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Public Notice Leaking Underground Storage Tank Petroleum Cleanup Project Former Circle C 1271 North Carbonville Road Price, Utah

    
 The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ), Division of
Environmental Response and Remediation (DERR), is planning to
remediate petroleum-contaminated soil and groundwater attributed to
the Former Circle C Store facility.  The environmental consultant for
the project is Kleinfelder West, Inc.

Site Description

 The former Circle C facility is located at 1271 North Carbonville
Road, Price, Utah and is assigned Facility I.D. #5000322 and Release
Site KXV by the DERR. The site is located in an area of rural and
residential properties and consists of the former convenience-store
building and asphalt parking area. The site is bounded by Carbonville
Road to the north/northeast and the Central Park Community to the
west, south and east. Figure 1 presents a plan of the site and
surrounding properties. 

Cleanup Measures

 The proposed cleanup measure includes the injection of chemical
oxidants into the subsurface beneath the Central Park Community
located south of the Former Circle C facility.  The remedial action
will consist of the following:

 1. An oxidant delivery system which includes a mixing tank, to blend
the powdery-oxidant with water to form a watery-slurry, a pump, and
direct-push drill rig to inject the slurry into the subsurface. Two
areas of work are planned.
 
 2. In Work Area #1 (shown in Figure 1), 11,530 pounds of Klozur®
CR, a chemical oxidant, will be mixed with water and be injected into
approximately 44 locations. At each injection location, the targeted
treatment zone is 14-15 feet below ground surface.

 3. In Work Area #2 (shown in Figure 1), 3,000 pounds of PermeOx®
Plus, a chemical oxidant, will be mixed with water and be injected
into approximately 8 locations. At each injection location, the
targeted treatment zone is 14-15 feet below ground surface.

 4. After the oxidant mixture has been injected, each injection
location will be backfilled with bentonite chips and sand. Locations
on asphalt will be finished with cold-patch asphalt.

Schedule

 The treatment event is planned to begin approximately September 22,
2010, and is expected to take approximately eight-days to complete.

 For More Information:  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.
Published in the Sun Advocate September 20, 2011.
    
    

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