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The RI Report was approved b.
compliance with federal and state regulations;Remediation of the ground water by extraction, treatment and recharge of treated ground water that will meet federal and state drinking water standards except in those cases where upgradient concentrations of contamination are above such standards;Implementation of a long term monitoring program to track the migration and concentrations of the contaminants of concern; andImplementation of a system monitoring program that includes the collection and analysis of the influent and effluent from the treatment systems and periodic collection of well head samples. Contamination upgradient of the site is suspected to be contributing to the ground water contamination at the site. The Roosevelt Field Site, which is an upgradient source, is listed as a Class II site on the New York State Registry of hazardous waste sites. The Purex/Mitchell Field Transit Facility site ("Purex") is the second major ground water contamination site in the area and is approximately 800 feet east of the site. An investigation in 1984 showed that contaminants in the upper Magothy aquifer associated with the Purex Site include: PCE; TCE; 1,1 dichloroethene; and methylene chloride. The ground water contamination from this site is currently being remediated by the Purex company pursuant to a Air Max 90 2014 New York State Consent Order. EPA and NYSDEC will ensure that any sources contributing to contamination at the site are addressed. In addition, during the remedial design process, EPA and NYSDEC will also ensure that the effectiveness of the Pasley remediation is not influenced by the Nike Huarache Floral
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ground tanks that were located on site. Pasley declined to participate in the settlement. The tank farm removal was completed in November of 1988.
A public comment period on Pasley site related documents and the proposed remedy was held from Feb. 14, 1992, through March 14, 1992. Prior to this, Commander Oil used the site for gasoline storage and fuel oil distribution. The Nassau County Health Department (NCDH) investigated the site in 1980 and found the on site soil and ground water to be contaminated with organic solvents and petroleum products. Pasley conducted some limited investigation in 1981 at the request of the NYSDEC and the NCDH. In 1982, the company went bankrupt and indicated that it could not take responsibility for any cleanup actions. The site was placed on the National Priorities List (NPL) of hazardous waste sites in June 1986.
NYSDEC was the lead agency for the cleanup of the site until January 1987, when EPA, with NYSDEC's concurrence, assumed responsibility for the cleanup. On Aug. 19, 1988, EPA issued an Superfund Administrative Order (AO) to Commander. The AO required Commander to perform a remedial investigation (RI) to determine the nature and extent of contamination at the site and a feasibility study (FS) to identify cleanup options. The Order also required Commander to remove the 12 above Air Max Bw Ultra
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