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Public Notification For Over Excavation of Petroleum Impacted Soil

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Division of
Environmental Response and Remediation (DERR) plans to excavate
petroleum-contaminated soil at the Former Circle C Store facility. On
behalf of the DERR, Kleinfelder West, Inc. (Kleinfelder) will provide
on-site management and oversight of the selected contractor during all
construction activities. 

	The project will involve the excavation of petroleum-impacted soil
from an area approximating 2,900 square feet southeast of the former
Circle C Store building. Clean over-burden soil, about 820 cubic
yards, will be disposed at the Carbon County Landfill, while about
1,340 cubic yards of petroleum-impacted soil will be disposed at the
ECDC facility in East Carbon, Utah. The excavation is expected to be
approximately 20-feet deep. Chain-link fencing will be installed
around the perimeter of the work zone to control visitors and ensure
site safety. During excavation activities, any removed
petroleum-impacted groundwater will be pumped into holding tanks and,
if necessary, treated onsite to remove dissolved-phase hydrocarbons.
The treated groundwater will be discharged to the storm water system
upon meeting the acceptance criteria of an UPDES permit.

	The excavated area will be backfilled with clean imported fill
material and the area restored with asphalt pavement. Access to the
subject building during the field event, will be through its main
entrance, with parking available along the buildings frontage and
northern parking lot. 

	The excavation, backfilling, and resurfacing operations are
anticipated to be completed within 20 business days. It is anticipated
that the work will begin August 2, 2010.  

	A copy of the project specifications can be viewed at the UDEQ office
located 195 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday through
Thursday, 7 AM to 5 PM, and at the Carbon County Courthouse, 120 East
Main Street, Price, Utah, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM. If you
have any questions, please contact Mr. Mark Crim, UDEQ Project
Manager, at 801-536-4100, or Mr. Ryan Merkley, Kleinfelder Senior
Project Manager, at 801-261-3336. Written comments can be submitted to
the UDEQ via facsimile (801-359-8853) or in writing to: 

195 North 1950 West 
Salt Lake City, UT 84116-3097

The public comment period will remain open through 5:00 PM on July 27,
Published in the Sun Advocate July 20, 2010.

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