples.
identified
as
indicate
its
of
3-46
at
derivatives
and aldrin,
soils.
pesticide
least
compounds
five
were
feet.
detected
organochlorine
are
present
The
most
pesticides,
to
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TABLE 21-3.
DATE
PARAMETER
ALDRIN
DDD,PP’
DDE.PP’
DDT ,PP’
HEPTACHLOR
14-l
.02-09/O
SlTE 21- TRANSFORMER STORAGE LOT 140
DETECTED TARGFT ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
21S3A
8rm4
2lS3B
813&l
21sx
813184
21S4A
813184
21S4B
813184
21S4c
Km4
<O.oooo8
0.0044
0.0530
0.0200
<0.00007
<O.OWOS
0.0036
0.0420
0.0140
<o.OOoO7
<O.OC008
0.0070
0.0400
o.om
<o.ooQo6
<0.00007
<o.o005
0.160
0.780
<O.OQOO6
<0.oooo8
<0.0005
0.220
2.100
<O.C0006
<o.OooO7
0.0230
0.0079
0.0740
0.0027
Vftluu reported arc concentrations in micrograms per gram (q/g);
this approximates parts Per million @pm).
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
3-47
1 /SO
-,
TABLE 21-4.
DATE
SITE 21 - TRANSFORMER
STORAGE
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
2lS05A
11112186
21SO5B
1l/12/86
21so5c
1l/12/86
0.661
0.298
._.-
-
.___
-.
/-
---
LOT 140 (Page 1 of 4)
21S05D
1l/12/86
21SO6A
11112186
21SO6B
1l/12/86
0.369
0.401
0.394
21sO6C
1l/12/86
21SO6D
1 l/12/86
PARAMETER
[2,4-D
1 0.0574
1
1
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per gram (q/g);
per million @pm).
1
0.148
1
0.118
this approximates parts
.
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
2
0.
ii
L
-
-._
-_
TABLE
21-4.
DATE
--
-
._-__
SITE 21- TRANSFORMER
STORAGE
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
21SO7A
21S07B
21SO7C
1 l/12/86
1l/12/86
1l/12/86
-_-
_-
LOT 140 (Page 2 of 4)
21SO7D
1 l/12/86
21S08A
1 l/12/86
21S08B
1l/12/86
21SO8C
1 I/12/86
PARAMETER
wI
s
Values are concentrations in micrograms
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
per gram (ug/g);
this approximates parts per million @pm).
21S08D
1 l/12/86
..~
I
..--
---
-
TABLE 21-4.
21SO9A
1l/12/86
1
IDDD.PP*
IDDE.PP*
IDDT,PP’
PCBSTOTAL
2,4-D
Y
Ln
0
1
1
1
1
:97
<0.0636
0.0955
<0.0530
<0.265
17. loo
0.151
21SO9B
1l/12/86
1
1
1
1
1
<0.245
CO.639
0.174
<0.0106
<O. 106
1.430
0.152
21sO9c
11/12/86
1
1
1
1
1
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
parts per million (ppm).
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
<0.0247
<0.0643
0.218
<0.0107
<0.0107
<0.510
<0.0793
-.
--
SITE 21- TRANSFORMER
STORAGE
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
DATE
PARAMETER
IBHC.D
IcHLORDANE
~-
LOT 140 (Page 3 of 4)
21SO9D
1l/12/86
1
1
1
1
1
<0.0257
<O.Ot569
0.0579
<0.0112
<0.0112
0.954
0.015
per gram (U&J);
21SOlOA
1l/12/86
1
1
1
1
1
21SOlOB
11112/86
21SOlOC
11112/86
<O.O251
<0.025 1
<0.0263
<O-O655
CO.0654
CO.0686
<O.O1O9
co.0114
<O.OlO9
<O.OlO9 1 <O:OlO9 1 <0.0114
<O.OlO9 I <O.OlO9 I <0.0114
<0.520
co.519
co.537
0.268
0.195
0.109
this approximates
21SOlOD
11112186
co.0279
CO.0728
<0.0121
<0.0121
I <O.Olfl
<0.571
co.0956
.--
TABLE 21-4.
SITE 21 - TRANSFORMER
STORAGE
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL SAMPLES
21Sl IA
11112186
DATE
PARAMETER
IBHC.D
CHLGRDANE
DDD.PP’
DDE.PP’
---,--
IDDT.PP’
1
1
1
1
1
I
PCBS,TOTAL
2,4-D
<0.0247
<0.0645
<0.0108
<0.0108
<0.0108
<OS505
0.190
~-
21SllB
1 l/12/86
1
1
1
1
I
I
Values reported are concentrations
parts per million (ppm).
<0.0253
<0.0661
<O.Oll
co.011
CO.01 1
<0.518
0.166
21SllC
1 l/12/86
1
1
i
1
I
I
<0.0284
CO.0741
<0.0124
co.0124
<0.0124
<0.581
0.490
in micrograms
LOT 140 (Page 4 of 4)
21SllD
1 l/12/86
1
1
1
1
I
I
0.0286
<0.0747
<0.0124
co.0124
<0.0124
co.585
0.345
per gram (uglg);
21S012A
1l/12/86
21S012B
1l/12/86
21SO12C
1 l/12/86
1 <0.02! 58
<0.0266
<0.027
CO.0694
1 <0.0674
co.0704
1 0.143
0.032
0.445
1 0.0531 t 0.032
1 <0.0117
I 0.556
I 0.150
I 0.143
<0.534
<0.550
CO.558
0.306
0.302
0.484
I
I
I
21S012D
11112186
<0.0282
co.0735
0.0126
I <0.0123
I <0.0123
<0.576
0.685
I
I
this approximates
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990,
0.
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.
0
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.
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The
information
generated
suggests
that
have
migrated
in
not
the
This
1986
the
the
majority
of
to the
shallow
groundwater
limited
3.5.4
from
amount
the
organic
well
compounds
and was
data
does
noted
in
detected
indicate
installed
at
identified
However
groundwater.
sample
of
one monitoring
in
2,4-D
30 of
that
vertical
borings
down
in
was
the
this
the
site
soils
identified
32 soil
migration
samples.
can
occur.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Soil
contamination
was
A further
characterization
conducted
at
this
The
contamination
are
present
contamination,
should
at
of
AOC.
a more
be conducted.
Assessment
should
Assessment
identifies
the
extent
of
to
vertical
a depth
of
contamination
five
feet.
should
be
AOC.
detected
this
several
to date
suggests
In order
detailed
Following
to
be conducted.
an unacceptabl
waste
determine
delineation
this
that
of
additional
An F’
should
J risk
3-52
to
the
the
pesticides
risk
soils
and PCBs
represented
and groundwater
characterization,
then
health
by this
a Risk
be conducted
and/or
the
if
the
Risk
environment.
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3.6
SITE
3.6.1
The
22 -
SITE
Area
and Ash
location
of
insert
farm
the
tank
In
1979,
diesel
and unleaded
soils
of
farm
an area
which
a fuel
covers
storage
in
the
the
latest
leak
fuel
encountered
mixed
with
consistently
of
tanks
of
and
a lOO-gallon
of
22-l
leaks
leak
20,000
to
an underground
of
The
occurred
diesel
fuel
gallons
near
the
tank.
have
30,000
line
the
4 acres;
ground
fuel
Gibb
identifies
approximately
one above
being
an estimated
intersection
Figure
and several
in
the
J15).
1940s
occurred
(up
found
3.6.2
at
to
site
amounts
the
2 feet
adjacent
SITE
this
lesser
throughout
clay
was
east
in
of
the
tank
truck
facility.
sands,
of
located
10,
years,
1981.
The
is
(PWDM coordinates
constructed
the
loading
Farm
14 underground
was
throughout
Tank
Streets
depicts
fuel
TANK FAR&-
BACKGROUND
Industrial
Road
INDUSTRIAL
consist
of
silty
thick).
silt.
sand
Up to
to buildings
primarily
Clay
with
of
and developed
fine
stringers
mixtures
4 feet
of
and medium
were
found
an occasional
miscellaneous
thin
fill
layer
material
roads.
INVESTIGATIONS
GROUNDWATER
Two
shallow
sampling
In
site.
The
three
presents
Table
Six
monitoring
were
investigation
to
addition,
an existing
water
a full
22-l
VOCs
wells
and
characterize
samples
were
listing
of
presents
lead
tank
farm
area
with
fuel
components.
the
were
(22GWl).
target
analytical
detected
Several
The other
possible
sources
ug/l)
detected
in the groundwater
than
the North
for
lead,
the
of
the
for
sample
of contamination.
groundwater
recorded
for
at Well
3-53
was
also
and O&G.
the
three
groundwater
well
the
water
are
ethylbenzene,
ug/l.
in
the
associated
sample suggest
of benzene
22GWl was substantially
of 0.70
A
samples.
installed
identified
in
the
Appendix
abbreviations.
the
1984
sampled.
their
from
July
underneath
The concentration
standard
chloroform,
the
and
compounds
VOCs reported
Carolina
(602)
VOCs,
analytes
during
aquifer
well
results
in
sampled
shallow
supply
analyzed
all
and
the
water
other
concentrations
installed
(17000
greater
The
and toluene
likewise
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1EX.z
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LOCATIONS,
SiTE 22IADNOT POINT INDUSTRIAL
AREA TANK
XJRCES:
WATER
AND
AIR RESEARCH.
INC.,
1983;
FARM
ESE. 1997.
3-54
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GROUND
14-1.02-09/O
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CAMP LEJEUNE
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2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.Sl
06/02/90
exceed
the
groundwater
sample
Supply
standards.
collected
Well
from
602 located
O&G was the
Well
only
target
22GW2 installed
approximately
between
1,200
feet
compound
identified
the
farm
to the
tank
west
of
in
and the
the
tank
farm.
The sample
from
was detected
Carolina
Supply
the
deep
potable
1984
aquifer
effort
intensive
included
A second
of
AGC in January,
for
March
the
analytical
for
event.
As in
samples
collected
from
_ for
the
10,000
effort.
recorded
in
January
1987
than
the
O&G, which
all
the
O&G.
above
samples
method
this
the
in
1987.
detection
same well
in
of 9,000
for
this
1984 sample
from
22GW2 in
contain
the
July
3-56
the
from
lead,
1984
recorded
the
than
the
is
greater
ug/l).
was found
in
no target
sample
collected
in
(400
1987 contained
sample
1984
previously
which
22GWl
methylene
water
consistently
compound
The groundwater
did
this
in
during
ug/l
this
presents
was identified
July
limits.
22-l
were
at
were
during
concentrations
a concentration
in
wells
detected
found
the
This
The concentrations
Xylene
standard
of
22.
of benzene
to those
of sampling.
collected
O&G was identified
were
lower
HPIA.
Table
VOCs and lead
range.
North
Area
samples
collected
at
groundwater
collected
Site
of samples
were similar
detected
at
the
1984 sampling.
(ppb)
the
Industrial
two monitoring
The levels
billion
at
Carolina
1987 from
Only
22GWl.
round
investigation
three
sets
was detected
earlier
samples
analytes
January
the
was not
three
Two of
Lead
Point
wells
of
Benzene
contamination
The two groundwater
1984,'.several
per
excess
within
on the
as the
three
Well
Hadnot
the monitor
was performed
and toluene
North
of the
was recommended
of
the
parts
ethylbenzene
sampling
22 had identified
and May 1987.
sampling
above
Site
same parameters
data
in
at
and lead.
WCs
is
compound.
effort
sampling
which
this
vicinity
a resampling
round
analyzed
the
six
for
effort
in
contained
of 380 ug/l
standard
sampling
a more
(HPIA),
602 (22GW3)
at a concentration
groundwater
Since
the
Well
collected
chloride
from
in
and
22GW2.
DOC.No-.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-09/01/90
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.54
06/02/90
O’Brien
& Gere
Among
the
Engineers
activities
characterization
foot
layer
western
of
edge
study
was
defined
floating
product
the
to
tank
the
farm
determination
in
75 ft
a benzene
of
contaminant
study
level
(MCL)
that
of
of
not
a 15
on the
22GWl).
plume
has
1988.
the
drilled
northwest
plume
AOC in
and
well
contaminant
the
this
concluded
a monitoring
(approximately
The extent
maximum
product
Their
noted
characterize
farm.
at
floating
plume(s).
was
investigation
in
been
The
the
fully
5 ug/l.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Groundwater
movement
south-southwest
elevated
wells.
magnitude
benzene
as
been
the
indicator
identified
standard.
benzene
in
concentration
of
regulation
of
As
other
in
many
groundwater
3.6.4
generally
to
identified
in
groundwater
samples
collected
from
two
of
been
established
characterize
North
benzene
602
(380
compounds
and
groundwater
compound.
Well
the
consistent
5 ug/l
Carolina
has
contaminant
of
which
was
base,
O&G has
during
cases
the
are
the
orders
of
well
in July
above
the
using
plume
represents
concern
sampled
ug/l)
at
onsite
plume(s)
established
Of particular
(22GW3)
most
the
standards.
the
of
detected
in
The boundaries
for benzene.
Supply
is
been
However
the
area
VOCs have
a concentration
standard
this
Several
made to
to
in
New River.
have
than
has
.. groundwater
aquifer
the
efforts
greater
An attempt
shallow
The concentrations
sampling
water
the
concentrations
various
been
in
toward
monitoring
The
tank
able
beyond
3.6.3
the
a field
were
contaminant
of
of
conducted
of
also
vicinity
conducted
have
the
0.7
ug/l
is
the
1984.
only
drinking
as
the
presence
of
The
drinking
water
5 ug/l.
areas
samples
of
the
collected
from
the
been
shallow
identified
in
several
of
the
aquifer.
RECOMMENDATIONS
investigation
aquifer
‘intensive
included
in
at
the
vicinity
effort
was,
a resampling
Site
22 had
of
the
therefore,
of
the
identified
Hadnot
Point
contamination
Industrial
recommended
monitor
wells
3-57
within
at
Site
of
Area
the
22.
HPIA,
the
deep
(HPIA).
and
The basis
potable
A more
this
for
effort
and
the
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
14-l
.02-09/O
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.55
scope
Plan
of
for
this
effort
is
described
in
the
HPIA.
3-58
RI/FS
reports
and the
RI/FS
Work
l/90
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14-l
.02-09/O
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2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.56
06/02/90
3.7
SITE
24 - INDUST-
3.7.1
SITE
This
AOC is
Streets
located
south
disposal
Site
solvents,
used paint
spiractor
sludge
the
A geologic
layers
the
the
surface.
southwest
(Figure
flow
sides
groundwater
ranges
contour
ash,
the
cinders,
area
at a gradient
were
installed
Creek.
oriented
to be underlain
of sandy
from
by
gravel.
2 to
24-4)
drainage
treatment
20 to 25 acres
site
depth
four
of
and water
on a line
amounts
in
24-1,
of Codgels
map (Figure
toward
Figure
Approximately
and shows the
limited
filled
of fly
portions
and Duncan
areas
sewage sludge,
sand,.with
to be generally
of the
disposal
was drawn
24-3)
Birch
as potential
to 1980.
24-2)
of
As shown in
to upstream
The groundwater
groundwater
the
1940s
(Figure
shallow
intersection
compounds,
late
sand and silty
of
for
adjacent
east-west
the
L16-17/M16-17).
stripping
lies
of
were investigated
cross-section
of
surface
10,
24 was used
from
site
approximately
land
and east
locations
contamination.
size,
DUa
BACKGROUND
(PWDM coordinates
separate
in
FLY &B
The
10 feet
below
shows the
ditches
on the
of approximately
south
and
0.009
ftlft.
3.7.2
SITE
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Five
shallow
determine
this
the
site.
borrow
fly
monitoring
and debris
groundwater
a full
Table
listing
24-l
24GW2 also
or absence
of
wells
installed
disposal
were
area,
and one well
were
of all
analyzed
target
for
groundwater
1984 round
of
July
and zinc
arsenic.
were
found
and debris
in
disposal
Each well
3-59
sampling.
sample
both
samples
of
of
the
the
The five
Appendix
samples
The results
areas.
also
side
to
beneath
side
24-l).
A and VOCs.
the
groundwater
downgradient
AOC (Figure
Metals
1984
downgradient
data
the
contained
the
the
abbreviations.
during
borrow
on the
in July
and their
analytical
of the
of
for
in
on the
two wells
analytes
the
copper,
and sampled
contaminants
upgradient
presents
chromium,
downgradient
the
samples
and analyzed
that
presence
Two of
ash area,
wells
A presents
collected
indicate
collected
The sample
contained
from
one VOC.
well
The
0
1000
SCALE
IN FEET
24SE2
/
LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
A SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
l
.\’
\
\
SAMPLING
/
SOURCES:
‘igum
24-1
SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
SITE 24.
NDUSTRIAL
AREA FLY ASH DUMP
Watw
and
ESE 1997.
Afr Rssoarch,
Inc..
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
3-60
1993.
24G W4
24GW1
-\
SANDY GRAVEL
LEGEND
0
HORIZONTAL
LOGIC
INDUSTRIAL
CROSS
AREA
SECTION,
FLY ASH
I
1.000 FEET
SITE 24DUMP
WELL
SCALE
MARINE
CAMP
3-61
CORPS
BASE
LEJEUNE
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-OQ/Ol/QO
SCALE
.
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
SURFACE
STATION
IN FEET
WELL
WATER/SEDIMENT
SOURCES:
SEOLOGIC
INDUSTRIAL
CROSS
AREA
SECTION
LOCATION,
FLY ASH DUMP
SITE 24-
3-62
W8ter l d
ESE. 1987.
SAMPLING
Air Reswch.
Inc,
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
1983.
SCALE
l
LEGEND
MONITOR
IN FEET
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
SOURCES:
ATER CONTOUR MAP-
TO THIS SITE ONLY
Watr
and
ESE, 1997.
Air Resowch.
Inc.. 1983.
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
TABLE 24-l.
SITE 24 - INDUSTRlAt
AREA FLY ASH DUMP
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
DATE
NC OW
24OWl
UOWI
240W2
240W2
24OW3
24OW3
24OW4
24OW4
24OW3
7/4OWS
uOW6
uOW6
24OwI
24Owl
STANDARDS
Ill184
12/3/06
l/W
1213106
l/1184
12l3l86
ll7B-4
12/3/06
l/1/84
1213186
12/4/&i
3lJl87
1214/M
3t4ia7
PARAMETER
BENZENE
I
CHLOROFORM
METHYLENE
0.19
CHLORIDE
5
ARSENIC
50
CHROMIUM
50
6.6
1 <9.4 1
NA
1
W
I
kHROMIlJM(*6)
I
NONE
$
1COPPER
I
1000
<IO
1
24
NA
1 4.4
130
I
9a
1
NA
1
<lo
40
4
c2.a
a.6
c2.a
<40
-21
c4Q
Ql
Cl5
Q2
<IS
Q2
<l
u.1
Cl
0.1
26
C3.9
81
X5.9
NA: not analyzed.
INTF: interference
Values reported are concentrationsin micrograms per liter (ug/L);
Source: ESE, 1990.
I
I
16
1 47.3
1
5.6
C6
1
1
<6
37
NA 1 <IO 1 NA
3s
3
a.4
I
c9.4
14.2
I
<IO
1
3
c2.a
aa
40
47
<40
a7
a7
<lS
Q2
<IS
c-22
a2
2.2
0.1
<I
0.1
c3.1
a
u
c3.9
20
u
this approximatesparts per billion (ppb).
Q.L I
c2.a
I
3
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14-l
.02-09/O
l/90
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.57
06/02/90
sample
from
disposal
near
Well
area
the
three
24GW3 Located
contained
arsenic
Well
groundwater
different
example,
areas
elevated
levels
detected
contaminant
site.
The chemical
In
1986
of
the
resampled
of
in
chromium.
samples
Wells
sample
The results
are
in
(24GWl
With
the
increased.
is
Limits
detection
and analyzed
for:
presented
areas
For
contain
of VOCs.
the
the
filled
The
areas
perimeter
of
Low Level
contamination
installed
downgradient
of these
wells
the
24-l.
The
the wells
two groundwater
downgradient
the
1986
of the
fly
ash disposal
target
techniques
and hexavalent
in
the
attributable
detected
method
chromium,
number
of detected
to
increases
the
Levels
Limits.
3-65
in
area,
in
in
the
detection
target
from
were
for
1986 data
the
detection
than
changed.
limits
analytes
Less
and
1984 and
Limits
the method
1984 were
above
The upgradient
between
all
borrow
collected
results.
were changed
the
analytes
samples
compounds
several
of
any target
sampling
detected
As a result,
of lead
contain
earlier
were
A, VOCs and hexavalent
from
the
newer
Metals
The results
Analytical
the
locations
monitoring
in Table
1986 from
were
the
installed
had fewer
of
wells
and newly
with
A reduction
as several
at a minimum,
illustrates
downgradient
efforts.
partially
along
not
consistent
exception
filled
to
within
and 24GW2) did
limits.
VOCs.
sampling
Low Levels
monitoring
December
(24GW5)
1986
that,
24-l
existing
1986
part
no detected
1987
Figure
24GW3 and 24GW4,
most
only
located
December
detection
contain
are
the
strengths.
appear
to date
suggest
the
area
installed
only
of
of
those
is
contained
disposal
than
shallow
the
areas
areas
which
is present.
collected
and debris
fly.ash
24GW4,
variability
contaminant
ash
contained
portions
may be less
areas.
All
the
Other
data
area
different
strengths
two additional
wells.
well
wells
filled
~ method
to
area,
The spatial
that
Well
fly
to be upgradient
at different
of metals.
monitor
designed
of the
from
same disposal
as benzene.
suggest
adjacent
filled
of the
contaminants
as all
the
data
edge
The sample
the well
as well
quality
contain
the
24GW5,
southwestern
metals.
boundary
and copper
of
seven
southeastern
metals.
on the
in
1986 and
detection
the
1986
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-09/01/90
Z-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.63
06/ 02190
The two new monitoring
December
1986
the
southwest
well
amounts
and in March
of
of metals,
24GW7,
south
chromium
both
wells,
of
the
areas
of which
were
areas,
slightly
were
The results
disposal
disposal
was detected
Well
1987.
the
none
24GW6 and 24GW7,
indicate
(24GW6)
above
the
twice,
that
the
contained
only
from
limited
standards.
Well
metals.
However,
three
groundwater
in
samples
only
groundwater
contained
above
sampled
standard
of
50 ug/l
in
24GW7 samples.
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
Two surface
the
Site
water
24 disposal
collected
from
Samples
from
areas
the
sampling
surface
water
samples
samples
for
analytes
and their
analytical
data
disposal
for
water
metals
sample
contained
In December
additional
the
sample
contained
collected
in
these
stations
collected
same metals
at
were not
found
disposal
I
North
collected
areas,
chromium.
in
1986
and 24-3
24SWl
detection
limits
station
lead
the
the
24SW3,
which
and zinc.
3-66
24-l).
The
present
in
is
edge of
freshwater.
location
were
(24SW2)
standards.
resampled
and two
analyzed
presented
in
the
1984 data.
the
1984
for
Metals
Table
to
The concentration
the
The two
effort
water
southwest
identified
24-2.
the
sampling
The surface
1986.
located
the
The
and 24SW2 contained
in
during
the
established
are
target
The concentrations
for
were
24SWl
all
downgradient
below
sediment
respectively.
downstream
to these
at station
Creek,
of
samples,
The samples
stations
areas.
Cogdels
listing
and zinc.
stations
similar
method
contained
24-2
The results
from
to Figure
a full
levels
established.
identified
from
at
filled
from
standards
1984 from
also
the
of
were
A and VOCs, and the
from
Carolina's
downstream
24SWl/SEl
of
and sediment
collected
August
concentrations
above
Metals
A present
two sampling
were
The samples
were
for
water
collected
station
south
two VOCs, copper
same two metals
1986,
from
24 (refer
Tables
(24SWl)
were
were collected
Site
Appendix
below
VOCs that
of
surface
A, VOCs, and hexavalent
sample
24SW2/SE2
were analyzed
were
the
Samples
abbreviations.
for
samples
immediately
downstream
A only.
locations
the
water
ft
Metals
ditch
stations
1000
(SE)
in 1984.
drainage
approximately
The surface
.-
(SW) and sediment
of
for
the
_--
TABLE 24-2.
SITE 24 - INDljSTRL4.L AREA FLY ASH DUMP
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SURFACE WATER SAMPLES
NC SW
STANDARDS
DATE
24SWt
814184
24SWI
N/4/84
24SWl
24SW2
1213186 8/4/84
PARAMETER
NA:
not analyzed
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per liter (uglL);
parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
this approximates
24Sw2
1213186
24SW3
12/3/86
24SW4
1213186
--
.
-
TABLE 24-3.
DATE
SITE 24 - INDUSTRIAL
AREA FLY ASH DUMP
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
24SEl
a/3/84
24SE 1
1213186
24SE2
a/3/84
24SE2
1213186
24SE3
1213186
24SE4
1213186
PARAMETER
Values reported are concentrations in milligrams
parts per million (ppm).
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
per kilogram (mg/kg);
this approximates
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lead
(27.4
ug/l)
The
ug/l).
is
water
concentrations
sample
of
standards
samples
locations
at
the
presented
in
Table
the
sample
areas
for
these
were
collected
same
sampling
24-3,
from
the
station
from
Cogdels
Creek,
which
were
each
of
frequency.
collected
to
station
from
lowest
sample
from
freshwater
standard
(25
24SW4 contained
both
below
the
freshwater
metals.
indicate
The
Carolina’s
the
four
surface
The analytical
that
as many as
concentrations
immediately
location
contained
the
were
which
highest
as
metals
were
detected
identified
downgradient
24SE4,
sampling
results,
seven
of metals
water
of
is
in
the
the
disposal
located
on a
concentrations
of
metals.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
this
several
site,
ug/l)
metals
North
samples.
were
Carolina
detected
in
ug/l)
and
south
of
the
samples
area
are
lead
the
for
collected
greater
(50
areas
chromium
were
samples
only
and
24GW3 downgradient
slightly
of
standards
collected
from
exceeded
for
24GW7,
the
collected
exceeded
and 98 ug/l)
Carolina’s
samples
, also
groundwater
(130
Well
North
The
the
standards
from
than
ug/L).
disposal
in
groundwater
The concentrations
disposal
in
two
lead
the
at
(58
fly
ash
chromium
(50
which
is
groundwater
located
standard
chromium.
The concentrations
chloroform
Of the
surface
standards
collected
was
standards
one sample
of
of
which
groundwater
All
zinc
The
Although
for
and
samples.
tributary
North
collected
(24SEl).
3.7.3
above
arsenic
established
Sediment
in
slightly
water
(24SW3)
established
the
sediment
at
station
benzene
detected
detected
for
samples
contained
for
samples
24SE2
at
those
in
Well
the
sample
24GWl were
both
from
Well
above
24GW5 and
North
Carolina’s
compounds.
collected
during
a parameter
(lead)
the
two
above
sampling
North
efforts,
only
Carolina’s
freshwater.
contained
at
contained
seven.
3-69
least
four
metals,
and
the
sample
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3.7.4
RECOKMENDATIONS
The existing
filled
the
Site
monitor
areas.
filled
No sampling
areas,
24 has not
installed
AOC .
initiated.
wells
yet
the
sampling
have
been
will
along
or soil
has been
of
Additional
soil
Assessment
located
strength
been determined.
efforts
The Risk
24 are
of groundwater
and therefore,
and a detailed
When these
at Site
effort
completed,
determine
the
the
margins
conducted
wells
should
be conducted
a Risk
Assessment
need
for
the
within
contamination
monitor
the
of
within
should
be
at
this
should
be
an FS.
3-70
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3.8'
SJTE 28 - HADNQT POINT
3.8.1
SITE
BACKGROUND
The Hadnot
Point
Burn
Sewage Treatment
Coordinates
Plant
waste,
subsequently
operation
and grass
cubic
amount
currently
used
during
pond
the
shallow
below
land
The cross
and Cogdels
Groundwater
flow
approximately
3.8.2
section
including
and refuse
mixed
was burned
and
was in
closure
in 1971,
the
surface
was
of fill
including
is
estimated
disposal
Figure
28-2
presents
and lies
and groundwater
(Figure
28-3).
site
ranges
the
silty
contour
sources
is
the
the
were
The site
New River
at
fill
encountered
cross
in
at
section
of
from
1.48
depth
sand
recharge
is
pond.
and the
map (Figure
of
to
the
gravelly
a geologic
within
of
fishing
sandy,
activities
at this
185,000
be made.
however
line
at
no approximation
a stocked
sand,
toward
(PWDM
which
former
west
Creek
area
to be potential
0.002
SITE
paint,
Creek
to
wastes
Mainside
disposal
by silty
surface
solid
can reasonably
groundwater
the
of Cogdels
was burned,
area
of
23 acre
substances
the
east
sides
of
on a northwest-southwest
of
feet
debris.
from
its
the waste
as a recreational
drawn
to 3.35
on both
The volume
primarily
located
oil-based
Upon
activities.
The surface
is
on this
of specific
drilling
area
dirt
Since
and debris
material
garbage,
was planted.
28 is underlain
Site
and is
to 1971.
yards.
28-l)
A variety
with
1946
remaining
the
(STP)
trash,
covered
from
379,000
Dump (Figure
lO,Q13-14/R13-14).
industrial
graded
BURN DUMP
28-4)
this
show the
site.
a gradient
of
ft/ft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Four
shallow
part
of the
1984
Well
28GWl
1984;
shoreline
monitoring
of
were
groundwater
and Well
the
portion
of the
(28GW4)
was installed
pond.
installed
(Figure
investigation.
28GW2 on the
New River,
eastern
recreational
wells
and
site,
of Cogdels
in
1986
upgradient
of
Table
28-l
presents
the
3-71
wells
downgradient
side
28GW3 on the
Well
east
Three
28-l)
of
filled
the
analytical
site
side
One monitoring
areas
data
as
installed
were
downgradient
Creek.
the
and sampled
in
at
of
the
the
well
and the
from
the
July
28SE6
.
A
LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
HADNOT
LOCATIONS,
POINT BURN
SITE
DUMP
SAMPLING
~uRcESZ
Water and
ESE. 1907.
MARINE
28-
CAMP
3-72
Air Rasmrch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc..
BASE
1%
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lr9c.G
28GWl
SILTY SAND
LEGEND
0
I
HORIZONTAL
Figure 28-2
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION,
HADNOT
POINT BURN DUMP
SITE 28-
1
500 FEET
I
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WELL
SCALE
MARlNE
CAMP
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
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.
28SE5
A 28SW7
2899
LEGEND
MONITOR
SURFACE
STATION
WELL
WATEFUSEDIMENT
1 /SO
IN FEET
*
A 28SW8
28SE8
.
A
.02-09/O
h-28SW2
, 28SE2
P
SAMPLING
:igure 28-3
ZEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
IADNOT
POINT BURN DUMP
SOURCES:
SITE
28-
3-74
Water
and Air Remarch.
ESE, 1997.
Inc.. 1993.
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
LEJEUNE
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1SOc
1
.
LEGEND
MONITOR
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 0.5
ALL. ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
TO THIS SITE ONLY
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
---.-
~.______
*-
‘-
--
--
TABLE 28- 1.
--
*__
_
__.,
-..*-
SITE 28 - HADNOT PolNT BURN DUMP
DETECTEDTARGETANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
28GWl
l/l/84
NC GW
STANDARDS
DATE
-~_.
28GWl
12/16/86
28GW2
l/7/84
28GW2
12/16/86
28GW3
l/7/84
14
4.9
13
<1.3
<1.4
<l
<I.6
<I.0
Cl.0
<1.5
<I.7
Cl
PARAMETER
T- 1,2-DICHLORO
ETHENE
TRICHLOROETHENE
VINYL CHLORIDE
70
NONE
0.015
38
15
22
IDDD.PP*
DDE,PP’
DIELDRIN
NONE
NONE
NONE
0.12
0.015
0.003
OIL & GREASE
NONE
5
8
50
50
NONE
50
1.1
150
moo
5000
18
<6
NA
9.5
~ARSENIC
ICHROMIUM
ICHROMIUMtt6)
LEAD
MERCURY
NICKEL
IZINC
ZINC
I
I
I
I
I
1 <15
<3
28GW3 28GW4
12/11/86 12/11/86
<1.6
<3.0
<l.O
<1.6
<3.0
<l.O
I
<lO
140
0.2
1 <22
58
2
<I
<6
I NA
1 <40
1 <15
<3
reported are concentrations in micrograms per liter (ug/L);
Source: ESE, 1990.
<1.6
c3.0
<l.O
1 <0.013 1 0.093 I 0.018 1 0.22 I CO.013 I <0.013 I <O&O6
co.013
0.028
<0.013
0.007
co.013
<0.013
<0.006
co.013
<O.ool
<0.013
<O.oOl
<0.013
<0.013
<0.006
0.4
I <2.1
1 ~9.4
I <IO
1 38
0.3
1 <22
39
0.8
I
1
I
1
1
1
1
21
330
NA
336
CO.2
39
143
<0.3
I
1
I
1
1
1
1
INTF
15.8
<lo
<27
0.8
<22
12.3
<0.09
I
1
I
1
INTF
92.6
46.4
<27
0.7
1 43.1
1 142
INTF: interference
NA: not analyzed
Values
28GW4
314187
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
9
I
1
I
1
1
1
12.1
54
<IO
<27
0.5
16
77
I
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1984,
that
December
were
table.
1986 and March
detected
o
Metals
o
Hexavalent
o
Organochlorine
o
Polychlorinated
o
Oil
o
Volatile
o
Tetrachlorodioxin
o
Xylene
o
Methylethyl
o
Methyl
compounds
isobutyl
(MRK)
ketone
only)
(1986/87
only)
(1986/87
listing
of all
well
Site
shore
28.
the
line
70 ug/L.
and their
of DDD and DDE were
the
1984
identified
were detected
level
in
the
was also
(2 ug/L
vinyl
28GWl
of
sample
for
Well
area
detected
in
drinking
chloride,
December
from
filled
in
in
28GWl
the
the
1986.
The levels
this
well
water
only).
in
1984 and 1986 were below
The levels
of
trichloroethene
are
the
above
the
of
located
western
at
a level
Three
and trichloroethene)
detected
of 2.8
were
trans-1,2-
groundwater
N.C.
standard
Groundwater
ug/L.
in
the
concentration
lead
exceeded
the
Well
28GWl
concentrations
at
in
chloride
10m5 risk
were detected
A number
analytes
No pesticides
downgradient
Vinyl
in Well
The highest
levels
samples.
of VOCs were detected
detected
Standard
target
samples.
exceeded
Metals
analytes:
only)
1984 detectable
monitoring
1987
(1986/87
(MIBK)
a full
In July
dichloroethene
of
following
the
(VOC)
VOCs (trans-1,2-dichloroethene,
also
the
in
only)
ketone
of
which
for
reported
(PCB)
(TCDD)
New River
portion
were analyzed
are
parameters
(O&G)
(1986/87
levels
the
limits
those
(OCP)
Biphenyls
organic
three
Trace
detection
Only
(Cr+6)
pesticides
A presents
1986 or
samples
chromium
and Grease
in all
method
efforts.
B
abbreviations.
at
the
The groundwater
Appendix
..
above
1987 sampling
of metals
1984
of metals
applicable
were
July
found
groundwater
below
detected
samples
the
in
all
3-77
from
were
Wells
in Well
standards.
N.C.
four
Groundwater
monitoring
28GWl
28GW3;
Mercury
and 28GW3.
chromium
was detected
Standard
wells
and
of 1.1
in
the
in
ug/L.
1986 and
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1987 samples,
suggesting
site.
detected
Of the
groundwater
sample
Arsenic
1986
1984,
and in
28GW3 in
and mix
of
the
1986
analytes
in
the
groundwater
detected
in Well
are
samples
above
Hexavalent
but
28GW1,
in all
four
not
the
was
March
1987
and 28GW4 in
the
the
analysis
not
monitoring
well
where
the
the
chromium
in
28GW3,
28GWl
did
July
samples
samples
collected
in
1986
in the
two rounds
of
sampling
significance
is
samples
suggesting
that
is subject
to time
variance.
in
1986 are
in similar
to the
of metal
the
Lack
the
proportion
The levels
similar
lowering
well
greatest
reduced.
generally
three
analytes
and 1987
slightly
be a general
28GW4,
Wells
1987
all
Of the
in
samples
Well
in
detected
detected
are
was detected
throughout
and 1987
1986.
different.
but
from
detected
somewhat
1984,
chromium
pattern
interference.
Well
The levels
disposal
28GW3 and 28GW4.
and March
of O&G were
for
uniform
total
was detected
matrix
in
except
.
1986
December
collected
I
1
the
sample.
Low levels
/
in Wells
in
encounter
metals,
standard
detected
1984,
a relatively
1984 samples,
concentrations
in
of pesticides
occurrence
of
The
of VOCs
to
of metals
Levels
those
detected
although
the
are
in
there
1986/87
these
detected
all
in
1986187
appears
samples
to
overall.
SURFACE WATER
Seven
the
surface
water
sampling
Two of
investigation.
August
1984;
Cogdels
28SWl
Creek
of
During
the
December
added,
four
area.
The surface
analytes
in
the
the
samples.
that
in
passes
downstream
groundwater
stations
were
the
the
filled
area
1986
the
were
the
intersection
filled
Cogdels
28-2
presents
over
the method
with
Creek
for
the
the
analytical
detection
as part
sampled
area
the
new sampling
were analyzed
3-78
of
sampled
and 28SW2 in Cogdels
five
and one in
were
Locations
portion
Landfill
near
samples
Table
detected
central
the
28-1)
sampling
investigation,
New River
water
seven
north
through
(Figure
in
where
Creek
New River.
Locations
upstream
of
were
the
same parameters
data
Limit.
of
for
all
filled
as the
-._
TAlJLE28-2.
SITE18
- IIADNOT
DEI-ECED
SUlwAce
-
POINT BURN DUMP
TARGET ANALYES
WATER
NC SW
DATE
.-.
STANDARDS
SAMPLES
ZSSWI
18SWI
28SWI
law2
2asw2
zeswl
2asw3
28Sw4
l#SWJ
2SSW6
28sw-l
S/3/84
8141116
Ill1 II86
Sl3i84
IN186
12/11186
121lll86
l2ll5/86
12115186
12115I86
121lSt86
<0.035
co.035
<0.013
co.015
<0.013
<0.013
<O.ool
I
<0.035
<0.aoo1
co.013
<o.oMI1
NR
NA
I
a.9
I
I
<O.ool
I
<O.ool
I
0.002
<0.m1
<0.013
<0.013
<O.OlS
<0.015
<0.013
do.013
<o.cco3
aow3
till
NR
<0.013
<0.025
<0.013
<0.013
<3
<3
4
(4
I
8.4
I
a.9
‘i
<3
I
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DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
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06/02/90
The water
the
chemistry
groundwater
water
data
data
for
surface
indicating
may be attributed
disposal
the
that
water
the
to activities
analytes
upstream
at
the
far
northern
portion
were present
in
the
December
1984 samples
identified
not
in
the
detected
limits
in
isomers
in
1986
in
the
of the
that
December
1986
was detected
1984 but
detected
in both
were not
in
the
samples
or of a unique
site
BHC,A,
28SWl
samples.
this
BHC,B
These
surface
and BHC,D
were
not
pesticides
However
method
levels
of
were
detection
the
BHC
factor.
Cogdels
in any of
collected
the
and 28SW2 but
detectable
of the
detected
the
site.
of
from
in
same time.
and the -absence
to
significantly
detected
of
from
during
1986 may be attributable
in
was also
any of
increased
Trichloroethene
samples
groundwater
differed
the
from
Creek
surface
water
1986
samples.
This
VOC
1984
and
28SWl
and
Well
28GWl
in both
1986.
Zinc
was detected
28SW2.
It
present
in only
in surface
was not
was present
detected
28SW4 in
the
1986
than
the
was present
upstream
of
is
of
levels
in
greater
upstream
Cogdels
Creek
River.
Cadmium
not
detected
the
but
in
water
at 28SWl
1986.
samples
water
the
Hadnot
1986
samples
three
locations
in
Cogdels
standard
of 0.2
ug/L.
Since
all
in
this
Dump.
two of
sampling
detected
from
for
Burn
at
the
1984
was not
(28SW3),
Point
in
Mercury
site
was detected
collected
or 28SW2 in
quality
was present
December
samples
may indicate
Chromium
the
four
station
in
1984
that
was not
samples
and was
samples
Creek
the
from
28SW2 in August
source
in
the
sediment
1986.
locations
were
sediment
samples
o
Metals
o
Organochlorine
o
Polychlorinated
locations
sampled
corresponding
as part
were analyzed
of
for
to the
the
the
B
pesticides
Biphenyls
(OCP)
(PCB)
3-80
investigation
following
surface
water
(Figure
parameters:
sampling
28-l).
New
1986 but
SEDIMENT
Seven
at
mercury
detected
taken
but
The
was
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o
Oil
and Grease
o
Tetrachlorodioxin
o
Hexavalent
Appendix
(O&G)
(TCDD)
only)
Chromium
A lists
the
Analytical
results
Only
parameters
those
Chlordane
(1986
for
was the
detected
in
either
detected
in
all
sampling
effort.
individual
the
target
sediment
detected
only
three
samples
above
parameter
the
analytes
groundwater
samples
from
In addition
abbreviations.
are presented
method
detected
and their
detection
in
the
or the
surface
Cogdels
Creek
DDE was detected
in
limits
sediment
28-3.
were
reported.
that
water.
was not
Chlordane
during
in
Table
the
was
December
1984 and 1986
in
1986
both
28SEl
and 28SE2.
O&G levels
were
concentrations
were
Detectable
levels
identified
in most
I
Nickel
t
four
I
!
higher
was the
of the
in
1986 than
identified
in
of arsenic,
of
only
the
metal
New River
samples.
from
tissue
1984 within
the
New River
cadmium,
chromium,
samples
of
in
in
both
those
listed
were
obtained
1984
only.
Cogdels
Creek.
Similar
samples.
lead,
Cogdels
nickel
Creek
above
that
from
the
and zinc
and the
was not
were
New River.
present
in all
TISSUE
Two samples
north
terminus
OCP and PCB.
performed
fish
of Site
Listed
on July
28 in
below
17,
are
the
The tissue
analytical
results
fresh
water
samples
of
the
were
pond
at
the
analyzed
sampling
for
effort
1984:
Concentration
Parameter
PCBs,
)
28TI1
Total
11
BCH,A
PCBs were not
bioaccumulated
28TI2
8
0.10
detected
in
the
elsewhere
foodchain
in
0.1
the
investigation.
and may or may not
3-81
PCBs are
have
originated
from
the
-. --.
TABLE 28-3.
DATE
PARAMETER
CHLORDANE
DDD,PP’
DDE,PP’
OIL & GREASE
W
do
h)
ARSENIC
CADMIUM
CHROMIUM
LEAD
NICKEL
ZINC
SITE 28 - HADNOT POINT BURN DUMP
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
28SEl
28SEl
28SE2
813184 12/l 1186 813184
<0.0023
0.084
0.0012
0.298
<0.0159
0.243
<0.0041 1
0.0022
0.0005
1
1.50
0.100
10
46
2
16
Values reported are concentrations
6.86
3.15
22.5
190
13.4
675
co. 1
co. 1
0.4
2
0.8
1
1
1
I,
1
28SE3
12/l l/86
28SE4
12/15/86
28SES
12/15/86
0.347
1 0.595 1 <0.0639
I<O.O4591 <0.0128
1kO.0597 1 <O. 155
2750
1 4630
1
10.3
<I.94
18.2
42.1
<14.7
79.1
10.4
4.47
27.4
135
<20.1
1 167
co.561
co.617
2.38
X5.75
<4.68
1
4.38
in milligrams per kilogram (mglkg);
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
28SE2
12/l l/86
238
28SE6
12/15/86
28SE7
12/15/86
1 <0.0645
1 <0.0129
1 co.156
1 CO.0661 1
1 <0.0132 1
I <0.160
I
CO.0645
CO.0129
<0.156
1
1
177
<0.757
co.459
3.53
c4.27
<3.48
1
3.73
<I76
1.32
X0.413
2.69
4.52
<3.590
1 6.06
1
144
1
0.645
CO.452
2.77
4.75
<3.430
4.98
this approximates parts per million (ppm).
I
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site
depending
tissue
on the
indicate
that
this
may be discharging
chemical
Levels
the
fish
compound
in
the
pond.
was present
Creek,
in
The BHC,A data
this
as indicated
area
of Site
by the
surface
acute
toxicity
of PCB and BHC,A were below
for
28 and
water
levels.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
The groundwater
from
the
have
applicable
State
the
North
Carolina
contaminants
from
The surface
waters
contaminants
By the
at
are
discharge
scour
waters
found
greater
than
of
surface
waters
of
the
creek
the
shallow
indicates
Creek
were also
applicable
the
during
migrating
to
groundwater
Table
28-l
groundwater
to
contained
New River.
bottom
and discharges
shallow
the
into
groundwater
standards.
This
to
of Cogdels
are
the
standards
Code.
discharging
and sediments
in
in
groundwater
and sediments
sediment
contaminated
28,
concentrations
continuous
episodic
analytes
that
New River
groundwater
Administrative
Site
the
analytes
of applicable
Carolina
indicates
to
Target
of target
of North
strongly
discharges
Creek.
in excess
a comparison
28-4)
directly
Cogdels
detected
includes
map (Figure
aquifer
through
been
15 of
contour
shallow
indirectly
the
of
to Cogdels
data.
3.8.3
origin
in
Title
that
found
to contain
freshwater
standards.
New River
and through
high
conditions,
flow
the New River
from
Site
28.
Metals
they
appear
were
water
detected
during
and sediment
within
the
to be the most
the
site
metals
prevalent
both
samples.
except
appear
for
rounds
All
to the
next.
however,
seemed
to have
surface
water
(28SW2)
classes
(2.0
ug/L).
28SW3)
exceed
the
of
possibly
lower
increased
exceed
the
Mercury
standard
levels
of
0.20
in
state
in
ug/L.
3-83
progressed
water
the
samples
Cadmium
quality
surface
encountered
surface
their
source
concentrations
of
from
from
one round
Cogdels
concentrations
standards
water
since
groundwater,
to have
Groundwater
sediment
time.
the
appear
as time
with
in
metals
mercury.
Concentrations
group
sampling
detected
to be generally
sampling
contaminant
(28SW1,
for
of
Creek,
in
the
freshwater
28SW2,
and
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An upstream
sampling
station
Mercury
was
detected
in
28GW1,
28GW3,
only
Chlordane
1986.
at
was
This
detected
sediments
upstream
of
the
site.
This
Creek
suggests
upstream
portion
of
sampling
1984
that
of
the
site.
detected
to
in
both
rounds
detected
elsewhere
in
limited
to
Tissue
the
samples
with
detected
a unique
the
were
it
was
water
groundwater
from
only
in
at
that
time.
activities
operation
not
during
concentrations
surface
originated
disposal
location.
since
highest
the
Wells
is not
Creek
location
in
in
may have
Cogdels
the
detected
pesticides
site.
at
detected
in
the
far
the
northern
December
1986
were
taken
the
the
in
both
the
rounds
may suggest
from
fish
and PCBs
in
the
site.
PCBs
tissue.
throughout
the
site.
It
was
groundwater
and
sediment
samples.
of
but
were
detected
sampling
that
the
disposal
not
of volatiles
was
28GWl.
may be present
in
in
This
around
of
sampling
28GWl
area
upgradient
contaminant
of
of BHC,A,
pesticides
from
were
the
detected.
northern
not
can
detected
pond
This
reaches
No conclusion
were
recreational
in
of
and
suggests
the
be drawn
any other
that
site,
or
from
the
samples
migrated
PCB levels
taken
from
28.
3.8.4
RECOMMENDATIONS
The surface
to date.
surface
in
the
concentrations
Site
These
from
in
contamination
an upstream
an upstream
were
analytes
from
from
1986.
December
and also
mercury
samples
in
location
that
Creek
not
be a consistent
VOCs were
found
Cogdels
sampled
this
migrating
from
were
or
at
was
effort.
O&G appear
from
but
water
sediment
BHC,D)
these
site
the
of
28SE3)
also
only
BHC,B,
in
is
be migrating
the
and
may indicate
but
in
in
(BHC,A,
surface
This
site
detected
Cogdels
~
the
may also
Pesticides
the
and 28GW4.
present
(28SW3
water
It
water
is
and sediment
recommended
and
sediment
of
that
samples
the
analysis
recreational
for
be performed.
3-84
the
pond
same
This
have
not
parameters
will
provide
been
sampled
as the
more
other
data
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for
the
origin
the
other
the
far
analytes
northern
Chlordane
upstream
water
of
source
These
of
samples
from
and sediment
this
A grid
area
of
the
site,
were detected
of
of
Hadnot
should
samples
of Site
analyses
monitor
contaminant
sampling
water
stations
wells
strength
should
strength
supply
of
the
the
which
is
Creek
within
the
sampling
that
nearest
of
between
surface
Sites
to determine
in
the
28
the
upstream
surface
metals
to any upstream
should
be installed
volume
of
water
are
a concern
samples
to better
the
is greater
than
that
of deep monitor
impacted
throughout
contaminated
contamination
in
is
24,
and other
apparent
from
location
Site
detected
on
at
source.
be installed
aquifer
data
and BHC,D.
can be used
groundwater
be added
an upstream
at
Cogdels
were also
It
should
from
Installation
wells.
28.
BHC,B,
Additional
within
data
provide
sampling
detected
Dump.
and in the
28 to determine
the
Burn
Metals
Creek,
also
upstream
were not
provide
will
and may be originating
the
be performed
will
It
such as BHC,A,
at
Point
Cogdels
soil
Site
parameters
the
migration
determine
the
portion
contaminants.
Metal
AOC.
evaluate
.
bioaccumulated
results
these
samples.
not
and sediments
and 24.
tissue
are
These
Creek.
the
that
and mercury
Cogdels
site
of PCB in
in
the
shallow
wells
by the
soil,
soil
is also
shallow
in
filled
and to
matrix.
aquifer
identified
the
Additional
to determine
the
if
existing
warranted
monitor
to determine
contamination
detected
is
to
date.
When characterization
Assessment
the
should
of
the
be conducted
contamination
to determine
FS.
3-85
has been
remedial
completed,
goals
a Risk
to be utilized
by
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3.9
SITE
3.9.1
BACKGROUND
SITE
The Sneads
Ferry
Road Fuel
tank
trail
which
intersects
south
of
site
is
sludge
the
located
from
fuel
site
by a private
tanks
gallon
pumped
out
suggests
that
tanks.
the
site
Composition
containing
substantial
cleaning
gasoline
It
is estimated
that
of
have
at
fuel
capacity
been
the
of tetraethyl
In
tetraethyl
disposed
site.
lead
The
1970,
of at
the
600 gallons
Two l2,000-gallon
was changed.
tank
The 600
outflow
ports.
Additional
information
wastes
is
feet
18,GW12).
containing
similar
a
6,000
at a minimum,
the
washout
along
about
Creek.
present.
for
and/or
west,
were
stored
below
been used
sludge
amounts
waters
type
may also
the
washout
were dumped
the
located
(PWDM Coordinates
leaded
had also
of
the
storing
on tank
water
Road
from
of French
and tank
while
Road
30-l)
east
deposits
is based
washout
Ferry
(Figure
1500 feet
contractor.
bottom
Area
Marines
tanks
compounds,
estimate
Additional
with
storage
or tank
were
Sludge
Sneads
approximately
and related
sludge
Tank
intersection
lead
of
~
- SNRADS FERRY ROAD FUEL, TANK SLUDGE ARU
30
from
unknown
other
and may vary
to containing
from
mostly
compounds.
Site
30 is
30-2
presents
the
line
(Figure
30-3).
within
the
below
land
underlain
geologic
upper
layer
flow
3.9.2
SITE
silty
section
of
cross
of
of silty
the
sand,
the
and gravelly
area
shallow
drawn
ranging
at
from
this
4.32
contour
map (Figure
30-4)
to the northwest
towards
the
tributary
of approximately
0.004
unnamed
Figure
on a east-west
groundwater
sand at depths
sand.
The groundwater
is
at a gradient
of sand,
The surface
surface.
groundwater
Creek
by layers
site
lies
to 8.06
feet
indicates
that
of French
ft/ft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Two shallow
and
groundwater
1986 site
wells
site.
were
in
Figure
sampled
wells
Well
investigations.
30GW2 was installed
disposal
monitoring
30GWl
were
illustrates
and analyzed
for
3-86
the
the
as part
was installed
1986 topographically
30-l
installed
in
of
the
1984 and Well
downhill
from
the
suspected
locations
of
these
wells.
following
target
1984
compounds:
The
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COMBAT
TOWN TRAIhllNG
1 /SO
AREA
30SEl
0
t
1250
SCALE
i
0
MONITOR WELL
A
SURFACE
IN FEET
WATER/SEDIMENT
SAMPLING
STATION
SOURCES:
7gure 30-l
IOUND TWO SAMPLING
:OMBAT
TOWN TRAINING
LOCATIONS,
AREA
SITE
30-
Water and
E.sE 1997.
MARINE
CAMP
3-87
Air Research.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc..
BASE
1993.
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F’
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30GWl
I
GRAVELLY
SAND
SILTY SAND
ii
60
LEGEND
I
WELL
,
0
I
625 FEET
I
I
HORIZONTAL
SCALE
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
3-88
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l/90
AREA
0
I
1250
SCALE
.
F’ A
LEGEND
SNEADS FERRY ROAD-FUEL
SLUDGE AREA
MONITOR WELL
SURFACE WATERlSEDlMENT
SlATION
SOURCES:
igure 30=3
EOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
OMBAT TOWN TRAINING
AREA
SITE 30.
Waior
ESE,
MARINE
CAMP
3-89
IN FEET
l d
1997.
TANK
SAMPLING
Air ReloJrch,
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc., 1993.
BASE
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l/9&
COMBAT
TOWN
TRAINING
AREA
LEGEND
Stfi..DEF;;;;
e
l
MONITOR
ROAD-FUEL
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
SOURCES:
igure 30-4
iROUND WATER CONTOUR
MAPHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 30:OMBAT TOWN TRAiNlNG
AREA
TANK
Water
ESE,
TO THIS SITE ONLY
and
1987.
Air Research.
Inc.. 1993.
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CAMP LEJEUNE
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0
Lead
0
Volatile
0
Oil
0
Xylene
0
Methylethyl
0
Ethylene
0
Methyl
Organics
and Grease
Appendix
only)
ketone
dibromide
isobutyl
A contains
detected
1984
do not
in Well
is
Lead
it
is
1986187
Levels
list
of
1986.
Since
the
30GWl
wells
in
LeJeune
so a determination
definitely
determined
levels
that
based
Site
was not
of detection
the
and
the
VOCs are
present,
1986.
O&G was
detected
in
in
30GWl
of
source
for
1986
from
Low
gasoline
to be ubiquitous
and
at Camp
O&G can not
data.
SURFACE WATER
A single
tributary
surface
to French
same parameters
Levels
water
Creek
as the
of any target
sample
was taken
(Figure
30-l).
groundwater
compounds
in
samples
were
identified
3-91
December
The sample
from
this
in
the
the
was analyzed
site.
sample.
in
the
may suggest
disposal
30 is a point
on existing
in
eliminate
limits
groundwater
the alleged
O&G appears
However,
if
was
artifacts
does not
30GW2 in
but
of O&G in the
from
chloride
low.
and Well
1986187
Trace
was detected
However,
very
analytes
limits.
were laboratory
This
to a lowering
resulting
those
detection
analyte
are
1984
for
30GWl and methylene
groundwater.
in
The presence
AOC.
method
neither
these
and their
data
contamination.
monitoring
this
analytical
in Well
concentrations
of contamination
analytes
applicable
that
VOCs in
the
only)
target
the
the
may be attributed
at
all
detected
in Well
analyses.
(1986/87
presents
possible
that
in both
washwaters
(MIBK)
above
of
was detected
This
only)
environmental
estimated
1984.
(1986/87
were
presence
detected
(EDB)
30GW2 in
represent
potential
only)
30-l
chloroform
sampling
(1986/87
a full
Table
of
(HEK)
ketone
had concentrations
Levels
it
(O&G)
(1986/87
abbreviations.
that
(VOA)
unnamed
for
No detectable
the
be
--
-
..-.
_~.C
TABLE 30-I.
DATE
-_
-
.___~.
._--..
.--
-_-
SITE 30 - SNEAbS FERRY ROAD FUEL TANK SLUDGE
(COMBAT TOWN TRAINING
AREA)
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARDS
3OGWl
i-16184
3OGWl
12/4/86
PARAMETER
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
_.-.
per liter (ug/L);
this
3OGW2
12/4/86
AREA
3OGW2
316187
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SEDIMENT
A single
in
sediment
1986
(Figure
dibromide.
30 is
contour
the
O&G was
located
from
sample
was
detected
on the
map (Figure
at
edge
30-4)
toward
southeast,
the
unnamed
analyzed
for
tributary
lead,
a concentration
estimated
central
the
stream
the
Sneads Ferry
traffic,
the
presence
does not
30 contributed
30GWl in
the
to
French
O&G, and
of
Creek
ethylene
373 ugfg.
site
whether
disposal
but
sufficient
the
estimated
area
the
and downgradient
data
are
not
subject
area
to French
the
(30GW21,
Area
to
and in
which
to heavy
borders
vehicular
of emergency
is
vehicle
Area.
VOCs in one
that
in
set of
the disposal
groundwater
practices
Lead was detected
1984,
and Well
may be attributed
available
is
of O&G in the environment
contamination.
This
in 1986.
is
result
conclusion
central
aquifer
in both
Combat Town Training
Area,
groundwater
(unnamed tributary
(3OGWl)
the
the
shallow
O&G is present
or the
site
the
and
that
common laboratory
support
VOCs to
the
the
of
in
the presence
area
valley
stream
in the Combat Town Training
The one-time
samples
flow
Tank Sludge
to the disposal
maintenance
of
Because
clear
stream
that
indicate
of the
Road Fuel
is not
attributed
3.9.4
data
area
a small
channel
bed sediment.
it
of
indicates
The geochemical
Creek).
Site
in Well
30GW2 downgradient
to the
to make this
at
disposal
of
practices
conclusion.
RECOMMENDATIONS
this
Site
the
The
taken
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Site
At
was
30-l).
Only
3.9.3
time,
it
is unclear
if
30 has been accurately
specific
which
will
an additional
I
sample
disposal
set
Unless
locate
of samples
initiated
to determine
represent
an unreasonable
if
location
the
risk
the alleged
the
to health
3-93
information
disposal
levels
area,
and that
of
spill/disposal
are no surface
additional
be collected,
trace
of
There
determined.
site.
more accurately
the
it
indicators
of
can be identified
is recommended
a Risk
contamination
or the
at
environment.
Assessment
detected
that
be
to date
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U6/Q2/9U
3.10
SITE
3.10.1
35 - CAMP GEIGER AREA FUEL FARM
SITE
BACKGROUND
Camp Geiger
Area
Fuel
of G and Fourth
for
leak
in
12,
storing
an underground
the
since
northeast
towards
aquifer
Fuel
35 is
clayey
35 is presented
line
35-3).
interbedded
feet
land
4 indicates
..
sand and clayey
surface.
that
Brinson
Creek
3.10.2
SITE
the
with
the
of
the
of
shallow
to
approximately
and
the
shallow
and igniting
the
and burned.
layers
cross
drawn
of
section
of
lies
within
from
7.02
map presented
in
the
toward
northeast
0.014
Site
on an east-west
groundwater
flows
to
be
of
interbedded
contour
pad.
east
ignited
ranging
a
released
can not
A geologic
and
through
fuel
table
is
1957
and tank
surface
was also
section
in
migrated
water
sand at depths
groundwater
a gradient
at
sand with
The groundwater
shallow
amount
Creek
soil
tank
released
to the
gravel.
of
to the
The spill
The cross
35-2.
the
Creek
silty
The surface
silty
below
of
and sandy
in Figure
(Figure
Brinson
by layers
sand,
holes
of Brinson
storage
Fuel
intersection
AOC was used
quantities
Creek.
of by digging
coarse
feet
an above-ground
Brinson
of the
southwest
has estimated
contaminated
north
was released
were destroyed.
underlain
sand,
Mogas
records
and into
located
square
Exact
the
which
2,500
of gallons.
was disposed
fuel.
near
is
400 feet
fuel.
Department
thousands
35-l)
This
line
Fire
determined
Site
Cll).
and pumping
The Camp Lejeune
be in
(Figure
approximately
Streets,
(PWDM Coordinates
1958
Farm
the
to 11.05
Figure
35-
ftfft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Three
hand-augered
downgradient
collected
borings
side
of
(35GW1,
the
Appendix
abbreviations.
Table
were
(above
N.C.
above
the
that
the
fuel
the
soils.
into
groundwater
in
A lists
The samples
Standards)
shallow
the
presents
appropriate
surface
were dug at
1984 and three
and 35GW3).
35-l
Groundwater
indicates
the
facility
35GW2,
O&G, and VOCs.
that
to
individual
the
method
were
groundwater
The VOC components
3-94
groundwater
were
target
analytical
detection
in
was contaminated
of
the
fuel
for
analytes
all
for
those
three
from
were not
were
lead,
and their
Levels
limits.
identified
samples
analyzed
results
the
of
analytes
lead
samples
the
release
detected.
which
of
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-09/01/90
35sw:
35552
.
A
LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
SAMPLING
SOURCES:
Waler
and
ESE, 1987.
Air R.mmch.
Inc..
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
1983.
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1
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35GW4
35GW6
SILTY SAND
----------_________
INTERBEDDED
AND CLAYEY
SILTY SAND
SAND
- .-.--
SILTY SAND
.
COARSE
SAND
SANDY
GRAVEL
60-I
LEGEND
0
400 FEET
WELL
t
Figure 35.2
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION,
SITE 35CAMP GEIGER AREA FUEL FARM
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
3-96
LEJEUNE
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CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
AMP GEIGER
AREA FUEL FARM
UI
a.
SITE 35-
SOURCES:
Waiw
and
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Air Rosewch,
Inc.
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1983.
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WELL
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SOURCES:
3ROUND WATER CONTOUR
MAPSHALLOW AQUIFER,
SITE 35CAMP GEIGER AREA FUEL FARM
Waler
MARINE
CAMP
3-98
and
Air Rorearch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
inc..
BASE
1983.
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~.--
-
TABLE
-
--
--_-_.
.~_._~
SlTB 35 - CAMP
35-I.
DlilVXED
OEIGBR
TAROW
OROUND
WATER
AREA
F&L
-..
-
_-..
FARM
ANALYTE3
SAMPLE9
NC OW
DATE
._....
35OWI
35OW2
sm84
STANDARDS
816/M
35ow3
35Ow4
35Ow4
35Ow5
35Ows
35OW6
35OW6
8l7184
12/4/86
316181
12/4/86
31618
n/4186
316181
a
33
-31
RI
RI
2ooo
zoo
low
PARAMETER
LUD
OIL & GRWSE
s;’
\D
u3
Valuc~rcportcd
Source:
ESE.
NONE
an conccntrrtion~
1990.
in micrograms
per liter
1063
I102
3659
a
<vJw
46o!lo
<lCOO
ml
@g/L);
Uh
rpproximrtce
prlta
per bil ion
@pa).
12000
m
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
14-1.02-09/01/90
2-ENG.SlfCLFDSS.2
Q6/D2/9Q
Three
for
permanent
more
groundwatet
representative
was installed
installed
monitoring
samples
upgradient
of
downgradient.
analyzed
for
(EDB).
lead,
Table
March
1987
sampling
efforts.
except
well
for
In
is not
compounds
35GW5,
which
detected
Well
is
analytes
35GW6 is
are
east
1,2-dichloroethene,
this
well
aquifer
suggests
that
may be present
sources.
of
and
tanks
is
automobile
maintenance
the
VOCs in
tanks,
VOCs in
represents
the
to contain
of the
of
of
the
the
tanks
Well
located
the
groundwater
a potential
35GW6 is
fuel
shop.
recorded
fuel
at Well
This
fuel
3-100
in
that
at
release
O&G, transthe
or other
gradient
downgradient
distance
may not
of
the
maintenance
in
shallow
as yet
position
of an
be a sole
detected
site.
of VOCs in
of
cross
the
the
to contain
contamination
fuel-
in Well
suggests
The automobile
solvents
the
of
The presence
Due to the
of waste
no analytes
spillage
200 feet
35GW6.
1986 and
distributions
in a generally
release
were
database.
and was found
approximately
(hobby)
source
tanks.
of the
December
and O&G were detected
Low Level
as a result
wells
dibromide
two analytes
current
and benzene.
widespread
35GW4
O&G and trans-1,2-
these
recorded
to allow
Well
these
(35GW4),
sporadic
Lead
trichloroethene
unidentified
the
the
in
Benzene,
a result
Located
defined
from
of the
well
1987,
35-l).
and ethylene
results
of
northeast
taken
upgradient
1986
35GW5 and 35GW6 were
as xylene
In
in
(Figure
and Wells
The source
found
installed
samples
1986.
clearly
and VOCs.
Located
the
O&G in
35GW5 and 35GW6 were
derived
area
analytical
were detected.
upgradient
Wells
spill
the
were
groundwater
O&G, and VOCs, as well
presents
dichloroethene
the
the
The groundwater
35-L
were detected
of
wells
this
well
from
contributor
shop
well.
to
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14- 1.02-09/O
1 /QO
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.lOO
06/02/90
SOILS
Three
soil
Lead
samples
were
and O&G were
listed
analyzed
detected
in
from
all
the
three
three
hand-augered
samples.
borings
The analytical
in
1984.
results
are
below.
,
Ion
?SGl!Q
Lead
3sGWa
35Gw2
8
Oil
(up/e)
6
and grease
6
67
2200
40
SURFACE WATER
Two surface
water
samples
were collected
upstream
and one downstream
analyzed
for
detected
in either
Lead,
of the
from
site
O&G, and ethylene
Brinson
(Figure
Creek
35-l).
dibromide.
in
1986,
These
No target
one
samples
were
analytes
were
sample.
SEDIMENT
Two sediment
locations
lead,
samples
as the
lead
water
or is
upstream
sample,
sample
occurring.
was not
conditions.
taken
Another
at
far
the
enough
of
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
analytical
The migration
hydrocarbon
fuel
mechanisms
well
fuel,
have
not
a spill
analytes
the
analyzed
were
were
truly
the
of site
source
to
the
creek
higher
in
has
the
groundwater
and
represent
for
found
of
of contaminated
section
same
that
to
the
upstream
of O&G and lead
may be
35.
data
with
that
at
were
samples
these
to
1986
contamination
discharge
upstream
is
3.10.3
upgradient
Site
sediment
northern
possibility
upstream
aquifer
the
in
samples
episodic
of both
far
Located
shallow
that
that
taken
These
Both
Levels
suggesting
were
samples.
dibromide.
is occurring
The 1986187
Creek
and O&G, suggesting
occurred
creek
Brinson
surface
O&G, and ethylene
contain
the
from
indicate
that
widespread
contamination
derived
contaminants
and VOCs may exist
by which
contaminants
have
been
would
identified.
tend
3-101
However,
to widely
migrated
due
disperse
of
at
the
Site
to the
to the
nature
on the
surface
of
of
35.
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2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.lOl
06/02/90
groundwater
related
in
a sandy
compounds
contaminants
in
medium.
Well
35GW4.
may be present
upgradient
of
Well
This
at
A second
the
contour
map (Figure
towards
Creek.
Surface
analytes.
time
of
Sediment
the
be assumed
the
fuel
samples,
release
that
explain
the
separate
automobile
concentrations
source
of
maintenance
of
fuel
flow
is
observed
shop
located
35GW6.
The groundwater
Brinson
would
35-4)
water
samples
however,
to
the
contaminants
indicates
contained
contained
environment,
may be currently
that
no detectable
lead
fuel
groundwater
and O&G.
reached
Because
the
discharging
to
target
creek,
the
at
it
creek
the
can
via
groundwater.
3.10.4
The work
derived
REXOMMRNDATIONS
efforts
to
date
contamination
in
sediments.
Further
(horizontal
and vertical)
groundwater
and within
adjacent
automobile
facility
is
conducted
a source
upon
at
this
the
AOC have
soils,
shallow
investigations
of
Brinson
hobby
of
completion
shop
should
the
groundwater,
contamination
Creek.
should
the
be initiated
of
surface
water,
the
soils
determine
Assessment
characterization.
fuel
and
the
extent
and
investigation
to
A Risk
presence
to determine
within
In addition,
environmental
3-102
the
be designed
VOC contamination.
of
identified
of
if
should
the
that
be
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l/90
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.102
06/03/90
3.11
SITE
3.11.1
36 - CAMP GEIGER AREA DUMP NEAR SEWAGE TREATMENT
SITE
Area
STP approximately
Dump (Figure
200 feet
Site
35 (PWDM Coordinates
than
100 feet
the
waste
late
was used
for
conservative
gallon
drains.
the
dust
control
week.
operation,
between
this
gallons
of
that
the
the
a 5-percent
If
from
the
than
directly
into
may have
solvents
and oils
for
dust
amount
dumping
garbage,
burned
percent
the
The rest
is
1,000
down the
storm
years
have
of
been
this
amount
was split
dump (Site
411,
10,000
to
into
were burned
Site
disposal
about
10 to
disposed
15,000
36.
after
A
700 to
that
been placed
all
drains.
nine
could
to
of
site.
storm
the
from
According
control
over
the
station
was washed
of material
park
air
five
or went
assumed
for
of
less
was first
of at
is
located
including
disposed
for
downstream
was buried.
less
used
Camp Geiger
is
the material
material
gallons
trailer
ditch
were
and oils
waste
of
the
Creek,
wastes
fluids
undetermined
it
of
36 was used
industrial
quantities
25,000
areas.
all
Site
Most
estimate
AOC and the
An unnamed
IAS process,
but
east
of Brinson
area.
station
A smaller
solvents
filled
on roads
of
landfill
E13).
some unburned
air
approximately
the
side
1950's.
during
at
south
and mixed
late
used
is located
, and hydraulic
However,
Using
in
the
estimate
per
state
to
conducted
hydrocarbons
the
solvents
buried.
interviews
of
of
36-l)
D13,
wastes
oils,
1940's
and then
on the
12,
southeast
of municipal
trash,
(STP)
BACKGROUND
The Camp Geiger
disposal
PLANT
The records
at
this
AOC.
The site
grade.
the
covers
Based
about
disposal
this
area
is
clay,
on a east
is
14,000
information
feet
depth
of
cubic
yards.
and rises
fill
of
These
No field
only.
15 feet,
the
estimates
measurements
12 feet
above
estimated
volume
are
on map
based
have
been
of
performed
purpose.
The site
sand,
square
on an average
and photographic
for
25,000
underlain
and coarse
west
lies
within
land
surface.
the
line
silty
primarily
by silty
sand,
with
sand.
A geologic
cross
section
(Figure
sand
The surface
36-3).
at depths
The groundwater
contour
3-103
ranging
of
from
map (Figure
layers
the
4.23
36-4)
of
silty
clayey
(Figure
36-2)
shallow
groundwater
to 5.02
feet
indicates
is
below
that
drawn
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
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1 /QO
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LECENO
A
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AREA
-
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STP Oumo
LOCATION,
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A
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SITE 36
AREA DUMP
(NEAR
STP)
SCALE
I
IN FEET
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CAMP LEJEUNE
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I
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MARINE
CAMP
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CORPS
BASE
LEJEUNE
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SCALE
l
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
SURFACE
STATION
WELL
WATER/SEDIMENT
IN FEET
SAMPLING
SOURCES:
Figure 36-3
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
CAMP GEIGER AREA DUMP
l/90
LOCATION,
(NEAR STP)
SITE
36-
3-106
Water
and Air Rsssarch.
ESE. 1987.
Inc.. 1983.
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
.EJEUNE
.
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-l
119oc
LEGEND
MONITOR
.o2-OS/o
1 /go
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL
1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
TO THIS SITE ONLY
SOURCES:
igure 36-4
iROUND
WATER CONTOUR
MAPHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 36AMP GEIGER AREA DUMP (NEAR
Waiw
and
ESE. 1897.
MARINE
CAMP
STP)
3-107
Air Resmnh.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
Inc..
1983.
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14- 1.02-09/O
l/90
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.103
06/03/90
shallow
with
groundwater
a gradient
3.11.2
flows
east
towards
of approximately
SITE
the
0.018
unnamed
creek
and Brinson
Creek,
at
four
ft/ft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Five
shallow
1984
and one in
disposal
sides
groundwater
1986.
area.
of
the
Well
Wells
(upgradient)
of
for
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Hexavalent
o
Lead
0
Volatile
o
Oil
o
Total
o
Ethylene
o
Xylene
(1986/87
o
Methyl
ethyl
o
Methyl
isobutyl
area.
monitoring
The samples
point.
from
these
the
and northeast
and Brinson
Creek.
300 feet
to the
west
west
of the
36GWS was placed
to
Figure
monitoring
the
36-5
Well
presents
wells
the
were analyzed
compounds:
(1986/87
organics
only)
(VOC)
(O&G)
dibromide
36-l
ketone
above
all
the
and phenols
only)
(1986/87
(MIBK)
individual
the
Well
applicable
36GW4,
indicated
detectable
(1986/87
analytical
concentrations
the
levels
of metallic
only)
target
analytes
and their
for
those
detection
in all
in all
four
four
upgradient
These
throughout
3-108
abbreviations.
analytes
limits.
Well
wells
wells
data
were
chromium,
in July
1984.
were similar,
36GW4 was the
chemical
the
that
Cadmium,
monitoring
monitoring
well.
of VOCs.
objects
only)
results
method
were detected
including
burning/burial
(1986/87
(MEK)
ketone
presents
The detected
(EDB)
only)
A lists
detected
lead,
area
of
in
phenol
Appendix
Table
disposal
36,
side
east
Well
chromium
and grease
on the
disposal
target
o
the
placed
Site
southern
approximately
upgradient
following
on the
well
of each well.
the
between
installed
as a background
as an additional
location
were
36GWl was placed
area
the
wells
36GW2 and 36GW3 were
disposal
36GW4 was installed
site
monitoring
support
dump and the
only
well
the
probable
that
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I
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IN FEET
500
1
CAMP GEIGER
TREATMENT
AIR STATlOFj
.
A
BOUNDARY
LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
SURFACE WATERfSEDlMENT
STATION
/
SAMPLING
SAMPLING
Lt)CATIONS,
SITE 360
CAMP GEIGER AREA DUMP (NEAR
MARINE
STP)
3-109
CORPS BASE
!
-.-
__.
_ -. _ _
- _
-.
.-.-
_. --
-._
I
TABLE 36-1.
DATE
SITE 36 - CAMP GEIGER DdMP AREA NEAR SEWAGE TREATMENT
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARD
36GWI
7131184
36GWI
7131184
36GWl
1219186
36cnv2
7l31184
PLANT (STP) (Page I of 2)
36Gw2
7/31184
36Gw2
1219189
36GW3
7l3118.4
36GW3
7/31/84
36GW3
1219186
PARAMETER
W
I
r
t0
NA - not analyzed
Value-s reported arc concentrations in micrograms per liter @g/L); this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
t
.0
ii
5
. .__._.
TABLE 36-I.
DATE
SITE 36 - CAMP GEIGER DUMP AREA NEAR SEWAGE TREATMENT
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARD
36Gw4
7/31/84
36Gw4
7/31/&I
PARAMETER
W
I
c
NA - not analyzed.
Values reported ate concentrations in micrograms per liter @g/L);
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
36Gw4
1219186
36Gws
1219186
PLANT (STP) (Page 2 of 2)
3fX3ws
315187
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disposal
of waste
presence
of contamination
extends
farther
These
four
solvents
to
wells
installed
1986
sampling
1).
Most
the
west
in all
wells
only
in Well
36GW4.
well
36GW5 which
side
of the
disposal
that
the
December
36GW4.
The analytical
consistent
results
with
The
area
in
1986 and 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane
lower
and O&G were detected
in March
well
of
the
1984 results
1986 were slightly
was sampled
disposal
1986 and an additional
in
Chromium
area.
thought.
relatively
levels
was detected
first
in
of Well
were
detected
western
36GW4 suggests
than
resampled
west
effort
the
in Well
were
farther
in
relative
in
to
was
December
(Table
36-
1984.
O&G
was detected
the
new upgradient
1987.
SURFACE WATER
Four
surface
water
one upstream
samples
samples
Detectable
total
were analyzed
phenols
small
The chemical
contamination
upstream
above
of
sample
the
1986,
locations
for
the
are
stream
data
the
in
corroborate
from
standard
the
the
Brinson
the
Lead
(33.1
southern
creek
at
but
ug/L)
one upstream
36-5.
as the
lead
creek
widespread
Creek,
on Figure
ug/L),
unnamed
Brinson
creek,
compounds
(2.5
through
groundwater.
36SWl
freshwater
passes
indicated
same target
were detected
two from
the unnamed
trans-1,2-dichloroethane
(4 ug/L)
This
area.
of
in
and two from
The sample
levels
(36SW3).
collected
and one downstream,
and one downstream.
These
were
groundwater.
(39 ug/L),
upstream
portion
and
sample
of
the
filled
low-level
was also
detected
a concentration
which
in
is
the
slightly
of 25 ug/L.
SEDIMENT
Four
sediment
surface
the
samples
were collected
samples
(Figure
water
following
in
36-5).
1986 at the
The sediment
same locations
samples
were
parameters:
o
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Lead
o
Oil
o
Total
o
Ethylene
o
Hexavalent
Phenols
chromium
3-112
& Grease
(O&G)
dibromide
(EDB)
as the
analyzed
for
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Table
36-2
presents
were
detected
above
O&G, and phenols
that
3.11.3
the
applicable
method
detected
these
Brinson
in
all
analytes
in
the
only
those
target
detection
four
from
and
levels
for
limits.
sediment
either
unnamed
analytes
Chromium,
samples.
This
the
continuous
stream
has
one sample
that
lead,
suggests
or
episodic
occurred.
Cadmium
(36SE4).
SUMNARY AND CONCLUSIONS
contour
groundwater
passing
discharges
map (Figure
through
to Brinson
adjacent
to
identified
the
fill
waters.
area
when
large
surface
Metal
and O&G contamination
relatively
concentrations
result
of
O&G was
lower
can
of
the
identified
I
identified
in
1
3.11.4
the
suggests
travels
that
to
creek
to
Creek.
bed sediments
to
the
shallow
and
presumably
contamination
Brinson
groundwater
was
metals
the
detected
Analytical
but
none
substantial
discharge
identified
displayed
leaching
in
levels
O&G levels
area
that
in
results
the
associated
dilution
encounters
which
the
may
relatively
flow.
only
detection
disposal
migrate
low
continual
identified
indicates
may be attributed
occur
water
36-4)
This
in
This
the
the
Creek.
contaminants
surface
The
in
Creek
trace
The groundwater
..
results
of
of
detected
analytical
were
accumulation
contamination
was
the
in
throughout
one well
metals
1986187
utilized
all
a decrease
of
the
in
the
the
groundwater
over
into
time.
the
samples.
‘This
could
groundwater
samples.
This
1986/87
analyses,
Camp LeJeune
complex.
has
low
be the
over
may be the
or
The
to
time.
result
the
VOCs
of
overall
were
(36GW4).
RECOMMENDATIONS
existing
monitoring
contamination
regarding
evaluate
the
contaminant
required
these
along
well
for
data
both
are
the
margins
of
strength
the
shallow
available,
risk
network
to health
this
detected
AOC.
Additional
and distribution
and deep
a Risk
and
the
within
groundwater
Assessment
should
environment.
3-113
levels
of
VOC and metal
information
the
as well
filled
as
be conducted
area
the
is
soil.
to
properly
When
-
-
‘_-
-.
.-
-
TABLE
v
-
36-2.
SlTE
__,
36 - CAMP
OEK?ER
DETECTED
TARQET
SEDMENT
SAMPLES
DATE
__--
-,_-
DUMP’AREA
NEAR
SEWAGE
TREATMENT
ANALYT’ES
36SEI
1219186
36SE2
12/10186
36SE3
12/10/86
36SE4
12/10186
<0.879
8.49
77.5
Cl.94
14.2
42.5
<OS9
5.29
15.3
0.722
5.44
10.7
1480
2410
1200
185
PARAMETER
CADMIUM
CHROMIUM
LEAD
OIL & GREASE
I
PHENOLS
I
2030
I
1950
I
w
I
w
1;=
Values
this
reported
arc concentrations
approximates
Note:
Source:
There
parts
are
no NC
ESE. 1990.
per
million
sediment
in micrograms
@pm).
stnndards.
per
gram
(uglg);
1080
I
464
1
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(STP)
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SITES
3.12
3.12.1
DUMP NEAR PORyeR TRAILER
SITE
BACKGROUND
The Camp Geiger
L. Wilson
13,
E2-3).
disposal
burn
dump which
area
construction
lies
Field
estimates
Based
on interviews
estimated
disposed
at
this
to 15,000
AOC (See
of
is
to be relatively
in
1964.
of mortar
shells.
At least
were also
reported
to have
mid-1960's
over
during
These
site.
Rifle
Range
information
concerning
cubic
yards.
A geologic
cross
line
(Figure
silty
sand,
silt,
and clay.
at
with
depths
groundwater
drum
total
section
41-3)
The surface
contour
from
volume
that
of
Shelley
the
shallow
2.56
map shown in
to
10.75
Figure
3-115
41-4
these
wastes
disposed
to
area.
disposal
those
69).
the
incidents
at
at
on an estimated
is
about
is underlain
indicates
In
disposed
on a generally
below
shell
the
the
No other
site
sand,
of
thousands
were unloaded
north-south
primarily
lies
land
that
fill
110,000
silty-clayey
groundwater
feet
were
include
filled
Based
was drawn
layers
is
were disposed
to
wastes
of the
site
it
lead
in bags
Site
the
of
of
two waste
was obtained.
41-2)
Most
similar
3.17.1,
The
information.
personnel,
the
least
as being
station,
and one 105mm cannon
within
at
estimated
discontinuous
of
and
and ordnance.
is estimated
of drummed
content
(Figure
air
containing
of grenades
as an open
and solvents
36).
30
were.performed.
oils
of Mirex
ordnance
Section
and indicated
ranging
Tons
two truckloads
Dump (See
the
batteries
period,
Chemical
of 5 feet,
of old
disposed
were described
the
and Camp Lejeune
of waste
This
waste,
measurements
Site
one case
wastes
commercial
Mirex,
3.11.1,
of
been
Creek.
1970 and was used
from
of Robert
(PWDH Coordinates
and Tank
batteries,
small.
to 2- year
which
depth
sand
a l-
to
terminus
park
solvents
gallons
quantity
creek
no field
The number
The disposed
the
on map and photographic
Section
burned.
occurred
old
of
trailer
waste,
MCAS New River
were probably
assumed
1946
oils,
been made but
10,000
abandoned
waste
41 is based
with
south
an unnamed
concrete,
Site
have
that
the
industrial
including
for
located
from
mixed
asphalt,
estimate
of
was operated
debris
is
between
received
trash,
41-l)
and south
The area
acre
size
Dump (Figure
Boulevard
garbage,
PARR
sand,
within
surface.
the
by
the
The
shallow
silty
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11ooc
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
SAMPLING
SOURCES
:igure 41-l
lOUND TWO SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
:AMP GEIGER DUMP (NEAR FORMER
‘ARK)
SITE 41.
TRAILER
3-116
Waler
8nd
ESE. 1987.
Air Reroarch,
Inc.. 1983.
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
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.
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I’
41GW5
CLAY
SILTY SAND
XSlvY
SAND--‘---\:
SILTY SAND
SHELLY
SAND
LEGEND
I
0
L
WELL
HORIZONTAL
1.000 FEET
SCALE
,
I
Figure 41-2
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION,
CAMP GEIGER DUMP (NEAR
PARK)
SITE 41FORMER
TRAILER
3-117
CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
MARINE
LEJEUNE
r&Oz
.._.. ..-
::
(
j
SCALE
IN FEET
A41SW2
.
0
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
SURFACE
STATION
.:.~~.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.~.. DISPOSAL
AREA
4lGW3
i............,.
. .
WELL
WATER/SEDIMENT
SAMPLING
SOURCES:
CROSS SECTION
GEIGER
DUMP (NEAR
LOCATION,
SITE 41FORMER
TRAILER
Wsler
4ir
Resewch.
MARINE CORPS
CAMP
3-118
ld
LEJEUNE
Ine,
BASE
1983.
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LEATUNE
.
1/9oc
LEGEND
MONITOR
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
TO THIS SITE ONLY
SOURCES:
?gure 41.4
3ROUND
WATER CONTOUR
MAPSHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 41ZAMP GEIGER
DUMP (NEAR FORMER
?ARK)
Waler
and
ESE. 1997.
MARINE
TRAILER
3-119
CAMP
Air Rssoarch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
inc.,
BASE
1993.
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06/03/90
groundwater
flows
to
the
creek
with
unnamed
3.12.2
SITE
the
southeast
towards
a gradient
Tank
Creek,
of approximately
Southwest
0.011
Creek,
and
ftfft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Five
shallow
groundwater
investigation,
northern
four
in
(upgradient)
installed
at
filled
the
area
disposal
Well
monitoring
1984 and one in
end of the
southern
and Tank
area
site
collected
from
in
north
of
these
wells
0
Chromium
0
Hexavalent
0
Lead
0
Volatile
0
Total
0
Organochloride
0
Oil
0
Mirex
0
Ordnance
0
Tetrachlorodioxin
0
Xylene
(1987
only)
0
Methyl
ethyl
ketone
0
Methyl
isobutyl
Appendix
A lists
presents
the
in
those
the
Cadmium,
Chromium
Organic
41GW4
disposal
area.
(1987
the
was placed
and an unnamed
41GWl
Wells
end of
as part
at
the
41GW2 and 41GW3 were
disposal
east
tributary
area
between
the
(downgradient)
of
to Southwest
Creek.
upgradient
the
the
was placed
of
the
The groundwater
for
of
following
filled
the
area
samples
target
compounds:
only)
Compounds
(VOC)
Phenols
pesticides
& Grease
all
analytical
Metals
chromium,
(OCP)
(O&G)
compounds
compounds
table.
Well
area.
were analyzed
Cadmium
installed
1986 and was placed
the
0
Only
1986.
disposal
Well
the
41GW5 was installed
41GW1,
were
(downgradient)
Creek.
between
and Well
wells
(TCDD)
(MEK)
ketone
target
data
which
(1987
(1987
(MIBK)
analytes
from
only)
(1987
only)
and their
both
exceeded
were detected
and lead
only)
1984 and 1987
the method
in
were detected
3-120
the
all
detection
wells
at
Table
abbreviations.
in both
concentrations
sampling
limits
efforts.
are
1984
41-1
reported
and 1987.
above
N.C.
-..-
--
.-..
-_-
TABLE 41-I.
DATE
PARAMETER
BENZENE
DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
T- 1,2-DICHLOROETHENE
METHYLENE
CHLORIDE
VINYL CHLORIDE
ALDRIN
HEPTACHLOR
..._-.
____.
-~-
_--
--_-
._.----
.-.._
.__--
SITE 41 - CAMP GEtGER DUMP
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARDS
41GWl
41GWl
41GW2 41GW2
7116184 118187 7116184 l/8/87
41GW3
4lGW3
7116184 l/l3187
41GW4 41GW4
7116184 l/13/87
41GW5
l/13/87
41GWS
3/S/87
1
<0.3
<I
0.3
<I
<0.3
<I
co.3
<I
<l
<l
0.19
<l
<lO
8
<IO
Cl
<lO
<I
<lO
<lo
<lO
70
5
0.015
<l
<l
<0.7
<1.6
7.4
<l
1.1
<l
1
<1.6
10
.<*
<I.1
<l
<0.9
<1.6
<2.8
<l
<I.1
<l
<0.9
cl.6
~2.8
<l
<1.6
c2.8
<I
<1.6
<2.8
<I
NONE
0.076
<0.0008
<0.0007
<0.013
<0.013
<0.0008
<0.0007
0.017
<0.013
<0.0008
<0.0007
<0.013
<0.013
<0.0008
<o.ooo7
CO.013
<0.013
<0.013
co.013
<0.006
0.007
5
50
50
<6
76
74.6
c2.9
10
<27
<6
530
196.3
c2.9
43
52
7.1
230
119.4
c2.9
28
<27
<6
32
<40
<2.9
c9.4
<27
4
117
<27
c3.5
17
<27
OIL & GREASE
NONE
2000
loo0
2000
1000
2000
900
48000
2000
1000
3000
PHENOLS
NONE
<1
11
4
11
1
<2
2
6
18
<2
RDX
NONE
<3.42
CO.745
c3.23
<3.3
1.28
c3.3
CADMIUM
CHROMIUM
LEAD
Values reported are concentrations
Source: ESE, 1990.
in micrograms per liter (ug/L);
c7.45
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
co.745
co.745
<o-745
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06/03/90
Groundwater
Standards.
VOCs were
present
O&G was also
in Well
trans-1,2-dichloroethene
In
the
1987
the
groundwater
A single
This
sampling
effort
effects
of varying
wells.
dichlorodifluoromethane,
were detected
one VOC, methylene
The variability
nitroaromatic
point
contaminated
of the
amounts
compound
represents
of
level
of phenol
well.
Heptachlor
in
(RDX)
at
trace
chloride,
VOC data
rainfall,
in
with
levels.
wells
time
41GWl
may
infiltration,
disposed
in four
(18 ug/L)
in Well
that
groundwater
of at
out
of
the
the
was detected
was also
any other
was detected
an indication
by ordnance
were detected
detected
Benzene,
chloride
only
in all
and
movement.
data
Phenols
1984.
and vinyl
and 41GW2 was detected.
reflect
41GW2 in
detected
the
in
1987.
may have been
site.
five
monitoring
in Well
identified
41GW3 in
Well
41GW5,
41GW5.
wells.
the
The highest
farthest
This
upgradient
compound
was not
well.
SURFACE WATER
Four
surface
from
Tank
creeks
the
water
Creek
flow
samples
and two from
adjacent
same parameters
analytes
were
and methylene
were
detected
chloride.
and BHC,D was detected
the
to Site
as the
unnamed
41 (Figure
groundwater
in all
of the
Aldrin
only
collected
in
and analyzed
tributary
41-l).
was detected
41SW2 (Table
3-122
The samples
The following
water
in
41-2).
1987;
to Southwest
samples.
surface
in January
all
samples:
samples
two
Creek.
were
Both
analyzed
for
target
O&G, phenols,
except
for
41SW1,
TABLE 41-2.
SlTE 41- CAMP GEIGER DUMP
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SURFACE WATER SAMPLES
NC SW
STANDARDS
DATE
PARAMETER
OIL & GREASE
NONE
PHENOLS
1
ALDRIN
BHC,D
IMETHYLENE
0.002
NONE
CHLORIDE
I
I
NONE
I
1
Values reported are concentxations in micrograms
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
41SWl
l/8/87
4lSW2
l/8/87
41sW3
l/8/87
41sw4
l/8/87
1000
500
200
300
4
7
6
10
<0.013
<0.026
0.013
0.047
0.015
<0.026
I
I
8.7
5.5
per liter (ugfL);
Source: ESE, 1990.
3-123
0.014
<0.026
I
9.7
I
6.8
I
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SEDIMENT
Four
sediment
water
samples
following
were
(Figure
41-2).
target
collected
from
The
sediment
the
same
locations
samples
were
Cadmium
0
Chromium
0
Lead
0
Hexavalent
0
Oil
0
Total
0
Mirex
0
Organochloride
0
Tetrachlorodioxin
0
Ordnance
Appendix
A contains
41-3
and
Grease
a detailed
the
analytes.
The
hexavalent
chromium,
Tank
were
showing
data
disposed
3.12.3
The
water
area
the
analyzed
surface
for
the
lead,
results
found
O&G,
to
of all
to
low
and phenols.
In
contain
2,4,6-TNT,
at
first
this
increase
indication
that
(OCP)
target
analytes.
detected
levels
with
pesticides
individual
those
contain
a 2 order-of-magnitude
the
phenols
the
for
chromium
of
addition,
the
target
total
chromium,
both
samples
downstream
over
the
munitions
from
sample
upstream
compounds
sample.
have
been
AOC.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
flow
direction
of
network.
are
This
able
agreement
been
were
found
were
of
listing
analytical
samples
almost
These
(O&G)
(TCDD)
presents
Creek
as
compounds:
0
Table
..
samples
this
detected
in
The analytical
to
been
and
groundwater
samples
that
in
surface
all
and three
surface
compounds were disposed
the
of at
41 is
VOCs,
surface
surface
the
data
disposal
are
compounds
in
have
waters.
practices
at
water/sediment
VOCs were
Pesticides
site
have
identified
were
This
and may
the
Metals
contamination.
investigation.
3-124
within
and ordnance
samples.
site
the
The chemical
water
the
toward
contaminants
samples.
samples.
Site
water.
disposal
water
during
that
surface
and/or
and
detected
at
as metals,
sediments
surface
identified
the
scenario,
confirm
aquifer
suggests
into
groundwater
groundwater
were also
strongly
the
data
and O&G have
shallow
to migrate
with
contributed
the
in
identified
in
Two explosive
confirms
be impacting
that
two
compounds
ordnance
the environment.
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
TABLE
41-3.
SlTE 41- CAMP GEIGER DUM-P
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
41SEl
l/8/87
DATE
OIL & GREASE
)
208
41SE2
l/8/87
41sE3
l/8/87
111
40
41sE4
l/8/87
I
159
I
PHENOLS
<0.066
2,4,6 TNT
co.066
I
I
1 co.00341
1 <0.00345
1
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
this approximates parts per million @pm).
Note:
Source:
0.081
I
0.118
I
0.00459
per gram (ug/g);
There are no NC soil standards.
ESE, 1990.
3-125
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06/03/90
3.12.4
The
RECOMMENDATIONS
existing
monitoring
disposal
area
directly
related
this
in
within
to
variety
of materials
this
time,
the
landfill,
including
additional
monitor
wells,
All
these
so that
to
health
detailed
information
to
required
to
Ordnance
Demolition
as
records
filled
treat
show
the
(EOD)
that
test
a Risk
the
evaluate
variety
unexploded
review
of
this
level)
deposited
in
AOC be investigated
available
aerial
disposal
features
petroleum
hydrocarbon
features
installation
of
be included
the
remedial
at
in
shells
and
the
to evaluate
addition,
present
soil
characterize
be conducted
effective
of
extensive
to adequately
and mortar
of
(low
disposal
In
wastes
grenades
3-126
this
can
most
must
areas.
that
specific
required
of
been
trenches/pits),
environment.
activities
have
specific
Assessment
the
margins
contamination
and analysis
are
the
map VOC or
and around
collection
data
and
wide
determine
of
and
of
which
to preliminary
in
along
recommended
to
installation
status
risk
gas
is
range
techniques:
surveys
sampling
samples.
contaminant
it
following
soil
soil
(possibly
potential
the
geophysical
contamination,
sediment
located
a wide
utilizing
the
is
identified
At
photography,
network
and have
landfill.
detail
well
FS must
the
have
alternative
this
AOC.
any
are
proposed
buried
Explosive
effort
in
the
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.lll
06/03/90
3.13
QUND
3.13.1
FUEL
SITE
BACKGROUND
The Campbell
farm
at
Street
underground
the
air
Streets
(JP
fuel
(Avgas)
(PWDM Coordinates
close
Avgas
leakage
from
The
affected
Spill
600,000
of
Using
600,000
gallons
200
300 gallons
section
is
by dipping
contour
southeast,
silty
groundwater
ranging
from
map (Figure
with
assumption
at
2.64
45-4)
a gradient
to
been
the
It
fuel.
in
(Figure
clayey
this
AOC cuts
of
feet
that
that
approximately
Figure
to
across
land
shallow
0.004
dipping
surface.
groundwater
ft/ft.
from
the
been
detected.
up to
the
soils
2
groundwater,
has
typically
approximately
tank(s)
leakage.
The
45-2.
and sand.
these
leaks
separator
The site
clay,
was
have
underground
45-3).
silt,
below
3-127
estimated
in
2 acres)
approximately
which
the
leaked
approximately
that
farm,
presented
sand,
indicates
is
tanks
and possibly
over
JP
extensive
An oil-water
fuel
the
be readily
and 5 feet
involved.
of
can
fuel
porosity
line
6.96
leaks
with
45 is
on an east-west
of
on the
saturated
or
pipes
based
Site
drawn
layers
of
These
are
feet;
recent
gallons
involved
section
fuel.
which
were
cross
shallow
depths
Avgas
The
(approximately
100,000
of
45-l).
in
The most
Street
areas
discovered
lines.
boundary
amount
of
area
20 percent
south
a substantial
A geologic
the
on the
the
and White
storage
farm,
than
may have
White
JP fuel
more
were
of
tank
in
is
Campbell
square
system
estimate
fuel
the
was
and JP-5
are
approximately
installed
to
JP-4
groundwater
of
At
connecting
JP fuel
This
the
contains
the
40,000
lines
of
two
JP fuel
of
The underground
1978.
one-third
an above-ground
acres.
been
during
east
AOC (Figure
approximately
connecting
in
feet
The
one site
is
and adjacent
intersection
250
6 acres.
involved
gallons.
overlaying
area
leak
estimates
the
(Avgas)
013-14/P13-14).
area
southeastern
with
at
considered
underground
pipes
replaced
23,
approximately
by the
gas
and approximately
storage
underground
aviation
located
storage
covers
the
1981.
farm)
Avgas
farm
is
and are
underground
at
station
together
fuel
STORAGE ARU
is
cross
underlain
The
surface
strata
at
The groundwater
flows
to
the
of
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SITE 45BELL STREET UNDERGROUND
TORAGE AREA
MARlNE
FUEL
CAMP
3-128
IN FEET
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
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1 CLAYEY
SILTg
I
-e-e-
‘3
SAND
LEGEND
1
0
Figure 45-2
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION,
SITE
CAMPBELL
STREET
UNDERGROUND
STORAGE
AREA
1,000 FEET
I
I
L
WELL
HORIZONTAL
SCALE
MARINE CORPS
45FUEL
3-129
CAMP
LEJEUNE
BASE
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14-l
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l/90
I ICIl.lC .M_
SCALE
l
A
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
IN FEET
WELL
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
SOIL SAMPLE
SAMPLI
Air Research.
TION LOCATION,
SITE 45DERGROUND
FUEL
3-130
MARINE
CAMP
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BA
Inc., 1983
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
LEJEUNE
14- 1.02-OQ/
0 1 / 90
llooc
MAIN
STATION
SCALE
0
LEGEND
MONITOR
IN FEET
WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
TO’THIS
SITE
SOURCES:
Figure 45-4
GROUND
WATER CONTOUR
MAPSHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 45CAMPBELL
STREET UNDERGROUND
STORAGE
AREA
Water
MARINE
CAMP
FUEL
3-131
l nd Air Reawrch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc., 1993
BASE
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2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.112
Q6/Q4/90
3.13.2
SITE
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Four
shallow
groundwater
groundwater
investigation
one new well
of
placed
on the
the
site
Supply
Wells
1984
In
were collected
were analyzed
for
Lead
o
Oil
o
Volatile
organic
o
Ethylene
dibromide
o
Xylene
& Grease
presents
the
(EDB)
over
applicable
O&G was detected
at
method
in
Site
of
analytical
Well
Well
the
of
the
monitoring
in
fuel
1984.
farm.
the
In
When
was designated
results,
131;
45GW2 was
three
sampled
and
southwest
east
the
the
it
the
1984
as
45GW4 August
45GW4 1986 and 1987
well.
The groundwater
samples
analytes:
only)
in
for
all
detection
This
confirms
(45GWl)
chloroform
at the
these
tank
analytes.
those
target
compounds
Of the
target
that
all
located
(45GW2)
of
target
O&G was also
as throughout
one well
of all
limits.
wells.
1984.
The occurrence
solvents
listing
four
45 as well
VOCs were detected:
of decreasing
the
(1986/87
results
in all
was detected
and 45GW4).
south
in
(VOC)
a complete
analytical
concern
were
the
only)
A contains
collected
to
1986 and 1987,
target
compounds
(1986/87
samples
(45GW5)
new monitoring
following
in
45GW3 was located
Supply
the
installed
Well
In addition
of
(O&G)
Appendix
the
from
the
o
Lead
from
were
POL seeps.
was installed
presents
was collected
wells
as part
to contain
and 4140
in
installed
45GWl was placed
131 (45GW4).
well
that
Three
site.
was sampled
table
were
Well
known
131 (45GW4)
well
the
sample
samples
Well
45.
1986.
of the
monitoring
monitoring
45GW4.
in
side
wells
Site
an area
Supply
1986 a fourth
this
in
north
and Water
wells,
at
was installed
corner
site
monitoring
farm.
3-132
identified
in
only
the water
a contaminant
well
of
of Camp Lejeune.
west
of
the
JP fuel
farm.
and Trans-1,2-dichloroethene
compounds
45-1
analytes,
detected
O&G is
Table
may be attributed
Two
(45GWl
to
the
use
---
TABLE 45-l.
DATE
PARAMETER
LEAD
w
I
t;
w
-.___
SITE 45 - CAMPBELL
ST&ET FUEL FARM AND MCAS (Page 1 of 2).
AIR FIELD RAPID REFUEkING
AREA
DETECTED’TARGET
ANdLYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARDS
45GWl
45GWl
7116184 8/l/84
45GWl
45GW2
1218186 8/l/84
45GW2
811184
45GW2 45GW3
1218186 8/l/84
45GW3
8/l/84
45GW3
12/8/86
50
73.6
60
<27
<50
NA
<27
<50
NA
<27
OIL & GREASE
NONE
2ooo
4000
2ooo
22000
<900
2ooo
2ooo
loo0
2ooo
CHLOROFORM
T-I ,2-DICHLOROETHENE
0.19
<0.5
NA
<1.6
CO.4
NA
1.9
CO.5
NA
<I.6
70
CO.8
NA
2.2
co.6
NA
cl.6
<0.8
NA
<1.6
NA - not analyzed
Values reported are concentrations
Source: ESE, 1990.
in micrograms
per liter (ug/L);
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
TABLE 45-l.
DATE
SITE 45 - CAMPBELL ST&ET FUEL FARM AND MCAS (Page 2 of 2).
AIR FIELD RAPID REFUELING AREA
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARDS
45GW4
a/l184
45GW4
a/ii84
45GW4
12/a/86
PARAMETER
NA - not analyzed
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per liter (q/L);
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
45GW4
315187
45GWS
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SURFACE WATER
Two surface
ditch
water
on the
analyzed
below
south
for
are
samples
the
side
were collected
of
Site
same target
those
target
(Figure
45 in December
compounds
compounds
that
groundwater
downstream
at
compounds
samples.
JP fuel
leaching
out
of
farm.
the
in
This
soils
Listed
the
sample
Cl
taken
hydraulically
may be attributed
around
the
limits.
45sw2
1000
1.4
were detected
were
above detection
.
centration
(UPS
Benzene
of benzene
drainage
The samples
45sw1
600
Low levels
the
identified
O&G
the
from
1986.
as the
were
45-l)
to fuel
fuel
related
farm.
SEDIMENT
Two sediment
of
the
lead
samples
site
were collected
(Figure
45-l)
Listed
and O&G.
in
below
from
December
are
the
the
1986.
drainage
These
analytical
Parameter
O&G
was detected
in
also
in
sediment
identified
into
the
3.13.3
in both
ditch
the
migration
presence
were
sample
45SEl
directly
45SEl
45SEZ
12000
1810
samples.
These
data
analyzed
high
suggest
that
to the
JP fuel
levels
of O&G were
the
discharge
for
farm,
of
and
fuel
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
for
the
Camp Lejeune
of
of
shallow
AOCs.
contaminants
lead,
groundwater
As a result,
is
low.
O&G, and VOCs.
is one of the
the
potential
The groundwater
These
lowest
for
___-
.-.
.
-.----
recorded
has shown evidence
contaminants
are
____-
at any
horizontal
more
3-135
..- _....-... ..~----..
side
36.1
adjacent
Relatively
sample.
south
has occurred.
The gradient
of
samples
234
Lead
other
on the
results.
Lead
the
ditch
.-_-- -_ _.
likely
of
the
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06/04/90
attributed
to
the
contaminants.
quantity
Periodic
groundwater
into
character
identified
in
into,the
the
surface
of
the
supply
of
wells
spilled
rather
contamination
drainage
surface
environment
fuel
of
discharge
the
chemical
fuels
large
ditch
water
has been
45 because
the
the
shallow
documented
and sediment
may or may not
of Site
from
than
migration
of
by the
samples.
The O&G
be attributed
to the
release
O&G seems
to be a facility
of
wide
problem.
3.13.4
RECOMMRNDATIONS
Documented
product
releases
may be floating
detailed
field
horizontal)
a free
of various
on the
the
recovery
data
to allow
consisting
of wells
Following
determination
FS should
be conducted
contamination
system
should
a Risk
(shallow
and deep)
of potential
to select
surface.
the
suggest
Prior
extent
In
samples
to health
appropriate
order
of
and soils,
to provide
a program
should
and the
remedial
free
and
groundwater
to be conducted,
and soil
that
to initiation
(vertical
the
be installed.
risk
the
45 strongly
within
Assessment
3-136
II
Site
to determine
dissolved
product
at
groundwater
investigations
of
adequate
fuels
be initiated.
environment,
technology.
an
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3.14
SITE
3.14.1
48 - HCAS MERCURY DUMP
SITE
BACKGROUND
The MCAS Mercury
Building
from
the
Dump (Figure
48-l)
804 (PWDM Coordinates
23,
1956
to
1966 and covers
rear
of Building
dimensions
correlate
Metallic
mercury
units
with
total.
carried
over
The best
by hand
to
foot
wide
edge
of the
of approximately
AOC.
information
Road next
from
area
the
square
lines
available
indicates
that
quantities
at
small
feet.
the
radar
per year
amounting
in
from
These
of
one gallon
period,
or buried
extending
New River.
delay
to
was utilized
corridor
20,000
Approximately
a 10 year
and dumped
the
drained
this
on Longstaff
The disposal
to 200-
lab)
an area
of at
located
D17/E17).
was periodically
was deposited
pounds
is
a lOO-
804 (photo
and disposed
mercury
90
to more
than
the
of
1,000
material
randomly
was
selected
spots.
3.14.2
SITE
INVESTIGATION
SOIL
Four
hand-augered
Five
1984.
soil
groundwater
analyzed
following
soil
samples
interface
for
borings
mercury.
to the
were
(Samples
collected
48Sl
Mercury
water
from
through
was found
table
were performed
materials
4834,
in all
at
2 samples
five
soil
the
in August
soil
from
and
48Sl)
samples
at
and
the
concentrations:
Concentration
48Sl
0.02,
4882
0.02
4833
0.02
4884
0.009
(me/kg).
0.03
SEDIMENT
Four
Building
four
sediment
804
sediment
samples
(48SEl
samples
were collected
through
in
in
48SE4)
the
in
following
3-137
the
August
marsh
1984.
concentrations:
area
to the
Mercury
north
was found
of
in
all
___----
LEJEUNE
----
-
----
--,
-
I/Q)c
SCALE
IN
FEET
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
3-138
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SamDle-
3.14.3
suggests
of
that
shallow
levels
in
data.
The
0.02
48SE3
0.03
48SE4
0.02
the
bioaccumulation
presence
sampling
of mercury
confirmed
in
the
low
the
took
1984
system
mercury
levels
in
can
chlorine
food
place
the
water
is
not
hydride
and
marsh
via
solid
the
media
be made with
approximately
or
(water
of
surface
at
formation
transformations
sediment)
are
and
existing
25 ug/L,
complex
The biological
25-C,
under
of
complex
and can
chain.
at
attributable
levels
this
AOC,
indicate
that
the
to
Site
48 in
prior
1986
disposal
or
1987
practices
since
at
the
this
AOC was
investigation.
to
of mercury
toxicity
Site
should
adjacent
detailed
corridor
of
soil
should
be installed
to determine
organisms
environmental
within
adjacent
data
New River
collected
the
if
and
Recommended
analysis
within
detailed
mercury
has
to
be utilized
by an FS.
3-139
sediment
monitoring
affected
sampling
Site
48 is
in
media
hazard.
Groundwater
adjacent
environmental
to bioaccumulate
marsh.
effects,
should
solid
tendency
Similarly
bioaccumulation
the
its
sampling
disposal.
in
potential
the
and
in
an environmental
be conducted
of
detected
of mercury
48 represents
include
the
were
should
followed
to
sediments
RRCOMMRNDATIONS
Although
Because
mercury
environment
in
the
the
waters
conditions.
aquatic
in
between
due
environmental
No additional
to
of metallic
enhance
and
and surface
may increase
the
soil
migrated
groundwater
this
the
Correlation
in
efforts
has
solubility
proper
3.14.4
in
mercury
mercury
at
48SE2
mercury
groundwater.
although
-.
0.02
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
The presence
the
48SEl
the
of
sampling
wells
groundwater.
aquatic
warranted.
a Risk
and
Assessment,
and benthic
All
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3.15
SITE
3.15.1
This
54 -mH
SITE
1.5
end of
site
54-l).
crew
leaded
and waste
the
surrounded
by a berm.
and silty
54-3)
The surface
of
units
fuels
a burn
sand,
the
with
shallow
contour
the
(Figure
in
the
on the
pit
to the
23,
used
in
(principally
training
ground
southwest
024-25/P24-25)
the
mid-1950s
JP-type
was used
drainage
for
and possibly
exercises.
surface
which
was drawn
site
with
the
was lined
area
in
discontinuous
ranging
from
lies
0.8
map (Figure
54-4)
ditch
along
the
0.037
ftfft.
on a northwest-southeast
to be underlain
groundwater
of approximately
SITE
54-2)
and shows the
at depths
groundwater
3.15.2
adjacent
to have been
were used
Later
located
(PWDM coordinates
was conducted
section
gravelly
gradient
fuels
training
cross
(Figure
toward
believed
is
1975.
A geologic
sand
3614
Contaminated
Originally
line
Building
AOC is
training.
fuels)
MCAS New River
near
This
approximately
,
within
Runway 5-23
crash
BURN PIT
BACKGROUND
acre
(Figure
I
CREW F-TRAINING
primarily
by silty
sand
layers
of
coarse
sand
and clay.
within
the
silty
sand
and coarse
to 10 ft
below
shows that
southwest
land
shallow
side
of
surface.
The
groundwater
the
site,
flow
with
is
a
INVESTIGATION
.- GROUNDWATER
One shallow
monitoring
investigation
in
Supply
Well
lead,
of
5009
well
1984.
Groundwater
(54GW2)
target
analytes
and their
analytes
detected
54-l.
The July
1984 results
5009
in
Well
(54GW2).
the
above
54GW1, but
shallow
1986
investigation,
site
the
shallow
well
phenols
in
wells
for:
limits
chromium,
a detailed
of
results
are
the
in
for
the
in Table
were
Supply
Well
1984 samples.
(54GW2 and 54GW3) were
one upgradient
listing
presented
the
and
chromium,
O&G, and phenols
were detected
either
(54GWl)
cadmium,
Analytical
detection
that
3-140
initial
A presents
abbreviations.
indicate
monitoring
the
and analyzed
method
only
from
Appendix
No VOCs were detected
Two additional
during
samples
phenols.
target
detected
during
were collected
O&G, VOCs, and total
all
was installed
and one downgradient
installed
of the
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STATION
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CRASH
LOCATIONS,
SITE 54CREW FIRE TRAINING
BURN
SAMPLING
Watoc and Air Research,
ESE. 199.7.
Inc,
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SILTY-GRAVEL
HORIZONTAL
SCALE
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SITE 54BURN PIT
CAMP
3-142
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LEJEUNE
BASE
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IN FEET
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SOURCES:
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GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
CRASH CREW FIRE TRAINING
LOCATION,
SITE
BURN PIT
3-143
54-
MONITOR WELL
WATER/SEDIMENT
Water end
ESEe 1987.
Air Research.
SAMPLINt
Inc,
1983.
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CONTOUR INTERVAL 2
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
l
SOURCES:
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3ROUND
WATER CONTOUR
MAPSHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 54ZRASH CREW FIRE TRAINING
BURN
Water and
ESE. 1987.
MARINE
CAMP
PIT
3-144
TO THIS SITE ONLY
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CORPS
LEJEUNE
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BASE
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TABLE 54- 1.
DATE
-
___-.,
SITE 54 - CRASH CREW FIRE TRAINING BURN PIT
DETECTEDTARGETANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARDS
54GWl
7116184
54GWl
12/l 1186
54Gw2
l/16/84
54GW2
12/10/86
54GW2
315181
54GW3
12/10/86
54GW3
315187
PARAMETER
CHROMlUM
CHROM IUM(t6)
LEAD
w
I
F
VI
1
I
50
NONE
50
I
1
1
60
NA
<40
1
1
1
10.7
<lO
~27
1
I
1
<8
NA
<40
1
1
1
67.9
14.6
<27
1
1
1
28
45.9
27
1
1
1
23.9
<IO
<27
1
1
1
32
12.1
<27
OIL & GREASE
NONE
1000
3ooo
<900
<300
1000
2ooo
2ooo
PHENOLS
NONE
3
4
2
c2
<2
6
<2
All units in microgramsper liter (ug/L), this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
I
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existing
monitoring
and the
well.
existing
Samples
shallow
well
were
collected
and analyzed
from
for
the
these
two new wells
following
target
compounds:
o
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Hexavalent
o
Lead
o
Oil
0
Volatile
o
Total
0
Xylene
o
Methyl
ethyl
o
Methyl
isobutyl
o
Ethylene
Chromium
h grease
(O&G)
organics
(VOC)
phenols
Appendix
ketone
ketone
dibromide
A presents
a detailed
listing
of all
target
compounds
and their
abbreviations.
Table
54-l
1987
sampling
results
presents
effort.
for
well
The December
amount
one of
also
contained
1000
in
to 3000
The groundwater
as in
Well
lead
least
documented
the
should
be noted
Supply
the
levels
below
collected
of
of
the
that
chromium
samples
in
both
March
North
the
the
1986 and March
1986 and 1987
indicate
that
total
chromium
1987 also
downgradient
in
the
1984.
samples
collected
and hexavalent
contained
a quantifiable
Groundwater
Standard.
monitoring
and hexavalent
chromium.
collected
concentrations
with
analytical
shallow
was sampled
Carolina's
from
December
the upgradient
5009 which
1987 results
collected
samples
each
Well
54GW2 contained
(27 ug/L),
from
54GW2 represents
1986 and March
The sample
of
results
Well
and not
upgradient
chromium.
analytical
It
Monitoring
monitoring
from
the
At
well
54GW3
O&G was
ranging
from
ug/L.
sample
1984 sampling
collected
effort,
from
Well
chromium,
3-146
54GWl
contained
06G and phenols.
the
same
None of
compounds
the
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06/03/90
groundwater
samples
contained
collected
during
the
1986187
locations
along
sampling
inves.tigation
VOCs.
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
Three
surface
water
and southwest
of
effort
(Figure
target
compounds
analyzed
for
o
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Bexavalent
o
Lead
o
Oil
o
Total
o
Ethylene
were
the
sampled
The surface
water
groundwater
following
during
the
the
samples
samples.
drainage
December
were
ditch
1986
analyzed
The sediment
southeast
sampling
for
the
samples
same
were
analytes:
Chromium
(O&G)
phenols
dibromide
results
were detected
along
analyte
the
been
in
the
that
surface
side
in any of
water
of
the
total
the
phenols
sample
site.
surface
at a concentration
(54SWl)
Because
water
collected
this
samples,
of 3
from
was the
the
only
a separate
target
table
has
prepared.
results
All
indicate
southeast
detected
Analytical
2.
pit
as the
& grease
ditch
not
the
54-l).
The analytical
ug/L
and sediment
three
two upstream
of
the
for
the
samples
three
samples
also
sediment
contained
contained
samples
chromium,
lead.
are
presented
O&G, and total
None of
the
samples
in
Table
54-
phenols.
The
contained
vocs.
SOILS
During
burn
the
pit
1984
area
investigation,
to visually
determine
groundwater
underlying
the
investigation
indicate
that
the
east
and southeast
nine
of
site
soil
if
burn
pit,
3-147
were
contamination
had occurred.
contamination
the
borings
hand augered
of
The results
by waste
as evidenced
the
around
the
shallow
of
POL underlies
by a fuel
the
soil
the
odor
boring
site
detected
to
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during
augering
in
quantities
of
waste
drainage
ditches.
3.15.3
The
chromium
state
does
the
metals,
In
been
addition
during
observed
not
The
to
periods
seep
from
of
the
high
rainfall,
ground
the
Supply
this
Well
into
the
target
did
analytes,
contain
the
sediment
this
of
metal.
chromium.
significant
samples
did
consistent
contain
with
two
the
samples.
health
concern
5009.
at
The existing
this
site
data
do not
has
occurred
as a result
pit.
However
the
existing
database
does
any
of O&G is
supply
contamination
for
hexavalent
not
The presence
concentrations
Standards
for
potable
training
3.15.5
standard
samples
groundwater
human
and 54GW2 contained
Groundwater
a separate
water
the
54GWl
Carolina’s
and O&G.
immediate
Water
have
surface
of
of
Wells
of North
phenols,
findings
from
excess
concentrations
exist
in
the
shallow
is
the
indicate
of
does
the
the
that
that
soils,
nearby
degradation
activities
suggest
groundwater,
of
status
at
the
fire
low-level
and sediments.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Detectable
most
POL have
collected
in
Although
of
areas.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
samples
The
these
levels
of
the
Assessment
threat
additional
contamination
contaminants
considerable
sediment,
of
are
resources
and
to
to health
to
groundwater,
determine
and
environmental
the
of
low
been
define
levels
Rather
than
of
to
required.
3-149
volumes
productive
low
If
environment.
sampling
at
the
may be more
low
identified
toxicity,
accurately
it
if
have
support
of
to
toxicity
54.
However,
expending
contaminated
conduct
a Risk
substances
pose
an unacceptable
the
Site
FS process
risk
is
would
soil,
a
identified,
be
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3.16
I
SITE
3.16.1
The
68 - RIFLE
SITE
Rifle
BACKGROUND
Range
approximately
800
feet
acre
east
lies
previous
of
stems
supply
the
the
drawn
site
site
topography
the
east
to
primarily
sandy
The
toward
site
sand,
and
affect
the
and RR-97.
was
in
suspected
to
the
the
to the
northwest.
Creek.
favor
The
rapid
that
surface
clay
lies
The
fill
photographs,
signs
to
10 feet,
and
cubic
the
yards.
deposited.
facility
for
concern
is
quality
beneath
the
site
the
potable
identified
these
in
wells
are
pumping
of
logging
The major
elevations
the
located
of
ranging
The
soils
at
water
slope
the
infiltration
of
runoff
dipping
(Figures
within
the
layers
68-2
the
a
potential
and
upgradient
well
from
of
the
Rifle
may have
50 feet
site
Range
surface
does
is
msl
to
to
the
Dump are
precipitation.
occur
the
the
sand
topographic
of
silty
and 68-3).
silty
sand
Groundwater
surface.
between
of
including:
solvents.
reportedly
4
There
in
a northwest
sand,
silty
Creek.
and sandy
direction
continuous
3 to
wells.
by sharply
spaces
wastes
as a disposal
that
and
This
to be 100,000
were
though
msl
ground
of
aerial
estimated
Even
with
Stone
16-7).
approximately
compounds
variable
and
is
plant,
may be related
groundwater
is
Stone
and
1972.
organic
underlain
below
as pore
of
H6-8/
sludge,
in
Road
treatment
types
utilized
to
Range
various
solvents
was
to
groundwater
16 ft
such
is
is
sand,
shallow
of waste
landfill
evidence
direction
been
1942
5 feet
toward
however,
has
16,
showed,
area
of
water
disturbance
fill
from
contaminants
The
is
/
it
northwest
this
the
appearance
west
Range
for
that
years
RR-45
Rifle
treatment
area
gallons
solvents
wells
from
40 acre
inactive
from
the
site
waste
of
located
(PWDM Coordinates
deposited
thirty
waste
of
However
2,000
currently
period
f
debris,
material
An estimated
west
is
as a disposal
The depth
of
68-l)
Creek
disturbance.
amount
~
used
a 30 to
activities.
for
feet
Stone
building
within
This
of
was
garbage,
Dump (Figure
2,000
area
RANGE DUM?
at
The
depths
occurs
surface
of
ranging
from
through
particles.
The
slope
(northwest)
primary
shallow
toward
clayey
the
4.83
features
groundwater
Stone
ft
flow
Creek
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RANGE DUMP
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3-151
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7
L’
68GWl
/
SANDY CLAY
LEGEND
WELL
i
0
HORIZONTAL
RIFLE
IC CROSS SECTION,
RANGE DUMP
1,000 FEET
J
I
I
SCALE
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
SITE 68-
3-152
2-ENG.SliCLFDSS.2
06/03/90
(Figure
68-4).
The groundwater
approximately
3.16.2
0.016
SITE
ft/ft
to
flow
the
gradient
has been
measured
to be
northwest.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Three
monitoring
Well
1984.
wells
68GWl
is
(Figure
located
between
the
filled
area
located
on
the
downgradient
fill
and
area
(west)
and the
the
Stone
Supply
1984
Wells
compounds
the
for
of
effort
concern
not
present,
any of
are
the
Well
area
These
did
between
sampled
as part
VOCs.
any of the
sampled.
sampling
compounds
These
1986.
effort.
of
of
and their
identify
were
fill
wells
for
analytes
that
the
of the
analyzed
not
area
monitoring
were
were
in
68GW2 is
downgradient
target
wells
landfill
68GW2 and 68GW3) were resampled
1984
any of the
disposal
(68GW5)
samples
five
of
fill
Creek.
in November
as in the
the
migrating
would
also
present
1981 has not
contain
the
VOCs in
the
of sampling
from
the
indicate
samples
as part
were analyzed
The 1986 sampling
concern.
identified.
the
deep
quantities
target
area
the
levels.
The fact
analytes
supply
indicate
fill
that
at detectable
been
any of
or use of minor
of the
two rounds
not
are no longer
wells
wells.
3-154
that
via
the
contaminants,
shallow
VOCs identified
in
The source
that
the
may suggest
solvents
of
shallow
that
may be related
of degreasing
I
I
located
of all
(68GW1,
the
samples
these
the
performed
detect
of
information
of
of
the
and RR-97.
of
and RR-97
around
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
The results
not
also
listing
wells
same analytes
3.16.3
in
in
monitoring
did
side
and Stone
(68GW4)
a detailed
side
RR-45
The groundwater
investigation
the
area
The analysis
The shallow
of
RR-45
A presents
abbreviations.
Wells
68GW3 is
fill
investigation.
Appendix
upgradient
(northern)
Well
the
were installed
on the
and Supply
Creek.
between
68-1)
aquifer.
the
the
the
wells
VOCs detected
monitor
the
This
supply
wells
one time
to laboratory
in
if
immediate
do
presence
artifacts
vicinity
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RELATIVE
SOURCES:
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WATER CONTOUR
MAPiHALLOW
AQUIFER,
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WELL
Water
TO THIS SITE ONLY
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3.16.4
It
is
RECOMMENDATIONS
recommended
that
acceptable
water
wells
should
ensure
monitoring
contaminants
do not
investigative
efforts
the
supply
quality
wells
is
be sampled
begin
are
to
migrate
be monitored
Additionally
maintained.
on a yearly
from
warranted.
3-156
the
on a quarterly
basis
fill
to
area.
the
insure
basis
shallow
that
No other
to
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3.17
SITE
3.17.1
69 - RIFLE
SITE
Range
feet
of
Everett
acres
until
area
for
in
the
is
drums
on the
no agent
appeared
(CN)
disposal
events
that
all
by silty
discontinuous
of
sand,
69-2
depicts
the
groundwater
2.11
69-5)
to
20.24
clayey
are
through
below
that
and the
divide
an easterly
Typical
runs
which
land
these
groundwater
materials
chemical
HTH,
of
generated
warfare,
twelve
or used
which
in
contain
trenches
or
different
sections
of
sections
clay,
the
of
the
these
were drawn.
site
contour
to
between
Wells
69GWl
this
the
direction
site
average
from
map (Figure
is broken
groundwater
69-4
The shallow
ranging
flows
causing
beneath
3-157
Figure
wells
69GW2 and a westerly
gradients
silt.
by watershed
69GWl and 69GW4 flows
exists
direction
site.
sand at depths
beneath
of Wells
with
and clayey
The groundwater
flow
south
of
silt,
silty
surface.
shed boundary
east
consisting
sandy
cross
the
northwest
in a northerly
direction
sand,
within
groundwater
a water
of materials
pentachlorophenol,
sand and sandy
cross
groundwater
Groundwater
Additionally,
geologic
primarily
feet
indicates
northwest
well.
areas
occurs
boundaries.
This
and 69-3
early
gas cylinders,
At least
of
documented.
underlain
Figures
an
as a disposal
was conducted
deep.
of
yards
the
The list
agent
of material
is
cubic
from
materials:
for
north
The site
was utilized
hazardous
9,000
Road,
93,000
lindane,
kits
Ferry
15).
base.
training
The AOC is primarily
layers
site
following
test
approximately
was active
on the
6 to 20 feet
been
the
other
agent
M14-
site
diazinon,
The disposal
have
15/
the
the
located
approximately
generated
gas,
were between
L14-
to contain
and chemical
substances.
which
reported
is
Road and Sneads
indicate
malathion,
that
base,
Range
16,
include
Trichloroethylene,
69-l)
containing
wastes
site
chloroacetophenone
pits
size,
It
chemical
of at
PCB's,
of
records
1976.
all
disposed
DDT,
intersection
Available
1950's
Dump (Figure
(PWDH coordinates
six
material.
Chemical
the
Creek
estimated
Dm
BACKGROUND
The Rifle
east
RANGE C-L
to
the
southeast.
and 69GW2.
flow
west
to move in
of
0.032
this
ft/ft.
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LEGEND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
9
GROUNDWATER
MONITORING
WELL NO. 15
CANVAS
TENT FRAGMENTS
FIRED AND UNFIRED
BLANK
RIFLE CARTRIDGES
RECTANGULAR
DEPRESSION
EMPTY MALATHION
DRUM
EXPOSED
WOODEN
BOXES WITH WHITE
POWDER:
EXPOSED
RIM OF %-GALLON
DRUM: HOLES
APPARENTLY
FORMED
BY COLLAPSE
OF BURIED
MATERIAL
POOLED
WATER
WITH ORGANIC
FILM ON SURFACE
l-QUART
CANS EXPLODED
BY FIRE
CHEMICAL
AGENT TESTING
KITS
11 BURIED
TRAINING
(LOCATION
MODIFIED
--
AGENTIGAS
IS APPROXIMATE
IN FIELD)
IN FEET
CREEK
BASIN
SOURCES:
Figure 69-1
SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
RIFLE RANGE CHEMICAL
MAY BE
WATERSHED
BOUNDARY
SCALE
EVERETT
WATERSHED
AND
SITE 69DUMP
Warm
and
ESE, 1987.
Air Resoanh.
inc..
CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
MARINE
1983.
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3-w
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1
110
M
s
1oc
69GW6
:
I-
CLAYEY
SANDY
SAND
CLAY
D-
IJ
/’
/
/
/
LEGEND
500 FEET
0
WELL
I
I
HORIZONTAL
I
SCALE
i
Figure 69-2
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
M-M’,
RIFLE RANGE CHEMICAL
DUMP
SITE 69-
MARINE
CAMP
CORPS
BASE
LEJEUNE
L
3-159
., .- .-.-----
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69GW4
SILTY SAND
SANDY
CLAY
LEGEND
I
WELL
Figure 69.3
GEOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
M’-M”,
RIFLE RANGE CHEMICAL
DUMP
0
I
500 FEET
I
I
HORIZONTAL
SITE
69-
3-160
SCALE
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
LEJEUNE
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t190c
LEGEND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GROUNDWATER
MONITORING
WELL NO. 15
CANVAS
TENT FRAGMENTS
FIRED AND UNFIRED
BLANK
RIFLE CARTRIDGES
RECTANGULAR
DEPRESSION
EMPTY MALATHION
DRUM
EXPOSED
WOODEN
BOXES WITH WHITE POWDER:
EXPOSED
RIM OF 55.GALLON
DRUM: HOLES
APPARENTLY
FORMED
BY COLLAPSE
OF BURIED
MATERIAL
POOLED
WATER
WITH ORGANIC
FILM ON SURFACE
1.OUART
CANS EXPLODED
BY FIRE
CHEMICAL
AGENT TESTING
KITS
11 BURIED
TRAINING
(LOCATION
MODIFIED
AGENT/GAS
IS APPROXIMATE
IN FIELD)
AND
MAY BE
WATERSHED
BOUNDARY
0
-O
SCALE
EVERETT
WATERSHED
IN FEET
CREEK
BASIN
SOURCES:
LOGIC CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
E RANGE CHEMICAL
DUMP
SITE
69-
Waler
JMI
ESE. 1987.
MARINE
CAMP
3-161
Air Resea~h.
I~c..
CORPS BASE
LEJEUNE
1983.
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EJEUNE
l/Q&
LEGEND
.II
A
GROUNDWATER
MONITORING
WFI
Nn 1~
.._-_I ._-.
..
CANVAS
TENT FRAGMENTS
FIRED ANO UNFIRED
BLANK
RIFLE CARTRIDGES
RECTANGULAR
DEPRESSION
EMPTY MAIATHION
ORUM
EXPOSED
WOODEN
BOXES WITH WHITE POWDER:
EXPOSED
RIM OF 55.GALLON
DRUM: HOLES
APPARENTLY
FORMED
BY COLLAPSE
OF BURIED
MATERIAL
7 POOLED
WATER
WITH ORGANIC
FILM ON SURFACE
6 l-QUART
CANS EXPLODED
BY FIRE
9 CHEMICAL
AGENT TESTING
KITS
10 POOL
11 BURIED
TRAINING
AGENT/GAS
. MONITOR
WELL
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
CONTOUR INTERVAL 2’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
TO THIS SITE ONLY
\
/BOUNDARY
.--
/-
WATERSHED
BOUNDARY
0
5o”
SCALE
SOURCES:
ATER
CONTOUR
MAP-
\
IN FEET
Water l d
ESE, 1967.
Air Resewch.
Inc,
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
3-162
1963.
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l/90
2-ENG.SliCLFDSS.5
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3.17.2
SITE
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Eight
groundwater
investigation
in
Wells
69GWl
area.
Wells
69GW5,
69GW6,
is
monitoring
located
and August
and
located
and
of
1984
were
results
of
than
the
these
detected
These
periodically
water
wells.
of
disposal
the
disposal
disposal
samples
area.
area.
collected
target
analytes
Wells
Well
69GW8
during
July
compounds:
VOCs,
that
were
mercury,
were
analyzed
compounds:
ketone,
show
and
that
and sediments
samples
in
in
the
the
data
the
and
detected
for
at
the
same
target
tetrachlorodioxin,
ethylene
xylene,
dibromide.
groundwater
The
contains
collected
detectable
groundwatet.
Tables
surface
water
that
into
were
contained
indicate
discharge
high
the
the
surface
in
the
concentrations
69-2
and
samples
contaminants
within
of
of
69-3
and sediment
water
vicinity
list
the
same
those
collected
the
the
from
filled
areas
network.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Contamination
identified
at
in
pentachlorophenol
this
the
these
69-l).
These
compounds
the
1986
isobutyl
of
identified
of
of
the
limit.
additional
Samples
compounds
of
those
detection
investigations
area.
east
of
gradient
following
December
methyl
surface
and down
the
lists
method
following
(Table
location
pentachlorophenol,
69-l
WATER AND SEDIMENTS
69.
for
during
ketone,
the
north
PCB’s,
the
as part
The groundwater
analyzed
SURFACE
3.17.3
,
site.
Table
of VOCs
disposal
located
pesticides,
plus
ethyl
Site
I
the
collected
methyl
levels
..
69GW7 are
installed
shows
69GW3 and 69GW4 are
greater
analytes
69-l
south
west
The samples
!
69GW2 are
chlorine.
levels
Figure
were
located
organochlorine
residual
1984.
wells
AOC.
all
the
Rifle
media
have
It
southern
portion
disposal
activity
appears
of
the
Range
Chemical
In
sampled.
been
identified
that
the
filled
may have
been
Dump is
addition
in
pesticides
the
contamination
area.
This
conducted
3-163
extensive.
in
water
detected
is
this
indicate
area.
been
and
surface
would
VOCs have
and sediment
concentrated
that
Evidence
at
at
most
of
of
the
the
the
-
.-
->_-
--.
TABLE 69-1.
SITE69
- RlPl.E RANGECllEMlCAL
DElEtXFDTMGfX
GP.OuND
WATER
NC GW
DATE
STANDARDS
DUMP
-_-
(l&e
_.
..-.-.
..-
I of 2)
ANALYl-ES
SAh4PLm
69GWl
69GWl
7/18/84
12/12196
(
SWWZ::
l/IS/S4
12117/86
69GW3
69GW2
69QW4
69GW4
l/19/64
120 7l66
7IlSlS4
12118/86
w
1
Ifc
_.
NA: not analyzed.
__
---
TABLJZ69-1.
SITE 69 - RlFue
DEllXlFD
ETHENE
METHYLENECtlLOtUDE
CttEhlICAL
DUMP
_.
-1
._
.--~
(F&a 2 d2)
TARGET ANALYTES
GROUND
DAT6
RANGE
--
WATER
SAMPLJZX
NCGW
69GWJ
69Gw5
69Gw6
69ow6
69GWl
69GWl
69Gw8
69GWY
STANDARDS
7/18/84
12ll8186
7mf84
12119196
l/18/84
12118l86
71191114
12118/86
<I .6
<I.2
<I .6
70
Cl.2
<I .2
Cl.6
<I.2
5
<I
a.1
4.2 >I
<I
a.8
<I
a.a
<I
a.8
NONE
co.9
c4.t
<0.8
<4.t
co.9
<4.I
<0.9
<4.I
NONE
<t.1
a
<I .6
a
Cl.7
a
<I.7
a
NONE
a.2
CJ
<I .2
a
<I .2
<5
a.2
-c5
NONE
<I.3
-3
-3.3
a
<I.3
a
<I .3
a
<6
~0.6
<6
<0.6
<6
<0.6
<6
4
<0.9
<I
4
-2
a.9
Cl
I.l.2.2-TElXACHLOROFTHANE
TEtXACHLOROETHENE
I.l.Z-TRICHLOROFTHANE
TRlCllLOttOETtlENE
TOLUENE
1000
<0.6
VlNYLCHLORlDE
0.015
tt
TABLE 69-2.
DATE
SITE 69 - RIFLE/RANGE
CHEMICAL
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SURFACE WATER SAMPLES
NC SW
STANDARDS
69swi
a/4/84
DUMP
69SWl
a/4/84
69SWl
12/12/86
69sw2
at4184
69SW2
12/12/86
69sw3
12/12/86
PARAMETER
IBHC.A
1
NONE
1 <O.OOl
1 <O.OOl
1
0.043
1 <O.GQl
1
0.056
ICHLOROBENZENE
ETHYLBENZENE
METHYLENE
CHLORIDE
1,1,2.2-TETRACHLORO-
NONE
NONE
3
co.6
NA
NA
I
I
I
MERCURY
0.2
1 <0.2
1 <0.2
NA: not analyzed.
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per liter (ug/L); this
approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Source: ESE, 1990.
I
1
<7.2
<0.6
Cl.2
c2.8
a
c2.8
<0.2
I
1
<0.2
I
1
c2.a
I
co.2
0.2
I
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
TABLE
69-3.
SlTE 69 - RIFLE RANGE CHEMICAL
DETECTED TARGET ANALTYES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
69SE4
KU12186
DATE
PARAMETER
IDDD.PP*
DDE,PP’
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
I
<0.0129
0.0188
1.190
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
this approximates parts per million (ppm).
DUMP
69SE5
12412l86
I
0.113
<0.0224
<0.05 13
per gram (ug/g);
Note: There are no NC sediment standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
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contaminants
of
the
in
buried
disturbance
risk
due
may involve
group
is
may expose
these
direct
training
contact
exercises
for
Site
The
Signs
site
test
exposure
routes
this
to
in
personnel
are
includes
kits.
could
around
ponded
surface
include
the
to
the
the
that
case,
some
any
atmosphere.
This
contaminants.
the
posted
Due to
the
to
exposure
indicate
is
materials
conducted
military
69.
If
would
area
of
become
69;
inhalation,
69 which
from
however,
water,
of
Site
separated
Site
variety
This
open
the
bags
of
contaminants
dermal
the
at
the
contact,
ingestion.
RECOMMENDATIONS
The mixed
wastes
environments,
field
to determine
It
is
at
Camp Lejeune
schedule
present
represent
Extensive
the
surface.
potential
incidental
3.17.4
for
and sediments
the
and exposed
surface,
and/or
the
bodies
near
soils
fenced.
pesticides,
land
to
to enter
not
is
risk
the
and
area
the
a high
is
water
material
of
presents
surface
preferred
this
a high
investigations
the
recommended
for
at
location
that
and that
site
AOC and
risk
to
in
elevated
and exact
this
a separate
nature
RI/FS
should
3-168
to significant
and
levels
of
of
various
the
from
of
the
risk(s),
be prepared.
the
are
waste
remainder
In
aquatic
environment.
protection
be conducted.
assessment
alternative
proximity
human health
AOC be separated
characterization,
remedial
its
required
materials.
of
the
AOCs
an accelerated
and selection
of
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3.18
'/IDS
3.18.1
DIV
SITE
BACKGROUND
The Courthouse
side
of
Bay Liquids
Courthouse
I 11-12).
area.
An estimated
this
area.
The waste
drained
gallons
Waste
battery
backfilled
geologic
The
of waste
battery
section
ranging
map (Figure
towards
section
vehicle
In
within
a 13
of
in
maintenance.
addition,
approximately
disposed
hand-shoveled
Bay
1977.
was deposited
routine
sand
lenses
of
in
holes
to 6.58
the
shallow
73-4)
indicates
lies
below
this
which
area.
were
that
the
groundwater
Bay and a drainage
flow
gradient
ditch
is
of
Site
(Figure
the
surface.
estimated
with
73-2
is a
73.
This
73-3).
silty
sand
at depths
The groundwater
contour
flows
along
and clay
Figure
geology
within
land
sand
73-2).
direction
groundwater
feet
overlying
(Figure
in a north-south
2.38
SITE
shallow
1946 until
occurred
oil
surface.
by silty
clay
shallow
Courthouse
3.18.2
from
was reportedly
representing
The groundwater
AOC .
into
and silty
of the
from
ground
acid
primarily
is drawn
surface
during
on either
of Courthouse
activities
of waste
located
disposal.
clay
cross
the
was poured
is underlain
discontinuous
cross
onto
acid
gallons
is
northwest
disposal
was generated
directly
after
The area
oil
73-l)
AOC was used
that
400,000
(Figure
200 feet
This
indicates
acre
20,000
~
17,
information
The oil
Area
Road approximately
(PWDM coordinates
Available
Disposal
to the
the
eastern
east-southeast
side
to be 0.012
of
the
ft/ft.
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Four
shallow
groundwater
investigation
conducted
Figure
Well
73-l.
situated
Well
of
the
disposal
investigation
is
south
of Courthouse
area.
The
located
the
were
location
north
disposal
Wells
A fifth
monitoring
in
1986187.
3-169
the
these
This
wells
the
disposal
are
(73GWS)
well
is
of
is
This
Supply
area
east
well
Well
A-S.
and
(downgradient)
was installed
located
the
shown in
areas.
and Water
and 73GW4
well
as part
disposal
area
of
73GW3
installed
of
of
(downgradient)
Bay.
conducted
wells
1984.
and between
73GW2 is located
the
in
73GWl
upgradient
upgradient
monitoring
north
during
of
the
is
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.
.- *
-0.
. .
*..
*
I . -.
. . *
.* . -. .
.
\
POL AND AC10
CONTAMINATION
.-0
t
SCALE
IN FEET
.11/ J POS.%SLY
/CONCRETE
CONTAMINATION
ONLY
73SWl
73SEl
-
.--.
.
0 s-A-31
73SE3
l
A
LEGEND
MONITOR
WELL
SURFACE WATER/SEDIMENT
STATION
SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
SITE 730
SE BAY LIQUID DISPOSAL
SOURCES:
Water and
ESE. 1987.
MARINE
AREA
CAMP
Air Reroarch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc,
BASE
1983.
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DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
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14- 1.02-09/O
73GWl
1 /SO
73GW2
.C---.-------------------------------------------------------.---
GROUND
WATER
SILTY SAND
LEGEND
WELL
0
1
500 FEET
I
I
HORIZONTAL
SCALE
i
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
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14-l
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l/90
llDoc
POL AND ACID
CONTAMINATION
0
SCALE
CONTAMINATION
IN FEET
73SWl
BA Y
I
.
l
A
LEGEND
EXISTING
SURFACE
STATION
MONITOR WELL
WATER/SEDIMENT
73SE3
SAMPLING
SOURCES:
;EOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
SITE
:OURTHOUSE
BAY LIQUID DISPOSAL
AREA
73
3-172
Waler
ESE
MARINE
CAMP
ld
1997.
Air Rowarch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
Inc.. 1993.
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.EJEUNE
lti
--
SCALE
-
CONTAMINATION
IN FEET
.
.--.
--
*
-
COURTHOUSE
BA
i
LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
Y
l
TO THIS SITE ONLY
SOURCES:
CONTOUR
OUSE
BAY LIQUID
MAPDISPOSAL
Water and Air Rssoarch,
ESE. 1987.
MARINE
CAMP
AREA
3-173
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
Inc., 1983.
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disposal
area.
within
the
shallow
designated
well
The well
in
1986
1984
sampling
chloroform,
analytical
data
for
Groundwater
effort)
samples
Cadmium
o
Chromium
o
Lead
o
Antimony
o
Oil
0
Volatile
o
Total
Phenols
Appendix
A lists
and Grease
previous
limits
set
the
o
Methyl
ethyl
o
Methyl
isobutyl
o
Ethylene
o
Hexavalent
well
these
target
(designated
are not
wells
compounds
groundwater
sampling
target
with
analytes
that
samples
was performed
the
compounds
addition
were
following:
Xylene
and March,
to be contaminated
supply
from
individual
sampled
0
The monitoring
1987
is also
73GW5 for
with
and dibromochloromethane.
for
those
of
of
only.
is
the
low levels
of
Therefore,
the
comparable
to the
1987
in July
1984 were analyzed
for
(VOC)
in
were
A-5
(O&G)
all
round
well
Well
point
compounds:
presents
detection
effort
January
The supply
collected
Organics
73-l
sampling
Supply
data
well.
target
o
a background
73-1,
in both
was found
monitoring
following
locations
1984
and sampled
results
the
A second
July
73-l.
to provide
On Table
bromodichloromethane,
1984
Table
zone.
the
as 73GW5 on Table
July
the
aquifer
as 73GW5 for
installed
listed
was installed
ketone
ketone
dibromide
chromium
3-174
and their
were detected
collected
above
from
in January
with
Site
the
Well
the
method
73.
and March
of Monitoring
analyzed
abbreviations.
1987.
73GWS.
addition
of
The same
The
the
_..~
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DEIIXXFD
UQUlD.9
DlSPDhL
AREA
TARGET ANAL=
GROUND
DATE
MY
WATER
SAMPLES
NC GW
73GwI
73owI
73Gwl
73Gw2
73Gw3
73Gw3
73Gw4
73ow4
73cwJ
73GwJ
73GwJ
STANDARDS
116184
117/9J
716184
117/97
116114
I/7/97
716104
l/7/87
716184
1/7197
314197
70
<I.3
<I.6
<I.4
<I.6
1.3
<I.6
360
<I .6
<I.4
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TRANS-I.2-DICHLOROETHENE
w
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TOLUENE
loo0
0.7
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<6
<0.6
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4
<6
<0.7
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0.015
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Cl
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5
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CHROMIUM
50
95
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46
4.4
62
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43
30
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JO
109
a7
63
QJ
89
cz7
57
Q7
40
a7
a7
NONE
zoo0
<700
1000
<700
loo0
<700
800
1000
CADMIUM
OIL d GREASE
Valuea rcporkd
Now:
Smplc
umpk,
SIC cmm~rdm~
73GWJ
(due,
TIC duplialion
.umtsrblg
Source:
In mkrogrmu
73GWJ (dmti 7/6/84) yu
,y‘um
ESE. 1990.
ll7/gJ .,,I 3/4/87)
colleasd
per lik.r (uglL);
thh ~pproxknelu
from ck wpply v*l.
‘or+ mllech,
from the monitoring
xsll.
of thii mmpls numbzr L due to lk dmnge mde in tk mmplc
bwcn
lbc 1964 md Ihe 1987
l mpling
CYSII”.
JO0
2002
parti per biiim
(ppb).
JO0
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2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.9
06/03/90
The sample
analyses
were found
in
1987.
significantly
in
these
from
area.
It
levels
its
is
contaminant
Surface
Well
samples
to allow
this
well
high
collected
relocation
of
construction
at
1984
of VOCs
1987.
This
well.
Well
to take
place
the
than
changed
levels
in
this
is now located
in
to have
73GW4 contained
the
to the
location
that
of VOCs appear
in
in part
of metals
limits
73GW4 was
in
of
the
the
SEDIMENTS
and sediments
These
offshore
in
compounds
samples
Courthouse
as the
identified
the
sediment.
Table
Chromium
was the
the
were
analytes
identified
in
of
cadmium,
only
compound
the
levels
of
chromium,
analytical
in
lead,
above
phenols,
in
effort
sediment
limits
similar
the
water
not
of
to
the
samples.
in
surface
therefore
are
same target
and O&G in
the
the
73-l)
sampling
detection
and are
sediments
the
this
for
in
(Figure
for
of
detected
the
investigation
locations
results
of SO ug/L
groundwater
three
The results
chromium
identified
the
were analyzed
identified
standard
the
from
samples.
lists
freshwater
during
The samples
73-2
The
collected
collected
Bay.
presence
water.
were
groundwater
The target
are
concern.
those
samples.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Disposal
site,
activities
at
and may have
also
Courthouse
Bay.
movement,
surface
water
transport
during
periods
not
concentrations
plume.
1986187.
3.18.3
1987.
decreased
possible
water
surface
to
original
SURFACE WATER/
below
1984
may be related
moved
greater
The concentrations
from
1984;
change
identified
be the
sediments
The shallow
toward
only
have
AOC have
affected
Contaminants
source
within
bay area
this
the
groundwater
Courthouse
Bay.
surface
water
during
periods
Past
of erosion.
bay.
the
may have migrated
drainage
of
contributed
the
impacted
the
contaminants
It
is possible
to
beneath
the
detected
the
site
The groundwater
groundwater
and sediments
off-site
via
of high
activities
detected
in
other
the
potential
the
in
groundwater
flow,
disposal
that
beneath
and sediment
at Site
surface
73 may
water
sources
and
in
contamination.
flows
in an easterly
contour
map (Figure
direction
73-4)
illustrates
the
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-I
TABLE 73-2.
SITE 73 - COURTHOUSE
BAY LIQUIDS
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SEDIMENT SAMPLES
DATE
PARAMETER
CADMIUM
CHROMIUM
LEAD
DISPOSAL
73SEl
12/15/86
73SE2
1211986
73SE3
12/15/86
<0.406
11.8
8.51
Cl.01
53
22.2
0.694
35.9
15.8
675
1510
I
OIL & GREASE
I
IPHENOLS
I
0.207
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms
this approximates parts per million @pm).
I
1.56
per gram (ug/g);
Note: There are no NC sediment standards.
Source:
314
ESE, 1990.
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the
direction
into
of
Courthouse
detected.
flow
Bay.
At
least
sediment,
water,
activities
from
3.18.4
know
to
of
metals
levels
it
effect
the
analytes
in
in
at
the
most
were
both
the
aquifer
rounds
of
groundwater
While
not
the
directly
contaminants
in
the
sampling.
surface
The
are
attributable
to
the
groundwater
past
site.
it
may be due
is
prevalent
identified
and VOCs detected
1987.
discharges
is
possible
that
to natural
likely.
mobility
in
It
of
the
is
this
processes
more
likely
detected
decrease
reduction
such
as
that
varying
in
analytes.
RECOMMENDATIONS
current
monitoring
disposal.
to
distance
at
this
The
to
the
well
low
monitoring
closely-spaced
grid
of
accurately
measure
purposes.
The presence
may severely
restrict
the
of
soil
sampling
volume
of
the
of
concrete
characterization.
3-178
conduct
the
area
of
may be attributable
known
installation
pits.
should
soil
of
to
exist
and groundwater
disposal
contaminated
to
margins
liquids
include
stations
buildings,
ability
soil
should
suspected
the
of waste
significant
or
at
contamination
The volume
efforts
known
located
detected
that
Future
within
is
areas.
suggest
exist.
wells
network
levels
source
AOC strongly
contamination
..
1984
and dilution,
groundwater
The
metals
concentrations
migration
these
conducted
of
The shallow
and O&G were
contaminants
The concentrations
the
area.
Metals
one of
of
dramatically
this
and groundwater
concentrations
disposal
in
of
In
addition,
be established
for
paving,
a detailed
Risk
and
a
to
Assessment
parked
environmental
vehicles
and FS
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3.19
STTE 74 - HESS HALL GREASE DISPOSAL
3.19.1
SITE
The Mess
BACKGROUND
Hall
Grease
approximately
l/2
Camp Lejeune.
south
of
at
access
road
135 feet
mile
grease
is
Area,
east
was
through
the
estimates
5,
been
at
food
into
attempt
to
washed
out
area.
a pit.
Use
of
regarding
the
pesticide
soaked
the
the
the
pit
of
when
hall
there
was
volatile
Hurricane
discontinued
at
disposed
Pest
grease
least
one
substance.
this
at
1960.
at
Hazel
of
the
until
of mess
a more
dirt
measures
of
1950's
that
the
Available
early
indicate
grease
size
74 is
of
pit
of
50 yards
Site
north
100 feet.
placement
1954
654.
total
area
portion
20 to
area
the
using
was
quantity
by
from
grease
Well
The
a wooded
northeast
The grease
deep.
the
in
approximately
size.
100 feet
in
the
disposal
active
pit
in
The
Records
burn
located
Supply
in
include
is
of
acres
was
site
of
east
at
site
the
located
12 feet
estimated
the
Boulevard
N13/014.
and
wide,
74-l)
is
and 75 yards
30 feet
and some waste
unsuccessful
Area
three
activities
(Figure
Holcomb
Control
pit
indicates
material
of
approximately
has
information
Disposal
Area
PWDM coordinates
long,
Control
Disposal
The Pest
the
located
Am
passed
time.
the
The
No
site
have
been
made.
Drums
and
information
regarding
involved
or
with
origin.
and/or
at
containing
oil
Site
underlain
this
74 is
was
presented
site.
drawn.
The depth
the
speculated
The
drums
that
of
buried
at
primarily
in
Figure
74-3
surface
of
to groundwater
the
the
the
the
not
of
may have
Detailed
the
Personnel
drum's
contained
estimates
from
pesticides,
contents
pesticides
indicate
released
that
pit.
available.
informed
Best
of
is
grease
the
that
deposition
of
contained
in
drums,
gallons
of
PCB
1,100
site.
and silty
illustrates
area
shallow
was
drums
estimated
74-2,
shows
the
is
by sand
Figure
not
were
gallons
near
drums
PCB's.
It
site.
the
were
pesticides
2,200
the
dumped
of
containing
Approximately
deposited
.
section,
of
oil
were
contents
500 gallons
bags.
were
is
transformer
approximately
the
the
disposal
It
bags
measured
through
groundwater
sand.
the
The
shallow
which
the
lies
within
to be between
2.01
geologic
geology
cross
underlying
section
the
to
cross
silty
12.12
was
sand.
feet
below
-
__
.~
.~
LEGEND
A WATER SUPPLY WELL
H-z FORMER NURSERY CARE CENTER,
0 EXISTING MONITOR WELL
_-~
__
BUILDING
712’
-
.-
-
-_
I...,
.._-__.
-.--
ROAO
AREA
,,+‘
\1)4QWl
l I 74QW2
i
MIDWAY
-igure 74-l
SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
SITE 74;REASE PIT AND PEST CONTROL
IOURCES:
WATER
AND
AIR RESEARCH,
INC.,
1993;
AREA
ESE, 1996.
PARK
HOUSING
AREA
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
is.uhc
.
DOC.bCL
i.)rc
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0
-.,
0’
74GWl
74GW3
74G W2
I
I
--w
SAND
SILTY SAND
f
LEGEND
WELL
0
I
1,250 FEET
I
I
HORIZONTAL
‘igure 74-2
;EOLOGIC
CROSS SECTION,
SITE 74ZREASE PIT AND PEST CONTROL
AREA
SCALE
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
3-181
-
--
A
Yz
0
LEGEND
WATER SUPPLY WELL
FORMER NURSERY CARE CENTER,
EXISTING MONITOR WELL
BUILDING
712
_’p‘--k
/
IREASE
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
PIT AND PEST CONTROL
AREA
MIDWAY
SITE 74-
---
PARK
---
HOUSING
.
AREA
MARINE CORPS BASE
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the
ground
shallow
surface.
The groundwater
groundwater
to be flowing
contour
east
map (Figure
74-4)
at an approximate
shows the
gradient
of 0.014
ft/ft.
3.19.2
SITE
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Three
shallow
monitoring
investigations
conducted
installed
is
in
located
area,
Well
654.
This
well
During
conducted
the
analytes
in
1984 Supply
in
from
both
the
that
were
detected
in
samples
during
area.
1986/87.
654 was designated
1986
and March
two separate
in July
1984.
1987.
Table
1984 and 1986/87
were analyzed
o
Organochlorine
pesticides
(OCP)
o
Organochlorine
herbicides
(OCH)
o
Polychlorinated
o
Tetrachlorodioxin
o
Volatile
Appendix
organic
A presents
Biphenyls
(1986187
analysis
1987
above
the
efforts.
The second
74-l
presents
sampling
events.
detection
limits
The
effort
was
the
Only
are
those
reported
a detailed
for
the
following
target
compounds:
(PCB)
only)
(1986/87
listing
abbreviations.
3-183
the
Well
disposal
investigation
Well
of
and Supply
the
74GWl
well.
were sampled
1986 and March
Well
southeast
of
December
monitoring
1986.
area
round
of the
74GWl and 74GW2 were
located
disposal
second
as part
in
and upgradient
of the
was conducted
wells
74GW2 is
the
conducted
wells
the
installed
table.
The groundwater
.
efforts
74GW3 as a shallow
data
Well
northwest
as part
effort
Two of
and between
located
were
74GW3 was installed
area.
conducted
monitoring
74-l)
AOC.
well
downgradient
in December
analytical
this
disposal
investigation
sampling
target
the
The sampling
three
(Figure
The third
74GW3 is
redesignate
first
at
was installed
the
74GW3.
The
1984.
within
disposal
wells
only)
of all
target
analytes
and their
in
--
LEGEND
A WATER SUPPLY WELL
H z FORMER NURSERY CARE CENTER, BUILDING
.
MONITOR WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 2’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE TO THIS SITE ONLY
712 ’
p‘\
---
MIDWAY
PARK
-J’
Cc--.
HOUSING
AREA
o
SCALE
IN FEET
2500
SOURCES:
3gure 74-4
‘IROUND
WATER CONTOUR
MAPiHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITE 74:REASE PIT AND PEST CONTROL
AREA
Waler
ESE,
MARINE
CAMP
snd
1987.
Ah Resesrch.
Inc..
CORPS BASE
LEJEUNE
. 1983.
TABLE 74- 1.
DATE
SITE 74 - MESS HALL GREASE DISPOSAL
DETECTEDTARGETANALYTES
GROUND WATER SAMPLES
NC GW
STANDARDS
74GWl
714184
74GWl
1214186
AREA
74GW2
714184
74GW2
1214186
74Gw3
1214186
74Gw3
314187
74GW3(654)
714184
PARAMETER
NA: not analyzed.
Values reported are concentrations
Source: ESE, 1990.
in micrograms
per liter (ug/L);
this approximates parts per billion (ppb).
Z
0.
..
b
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06/03/90
Trace
Levels
of DDE and DDT were detected
approximately
200 feet
groundwater
Control
data
well.
indicate
In
Area.
in
Levels
excess
was not
of
aldrin
the
of
conditions
low6
the
a general
experienced
detected
in
this
is
Levels
the
cross
of
The most
of
were
in
7.4
Well
1987 data
set
collected
reduction
in
contaminant
x lo'*
1986 was a laboratory
Pest
in
ug/L)
1986.
well.
Levels
is
Trace
This
Methylene
the
this
(0.029
ug/L.
74GW3 in
from
Camp Lejeune
the
Level
investigation.
recent
detected
detected
of
74GW2 Located
gradient
aldrin
Level
1986187
in Well
Area.
and the
risk
throughout
December
well
were detected
of
1984
Control
is high,
health
as part
in
Pest
trace
chloride
twice
detected
result
that
only
of methylene
was sampled
the
of
of the
1986,
The toxicity
well
west
in
well
chloride
This
may be
due to natural
, or may suggest
that
the
Level
artifact.
SOILS
Two soil
were
were hand
augered
from
each boring
during
taken
these
all
borings
samples
of
Pest
are
the
following
Control
Area:
3.19.3
Pest
an August
in Table
components
the
74-2.
Control
sampling
Area
and three
effort.
Results
indicate
that
The analysis
were detected
in
each
sample
samples
of
one or
taken
from
the
DDD, DDE, and DDT.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
The Laboratory
data
contaminated
shallow
with
indicate
wells
are
has not
been
3.19.4
RECOMMENDATIONS
monitoring
be installed.
is
in
the
have
also
cross
downgradient
from
Pest
Control
been
from
area,
Contamination
be assessed.
identified
gradient
this
Area are
in
this
area.
therefore
within
the
No
the
grease
pit
identified.
pit
contamination.
problematic
soils
74GW2 which
currently
cannot
the
Pesticides
in Well
of migration
The grease
that
pesticides.
groundwater
monitoring
extent
listed
in
at
this
AOC does not
However,
Levels
wells
of
Pest
pesticide
to detect
In
the
addition,
appear
Control
to contain
Area
contamination.
the
extent
a soil
of
sampling
3-186
the
levels
of
has been
shown to contain
Additional
groundwater
pesticide
grid
measurable
should
contamination
be established
should
to
--
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__.
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*-_-.-
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-
TABLE 74-2.
DATE
SITE 74 - MESS HALL GREASE DISPOSAL
DETECTED TARGET ANALYTES
SOIL BORING SAMPLES
74SlA
a/3/04
74SlB
8/3/84
74SlC
a/3/84
0.0084
0.044
0.260
<0.0006
0.006
0.0086
0.0006
0.0072
0.011
AREA
74S2A
813184
74S2B
8/3/84
74S2C
813184
PARAMETER
DDD,PP’
DDE,PP’
DDT,PP’
W
I
&J
ti
Values reported are concentrations in micrograms per gram (uglg);
approximates parts per million (ppm).
Note: There are no NC soil standards.
Source: ESE, 1990.
0.0029
0.0051
<0.0012
this
0.0006
0.001
<0.0012
0.0006
0.0004
<0.0013
..
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determine
determined
the
volume
by a Risk
of contaminated
soil
Assessment.
3-188
which
may require
remediation,
as
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14-l
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3.20
SITE
3.20.1
75 - MCAS BASKETBALL
SITE
BACKGROUND
The MCAS Basketball
23,
08-8/P8-9,
a drum
pit
area
cut
the
north
that
gas
the
in
this
the
solution.
release
of
the
suspected
concern
two
them
This
AOC is
underlain
clay
(Figure
75-2).
line
from
to
5.87
feet
the
five
monitoring
flows
(Figure
0.009
ftfft
3.20.2
SITE
Prior
to
east
the
land
75-3).
east
at
Well
of
75 to
drums
of
several
of
the
of
silty
this
shallow
paralleling
Curtis
such
in
was
supply
wells
is
measurements
is
on a
between
2.37
from
groundwater
towards
shallow
detail.
monitoring
Site
76
approximately
Road.
(EM)
conducted
conductivity
on a grid
in
aerial
No signals
system
photography
representative
identified.
3-189
wells,
a geophysical
and metal
throughout
this
as containing
of buried
survey
detection
AOC.
drums
metallic
and
drawn
taken
that
groundwater
the
sand,
lies
AOC indicate
in
site.
site
groundwater
the
of
silty-clayey
this
as:
resulted
disposal
east
drums
been
This
sand,
then
to
may have
have
water
for
deep
chemicals,
alleged
section
shaped
a chloroacetophenone
groundwater.
75GW3 and
the
an oval
100 55-gallon
could
Groundwater
installed
gradient
the
early
sufficiently
organic
Shallow
surface.
from
of
identified
in
cross
(Figure
electromagnetic
was
specifically
geologic
wells
the
layers
the
reportedly
INVESTIGATION
of
techniques,
surveyed
The
installation
consisting
500 feet
in
contained
the
proximity
AOC was
and chloropicrin,
of
into
by dipping
The
to
the
within
northward
75-4).
benzene,
PWDM coordinates
was
and was
Additional
materials
being
below
radially
training.
to
wide
reportedly
Degradation
due
area,
and
for
This
photograph,
An estimated
drums
at
one occasion
an aerial
table.
located
Road.
least
70 feet
tetrachloride,
in
west
by
is
of Curtis
in
long
75-l)
on at
seen
The
used
present
of
side
used
as
pit.
carbon
particular
(Figure
groundwater
solution
chloroform,
were
was
90 feet
into
were placed
tear
Site
The excavation
approximately
have
Court
along
burial
1950-s.
COURT SIT&
Areas
were
objects
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.
SEAEOARD
COASTLINE
RAILROAD
-PRIVATE
OWNERSHIP
- 125 FT.
RIGHT
OF WAY
SCALE
USMC
GARDENING
0
LEGEND
MONITOR
IN FEET
AIR STATION
EOUNOARY
PLOT
WELL
SOURCES:
Figure 75.1
SAMPLING
LOCATIONS,
SITES 75
AND 76-MCAS
BASKETBALL
COURT
CURTIS ROAD SITES
Water
md
ESE. 1087.
MARINE
AND
CAMP
3-190
Air Research.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc., 1993.
BASE
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75GW3
75GW2
SILTY SAND
SILTY-CLAYEY
SAND
\
\
\
LEGEND
WELL
1,000 FEET
0
I
I
HORIZONTAL
CROSS SECTION,
SITES 75 AND
BASKETBALL
COURT AND CURTIS
3-191
I
SCALE
MARINE
CAMP
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
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0L
SEABOARD
COASTLINE
RAILROAD
- PRIVATE
OWNERSHIP
- 12!5 FT.
RIGHT
OF WAY
\
USMC
SCALE
IN FEET
AIR STATION
BOUNDARY
WATER
TREATMENT
PLANT
FILTER
BACKWASH
HOLDING
POND
0
LEGEND
EXISTING
MONITOR
WELL
SOURCES:
Fi we 75-3
G 8 OLOGIC
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
75 AND 76-MCAS
BASKETBALL
COURT
CURTIS ROAD SITES
SITES
AND
3-192
Water and
ESE. 1981.
MARINE
CAMP
Air Research.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
Inc.. 1983.
BASE
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LEJEUNE
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1000
SEABOARD
COASTLINE
RAI LROAO
- PRIVATE
OWNERSHIP
- 125 FT.
RIGHT
OF WAY
SCALE
USMC
IN FEET
AIR STATION
BOUNDARY
FILTER
BACKWASH
HOLOING
POND
Site
Possible
LEGEND
MONITOR WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
No. 76
Loations
G
1
nmY
l
SOURCES:
TO THIS SITE ONLY
Fi we 75.4
G#O”ND
WATER CONTOUR
MAP-SHALLOW
AQUIFER,
SITES 75 AND 76-MCAS
BASKETBALL COURT AND CURTIS ROAD SITES
3-193
Water and
ESE. 1987.
Air Resmrch.
Inc..
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
1993.
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.02-09/O
l/90
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.16
06/03/90
GROUNDWATER
Three
shallow
groundwater
of sampling
in
three
Supply
Water
sampled
in July
All
well
six
in
A second
round
resampling
the
(75GW1,
(75GW4,
75GW5,
The locations
for
installed
75GW2,
these
for
the
and 75GW3) in
and 75GW6)
of
were analyzed
were
in
wells
the
are
VOCs only.
site
first
round
addition
to
vicinity
were
shown in Figure
No target
75-2.
compounds
were
samples.
three
for
performed
shallow
in
groundwater
VOCs, chloropicrin,
were detected
November
1986,
monitoring
consisted
wells.
These
and tetrachlorodioxin.
in
these
of
samples
None of the
samples.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Since
none
unlikely
of
that
subjected
also
wells
wells
of sampling,
analytes
3.20.3
Wells
1984.
these
analyzed
target
These
samples
detected
were
1984.
monitoring
the
target
the
groundwater
factors
were
in
to a geophysical
These
objects.
analytes
this
detected
area
survey
that
area
has been
the
has been
which
suggest
in
affected.
failed
a threat
samples,
is
The area'
to detect
to local
it
was
any buried
groundwater
does
not
exist.
I
3.20.4
RECOMMENDATIONS
No contamination
performed
In
in
addition,
concern
no further
at
in
this
the
site
the
water
this
area
did
supply
not
reveal
wells,
AOC, showed no sign
investigation
documented
be performed.
3-194
the
which
of
are
and a geophysical
presence
the
contamination.
of any buried
primary
It
survey
objects.
environmental
is
recommended
that
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3.21 SITE 76 - MCAS CURTIS ROAD SITE
3.21.1
SITE BACKGROUND
The MCAS Curtis
LlO/MlO/NlO,
Road Site
along
location
of
the
identified
the
site
based
is
north
estimated
area
of
SS-gallon
drums
contained
a chloroacetophenone
are
the
carbon
The geohydrology
Court
Site
3.21.2
to
(Figure
area
locations
acre
It
Site
have
This
believed
been
alleged
in
1949.
(Site
75).
benzene,
the
to that
dumpsite
The
25 to 75
that
similar
23,
The precise
and approximately
is
gas agent
Court
75-l).
on two occasions
l/4
tetrachloride,
drums
allegedly
Potential
contaminants
and chloropicrin.
was described
with
Site
75 - MCAS Basketball
INVESTIGATION
of
the
shallow
(EM)
was conducted
specifically
identified
in
is
involved.
of electromagnetic
techniques,
were
unit
PWDM coordinates
photography.
area
tear
this
Road
of
3.19.1).
installation
consisting
surveyed
for
(Section
SITE
Prior
disposal
MCAS Basketball
vicinity
of Curtis
disposal
were allegedly
chloroform,
the
and aerial
as a drum
the
in
and two possible
on interviews
used
in
side
is unknown,
was reportedly
buried
located
in
wells,
conductivity
on a grid
aerial
No signals
detail.
monitoring
system
a geophysical
and metal
throughout
photography
detection
this
AOC.
as containing
representative
survey
Areas
drums
of buried
were
metallic
objects
identified.
GROUNDWATER
Two monitoring
both
were
disposal
wells
located
at
area.
These
were
the
installed
center
shallow
76GWl and 76GW2.
The two wells
were analyzed
VOCs.
for
for
of
the
the
potential
groundwater
None of
round
target
of
locations
monitoring
were sampled
the
first
in July
analytes
sampling
in
identified
1984,
for
wells
were
1984,
and the
the
designated
samples
were
detected
in
1986.
Both
wells
these
samples.
A second
sampled
round
of sampling
and analyzed
for
was performed
VOCs,
in November
tetrachlorodioxin,
3-195
and chloropicrin.
were
Again,
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06/03/90
none
of
3.21.3
the
analytes
were
detected
in
the
samples.
SUMMARY ANU CONCLUSIONS
No target
This
target
analytes
indicates
that
contaminants
around
the
were
to
site
strongly
suggests
possible
that
the
the
area
area,
the
detected
in
alleged
the
first
disposal
surveyed.
is
or
not
second
currently
A geophysical
and no buried
that
there
are
pits
were
staging
objects
no buried
areas
survey
were
drums
and
the
of
No further
drums
RECOMMENDATIONS
investigations
at
this
AOC is
3-196
waste
recommended.
of
sampling.
contributing
was
detected.
moved.
3.21.4
rounds
performed
This
in
were
the
in
and
information
area.
subsequently
It
is
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3.22
SITE
A - MCAS (H)
3.22.1
SITE BACKGROUND
The MCAS (H) Officers'
Housing
New River
sampling
along
(Figure
A-l).
conducted
in
the
New River
materials
were
waste
materials
powder
which
information
1986.
the
site
believed
was available
located
on the
was identified
during
Waste
was identified
eroding
of an officers'
identified
noted,
is
area
vicinity
tentatively
were
Area
This
in
were
HOUSING AREA
OFFICERS-
the
wastes.
including
hypodermic
needles
to contain
a chlorine
based
the volume
of
bank
of
second
out
housing
as hospital
regarding
west
round
of
a cut
area.
The
Various
and vials
waste
of
bank
hospital
of white
substance.
the
the
No
or the
mode of
disposal.
The site
sand,
is underlain
sand,
by clay
and returning
geologic
cross
section
AOC lies
within
the
11.10
feet
below
New River
4.22.2
at
to silty
of
upper
land
the
surface,
sand.
area.
silty
followed
Figures
Shallow
ground
approximately
0.019
wells
(Figure
A-l)
twice,
once
a
from
east
(Figure
silty
surface
ranging
flows
ft/ft
of
illustrate
water
at depths
groundwater
of
by layers
A-2 and A-3
The shallow
sand and sand
surface.
a gradient
SITE
at the
at
this
7.68
to
towards
the
A-4).
INVESTIGATION
GROUNDWATER
Two shallow
monitoring
and AGW2.
/
1987.
Very
I
i
They
Both
sets
of
samples
low concentrations
samples,
but
analytes
were
not
in December
were analyzed
for
of O&G were detected
in
the
detected
December
in
1986
installed
free
in
samples.
the
groundwater
(Figure
A-l)
in
1986
March
None
of
from
the
area,
and once
chlorine,
the
this
in
AGWl
March
O&G, and VOCs.
1987
the
groundwater
other
target
samples.
SURFACE WATER
One surface
December
the
i
i
sampled
were
were
target
water
1986.
sample
It
analytes
was analyzed
were detected
for
was taken
free
in
3-197
this
chlorine,
sample.
New River
O&G, and VOCs.
in
None of
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LEGEND
MONITOR
WELL
SOURCES:
MCAS
LOCATIONS,
SITE A(H) OFFICERS’
HOUSING
AREA
Waler
ESE.
MARINE
CAMP
3-198
and
1987.
Air Rosaarch.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
Inc..
1983.
DOC.No.:CLEJ-002
LEJEUNE
14-l
.02-09/O
1 /SO
1/90c
T
110
Q
Q’
‘I
SILTY SAND
70
LEGEND
i
4
WELL
Figure A-2
GEOLOGIC CROSS SECTION, SITE AMCAS (H) OFFICERS’
HOUSING
AREA
0
L
1
HORIZONTAL
500 FEET
I
SCALE
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
DOC.No.:CLEJ-00214-1.02-09/01/90
LEJEUNE
Iti
0
LEGEND
MONITOR
SCALE
WAS
WELL
SOURCES:
IN FEET
CROSS SECTION
LOCATION,
(H) OFFICERS’
HOUSING
AREA
SITE
A-
Water
ESE.
MARINE
CAMP
and
1991.
Air Research.
CORPS
LEJEUNE
BASE
Inc.. 1993.
OOC.No.:CLEJ-002
LEJEUNE
l4- 1.02-09/o
l/90
1GC-z
0 MONITOR WELL
CONTOUR INTERVAL 1’
ALL ELEVATIONS
RELATIVE
SCALE
(H) OFFICERS’
URCES:
IN FEET
CONTOUR
MCAS
TO THIS SITE ONLY
HOUSING
Water
ESE
ld
1987.
Air
Rssssrch,
Ine,
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE
MAP-
AREA
3-201
1983
.
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14- 1.02-09/O
l/90
2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.20
06/03/90
SEDIMENT
One sediment
the
sample
surface
water
concentration
was taken
sample.
(167
ug/g)
vicinity
of Camp Lejeune,
observed
in
3.22.3
this
SUMARY
The only
target
and sediment
are
not
3.22.4
related
is
same time
was analyzed
typical
and is
of
not
and at
for
the
the
same location
O&G content
New River
attributable
only.
sediments
to the
as
The O&G
in the
hospital
type
wastes
AND CONCLUSIONS
the
detected
New River.
to the
material
at
this
These
AOC was O&G in
materials
observed
at
are
this
the
surface
ubiquitous
water
on base
and
AOC.
RECOMMENDATIONS
No further
was noted
site
It
the
area.
analytes
of
at
are
action
in
not
the
is
recommended
area
and the
"hazardous
for
waste
wastes".
3-202
this
materials
area.
No significant
that
were
identified
contamination
in
this
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2-ENG.Sl/CLFDSS.l
06/Q4/90
Atlantic
Division,
Recommendations
North Carolina.
Bureau of Yards and Docks.
for Erosion
Control--Marine
16~~.
1965.
Soil
Survey Report
and
Corps Base, Camp Lejeune,
Environmental
Science
and Engineering,
Inc.
1985.
First
Round of Verification
Sample Collection
Confirmation
Study to Determine
Existence
and
Specific
Chemicals
In Situ.
Marine
Corps Base
Carolina.
Evaluation
of Data From
and Analysis,
Possible
Migration
of
Camp Lejeune,
North
Environmental
Science and Engineering,
Inc.
1987.
Second Round of Verification
Sample Collection
Confirmation
Study to Determine
Existence
and
Specific
Chemicals
In Situ.
Marine
Corps Base
Carolina.
Evaluation
of Data From
and Analysis.
Possible
Migration
of
Camp Lejeune,
North
Enviromental
Science
and Engineering,
1988.
Feasibility
Point
Industrial
Area, Camp Lejeune,
North Carolina,
for Marine
Corps Base, Camp Lejeune,
North Carolina.
Harned,
D.A. et al, 1989.
Assessment
of Hydrologic
Camp Lejeune
Marine Corps Base, North Carolina,
Investigations
Report
89-4096,
64~.
Natural
Resources
Management
Plan--Camp
Lejeune,
Base and Onslow Soil and Water
Conservation
Navel
Facilities
Engineering
Command
Complex Master Plan,
Jacksonville,
North
Carolina
Department
of Natural
1980.
Groundwater
Evaluation
Carolina.
O'Brien
and Gere.
Camp Lejeune,
1988.
Contaminated
N.C. Hadnot Point
Shiver,
R.S.
Natural
Carolina.
Todd,
David
Press,
Water
and Air Research.
Camp Lejeune,
North
and Hydrogeologic
Data
USGS Water Resource
N.C.
1975.
District.
(NAVFACENGCOM).
North Carolina.
in
Study for Hadnot
Report
prepared
1975.
Marine
at
Corps
Camp Lejeune
Resources
and Community
Development.
the Central
Coastal
Plain
of North
Ground
Area.
Water
Study
Marine
1982.
Personal
Communication.
North Carolina
Wilmington,
Resources
and Community
Development.
K.
1983.
Groundwater
Resources
Berkley,
CA. pp. 29-33.
of
Initial
Assessment
1983.
Carolina
UIC-M67001.
the
United
Study
Corp
Base
Department
North
of
States.
of Marine
Premier
Corps
Base
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APPENDIX
TARGET
ANALYTES
A
AND ABBREVIATIONS
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1TARGET
Cd
Cr
Pb
Sb
O&G
voc
T. Phenols
OCP
OCH
DDT-R
EDB
TCDD
PCB
Ordnance
PCP
Hg
Cr+6
Xylene
MEK
MIBK
Concentrations
ANALYTES
AND ABBREIflATIONS
]
cadmium
chromium
lead
antimony
oil and grease
volatile organic compounds
total phenols
organochlorine
pesticides
organochlorine
herbicides
o,p- and p,p”-isomers
of DDD, DDE, and DDT
ethylene dibromide
tetrachlorodioxin
polychlorinated
biphenyls
TNT, DNT, RDX, and white phosphorus
(WP)
pentachlorophenol
mercury
hexavalent chromium
o, m, and p- isomers
methylethyl ketone
methyl isobutyl ketone
of all constituents
are in parts per billion.
--
:-
NC
NC
’
GROUNDWATER
STANDARDS
SURFACE WATER
STANDARDS
FEDERAL
MCL
FEDERAL
MCLG
j-iizzq
Arsenic
Cadmium
Chromium
Copper
Lead
Nickel
Selenium
”
‘.
50
5
50
1000
50
.‘.
5o
2
50. :
15
25
,:.
::;” : 5. ,;,:y
..
.,‘I
: ::‘I
10
50 ,.‘:,.’
5
106
50
‘,.
:
\3
PP
Zinc
Arsenic
:
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
Mercury
Nickel
Zinc
”
‘..
,. .......
....,,:
... .,....
. ...:......_.
...:.:.,.:.:::.
......
j’ ,,,,, .,, ‘., ‘““50 ,::;i j., .:-..;:.:.:..;.Y50.‘:‘:,,‘,::‘:‘:”
:::,;
:.....+:..
... .,,,.~:/
. :.:.::
..:.:.,+.:y
.)::..
.... :. ....:
.’
5
10
5
.50 .. . ,, .. :.’ .. .. .. 50
2 .,’ :A” ‘y;:.,;“:;;
,;:,,’ cJ)-:;;,:j’.;--’ ...>>.,.I,’j ()(j::‘::
..: ‘...
:.. .:
50
25
50
,.: ” :., ‘.
,, ;,
1.1
‘,
,..
0.2,
2 :.[,’
150
50
59
”
,,
: ,:“I.:
i .‘.’ ::‘,:,
5000
‘,’ 50’ ‘.
VOLATILE
ORGANIC
WC)
NC
GROUNDWATER
STANDARDS
COMPOUNDS
NC
SURFACE WATER
STANDARDS
“.
,I; ,,::
j-$,:{:-,;,::I,,.
::.
;’ I .,-,..:-;:
:.::‘::.‘.J: : 1,:
‘1,:
:. :::?..k
:..:,.,.:
,.,.,.::...
CarbqfTetra~hlo&je
Chlorobenzene
Chloroe&n&
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