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    Fairway Park Shopping Center / Dry Cleaner 31049-31091 Mission Boulevard Hayward CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Eligible for Closure Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The Regional Water Board began its oversight in September 2008. PCE concentrations in groundwater were found during environmental due diligence studies performed in 2006, 2007 and 2008. The PCE is believed to be from past dry cleaner releases of one or more former dry cleaners. Fairway Cleaners operated from 1959-1967 at #31061 located within the current building occupied by Fresh and Easy. Fairway Cleaners operated from 1967-1991 at #31078 located in the middle of the shopping center's northwest building at the rear entrance. Reportedly, two other dry cleaners State Dry Cleaners from 1967-1976 and Diamond Cleaners from 1980-1985, both operated at #31061 located in the northern portion of the main supermarket building currently occupied by Fresh and Easy at #31049 and the Dollar Tree retailer at #31047 Mission Boulevard. Between 2008 and 2015 AllWest Environmental consultants conducted phased investigations to determine the source pf PCE and the extent of the release(s). These investigations included collecting soil, groundwater, sub-slab vapor and in-door air samples within the space #31078 immediately adjacent to the dry cleaning equipment operated by Fairway Cleaners. To assess indoor air quality of adjacent businesses operating near the former Fairway Dry Cleaners, AllWest collected indoor air samples at Mountain Mikes, Taqueria Los Gallos, New Uppercuts, Ann's Beauty, and Fresh & Easy. The lateral and vertical extent of PCE was assessed with groundwater monitoring wells MW-9, MW-10 in the front parking lot and wells FMW-1, -2, and -3 in the rear parking lot. Groundwater flow direction has been calculated as west-northwest to north-northwest at a flat gradient (0.002 ft/ft). AllWest evaluated site data and cloncluded that the site is eligible for case closure since it meets the low-threat criteria in the guidance document Assessment Tool for Closure of Low-Threat Solvent Sites, Draft Final July 31, 2009. AllWest determined that the case meets the low-threat criteria. The Regional Water Board concurs that the PCE release has been appropriately investigated and there is no threat to human health and safety, based on the information currently available to staff. In September 2015, Staff approved a Low Threat Case Closure Report and required a Well Destruction Report. Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Due dillgence investigation Close business and cease operations JC Cleaners 39253 Cedar Boulevard Newark CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil Vapor Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase II environmental investigation SAN LEANDRO WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER 1933 DAVIS ST SAN LEANDRO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Westgate San Leandro Center is a regional retail shopping center located at 1933 Davis Street, San Leandro. Prior to 1944, the site was owned by the State of California. Chrysler purchased the site in 1944 and conducted vehicle parts manufacturing operations on the site from 1952 to 1962. Vehicle parts manufacturing and assembly operations were continued by subsequent owners International Harvester (1962-1976) and Caterpillar (1976 to 1986). In 1987, the site was acquired by Monarch Ventures, the current property owner, renovated the structures and converted them from industrial uses to the current property uses. President Tuxedo conducted dry cleaning activities using Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) in three tenant spaces from 1989 to 1999. Site Assessment/Site Investigation WASH TIME LAUNDROMAT 1815-1825 PARK San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Soil borings were advanced by AEI after a Phase I indicated that a dry cleaning business operated at the site. The samples indicated that both soil and groundwater were impacted by volatile organics at concentrations of up to 3.1ppm PCE in soil and 230 ppb PCE, 14 ppb TCE 25 ppb cis-1,2-DCE and 7.6 ppb vinyl chloride. A Subsurface investigation was performed on May 24, 2005 to evaluate the extent of the dry cleaning solvent in soil and groundwater. This investigation determined that PCE concentrations were detected in off-site groundwater * SA Clorox Technical Center Pleasanton - Former Clorox Campus - Building 7 7164 Johnson Drive Pleasanton CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor 7/7/2015: This Site was part of the Former Clorox Campus Site (SCP No.01S0749). A No Further Action request was submitted for that case on May 22, 2015, which included the Main Campus, South Parcel and Building 8, but explicitly excluded Building 7 due to a PCE release. HOPYARD CLEANERS 2771 HOPYARD RD PLEASANTON CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The Responsible Party has been proactively moving forward on all phased of investigation and remediation. Based on the available information, there are no potential human exposure routes to the chlorinated VOC contamination. The groundwater-CVOC plume appears to be stable and not expanding and soil-CVOC plume is confined on-site and under the dry cleaning facility. Since October 2008, soil vapor extraction has been successfully removing CVOCs in soil gas under the dry cleaning facility. The final groundwater remedial action will either be in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) or enhanced in-situ bioremediation (EISB). Site Assessment/Site Investigation Site Investigation - 2002 Dry Cleaning facility stopped using PCE Rose Cleaners 33366 Alvarado-Niles Road Union City CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor The site is part of a 10-acre parcel of commercial land that includes two retail commercial strip malls and a warehouse facility. This site (Rose Cleaners) formerly conducted on-site dry cleaning activities using chlorinated solvents such as tetrachloroethene (PCE) from 1988 to approximately 2005. Since July 2010, several phases of soil, groundwater, and various vapor and indoor/ambient air investigations have been conducted on and off site. Property Sale/Transaction Subsurface Investigation Removed dry cleaning equipment in 2005 BELL CLEANERS / WITTENAU PROPERTY 1534 PARK ST ALAMEDA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Not all historic documents for the fuel leak case may be available on GeoTracker. A more complete historic case file for this site is located on the Alameda County Environmental Health website at https://ehgis.acgov.org/dehpublic/dehpublic.jsp. A dry cleaner operated in the middle suite of a three unit single-story building. The dry cleanear operated from at least 1968 through 1999. A Phase II investigation, consisting of advancing 4 borings, revealed the presence of tetrachloroethene (PCE), at each of the boring locations. PCE soil concentrations were reported at up to 5.5 mg/kg. One soil sample was reported to contain 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene at a concentration of 0.023 mg/kg. PCE concentrations were reported in all of the grab-groundwater samples in the borings at concentrations of up to 16 micrograms per liter (╡g/L ). The compound tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA) was also reported in the four groundwater samples at concentrations of up to 10 ╡g/L. Site Assessment/Site Investigation SWI DURING PROPERTY TRANSACTION CAL CLEANERS 2531 TELEGRAPH AVENUE BERKELEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive BERKELEY, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Site Assessment/Site Investigation PCE IDENTIFIED IN SOIL, VAPOR, AND GROUNDWATER SAMPLES. FACILITY OPERATIONS CEASED WITH ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REMOVED. CLASSIC TOUCH CLEANERS 3518 FRUITVALE AVENUE San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Tetrachloroethene was detected in soil samples collected during a Phase II Site Assessment in August 2005. Further investigations occurred in 2012 and 2013. This Site qualifies as a Low-Threat Chlroinated Solvent Sites pursuant to Assessment Tool For Closure of Low-Threat Chlorinated Solvent Sites, Draft Final - July 31, 2009 (Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Francisco Bay, Groundwater Committee), as follows:. 1. Pollutant sources are identified and evaluated. 2. The site is adequately characterized. 3. Exposure pathways, receptors, and potential risks, threats, and other environmental concerns are identified and assessed. 4. The site presents no unacceptable threat to groundwater and surface water resources, considering existing and potential beneficial uses of water. 5. Groundwater objectives are met for all constituents. 6. Remediation was not warranted. Site Management Requirements: The site in an operating dry cleaner. As with any dry cleaners, there is always a possibility of unauthorized releases of chemicals stored and handled at the site. We therefore recommend the following: 1. Business operations must comply with all applicable State and Local regulatory agency (i.e., California Unified Program Agency) requirements. 2). Prior to any proposed use of shallow groundwater in the immediate vicinity of the site, groundwater samples should be collected to confirm groundwater is not impacted by VOCs. 3. Additional soil sampling in the vicinity of the former dry cleaning operations should be conducted if land use changes to residential use. 4. Remediation should be conducted, if warranted, based on the results of soil and groundwater sampling, if any. Site Assessment/Site Investigation SOIL AND GROUNDWAER SAMPLES COLLECTED IN 2005 AND 2012, 2013 New dry cleaning machine installed. (type and date not known) COUNTRY CLUB CLEANING 35233 NEWARK BOULEVARD NEWARK CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Saving Cleaners 39480 Fremont Boulevard Fremont CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Due diligence investigation FREMONT FRENCH CLEANERS 4949 STEVENSON BOULEVARD FREMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply * Other Means SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION REPORT DRY CLEAN CLUB OF AMERICA 2960 CASTRO VALLEY CASTRO VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Site located in the western corner of a strip mall and operated as a dry cleaner from 1990 to 2009. * SA PHONE CALL FRM CONSULTANT REPORTS RELEASE DISCOVERED CABRILLO CLEANERS 4673 THORNTON AVENUE FREMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor ELEGANT CLEANERS 1208 LINCOLN AVENUE ALAMEDA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Chlorinated solvents have been detected in soil vapor in the area of a historical dry cleaning operation at the site. Further investigation of the extent of the chlorinated solvents will be required, Hub Cleaners 39236 Argonaut Way Fremont CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil The site is, approximately 160 feet (ft) by 1,280 ft in dimension, a commercial unit located at the southeast corner of the Fremont Hub Shopping Center, and reportedly was occupied by Hub Cleaners between1964 and 1982.Since August 2004, multiple phases of work to characterize the lateral and vertical extent of volatile organic compound(VOCs) in soil, groundwater, and soil vapor have been conducted. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Dry Cleaning Operation Ceased CROW CANYON CLEANERS 7272 SAN RAMON DUBLIN CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The site is located in a suite within a commercial building located on the west side of San Ramon Road, within a mixed residential/commercial area of Dublin, CA. One of the units of the building (7272 San Ramon Road) has been occupied by a dry-cleaning facility since 1988. The dry-cleaning and solvent storage areas were located in the back of the building, with PCE used as the cleaning solvent until 2004. AEI performed a preliminary subsurface investigation at the property in 2005. Three shallow soil samples and three groundwater samples were analyzed for halogenated volatile organic compounds (HVOCs). PCE was detected in all the soil and groundwater samples analyzed. Between December 2006 and January 2007, AEI performed another subsurface investigation by advancing five soil borings throughout the property; two borings (SB-14 and SB-15) were advanced near the front of the dry cleaning facility, down-gradient from the dry-cleaning facility. Two borings (SB-11 and SB-12) were advanced at the rear of the dry-cleaning facility. One boring (SB-13) was advanced adjacent to the sewer line trace inside the Montessori School. trichloroethylene (TCE) were detected in groundwater at relatively low concentrations (PCE was detected at 0.78 to 2.5 ug/L in the shallow water-bearing zone, while TCE was detected in one sample at 1.1 ug/L; no other HVOCs were detected in either zone). In addition, PCE was detected in all four of the soil vapor samples analyzed, at concentrations ranging from 270 μg/m3 to 380,000 μg/m3 (SB-11-V-D). TCE was detected in three of the soil vapor samples at concentrations ranging from 4.4 μg/m3 to 3,200 μg/m3 (SB-11-V-D). The boring (SB-13-V-D) located along the sewer line trace within the footprint of the Montessori preschool contained PCE at a concentration of 6,800 μg/m3. Other investigations have verified elevated PCE in soil vapor. A Corrective Action Plan has been submitted and is currently in public notification/public participation phase. * SA Tower Cleaners 1110 University Avenue Berkeley CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment BERKELEY, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Dry cleaning solvent, perchloroethylene (PCE) recognized in shallow soil and groundwater samples. City of Berkeley negotiated further investigation and approved installation and sampling of three new groundwater monitoring wells, extimated total depth of investigation between 20 and 30 feet below grade. Anticipated gradient is west to southwest. Offsite groundwater impacts have been evaluated for offsite vapor intrusion concerns and were found not to be of concern for adjacent or downgradient properties. Site Assessment/Site Investigation groundwater impacts identified in subsurface investigations Discontinued use of PCE units Berkland Cleaners 2979 Sacramento Street Berkeley CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) CLEAN LIVING CLEANERS 1538 SOLANO ALBANY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * SA Lucky Shopping Center 22555 Mission Blvd Hayward CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Site Assessment/Site Investigation Livermore Arcade Shopping Center/Millers Outpost Shopping Center 1410/1554 First Street Livermore CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Well used for drinking water supply This case involves one former dry cleaner (Mike's Cleaners), within the location of the current OSH store in the Livermore Arcade Shopping Center, and one operating dry cleaner (Paul's Cleaners) in the Millers Outpost Shopping Center (now called Livermore Valley Square). Both dry cleaner operations resulted in a release of tetrachloroethene (PCE), a formerly-used dry cleaning solvent, into the soil and groundwater. The groundwater plumes from each site have mingling with each other and migrated toward the northwest, extending under the residential area and have reached a municipal water supply well. This water supply well has been equiped with a treatment system to remove the PCE from drinking water supply. The concentrations and depth of PCE migrating in groundwater under the residential area downgradient of the sites do not pose a vapor intrusion threat to indoor air. However, solvent vapors at the release points under the existing and former dry cleaners may pose a threat to overlying indoor air, and are undergoing soil vapor extraction testing. Groundwater cleanup through injection of a vegetable oil-based substance to stimulate the natural breakdown of the contaminants was tested at the site and is proposed for groundwater downgradient of the site. Property Sale/Transaction Property Transaction assessment Removal of machine in March 1993 (Mike's Cleaners) Selix Formalwear (formerly WORLDCO CO) 22401-22487 FOOTHILL BLVD HAYWARD CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor RAP approved in 2016 to install a soil vapor extraction system to address VOCs in soil vapor resulted from historical dry cleaning operation. FORMER NORGE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING VILLAGE 2089-2091 ROSE STREET BERKELEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Dry cleaning solvent has been identified in soil and groundwater below the existing building and partially outside the building. Remedial measures include removing contaminated soil and installing a passive vapor removal system below the building. Indoor air quality sampling suggests modest impacts, with possible requirements for further mitigation or assessment. * Other Means PRIVATE PHASE II INVESTIGATION DISCOVERED IMPACTS TO GROUNDWATER. Corrective action to remove soil, passive subslab venting STAR CLEANERS 46670 MOHAVE DRIVE FREMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) COLLEGE CLEANERS 2942 COLLEGE AVENUE BERKELEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive BERKELEY, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * Other Means DISCOVERED DURING INVESTIGATION OF CONTAMINATION RESULTING FROM UNDERGROUND TANK REMOVALS SWISS VALLEY CLEANERS 1395 MACARTHUR BLVD SAN LEANDRO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Tetrachloroethene (PCE) was detected in soil samples collected inside the dry cleaning facility in April 2005. PCE was also detected in soi vapor samples collected in May 2013. Further evaluation of the site will be required. CROWN CHEVROLET SOUTH PARCEL 6707 GOLDEN GATE DRIVE DUBLIN CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor QUALITY CLEANERS 3607 THORNTON AVENUE FREMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor The Site is part of a strip mall with various commercial tenant spaces located at 3701 Thornton Ave., in Fremont, California. In1998 and 2004, during preliminary and follow up investigations, PCE-impacted soil and soil vapor were discovered. The Site is presently an active dry cleaner, which does not use PCE. Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Subsurface Monitoring El Mercado Dry Cleaning 34300 Alvarado-Niles Road Union City CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Arden Cleaners 34747 Ardenwood Boulevard Fremont CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation PERCIVA / METRO VALLEY CLEANERS 224 RICKENBACKER LIVERMORE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive ALAMEDA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The site was formerly a dry cleaning facility that used solvent-based dry cleaning machines. Further assessment of tetrachloroethene and trichloroethene in soil vapor is required. The case is currently inactive. * SA CORONET CLEANERS 40559-40677 FREMONT BOULEVARD FREMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Camelia Street Properties 1001 Camelia Street Berkeley CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation BERKELEY, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The Site is developed with a rectangular brick building that covers more than half of a city block bounded by Camelia Street on the south, Ninth Street on the west, and Tenth Street on the east. The site was occupied by a Canada Dry bottling plant from the time of its construction to 1978. The southern half of the site building was occupied by Perc-Serv, Inc., a wholesale laundry and dry cleaning supply business, from 1978 to 1983. In 1985, the project site building was renovated as multi-tenant retail, office, and warehouse uses, which is its current use. A 1955 permit for installation of one 7,500 gal UST w/TPHg and a 1978 permit for removal of the UST have been identified. Soil and groundwater samples from the loading dock area on the west side of the Site showed elevated levels of some halogenated volatile organic compounds (HVOCs), indicating, primarily, tetrachloroethylene (PCE), trichloroethylene (TCE) and cis-1,2-dichloroethylene (c-1,2-DCE). Groundwater impacts are primarily recognized to approximately one block west-southwest from the Site to Eighth Street and do not appear to extend to the south which is predominantly a residential neighborhood. Gasoline constituents associated with the former UST include benzene, a recognized carcinogen. Site Assessment/Site Investigation May 2000 limited Phase II Environmental Site Assessment 2114 MacArthur Boulevard, San Jose 2114 MacArthur Boulevard San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The former Norge Cleaners was operated as a dry cleaning facility from 1965 to 1986. Investigations have found Tetrachloroethane (PCE) in soil and groundwater underlying the Site and the PCE plume has migrated off-site approximately 200 feet in a southlerly direction. A cleanup plan dated June 30, 2015, has been approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board and a public notification fact sheet was distributed to interested parties. The cleanup includes the following: - Building demolition of a 6,000 sq-ft structure - Soil excavation. 500 to 2,000 cubic yards of soil will be removed to a depth of 14 feet below grade where groundwater is anticipated to be encountered - Enhanced biodegradtion using emulsived veretable oil for groundwater remediation - Groundwater monitoring - Reporting The 30-day building demolition notification period ended May 15, 2015 and demolition was completed in early June 2016. Soil excavation for remediation of VOC impacted soil is anticipated to be completed during late June and July 2016. Groundwater Monitoring Due dilligence environmental investigations Cease operations Berth 57 - Port of San Jose 1717-A Middle Harbor Road San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) PCE at levels exceeding DNAPL threshold was inadvertantly discovered by the installation of well UO1-8. The PCE contamination appears to be hydrogeologically controlled by the nearby 30-foot thick cement deep soil mixing wall described below. The Port indicates that the source of the PCE is not from the former dry cleaning facility located in the former FISCO area. Remedial investigations defined the lateral and vertical extent of the PCE in the UO1-8 area. The 7Feb10 CAP evaluated excavation, chemical oxidation, thermal treatment, groundwater extraction, and natural attenuation and selceted chemical oxidation. The Port's bench-scale lab study (Study) did not determine how high the soil oxidant demand is in the UO1-8 area and is in the process of re-evaluating their Study. In year 2000, the Port installed as part of their Vision 2000 program: - Engineered concrete cap with an effective thickness of 6 feet over and beyond the TOFC area - Cement deep soil mixing (CDSM) wall with a width of 30 feet along the edge of the San Jose Inner Harbor as a geotechnical stabilization structure. - Slurry wall north of the CDSM wall The concrete cap effectively isolates the diesel and other subsurface contaminants from potential human exposure. The CDSM wall has a very low permeability that effectively isolates the PCE area around well UO1-8 from the San Jose Inner Harbor. Along with the slurry wall, the CDSM also effectively isolates the diesel area from the San Jose Inner Harbor. Given the thorough isolation, diesel plume shrinkage and stability, and low hydraulic gradient, the Water Board is on the verge of granting TOFC site closure pending the resolution of deed restriction and SMP questions. The Water Board is presently reviewing the UO1-8 remedial action plan. Well UO1-8 inadvertantly installed into PCE area NA Paul's Sparkle Cleaners 1332 Railroad Avenue Livermore CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Art's Cleaners 27312 Hesperian Blvd Hayward CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil The subject property, consisting of an approximately 1,000-square foot single-story unit, is part of a multi-tenant commercial center located in a mixed commercial and residential area of Hayward. Historical records indicated that the subject property operated as a dry cleaning facility since the building construction in 1965. Prior to that, the property was undeveloped land. In September 2010, the dry cleaning equipment was decommissioned and removed from the site. In October and November 2010, approximately 75 tons (50 cubic yards) of PCE-impacted soil was excavated and transported offsite for disposal. Low levels of PCE were detected in each of the confirmation soil samples but only one collected at the northeast corner of the excavated area exceeded the Regional Water Board?s Environmental Screening Level (ESL) for commercial/industrial land use. Low levels of PCE were also detected in confirmation groundwater samples but none exceeded the ESLs for drinking water or vapor intrusion. On November 2, 2011, a land use covenant and environmental restriction was recorded with the County of Alameda which restricts use of the subject property to industrial, commercial, or office space and prohibits the drilling of water supply wells on the property. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Unknown 2107 Dwight 2107 Dwight Way Berkeley CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring BERKELEY, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Dry cleaning operations took place at the site as early as the 1930s and through approximately 1971 under the names Shattuck Laundry and Dry Cleaners (1930s - 1940s) and Rainbow Cleaners (1950s - 1971). The primary location of the former operations is associated with the address 2473 Shattuck Avenue. Rainbow Cleaners also utilized the address 2111 Dwight Way, in the 1950s and early 1960s. Except for the original residential use of the southeastern portion of the site (which ceased sometime prior to 1968), typical use of the site since the early 1900s has included a number of small commercial and/or retail tenants, including a bakery, creamery, various medical and commercial offices, auto repair (circa 1920-1930), sign making, drug store, a theater, hardware store, and restaurants. As noted above, former dry cleaning operations were identified on site. An apartment complex is being built on the site. FIRST AVENUE CLEANERS 1082 EAST 1ST AVE CHICO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Well used for drinking water supply * Other Means UNKNOWN Berge Property 14898 Nimshew Road Magalia CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed BUTTE COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Contaminated Surface / Structure, Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Other Means Methlab seizure by Butte County law enforcement FLOWSERVE CORPORATION (CHICO SOUTHWEST PCE PLUME) 844 BROADWAY ST CHICO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Former pump manufacturer. Petroleum and chlorinated ethenes detected duiring property transfer assessment. Discharger removed USTs, sampled on-site supply well, and installed groundwater monitoring wells; data in progress. * Other Means UNKNOWN UNKNOWN NORTH VALLEY PLAZA (FORMER) 801 EAST AVENUE CHICO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor, Well used for drinking water supply Former dry-cleaner. Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board staff assist Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) on this case. In 2009, the Discharger ran an ozone sparge pilot study near-source. Results indicated problematic hexavalent chromium, now mitigated. The Discharger is operating a near-source soil vapor extraction system as an interim remedial measure. In January 2016, DTSC approved a two-year performance period to evaluate MNA as a final remedy. Sparklizing Cleaners 1958 Tice Valley Boulevard Walnut Creek CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor An interim RAP was approved for the site, using sub-slab depressurization system to address vapor intrusion. DUTCH GIRL CLEANERS 1946 CONTRA COSTA BLVD. PLEASANT HILL CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The mostly level Site is occupied by a commercial shopping center consisting of several small retail shops and a grocery store. Soil has been impacted by perchloroethene (PCE) and since remediated by aeration and used as backfill. Groundwater analysis reported up to 1,700 parts per billion (ppb) PCE. Monitoring wells (MWs) were installed on Site in 1994. 9/25/2015: Two monitoring wells still present at site (one in front of dry cleaner and the other at the rear). FORMER UNIQUE CLEANERS 6109 POTRERO AVENUE EL CERRITO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The Regional Water Board is considering activating the site based the following investigative results: Soil and groundwater beneath the site have been impacted by VOCs from dry cleaning operations. Formerly the site was used by Unique Cleaners. Currently the site is used by OK Cleaners & Laundry. Two rounds of sampling were conducted at the site in 1988 and in November 1990. Up to 1.3 ppm of PCE, 0.19 ppm of TCE, 0.570 ppm of 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethene, 0.470 ppm of methylene chloride, 0.015 ppm of chlorbenzene were detected in soil samples collected at the site (at 0.5 to 10 feet bgs), and within capilary fringe off-site. Up to 4,400 ppb of PCE, 12 ppb of TCE, and 2.98 ppb of dichloroethene were detected in off-site well P-3 located immediately downgradient (south ) of the subject site. The dissolved VOC plume was delineated to nondetectable VOCs concentrations in downgradient wells/borings P-8 and PHP-2, or low VOC concentrations (3.8 ppb of PCE and 1.4 ppb of TCE) in downgradient wells PMW-1 and P-9. No additional environmental work was performed at the site after the November 1990 sampling. In 1990 the site was overseen as a part (area of concern #4)of UST case 07-0123. UST case 07-0123 was granted a closure in respect to petroleum contamination (only) on April 25, 2003. Therefore, the VOC case was opened as a separated SLIC case 07S0161.Based on the site inspection it appears that wells P-9 and PMW-1 no longer exist (were destroyed or paved over). Well P-3 has not been used since 1990, and well condition is unknown. This well will be destroyed with allother wells related to UST case 07-0123. Currently the site is used by OK Cleaners & Laundry. The site is bounded by a residential property to the east, commercial properties to the west (Best Inn hotel) and north, and Potrero Avenue (and commercial properties across the street) to the south. Confirmation sampling shall be conducted at the site to confirm current VOC concentrations in soil and groundwater. * Other Means Custom Cleaners 2575 main street oakley CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor A dry cleaner operated between about 1990 and 2009. A January 2016 Phase II assessment relating to a property transaction showed the dry cleaning solvent tetrachloroethene (PCE) in shallow soil gas. A follow-up assessment conducted in March 2016 showed groundwater did not contain dry cleaning solvents, but PCE was detected in soil gas beneath the building and beneath the drive behind the building. The maximum concentration of PCE in soil vapor was 240 ug/m^3, which is below the level of concern for a residential environment. Therefore, no action is required. a Phase II property transaction SNOW WHITE CLEANERS 610 SAN PABLO AVE. PINOLE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Former Delta Cleaners 219 Oak Street Brentwood CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Walden Shopping Center 2940 North Main Street Walnut Creek CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Great American Cleaners 1317-1399 BUCHANAN ROAD Pittsburg CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Multiple investigations have been completed since PCE impacts were first detected in 2001. Additional soil and groundwater characterization is underway. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Site assessment unknown Forth Knox Self Storage Pittsburg 3685 Railroad Ave PITTSBURG CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor ELAINE'S CLEANERS 3141 CROW CANYON PLACE SAN RAMON CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed CONTRA COSTA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * Other Means SITE DECOMMISIONED IN 1987. DISCOVERY THROUGH PHASE-II SITE INVESTIGATION. Lukin Wells 2 & 5 2133 12th Street South Lake Tahoe CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment EL DORADO COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) PRIVATE RESIDENCE PRIVATE RESIDENCE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply See Site Investigation Completion Report MR SCOTT COOK, 3996 MEADOW ROAD, COMPLAINED OF A ORGANIC SOLVENT TASTE IN THEIR DOMESTIC WELL WATER ON 7/30/2007. WATER BOARD STAFF COLLECTED A SAMPLE FROM THEIR WELL ON 8/9/2007 LAKE TAHOE LAUNDRY WORKS 1024 LAKE TAHOE BOULEVARD SOUTH LAKE TAHOE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Air sparge and soil vapor extraction still in operation. PCE levels are greatly reducing in all wells. Site is on it's way towards closure. * Other Means DISCHARGE DISCOVERED DURING A SECOND-PHASE SITE ASSESSMENT. SELF-SERVICE DRY CLEANING MACHINE REMOVED FROM LAUNDROMAT. HURZEL PROPERTIES LLC 949 EMERALD BAY ROAD SOUTH LAKE TAHOE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply * Other Means PHASE 2 SITE ASSESSMENT THE ONE DRY CLEANING MACHINE WAS IN PLACE AT THE LANDROMAT FROM 1969 TO 1977. BIG O TIRES 1961 LAKE TAHOE BOULEVARD SOUTH LAKE TAHOE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Eligible for Closure Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor * Other Means 8/4/2003 CAO IDENTIFIED BIG O AS POTENTIAL SOURCE OF PCE CONTAMINATION IN THE BLACKWELL PROPERTY 248 MAIN STREET PLACERVILLE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Contaminated Surface / Structure Indoor air samples for VOCs were taken in 1997. Some VOCs were detected which may indicate impacts to vadose zone soils or GW in connection with a dry cleaner on an adjacent property. Nothing in the site history suggests a release from this property. Blackwell and Cefalu properties are adjacent to each other, and both have identified PCE from another source. The case file contents is from the Cefalu property, which includes a lot of information relevant to Blackwell. The closure letter identifies 4/23/1997 as the date of no action required. Reedley/ Former Dry Cleaner 1340 G Street Reedley CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Former location of dry cleaning facility. Soil vapor survey conducted at site indicates soil impacted by PCE. On site monitoring well has high concentration of PCE. Soil gas assessment indicates that soil and soil vapor is significantly degraded. RP has been asked to submit a work plan for remediation of site. Responsible parties have agreed to settlement and assessment and remediation expected in early 2015. Other Means Crown Cleaners 8039 N. Cedar Avenue Fresno CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation The Site is located at 8039 N. Cedar avenue, on the western edge of a commercial retail development. It contains approximately 1.55 acres of property. Crown Cleaners is a Dry Cleaner and has operated at the Site since 2001. The operation uses PCE as part of their process. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was conducted in July of 2008 and recommended further study of the area be conducted . A Preliminary Soil Gas Investigation conducted in August of 2008, indicated that PCE was present in the soil and surrounding areas in concentrations that were many times over the acceptable levels. A soil vapor extraction system operated at the site. Remaining PCE concentrations do not pose a threat to groundwater or human health. Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Site Assessment by property owners Sunnyside Country Club Village Shopping Center 5671-5673 E. KINGS CANYON ROAD Fresno CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor, Surface water The Site is located in a shopping center at 5651-5673 East Kings Canyon on approximately 1 acre. The Site is a historic dry cleaner. The shopping center was built in 1980 and is owned by M&H Realty Partners. Soil vapor, sewer water and groundwater (hydropunch) samples collected in 1996 in the vacinity of the cleaner had elevated levels of PCE. High levels of PCE were detected in soil vapor samples collected from underneath the dry cleaner building. Groundwater monitoring wells were installed and monitored for 8 years. Over time the levels attenuated to acceptable levels. The Site was closed in 2000. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Former Lamoure's Dry Cleaners 3140 Shaw Avenue Fresno CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Past operations and practices at this site have resulted in the contamination of underlying soil and groundwater with PCE. Concentrations of PCE in soil, although elevated, would appear to naturally attenuate prior to encountering underlying groundwater at 125 feet below ground surface. However, the City of Fresno had concerns with regard to the potential increase in groundwater elevation pending the decreased demand on city water wells in the vicinity. Currently the RP and the City of Fresno are in negotiations regarding the necessity of additional soil remediation of PCE. Best Cash and Carry 1550 E Street Fresno CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Low concentrations of tetrachloroethene were discovered in soil gas during a Phase I assessment. The lateral and vertical extent of impacts to soil and soil gas were delineated. Tetrachloroethene was not detected in a groundwater sample collected beneath the site. A limited risk assessment determined that the low concentrations of tetrachloroethene present in soil gas did not pose a threat to human health, the environement or groundwater. DRY CLEANING FACILITY 4785 EAST BELMONT AVENUE FRESNO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation * Other Means SITE DISCOVERED DURING ASSESSMENT OF DRY CLEANING FACILITY LOCATED 200 FEET SOUTH OF SITE Lamoure's Cleaners 1304 G Street Fresno CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor, Well used for drinking water supply Soil impact confirmed during assessment for nearby site. RP required to conduct soil vapor assessment. Cleanup and Abatement order issued to responsible party. Responsible party has not complied with CAO to date. Enforcement being reviewed. Other Means Investigation for nearby cleanup site Univar 1152 G ST FRESNO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The Site is located at 1152 G Street in Fresno. The Site was historically used, from 1965 to 1986, to store bulk tetracholoroethene (PCE) in an aboveground storage tank at the northern section of the property. Soil and soil vapor surveys in 1996 indicated the presence of PCE. Several monitoring wells were installed in 1996 and showed PCE in the underlying groundwater. In 1998 a vapor extraction system was installed and ran until 2004. The extracted soil vapor is treated using two 2500-pound activated carbon vessels to remove the VOCs. Through subsequent testing a series of groundwater monitoring wells have been installed and continue to be monitored quarterly. Four new offsite SVE wells were installed during late 2008. An SVE system is currenlty extracting soil vapors from five vapor extraction wells located near the highest concentrations of PCE in groundwater and soil. This is located just downgradient of the site. Investigation to assess the lateral and vertical extent of impacts to groundwater is ongoing. Univar is installing a remediation system to inject potassium permanganate into groundwater beneath the source area. Property Sale/Transaction Removed Tank FORMER ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 578 SHAW AVE. CLOVIS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The Site is located on the SouthWest Corner of Shaw and Clovis Avenues in Clovis. From 1976 to 2001. From 2003 to the present, the Site has been occupied by a Kragens Auto Parts store. Subsurface investigations have included CPT borings, soil sampling, soil-pore gas sampling, and the installation and monitoring of three groundwater monitoring wells. Investigations have found PCE in soil gas and in groundwater. A soil vapor extraction pilot test was completed in 2009. The full nature and extent of the PCE in soil gas and groundwater are not yet known. Additional investigations are ongoing. In June 2012, intererim soil vapor extraction and sparging pilot testing will begin. January 2015 remediation completed. Closure letter issued 13 Nove 2015 * Other Means SOIL GAS SURVEY PERFORMED ON 2/21/07. Orland Dry Cleaners 726 5TH STREET Orland CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation The site consists of a single building, occupying approximately 2,000 square feet, at 726 Fifth Street in Orland, Glenn County California. Orland Dry Cleaners is the apparent source of a groundwater plume that extends approximately 2.5 miles from the source in a southeast direction in the direction of groundwater flow to a depth ranging from approximately 12 to 127 feet below ground surface. The plume is approximately 4,000 feet wide. NORTHCOAST ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER 879 NINTH STREET ARCATA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Site Assessment/Site Investigation FORMER WRIGHT'S DRY CLEANERS 1693 WEST MAIN STREET EL CENTRO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) A deed restriction has been issued for this site and is on record with the County of Imperial Assessors Office. Site is closed with no further action required, as long as the requirements of the deed restriction are met. BISHOP DRY CLEANERS 163 ACADEMY BISHOP CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed INYO COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Consultant submitted in behalf of the Responsible Party a "Request for Site Closure Report" dated June 6, 2006. * RBD FORMER TOWN & COUNTRY CLEANERS 17725 W. SATICOY STREET RESEDA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply ? The Site is owned by Reseda Properties, LLC. ? The Site was a dry cleaning operation from 1961 to 1996. ? Elevation of the Site is about 750 feet amsl. ? The Site is located in the San Fernando Valley Basin. ? The Site is generally characterized by silty sand from 1 ft bgs to 35 ft bgs, sand from 35? bgs to 42 bgs, and sandy silt and silty sand from 42 ft bgs to 55 ft bgs. ? Groundwater at the Site has been measured at approximately 45 ft bgs. ? The regional groundwater flow direction is reported to be towards southwest. ? The Site has been under the SLIC oversight since September 2006. ? GetoTrans is currently the consultant for the property owner. Site Investigation Activities: ? A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was performed in April 2004. ? A limited Phase II Investigation was performed in May 2004 with installation of 9 vapor probes to 5 feet bgs in the surrounding areas of the dry cleaner shop. ? An SVE system operated from August to November 2005 at the Site. Four SVE wells were installed to 45 feet bgs and screened between 5-15, 20-30, and 35-45 feet bgs. ? A soil closure report was prepared in April 2006. A no further action for soil was granted by LACFD on May 22, 2006. ? Additional investigation was conducted in April/May 2007 with installation of two new groundwater monitoring wells and soil gas investigation in the vicinity of the sewer line. A one year groundwater monitoring program was established. ? Highest concentration of PCE in the Hydropunch samples was 36.6 ╡g/L at HP-10. Hydropunch samples collected from the north and west sides of the property indicate very low or non-detectable levels of PCE. Gardena Specialized Processing 16520 S. Figueroa Street Gardena CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor A metal anodizing business currently operates at the site. Several subsurface investigations have been conducted at the site, which indicate the subsurface is impacted by volatile organic compounds. A soil vapor extraction (SVE) system operated from February 2013 to July 2014 to remediate the subsurface soil. Soil, soil vapor and groundwater samples were collected in June 2015 to evaluate site conditions following operation of the SVE system. Site Assessment/Site Investigation LESLIE FAMILY TRUST 3566/3580 WEST THIRD ST LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Dry cleaner at site. Cleaning solvent delineated in subsurface and remediated with soil vapor extraction. Closure with Deed Rstriction ROYALTY CLEANERS 3378 LOS COYOTES DIAGONAL LONG BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor A dry cleaning operation operated at the site from 1970 until 1990. The former dry cleaner is one of 11 former retail spaces that were demolished during construction of the Ralphs Grocery store in October 2000. Site investigations conducted indicated that soil and groundwater beneath the site was impacted by volatile organic compounds. A soil vapor extraction and air sparing system operation at the site between January 1 and December 26, 2001 to remediate the subsurface soil. Groundwater monitoring is currently being implemented. Groundwater Monitoring, Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Subsurface Monitoring During redevelopment into Ralphs Grocery Store. Impacted soil from spill removed PLAZA LAWNDALE RETAIL CENTER 15651 HAWTHORNE BLVD LAWNDALE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor This Site is a 2.63 acre parcel characterized by multi-unit retail, office and residential development. According to the information provided in the Phase I the Site was first developed in 1928. A tenant space within Building B was occupied by a dry cleaner. In addition, auto repair operations formerly conducted in Building F since the 1930s until 1997. The dry cleaning and auto repair formerly conducted at the Site were identified as potential contaminant sources that require further investigation. Accordingly a limited soil and groundwater sampling and analysis program was carried out at the Site. The analytical data confirmed that soil and groundwater beneath the Site are impacted with Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) including tetrachloroethylene (PCE), trichloroethylene (TCE), dichloroethylene (DCE) and others. The findings are consistent with the documented use of PCE at the former dry cleaner. The Site is located in the West Coast Basin of the Los Angeles Coastal Plain. The subsurface investigation included six exploratory borings. The report describes that the soil types as primarily of silty clay with occasional sand. Groundwater was encountered at a depth of 21-feet. * Other Means VALLEY CLEANERS 2619 W. VALLEY BLVD. ALHAMBRA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor Regional Board meeting to discuss Site Status and need for VOC cleanup activities 09/06/2012 SOIL INVESTIGATION PARK CLEANERS 512 S. GARFIELD AVE. ALHAMBRA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply BALDWIN HILLS CRENSHAW-MOB/J. J. CLEANERS 3933 SANTA ROSALIA DR LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The Baldwin Hills Crenshaw-MOB/J.J. Cleaners [Former Marlton Square] property (Site) is a 8.647-acre commercial property located within a mixed commercial and residential area approximately one-half mile east of the Baldwin Hills area of Los Angeles, California. The Site occupies the western half of the Former Santa Barbara Plaza shopping center and consists of 23 parcels, 16 of which currently have existing commercial buildings. The Site includes four former commercial dry cleaning facilities and a former gas station/auto center that operated at the Site. It is our understanding that the buildings are currently vacant and that the dry cleaning and auto repair facilities have not operated since the early 2000s. Regulatory oversight for the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw-MOB/J.J. Cleaners property is currently managed under five separate Site Cleanup Program (SCP) sites/cases as follows (as they appear in Geotracker): SCP# Facility Name Address Geotracker Global ID# 1143A Baldwin Hills Crenshaw-MOB/J.J. Cleaners 3933 Santa Rosalia Drive SL0603766329 1143B Former Roe?s Cleaners 3839 Santa Rosalia Drive SL0603745521 1143C Former Crenshaw Village Cleaners 3917 Santa Rosalia Drive SL0603797858 1143D Former Chinese Laundry 3847 Santa Rosalia Drive SL0603724176 1143E John?s Auto Center 4081 Marlton Avenue SL0603788935 Due to former dry cleaning activities, soil, soil vapor and groundwater beneath the Site have been impacted with chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs), primarily tetrachloroethene (PCE) along with minor trichloroethene (TCE) due to biodegradation of the PCE. Petroleum hydrocarbons (primarily diesel- and oil-range) were also detected in shallow soil as a result of former auto repair. The highest concentrations - 1,970 milligrams per kilograms (mg/kg) total petroleum hydrocarbons as diesel (TPHd) and 5,750 mg/kg total petroleum hydrocarbons as motor oil (TPHmo) ? were detected at 1 foot below ground surface (bgs). Maximum PCE concentrations in soil were 5,700 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/kg) at 5 feet bgs and 7,700 ╡g/kg at 10 feet bgs. The highest concentration detected in soil vapor was 237 micrograms per liter (╡g/L) at 5 feet bgs, which exceeds the California Human Health Screening Levels (CHHSLs) for PCE of 0.603 ╡g/L for commercial/industrial use and 0.180 ╡g/L for residential use. The maximum concentrations in soil and soil gas were found to be associated primarily with two former dry cleaner facilities located at the northern end of the Site. Groundwater grab samples were collected from six locations, including one of the primary source areas. The groundwater was encountered at a depth of 85 feet bgs. PCE was detected in only two groundwater samples at concentrations of 8.8 to 44 ╡g/L. Some additional groundwater investigation is needed but preliminary data suggest that groundwater impacts beneath the Site may be relatively minor. Based on the soil data and instrument field-screening during the investigations, the vertical extent of contamination in soil appears to be 25-30 feet bgs. Based on these data, soil excavation is tentatively being considered as the best remedial option for the redevelopment. The limited soil gas investigation by Geosyntec in early February 2012 suggests that the soil vapor plume impacts occur primarily onsite and generally do not appear to be a significant threat to the offsite neighboring residential properties to the west. However, as discussed in the February 28, 2012 meeting, soil vapor plume delineation and monitoring, and a site specific human health risk assessment (HHRA) have not been completed. In March 2004, Capital Vision Equities (Capital) requested assistance from the Regional Board to provide oversight for a planned residential redevelopment of the Site. Following Capital?s acquisition of the property, the developer filed bankruptcy and defaulted on $962 million in loans and assets. The Site was in cost recovery, but none of the Regional Board?s oversight invoices were ever paid by the property owner. For the next six years, the property was tied up in bankruptcy and could not move forward. In late 2010, a settlement agreement was reached and one owner, Commercial Property Managers, was in control of 80 percent of the property, whereas 20 percent remained with the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles (CRA/LA). On February 20, 2012, Regional Board staff and management learned that Kaiser Permanente (Kaiser) is interested in constructing a commercial medical office building (not a hospital) at the Site. On February 22, 2012, Regional Board staff held a conference call with representatives from Marlton Associated Recovery Partners (MARP), the current owner, and Kaiser to discuss the Regional Board?s oversight process, remediation and closure requirements, and timeframes. Subsequently, on February 28, 2012, Regional Board staff and management met with Geosyntec, Kaiser?s consultant, to discuss the results of recent soil, soil vapor and groundwater investigations in December 2011 and February 2012, as well as proposed remediation options and soil vapor concerns. The purpose of the meeting was to provide Kaiser an understanding of the Regional Boards concerns and requirements regarding this Site prior to Kaiser?s acquisition of the property. Kaiser acquired the property in March 2012 and all of the former structures at the site have been demolished. On April 1, 2013, Kaiser signed a cost recovery agreement with the Regional Board to provide cost reimbursement for environmental oversight under the Regional Board's Site Cleanup Program for investigation and remediation that will be needed for the planned redevelopment. Geosyntec has submitted a workplan for site investigation dated April 10, 2013 that is currently under review by Regional Board staff. On June 19, 2013, the Regional Board issued an approval letter for Kaiser's April 10, 2013 "Additional Site Subsurface Investigation Work Plan". The workplan included a April 10 2012 "Site Subsurface Investigation Report" that documented results of a limited soil, soil vapor and groundwater investigation for Kaiser prior to their acquisition of the property. The April 10, 2013 workplan was meant to be an expansion of that initial work. The workplan proposed 12 direct-push soil borings to further delineate the lateral and vertical extent (to 30-foot depth) of PCE-impacted soil onsite. Six shallow (5-foot) soil vapor monitoring points were installed offsite in adjacent residential areas. The soil vapor probes will be monitored quarterly until at least six months following soil excavation. Three groundwater monitoring wells will be installed to further investigate deep soil conditions and further characterize groundwater quality beneath the site. The investigation work was conducted in June and July 2013. Regional Board staff reviewed the September 20 2013 "Additional Site Investigation Report" and found the PCE-impacted soils onsite to be sufficiently characterized to move into the soil cleanup phase. In addition, the groundwater monitoring results and data from deep soils beneath known source areas showed that the groundwater beneath the site was not impacted with site-related contaminants of concern. In a November 4, 2013 Regional Board letter, Kaiser was required to submit a Removal Action Workplan (RAW) to address the cleanup of relatively shallow PCE-impacted soils onsite. On January 15, 2014, Kaiser submitted their RAW to address the cleanup of PCE-impacted soil and soil vapor beneath the site. The RAW evaluated two common remedies for VOCs removal in soil: 1) remedial excavation/disposal of soil; and 2) soil vapor extraction (SVE) remediation. Kaiser selected remedial excavation/disposal based on cost, implementation, schedule constraints for redevelopment and probability of success. Regional Board staff reviewed and approved the RAW in a March 24, 2014 letter and subsequently reviewed and approved a companion March 27, 2014 "Removal Design and Implementation Plan (RDIP)" in a May 28, 2014 letter. Kaiser plans to conduct the remedial soil excavation work starting in mid-September 2014. The work should take about 2-1/2 months to complete. The Site is currently an 8.65-acre fenced, vacant commercial property in a mixed commercial/industrial and residential area of Los Angeles and occupies a portion of the Former Marlton Square Shopping Center. Five properties were listed with environmental concerns: four dry cleaners and one auto center. These activities occurred from the mid-1950s until the middle to late 1990s, at which time these businesses ceased operations and were subsequently abandoned. In July 2012, the vacant buildings and asphalt-paved parking lot was demolished. As a result of former dry cleaning operations, soil and soil vapor were impacted with chlorinated VOCs, primarily tetrachloroethene (PCE). Results of previous site investigations indicated that the PCE in soil was primarily distributed in shallow soil in two areas onsite, a western and eastern area, each associated with former dry cleaners onsite. The maximum PCE concentration detected in shallow soil (5 feet depth) was 17,000 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/kg). In May 2015, Kaiser conducted remedial soil excavation and offsite soil disposal to remove PCE-impacted soil from the Site. The soil remediation was conducted as part of Kaiser?s plans to redevelop the property with a commercial MOB. The soil remediation was implemented based on a January 15, 2014 Removal Action Workplan (RAW) and a March 27, 2014 Removal Design and Implementation Plan (RDIP), which were approved by the Regional Board on March 24, 2014 and May 28, 2014, respectively. Regional Board staff was informed that Kaiser conducted the first round of post-remediation verification soil vapor sampling in August 2015 and was planning to conduct a follow-up round of soil vapor sampling in either December 2015 or January 2016. Results of the post-remediation verification soil vapor sampling will be submitted in a forthcoming report to the Regional Board for our review and comments. Facility Inspection, Groundwater Monitoring, Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Subsurface Monitoring Discovered during soil & groundwater investigations. Primary release sources were removed & destroyed. CA HYDROFORMING 11673 MCBEAN DR. EL MONTE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor CROWN CLEANERS 831 W. LAS TUNAS DR. SAN GABRIEL CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply PHASE I REPORT VIN POWER 817 SOUTH PALM AVE. ALHAMBRA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor The site was historically an unpaved vacat lot and developed prior to 1922. A lumber company operated at the site between 1925 and 1981. The buildings were demolished in mid-1990's. SOIL VAPOR ASSESSMENT SHIELD CHEMICALS INC. 2026 CHICO AVE. SOUTH EL MONTE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply ORANGE & CARSON CLEANERS 4112 ORANGE AVE. LONG BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The former dry cleaning facility is located within a multi-tenant retail center on 2.13 acres of land. The Site was occupied by various commercial and retail tenants since the mid-1940s. The southwest portion of the retail center was occupied by Orange and Carson Cleaners, at 4112 Orange Avenue, since at least 1959, first as Orange Laundry, later as Orange & Carson Coin Op., and finally as Orange and Carson Cleaners. The dry cleaner tenant space was vacated in October 2005 and all dry cleaning equipment was removed from the unit. Currently, the adjacent space is also vacant, as renovations and remodeling of Site buildings are planned in the near future. The primary chemical of concern (COC), PCE, was used in the former dry cleaning facility. Former Royal Cleaners 5739 Rosemead Blvd. Temple City CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The Site was occupied by Royal Cleaners between 1993 and 1994 during which dry cleaning operations were conducted at the Site. Based on the evidence, the Regional Board issued a CWC Section 13267 Order (Order) in July 2013 requiring an investigation to determine if a discharge of PCE to the subsurface had occurred at the Site. In soil vapor, concentrations of PCE were detected in shallow soil (5 feet bgs to 10 feet bgs) and increased with depth. The maximum concentrations of PCE in soil vapor were detected to the extent of the investigation. The lateral and vertical extent of PCE contamination beneath the Site has not been fully delineated by the previous investigation. Soil and soil vapor assessments were conducted at an adjacent property located at 8841 Las Tunas Drive as recently as September 2014. Concentrations of PCE were detected at levels ranging from 68 ╡g/L to 12,000 ╡g/L in soil vapor samples collected from 5 feet bgs to 180 feet bgs beneath the adjacent property. ESTEEM CLEANERS 3703 Huntington Drive Pasadena CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Active Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor  WESTIN BONAVENTURE HOTEL 404 S. FIGUEROA STREET LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The Westin Bonaventure Hotel (Site) is located in the central downtown Los Angeles area and is bordered by Figueroa Street on the northwest, 4th Street on the northeast, Flower Street on the southeast, and 5th Street on the southwest. The Site consists of approximately 3.5 acres and is occupied by a 500,000 square-foot building with 36 stories consisting of guest rooms, retail space, meeting rooms, offices, and subterranean parking. Laundry services, including a dry cleaning system, are located in a basement area measuring approximately 25 feet by 25 feet. Previous investigations completed at the Site detected concentrations of tetrachloroethene up to 1,610 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/kg) in soil and up to 87.5 micrograms per liter (╡g/L) in groundwater. The Site was issued a "No Further Action" letter on Novemeber 15, 2011. FORMER SUNBURST CLEANERS 15432 FRANCISQUITO AVE. LA PUENTE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The Former Sunburst Cleaners (Sunburst) was located at 15432 Francisquito Avenue, in the City of La Puente, California (the Site). In 1992, soil and groundwater data determined that operations at the former Sunburst facility impacted the subsurface with chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including tetrachloroethylene (PCE). A soil vapor extraction (SVE) system operated at the Site between February 1999 and March 2002. Confirmation soil and soil vapor sampling determined that the SVE system reached asymptotic conditions and residual VOC concentrations were limited in mass. In December 2007, the Site was granted a conditional No Further Action Determination for Soils Only (conditional NFA). Former Shell Service Station 8222 South Western Avenue Los Angeles CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Releases of tetrachloroethene (PCE) were discovered in soil within and around the former underground storage tank pit during 2007. In 2013, depth to groundwater was encountered at approximately 40 feet below ground surface. PCE was detected in groundwater up to 3,660 micrograms per liter. Site Assessment/Site Investigation SUNNY CLEANERS 1671 AZUSA AVE. S HACIENDA HTS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Toluca Studio Cleaners 10559 Riverside Drive North Hollywood CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) CLAREMONT CLEANERS 424 AUTO CENTER DR. CLAREMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor J&T DRY CLEANERS 9117 VALLEY BLVD. ROSEMEAD CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Radiant Services / Former Teledyne Site 651 W. Knox St. Gardena CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Teledyne Linair Engineering, a division of Teledyne, began operation at the Site in 1967 manufacturing small aircraft parts. In October 1987, Teledyne ceased operation at the Site and sold the Teledyne Linair Engineering division to the Aeroquip Corporation, a division of Aeroquip-Vickers, Inc. (which has been merged into Eaton Aeroquip, LLC (Aeroquip)), who operated on a portion of the Site through a lease from Teledyne, who remained the property owner. In October 1990, Aeroquip terminated operation and vacated the Site. Between October 1990 and May 1996, the Site was mostly vacant. In May 1996, Teledyne sold the Site property to Radiant, which then began a commercial dry-cleaning operation at the Site. Radiant is a Responsible Party (RP) because it has discharged wastes at the Site, and being current operator and property owner at the Site. TDY is an RP due to the past operation, discharge of wastes, and property ownership by Teledyne at the Site. Periodically between 1967 and 1990 electroplating and degreasing activities were conducted at the Site, and between1996 and present commercial dry cleaning operations have been conducted at the Site. During these periods the Site has included the same single-story commercial building and surrounding, paved parking, both of which was modified to suit each occupants needs. Site Assessment Removal MQS INSPECTION, INC. (FORMER) 6800 EAST WASHINGTON BLVD COMMERCE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor MQS Inspection occupied the site between 1959-1994. A clarifier was the source of PCE released into soil and groundwater beneath the site. The clarifier was removed and remediation has included excavation, air sparging/ soil vapor extraction and potassium permanganate injection. The onsite building was demolished in 2011 and the lot is currently vacant. BOW TIE CLEANERS 458 FOOTHILL BLVD LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Dry Cleaning Facility since 1970?s, still operating as dry cleaners. Soil. soil vapor, and groundwater impacted from releases of tetrachloroethene (PCE) at the subject site. FORMER TECHALLOY FACILITY 15100 NELSON AVENUE CITY OF INDUSTRY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil The Site is a 4.74-acre property located at 15100 East Nelson Avenue in the City of Industry, California. The Site was formerly occupied by LA Signal Construction, Inc. (LA Signal) whose operations included manufacturing and installation of traffic signals between approximately 1997 until 2008. Regional Board case files indicate that LA Signal?s operations involved the use of chlorinated solvents including tetrachloroethylene (PCE). The Site is located in the Puente Valley Operable Unit of the San Gabriel Valley Superfund Site. WOODLAND HILLS VILLAGE #1 20929 VENTURA BLVD WOODLAND HILLS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Groundwater monitoring is ongoing. Residual VOC contamination in the un-excavated deeper soil remains, and the RP wants to address the pending soil cleanup when the Shopping center is demolished. Maria Reyes Properties 2937 E. MARIA STREET RANCHO DOMINGUEZ CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The subject property is approximately 2 acres in size, located at 2937 Maria Street, Rancho Dominguez, California. The current property owner is Maria-Reyes Properties. Prior to 1969, the subject site was part of a large agricultural tract in the area. The site was developed in 1969 with the present structure for use by Patrick Carpet Mills. Tetrachloroethene (PCE) and 1,1,1-trichloroethane (1,1,1-TCA) are chemicals known to have been historically used at the site. Based on drilling records collected by Targhee in 2007, soil types in the first 70 feet below ground surface (bgs), consists mainly of fine grained to very fine grained sand and silty sand, with interbedded silt and clay layers. First groundwater at the site was encountered at approximately 39 to 40 feet bgs during June 2007 sampling event. The groundwater at the site was flowing in a southwesterly direction at a gradient of 0.091%, or about 4.8 feet per mile (September 2007, Targhee). Subsurface investigations conducted in 1995 and 2003 identified an area of PCE-impacted soil in the vicinity of northeast corner of the building. From May 2005 to February 2006, Maria-Reyes Properties conducted soil remediation using a soil vapor extraction system (SVES), under the oversight of County of Los Angeles Fire Department, Health Hazardous Materials Division. Subsurface investigations conducted at the site prior to operation of the SVES identified PCE in soil at concentrations of 413 micrograms per kilogram ("∞g/kg") in sample VW1-5' and 276 ∞g/kg in sample VW4-25?. The highest soil-vapor concentrations were detected at 888 micrograms per liter ("∞g/L") at SVE5-34 and 1,100 ∞g/L at SVE7-44. The SVES was initiated in May 2005 and operated for six months at which time the inlet concentrations measured had become asymptotic. The SVES was turned off in December 2005 to allow the soil vapor to equilibrate in preparation for rebound testing. Ten of the fourteen existing soil vapor probes were sampled on February 21, 2006. (Probes SVE1-10 and -20 and SVE3-10 and -20 were not tested due to the low concentrations encountered in the initial testing and their proximity to probes SVE2/7.) Eight of the ten vapor probes sampled contained no detectable concentrations of VOCs. Samples SVE2-20 and SVE5-34 contained PCE at 1.6 and 11 ∞g/L, respectively. The PCE soil-vapor concentrations for samples SVE5-34 and SVE7-44 have been reduced from 888 to 11 ∞g/L and 1,100 to <1.0 ∞g/L, respectively. The reductions in soil-vapor concentrations achieved by operation of the SVES exceed 98%. Based on the results of the February 2006 soil-vapor sampling and the soil sample analysis from boring MW4 (at or near the source area), the SVES has adequately removed the PCE from soil at the northeast corner of the building. In June 2006, County of Los Angeles Fire Department determined ?no further action? for soil at the site (copy attached). However, County of Los Angeles Fire Department referred the case to Regional Board in June 2006, because the underlying groundwater contains volatile organic compounds. Based on the up to 12 rounds of groundwater monitoring and additional delineation via the recent hydropunch groundwater sampling, the residual VOCs in the underlying groundwater are stable and will not pose threat to human health and groundwater resources. The available data indicate the presence of an upgradient off-site source of 1,1-Dichloroethane (DCA) and 1,1-Dichloroethene (DCE), which is not contributed from the subject site. On June 30, 2008, Regional Board have determined that no further action (NFA) is required for the referenced property. The NFA decision was made based on the most current information in the subject file, and with the provision that the information provided to Regional Board staff was accurate and representative of site conditions. If new contaminated soils are encountered during future site construction activities, you are required toprovide verbal notification to this Regional Board immediately and submit a follow-up written report within 72 hours. In addition, appropriate health and safety measures must be fully implemented. Any contaminated soils that may be removed from the site shall be removed only to a legal point of disposal. UNITED AIRLINES MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS CTR (MOC) - UNITED AIRLINES MAINTENANCE - AREA A 7300 WORLD WAY WEST LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor AREA 'A" DESIGNATED SUB AREA FOR THE MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS CENTER (MOC) OF UNITED HANGAR 2 Genesis Cleaners / C & R Cleaners 1716 North Long Beach Boulevard Compton CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Genesis Cleaners is a dry cleaning facility located east of and immediately across from 1721 and 1725 North Long Beach Boulevard, the location of the former Compton Pep Boys facility. In 2015, soil and soil vapor subsurface investigations were performed at the former Compton Pep Boys facility. Tetrachloroethene (PCE) was detected in soil and soil vapor samples at multiple locations below the Compton Pep Boys facility. Dry cleaning facilities have historically used hazardous chemicals, such as the chlorinated solvent PCE, and are a common source of pollution. Genesis Cleaners is located upgradient of the former Compton Pep Boys facility and is a location of concern to the Regional Board as a potential discharger of chlorinated solvents. Feldman Property Management, LLC owns the property at 1716 North Long Beach Boulevard in Compton. VIRCO PROPERTY 15134 SOUTH VERMONT AVENUE GARDENA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The Former Virco facility operated at the site from 1952 to 1994 in the manufacturing of school furniture, with processes that included making tubular metal from flat steel, welding painting, enamel painting finishing, metal finishing, woodworking, and laminating. Several features at this facility included: metal plating area, sumps, wastewater treatment area, paint line, maintenance and machine shop, hazardous materials storage area, stormwater collection area; which were removed in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The facility used and stored plating solutions, acids, bases solvents, paints and thinners. From 1988 to 2006, numerous investigations and soil remediation were conducted at confirmed and suspected contamination source areas. Metal impacted and petroleum hydrocarbon impacted soil was excavated and transported to an offiste facilty for disposal. In the early 2000s, soil confirmation samples were collected throughout the site. This sampling did not reveal evidence of any significant residual soil contamination source at the site. Groundwater monitoring wells were installed in 2006, and samples were collected for six consecutive quarters. Volatile organic compound concentrations in groundwater are below or similar to their California drinking water maximum contaminant levels. On September 13, 2011, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board issued issued a No Further Action Determination for the site. SATICOY CLEANERS (FORMER) 20175 SATICOY ST. CANOGA PARK CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Our review of the information provided revealed the site was formerly used for residential purposes in the 1920s. The site was later developed into a multi-tenant retail shopping center, as early as 1956. There has been no change in land-use since that time however, historical data indicates a dry cleaner was formerly located in one of the units in the shopping center, located at 20175 Saticoy Street, which operated from 1985 until at least 2001. Thereafter, it was occupied by a photo laboratory until mid 2008. Presently, the former dry cleaning unit is vacant. DR. J CLEANERS 4369 WOODMAN AVENUE SHERMAN OAKS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The site is contaminated with PCE at concentrations up to 110,000 ╡g/kg in soil and up to 12,000 ╡g/L in groundwater. BTEX from adjacent gas station site. Other Means, Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Visual COSTCO GATEWAY CENTER 5348 ROSECRANS AVE. / SOUTHEAST CORNER OF ISI HAWTHORNE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Eligible for Closure Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor The Site consists of approximately 2.5 acres land located at 5348 Rosecrans Avenue, in the City of Hawthorne, California .The Site consists specifically of two parcels, with Los Angeles County Assessor?s Identification Numbers (Nos.) 4149-013-071 and 4149-013-073, within the Hawthorne Gateway Center. The Site is located within the physiographic feature known as the El-Segundo Sand Hills. Hydro-geologically, the Site is located in the West Coast Basin of the Los Angeles Coastal Plain. The material underlying the Site consists of fine to medium grained sand with some silt and gravel lenses. Three distinct aquifers lie beneath the Site. The top most Old Dune Sand (ODS) aquifer is followed by the Gage and Silverado aquifers. Depth to the first groundwater table is about 78 feet below ground surface (bgs), and the groundwater flow direction is to the east. Previous investigative work was performed during due diligence assessments prior to completion of site redevelopment, before Water Board oversight commenced. These environmental investigations included soil sampling and analysis for constituents including total recoverable petroleum hydrocarbons (TRPH), chlorinated and aromatic volatile organic compounds (VOCs), semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), chlorinated herbicides, chlorinated pesticides, and California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 22 metals. In June 2000, during grading for Site redevelopment of an area of apparent limited near-surface soil VOC impact onsite, which was evident based on odor and visual staining. Results indicated maximum concentrations of 54.2 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) of tetrachloroethene (PCE) and 0.034 mg/kg of methylene chloride. According the Report, Kleinfelder did not identify the types of activities historically performed at the Site including the two former companies (Bates Engineering and R&M Associates) that were occupied in this area. Subsequent to that discovery, extensive investigative and remedial activities took place. Based on the results of investigation and interim remedial actions, Kleinfelder requested NFA for the Site in 2005. The Case wa tranfered to DTSC in early 2007 and return to the Regional Board in late 2007. Since 2012, several additional site environmental work including soil gas and human health risk assessment assessments were conducted. Based on the results most recent work in this project, Regional Boar staff concluded that the Site is qualified for no further action (NFA) for soil and groundwater. However, a Pre-NFA notification was send out on February 9, 2016 for several interested parties in this project (2/9/2016 for former Fairchild and 11/4/2016 for TRW. No comments were received by this Regional Board regarding the no further action letter from TRWC. However, on March 9, 2016, Bowyers Environmental Consulting (BEC) on behalf of Fairchild submitted a report entitled ?Off-Site Investigation Report? (Offsite Report) to the Regional Board. The Offsite Report presented the results of 2015 soil and groundwater assessment conducted by Fairchild at the downgradient of the Fairchild including former AutoNation facility. Currently, Regional Board staff is involving to go though of the comments and response to comments and expecting to issue NFA for the Site in late December 2016. LAKEWOOD KOHL'S 2650 E. CARSON STREET LAKEWOOD CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Robertson Properties Group owns the Regency Center property in the city of Lakewood. The property of approximately 10 acres has recently been developed as Kohls department store and its parking lot. Former Cal Cleaners used to be operating a dry cleaning business at the site near the Kohls building. Since March 2007, Robertson Properties Group has been performing subsurface investigation and cleanup under Regional Board?s oversight. * Other Means, Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Due to redevelopment and property sale, Phase II discovered contamination Business closed. Soil remediation started in 2008 KCOP PRODUCTION STUDIO (FORMER) 915 LA BREA AVE LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply MCDANIELS CLEANERS 14238 RAMONA BLVD. BALDWIN PARK CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply PAULEE AUTO BODY SHOP 1135 LA CIENEGA BLVD. LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor The Regional Board has been providing regulatory oversight for the characterization, cleanup and monitoring of the contaminants of concern (COCs) in soil and groundwater at the Site since March 2005. The Site currently consists of several single-story buildings, canopies, and paved parking areas used for auto body repair and paint work. The Site is located in an area designated for mixed residential and commercial use by the City of Los Angeles. ). The Site is located in the northern part of Central Basin of Los Angeles County. Soils types observed during previous subsurface investigations at the Site have been described as alternating intervals of predominantly unconsolidated fine grained sands, silts, silty sands, and some clay down to approximately 30 feet below ground surface (bgs). Based on the sampling results from the deep borings, AEI consultants (AEI) indicated that several sandy intervals were observed at approximately 26, 40, and 54 feet bgs. Depth to first groundwater at the Site has consistently been recorded approximately between 14 and 19 feet bgs in monitoring wells MW-1 through MW-4 since their installation in 2003. Since 2003, AEI and Terracon has conducted several rounds of phase II environmental investigations at the Site. Analytical results of the soil, soil gas and several round of groundwater samples confirm that the soil , soil gas and groundwater beneath the Site have been impacted with total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) consisting primarily of tetrachloroethylene (PCE). Based on the results of most recent site investigtion conducted by Terracon in June 2009, on February 18, 2010 the LA RWQCB issued a directive letter to Fleiner Family Trust to initiate preparation of a Remedial Action Plan (RAP) to address the current impacts to soil, soil vapor, and groundwater at the site. The RAP should include an engineering assessment of all the existing data to evaluate the most appropriate, efficient, and feasible remedial alternatives to mitigate the subsurface impacts. In March 2010 Terracon prepared the RAP and proposed the following remedial technology for VOCS impacted soil, soil vapor and groundwater beneath the Site: 1-In-situ SVE remedial system was proposed for remediation of soils/soil vapor at the Site 2--Enhanced in-situ Bioremediation (EISB) in a Permeable Reactive Zone (PRZ) arrangement for impacted groundwater in down-gradient monitoring wells which has the highest concentrations of VOCs in groundwater. Based on new data in Data Gap Report dated February 2016, the Regional Board staff concluded the following: ? Results of 4 GW monitoring events in new installed MW-12 located offsite to north of the property boundary indicated that an anomalous GW elevations data. This anomalous data was not adequately interpreted by NOREAS. Consequently, groundwater flow direction was not correctly illustrated at the vicinity of the MW-12. ? New soil vapors and GW investigation results located at offsite to north of the property indicated that, offsite soil vapor and groundwater plumes were not significantly contributed to the onsite VOC in soil vapor or GW plumes ? VOC (PCE) vapor results at 5 and 10 feet indicated the concentrations of PCE still exceeded of acceptable levels for the offsite residents ? Extend of these PCE concentration to the west and south are unknown ? A limited and short time SVE system operation (8 months) was not effectively remediated of the soil vapor beneath the site. ? Active groundwater remediation is required to reduce the contaminants to meet the cleanup goals for offsite resident (according to HHRA). Due to long term process for MNA and uncertain effectiveness of this passive technology, the proposed MNA cannot be accepted Therefore: FFT is required for the following: 1. Step out soil vapor and groundwater sampling to the west and south west to delineate extent of Soil vapor and groundwater exceeded RBC for the current and future residential land use. Implementation, operation and monitoring program for of full-scal SVE system for soil and EISB pilot testing for groundwater are currently in progress. 88 DRY CLEANERS 1131 EAST LAS TUNAS DRIVE SAN GABRIEL CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) THE VIRGINIA JUSTINE BROWN INTER VIVOS TRUST 13702 VENTURA BLVD SHERMAN OAKS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply PALOS VERDE CLEANERS 2221 PALO VERDE AVE LONG BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The subject site is located within the Palo Verde Plaza at the northwest corner of Stearns and Palo Verde Avenues. It is identified as the Palo Verde Cleaners at 2221 Palo Verde Avenue, Long Beach, California. The site is occupied by a dry cleaner/laundry that contains a dry cleaning plant. Spent dry cleaning solvent, tetrachloroethene (PCE), is generated on-site. The dry cleaning facility has reportedly been in operation at the location since 1993. LUCKY CLEANERS (FORMER) 927 E. LAS TUNAS AVE. #G SAN GABRIEL CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Former dry cleaner. Soil vapor and soil matrix investigations complete. OEHHA has been contracted to review the Health Risk Assessment. Phase I Investigation MARINA ONE - HOUR CLEANERS 4019 LINCOLN BLVD MARINA DEL REY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation The property is an active shopping center located in a mixed commercial and residential area. The former tenant operated a dry cleaning machine on the site until July 2003. Carter Avenue runs along the western boundary of the property, beyond which there are residential properties. Depth to groundwater is approximately 12-17 feet bgs. Groundwater flows westly. Soil and groundwater beneath the site have been contaminated by tetrachloroethene (PCE) that had been released from the dry cleaning operation. RWQCB has been overseeing soil and groundwater investigation, and remediation of shallow contaminated soil since February 2003. Site remedial activity includes intermittent soil vapor extraction. On November 10, 2008, RWQCB has approved work plan for a soil gas survey, additional soil matrix sampling, installation of one offsite groundwater monitoring well, and chemical injection at 3 locations. The property owner requested one-year time extension in February 2009. Per RWQCB staff's suggestion, the property owner conducted a limited soil gas survey in April 2009. Results of the April 2009 soil vapor data discovered chemicals in the vapor at concentration levels have potential human health risk to the residences along Carter Avenue. In May 2009, RWQCB transferred the oversight to Cal EPA - Department of Toxic Substances Control. CALIFORNIA HYDROFORMING, INC. 850 LAWSON ST. CITY OF INDUSTRY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply ROSE CLEANERS 23248 HAWTHORNE BLVD TORRANCE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed LOS ANGELES COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The File for this site is at the Site Mitigation Unit (SMU), Health Hazardous Materials Division, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD). To review this file, please call the Los Angeles County Public Health Investigator (PHI) at (323) 890-7806 and request to review LACoFD SMU File #RO0001369. Brentwood Hill Cleaners 11701 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 5 Los Angeles CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Contaminated Surface / Structure, Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Surface water Results of natural springs sampling conducted by the Los Angeles Unified School District at the nearby University High School revealed the presence of PCE and its degradation products. Brentwood Cleaners has and continues to use PCE since it opened in 1981. Regional Board staff issued Investigation Order No. R4-2014-0034 on April 2, 2014, to assist in determining whether the former operations at the subject site contributed to the PCE impact. In June 2015 site assessment activities were completed and a report submitted to this Regional Board. A risk assessment and groundwater assessment was requested. Site assessment activities are currently ongoing. SIDNEY REVOCABLE TRUST OLYMPIC PROPERTY 4001 W OLYMPIC BLVD LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply JERRY'S CLEANERS 516 CARSON PLAZA COURT CARSON CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The Site has been a dry cleaning facility since the 1960?s and Jerry?s Cleaners operated at the Site since 1980. A limited soil and groundwater sampling and analysis program carried out at the Site, confirmed that soil and groundwater beneath the Site are impacted with volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including tetrachloroethylene (PCE), trichloroethylene (TCE), dichloroethylene (DCE) and Vinyl Chloride (VC). Based on the most recent analytical results reported by Iris Environmental, up to 840 ╡g/Kg of PCE was detected in soil. Up to 16 ╡g/L of PCE was detected in groundwater samples collected from the monitoring wells at the site. The three existing groundwater monitoring wells (MW-1, MW-2, MW-3) have been sampled intermittently at the Site. GSA Engineering, Inc. conducted a pilot soil vapor extraction (SVE) system from December 2006 and February 2007. Following the pilot study, GSA concluded that SVE system is a viable remediation method for the Site. The Carson Plaza Court is situated in the Dominguez Gap of the West Coast Basin of the Los Angeles Coastal Plain. The Site is underlain by Recent and Pleistocene alluvial sediments consisting of a mixture of clay, silt, sand and gravel which overlies the Gage aquifer. The maximum depth of investigation at the site is 21 feet. During subsurface investigation, groundwater was encountered between 9 to 11 feet below ground surface (bgs) at the Site. There are three groundwater monitoring wells at the Site and the groundwater flow direction is toward south-southeast. MERRILL CLEANERS 4727 N. PECK RD. EL MONTE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Toyota Dealership 1600 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor The site is currently an active Toyota dealership with four separate repair facilities and a wash/detailing facility. Site assessments conducted in 2014 indicated volatile organic compound impacts in soil vapor. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Carriage Trade Cleaners 11803 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Results of natural springs sampling conducted by the Los Angeles Unified School District at the nearby University High School revealed the presence of PCE and its degradation products. Historical use (from 1969 to 2004) of dry cleaning solvent PCE has been conducted at the site. Regional Board staff issued Investigation Order No. R4-2014-0157 on August 13, 2014, to assist in determining whether the former operations at the subject site contributed to the PCE impact. In August 2015 site assessment activities were completed and a report submitted to this Regional Board. DOC MILGROM'S CLEANING CLINIC (FORMER) 19524 NORDHOFF ST. NORTHRIDGE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The address for this site is 19524 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, Latitude: N33░, 14?, 2.55?, Longitude: W-118░, 33?, 32.43?. The site buildings were constructed in 1984. Most surrounding properties were developed in the 1960s. The shopping center known as the Northridge Promenade (NP) includes the addresses, 19350, 19510, 19514, and 19524. Several of these addresses have numerous rental units. Nordhoff Street is immediately north of the NP, unspecified retail and commercial properties are to the east, a flood control channel is to the south, and Northgate Toyota is immediately west. The unit at 19524 Nordhoff Street was occupied by a dry cleaners from 1984 through 1988 Equipment at the dry cleaners included a perchloroethene (PCE) dry cleaning machine and a vapor recovery unit. Soil and groundwater assessment was conducted from 2002 to 2007. An ozone & hydrogen peroxide injection system has been installed and is operating (mar 2010). Groundwater occurs approximttaely 41 feet below grade. The groundwater gradient at the site is low, with calculated gradients ranging from 0.001 foot/foot to 0.002 foot/foot. Groundwater flow is generally toward the southeast. The dissolved PCE plume is the largest of the dissolved contaminant plumes underlying the site. The minimum approximate dimensions of the detectable PCE plume are estimated to be 75 feet by 100 feet. Groundwater Monitoring Dry Cleaners in strip mall FORMER ROBERT H. PETERSON CO. FACILITY 530 BALDWIN PARK BLVD. CITY OF INDUSTRY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The subject property is approximately 2.5 acres in size, located at 530 Baldwin Park Boulevard, in the City of Industry, California (the Site). The Site was formerly occupied by Robert H. Peterson Company (RH Peterson), who manufactured gas fireplaces, barbeques and associated accessories between approximately 1979 and 1998. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs), primarily tetrachloroethene (PCE), were used in the former vapor degreaser located in the finishing and welding area. The Site is currently improved with a 30,000 square feet single story building used for warehousing and office space. EM COATING SERVICES 6940 FARMDALE AVE. NORTH HOLLYWOOD CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor PCE use was discontinued in the early 1990s, prior to the RP's operations. Soil and soil vapor sampling report received May 2015; max PCE in soil vapor was 22 ug/L at 5' (18 ug/L at 15') near underground clarifier. HIGHLAND EXPRESS CLEANERS 5034 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor The property is located on the southeastern corner of Citrus Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. The property was previously used as a gas station (Phillips Petroleum Company) from 1934 to 1979. The subject property is currently comprised of a two-story commercial building , which houses several different businesses including the dry cleaning store (5028 -5044 Wilshire Boulevard), and two one-story buildings, consisting of a Starbucks Coffee store (5020 Wilshire Boulevard) and a flower shop (5032 Wilshire Boulevard). In addition, based on the records obtained from the City of Los Angeles Building & Safety Department, the adjacent property at 5000 Wilshire Boulevard (7-11 Store) was a gas station (Union Oil Company) from 1941 to 1961. Reseda Marketplace 18300 Vanowen Street Reseda CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Eligible for Closure Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Historical dry cleaning facility was at the site. The building with the location of the dry cleaning facility was demolished and paved over as a parking lot. Storage Equities PS Partners IV Raymer 12510 Raymer Street North Hollywood CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Formerly a chrome plating operation from 1952 to 1972. Current property owner submitted Soil and Soil Vapor Sampling Assessment in October 2015. Hexcel - MCI Site,former 140 ORANGE AVE, NORTH City of Industry CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Monitoring has indicated PCE is present in grondwater beneath the site and is not delineated to the northeast. NORGE VILLAGE CLEANERS 905 E. LAS TUNAS AVE. SAN GABRIEL CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply SVE REMEDIATION CONDUCTED AND OEHHA RISK ASSESSMENT EVALUATION COMPLETED - NFR FOR SOILS ONLY WITH A DEED RESTRICTION -DATE 8/29/2008 SWISS CLEANERS (Former) 19752 SHERMAN WAY CANOGA PARK CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil Vapor The Regional Board has been providing regulatory oversight for the characterization, cleanup and monitoring of the contaminants of concern (COCs) in soil and groundwater at the Site since May 2004. The 1926-square foot Site is located within the Sherman Way Station strip mall. The strip mall has a parking lot north of the building that accesses Sherman Way. A separate paved parking lot is present to the south of the strip mall and separated from it by a 20-foot-wide alley. The Site was occupied by Smart Cleaners from 1987 to 2002. Swiss Cleaners has occupied the Site since 2002. The dry-cleaning machine currently in use at the Site is reportedly a Lindus Model ML45.2001 closed-loop solvent-based machine.The Site is underlain by alluvial gravel, sand and clay of valley and floodplain areas. Ground water was encountered during the previous investigations at a depth of 18 feet below ground surface (bgs). However, depth to water table following completion of the wells ranged from 12 to 14 feet bgs. The measured groundwater gradient is to the southeast. Between 2003 and 2006, Leymaster and HVN, conducted a Phase I environmental investigation, several rounds of the Phase II environmental investigations, groundwater monitoring events, and remedial actions at the Site. Investigation results indicate that the soil, soil gas, and groundwater beneath the Site have been impacted with volatile organic compounds (VOCs) consisting primarily of tetrachloroethylene (PCE), which is the main chemical used in dry cleaning machine operated at the Site. The highest concentration of PCE at 870 microgram per kilogram (╡g/Kg) was found in a soil sample collected at 15 feet bgs at the vicinity of former dry cleaning machine. The maximum concentration of PCE at 261 microgram per liter (╡g/L) was found in a soil vapor collected at 7 feet bgs at the vicinity of former dry cleaning machine Historical groundwater analytical results also indicated that PCE was detected at maximum concentration of 207 ╡g/L in down-gradient well MW-5. In May and June 2006, HVN, submitted two documents including remediation progress and quarterly groundwater monitoring reports and requested a Site closure providing some justifications described in the remedial action report. Upon the preliminary review of the Site closure report, Regional Board staff discussed requirements for considering Site closure in a project meeting on August10, 2006. In response to the Regional Board?s comments, on November 1, 2006, HVN developed and submitted the Soil and Soil Gas Confirmation Sampling Plan (SCSP) addressing Regional Board concerns. The SCSP was reviewed by Regional Board staff and conditionally approved via email on February 13, 2007 (copy attached). The results of SCSP were discussed with CSWP and CSC during the project meeting on March 18, 2008, concluding the following: ? Adequate, field and laboratory data are collected for soil matrix beneath the Site; ? PCE concentrations in groundwater monitoring wells are near the acceptable limit; however, vertical extent of the impacted groundwater has not been fully defined. Additional investigation and groundwater monitoring program are still required. ? We concurred with CSC?s recommendation for additional soil gas survey, focusing on lateral extent of the PCE vapor plume, and a human health risk assessment to evaluate subsurface vapor intrusion to the indoor air. Follow up project meeting on March 18, 2008,and to address the Regional Board?s comments the Work Plan was prepared by CSC and submitted to the Regional Board on July 22, 2008. Currently the Site is under supplemental investigation to evaluate of the risk to human health for intrusion of subsurface VOCs vapors into indoor air. A soil vapor extraction system operated from January 2005 to June 2006 and from May 2013 to October 2014 at the site. The results of the latest soil vapor and interior sub-slab vapor sampling were used to determine risk to human health from subsurface vapor intrusion into indoor air. The evaluation indicated that the site does not pose a significant threat to the users for a commercial and/or industrial use of the site. based on the results of the investigation and human health risk assessment, the regional Board issued a no further action determination for the site in July 2016. a Covenant and Environmental Restriction was executed and recorded in the Office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, State of California on June 29, 2016 to restrict future site use to commercial and/or industrial uses ST. PAUL PROPERTIES 4910 ROSECRANS AVE HAWTHORNE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply ADOHR DAIRY (FORMER) 9923 ATLANTIC BLVD. SOUTH GATE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Woodland Hills Village #2 20929 Ventura Boulevard Woodland Hills CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Eligible for Closure Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Former dry cleaner WETHERLY CLEANERS 9020 BEVERLY BLVD WEST HOLLYWOOD CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor This Site is 4,400-square foot of rectangular parcel chronicled as residential and commercial property since 1923. The formerly Wetherly Cleaners occupied a portion of this multi-tenant building from 1996 to 2006. Currently the Site is unoccupied and the building is under renovation. According to the information provided, five environmental site investigations were conducted beginning in 2003. The investigations included installation of 24 soil borings and three groundwater monitoring wells at the Site. The analytical results confirmed that both soil and groundwater beneath the Site are impacted with Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) including tetrachloroethylene (PCE), trichloroethylene (TCE), dichloroethylene (DCE) and others. The findings are consistent with the documented use of PCE at the former dry cleaner. The data show PCE concentrations as high as 942 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/Kg) in soil and up to 1,940 micrograms per liter (╡g/L) in groundwater. Limited soil remediation consisting of excavation and off-site disposal of impacted soil was also conducted at the Site. The maximum depth of the soil excavation was 7.5 feet below ground surface (bgs). The maximum amount of impacted soil was removed without jeopardizing the structural integrity of the building. The soil confirmation data was obtained from bottom and walls of excavation. In addition, a soil gas survey conducted at the Site found mostly a low or no flow condition. The three groundwater monitoring wells were destroyed during the remedial excavation. Based on the post excavation soil matrix and soil gas confirmation data, the Site Mitigation Unit of the County of Los Angeles Fire Department issued a no further action letter for the soil portion of the Site and referred the Site to the Regional Board for further investigation of the groundwater. The Site is located in the Hollywood Basin of the Coastal Plain of Los Angeles. Based on the soil boring log, the soil beneath the Site consists of primarily lean clay up to 18 feet underlain by sand to the maximum depth of investigation of 36 feet bgs. Groundwater was encountered at 19 feet bgs but static water level was measured at 10 feet bgs suggesting that groundwater beneath the Site is under confining conditions. The groundwater flow is to the northeast. * Other Means Multi-Tenant Office-Warehouse Property 1500-1510 West 228th Street Torrance CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor In September 2013, a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was prepared and identified various industrial land uses including machine shops, manufacturing tenants, auto restoration operations and auto parts manufacturing. In 2013, tetrachloroethene (PCE) was detected in soil vapor at concentrations ranging from 12.5 to 8,500 parts per billion by volume and in groundwater up to 240 micrograms per liter. Responsible Party proposed further investigation for groundwater impact. Site Assessment/Site Investigation FORMER HYDROFLIGHT FACILITY 17939 E ROWLAND STREET CITY OF INDUSTRY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Hydroflight occupied the Site from 1986-1993. Activities included machining of metal parts and use of VOCs. Regional Board issued soil closure and required continued groundwater monitoring APPLIED COMPUTER CONTROLS INC./HARTWELL 701 W FOOTHILL BLVD AZUSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Applied Computer Controls, Inc./Hartwell Corporation (Hartwell) formerly manufactured aerospace fasteners which included the use of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Previous investigations determined that soil and groundwater beneath the Site have been impacted by VOCs, particularly Tetrachloroethylene (PCE). On March 21, 2001, the Regional Board issued California Water Code (CWC) Section 13304, Cleanup and Abatement Order (CAO) No. 00-147 to Hartwell requiring assessment of the lateral and vertical extent of the VOC contamination in the unsaturated zone and if necessary conduct cleanup of contaminated soils. The CAO also required Hartwell to participate in groundwater monitoring along with other potential responsible parties in the San Gabriel Valley Superfund Site, Baldwin Park Operable Unit (BPOU). KC CLEANERS 820 EAST MISSION ROAD SAN GABRIEL CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil REMINGTON MFG 4331 TEMPLE CITY BLVD. TEMPLE CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply BONNIE'S COURTESY CLEANERS 111 E. CARSON STREET CARSON CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Bonnie's Courtesy Cleaners is part of a 12-unit retail building that is occupied by a variety of tenants. The dry cleaning operation is comprised of a customer service counter, a small boiler room, and a open area containing clothing press equipment, washing machines, one dry cleaning machine, a small office area, and open clothing storage areas. The dry cleaning equipment currently used at the Site was newly installed in June 1998. This equipment is designed to reduce the quantity of waste generated and designed with a built-in spill containment system. Soil and groundwater beneath the site were impacted by chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs), primarily tetrachloroethene (PCE), and trace amounts of trichloroethene (TCE) and 1,1-dichloroethene (1,1-DCE). PCE concentrations in soil were detected as high as 10,000 micrograms per kilogram (ug/kg) in 1999 and soil vapor concentrations as high as 19,000 parts per billion by volume (ppbv) from vapor extraction wells in 2000. After Regional Board staff approved the Remedial Action Plan (RAP) for soil in October 2000, soil vapor extraction (SVE) was implemented onsite from 2002 to 2004. On February 16, 2005, the Regional Board issued a No Further Action (NFA) for Soil letter. According to the NFA letter, the assessment of current groundwater quality is still required to establish post-remediation groundwater quality conditions across the site. Site Assessment/Site Investigation ONE HOUR DRIVE IN CLEANERS 11171 VALLEY BLVD. EL MONTE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply ECHO PARK PLAZA 1411 ECHO PARK PLAZA LOS ANGELES CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply OAKHURST FORMER DRY CLEANER 40368 HIGHWAY 41 40368 HIGHWAY 41 OAKHURST CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Former location of dry cleaning facility. Petrix tube study indicated soil impacted by PCE. Assessment has been requested but has not been completed to date. Groundwater in vicinity of site has been impacted by PCE. A draft Cleanup and abatement order has currently been circulated for comments. Site is no longer used for dry cleaning. Site responsible parties state that they do have money for assessment or cleanup. Other Means MADERA CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 321 SOUTH C STREET MADERA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Dry cleaning facility that formerly used PCE. PCE detected in monitoring wells on downgradient sites during early 1990's. Petrix tube study by Regional Water Board indicated source at the site. Initial soil, groundwater, soil vapor assessments have been completed. A vapor extraction operated at the site until shut down due to lack of financial resources of the Discharger. PCE soil vapor was significantly reduced. Site monitoring wells and soil vapor wells need to be sampled. OAKHURST CLEANERS 40441 HIGHWAY 41 40441 HIGHWAY 41 OAKHURST CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Well used for drinking water supply Location of dry cleaning facility. Supply wells in vicinity of site have been impacted by PCE. One well had a PCE concentration of 160 micrograms per liter the last time it could be sampled in 2007. Well pump does not have power and is not used. An assessment work plan was requested in 2007 and has not been received to date. The potentially responsible parties have been requested to replace impacted water supplies. No water supplies have been replaced to date. A cleanup and abatement order is currently being circulated for comments. Responsible party states that they do not have money to conduct assessment or remediation. Groundwater Monitoring Laundromat 40423 Highway 41 Oakhurst CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Well used for drinking water supply Site is a laundromat next to an active dry cleaning facility. Laundromat had coin operated dry cleaning machines in 1960's and early 1970's. Wastewater was discharged to septic tank at that time. A work plan was requested for an assessment of the impact to soil and groundwater. The requested work plan has not been received to date. A cleanup and abatement order has been circulated for comments. APOLLO CLEANERS 160 DONAHUE STREET MARIN CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed MARIN COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation * Other Means POLLUTION DISCOVERED DURING SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION FAIRFAX FRENCH CLEANERS 173 SAN MARIN DR NOVATO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The subject site is a 70,483 square foot one-story retail shopping center constructed in 1984. Several phases of investigation of the Fairfax French Cleaners, one of the tenants of the shopping center, have been conducted since 1996. These investigations include the installation of thirteen groundwater monitoring wells at and immediately downgradient of the site. Soil samples taken from the site contain less than 1 mg/kg of perchlorethylene (PCE), a common dry cleaning solvent. Groundwater samples from the monitoring wells contained up to 740 ppb of PCE and 5.7 ppb of TCE in 1997. The concentrations in the groundwater have decreased to a maximum of 150 ppb of PCE and non-detectable (ND) concentrations of TCE in 2006 and 2007, the last four times that the groundwater was analyzed. Downgradient and across San Marin Drive are residential and commercial properties. Three of the thirteen monitoring wells are located across San Marin Drive. These three monitoring wells contained a maximum of 20 ppb of PCE and ND concentrations of TCE in 2006 and 2007. Subslab and indoor air sampling were conducted in 2015 and 2016. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Subsurface investigations Stopped using PCE at the Site. YORK CLEANERS 31 MILLER AVENUE MILL VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring MARIN COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The subject property is located in a mixed commercial and residential area of Mill Valley. The property is bordered with residential dwellings to the south and east and commercial properties to the north and west. The subject site has been occupied by a dry cleaning facility since approximately 1961. York Cleaners currently operates a PCE-based closed-loop dry cleaning machine which was installed in approximately 1998. Environmental investigations in May 2007, June 2007, February 2008, and July 2008, found concentrations of PCE and some of its breakdown products in soil samples (maximum concentrations of 1.70 mg/kg of PCE), in groundwater samples (maximum concentrations of 65 ug/L or ppb of PCE), and in soil gas samples (maximum concentrations of 310 ug/L or 310,000 ug/m3 of PCE, 4.4 ug/L of TCE, 1.9 ug/L of cis-1,2-DCE, and non-detectable concentrations of trans-1,2-DCE and vinyl chloride). The PCE and TCE soil gas concentrations exceed our commercial Environmental Screening Levels (ESLs). In addition, a video inspection of the sanitary sewers and a five day soil vapor extraction (SVE) pilot study were conducted in July 2008. A SVE system operation operated from 11/30/09 till 9/27/11. Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Subsurface Monitoring SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION Polly Cleaners & Laundry 930 N. Franklin St. Fort Bragg CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Under Investigation A 2007 investigation found tetrachloroethene (PCE) impact in groundwater at this dry cleaning facility. Subsequent investigation found the contamination to be minor. Merced PCE Sites - MERCED PCE- PARKWAY CLEANERS 1530 YOSEMITE PARKWAY MERCED CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply See 'Site Maps / Documents' Merced PCE Sites - MERCED PCE- One Hour Martinizing- R Street 1818 R Street Merced CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Vapor See 'Site Maps / Documents' Merced PCE Sites - MERCED PCE- BEL AIR CLEANERS 946 WEST MAIN STREET MERCED CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply Currently sampled During the 2nd Quarter only. Merced PCE Sites - Merced Redevelopment Agency- SIMPSON'S CLEANERS 618 W. MAIN STREET MERCED CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply See 'Site Maps / Documents' Merced PCE Sites - Merced PCE- SUNSHINE CLEANERS 1227 WEST MAIN STREET MERCED CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply See 'Site Maps / Dcouments' Merced PCE Sites - MERCED PCE- MERCED CLEANERS 160 WEST MAIN STREET MERCED CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply See 'Site Maps / Documents' GENTRY CLEANERS 1952 N MAIN ST SALINAS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed MONTEREY COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) SAFEWAY CROSSROADS SHOPPING CENTER CARMEL CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed MONTEREY COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) No information is available on this site except a reported soil sample that contained a small amount of solvent, well below cleanup goals. No records are available from Water Board or Monterey County Environmental Health. Monterey Health did not open a case on this site. The Water Board administratively closed this case as of 12/31/2005. * Other Means SAFEWAY IS GOING TO DEMOLISH THE CURRENT FACILITY ON SITE, AND BUILD A NEW STORE IN THE CURRENT PARKING LOT. THE OLD SITE HAD AT ONE TIME A DRY CLEANING OPERATION. GROUNDWATER SAMPLES WERE TAKEN AS PART OF A SURVEY AND PCE WAS DETECTED AT LEVELS UP 9.04 ECONOMY CLEANERS 840 PLAYA AVENUE SAND CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment MONTEREY COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Dry Cleaners contamination Site Assessment/Site Investigation 3678 BEL AIRE PLAZA 3678 BEL AIRE PLAZA NAPA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Site was formerly occupied by 1-Hour Cleaners, a dry cleaning business. Current land is improved with a shopping complex (Bel Aire Shopping Plaza) composed of multiple, single-story buildings on the 22-acre property. The suite of interest is 3678 Bel Aire Plaza, where the former dry cleaner operated for an unknown time period, is currently occupied by Peet's Coffee and bounded by Whole Foods to the North and Trader Joe's to the south. A small barber shop occupies the space partially separating Whole Foods with Peet's Coffee. Release of potentially toxic chemicals and solvents such as chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOCs), in particular tetrachloroethene (PCE) and related ethenes may have occurred throughout the duration of the former dry cleaner operating years. First soil investigations conducted on Site done in July, 2004. * Other Means CROSSROADS CLEANERS 11357 DEERFIELD DRIVE TRUCKEE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed NEVADA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Under Investigation Former Crown Cleaners 24601 Raymond Way Lake forest CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Active Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil The site is located in 24601 RAYMOND WAY LAKE FOREST , CA 92603. Bell Tower Shopping Center contains eighteen tenant spaces one of which (Unit 15) has operated as a dry cleaners from approximately 1978 to present. Based upon information from the California Department of Water Resources and nearby groundwater monitoring wells, groundwater was estimated to be less than 35 feet below grade. Euroclean Express Cleaners (Back Bay Center) 2675 Irvine Avenue Costa Mesa CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor This case was transferred from OCHCA to Waterboard for oversight. Waterboard is evaluating the historical data to determine whether prior remedial efforts were adequate and to determine the next steps, including alternative remediation and/or active mitigation. SPARKLING CLEANERS (FORMER) 11867 VALLEY VIEW STREET GARDEN GROVE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * GOV ONE EXPRESS CLEANERS 11103 BROOKHURST STREET GARDEN GROVE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * Other Means SPIC N SPAN CLEANERS 5910 EDINGER AVE HUNTINGTON BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * RPR LARWIN SQUARE - FORMER DRY CLEANER 546 EAST 1ST STREET TUSTIN CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) NEWPORT CENTER CLEANERS 521 NEWPORT CENTER NEWPORT BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed ORANGE COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) * GOV Barlen Enterprises Industrial Park 1410 East Saint Gertrude Place SANTA ANA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The Trust (dba Barlen Enterprises) has conducted a series of subsurface investigations at the Site. The investigations are summarized in the Groundwater Investigation Report (BEC, February 26, 2009), the Sewer Pipeline Removal Report (BEC, January 8, 2010), the Site Investigation Based on the recent additional offsite groundwater investigation, the B1(60?)-Zone is impacted with TCE at a distance of approximately 200 feet south of the Site (BEC, 2016). Further investigation efforts are being evaluated in order to define the source and extent of these deeper impacts. Pending these investigations, offsite remedial efforts will be addressed in a separate Off-Site RAP. Report (BEC, January 29, 2014), and the Additional Groundwater Investigation Report (BEC, September 21, 2015). Subsurface Monitoring SUNFLOWER PLAZA METRO CLEANERS SUNFLOWER AND BRISTOL STREETS SANTA ANA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * GOV HARBOR VIEW CLEANERS 1636 SAN MIGUEL ROAD NEWPORT BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * RPR YORBA LINDA CENTER 1204-1396 EAST YORBA LINDA BOULEVARD PLACENTIA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * RPR PRESTIGE CLEANERS ORANGETHORPE AVENUE & VALLEY VIEW LA PALMA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * UNK EQR- Millikan Ave. LLC. 16931 Millikan Ave. Irvine CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Soil and groundwater assessments were conducted at the site to evaluate whether lead from munitions usage have impacted the site. The site is in the locations of a former duck pond area associated with nearby gun clubs. VOCs were detected during previous investigation at the site. Since VOCs contamination is localized and limited, Regional Board staff recommended the installlation of a sub-slab depressurization system prior to redevelopment in order to protect human health of any of the occupants. The redevelopement of the Site is expected to be complete by July 2016. K&L CLEANERS 790 BREA BOULEVARD N BREA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil ZENITH WIRE WHEEL 12300 INDUSTRY STREET GARDEN GROVE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The Site is located within the Orange County Groundwater Management Zone of the Santa Ana River Watershed. The Site has operated as a custom automotive wheel manufacturing facility for over 15 years. As a part of daily activities at the Site, a film of oil was washed off the wheel rims as a last stage of cleaning in preparation for distribution. The wash solution that was used contained tetrachloroethylene (PCE). This work was accomplished in one bermed area of the building. The coating on the concrete was compromised over the years, and the PCE moved through the concrete, into the soil and then into the groundwater. Several environmental investigations were conducted at the Site, and identified an area of PCE impacted soil around a wash sink where wheel bands were prepared for welding of the decorative wheel center. The results of these investigations found PCE values in soil as high as 308 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) at 3 feet below ground surface (bgs). The first saturated zone was found to exist at 16 feet bgs, with a PCE concentration of 42 micrograms per liter (╡g/L) in the shallow groundwater. A remediation work plan was submitted to the Regional Board in 2006 to address the contamination of soil with volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The proposed remedial approach was application of soil vapor extraction (SVE) at the contaminated areas. The system was started up in January 2007. A network of 4 vapor extraction wells (VE1 through VE4) was used for removal of VOCs from the soil. Three of the wells had screen intervals from 2.5 to 6 feet bgs. The fourth well had a screen interval from 4 to 12 feet bgs. A 250 cfm positive displacement blower was used to provide a vacuum of 12 to 22 inches of water at the four well heads. The system operated for approximately one year, after which it was shut down based on the non-detect levels of VOCs registered at the system inlet. A confirmation soil sampling work plan was submitted to Board staff for review in February 2008. After approval of the work plan, the sampling was conducted in July 2008 at 11 locations within a 30-foot radius of the central extraction wells (VE-2 and VE-3). Soil samples were collected at 3, 5, and 7 feet bgs and analyzed for VOCs. PCE was detected in 9 of the 11 locations, with a maximum concentration of 50,100 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/kg) at 5 feet bgs in boring CB-11. No other VOCs were detected in soil. In December 2008 Board staff requested additional groundwater investigation at the Site. Groundwater investigation was conducted at 3 indoor and 2 outdoor locations in September 2009. No contamination of VOCs were detected in the groundwater. In February 2010, Board staff requested additional groundwater sampling within the source area to confirm the quality of groundwater in that area. The results for the additional groundwater sampling was submitted in May 2010 to the Regional; Board. Based on the very low concentrations of PCE in the groundwater it was determined that the PCE contamination has substantially come to a cessation in the upper 5 feet of soil and has had minimal or no migration to the shallow groundwater beneath the Site. As such, a land use covenant (LUC) was issued for the Site and was to be registered by the Orange County Cleck Recorder. According to the LUC, neither the current owner nor any future owner has the right to change the conditons of the Site in such a way that casues the release of the exisitng PCE contamination in soil, into the groundwater. MERCURY CLEANERS 23804 MERCURY ROAD LAKE FOREST CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site is a former dry cleaning unit (operated from 1981-2004) that has significant contamination of soil and soil gas with PCE. Groundwater contamination is low to moderate. Comprehensive soil and soil gas investigation has been conducted at the Site. The RP has implemented full scale AS/SVE at the Site (June 2014). Off-site downgradient groundwater investigation has been partially completed. Geology: Sediments are typically very fine to fine grained sandy silt. Silt lenses with trace amounts of clay can be found interbedded withing the sandy silt in the upper 45 feet of the vadose zone. Hydrogeology: Groundwater flows north-northwest Depth to Water: 27-30 feet bgs Contamination: PCE is present in soil at concentrations greater that 100 mg/kg in an apprximatedly 21,500 square foot area, at depths between 5 and 30 feet bgs. The extent of groundwater contamination has not been defined. SVE: SVE targets the three permeable zones (caused by interfingering of silts and clays). A: 5-10 feet bgs B: 12-18 feet bgs C: 23-24 feet bgs SVE radius of influence: A: 71-76 feet B: 110-117 feet C: 50-54 feet AS radius of influence A: 98 feet B: 94 feet C: not calculated because of saturation of soil Based on the third quarter soil vapor investigation, highest soil vapor concentrations are present in the deepest screen interval (50-54 feet bgs). Duo to decrease in VOCs concentration a rebound study is initiated in December 2015 based on the approved work plan submitted on December 18, 2015. * Other Means The Orchard Shopping Center, former Silver Cleaners 23684 EL TORO ROAD LAKE FOREST CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The former Silver Dry Cleaners, which operated for 16 years (1982-1998), was located in Suite "S" (or Suite 698) of the former Saddleback Valley Plaza. Chlorinated solvents, primarily tetrachloroethylene (PCE), were first identified in soil by Hemphill, Green & Associates, LLC (HGA) in November 1999. Soil vapor sampling results from HGA's investigation indicated that PCE was present at concentrations up to 13,000 micrograms per liter (╡g/l) at 2 feet below ground surface (bgs), and 5,700 ╡g/l at 5 feet bgs, beneath the former dry cleaner space. No other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were detected in the soil vapor samples. Between September 2002 and late 2003, several additional soil and groundwater investigations were conducted in the vicinity of the Site. The bulk of the PCE contamination in both the vadose and saturated zones was centered on the location of the former dry cleaners. The investigations consisted of soil and groundwater sampling from borings that were advanced to depths ranging from 26 to 49 feet bgs. The maximum PCE concentration found in the soil was 370 IJg/kg. The highest concentration of PCE in groundwater was 4,100 !Jg/L (geoprobe location GP-7), found in the footprint of the former dry cleaning facility, while the second highest concentration of PCE in groundwater was detected in a boring located 120 feet east of the tenant cluster (1 ,000 IJg/L at GP-11). In 2005, under the oversight of staff from the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA), England Geoscience (EG) conducted a source area excavation at the Site. Approximately 623 cubic yards of soil were removed by successive excavations, in accordance with the OCHCA- approved cleanup goal of 50 ╡g/kg of PCE. At the completion of the major excavation phase, EG reported that the remedial excavation had succeeded in removing all of the PCE-impacted soil that had been identified at the Site, with the exception of one small, visibly discolored area on the western wall (at 7 feet bgs) of the deepest northwestern portion of the excavation. This residual PCE-impacted soil, which was identified by a sample containing 91 ╡g/kg PCE, was estimated by EG to have a volume of less than 20 cubic feet. Following the remedial excavation, concentrations of PCE in groundwater in the vicinity of GP-7 dropped from a historical maximum of 4,100 ╡g/L (GP-7, 2004) to 44 ╡g/L (monitoring well MW-1, 2012), a greater than 99% reduction. PCE concentrations in the vicinity of GP-11, however, dropped from a maximum of 1,000 ╡g/L (GP-11, 2004) to 280 ╡g/L (MW-3, 4012), only a 70% reduction. On June 5, 2013, Regional Board staff request additional investigation of soil and groundwater in the vicinity of GP-11 and the area between the former dry cleaners and MW-3. We also requested that you investigate the potential existence of a secondary contaminant source zone. In response, the Supplemental Soil and Groundwater Investigation was conducted to further delineate the extent of soil and groundwater contamination in that area in June 2013. In the September 2013 report, we found the following elements of the report noteworthy: ? There is an apparent trend of increasing PCE concentrations in groundwater in the southeastern portion of the Site that may indicate that the plume is migrating offsite. ? Elevated concentrations of PCE (240 ╡g/L) were detected in grab groundwater samples at location GW-30, which is approximately 120 feet cross-gradient of the former dry cleaners, and approximately 60 feet from the Site's eastern property boundary, and a concentration of 150 ╡g/L was detected directly between the former dry cleaners and MW-3. ? PCE was detected in a soil sample collected from the borehole at sampling location GW-29. Based on the additional grab groundwater samples and second quarter 2015 groundwater monitoring event, groundwater flow direction is to the south/southwest with 0.005 to 0.013 ft/ft. Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Satellite Cleaners, former 1730 South Clementine Street Anaheim CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor PLACEHOLDER SPITZER PCE SITE (MAGNOLIA) 14072 MAGNOLIA AVE WESTMINSTER CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) KWIKSET CORPORATION 516 EAST SANTA ANA STREET ANAHEIM CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) * RPR BAYSIDE CLEANERS 1056 BAYSIDE DRIVE NEWPORT BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil * RPR MISTER BEST DRY CLEANERS 1211 KNOTT AVENUE S ANAHEIM CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil SUNNY FRESH CLEANERS 306 OLD NEWPORT ROAD NEWPORT BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * UNK THE CLEANING FACTORY 7664 EDINGER AVE HUNTINGTON BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Remediated Soil is still in a Stockpile on-site; A Second verification sampling will be conducted before disposal. 3 Monitoring wells will be installed for shallow groundwater, while 2 hydropunch events (4) will be used for confined perched GW layer * PTR HERITAGE PLAZA 14200 CULVER DRIVE IRVINE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil La Paz Cleaners 27261-C La Paz Road Laguna Niguel CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Results of the subsurface investigations indicate that an apparent release of PCE must have occurred in the immediate vicinity of the drycleaning machine, where the maximum and deepest PCE concentrations in soil were detected. Contamination from this source spreading offsite along the interface of the fill materials and the bedrock (toward lower elevation areas) does not appear likely, based of the non-detection of PCE in areas near the sewer line running from the drycleaner facility, and the main sewer to the west. Furthermore, th~non-detection of PCE in soil samples taken from moist or wet sections (at 21.5' bgs) of the soil column in 3 boreholes suggests that the zone of saturation had thus far not been impacted. Because the release was apparently minimal--centered around the facility's drycleaning machine, and shown to not have migrated to lower elevation areas--and did not appear to have impacted saturated soils, it was proposed that the impacted shallow soil be left in place. To determine if leaving the contaminated soil in place would be justified, OCHCA conducted a vapor risk assessment based on site conditions and the highest PCE concentration detected: the calculated excess lifetime cancer risk (ELCR) was acceptable, i.e., less than the maximum allowable ELCR of 1.0 E-06. VIEW CLEANERS 5313 UNIVERSITY AVENUE IRVINE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * GOV CAMPUS CLEANERS 4515-A CAMPUS AVENUE IRVINE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment ORANGE COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * RPR EDINGER PLAZA 9064-9138 EDINGER AVENUE FOUNTAIN VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The former Seven Cleaners was in business at the Site from approximately 1986 until late 2007. The building was subsequently renovated and is now office space. PCE was detected in subsurface soil and groundwater. Remediation was first initiated in February 2006, during which approximately 90 tons of impacted soil were excavated and removed. A soil vapor extraction system was in operation between September 2006 and July 2008. Groundwater monitoring was initiated in April 2004. Quarterly monitoring reports have been submitted to Board staff since February 2005 for nine monitoring wells. Since August 2009, all nine wells have been sampled on a semi-annual basis. A work plan for soil vapor investigation was submitted in December 2010. Subsurface Monitoring VALENCIA SHOPPING CENTER 24191 PASEO DE VALENCIA LAGUNA HILLS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Swiss Cleaners 171 East Imperial Highway La Habra CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor Regulatory oversight of environmental activities at the Site was initiated by the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) in 2013. On December 21, 2015, a work plan for installation of the sub-slab ventilation (SSV) system was prepared and submitted by Genesis. In February 2016 the SSV system was installed. In May 2016 a Land Use Covenant was prepared and recorded on June 22, 2016. CARRIAGE TRADE CLEANERS - BROOKHURST PLAZA 17209 BROOKHURST STREET FOUNTAIN VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) was present in soil and groundwater at the Site, as a result of past activities at the Carriage Trade Cleaners. The responsible party conducted soil excavation at the Site in March and April 2004, after the strip mall had been demolished. Soil excavation was conducted according to a soil cleanup goal of 50 ╡g/kg. The remedial excavation was backfilled, and a Sam?s Club store was constructed on the property. PCE concentrations in the groundwater at the Site had recently decreased to below the detection limits for PCE. The results from the first quarter of 2009 groundwater monitoring showed no detection of any VOCs in the groundwater in wells MW-1 and MW-2. Monitoring wells MW-1, MW-2, and MW-4 were sampled on July 16, 2009. Groundwater analytical results did not show detection of chlorinated VOCs in any of the wells. A soil vapor sample was also collected from the vapor probe installed next to well MW-4 on July 16, 2009. No detection of VOCs was shown in the analytical results. Based on the groundwater monitoring results, and the fact that the downgradient area has no detection of chlorinated VOCs in the groundwater, it appears that the Site does not represent a threat to the beneficial uses of groundwater in the Orange County Groundwater Management Zone of the Santa Ana River Watershed. Additionally, based on the results from the confirmation soil sampling, a significant amount of the contaminant mass has been removed from the soil at the Site. The remaining mass of PCE in the south excavation wall does not appear to be a threat to the quality of the shallow groundwater. Also, based on the results from the recent and previous soil vapor sampling at the Site, PCE is not present at concentrations that would present any threat to human health. Therefore, no further action is required with respect to soil and groundwater at the former Carriage Trade Cleaners ? Brookhurst Plaza at 17209 Brookhurst Street in Fountain Valley, California. This NFA determination is based on available information, with the provision that the information that was submitted to Board staff was accurate and representative of Site conditions. * Other Means BRISTOL SHOPPING CENTER - FORMER 1-DAY CLEANERS 3825 SOUTH BRISTOL STREET SANTA ANA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site is a former dry cleaner with significant soil contamination with PCE and very low contamination of groundwater. Excavation of the soil in the indoor areas had been conducted to the extent possible. However, upon further investigation of the adjacent tenant units and the outdoor areas it was determined that soil is also contaminated in these areas. Soil excavation has been requested in these areas. Additional sampling for optimizing the area to be excavated was conducted and the final boundaries of the excavation area was determined. A revised work plan for soil remediation was approved in December 2011. Plan for soil excavation was approved by the City of Santa Ana after a sanitary sewer line located within the excavationa area was relocated. Excavation via large diameter auger (LDA) began in August 2013 and completed in September 2013. Verification monitroing of the perched groundwater is ongoing at the Site. Investigation into the deeper WBZ has been requested. Semi-annual groundwater sampling is ongoing. * Other Means Benhard Family Trust (Commercial buildings) 17475 Gillette Avenue Irvine CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor MAGIC CLEANERS 4276 KATELLA AVENUE LOS ALAMITOS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Soil and groundwater were contaiminated with dry cleaning solvents (PCE). Soil vapor extraction of the PCE-affected soil and groundwater monitoring at the site began in June 2004, and the operation was discontinued in March 2006. Soil excavation/removal of the PCE-affected soil was the final remediation measure required and was implemented in November 2006. Regional Board staff issued a "no further action" letter on Februrary 8, 2007. * Other Means THROUGH A SITE INVESTIGATION AS PART OF A DUE DILIGENCE PRIOR TO A BANK REFINANCING OF THE PROPERTY. UPGRADE AND REFURBISH THE DRY CLEANING MACHINE TO ELIMINATE FUTURE LEAKS. BIG TREE CLEANERS 531 NORTH LAKE BOULEVARD TAHOE CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor See July 1999 Evaluation of Remedial Options Subsurface Monitoring PCE WAS DISCOVERED IN SOIL AND GROUNDWATER DURING A PHASE II SITE INVESTIGATION. BUD'S DRY CLEANING 8613 AUBURN FOLSOM ROAD GRANITE BAY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Active Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor No site history available Auburn Cleaners 650 Auburn Folsom Road Auburn CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor As part of the investigation and cleanup of former leaking underground fuel storage tanks at the Maidu Market, 631 Auburn Folsom Road in Auburn, groundwater samples were collected from monitoring wells installed at 650 Auburn Folsom Road in January 2008. An analysis of additional volatile organic compounds identified tetrachloroethene (PCE) in a groundwater sample beneath 650 Auburn Folsom Road. PCE was also detected in two monitoring wells located down gradient of 650 Auburn Folsom Road in a residential area but not in groundwater samples collected from the monitoring wells located at the up gradient Maidu Market. Auburn Cleaners, which is located within 650 Auburn Folsom Road, has previously used PCE in its operations. Tillet Cleaners (former) 97 VERNON STREET ROSEVILLE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Dry cleaning operations impacted groundwater with tetrachloroethylene (PCE). A Phase II site investigation conducted in 2002 found PCE in soil samples at a maximum concentration of 0.017 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg), in soil gas up to 5.3 micrograms per liter (ug/L) at a depth of 15 feet, and up to 68 ug/L in grab groundwater samples. PCE was detected at a maximum of 43 ug/L during the most recent sampling event, conducted in March 2005. Additional monitoring is needed at the site to determine whether PCE concentrations are decreasing, or whether remedial action will be necessary to meet water quality objectives. CONTINENTAL CLEANERS, BEL AIR SHOPPING CENTER 1079 SUNRISE AVENUE ROSEVILLE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) . LANE TRUST (FORMER LAUNDRY) 8731 NORTH LAKE BOULEVARD KINGS BEACH CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Eligible for Closure PLACER COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Air sparge and soil vapor extraction still operating at site. PCE levels in wells are decreasing nicely. Indoor air sampling no longer show high PCE levels. PRIVATE RESIDENCE PRIVATE RESIDENCE ROCKLIN CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Under Investigation MORENO VALLEY CLEANERS 23779 SUNNYMEAD BOULEVARD MORENO VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil * RPR Somers Cleaners 4741 E Palm Canyon Drive, Unit A Palm Springs CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil assessment M&M Dry Cleaners 23080 Alessandro Boulevard, Unit 220 Moreno Valley CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The M&M Cleaners is located at 23080 Alessandro Boulevard, Moreno Valley, California, and occupies Unit No. 220 of the shopping center. In 2012 and 2013, preliminary investigations identified the presence of the dry cleaning solvent, tetrachloroethene (also known as perchloroethylene or ?PCE?), in soil and groundwater under the M&M Cleaners, the alley located north of the Property, and under the parking lot located to the south. However, these initial investigations have not been able to determine how far the PCE may have migrated since it was released. Soil gas investigations that were conducted in 2013 and early 2014 detected the presence of elevated concentrations of PCE in the soil vapor beneath the dry cleaners, adjacent units of the shopping center, the alley behind the shopping center, and the parking area of the Sienna Pointe apartments. Mitigation of the soil vapor intrusion risk is a driving factor in the selection of remediation technologies and is the current focus of work at the Site. LA SIERRA DRY CLEANERS 3862 LA SIERRA AVENUE RIVERSIDE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil * RPR CLASSIC CLEANERS 40605 CALIFORNIA OAKS ROAD MURRIETA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation The site was historically a dry cleaner facility. Soil samples collected in 1999 were reported to have detectable concentrations of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE). These results documented that a discharge of chlorinated hydrocarbon wastes from the dry cleaning equipment had occurred. Centro Properties Group (Centro) conducted soil and groundwater investigations and delineated the soil, soil vapor, and groundwater plumes associated with the discharge. Between 2004 and 2006, Centro conducted cleanup activities, including excavation and off-site disposal of VOC-bearing soil and operation of a soil vapor extraction/air sparge system to remove VOCs from soil and groundwater. In May 2013 the on-site building was demolished and contaminated soil was excavated. The site was then redeveloped to include a new commercial building located outside the area of soil impact and a soil vapor barrier was installed to minimize migration of soil vapors into the building. A new well (MW-6) was installed within the excavation footprint and was found to contain elevated concentrations of PCE. MW-6 is currently undergoing 2 years of quarterly sampling. The site will be reevaluated after the completion of eight quarters of groundwater monitoring. Phase I Site Investigation Olympic Cleaners 6186 Magnolia Ave. Riverside CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor This 0.4 acre dry cleaning operation site is within the City of Riverside's Magnolia Avenue Railroad Grade Seperation Project. Initial soil and soil vapor data indicates tetrachloroethylene release to the soil beneath the space of the dry cleaning Site. Additional investigations pending. Subsurface Monitoring PRP INVESTORS MADISON, LLC 3492, 3500 MADISON STREET RIVERSIDE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Site Description The Site is composed of three parcels comprising approximately 7.1 acres of partially developed commercial land located within a mixed commercial and residential area in the city of Riverside, California, within the Riverside-D Groundwater Management Zone (GMZ). The Site is bounded to the southwest by single family residences, to the northwest by apartment buildings, to the northeast by Madison Street with restaurants and stores beyond, and on the southeast by the California Route 91 Freeway, followed by commercial developments beyond. The Site is currently developed with three commercial buildings and a large asphalt parking area. Two additional buildings were located on the southwestern portion of the Site, but were demolished between 2005 and 2007. Historical records indicate the demolished buildings (3492 and 3500 Madison Street) had been occupied by dry cleaning facilities from before 1966 until at least 1981. Previous Investigations Several Phase I Environmental Site Assessments have been conducted for the Site. In 2003, ALTA EM identified potential petroleum fuel impacts to the soil and groundwater beneath the Site originating from the gas station immediately adjoining the Site to the east. ALTA EM also found that a portion of the Site (3500/3502 building) had been occupied by a dry cleaners and indicated that there was a moderate to high likelihood that the former dry cleaning operations had created a recognized environmental condition on the Site. They recommended that a soil gas survey be completed in all areas possibly occupied by the former dry cleaning operation. A second area (3486 building) was identified as having been occupied by a dry cleaning operation from 1985 to 1992. Despite being described as a ?drop zone only? with no dry cleaning plant, ALTA EM recommended that the soil survey be extended to this area as well because ?numerous vent pipes of possible suspicion were also detected in this same area.? The ALTA EM report was followed up two years later, in 2005, by a second Phase I ESA produced by SECOR. SECOR found that based on quarterly monitoring reports, it was not likely that petroleum fuel from the adjoining gas station was impacting soil or groundwater at the Site. SECOR also referenced a Soil Sampling report prepared by Ceres Associates in June 2003 that involved collecting a total of ten soil samples at a depth of one foot below ground surface (bgs) from the vicinity of 3492/3494 and 3500/3502 Madison Street. This report has not been submitted to the Board, but according to the SECOR Phase I report, low to non-detectable concentrations of VOCs were identified in the soil samples. SECOR recommended further sampling to test for the presence of VOCs at greater depths. In November 2005, SECOR advanced 6 soil borings to a depth of 10 feet bgs in the areas of the Site which were once occupied by dry cleaning facilities. Soil samples were collected from 2, 5, and 10 feet bgs. Soil vapor samples were collected from a depth of 7 feet bgs at each of the boring locations. Laboratory analyses of the soil samples reported reported concentrations ranging from 2-27 ╡g/kg of tetrachloroethene (PCE). Soil vapor samples reported concentrations ranging 15-22 ╡g/L of PCE and 1.8 ╡g/L of chloroform. The soil vapor concentrations are above the ESLs for land in commercial use. SECOR concluded that additional investigation was warranted because the vertical and horizontal extents of the VOC vapor impacts were not defined during the initial investigation. Additional soil and soil vapor sampling was reported by SECOR in May 2007, based on the recommendations of their 2005 report. SECOR advanced 8 additional soil borings in the vicinity of previous soil sampling locations near the location of former dry cleaning operations. Three borings were located near 3492 Madison Street and 5 were located in the vicinity of 3500 Madison Street. Each boring was advanced to a total depth of ten feet bgs using a GeoProbe 5400 drill rig and soil samples were taken at five foot intervals (5 and 10 feet bgs). The soil gas sampling string was constructed by driving a steel rod and expendable drive tip into the soil starting at a sampling depth of 7 feet bgs, dislodging the expendable tip, connecting ╝-inch poly-tubing to the bottom of the steel rod, and finally connecting the poly-tubing to a vacuum pump. Samples were taken by connecting an empty Tedlar bad to the vacuum pump and pumping gas from the subsurface into the Tedlar bag. The results of the 2007 sample analyses showed lower contaminant concentrations than the 2005 sampling event. Soil samples reported concentrations of PCE ranging from non-detectable to 3 ╡g/kg, while soil vapor concentrations ranged from 2.0 ╡g/L to 25 ╡g/L. It appears that samples were taken using post-run tubing, samples were drawn through poly-ethylene tubing and the vacuum pump before being captured in the Tedlar bags, and samples collected in Tedlar bags were analyzed more than 6 hours after the samples were taken. Each of these factors can cause artificially low contaminant concentrations to be detected due known problems with leakage and sorption of COCs to sampling equipment. These methods are not recommended by the Board. However, based on the low concentrations of PCE found in shallow soils and failure to detect PCE in soil samples taken from 10 feet bgs, SECOR concluded that soil contamination was limited to depths between 2.5 and 4 feet and that soil vapor impacts were a result of the shallow impacts. Furthermore, based on sampling data from both Phase II investigations, SECOR concluded that two source areas exist: one approximately 25 feet by 15 feet to a depth of 4 feet and located in the vicinity of B-2 and SB-3 (the southeastern wall of the former 3500 building) and the other approximately 15 feet by 15 feet to a depth of 4 feet bgs located in the vicinity of SB-6 (the southeastern wall of the former 3492 building). Based on the findings and recommendations of the Continued Phase II investigation, in May 2007 SECOR prepared a work plan to excavate the two source areas. Although the work plan was subsequently accepted by the County of Riverside Department of Environmental Health (DEH), the work was never performed. The next environmental assessment did not occur until six years later, when in February 2013, IWS Environmental, Inc. (IWS) conducted a Phase II Environmental Assessment?Limited Soil Gas Survey with the intent to determine the extent of PCE in soil vapor under the footprint of a proposed Wal-Mart store at the Site. IWS advanced 10 soil probes to a depth of 10 feet with sample collected at 5 and 10 feet bgs and at one boring location at 4 and 7 feet bgs. Borings were located throughout the footprint of the proposed building. Soil samples were not taken as part of this investigation. IWS collected samples with a gas-tight, glass syringe and analyzed samples onsite with a GC/MS configured in series to target VOCs in accordance with EPA method 8260B. PCE was detected at all but three of the ten sampling locations. In many cases, higher concentrations of PCE in soil vapor were detected at 10 feet bgs than at 5 feet bgs. Two sampling events were performed in September 2013 and 2014. Results are presented in October 3, 2014 report. A HHRA was submitted for the site under various scenarios and ILCR Values and HQ was estimated. The results are presented in November 4, 2014 report. A request for no further action was submitted in March 2015 followed by another HHRA evaluating various scenarios for sensitive receptor. This HHRA was requested following intent of site developers to built a fitness club that includes a child care center. The Water Board has requested another soil vapor sampling from the foot print of the fitness club and currently is evaluating issuing NFA under Land Use Covenant (LUC) for this site. The resultsof the soil vapor sampling conducted on November 12, 2015 showed lower range of PCE compared with previous results (0.24-1.1 ug/L for MVP-1 and 0.055-0.14 ug/L for MVP-3). An LUC is in preparation and review for this site. INLAND EMPIRE CLEANERS 6266 VAN BUREN RIVERSIDE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site is a former dry cleaners facility with PCE release to the soil and groundwater. PCE contaminated soil was removed in July 2003. Maximum PCE concentration left in soil was 32 ug/kg. Groundwater monitoring was initiated in August 2003. Groundwater monitoring was stopped in 2004 and resumed in 2008. Further assessment for the groundwater in the downgradient area was conducted in March 2009. However, a complete vertical delineation of the PCE contamination in the groundwater was not performed despite the requests from the Regional Board. Therefore, a request for site closure was denied in August 2009. Additional monitoring well installation in the downgradient area of the Site was conducted in November and December 2010. Very low to non-detect cocnentrations of PCE were detected at the new monitoring wells. It was determined that no further investigation and/or remediation for the Site is needed at this time. The SIte was put on a semi-annual groundwater monitoring as of February 2011. After the review of the groundwater monitoring reports for 2Q11, 4Q11 and 2Q12, it was determined that the PCE impact in soil is no longer a threat to human health and beneficial uses of the groundwater in the Arlingtom GMZ. An NFA letter was issued on August 21, 2012. PINE CENTER CLEANERS 4644 PINE STREET RIVERSIDE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil * RPR FLORIN TOWNE CENTER 6117 Florin Road SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) was detected in groundwater samples collected from the eastern portion of the site, with a maximum concentration of 330 ug/L. Investigations to determine the source and identify a remedy are ongoing. ALHAMBRA DRY CLEANERS 1000 ALHAMBRA BOULEVARD SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor This former dry cleaner is the presumed source of detections of PCE in groundwater at adjacent sites on Alhambra Ave. and 30th Street in Sacramento. 13267 Order requested a technical report on the extent of PCE in soil vapors. The dry cleaner business closed in June 2008. site investigations at nearby UST sites Hylers Cleaners 6342 Fair Oaks Blvd CARMICHAEL CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply This PCE case was discovered during investigation of a UST site across the street at 6337 Fair Oaks Blvd. (See that case for more information). SILVERIA PROPERTY (FORMER TILLETT CLEANERS) 5050 FRUITRIDGE ROAD SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor, Well used for drinking water supply Site is a former dry cleaner. PCE was released on the ground surface during the dry cleaner's operations, which ceased in the 1980s. Sampling results from a related investigation indicate that the property is a possible source of PCE - impacted groundwater in the area. Regional Water Board staff have supervised two phases of a soil vapor and groundwater investigation in the Stockton Blvd - Fruitridge Road area, including this site. Results of these investigations suggest that the Site is a source of PCE impacts to groundwater and soil vapor. TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER 2601 MARCONI AVE SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply A dry cleaning business known as Village Cleaners operated at what is now 2601 Marconi Avenue from 1947 through 1986 before moving to an adjacent parcel at 2709 Marconi Avenue, Suite B where it has continued to operate through the present. Town and Country Village began cleaning up tetrachloroethene (PCE) pollution in soil vapor and groundwater in 2012 and remediation is currently on-going. Madison Mall 8828 MADISON AVENUE Fair Oaks CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Dryden's cleaning operations ceased at the site in approximatley 1975. AFFINITO PROPERTY 4943-5039 FOLSOM BLvd SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring SACRAMENTO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) A Phase I and Limited Phase II Environmental Assessment was conducted in 1997. The study identified three primary concern areas. First, a potential lead-contaminated soil issue related to a neighboring clean-up project to the west (former body shop). Second, a potential dry-cleaning solvent issue related to an on-site cleaner. Third, typical fuel tank concerns relative to the former gas station portion of the property. Research and a limited Phase II investigation found no conspicuous problems with the former gas station which has supported a tire shop and used car sales since removal of the fuel tanks apparently during or before the early 1980s. There is an existing oil/water separator or waste oil tank near the former gas station building, and it is planned that this be removed under County oversight prior to redevelopment of the property.An investigation conducted in 2000 confirms elevated lead concentrations on the northeasterly corner of the subject property and indicated that subsurface soil samples collected near the cleaners contained low levels of PCE. The cleaners tenant moved out in December 1997. A small, antique furniture dealer 'presently occupies this portion of the building. A monitoring well to a depth of 40-feet below grade surface (bgs) was installed. During the drilling work, relatively undisturbed soil samples were collected at depth of 15-, 20-, and 30-feet bgs. Following the drilling work, the boring was fitted with a two-inch diameter PVC well casing. Of the three soil samples collected from the monitoring well boring, the upper two tested "clean." The 30-foot deep sample revealed a trace of PCE at a concentration of 0.051 parts-per-million (ppm). The testing of the groundwater (measured at a depth of 29.3-feet bgs the week after drilling) revealed a PCE concentration of 720 parts-per-billion (ppb). These findings indicate that, at the monitoring well location, the soil above is not impacting shallow groundwater. Rather the impacted groundwater is the source of the PCE found in the 30-foot deep sample. Based upon this, prior site data and information regarding the westerly neighboring remediation site, it can be concluded that there is an impact to groundwater and that the source has not been clearly determined. Based on the groundwater analytical results, the County, in a letter dated May 18, 2001, requested the submission of a workplan to define the extent of PCE at the site. On June 18, 2001, a workplan proposing the installation of three additional groundwater monitoring wells was submitted. These wells would help to laterally define the extent of PCE in groundwater and one deep soil boring to vertically define the extent of PCE in soil in the source area. In a letter dated June 26, 2001, the County conditionally approved the workplan requesting additional analysis of 1,4-Dioxane by Method 8270 from the deepest soil sample collected from boring SB-Deep and all the water samples. In July 5 and 6, 2001, installation of three 2-inch diameter groundwater monitoring wells (MW-2 through MW-4 occurred). All three wells were completed to a total depth of 40 feet bgs. One soil boring was completed to a depth of 60-feet bgs (SB-Deep) to assess the vertical extent of contaminant migration in soil in the former source area. -In September 2001, consultants supervised the excavation of lead-impacted soils. On October 2, 2001, the consultants supervised the removal of a steel 1,000-gallon waste oil underground storage tank (UST), one steel 500-gallon waste oil UST and one concrete oil/water separator. On October 3, 2001, the consultants supervised the excavation of the former sewer line that served the former site building. The entire length of the former sewer line, which was buried approximately five feet bgs was removed. On October 31, 2001,one 4-inch diameter soil vapor extraction (SVE) well (VEW-1) was installed. On November 6, 2001, eight piezometers located in three clusters (P-lthrough P-3)were installed. On November 12, 2001, the consultants conducted the first five-day SVE pilot extraction test. Analytical results from soil gas samples collected during the SVE test indicated declining concentration of PCE. The PCE concentration initially was 760 micrograms per liter (ug/L) (approximately 110 ppmv) and decreased to 390 ug/L (approximately 58 ppmv) at the end of the pilot test. Extraction rates varied from 4.2 pounds per day (Ib/day) PCE initially, to 2.2 Ib/day, at the end of the test. The total PCE extracted during the test is estimated at approximately 13.8 pounds. Radius of influence calculations were calculated during this test and ranged from 59 feet in the shallow subsurface to 246 feet in the smear zone. On February 27, 2002, a second five-day SVE test was initiated at the site. Analytical results from soil gas samples collected during the SVE test indicated the PCE concentration initially was 440 ug/L (approximately 65 ppmv) and declined to 110 ug/L (approximately 16 ppmv) at the end of the pilot test. Extraction rates varied from 3.5 Ib/day PCE initially, to 0.9 Ib/day, at the end of the test. The total PCE extracted during the test is estimated at approximately 10.1 pounds (20.6 pounds total for both 5-day tests). On March 14, 2002, a third five-day SVE test was initiated at the site. Analytical results from soil gas samples collected during the SVE test indicated the PCE concentration initially was 130 ug/L (approximately 19 ppmv) and declined to 85 ug/L (approximately 13 ppmv) at the end of the pilot test. Extraction rates varied from 0.7 Ib/day PCE initially, to 0,5 Ib/day, at the end of the test. The total PCE extracted during the test is estimated at approximately 3.0 pounds (23.6 pounds total for both 5-day tests). On March 8, 2002, Apex introduced 110 pounds of potassium permanganate into the groundwater at the site. Permanganate is an agent that oxidizes organic compounds containing carbon-carbon double bonds such as PCE.The County issued a letter on June 20, 2002 requesting a workplan for the installation of an additional well.The consultants performed a soil gas survey to define the plume on July 24, 2002. On December 2, 2002, Sacramento County Environmental Health Department (SCEHD) issued a response to the Workplan conditionally accepting the proposed additional well. One groundwater monitoring well. was installed. PCE at the site is not yet defined. Unknown PCE Source - El Camino and Fulton El Camino Sacramento CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply PCE was discovered beneath LUST Site Chevron Station 9-8966. The one monitoring well shown on the Geotracker map associated with the Chevron Station 9-8966 Site (MW-1) is not located correctly. MW-1 was located at the northeast corner of Fulton and El Camino on the Chevron Station 9-8966 property. MW-1 was destroyed as part of the No Further Action for the Chevron Station Site. FLORIN CLEANERS 6612 FLORIN RD SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) On 14 November 2002, Central Valley Water Board staff notified the property owner of Florin Cleaners of a tetrachloroethene (PCE) detected in a municipal drinking water supply well about 900 feet downgradient of the Site. It is unknown if Florin Cleaners is responsible for the detection. AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC. 7620 WILBUR WAY SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SACRAMENTO COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Well used for drinking water supply, Soil A soil vapor extraction system and two groundwater extraction systems are in operation at the site. As of 1 Nov 2008, the SVE system has removed 3,720 pounds of VOCs. The groundwater extraction and treatment systems treat water from four recovery wells at a combined flow rate of approximately 305 gallons per minute. Groundwater monitoring is conducted quarterly. These two systems have removed approximately 700 pounds of VOCs to date. The current configuration will achieve cleanup goals in approximately 17 years. Subsurface Monitoring LAGUNA 99 CLEANERS 8451 ELK GROVE BLVD ELK GROVE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SACRAMENTO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) All Seasons Cleaners 6705 Winding Way Fair Oaks CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply All Seasons Cleaners currently operates as a dry cleaning facility and used tetrachloroethylene (also known as perchloroethylene, perc or PCE) in its dry cleaning process until November 2011 when the dry cleaner changed to a different process. California Department of Public Health records indicate concentrations of PCE in the three closest municipal wells to the site, which are all owned by the Carmichael Water District. Former Sexton's Dry Cleaner 5800 Broadway Sacramento CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The former Sexton's Dry Cleaners used the dry cleaning solvent perchloroethylene (PCE) from sometime during the 1950's until 1984, when it became a drop-off facility. The release of PCE to groundwater was discovered in 2012 during an environmental assessment of a property across the street, when PCE was discovered in groundwater samples. The present owner of 5800 Broadway is in the process of installing an SVE system as an interim remedial measure to remove PCE from site soil and groundwater. HUHTAMAKI FOODSERVICE INC 8450 GERBER ROAD SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Huhtamaki had two industrial supply wells that were polluted by the PCE plume emanating from the ArmeriPride site. Huhtamaki undertook investigation and closure of the two wells. This work was completed in 2008. ULTIMA CIRCUITS (HK PROPERTIES) 4361 PELL DRIVE SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SACRAMENTO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Printed circuit company operating under tiered permitting overseen by Sacramento County CUPA. Site closed for business in 2010. Initiated site closure investigation as a requirement of tiered operating permit. Site closure investigation completed and closure dcoumentation issued by Sacramento County CUPA on December 28, 2010. Former McKenry One Hour Cleaning 6325 Fair Oaks Boulevard Carmichael CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Various dry cleaning businesses operated at the property between approximately 1965 and 2000, including Payless Cleaners, One Hour Martinizing Cleaners, Wool?s One Hour Martinizing Clothing Cleaners, and McKenry One Hour Cleaning. These businesses used tetrachloroethylene (also known as perchloroethylene, perc or PCE) in their dry cleaning process. Site assessments conducted at the adjacent ARCO site have detected PCE in groundwater at concentrations up to 960 micrograms per liter, with the highest concentrations in the monitoring well located closest to the former McKenry Dry Cleaning property (ARCO MW-5). PCE has also been found in soil vapor beneath the ARCO site at concentrations up to approximately 5,700 parts per billion by volume (about 39,000 micrograms per cubic meter). These results were collected during the course of investigation of a gasoline station fuel release and were not intended to define the extent of PCE impacts to soil, soil vapor, or groundwater in the vicinity of the site. Soil and groundwater samples have previously been collected at the former McKenry Dry Cleaning property in 2001. PCE was detected in soil samples at depths between 4 and 28 feet at concentrations ranging from 0.0008 to 0.97 milligrams per kilogram. A single groundwater sample was also collected beneath the property at a depth of 150 feet and did not contain detectable PCE. However, the groundwater sample was collected significantly deeper than the shallowest first-encountered groundwater and therefore could have missed sampling an on-property discharge of PCE to shallow groundwater. Soil vapor and first-encountered groundwater samples have not been collected beneath the former McKenry Dry Cleaning property. California Department of Public Health records indicate concentrations of PCE in the two closest municipal wells to the site, which are owned by the Carmichael Water District. Sunrise Village Retail Center (Former Dry Cleaner) 7837 Madison Avenue Citrus Heights CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Sunrise Village Retail Center, LP operated the Sunrise Cleaners, a dry cleaning facility located at 7837 Madison Avenue, Citrus Heights, Sacramento County (Site). Historical operation of a dry cleaner at the Site resulted in the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOC?s), including tetrachloroethylene (PCE) in soil and groundwater beneath the Site. The Site is located in a large multi-tenant retail shopping center located on approximately 12 acres of land known as the Sunrise Village Retail Center. The existing shopping center was first constructed circa 1975. Significant Site operations appear limited to a dry cleaning facility that operated in the same tenant space from 1977 to 2010. Regulatory agency records confirm that this onsite dry cleaning facility included the storage and use of the industrial cleaning solvent perchloroethylene (PCE) during this time period. The dry cleaning facility is no longer operating onsite although some equipment and materials remained in the tenant space until 2014. Historical use of the subject Site prior to construction of the existing shopping center generally included a rural residence and vacant undeveloped land back prior to 1937. There are several nearby former gasoline station sites located approximately 500 feet to the east of the Site with a history of soil and groundwater impact that have received case closure under the LUST program from the regulatory agency. Magic Cleaners 5835 Stockton Boulevard Sacramento CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Vapor A dry cleaner has previously operated at the site. Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) was detected at a concentration of 55 ug/L in a sample collected adjacent to the site during a PCE investigation in the area. PARADISE CLEANER 8104 AUBURN BOULEVARD CITRUS HEIGHTS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Investigations conducted at the site have included groundwater sampling, soil vapor sampling, and soil sampling. Trichloroethylene (TCE), tetrachloroethylene (PCE), and cis-1,2 DCE have been detected in samples collected at the site, all common contaminants at dry cleaner sites. CAROUSEL CLEANERS 5019 STOCKTON BLVD SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor, Well used for drinking water supply A related soil vapor and groundwater investigation along the sewer main encountered high concentrations of PCE in soil gas (>1 million ppbv) adjacent to Carousel Cleaners. Groundwater PCE concentrations >200 ug/L were also observed in grab samples. The private sewer lateral on the property also had similar concentrations in soil vapor and groundwater. The RP has been requested to perform sampling on the property since 2004. Soil vapor samples on the property collected in 2009 verified a release of PCE at Carousel. A Technical Reporting Order requiring additional site investigation was issued by the Regional Board in 2011. The current property owner provided a work plan for shallow soil vapor sampling in 2015, but a revised plan including groundwater sampling has been requested. Groundwater Monitoring, Subsurface Monitoring Village Cleaners 2709 Marconi Ave Sacramento CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Vapor See 'Site Maps / Documents'. Also refer to Geotracker Site SL0606781619, Town & Country Shopping Center Glenbrook Shopping Plaza 8700 - 8760 La Riviera Drive Sacramento CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SACRAMENTO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor Site put in Local Remediation Prgram on 6/24/11. GOSS-JEWETT FACILITY (former) 4301 POWER INN ROAD SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Goss-Jewett was a laundary and dry-cleaning chemical supply company that operated from the late 1960's to 1996 at 4301 Power Inn Road, now occupied by The Matress Factory. The property was owned by Mr. Edward Anselmo from 1976 to October 1995, when it was sold to Mr. James Kotrous. On 4 January 1996, Sacramento County Environmental Management Department and the City of Sacramento, Division of Hazardous Materials inspected the site and found approximately 100 55-gallon drums in various stages of decay. An aboveground storage tank contained tetrachloroethylene (PCE) used as a dry-cleaning solvent. The PCE dispenser did not have a nozzle, and according to the Sacramento County incident report, it appeared that PCE had leaked onto the ground. On 20 January 2000, the District Attorney negotiated separate plea agreements with Goss Jewett, which included a $100,000 fine and probation, and Mr. Lamanet, which included a $25,000 fine and probation. The Regional Water Board issued Cleanup and Abatement Order No. R5-2002-0707 (CAO), on 2 May 2002, along with Monitoring and Reporting Program No. R5-2002-0801. On 13 June 2003, the Regional Water Board amended the CAO to provide an agreed upon schedule for assessment and remedial work in CAO No. R5-2003-0702. As of September 2010, these Orders remain in effect. PCE contaimination was fouind in the soil beneath the PCE storage tank and in other areas of the drive at the rear of the facility. Groundwater monitoring found PCE up to 17,000 ug/l beneath the former storage tank. The MCL for PCE is 5 ug/l and the Water Quality Objective for PCE is 0.06 ug/l. Remedial measures include excavation of soil beneath the tank, soil vapor extraction and operation of a dual-density circulation well (DDC) and air-sparging in one monitoring well. PCE in the groundwater has decreased to under 20 ug/l beneath the storage tank. However, monitoring well MW-2, slightly upgradient from the source area, continues to contain about 200 ug/l of PCE. * GOV, Facility Inspection, Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Visual Sacramento Co. Hazmat inspection Cordano Property (FORMER LCO QUALITY CLEANERS) 7006 STOCKTON BLVD. SACRAMENTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply A dry cleaner previously operated at the site. PCE was detected in groundwater beneath the site, and along the sewer line to the south. Assessment of the source and groundwater monitoring are ongoing. VILLAGE CLEANERS 49 NATOMA STREET FOLSOM CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor Village Cleaners is currently operating a dry cleaning business located at 49 Natoma Street, Folsom, Sacramento County. The Discharger is investigating and remediating the volatile organic compound (VOC) pollution in soil and groundwater as a result of dry cleaning operations at the Site. This pollution has impaired the beneficial use of this water resource. NuWay (Former) Dry Cleaners 15595 8th Street Victorville CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor The former dry cleaner was located at 15595 8th Street (the southwest corner of 8th Street and C Street), Victorville, California The county of San Bernardino received the property as a result of tax default.in 2001. The city of Victorville acquired the property from the County for redevelopment in 2007. Phase I and II Environmental Assessments performed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Targeted Brownfield Contractor in 2009 identified chlorinated solvents, primarily tetrachloroehtene (PCE) in soil gas samples. The greatest concentrations were found in the vicinity of floor trenches within the building and along the southwest wall of the building. USEPSA conducted indoor air sampling of nearby buildings. Concentrations of PCE above indoor guidance values were measured in the basement of the school district administrative building to the southwest of the site. Hot spot removal was conducted by USEPA in the vicinity of floor trenches within the building and along the southwest wall of the building. The removal consisted of excavating and disposing of approximately 195 cubic yards of contaminated soil during 2010. Ninyo and Moore installed a soil vapor extraction system (SVE) that operated from September 2010 through July 2011 that removed 540 pounds of PCE. Following hot spot removal and the SVE remediation, USEPA found concentrations of PCE within the acceptable guidance values. In November of 2014 Ninyo and Moore conducted a groundwater investigation that detected PCE, with the greatest concentration being found northeast of the site. The concentrations of PCE reported during the quarterly monitoring have continued to show and increasing trend through 2015. Water Board staff learned in September 2015 that a tailor shop was associated with the NuWay Dry Cleaners. The Tailor Shop was located to the southeast of the cleaners, immediately across the alley. Ninyo and Moore conducted a soil gas survey during January and February 2016 that included the Nuway Dry Clearers parcel and the associated Tailor Shop parcels. Concentrations of PCE were found on all three parcels, with the greatest concentrations being detected near the center of the Nuway Dry Clearers parcel. Site Assessment/Site Investigation ESA Phase II confirmed the release of PCE in soil E & M AIRCRAFT 1480 LINDEN AVENUE N RIALTO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil SUNFLOWER PROPERTY 9755 DISTRIBUTION AVENUE SAN DIEGO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The Sunflower Properties Inc. Site is located at 9755 Distribution Avenue, San Diego, California, the property is 2.12 acres parcel of land (APN 343-100-26). On or about June 15, 1975, the original owners of the site, Nicholas and Hronopoulos, entered into a 10 year lease agreement with Goss-Jewett Company for the Sunflower site. Goss-Jewett was in the business of receiving, selling and distributing perchloroethylene (PCE), a solvent typically used in dry cleaning operations. The PCE contamination at the site resulted from Goss-Jewett's operations between June 1975 and December 1990. Detectable concentrations of PCE in soil vapors ranged from 1.9 to 8444 mg/l. The highest concentrations of PCE in soil vapor were detected at sample points SV-11 (8444 mg/l), and SV-12 (7579 mg/l), located adjacent to the train loading dock on the south side of the site structure. Soil sampling consisted of installing two soil borings in the area where the greatest concentrations of PCE in soil vapors were detected north of the site structure, near the truck loading dock (at sample point SV-2, PCE was detected at 6431 mg/l). PCE concentrations in the soil from the borings were as high as 10,059,000 mg/kg at B-2, (at 2 feet) and 248,863 mg/kg at B-1 (at 2 feet). On June 19, 1997, a technical report was prepared by Dames & Moore and submitted to DTSC. Consequently, on July 24, 1998, DTSC issued an Imminent and Substantial Endangerment (I&SE) order to the Responsible Parties (RPs) to clean up the site. On June 24, 2003, DTSC approved the final Remedial Action Plan (RAP) for the soils operable unit (OU1) and asked the RPs to start investigation on the groundwater & VOCs operable unit (OU2). On June 10, 2005, the RPs submitted the well installation report. On August 4, 2005, the RPs submitted the updated Groundwater Monitoring report. The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board was the Lead Agency for the groundwater issue for investigation and remediation and they transfered it back to DTSC on Jan. 2011. DTSC is following up with the RPs and cosultant to complete vadose zone characterization for VOCs, to stop the downward migration of VOCs and to remediate the entire vadose zone. The new owner of the property now is: Westcore Properties Inc. * Other Means EL NORTE PARKWAY PLAZA 1032 WEST EL NORTE PARKWAY ESCONDIDO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation A sub-slab depressurization system was installed between sampling events as an interim measure to mitigate potential vapor intrusion at the Site. These investigations were requested by Regency to evaluate potential vapor intrusion at the Site. Further assessment is ongoing. Mad Engine 9393 WAPLES ST SAN DIEGO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil The site consists of a relatively small area of impact (approximately 500 to 1,000 square feet), which is part of a large commercial property. The area around the site is dominated by large commercial buildings in the City of San Diego just north of Carroll Canyon. From 1995 to 2004, the site building, in the area of the release, was being utilized by Mad Engine for silk screening. A spot remover containing tetrachloroethene (PCE) was used to remove excess ink from items during the silk screening process. Two 55-gallon drums of the spot remover were observed at the site by the consultant during an environmental investigation. The property owner entered the County of San Diego, Voluntary Assistance Program (VAP) to oversee investigation activities related to PCE-impacted soil observed during phase II activities. Several borings were installed at the site to evaluate potential soil and soil vapor impacts. Assessment activities at the site focused on volatile organic compounds (VOCs), the primary constituents of potential concern in the spot remover. Only PCE was detected in soil with a maximum concentration of 330 micrograms per kilogram. The majority of observed PCE impacts in soil existed between approximately five and ten feet below building slab grade. The consultant concluded that PCE-impacted soil was adequately assessed and estimated that approximately 430 cubic yards of PCE-impacted soil exists at the site. While low levels of 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene and xylenes were observed in soil vapor samples, PCE was not detected above the laboratory reporting limits in soil vapor. The consultant estimated that groundwater was located greater than 100 feet below grade based on available information from sites in the vicinity and ground surface topography. The consultant concluded that groundwater was adequately protected due to the vertical extent of PCE-impacted soil being limited to approximately 10 feet below building slab grade and the estimated depth to groundwater of greater than 100 feet below grade. The consultant recommends that the case be closed. Based on the provided information, the Department of Environmental Health, Site Assessment and Mitigation Program concurs with the consultant. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase II property assessment Business closed down FRAME MARITAL TRUST 8655 COMMERCE AVENUE SAN DIEGO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor On May 5, 2011, DEH received a Limited Phase I and Phase II Site Assessment Report in conjunction with an application for the Voluntary Assistance Program, and case H02503-001 was opened. The report described the current and former use of the site and summarized the results of soil vapor sampling inside and outside the building on site. The site consists of a building constructed in the mid-1970?s which is currently, and has been historically occupied by commercial dry cleaners. Soil vapor samples were obtained from ten locations at one foot below ground surface (bgs). Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) was detected in all soil vapor samples at concentrations of 3,500 to 91,000 micrograms per liter (ug/l) and trichloroethylene (TCE) was detected in five of the soil vapor samples at concentrations of 23-49.6 ug/l. The consultant concluded that a PCE release had occurred on site, which appears to have been located near the dry cleaning machines in the central portion of the property. The consultant states that additional environmental site assessment operations will be necessary to determine the extent of the release. DEH concurred with the consultant?s conclusions. However, the levels of PCE in the soil vapor samples indicate a health risk to the occupants of the building on site. As such, DEH directed the responsible party to prepare an Interim Remedial Action Plan (IRAP) to mitigate the health risk from PCE vapors. DEH determined that additional site assessment, including delineation of the extent of PCE-impacted soil and investigation of potential impacts to groundwater are necessary, and that a workplan describing the proposed assessment should be submitted to DEH for approval prior to performing additional site assessment. DEH recommended that soil borings be completed to a minimum of 50 feet bgs or until PCE and TCE are not detected in two consecutive soil samples. DEH was informed that the building is currently vacant on May 23, 2011, and as a result DEH determined that the IRAP does not need to be completed until the building will be occupied. DEH approved a Site Assessment Work Plan on June 21, 2011. The consultant proposed drilling seven borings; four inside the building to 19 feet and three outside the building to at least 50 feet. Soil samples will be analyzed for chlorinated volative organic compounds. The borings will be completed as monitoring wells if groundwater is encountered. Please see the Environmental Data Tab for additional site-specific information. Site Assessment/Site Investigation PHASE I & II ESA PCE NO LONGER USED ON SITE Mom's Cleaners 5020 Baltimore Drive La Mesa CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) This is a new VAP Case. This section will be updated as data is received. ONE HOUR DRY CLEANERS 115 JAMACHA RD EL CAJON CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Two Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports were completed in 2004 and included soil sampling and analysis inside the building adjacent to the dry cleaning machine and in the boiler room, and outside to the northwest of the building on site. Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) was detected at up to 11,000 micrograms per kilogram (ug/kg) adjacent to the dry cleaning machine. DEH received a request for review of site assessment documents and Voluntary Assistance case number H33964-001 was opened on November 3, 2008. DEH required additional site assessment to delineate the extent of PCE contamination in the soil, investigate potential impacts to groundwater, and address the risk from PCE vapors to occupants of the building on site. Additional soil sampling was completed around the dry cleaning machine in the suite occupied by the dry cleaning operation and the adjacent suite to the north, which is occupied by a salon. Based upon all soil sampling completed on site, the consultant concluded that the extent of PCE-impacted soil was limited and at shallow depths. DEH concurred with this conclusion and determined that the extent of PCE-impacted soil had been assessed. DEH also directed that a monitoring well be installed adjacent to the dry cleaning machine to assess groundwater and that the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system be evaluated due to the unacceptable vapor risk to building occupants indicated by the soil sampling results. A monitoring well was installed adjacent to the dry cleaning machine in August 2010; however, DEH determined that the screen was incorrectly placed in the well and that an additional groundwater monitoring well was required. DEH also required that sub-slab vapor sampling and a human health risk assessment be completed, as well as the previously requested evaluation of the HVAC system. A workplan to complete these activities was approved by DEH on May 2, 2011. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase II ESA Equipment upgrade and secondary containment installed Santa Fe Crossroads 1450 North Santa Fe Avenue Vista CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor This is a new VAP case. This section will be updated as data is received. FORMER AZTEC CLEANERS - CENTREPOINT DEV. 6319 EL CAJON BOULEVARD SAN DIEGO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil The site consists of an approximately 20-foot by 100-foot vacant, unpaved lot that was formerly occupied by Aztec Cleaners. The lot is located within the former College Center shopping mall. The Aztec Cleaners building and the shopping complex buildings have mostly been demolished to allow for construction of a proposed multi-family residential development (Centrepoint). Past environmental assessment activities at the former dry cleaners site, including soil borings and soil vapor sampling, showed that tetrachloroethene (PCE) releases had occurred from the dry cleaning equipment. The site assessments were conducted in 2003 to 2004 under VAP case numbers H00296-001 and H39702-001. DEH closed those cases based on mixed residential and commercial use, but included a closure restriction. The restriction states that the area of the site with known PCE contamination must be redeveloped as a paved entrance way, and no inhabited residential or commercial space is allowed to be built over the PCE-impacted soil, even when the area is paved. This VAP case (#H00296-002) was opened to provide DEH oversight of the excavation and off-site disposal of the remaining PCE-impacted soil at the site to allow for unrestricted residential and commercial use of the property. The known contaminated soil was located in the southern portion of the site, and the maximum reported PCE concentration was 1,100 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/kg) in a soil sample collected at a depth of five feet below ground surface (bgs). Reported PCE concentrations in the other soil samples collected during the 2003/2004 site assessment ranged from less than 5 ╡g/kg (the laboratory reporting limit) to 45 ╡g/kg. The maximum PCE concentration detected in soil vapor samples collected at a depth of 5.5 feet bgs at eight on-site soil boring locations was 10 micrograms per liter (╡g/l). The calculated cancer risk was reported to be 1.9 X 10-07, which is less than the accepted threshold of one-in-one-million. In accordance with a DEH-approved workplan dated April 27, 2012, the environmental consultant excavated the PCE-impacted soil, collected soil confirmation samples from the sidewalls and the base of the excavation, and disposed of the soil at a licensed disposal facility. The soil excavation activities were conducted in October and November 2012, and the final depth of the excavation ranged from approximately six to twenty-six feet bgs. A total of approximately 2,846 tons of PCE-contaminated soil was trucked off-site to the South Yuma County Landfill facility in Yuma, Arizona. Based on the depths of previously-reported contamination, sidewall confirmation samples were collected along the perimeter of the excavation at approximately 30-foot increments, and bottom confirmation samples were collected at a frequency of approximately one every 400 square feet. PCE concentrations in all of the confirmation soil samples were less than 5 ╡g/kg, with one exception. A PCE concentration of 11 ╡g/kg was reported at a depth of 19 feet at one location, but the location was overexcavated to a depth of 20 feet, and PCE was not detected in two confirmation samples collected less than 10 feet away at a depth of twenty feet bgs. Based on the completed remedial excavation activities at the site, the consultant concludes that the site is suitable for residential use without restrictions, and recommends no further action with respect to the presence of PCE in soil at the site. DRY CLEAN 4 LESS 199 N EL CAMINO REAL ENCINITAS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN DIEGO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor DEH received an application for the Voluntary Assistance Program along with a Risk Assessment Report on April 17, 2006. The report summarized the results of soil sampling and air sampling on site. Sampling was initiated due to a fire at the site in 2003 which damaged the dry cleaning machine, resulting in a release of tetrachloroethene (PCE). After the fire, a new dry cleaning machine was installed that does not use PCE. Four soil samples were collected at depths of 2 and 5 feet below ground surface (bgs) from soil borings adjacent to the dry cleaning machine and down-gradient. PCE was detected at 280 micrograms per liter in one soil sample, which was collected at 2 feet bgs inside the building adjacent to the dry cleaning machine. The consultant also collected two air samples from inside the building, and PCE was not detected in the air samples. Based upon these results, the consultant concluded that there was no health risk from PCE vapors. The consultant also concluded that since groundwater in the area is not beneficial and there are no sensitive receptors within 0.5 miles, the risk to the environment from the release is minimal. The consultant recommended that the case be closed. DEH reviewed the file in August 2011, as the case has been inactive since 2006. The SAM Vapor Risk Model was used to estimate the cancer risk from PCE vapors, which was 5.96 x 10-6. Since this exceeds the DEH threshold of 1 in 1 million, the cancer risk is not acceptable. As a result, DEH can not close the case unless it is demonstrated that the PCE release does not pose a health risk. Towards that end, soil vapor sampling is necessary. Note that the air sampling previously completed is not valid as the guidelines for air sampling in the SAM Manual were not followed. A minimum of four vapor probes are required within the general area of the dry cleaning machine with a minimum of two soil vapor sampling events over a 2-3 week period. DEH recommends that a workplan be submitted to DEH for review prior to commencing soil vapor sampling. Property Sale/Transaction SOIL SAMPLING PCE NO LONGER USED ON SITE WHITE CLEANERS (former) 2829 24th St San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Former dry cleaner. From 1996 to 1999, several investigations were completed at the site to evaluate soil and groundwater quality. Elevated concentrations of halogenated volatile organic compounds (VOCs), specifically the dry cleaning solvent PCE, were detected in soil and groundwater during these investigations. The approximately 2,400-square-foot building reportedly was constructed in the 1920s and was occupied by White Cleaners, a laundry and dry cleaning establishment, from approximately 1953. The site is located within a larger 0.23-acre lot occupied by commercial and residential structures. Three groundwater monitoring wells (MW-1, MW-2, and MW-3) were installed at the Site in January 1997. In December 1997, approximately 41 tons of impacted soils were excavated from an area to the south of the building, and 700 gallons of impacted groundwater containing separate phase solvent product were pumped from the excavation. During the excavation work, and during previous site investigations, a concrete slab was encountered at an approximate depth of 3.5 fbg beneath the building and the area immediately to the south of the building. In the area to the south of the building, the slab was observed to transition to a lower tier approximately 4 feet in width and approximately 6 fbg. The upper portion of the slab appeared to slope toward this lower tier, which essentially formed a below grade containment sump. It appeared that the slab had acted as at least a partial barrier to the downward migration of contaminants. The excavation was backfilled with drain rock and two 4- inch diameter slotted pipes (OW-1 and OW-2) were installed in the sump area for future monitoring purposes. In November 2004, three offsite exploratory borings (EB-8 through EB-10) and seven offsite monitoring wells (MW-4 through MW-10) were installed. In October 26, 2005, one additional deep groundwater monitoring well (MW-11) was installed onsite. A well survey was completed in 2004. The well survey area covered an area 1,000 feet downgradient (southeast) of the Site, based on the established groundwater flow direction, and 500 feet in the upgradient and crossgradient directions. No documented irrigation/potable wells were identified in the well study area based on the available records.In June 2007 an ozone sparge (OS) and soil vapor extraction system (SVE) was installed to remediate PCE impacted soil and ground water beneath the site and to help reduce the PCE concentration of vapors that were migrating into the onsite nearby structures.. Nine (9) CPT borings were advanced in October 2008 to depths ranging from 44 to 60 fbg. Based on the grab groundwater data collected during this investigation, and on the historical trends observed in Site monitoring wells during quarterly monitoring and sampling events, the dissolved phase plume is adequately defined both laterally and vertically. The OS system was turned off in 2014. Currently (2016), the SVE system is operating and maintained to assist in further decreasing PCE concentrations in soil vapor and to serve as a mitigation measure to limit vapor intrusion into nearby structure. Other Means, Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Busy Bee Laundry & Cleaners 40 NORTH MAIN STREET Lodi CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Former dry cleaning facility in City of Lodi. In 1989, elevated levels of PCE was detected in groundwater. Sewer lines appeared to be the preferential pathway for PCE migration. In 2005, two SVE/GASS remediation systems were constrcuted. Continuous operation of the SVE/GASS system and quarterly monitoring is ongoing. C&S ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 5756 PACIFIC AVE. STOCKTON CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil The first site development was construction of a gasoline service station on the northeastern corner of Pacific Avenue and Robinhood Drive in the late 1960s to early 1970s. The building that houses the dry-cleaning facility was later constructed in the early to mid-1980s. A dry-cleaning facility has been present at the location indicated on Figure 2 since construction of that building in the early to mid-1980s. The Site is currently occupied by the Robinhood Plaza Shopping Center. Hazardous substances are stored and used at only a few tenant spaces, including C&S One Hour Martinizing facility, and Smilecare (dentistry). Mr. Charles Patel, the owner of C&S One Hour Martinizing, has operated the drycleaning business at this location for approximately 19 years. Mr. Patel informed LFR?s representative that he stopped using PCE approximately 5 years ago and began using a silicone-based solvent produced by GreenEarth Cleaning. According to information provided by GreenEarth Cleaning, the silicone-based solvent is an odorless, non-volatile organic compound that breaks down into water, carbon dioxide, and sand. This material is stored in two cylinders located on the side of the drycleaning machine. Mr. Patel noted that the filters in the cylinders are replaced approximately every six months. The filters are removed from the Site by Technichem and disposed of as hazardous waste as a precaution to address the possibility that clothing previously cleaned at other dry-cleaning facilities could contain PCE. City of Lodi Groundwater Plumes - CITY OF LODI GROUNDWATER PLUMES- LODI PCE (CENTRAL PLUME AREA) 221 WEST PINE LODI CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The City of Lodi is remediating volatile organic compound pollution including tetrachloroethene (PCE), trichloroethene (TCE), cis-1,2-dichloroethene, and trans-1,2-dichloroethene (1,2-DCE) in soil and groundwater as a result of dry cleaning and newspaper printing operations at the Central Plume plume source area. The Central Plume is approximately one mile in length, oriented predominantly from north to south, and turning southeast at the down gradient end. Groundwater flow is south to southeast. Marlowe Property 4648 WATERLOO ROAD Stockton CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) In 1993, analytical results of groundwater samples collected from monitoring wells and/or private water wells showed the presence of HVOCs including 1,1 Dichloroethene, Methylene Chloride, 1,2 Dichloroethane, 1,1 Dichloroethane, Chloroform, 1,1,1, Trichloroethane, TCE, and 1,2 Dichloroethene. No concentrations were included in the documentation. The Stockton Warehousing & Industrial Center (SWIC) site (Global ID T0607700196) is a closed UST case adjacent to the property. The SWIC case file states that it was formerly identified as 4648 East Waterloo Road (same address at this property). In 1988, on 550-gallon underground storage tank (UST) was removed from the SWIC site. Several investigations were conducted and the UST case was closed by San Joaquin County Environmental Health Department (SJEHD) on 28 October 2011. SWIC monitored the domestic well and 1,2-DCA was not detected above laboratory detection limits. The investigations conducted at the SWIC site (which appears to be the same address as this property) are sufficient to close the Site. Drinking water in the area is provided by the City of Stockton municipal wells and no wells are located within 2,000 feet of the property. Del Monte Foods, Plant #33 2716 EAST MINER AVENUE Stockton CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) In August 1994, PCE was found at 57 ug/L in on-site supply Well #1, which was subsequently shut down. PCE was also found at 0.8 ug/L in Well #3, which had not been operating. DTSC and Del Monte don't believe it was from Del Monte, but don't know where the PCE came from. State agencies were notified, the wells were shut down. City of Lodi Groundwater Plumes - City of Lodi Groundwater Plumes- Guild Cleaners 17 SOUTH CHURCH STREET Lodi CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Well used for drinking water supply Considered a primary source of pollution to the Lodi Central Plume. LODI NEWS SENTINEL/ Beckman Capitol Coporation 212 WEST PINE STREET LODI CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The Lodi News Sentinel is next door to Guild Cleaners, who used PCE. The News Sentinel used spent PCE from guild cleaners to clean their equipment. Both Guild and News Sentinel are now part of the Lodi Central Plume, handled under Geotracker case SL0607724728. Therefore, this entry is closed. Please see this case for more information. THIS SITE IS PART OF THE LODI CENTRAL AREA PLUME, WHICH WAS DISCOVERED WHEN MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER WELLS WERE IMPACTED. Cain Electrical Works 230 N Church St Lodi CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor The former Cain Electrical Works occupied 230 North Church Street in Lodi between about 1950 and the early 2000?s and used tetrachloroethene (PCE) for cleaning metals in its business operations for at least a portion of its occupancy. Elevated levels of PCE have been found in soil vapor beneath the former facility which is now an empty lot. Groundwater is about 50 feet below ground surface. Soil vapor samples have contained up to 10,600 micrograms per cubic meter of PCE. Groundwater samples have not contained any detectable volatile organic compounds. A soil vapor extraction system was operated in 2015. HAYWARD LUMBER 236 HIGUERA ST SAN LUIS OBISPO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply This site was part of Well Investigation Program. Possible source for wells impacted by PCE. * Inactive Case * Property Sale/Transaction unknown remove drum storage area ONE HOUR MARTINIZING, FORMER 5556 CABRILLO HIGHWAY PACIFICA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. * SA CARLOS CLEANERS 1000 LAUREL SAN CARLOS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Extracted from AllWest's April 9, 2004 2003-2004 Groundwater Sampling and Site Conditions Summary Report, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. The subject Property is a rectangular shaped parcel located on the southern comer of the intersection of Laurel Street and Morse Boulevard, in San Carlos, San Mateo County California. The building was reportedly built in 1945. The building is constructed on a concrete slab with no basement and was utilized as a marker until 1976. From 1976 till September 2001 the northern portion of the building was occupied by Carlos' Dry Cleaners. Dry cleaning equipment that utilized PCE was used onsite. Since that time the building has been extensively remodeled. Currently a chiropractic office and an allergy clinic occupy the southern portion of the building (lease spaces I and 2). A drop off location for Carlos Dry Cleaners occupies the northern portion of the building (lease space 4). No active dry cleaning activities occur at this location. Lease space 3, the area where former dry cleaning operations occurred, is currently occupied by an urologist office. The subject property is at approximately 25 feet above mean sea level on a gently sloping plain that dips eastward to San Jose Bay. The United States Geologic Survey (USGS) has mapped the area as Quaternary alluvial deposits that have been eroded off the Santa Cruz Mountains that rise to the west. Based on previous investigations. subsurface site soil consists of gravel till immediately underneath the concrete slab to an approximate depth of 8 inches. Below the gravel fill, a grayish brown. silty clay was encountered to an approximate depth of 8 to 10 feet. Based on visual observation it is anticipated that this material will exhibit Ion. permeability and will yield water at a slow. rate. Below the clay, silty sand, sand and gravel sediments were encountered. These coarse grained units were saturated and rapidly yielded water. Static groundwater was encountered ar a depth of approximately 4 feet. The shallow clay yielded water slowly. The lower coarse grained sediments readily yielded water. which rises rapidly indicating confined conditions. Regional groundwater flow is to the northeast, concurrent with the trend of the regional topography. PIERS completed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for the subject property in March 2002. PIERS concluded that with the exception of the use of the dry cleaning equipment and PCE there are no other environmental concerns regarding the Property. Because of this concern PIERS conducted a Phase I1 investigation in March 2002 that consisted of shallow soil sampling in and around the dry cleaning machines as well as a drain outside the building (maximum depth explored 2.5 feet). Seven soil samples were collected and five samples analyzed for PCE and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by EPA Method 8010. PCE was detected in the four soil samples collected from the interior of the building. No other chemicals were detected. In May 2002, AllWest performed a subsurface investigation that consisted of advancing four geoprobe borings (B1 through 84). Eight soil samples and three groundwater samples were analyzed for VOCs and naphtha. PCE was detected in shallow soil samples with concentrations decreasing with depth. PCE along with two of its breakdown products were detected in the groundwater samples. Naphtha was not detected in any of the samples collected. Based on the results of the investigation, AllWest concluded that historic operations in the vicinity of the dry cleaner had resulted in the release of PCE and recommended that furthe1 characterization of the lateral extent be performed. In June 2002 EnviroVision, Inc. advanced 13 soil borings (SB- 1 through SB- 13) both inside and outside of the building and collected soil and groundwater samples for VOC analysis. Results of the investigation documented that concentrations of PCE in soil decreased with depth. PCE was detected in all groundwater samples submitted for analysis. Various PCE breakdown products were also detected in some of the water samples. EnviroVision recommended additional sire characterization to further define the extent of PCE in soil and groundwater. In addition. they also proposed an interim remedial action. Consisting of excavating soil containing elevated levels of PCE from the interior of the building. In September 2002 EnviroVision oversaw the excavation of approximately >6 cubic yards of soil from the interior of the building near the location of the former dry cleaning operation. Soil was excavated to a depth of approximately 5.5 feet where groundwater was encountered. 13 confirmation soil samples were collected from the sidewalls and bottom of the excavation. Approximately 150 gallons of water were removed from the excavation. A "grab" groundwater sample was collected from the excavation after recharge. Soil and groundwater samples were analyzed by an on-site laboratory. PCE was detected in all soil and groundwater samples collected from the excavation. After sampling approximately 60 pounds of a hydrogen release compound (HRC) was poured into the excavation. HRC was added to the subsurface to stimulate anaerobic microbial growth which in turns enhances the rate of biodegradation of chlorinated solvents. The excavation was then backfilled with a 3/8 inch gravel from the bottom of the excavation to an approximate depth of 2 feet. Graded sub-base was placed over the gravel and the cement floor was replaced. EnviroVision concluded that PCE concentrations detected in the confirmation sample were below risk based screening level (RBSL) for commercial use. Additional groundwater characterization was recommended. In December 2002, SOMA Corporation prepared a human health risk assessment for the facility. The purpose of the assessment was to "evaluate the appropriateness of future tenant occupancy" and provide supporting documentation for site closure. Based on maximum concentrations of PCE in soil a site specific evaluation of the risk for the indoor air inhalation pathway was performed. The result of the assessment indicate that the cancer risk did not exceed a one in a million and the "PCE in soil does not appear to propose a risk of adverse public health effects for tenant occupancy by a urologist using the premise for his practice." The SMCHSA, in a February 2003 letter, approved occupancy of the lease space by the urologist. Other Means Redwood City Solvent Detections 1600 El Camino Real Redwood City CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Chlorinated solvents were detected in the vicinity of the Towne Ford (San Mateo Case Number 330023) case. It is unclear if the chlorinated solvents are attributable to Town Ford or an unknown release at another property. FASHION CLEANERS 336 WOODSIDE PLAZA REDWOOD CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Extracted from AllWest's August 8, 2005 Subsurface Investigation and Conduit Assessment and December 12, 2008 Site Characterization Report, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. Redwood Shopping Plaza is located in a mixed residential and commercial area of Redwood City on the west side of Woodside Road. The subject property is bound by residences to the north and west, retail businesses to the south and Woodside Road and retail businesses, including a dry cleaner and Shell station, to the east. Historical research indicates the subject property was vacant and undeveloped prior to construction of the existing shopping center in the 1950s. A Union gas station was present on the subject property from approximately the 1960s to the early 1990s. Historical documents indicated the presence of dry cleaners at the subject property from at least the 1960s. The subject property is currently developed with eleven single-story commercial buildings which comprise approximately 171,832 leaseable square feet. The surface topography of the site is relatively flat, sloping gently to the northeast. In November 2002 MACTEC performed a Phase and Phase II investigation of the subject property. A Phase III investigation was completed in January 2005. To evaluate on and off-site environmental concerns, MACTEC reviewed a site specific Environmental Data Resources, Inc. (EDR) report which reviewed agency lists/databases for recorded sites within the industry standard search radii. The subject property, specifically Fashion Cleaners and Helen?s Cleaners, were listed on the RCRIS-SQG, and HAZNET databases. The Union gas station formerly present at the subject property (1500 Woodside Road) was listed on the ERNs, LUST, Historical UST and Cortese databases. MACTEC indicated that no information was available concerning former UST removals at the facility, but that the facility received regulatory case closure in May 2000. MACTEC also reviewed records concerning the Shell station, 1667 Woodside Road, located immediately east-southeast of the subject property across Woodside Road and listed on the LUST database. MACTEC?s review of the County records indicated that soil vapor extraction and groundwater extraction and treatment systems were operating at the site as a result of discovered soil and groundwater contamination. Quarterly groundwater monitoring results from 2004 indicated that concentrations of TPHg and MTBE of 300 and 3.7 ppb, respectively were present in a well approximately 120 feet northeast of the subject property. MACTEC concluded that the onsite extraction system was effectively capturing contaminated groundwater and there was a low likelihood that the subject property would be affected by the Shell station. Several other sites in the subject property vicinity were listed on environmental databases; however, based on distance, groundwater gradient and/or site status considerations, none of these sites are likely to have impacted the subject property. Based on the long-term historical operation of dry cleaning facilities on the subject property, MACTEC performed a Phase II assessment in the vicinity of the dry cleaners in November 2004. Two soil borings were advanced to a maximum depth of approximately 31 feet below ground surface (bgs) in close proximity to Fashion Cleaners and Helen?s Cleaners. Samples were collected at approximately 5-foot intervals and screened for the presence of organic vapors with an organic vapor meter (OVM). A grab groundwater sample was also collected from each boring. One soil sample from each boring near the soil/groundwater interface was retained for analysis. The soil and groundwater samples were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The results of analysis indicated the presence of PCE in the soil and groundwater samples collected near Fashion Cleaners at concentrations of 5.8 and 100 ppb, respectively. PCE was detected in soil and groundwater from the boring near Helen?s Cleaners at 810 and 1400 ppb, respectively. No other VOCs were detected. Based on the results of the previous soil and groundwater survey, MACTEC performed an additional investigation at the subject property in January 2005. The investigation included collection of soil, soil vapor and grab groundwater samples from nine borings advanced on the subject property. All samples were analyzed for the presence of VOCs. Soil analyses did not identify PCE in any of the samples. Trichloroethene (TCE), a degradation product of PCE, was detected in one sample and duplicate sample. In groundwater, PCE was detected in four borings at concentrations ranging from 0.72 to 44 ppb. No other analytes were detected in groundwater. Concentrations of PCE in groundwater were below the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) environmental screening level (ESL) for PCE of 120 ppb, but, with one exception, were above the U.S. EPA drinking water maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 5 ppb. Analysis of soil gas samples, which were collected from depths of 1, 5 and 10 feet bgs indicated the presence of PCE, benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene, xylenes and 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene. Except for the PCE, the detections were consistent with petroleum hydrocarbons. Detected levels of these chemicals were below applicable screening levels. Detected concentrations of PCE ranged from 860 to 70,000 micrograms per cubic meter (ug/m3), with the highest concentrations detected adjacent at Fashion Cleaners. Levels detected at both dry cleaning locations were above the ESL of 1,400 ug/m3 for commercial/industrial use. MACTEC also performed a sensitive receptor survey for the site, which identified one monitoring well within 1/8 mile downgradient of the subject property with the potential to be affected by the onsite contaminant plume. However, because the well was not a drinking water well, MACTEC concluded that it was unlikely that the onsite contamination would affect drinking water. Investigation activities conducted between August and November 2008 including a sensitive receptor survey, soil sampling via geoprobe, semi-permanent soil vapor probe installation and sampling and lastly, groundwater well construction, development and sampling. Thirty-five soil samples were collected from six geoprobe and four monitoring well borings. Six ?grab? groundwater samples were collected from geoprobe borings. Groundwater samples were collected from each of the four monitoring wells; vapor samples were collected from each for the four sub-slab soil vapor points. levels exceeding corresponding ESLs. Fashion Cleaners appears to have experienced a smaller PCE release as exhibited by lower soil and groundwater contamination levels and aerial extent of impacted area. Soil vapor data was unusable due to high concentrations of ambient air. Helen?s Cleaners has a larger area of PCE impacted soil and groundwater. Groundwater contamination originating from this location has likely migrated off-site across Woodside Road. Sampling data scheduled to be collected from the Shell Station will provide further insight to plume characteristics. Soil vapor levels exceeded the ESL at Helen?s. Quarterly sampling of installed vapor probes will provide data to further assess initial sample results. Previous investigations at the property indicate sub-surface utility lines are unlikely preferential pathways for the movement of groundwater due to their relatively shallow depth. Soil vapor sampling data collected at Helen?s Cleaners indicate PCE concentrations detected in a vapor sample is likely due to the movement of the gas through adjacent sewer lines. Quarterly monitoring of the soil vapor probes will provide additional data to further assess soil gas migration away from the release source area. AllWest updated a sensitive receptor survey conducted in 2004 for the adjoining Shell gas station by conducting additional field research. The subject site?s PCE release will not impact identified sensitive receptors in the area. * SA 855 MALCOLM ROAD 855 MALCOLM ROAD BURLINGAME CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil * Other Means TRANSFER FROM LOCAL AGENCY DUE TO INACTION OF PROPERTY OWNERS 39-49 El Camino Real 39-49 El Camino Real Millbrae CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The site is a multiple unit commercially developed building; a former dry cleaning operation existed in the area of the site that is currently used as an asphaltic paved parking lot. The operations of the former dry cleaner were from approximately 1961 through the early 1980?s. The Limited Phase 2 ESA report prepared by Harris & Lee Environmental Sciences, LLC (HLENV) in January 2011 provides info about elevated concentrations of PCE in soil vapor, soil, and shallow groundwater beneath the subject site. The report documenting the further shallow soil characterization, shallow monitoring well installation, well development, survey, and January 2012 monitoring event was prepared by HLENV in April 2012. Two (2) groundwater monitoring wells installed into the shallow aquifer underlying the site (30 ft bgs); MW-1 up to 15,000 ug/L of PCE; P-11 soil sample at 3 ft bgs contained 660 ug/kg of PCE. Residual PCE remains in shallow soils and groundwater beneath the site that is most likely a result of previous site use (dry cleaner). An active gasoline station and underground storage tank (UST) investigation site located two parcels to the southeast at the intersection (western corner) of Millbrae Avenue and El Camino Real (5 El Camino Real). There is a monitoring well (MW-16) located on the subject site related to this nearby UST investigation. Sampling of that well has resulted in the detection of non-petroleum hydrocarbon related constituents PCE (1,000 ug/L) and TCE (26 ug/L).The local groundwater gradient during 1/2012 monitoring was very flat (0.009 ft/ft) in a southeast direction (S49E). 9/2012 groundwater monitoring results: MW-1 22,000 ug/L of PCE; MW-16 740 ug/L of PCE and 21 ug/L of TCE. Former Edgewater Cleaners 901 Edgewater Boulevard Foster City CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor Louie's Cleaners 8 17th Avenue San Mateo CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Subsurface investigations conducted for 2 nearby LUST cases identified PCE in groundwater. 2/26/15 PSA completed for 1643 South El Camino Real included borings in front of Louie's Cleaners and reported PCE of up to 0.39 ppm in soil and 21,000 ppb in groundwater. 10/28/15 intro letter sent to owner of Louie's. Site Assessment/Site Investigation subsurface investigation discontinued use of PCE Crest Cleaners (Former) 118 Skycrest Center San Bruno CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Under Investigation Site opened 3/8/2012 Site Assessment/Site Investigation 290 South Maple 290 South Maple Avenue South San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Part of contamination appears to be related to release at 416 Browning Way (see 41S0175), which is still being characterized. Contamination under 290 So Maple building is being addressed and interim remediation (soil excavation and disposal) has occurred. Site will perform semiannual gw monitoring only (starting 1st quarter 2010) pending the characterization of 416 Browning Way, and next steps regarding additional remediation will be determined at that time. Order No. R2-2015-0047 Adoption of SCR for American Linen Supply Co., Maryatt Investments, Inc., Charles Maryatt, and David Maryatt for the property located at 290 South Maple Avenue, SSF adopted by the Regional Water Board on Nov. 18, 2015. The Order requires the dischargers to characterize the extent of contaminants in soil and groundwater, to carry out interim remedial actions, and to prepare a final cleanup plan to address soil and groundwater contamination at the site. Site Assessment/Site Investigation SHARON HEIGHTS CLEANERS 325 SHARON PARK DRIVE MENLO PARK CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. * SA, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase II (discovered date is lab reporting date) One Hour Dry Cleaning 100 El Camino Real San Bruno CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil PCE detected in groundwater sampling at the nearby LUFT case (1770 El Camino Real) prompted GPP to request an investigation at this nearby dry cleaner. Dry cleaning operations have been at this location from approximately 1967 to at least 2012. Sampling conducted in March 2016 found PCE to be present onsite in both soil and groundwater. Site Assessment/Site Investigation GRAND ROEBLING PROPERTY 317 ROEBLING SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Can be extracted from Environ's October 6, 2005 Workplan for Additional Subsurface Investigations report in Geotracker, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. * SA former PENINSULA CLEANERS - offsite 285 BROADWAY MILLBRAE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation Dry Cleaners formerly located at 285 Broadway; case referred from San Mateo County 6/30/06 Source removal complete, onsite contamination limited to soils only, has been successfully remediated "No Further Active Remediation" letter issued for 285 Broadway only. Offsite characterization incomplete; groundwater contamination likely extends across Broadway. This is considered a separate release and does not affect 285 Broadway. * SA BOREL SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 35-93 BOVET ROAD SAN MATEO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Extracted from CDM's November 20, 2009 Work Plan Addressing Vapor Intrusion Risk Evaluation, Groudnwater Monitoring, and Well Decommissioning, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. The Site is part of the 7.6-acre Borel Square Shopping Center owned by the Borel Estate Company. The shopping center includes two single-story buildings with a total of approximately 92,629 square feet in commercial space. Current occupants include a grocery store, several restaurants, and several retail facilities. The Site is located in the approximate center of the shopping center. The shopping center is bounded to the east by South El Camino Real and Highway 92 to the south, and is located in a suburban setting characterized by commercial office and retail development along with single- and multi-family residential development. The shopping center was developed on the subject parcel in 1967 prior to which it had been occupied by a church since 1940s. Full-service dry cleaning operations have been conducted at the Site since the shopping center was constructed in 1967. The current operator has been onsite for approximately eight (8) years. The dry cleaning process was recently upgraded to incorporate the use of eco-friendly cleaning solvents. Prior to the upgrade, the dry cleaning process utilized tetrachloroethene (PCE), a dry cleaning solvent, in a closed loop system. The PCE was stored in a chamber in the dry cleaning machine. Upon completion of the cleaning cycle, the PCE was recycled via carbon filters and a built-in still. The machine was sealed during the cleaning cycle to prevent emissions to the atmosphere from the stack and the discharge of vapors into the building. The vapors were condensed for reuse at the end of the cleaning cycle. The dry cleaning machine was underlain with a steel secondary container in order to prevent spills onto the concrete flooring. Approximately 75 gallons of PCE were used by the dry cleaning machine per month. The impurities were accumulated as sludge from the recovered and condensed fluid. The sludge was removed on an as-needed basis and placed in a properly labeled and sealed 35-gallon drum, stored behind the dry cleaning machine. The sludge and spent filters were removed on a periodic basis by Technichem, Inc. for proper disposal. Previous Site investigations include: �� Phase II Soil and Groundwater Investigation. �� Phase I Preliminary Site Assessment. �� Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). �� Phase II ESA. �� Phase II Remedial Investigation. �� Soil Vapor Survey. �� Remedial Action Plan. �� Soil Vapor Extraction Implementation Report. �� Development of Target Cleanup Goals and Request for Closure Sampling. Based on the existing information regarding local geology obtained from the previous investigations, the Site is situated on the alluvial plain that extends along the margins of the San Francisco Bay and, regionally, is underlain by thick alluvial deposits. The Site is underlain by fill material (sand, silt, and gravel) to a depth of approximately 2 or 3 feet below ground surface (bgs). The fill material is underlain by silty clay with rounded gravel pebbles to depths of at least 43 feet bgs. Although static groundwater levels in the existing five monitoring wells range from approximately 12 to 17 feet bgs, none of the groundwater monitoring wells are screened across a common interval. Therefore, a groundwater gradient and direction could not be determined from the historic data. Based on previous Site characterization data, soil vapor extraction (SVE) of VOCs was implemented as the selected remedial action. SVE system operation is currently ongoing. The SVE system consists of four extraction wells (SVE-16 through SVE-19) located in the vicinity of the dry cleaning machine. The extracted vapors are treated using two carbon canisters in series with treated vapors discharged under a permit from Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD). The SVE system currently operates daily for six hours. Monthly monitoring of system parameters includes flow rate and photoionization detector (PID) readings as a measure of VOC concentrations at the inlet and the outlet to the carbon filters. Quarterly SVE reports are provided to GPP to document system performance and PCE mass removal. Detailed information on SVE system design and operation is provided in the SVE Implementation Report. Other Means NORGE/ ATHERTON CLEANERS, FORMER 1438 EL CAMINO REAL MENLO PARK CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. * SA BLU-WHITE LAUNDRY 80 NORTH B STREET SAN MATEO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Surface water The Site (a former dry cleaner) is located downtown San Mateo. The Site was used for laundry cleaning until the 1970's where it shifted into a dry cleaning operation. Since the mid 80's the Site has been vacant. There is a building on the Site which is currently not utilized. The latest groundwater/ soil information was collected in 1998 and 1999. The analysis focused on metals and VOCs in soils and VOCs in groundwater. Arsenic ESLs are exceeded in shallow soils with a commercial/industrial screening and groundwater used for drinking water purposes. PCE, TCE, cis-DCE, VC ESLs are exceeded with similar screening site use scenario. PCE concentrations are as high as 640 ppb in groundwater. Piezometers are installed at the Site. Their adequacy for sampling purposes is unknown. There are no permanent groundwater monitoring points. The highest VOCs detections are found near a sump and sanitary sewer areas. It is the consultant position that off site contamination may have contributed to the groundwater impacts as detected near the sanitary areas. In May 2000, Water Board staff approved a mitigation plan (which has not been implemented) consisting of excavating X cubic feet of soil to a depth of 30 feet bgs. A site management plan, an updated health and safety plan and schedule for off-site are missing from the record. Full groundwater delineation has not been completed. A risk assessment dated March 2000, estimated the total excess cancer risk to 3x10E-7 for off site residents and 6X10E-8 for off site workers. The Site is slatted for mixed use redevelopment to include condos above businesses and a 3 levels garage (including one level at -10 feet bgs grade). However, as of July 2008 it is unclear if the current building will be razed in the near future. It is against city policy to tear down a building and leave a vacant lot. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase 2 ESA Blu-White Laundry operated form 1948 to 1994. Former California Plating 1083 American San Carlos CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation See Reports for site history Site Assessment/Site Investigation site closure investigation buisness not operating, facility closed Sterling Cleaners 1140 Howard Avenue Burlingame CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Case opened 2015, no signed RAA, out of compliance (6/18/2015) CITIBANK/BETTY-BRITE CLEANERS (FORMER) 446 BROADWAY MILLBRAE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Extracted from Toxichem's June 8, 2007 Sub-Slab Vapor Extraction Feasibility Testing Report, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. The subject site consist of a rectangular shaped parcel measuring approximately 25 feet by 100 feet in plan area. The site is developed to its boundary limits with a single-story structure. The site is bound by cit sidewalk and Broadway on the southwest, an asphalt-paved alley onthe northeast, a city-owned landscaped area and asphalt-paved parking lot on the southeast and by an immediately-adjacent structure (Sixteen Mile House restaurant) on the northwest. The site was previously used as a Citibank branch and recently has been modified and improved to operate as a real estate office. The site has its main entrance at the south corner of the building along Broadway and a rear access door at the east corner of the building along the alley. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) performed by Hillmann Environmental Group (HEG) in 2003 identified that the site was historically used as a laundromat with dry-cleaning machine in the 1960?s. During a review of files at the City of Millbrae Building Department, PSI located a site plan for the former ?Betty Brite Coin-O-Mat? located at the subject address, dated June 16, 1964. The site plan showed the locations of an existing (at that time) drycleaning unit (Detrex C-0-6-1) and the proposed location for a second cleaning unit (Prosperity 6-A). The historic plan indicates that the facility had the same basic building footprint as the current structure, however the Broadway entrance was more centrally located on the southwest wall and there used to be a door on the southeast side of the building, facing the parking lot. No door at the alley is noted in the historic site plan. It is not known at this time whether the building was remodeled to the current configuration, or was demolished with a new structure built in its place. HEG performed a Phase II subsurface investigation to assess soil and groundwater conditions due to the presence of the former dry-cleaning machine(s). The Phase II investigation included the drilling of three hydraulic push borings (P1 through P3) with P1 located on Broadway in front of the subject bank building and P2 and P3 drilled in the alley at the rear of the building. Borings P1 and P3 were advanced to 11 feet below ground surface (bgs), while P2 was advanced to 16 feet bgs. Soil at the site consisted of interlayered silty sand and clay, with groundwater encountered at approximately 8 feet bgs in each of the borings. The HEG report stated that groundwater flow was expected to be towards San Francisco Bay (to the northeast). Soil samples were collected for chemical analyses at 10 or 11 feet bgs in Borings P1 through P3. Groundwater was also first encountered at approximately 8 feet bgs and collected for chemical analyses from each of the three borings. The soil and groundwater samples were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by Cal Tech Environmental Laboratories according to EPA Method 8260B. The results of the analyses indicated that PCE was detected only in the soil and groundwater samples collected from boring P2 at concentrations of 0.21 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) and 760 micrograms per liter (∞g/l), respectively. Trichloroethene (TCE) was also detected in the P2 groundwater sample at a concentration of 18 ∞g/l. HEG recommended that additional investigation be completed at the site. PSI performed a utility survey in June, 2004 with identified utility locations. Underground utilities at the site include water, electric, gas, and sewer lines. In conversation between PSI and Mr. Martin Creane of the City of Millbrae Streets Department it was stated that the exact depth of the sewer line going into the building was unknown, but it would not be deeper than the main line that runs along Millbrae Avenue (approximately 5 feet bgs). In a conversation between PSI and Mr. Kenneth Huo of the City of Millbrae Building Department it was stated that water, electric, and gas lines are typically not below 5 feet bgs. During the meeting between PSI and Mr. Huo, a site plan was found dated, June 16, 1964, of the former Betty Brite Coin-O-Mat located at the subject address. This plan shows the location of what appears to be a current (at that time) dry-cleaning unit (Detrex C-0-6-1) and the proposed location for a second cleaning unit (Prosperity 6-A). It is not known whether the proposed Prosperity unit was ever installed. The sewer line entering the building is located on the southern portion of the building, while the former dry-cleaning units are on the eastern portion of the building. Based on a groundwater depth of approximately 8 feet, utility lines in the upper 5 feet of soil, the lack of utility lines in the immediate area of the dry-cleaning units, the discontinued use of the dry-cleaning machine, and the lack of contaminants in the groundwater sample from HEG Boring P1 (located next to the sewer line), PSI concluded that the utility lines at the site do not appear to be a current conduit for migration of contamination in the saturated or unsaturated zone. PSI advanced three borings on December 22, 2005; Boring B-1 was advanced adjacent to the former boiler room and Borings B-2 and B-3 were advanced in the locations of the former Prosperity and Detrex dry-cleaning Units, respectively. Soil samples were collected for chemical analyses from all the borings and a groundwater sample was collected from Boring B-3. Borings B-1 and B-2 were only advanced to approximately 5-feet bgs due to equipment limitations relating to ceiling height restrictions. The analytical results indicated the following: ? At Boring B-1, PCE was only detected in the soil sample from the 4 feet bgs (0.036 mg/kg) and not from the shallow soil sample collected at 0.5 feet bgs. ? PCE was detected in both soil samples from Boring B-2 (0.027 and 0.072 mg/kg PCE at 0.5 and 3.5 feet bgs, respectively) in the location of a second, possible (?proposed Prosperity 6-A?) former dry cleaning unit. ? The highest concentrations of PCE detected during this investigation, and the only TCE detected in the samples collected, were from beneath the former Detrex dry cleaning unit at Boring B-3. PCE was detected in soil in Boring B-3 to the maximum total depth of 16 feet bgs. The maximum concentration of PCE in Boring B-3 was at 4 feet bgs at 1.7 mg/kg, with all other six soil samples containing 0.025 mg/kg or less PCE. The grab groundwater sample obtained from Boring B-3 contained 140 ∞g/l PCE. Due to limitations of the drilling equipment and inability to obtain groundwater samples at B-1 and B-2, subsequent work was warranted. The objective of the investigation was to determine if PCE is present in soil and groundwater beneath likely sources at the site, and if present, to evaluate the vertical extent of PCE and its breakdown products in soil. On September 20, 2006, three interior soil borings were advanced. Two borings were proposed, however due to no soil recovery from Boring B-1A, a third boring (B-1B) was advanced adjacent to Boring B-1A. The location of Borings B-1A and B-1B were chosen to be close to the location of previous Boring B-1, near the former boiler room. The location of Boring B-2A was chosen to be close to the location B-2, near the former proposed Prosperity dry cleaning unit. Boring B-1A was advanced to 13 feet bgs and Borings B-1B and B-2A were advanced to 19 feet bgs by Precision Sampling Inc. at the direction of PSI. Based on the report, near surface soil consisted of up to 1 foot of medium to olive brown gravelly sand or sandy gravel underlain by interbedded medium to olive brown silty sand and sandy or clayey silt with dark brown silty clay at the bottom of each of the (deeper) borings. Groundwater stabilized inthe borings at approximately 7 feet bgs prior to grab groundwater sample collection. Six soil samples were collected from Boring B-1B, near the former boiler room. The three shallow soil samples collected to a maximum depth of 10.5 feet bgs did not report detected concentrations of PCE. The highest PCE concentration detected in the boring was at 13.0-13.5 feet bgs at 0.024 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg). Minor concentrations of PCE were detected to the bottom of the boring at 0.0058 mg/kg (14.0-14.5 feet bgs) and 0.0073 mg/kg (18.0-18.5 feet bgs). Seven soil samples were collected from Boring B-2A, near the former ?proposed? Prosperity dry cleaning unit. Only the two shallowest soil samples reported detected concentrations of PCE; the lower five samples collected between 8 and 19 feet bgs reported concentrations below the laboratory method reporting limit of 0.002 mg/kg. The maximum concentration of PCE (1.1 mg/kg) was reported in the shallowest sample collected at 3.5-4.0 feet bgs. In addition, TCE was detected in this soil sample (3.5-4.0 feet bgs) at 0.048 mg/kg. The sample at 5.0-5.5 feet bgs in Boring B-2A contained 0.32 mg/kg PCE. During advancement of Boring B-2A, PCE (solvent) odor was noted on the boring log and photoizonization (PID) detector readings were recorded up to 74 parts per million (ppm) at 6 feet bgs. Grab groundwater samples were collected from each of the three borings (B-1A, B-1B and B-2A) after groundwater stabilized to approximately 7 feet bgs and reported PCE concentrations of 180, 220 and 22 ∞g/L, respectively. PSI concluded that the highest concentration of PCE detected in soil was from Boring B-2A in shallow vadose zone soils, indicating a likely release source from the ?proposed? Prosperity dry cleaning unit historically located in the area of B-2A. PSI also concluded that the highest concentration of PCE detected in groundwater at the site is located in the alley behind the facility and is likely the result of either plume migration to the east over the last 40 years, or due to historic spent dry cleaning solvent dumping practices. Shallow soil impact by PCE above the Environmental Screening Levels (San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board, February 2005) protective of vapor intrusion into buildings (above 0.24 mg/kg for commercial and above 0.087 mg/kg for residential) has been identified at the former locations of the dry cleaning machines at locations B-2A and B-3. The highest concentrations of PCE detected in groundwater are present in Boring B-1B (220 ∞g/L) and previous Boring P2 (760 ∞g/L advanced on May 1, 2003) which are both located towards the east or northeast of the former dry cleaning areas in the inferred direction of groundwater flow. The vapor sampling probes (SV-1 through SV-4) were initially proposed by PSI in the Addendum to Subsurface Vapor Investigation Work Plan and TOXICHEM installed the probes with the modification of moving SV-3 approximately 5 feet west as suggested in the SMCHD letter dated November 20, 2006. Initially during the December 8, 2006 sampling event, four sub-slab soil vapor samples were collected from immediately beneath the floor slab of the building. Representative concentrations ranged from 130,000 ∞g/m3 PCE (SV-3) to a high of 910,000 ∞g/m3 PCE (SV-1 located at the former Detrex dry cleaning unit location). All sub-slab soil vapor samples contained concentrations of PCE above the commercial and residential ESL. Additionally TCE was detected above the residential ESL in probes SV-1 (at 1,600 ∞g/m3) and SV-2 (at 1,400 ∞g/m3 and at 1,500 ∞g/m3 in the laboratory duplicate of SV-2). Following the communication testing event performed between February 15 and 17, 2007 (described later in this report) three vapor points were resampled (SV-1, SV-3 and SV-4). Vapor probe SV-3 was reported to contain 10,000 ∞g/m3 PCE and no (<62 ∞g/m3) TCE and vapor probe SV-4 was reported to contain 8,300 ∞g/m3 PCE and no (<62 ∞g/m3) TCE. SV-1 locatedin the back office near the center of the building contained 370,000 ∞g/m3 PCE and 960 ∞g/m3 TCE on March 7, 2007. Due to preferential flow from the rear of the building observed during the initial communication testing, a second vent location was completed near SV-1 (E-2) and second communication test performed. To aid in communication testing influence, a fifth vapor probe (SV-5) was installed near the west front corner of the building within the utility room. In order to facilitate carpet installation and building occupancy, the existing above-ground completion probes SV-1 through SV-4 were then destroyed and replaced nearby with flush-mount (or recessed) vapor probes (SV-1R through SV-4R). Additionally, the original extraction vent (E-1) near SV-2 was destroyed and a second vent (E-2) was completed near the original SV-1 probe location completed for future use by installing a threaded cleanout-style 2-inch diameter PVC fitting covered by a brass floor plate through the carpet. Two 8-hour indoor air samples (IA-1 and IA-2) and one 8-hour ambient air rooftop sample (OA-1) were collected on February 6, 2007. Both indoor air samples reported concentrations of PCE at 12.0 ∞g/m3. Indoor air sample IA-1 located centrally within the building also contained 0.18 ∞g/m3 TCE, though no TCE was detected (<0.16 ∞g/m3) in the IA-2 sample collected towards the rear of the building. The outdoor ambient air sample was reported to contain 0.64 ∞g/m3 PCE (0.63 ∞g/m3 PCE in the laboratory duplicate). All results (including the outdoor background ambient air sample) were reported above the residential indoor air screening level (ESL) for PCE of 0.41 ∞g/m3 and just below the commercial indoor air screening level (ESL) for PCE of 0.68 ∞g/m3. The concentrations of the constituents in the indoor air samples were all greater than the concentration reported in the outdoor ambient air sample. Subtracting the ambient background air concentration of 0.64 ∞g/m3 PCE from the indoor air concentrations yields results of 11.4 ∞g/m3 PCE for each of IA-1 and IA-2. These results are above both the residential and commercial indoor air screening levels (Table E-3 of the RWQCB ESLs) of 0.41 ∞g/m3 and 0.68 ∞g/m3, respectively. Since both the subslab soil vapor results and the indoor air sampling data are above the ESLs, mitigation is warranted. * SA Stanton Road Associates 860 Stanton Road Burlingame CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) VOC contamination including tetrachloroethene (PCE) and degradation products were detected in soil and groundwater at the site. Based on review of files for Both sites Regional Board Staff agreed with the interpretation that the VOC contamination at this site originated from releases from a dry cleaning operation at 855 Malcolm Road. For additional information, please see that case (GeoTrakcker ID: SL0608169865). MARINA SHOPPING CENTER 2978 SOUTH NORFOLK STREET SAN MATEO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means BERENSTEIN ASSOC. PROPERTY 1319 HOWARD BURLINGAME CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Extracted from RRM's April 22, 2010 Additional Site Investigation Results, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. The site is occupied by a two-story building located at 1319 Howard Avenue in Burlingame, California. The building is approximately 45 feet wide by 100 feet long and is constructed with reinforced concrete walls, concrete floors, and flat pitch-tar and gravel roofing. The first floor, a former dry cleaning facility (Caine Cleaners), is currently vacant. The second floor, built above the front half of the building only, is occupied by an architectural design firm. The facade of the building is mostly plate glass and opens up onto the sidewalk adjacent to Howard Avenue. The rear of the building abuts asphalt-paved parking areas owned by the City of Burlingame and Bank of the West. Soil and groundwater beneath the site is known to be impacted with PCE. Soil excavation activities were completed in 2007 to remove PCE impacted soils beneath the former cleaning machinery and floor drain area inside the building to a depth of approximately 25 feet below ground surface (bgs). Other Means GEORGIA PACIFIC 249 EAST GRAND AVENUE SOUTH San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * SA SWIF KLEEN CLEANERS (FORMER) 902 WHIPPLE REDWOOD CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) METRO CLEANERS 923 EAST HILLSDALE BOULEVARD FOSTER CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means WESTLAKE FRENCH CLEANERS 247 WESTLAKE CENTER DALY CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. * SA BEACH CLEANERS 2537 EL CAMINO REAL REDWOOD CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor This dry cleaner site had a release of perchloroethene (PCE) to soil and groundwater. Contaminated soil was excavated and removed. Groundwater was extracted from the source area. Some contaminated soil was left in place because it could not be excavated due to its proximity to the building foundation. A vapor barrier and passive venting system were installed. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater sampled. Tosco #30487 1626 South El Camino Real San Mateo CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil Site Assessment/Site Investigation Discovered in sub-slab vapor point SSV-1 of LUFT Case #110001 (refer to report dated 3/30/12) Sterling Cleaners (Former) 215 California Drive Burlingame CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Likely PCE detected is from adjacent site, will likely close upon confirmation. Mills Park Cleaners 709 Camino Plaza San Bruno CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Extracted from Golden Gate Environmental's January 29, 2010 Potential Responsible Party Search report, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. The Site is located in a commercial district near the intersection of San Bruno Avenue West and El Camino Real. The Site was occupied by the existing commercial store building in a strip mall shopping center prior to 1949 according to historical Sanborn fire insurance maps. We understand that G.W. Williams has owned the subject property since circa 1950. Apparently, the Williams family developed Camino Plaza along with the Mills Park housing tract in the late 1940s to early 1950s. Historical telephone directories indicate that the Mills Park Cleaners has occupied the store since circa 1981. In 1976, the Mills Park Cleaners & Laundry is listed as the occupant of the building. The current tenants, Mr. Juwon & Mrs. Sam Hahn leased the Mills Park Cleaners facility beginning in February 1987. The previous tenant of Suite 709 was In Sik & Chong Suk Park who operated the facility from circa 1980 through 1987. Prior to 1980, the former operator is believed to be Michael Barrese. Reportedly, Suite 709 has been continuously used for a dry cleaner facility since circa 1948. According to Sam Hahn, when they initially moved into Suite 709, the existing dry cleaning machine was less than five years old. However, the Permac machine was an older transfer type machine with three separated units prone to releases of Perchloroethylene (Perc or PCE) to the surrounding floor. Two photographs in Appendix A show the main clothes cleaning machine, sniffer unit, and distilling system of the in-place old machine. Significant staining of the underlying concrete floor is evident in these photos confirming Juwon & Sam Hahn?s account that Perc spills to the concrete floor had occurred prior to their occupancy. Being knowledgeable of the potential hazards of Perc, Juwon & Sam Hahn purchased and installed a new closed-system Dry-to Dry machine (with a secondary containment pan) on September 12, 1987. A photograph of the new machine being delivered to the Mills Park Cleaners facility is shown in Appendix A (Photograph No. 6). Since their occupancy in 1987, Juwon & Sam Hahn have been permitted and inspected by the San Mateo County Health System with no reported releases or other violations. They have records indicating their conscientious disposal of waste Perc from the dry cleaning machine by Technichem and Safety Kleen. In 2007- 2008, Sam Hahn voluntarily replaced the PERC machine with a hydrocarbon based dry cleaning machine. Additional photographs in Appendix A show the new machine installed in the facility. Two Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) cases are located on El Camino Real near the Mills Park Cleaners facility (Photograph No. 2, Appendix A). The Gootnick Property at 732 El Camino Real and Melody Toyota and 750 El Camino Real have ongoing groundwater investigations. Groundwater measurements at these LUST cases indicate that groundwater is flowing underground from the subject property towards El Camino Real. The discovery of PCE contamination in groundwater at these two sites indicates that PCE contamination may be originating from the vicinity of the Mills Park Cleaners facility. In their November 4, 2005 document titled Subsurface Investigation and Risk Assessment Report, Cambria ?recommends investigating the Mills Park Cleaners as a potential upgradient source of PCE by completing additional subsurface investigation activities upgradient of the site.? The San Mateo County Groundwater Protection Program (GPP) requested groundwater sampling down-gradient from the dry cleaner facility. Sam Hahn subsequently submitted the analytical results of the April 9, 2009 grab groundwater sample requested by the GPP. The sample revealed a concentration of PCE in groundwater of 280-∞g/l that is above the Environmental Screening Level (ESL). Because Mills Park Cleaners is the current business owner-operator at the property where the groundwater contamination was discovered, GPP staff named Mills Park Cleaners as a responsible party for corrective action. Other potential Responsible Parties identified in this search consist of the former operator of Mills Park Cleaners named Insik Park (from circa 1980 to 1987); and the historical operator prior to circa 1980 named Michael Barrese. Based on the documentation provided by Mrs. Sam Hahn, it appears reasonable to expect that PCE releases to soil (if any) and groundwater at the site will be associated with pre-1987 chemical storage, handling and disposal practices. As presented in the San Mateo County Health System Letter, dated August 6, 2009, GPP staff also named G.W. Williams & Co. as a responsible party for corrective action. Based on their history of conscientious chemical housekeeping since 1987, lack of violations, and installation of a closed-system dry cleaning machine with secondary containment in 1987, Ms. Sam Hahn requests that the current operator of Mills Park Cleaners not be listed as the primary responsible party for the corrective action at the site, and that it would be more appropriate for the owner and past operators of the dry cleaning facility to be listed as the primary responsible party, since the history of transfer-type dry cleaning machines with Perc spillage to the floor prior to 1987 would be the likely cause of any soil and groundwater contamination at the site. SKYLINE CLEANERS 45 SKYLINE PLAZA DALY CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. KITTY CLEANERS 910 NEWBRIDGE EAST PALO ALTO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * SA G&G DISCOUNT CLEANER, FORMER 729 EL CAMINO REAL REDWOOD CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means SOUTHGATE CLEANERS 183 SOUTHGATE DALY CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. * SA Fitness 101 and Former Critchfield Mechanical Facilities 4085 Campbell Avenue & 40 Scott Drive Menlo Park CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Estate of Robert E. Frank 1007 Bransten Road San Carlos CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Extracted from Green Environment's December 8, 2009 Expanded Soil Investigation, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. The subject property is located in a commercial/industrial area of San Carlos on the south side of Bransten Road, between Old County Road to the west and Industrial Road to the east. The subject property consists of one (1) commercial parcel (APN 046-133-100) of approximately 48,400 square feet which appears to slope slightly to the north. An asphalt-paved driveway which is also used as tenant parking separates two (2) existing single story commercial warehouse buildings of approximately 13,500 and 12,150 square feet, identified as 1007 and 1011 Bransten Road, respectively. During the period November 2008 through August 2009, GEI completed a Phase I environmental site assessment, two (2) subsurface investigations and an indoor air investigation at the subject property. The subject property history is detailed in GEI?s Expanded Site Investigation. This report also documents the second subsurface investigation completed by GEI at the subject property. The subsurface investigations discovered elevated concentrations of diesel to oil-range petroleum hydrocarbons, lead and cadmium in soils beneath the concrete floor along the eastern edge of the subject property in the 1007 Bransten Road building. The diesel to oil-range petroleum hydrocarbons, cadmium and lead were detected in some soil samples at concentrations exceeding Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) Environmental Screening Levels (ESLs) for both residential and commercial/industrial soils, independent of whether groundwater IS or IS NOT a potential source of drinking water. Lead was detected in a soil sample at a concentration exceeding California criteria for hazardous waste. The impacted soils were found at depths just below the approximate two (2) feet of fill placed prior to construction of the 1007 Bransten Road building, to a depth of no deeper than approximately eight (8) feet below top surface (bts). The lateral extent of significantly impacted soils in a westerly direction appeared to be not greater than approximately 20 feet westerly from the eastern wall of the 1007 Bransten Road building. The lateral extent of impacted soils in easterly, southerly and northerly directions had not been determined. The subsurface investigations also discovered soil impacted primarily with tetrachloroethylene (PCE) at concentrations exceeding RWQCB ESLs for both residential and commercial/industrial land use beneath a concrete and asphalt surfaced area on the west side interior and exterior of Unit F of the 1007 Bransten Road building. The lateral extent of significantly impacted soils had been defined by GEI to the east, south and west, but not to the north. Based upon GEI?s findings and conclusions, GEI recommended further characterization of soils in the 1007 Bransten Road building to determine the full lateral extent of the significant diesel to oil-range petroleum hydrocarbons, cadmium, lead and PCE-impacted soils on the subject property. Property Sale/Transaction PKS CLEANERS 390 EL CAMINO REAL BELMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Other Means NEW MODE CLEANERS 615 HARBOR BLVD BELMONT CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Tank Closure WO SING CLEANERS 570 DERRY MENLO PARK CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means SAMARITAN HOUSE 1515 SOUTH CLAREMONT STREET SAN MATEO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Can be extracted from most recent report in Geotracker or at San Mateo County offices if submitted prior to 2005, San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase I investigation Buisness not in operation STYLE CLEANERS (former) 707 ARGUELLO Street REDWOOD CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Under Investigation Documents issued prior to February 2009 transfer to Water Board oversight available in GeoTracker only. The site is located in a commercial portion of Redwood City and is bordered to the southwest by train tracks, to the northwest by an attached commercial building, to the east-northeast by Arguello Street, and to the southeast by Brewster Street The site building, approximately 4,600-sguare-foot single story structure, is currently divided into three sections, each occupied by three different businesses. The middle section of the building (707 Arguello Street) where the former Style Cleaners was formerly located is a silk screening business. The southeast portion of the building (701 Arguello Street) nearest the corner of Brewster and Arguello Streets is a coin-operated laundromat facility, and the northwest portion of the building (713 Arguello Street) is occupied by a beauty salon. The former Style Cleaners occupied the property from 1960 through 1990. In May 2008 soil samples collected from two borings advanced to a depth of 10 feet contained up to 7.1 mg/kg of PCE at 5 ft bgs. Add site and off-site characterization, including soil, soil vapor, and groundwater sampling has followed. * SA 416 Browning (fmr Goss-Jewett facility) 416 BROWNING WAY SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation Order No. R2-2015-0012 Site Cleanup Requirements for 531-535 OAK, LLC, and Goss-Jewett Company of Northern California for the Property at 416 Browning Way, South San Jose 2/11/2015. Goss-Jewett owned the Site from 1957 to 2011 and operated a dry cleaning supply distribution business from 1957 to 2000 at the Site. The company provided laundry chemicals, including detergents and spotting chemicals, packaging products such as hangers and polyethylene bags, and bulk deliveries of tetrachloroethene (PCE). The PCE was stored in a 4,100 gallon aboveground storage tank (AST) that was in the southwestern corner of the building. In 2000, the Site was leased to Pain Therapeutics, which converted the warehouse into office space. The Site is currently operated as B.I.A. Cordon Bleu, a wholesale manufacturer and distributor of porcelain and stoneware, bakeware, and dinnerware. There were no reported spills or releases from the Site during Goss-Jewett?s operations. There has been no known use of chlorinated solvents at the Site since Goss-Jewett ceased operations in 2000. The initial investigation of the Site was conducted by Geomatrix on behalf of Goss-Jewett in response to a directive from the Regional Water Board dated May 14, 2007. The Regional Water Board was overseeing the investigation of the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the vicinity of the neighboring property located at 290 South Maple Avenue, which is adjacent and east of the Site. Since the Site was previously a dry cleaning supply distribution business, and it is located up-gradient and cross-gradient of 290 South Maple Avenue, the Regional Water Board directed Goss-Jewett to investigate the Site for the presence of VOCs. The results of the 2007 investigation confirmed the presence of highly- elevated concentrations of VOCs, including PCE and its breakdown products, at the Site. The results of additional investigations have confirmed the presence of highly-elevated concentrations of VOCs in soil, soil vapor, and groundwater samples collected in the southwestern portion (former AST area) and the northeastern portion of the Site. * Other Means HELEN'S CLEANERS 1594 WOODSIDE ROAD REDWOOD CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Extracted from AllWest's November 29, 2007, Workplan Additional Site Characterization. San Mateo County does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the statements made or any professional interpretations made in the referenced report. Woodside Shopping Plaza is located in a mixed residential and commercial area of Redwood City on the west side of Woodside Road. The subject property is bounded by residences to the north and west, retail businesses to the south and Woodside Road and retail businesses, including a Shell service station, to the east. The subject property was vacant and undeveloped prior to construction of the existing shopping center beginning in the 1950s. A Union gas station was present on the northeast comer of the subject property from approximately the 1960s to the early 1990s. Historical documents indicated the presence of dry cleaners at the subject property from at least the 1960s. The subject property is currently developed with eleven single-story commercial buildings which comprise approximately 171,832 square feet of leaseable space. The surface topography of the site is relatively flat, sloping gently to the northeast Hazardous material use and storage at the subject property is limited to the dry cleaning facilities Helen's Cleaners and Fashion Cleaners. Both facilities utilize closed-loop drycleaning units (DCUs) with vapor recovery systems. Tetrachloroethene (PCE) is contained within the DCUs. Approximately 20 gallons of PCE are added to the DCUs every 4 to 6 months by an outside contractor. No addtional PCE is stored onsite. The DCUs are located within secondary containment. No significant staining or evidence of leakage was noted in the vicinity of either DCU. Both facilities have spotting stations where small quantity containers (1 -gallon or less) of spotting fluids are used and stored. In November 2002 MACTEC, performed a Phase I Assessment of the property. Because of the long-term use of PCE at the two cleaners a Phase I1 Investigation was performed by MACTEC consisting of drilling and sampling of two geoprobe borings at each dry cleaning facility. Analytical testing detected PCE in soil and groundwater samples. No other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were detected. To further investigate the extent of the PCE in the subsurface, MACTEC performed an additional investigation in December 2004 advancing nine borings and collecting soil, groundwater and soil vapor samples for analysis. PCE was not detected in any soil samples analyzed. Trichloroethene (TCE), a PCE degradation product was detected in one soil sample at low concentrations. PCE was detected in five of ten groundwater samples at relatively low concentrations. PCE and various petroleum hydrocarbon constituents were detected in shallow soil vapor samples, however, because of the procedures used to collect these samples, the results were not accepted by the GPP. On February 9,2005 the GPP issued a letter to Kil Kwak, Helen's One Hour Cleaners and Woodside Property Manager, TSC Woodside Plaza, LLC requesting further investigation at the subject site. On August 8,2005, AllWest submitted a Subsurface Investigation and Conduit Assessment Workplan. This work plan was accepted with minor revisions by the GPP. In January 2006 AllWest supervised the drilling, logging and sampling of ten Geoprobe boreholes as shown on Figure 2. Selected soil and "grab"groundwater samples were collected and analyzed for the presence of halogenated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including PCE and its common breakdown products. PCE was detected in all eight soil samples analyzed at concentrations from 0.059 milligrams per kilogram [mglkg, equivalent to parts per million (ppm)] to 0.55 mglkg. No other VOCs were detected in soil samples. PCE was detected in seven of the ten groundwater samples at concentrations fiom less than < 0.5 micrograms per liter (ug/l), equivalent to parts per billion (ppb)] to 260 ug/l. Very low concentrations of acetone 6.1 ug/l to 8.2 ug/l, toluene 2.5 ug/lto 7.5 ug/land xylenes from 1.7 ug/lto 6.8 ug/l were also detected in groundwater samples. Two soil vapor surveys have been conducted at the property; by MACTEC in 2004 and AllWest in 2006. MACTEC data were deemed not acceptable by the GPP due to procedural problems. The results of a soil vapor survey conducted by AllWest in 2006 indicate the presence of a leak(s) in the soil vapor collection system. Results are considered suspect and should be used for comparative screening purposes only. As part of AllWest assessment a preferential utility pathway investigation was performed. Based on maps and information supplied by subsurface utilities owners the maximum depth of utility trenches at the site is eight feet. Groundwater at the property has been measured at approximate depths of 15 to 20 feet. Based on the separation of the utility trench fiom groundwater no preferential pathway exists for groundwater. Subsurface utilities may provide a preferential pathway for soil vapor migration. In summary AllWest's and previous sampling data indicate PCE releases have occurred at the two dry cleaning facilities and impacted soil and groundwater. The exact release mechanism have not been identified but spills and leaks of PCE during dry cleaning operations is likely. Details regarding the previous investigation are presented in AllWest's Subsurface Investigation Report, Woodside Plaza, Redwood City, California, September 12, 2006. * SA Brusco Property 248 Harbor Blvd. Belmont CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Site opened 12/9/2010 due to PCE contamination. Former Shen Lincoln-Mercury 888 North San Mateo Drive San Mateo CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Cleanup planned for PCE area. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Site Investigation unknown RETAIL BUILDINGS 33-43 EAST 3RD AVENUE SAN MATEO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Former Raytheon 93 Castillian Wy Goleta CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Dalmo Victor, a division of Textron, first operated a circuit board assembly facility at the Site from 1966 to 1969. Raytheon subsequently operated a small-scale assembly facility for the manufacturing of circuit boards from 1969 to 1981. From 1981 to 1987, International Transducer Corporation manufactured depth-finding equipment for submarines. AEC-Able Engineering Company, Inc. occupied the facility in the 1990s; operations included the design, fabrication and testing of spacecraft mechanisms. The property is presently owned by Renaldo Trust and has been leased since August 2000 to various tenants including Hendry Telephone Products (Hendry) and Agile Systems Inc. (Agile). Hendry specialized in the engineering and manufacturing of products for the telecommunications industry including equipment racks, indoor and outdoor cabinets, power distribution panels and power systems. Agile is a developer, manufacturer and marketer of advanced electronic control solutions for the automation, vehicle and energy technology industries. Currently, the property is sub-leased to several small business entities. * Other Means PROPERTY SALE IN 1988, RAYTHEON NO LONGER OPERATED AT THIS FACILITY. FIVE POINTS SHOPPING CENTER 3985 (3943) STATE STREET SANTA BARBARA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation Historic dry cleaner release of PCE to groundwater. Complete plume characterization proceeds simultaneous with soil vapor extraction. * Other Means REFERRED TO US BY SANTA BARBARA COUNTY FIRE Former Rainbow Cleaners 607-609 East Main St Santa Maria CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor Soil and soil vapor impacts discovered during phase I and II site assessments. 609 East Main Street was the former location of Rainbow Cleaners, from 1960s to 1990s, with an on-site solvent based dry cleaning machine. Maximum concentration of PCE (Tetrachloroethylene) detected in soil = 89.8 ug/kg at B1-5' (06/03/2014). Maximum concentration of PCE detected in soil vapor at 5 feet bgs = 102.84 ug/L at SV-11 (07/07/2014) located outside of structure. Maximum concentration of PCE detected in soil vapor at 5 feet bgs = 73.08 ug/L at SV-13 (07/07/2014) located inside of structure. Maximum concentration of TCE detected in soil vapor at 5 feet bgs = 0.20 ug/L at SV-11(07/07/2014) located outside of structure. Maximum concentration of TCE detected in soil vapor at 5 feet bgs = 0.0824 ug/L at SV-1-5 (06/03/2014) located inside of structure. TCE was not detected in soil samples. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil vapor investigation conducted following phase I KINGS ROAD CLEANERS 5741 CALLE REAL GOLETA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil SUNSHOWER CLEANERS 8 BROADMOOR PLAZA SANTA BARBARA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Subsurface Monitoring Regal Dry Cleaners 2830 De La Vina St. santa barbara CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Dry cleaning operations have operated at the Site (using PCE washing machines) since approximately 1966. The release of 20-30 gallons of PCE from the PCE still equipment, located inside the building, occurred on November 23, 2005. Representatives of the City and County of Santa Barbara responded to and investigated the spill. The initial investigation revealed a "contaminated" floor area measuring 20' by 30' around the washer/still machine, a floor safe partially filled with dry cleaning solvent, interior floor contamination extended to the boiler room (did not enter boiler room), and a four foot square area of dark stained soil was observed below the guardrail adjacent to the asphalt curb in the alleyway behind the facility. Cleanup activities were implemented the following day (November 24, 2005), and included soil removal and interior floor cleaning. Approximately 60 cubic feet of soil was removed (post excavation samples resulted in a PCE concentration of 0.150 mg/L). The interior floors were cleaned using Simple Green, a pressure washer and a vacuum collection device. From the initial spill investigation until sometime before December 2008 the County of Santa Barbara Fire Site Mitigation Unit (SMU) was the lead oversight agency for this site. A September 2006 workplan (Tetra-Tech) was approved by SMU staff. The Water Board issued Draft CAO No. R3-2008-0091 in 2008 after the site was referred to them from Santa Barbara County. Campbell Geo Inc., implemented an additional site assessment in April 2010. Sampling results for the additional assessment were soil PCE concentrations detected below County Fire investigation standards, but concentrations of PCE in groundwater were 270 ppb (exceeding the regulatory threshold of 5 ppb). Results of this investigation are documented in the "Additional Site Assessment" report dated August 16, 2010. The Water Board issued a directive in September of 2010 to implement the recommendations of the August 2010 report (additional soil and groundwater assessment and a soil vapor survey to further characterize potential impacts at the Site). Recommendations were not implemented, and the Water Board issued a Notice a Violation (NOV) in January of 2012. Geosyntec was retained in August of 2012 to address the directives of the Water Board and respond to the NOV. Site investigations that were carried out from 2013 to 2014 by Geosyntec resulted in the following site characterization: -PCE CONCENTRATIONS IN SOIL - max PCE concentrations in soil were detected beneath the slab adjacent to the dry cleaning machine (VP-04) at a concentration of 630 micrograms per kilogram, and in the alleyway approx. 60 feet southwest of the dry cleaning machine at depths of 15 and 20 ft bgs (440 and 330 micrograms per kilogram respectively). These concentrations are below industrial soil Environmental Screening Levels (ESLs) for PCE of 700 micrograms per kilogram. -PCE CONCENTRATIONS IN SOIL VAPOR - max PCE concentrations in soil vapor were detected in December 2013 concentrations of 1,500 micrograms per liter in VP-17 at 30 ft below ground surface (ft. bgs), and 1,250 micrograms per liter in VP-04 at 3 ft bgs. Commercial ESLs for PCE concentrations in soil vapor are 2.1 micrograms per liter. -PCE CONCENTRATIONS IN GROUNDWATER - quarterly groundwater monitoring from December 2012 through June 2014 resulted in PCE concentration detections ranging from 1.8J to 1,300J micrograms per liter. The highest PCE concentrations are present in MW-02. PCE concentrations exceed State of California Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) of 5 micrograms per liter in wells MW-01, MW-02, MW-03, MW-04, and TSG-MW-27. Based on the site characterization, it appears spills or leaks from the dry cleaner caused soil gas and groundwater impacts, and not just the 2005 leak. Water Board staff are working with the responsible parties to start cleanup of the source area. The current plan is to implement soil vapor extraction on the property. Visual Excavation of contaminated soils (2.5 ft. bgs), interior floor cleaned using Simple TIDEWATER MARINE FACILITY 104 E. HALEY STREET SANTA BARBARA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply * Other Means ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 3351 STATE STREET SANTA BARBARA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply DURING UST REMOVAL AT NEARBY POST OFFICE, PCE DETECTED IN GROUNDWATER. SITE IS POSSIBLE SOURCE. Four Seasons Biltmore Hotel 1260 Channel Dr Santa Barbara CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) MONTECITO SANITARY DISTRICT REPORTED THE RELEASE TO THE REGIONAL BOARD Palm Grove Rental Housing Feb-54 Palm Drive Lompoc CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor Soil vapor survey source unknown CARRILLO PLAZA (former Norvell-Bass Dry Cleaner) 1015 DE LA VINA SANTA BARBARA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Site previously housed a dry cleaning operation that caused dry cleaning solvents to leach into the soil and groundwater. The responsible party was issued a clean up and abatement order in 2005, and responded with a corrective action plan. The responsible party has not carried through with redevelopment do to financial constraints. Carrillo Holdings, LLC has entered into a CLRRA agreement with the Central Coast Water Board, and submitted a new Corrective Action Plan/Response Plan. They plan to conduct soil vapor extraction for source area soil treatment, and insitu chemical oxidation for groundwater source area treatment. October 2015 Update - A Recent indoor air sampling event (April 2015) resulted in detections of tetrachloroethylene (PCE) at 34 micrograms per meter cubed (ug/m^3). This concentration exceeds both residential and commercial Environmental Screening Levels for human health and environmental risk. A second indoor air sampling event has been scheduled for Sept/Oct of 2015 to confirm PCE vapor concentrations. The Responsible Parties will submit a report of findings to the Central Coast Regional Water Board staff no later than October 15, 2015. RESULTS PENDING * RBD Master Dry Cleaners 4425 Hollister Ave Goleta CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 1024-B COAST VILLAGE ROAD SANTA BARBARA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Subsurface Monitoring SOIL GAS SURVEY CAMARO CLEANERS 505 SOUTH PASTORIA AVENUE SUNNYVALE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Soil beneath the site has been contaminated with perchloroethene, a solvent used in dry cleaning. PCE levels in soil vapor beneath the site are high. A sub-slab depressurization system is to be installed at the site to eliminate the potential for vapor intrusion (PCE vapors entering the overlying building through cracks in the foundation). Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater sampled. More careful PCE handling proceedures. All American Shopping Center Bollinger Road & Blaney Avenue Cupertino CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil GOLDEN DRY CLEANERS 1982 TULLY RD SAN JOSE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) FASHION CLEANERS 453-461 NORTH SANTA CRUZ AVENUE LOS GATOS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Soil and groundwater samples collected in 2001 indicated that there was a PCE release at the Site. Two groundwater monitoring wells were installed at off-site locations in 2002. Periodic groundwater monitoring was conducted from 2003 to 2014. A work plan that will provide a scope of work to collect on-site soil vapor and groundwater quality data is to be submitted to the Water Board by October 30, 2015.. Subsurface Monitoring INVESTIGATION BY NEW PROPERTY OWNER. REMOVED OLD DRY CLEANING MACHINE STANFORD CLEANERS 2875 EL CAMINO REAL PALO ALTO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Tank Closure PCE discovered by investigation & SS leak by Tank Closure Replacement of DC Machine & UST Removal w/ some Soil Excavation, DYNAMIC VALVES 923 INDUSTRIAL AVENUE PALO ALTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater sampled. PCE use ceased. Betty Brite Drycleaners 631 Grape Avenue Sunnyvale CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil FORD CLEANERS 1822 Milmont Drive Milpitas CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor A Phase II investigation conducted in 2008 reported PCE and its break down products in soil, groundwater and soil gas samples. The report was not submitted to this agency until 2012. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Stop date not known, but in 2004 removed PCE machine 1320-1322 BOURDEAUX DRIVE 1320-1322 BORDEAUX DRIVE SUNNYVALE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply PARKTOWN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 1350 SOUTH PARK VICTORIA DRIVE MILPITAS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor The site is located in a retail shopping center in a mixed residential and commercial area of Milpitas. The former tenant, One-Hour Martinizing Cleaners, performed dry cleaning services from the 1970s until 2007. The dry cleaning solvent tetrachloroethene (PCE) was used as part of the dry cleaning process. At least one spill involving PCE has been documented. The former One-Hour Martinizing Cleaners space, along with two adjacent former tenant spaces, is currently occupied by a fitness center. RFC Holdings, LLC, is the current owner of the site. Several phases of investigation have been performed at the site since 2006 and are ongoing. Sample results from these investigations revealed PCE contamination in soil, soil vapor, indoor air, and groundwater beneath the former dry cleaning facility. Groundwater samples contained PCE up to 690 parts per billion. Soil samples contained PCE up to 34 parts per million. Soil vapor samples contained concentrations of PCE up to 5,100,000 ∞g/m3. Investigations are ongoing to determine the full extent of PCE contamination. Shallow groundwater is not currently used for drinking water in this area. The City of Milpitas supplies drinking water to the public. The proposed cleanup plan consists of soil vapor extraction and treatment. Soil vapor extraction wells have been installed below the former dry cleaner. A vacuum pump draws soil vapor from the wells to a carbon-filter treatment system located in the parking lot. Additionally, to protect indoor air quality, the concrete floor in the fitness center has been treated with a vapor retardant epoxy sealant, all accessible floor penetrations have been sealed, and the ventilation system has been optimized to provide fresh air into the fitness center. Soil vapor and indoor air samples will be collected to document the effectiveness of these measures. Once the extent of groundwater contamination is defined, a groundwater cleanup plan will be submitted to the Regional Water Board for review. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Dry cleaning stopped in 2007 Former Nelson Cleaners 53 Washington Street Santa Clara CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Dry cleaning operations for 60 years and discontinued in 2013. The dry cleaner was located centrally within a strip mall. In 2011 when the PCE dry cleaning machine was removed, the SCFD required soil sampling as part of the facility closure activity. Shallow soil samples were collected and reported to contain PCE. Additionally, grab groundwater samples were collected at that time from wells present within the facility. Site Assessment/Site Investigation facility closure sampling in 2011 Discontinued use of solvent and business closed SAN FELIPE PLAZA 3305-3331 SAN FELIPE ROAD SAN JOSE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply This site operated a dry cleaning facility known as Evergreen Cleaners, which was in operation for twelve (12) years. This property was listed as an RCRA Small Quantity Generator of Hazardous Waster under it's previous address of 3311 South White Road in San Jose. On July 23, 2004, tetrachloroethene (PCE) was discovered at the site at concentrations of 580 micrograms per liter in soil and 16 micrograms per liter in groundwater. Vogue Cleaners 5732 Cottle Road San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) The site is a dry cleaner business. Low levels of PCE (10-47 ug/kg) were found in soil. PCE was found at a very low level (<1 ug/l) in groundwater. Victorian Square Cleaners 1285 East Calaveras Boulevard Milpitas CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air Small dry cleaner within strip mall. Groundwater was impacted by PCE. Concentrations have declined to almost ND. Small amount of soil impact is still present under building and should be removed when building demolished in future. Regional Water Board intends to close case with deed restriction and RMP. It is noted that vapor impacts to indoor air may be an issue if slab is tamper with, as residual PCE vapor exists beneath building. Also, site has been impacted by releases from adjacent gas stations. SUNNYHILLS SHOPPING CENTER 42-110 DIXON RD MILPITAS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater sampled. BETTER CHEMICAL HANDLING PRACTICES. CLASSIC CLEANERS PRUNERIDGE SHOPPING CENTER 220 SARATOGA AVE SANTA CLARA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor This site has a dry cleaner facility in one of the tenant spaces that has had a release of tetrachloroethene (PCE), a solvent used in dry cleaning, to groundwater. In-situ bioremediation has been used to cleanup groundwater. There is a groundwater monitoring program underway to evaluate the effectiveness of the cleanup. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater investigation. Improved chemical storage and handling. Saratoga Dry Cleaners 14495 Big Basin Way Saratoga CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Contamination discovered during closure activities for the removal of a PCE dry cleaning machine. Soil samples reported to contain 0.0064-0.13 ppm PCE and grab groundwater sample reported to contain 54 ppb PCE. Other Means sampling required for system closure removed PCE dry cleaning machine and replaced with PH dry cleaning machine MeRIDIAN PROPERTY 4640 Meridian Avenue San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor PCE release at dry cleaner identified through a subsurface investigation. Site Assessment/Site Investigation discontinue use of PCE solvent Cambrian Plaza 14414 Union Avenue San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation This project is associated with a release of tetrachloroethene (PCE) at a dry cleaner at the shopping center. PCE is no longer used by the dry cleaner. Indoor air sampling as been conducted at the site since April 2014. Mitigation measures (including modifying the heating ventilation air conditioning systems) to reduce concentrations of PCE detected in indoor air samples are being assessed. Soil vapor extraction is being pilot tested at the site to mitigate VOCs in the subsurface. Year long pilot study to mitigate vapor intrusion issues at the started in October 2016. Site Assessment/Site Investigation, Subsurface Monitoring Soil sampling Moonlite Cleaners 2640 El Camino Real Santa Clara CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor, Surface water The Site is a former dry cleaners in the Moonlite Shopping Center on El Camino Real. Soil, groundwater, and soil gas beneath the site has been impacted by the dry cleaning solvent tetrachloroethene. A Site investigation is in progress to delineate the extent of contamination. Once the source and extent of contamination is delineated, a remedial action plan (RAP) will be submitted to the Regional Water Board that will propose the work to clean up the contamination. 10-27-2015 - RAP Approved. 03-15-2016 - The RAP is being implemented - additional soil vapor & grab groundwater samples are to be collected on the west side of Saratoga Creek and north of El Camino Real. The dischargers are working with property owners to access residences northeast of the Site to mitigate vapors detected in air samples collected in the crawlspace. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Water Board notified on 3/31/2009 Ongoing release MOON DRY CLEANERS 2125 Saint Francis Drive Palo Alto CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Dry cleaners have operated on this site from at least 1965 to late 2011. The last dry cleaner did not perform dry cleaning onsite from aroun 1998. The site has been vacant since January 2012. Redevelopment plans have been filed with the City for commercial development onsite. Phase II investigations have found soil and groundwater impacted with PCE at the site. Excavated PCE impacted soil above the groundwater. 2013 - 3 groundwater monitoring wells were installed. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Prior to redevelopment; sampling required for former use operated drop off dry cleaner only - no chemicals onsite SWIFT CLEANERS 1409 BIRD AVE SAN JOSE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor A soil vapor extraction system was operated at the site from August 2004 until April 2005. Soil vapor concentrations were significantly reduced, but still exceed screening levels. Groundwater was treated using in-situ injection of vegetable oil. Breakdown of VOCs in groundwater is occuring and groundwater moniotirng is being performed. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater sampled. Better chemical handling practices. Lockheed-Martin 3101 Park Boulevard Palo Alto CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor Remedial Investigation of COE plume Lockheed Martin ceased operations and moved Everybody's Cleaners 903 A East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor soil contamination consists of perchloroethylene (PCE) from the former dry cleaners at this site. The investigations indicate soil and GW contamination. Additional investigations were conducted to better define the extent of contamination. Impacted soil was excavated and removed. RP installed and operated SVE system Property Sale/Transaction, Site Assessment/Site Investigation site investigations remove machine MOON'S BEST CLEANERS 1124 BRANHAM LANE SAN JOSE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation * Other Means GORE SORBERS USED TO SAMPLE SOIL VAPOR. PCE PRESNT IN SOIL VAPOR. Better chemical handling. Replace sewer lateral. West Marine 850 San Antonio Road Palo Alto CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil Vapor Site closed on May 29, 2013. There is no evidence of onsite sources. Tetrachloroethene (PCE) concentrations detected in indoor air and the sub-slab vapor sample at the Site appear associated with ambient air concentrations and regional groundwater contamination. Total petroleum hydrocarbons as gasoline (TPHg) concentrations detected in indoor air and subs-slab soil vapor samples appear associated with releases at the up-gradient gasoline station and ambient air concentrations. Other Means NA NA Former Yancy?s Cleaning Center (currently Star Cleaners) 2910 Almaden Expressway San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation Site Assessment/Site Investigation Kerful Cleaners 210 Main Street Los Gatos CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Onsite charcterization is complete and enhanced reductive dechlorination has been selected and implemented. The ERD remediation successfully decreased CVOC levels by a factor of 10 to 1000., The Responsible Party has almost completed defined the CVOC contaminants in the offsite groundwater and soil vapor plume. Property Sale/Transaction Property Transfer Dry Cleaner no longer operating Fremont Corners Shopping Center 102-136 E. Fremont Avenue Sunnyvale CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Sediments, Soil Vapor Dry cleaning facility with a release of PCE. PCE has been found in soil and indoor air samples. Soil vapor extraction has been proposed to remediate the site and mitigate vapor intrusion. SVE system has been installed and started operation in 10/11. Site Assessment/Site Investigation exact date unknown; report not submitted exact date unknown; discontinued use of PCE Former Tip Top Cleaners 216 N Santa Cruz Ave. Los Gatos CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor Former Dry Cleaner site. Soil vapor and indoor air samples report PCE contamination above regulatory screening levels. A soil vapor extraction (SVE) system to reduce PCE concentrations was initiated on August 12, 2016. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Dry Cleaner closed business MARIPOSA GARDENS SHOPPING CENTER 2600 HOMESTEAD BLVD SANTA CLARA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) DELL INVESTMENTS 901-905 Dell Avenue Campbell CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Soil vapor sampling reported elevated concentrations of PCE that exceed the ESLs for indoor air. Rainbow Cleaners 1027 East Capitol Expressway San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) CARDINAL CLEANERS 203 FOREST AVE PALO ALTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Former dry cleaning facility that is not fully characterized. Property Sale/Transaction Property transactions Cease operations Bellomy Cleaners 1975 Bellomy St Santa Clara CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor An unauthorized release was reported to the DEH by the City of Santa Clara Fire Department (SCFD). During the removal of a dry cleaning machine (DF2000), soil samples were collected and reported tetrachloroethene (PCE) concentrations up to 6.85 parts per million (ppm). The concentrations reported are above established environmental screening criteria and are a potential threat to human health and the environment. Additional site assessment is required to determine the nature and extent of contamination. Facility Inspection Facility inspection during machine decomissioning Removed PERC machine 1190 HILLSDALE 1190 Hillsdale Avenue San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor A Phase I assessment revealed use of 100F dry cleaning unit (PCE) until from 1987 until June 2011 at the dry cleaner onsite. In 2002, an inspection report from the Health Department revealed that wastewater from dry cleaning operations was being improperly disposed direclty into the sanitary sewer system via a sink drain. The issue was rectified following the inspection; however it unknown how long this disposal practice was in place. This site was also formerly occupied by a gasoline service station that had an open fuel leak case (lilnked Geotracker case). PCE was reported in soil and soil vapor samples collected at the site. Site Assessment/Site Investigation sampling date approximate; discontinued use of PCE SPARKLE CLEANERS 479 NORTH MATHILDA AVENUE SUNNYVALE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) * Other Means Rex Cleaners 60 Race Street San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation Site Assessment/Site Investigation World Plaza 660 San Antonio Road Mountain View CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Release of PCE from a dry cleaner. A dry cleaner known to use PCE operated at this site from 1988-2002. It is reported that subsequent dry cleaners at this location did not use PCE. PCE has been detected in soil vapor. Site Assessment/Site Investigation date estimated; discontinued use of Perc Former One Hour Martinizing / CVA 6133 Camino Verde Drive San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Prior site closure in the 1990s may prompt rescrission of a workplan requirekent Other Means Unknown Operator stopped using PCE Former Drycleaner 1481 Landess Avenue Milpitas CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Former dry cleaning operations in this tenant space of a strip mall. PCE was reported in shallow soil samples collected beneath the floor. Present in soil vapor. Tank Closure facility closure required sampling ceased operations TWC STORAGE 1165 EAST ARQUES AVENUE SUNNYVALE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board (Water Board) announces a proposed groundwater cleanup plan for 1165 East Arques Avenue in Sunnyvale (?the Site?). The proposed cleanup plan consists of enhanced bioremediation which involves injecting a carbohydrate solution into tetrachloroethylene (PCE)-contaminated soil and groundwater to enhance the natural breakdown of the PCE. We invite any interested parties to comment on the proposed cleanup plan. Written comments are due to the Water Board at the above address by February 27, 2009. BACKGROUND The Site is an approximately 3-acre parcel that is near the northwest corner of East Arques Avenue and Lawrence Expressway (see Figure 1, Site Plan). The Site was formerly used for semiconductor manufacturing by Monolithic Memories, Inc., and Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., (AMD) from 1970 to 1989, and has been vacant since 1991. TWC Sunnyvale, LLC, is planning to build a self storage facility at the Site. During building demolition activities at the Site on July 15, 2005, a single transformer containing PCE was punctured by demolition equipment, releasing approximately 250 gallons of PCE to the ground surface, and subsequently to the subsurface. The Water Board is the lead agency overseeing soil and groundwater investigation and cleanup at this Site. SITE INVESTIGATIONS Multiple investigations have been conducted at the Site prior to and following the PCE spill incident that have defined the extent of soil and groundwater contamination beneath the Site. Soil contamination is limited to onsite areas. The groundwater contamination plume from the Site commingles with another plume from the National Semiconductor Corporation to the south, and extends offsite north towards East Duane Avenue. Shallow groundwater beneath the Site is not currently used for drinking water. The City of Sunnyvale supplies drinking water to the Site and the vicinity. PREVIOUS REMEDIAL ACTIONS Groundwater cleanup by AMD and others has been on-going at the Site since 1986. During the initial response to the transformer PCE release, soil excavations were conducted to remove PCE-affected soil. A chemical oxidant was then injected into the groundwater to aid in the remediation of PCE-affected groundwater. A dual-phase groundwater and soil vapor extraction and treatment system (DPE) operated at the Site in 2008 to treat the remaining affected soil and groundwater at the Site. The Water Board approved shutdown of the DPE system after it was demonstrated that the soil cleanup standard for PCE had been achieved. In addition, AMD recently excavated and removed VOC contaminated soil from other areas of the Site. PROPOSED CLEANUP PLAN The proposed cleanup plan consists of enhanced bioremediation. This involves injecting a carbohydrate solution into PCE-contaminated soil and groundwater to enhance the natural breakdown of the PCE. The carbohydrate solution acts as a food source for the naturally occurring microbes that live in the subsurface. These microbes break down the PCE into harmless byproducts. The carbohydrate solution will be injected through 10 injection borings, each to a depth of 18 feet below ground surface. Groundwater monitoring will continue to evaluate the effectiveness of the cleanup plan until Site cleanup standards are met. * Other Means CITY OF SUNNYVALE PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT, AND AMD, THE FORMER OWNER OF THE PROPERTY NOTIFIED THE WATER BAORD. removed damaged transformer Ritz Cleaners (Former) 526 S. Bascom Avenue San Jose CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Report of soil vapor investigation forwarded to us by attorney's office. Based on information in this report, soil and soil vapor have been impacted by PCE from a former dry cleaner. Dry cleaner ceased operations after July 2012, exact date unknown at this time. Site Assessment/Site Investigation ceased operations after 7/2012 CRYSTAL CLEANERS 28 WASHINGTON STREET SANTA CLARA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor This site has had a release of tetrachloroethene (PCE), a solvent used in dry cleaning to soil and groundwater. Remediation is underway. A soil vapor extraction system and ozone sparging system began operating in 8/2011. Ozone sparging was suspended in early 2013 and a pilot test of in-situ bioremediation was approved in April 2013. A sub slab depressurization system is operating to mitigate vapor intrusion concerns. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Soil and groundwater sampled. Use better housekeeping and chemical use practices. KIRKORIAN Plaza 1570-1630 W. CAMPBELL AVENUE CAMPBELL CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CLARA COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor CLEANERS CONNECTION 12300 SARATOGA SUNNYVALE ROAD SARATOGA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil * Other Means DII ORBIT SEMICONDUCTOR (FORMER) 1230 BORDEAUX DR SUNNYVALE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) MCClellan Square Cleaners 10477 South De Anza Boulevard CUPERTINO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil, Soil Vapor The site is located in the McClellan Square shopping center comprising 10385 to 10497 South De Anza Blvd, Cupertino, California. In addition to the dry cleaners facility at McClellan Square, the center includes several freestanding buildings: a "Lucky" supermarket (10435 S. De Anza Blvd), "CVS" drug store (10455 S. De Anza Blvd), "Far East Bank" (10465 S. De Anza Blvd), and a "Key Point Credit Union/ Better Home and Loan" (10495 S. De Anza Blvd) with remaining stores located within a strip mall-like structure, adjacent to the southern wall of the CVS drugstore. As part of a due-diligence process for a real estate property transaction Moore Twining performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) for the site in Oct 2010. That assessment identified the McClellan Sqaure Cleaners in operation at the site since 1989. Prior, the facility operated as another dry cleaner from 1970 to 1989. Concentration of 47 ug/kg (miligrams per kilogram) PCE were detected in soil samples collected during installation of MW-1 (monitoring well) at depth of 15 ft. below ground surface (bgs). Non-detects were reported for VOCs from depths of 15 to 90 ft bgs at this location (MW-1). Additional soil sampling and indoor air quality assessment were performed in February 2011. Results indicated PCE concentrations at 130 mg/kg in 15 ft bgs soil sample in vicinity of existing dry cleaning machine. Results of the inddor air assessment indicated PCE concentrations exceeded screening levels published by California Environmental Protection Agency (CAL-EPA), the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (CRWQCB), and California Prop 65 "No Significant Effect Concentration". Horizontal extent of PCE soil gas concentrations above CHHSL and ESL values was found to extend under building slab to a minimum of 60 ft north (VMP-7)and 60 ft south (VMP-9) of existing dry cleaning machine. PCE concentrations below commercial CHHSL and ESL values were detected in soil gas in the eastern parking lot (VMP-4) about 80 ft east of existing dry cleaning machine. An in-situ SVE (Soil Vapor Extraction) system was recommended to be an appropriate and cost-effective interim method to remove PCE in soil and vapor at the site and to reduce the previously identified risk to indoor air quality. ALMAR CLEANERS 857 ALMAR AVENUE SANTA CRUZ CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site is located in the intersection of Almar Avenue and Mission street. Almar cleaners is located in a building that houses various retail stores; the site has been purchased by Safeway for redevelopment . Low concentration of chlorinated hydrocarbons were detected and soil excavation occured in April 2009. * Other Means PHASE II ANALYSIS DONE ON PROPERTY ART DRY CLEANERS 245-G MOUNT HERMON ROAD SCOTTS VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) * Other Means PROPERTY OWNER INVESTIGATIONS Valeteria Dry Cleaners Site/Twohig Property 6531 HWY 9 FELTON CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Surface water, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site housed a dry cleaner from 1960 to 1985; during that time dry cleaning solvents were disposed of onsite yielding a PCE contamination in groundwater, soil, and San Lorenzo River. A leaking underground tank was also on site. The tank and surrounding soil has been excavated. Soil Vapor Extraction / Sub Slab Venting was used with some success to remediate the issue. PCE waste continues to discharge to San Lorenzo River. * GOV Portion of septic system excavated under direction of US EPA Austin Property (PCE Plume) 1037 17th Avenue Santa Cruz CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor Watsonville Freedom Blvd PCE Plume(s) - DON HEIM & SON DRY CLEANERS 1350 FREEDOM BLVD WATSONVILLE CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) In the 1930s, a residential dwelling was constructed on the Site. In 1970, a dry cleaning facility was constructed on the Site. The dry cleaning operation used tetrachloroethene (PCE) from 1970 to the present. Wastewater containing PCE generated from the dry cleaning operations was discharged to the onsite sanitary sewer lateral that discharges to the sewer main that flows along the eastern property boundary. An inspection of the sewer line in 1992 revealed poor conditions including root intrusions, cracks, and sags. Environmental Investigations Services, Inc. (EIS) conducted investigations at the Site in April 2006. EIS advanced seven borings at the Site for the collection of soil and groundwater samples. Laboratory analysis of the samples revealed volatile organic compounds (VOCS) including PCE in soil up to 10,100 micrograms per kilogram and PCE in groundwater up to 72,300 micrograms per liter. * Other Means PHASE II INVESTIGATION REPORT SCOTTS VALLEY DRY CLEANERS 272 MOUNT HERMON ROAD SCOTTS VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Another corrective action plan was approved and is going to be implemented in June 2009 using chemical oxidation. A sodium permanganate chemical oxidation solution will be used to to oxidize chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in groundwater. Pilot studies show chemox was effective at destroying VOCs and full-scale remediation is expected with additional injection wells and use of existing wells; to start June 2009. Further indentification of the extent of the groundwater VOCs plume will depend on the outcome of chemox to reduce VOCs within the source area. Nuisance Conditions, Other Means, Property Sale/Transaction Fidelity Automotive 916E Soquel Avenue Santa Cruz CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Soil Vapor 04/01/2015 update, PCE was detected in sub-slab gas above the applicable screening level for the sub-slab to indoor air exposure pathway. Consultant recommended additional investigation and submitted a workplan dated 03/26/2015 for this purpose. The workplan is currently under review. 12/22/2015 update, Consultant concluded PCE levels are safe with the current use and configuration when the bay doors are open. A covenant and environmental management plan have been established for the site. SCCEHS issued a case closure letter indicating we have no further requirements for the site other than complying with the covenant and environmental management plan. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Floor drain sealed several years ago. REGAL CLEANERS 1350 CHURN CREEK ROAD REDDING CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The Site operated as a full-service, on-site dry cleaning facility from 1991 to approximately 2006. Dilute tetrachloroethene (PCE) detected in groundwater during Phase II site investigation in April 2004. PCE was not detected in any of the soil samples. In August 2006, two additional shallow soil samples were collected from hand-borings, results were inconclusive. No actions or investigations occurred from May 2008 to October 2014. A limited Phase II investigation was conducted in October 2014. A follow-up indoor air investigation was conducted in February 2015. Analytical data indicates there is no soil pollution at the Site from previous dry cleaning activities. The Site and surrounding area is located within and service by the City of Redding public water system, there are no downgradient sensitive receptors and the October 2014 sampling results showed PCE has attenuated in the groundwater. Air monitoring results indicate that vapor intrusion of the volatile organic compounds associated with previous dry cleaning activities is not occurring at the Site. No further action is required and the case was closed in June 2015. * Other Means PCE AT 47 PPB IN SHALLOW GROUNDWATER (16.5 FOOT DEPTH) IN A BORING APPROXIMATELY 2O FEET FROM THE FRONT OF REGAL CLEANERS. FORMER BECHELLI CLEANERS 2572 BECHELLI LN REDDING CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Well used for drinking water supply Former dry cleaner. Perchoroethene (PCE) migrated off-site and impacted one indentified private domestic well. Discharger voluntarily operated an near-source soil vapor extraction system for on-site indoor air issues, now mitigated. Discharger sampled off-site soil gas; a qualified toxicologist reports no threats to off-site indoor air. Discharger injected emulsified soybean oil for bioremediation of the near-source aquifer. Follow-up monitoring showed that injection induced serial reductive de-chlorination of the PCE into daughters. The affected private well owner voluntarilly installed an in-home activated charcoal filter. Down-gradient limit of plume is defined to the extent practically feasible. Based on preliminary modeling, plume is likely stable. Pollutants likely discharge in the subsurface from the low-permeability Red Bluff Formation, and further disperse into higher permeability gravels of the Sacramento River floodplain. With related increased dispersion, pollutants are likely dilute in the gravels. Discharger has monitored groundwater in the Red Bluff Formation near its contact with the gravels. Because up-gradient cleanup was successful, this mitigated the need for further site investigation. * Other Means INTENT TO SELL PROPERTY FMR ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 2581 SPRINGS ROAD VALLEJO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SOLANO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Former dry cleaner, now small supermarket. Site still needs to be characterized. * Other Means groundwater sampling at nearby gas station Vallejo Corners Dry Cleaners 950 Admiral Callaghan Lane Vallejo CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil PARK PLACE CLEANERS 258E SUNSET AVENUE SUISUN CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SOLANO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation FASHION CLEANERS 613 ELMIRA ROAD VACAVILLE CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Subsurface Monitoring DAISY FRESH DRYCLEANERS 2051 SOLANO AVENUE VALLEJO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SOLANO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) See site documents for historic information. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Impacted soil reported during investigation Drycleaning was discontinued at the facility REVARD CLEANERS 2410 MONTGOMERY DRIVE SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply * Other Means BEST CLEANERS 1007 COLLEGE AVENUE, WEST SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation SANTA ROSA, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Former PCE dry cleaning facility. Reductive de-chlorination in progress. Other Means D&J Cleaners (Former) 400 TODD ROAD, EAST SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA ROSA, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply From 1980 through 1995, the site was occupied by a dry cleaning business that used tetrachloroethene (PCE) in the cleaning process. In November 2003, the Sonoma County Health Services reported the detection of PCE in a public water supply well located near the site. Subsequent soil anf groundwater samping confirmed the presence of PCE in shallow soil and groundwater beneath the former dry cleaning facilities. A groundwater investigation is in progress to determine the extent of contaminant migration in groundwater and soil vapor. (updated 12/11/2015) * Other Means WATER SAMPLES COLLECTED FROM PUBLIC SUPPLY WELL INDICATED THE PRESENCE OF PCE SINCE 1998. NOT REPORTED TO REGIONAL WATER BOARD SINCE LEVELS WERE BELOW MCLS. LAKESIDE CLEANERS 4211 MONTGOMERY DRIVE SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation PCE Dry Cleaner. Also see case files for Thompsons Cleaners 4040 Montgomery Drive, Chevron Herons 4180 Montgomery Drive and Pickett Property 4036 Montgomery Drive. PCE DISCOVERED DURING GASOLINE STATION INVESTIGAITON. FAIRCHILD CAMERA & INSTRUMENT 33 HEALDSBURG AVENUE HEALDSBURG CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed HEALDSBURG/SEBASTAPOL, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply A former semiconductor plant currently a vine storage warehouse. In 1982 a UST that contained waste solvents was removed from the site. A water sample from the excavation pit indicated that the tank had leaked. Remediation included groundwater extraction from both shallow and deep water bearing zones from January 1984 and August 1993. All monitoring wells were removed from the site with the exception of two wells P-4 and P-4 which are located off site approximately 900 feet from the site near the Russian River. In August 2012 the site was closed with no further action required by the Executive Officer of the NCRWQCB. Other Means EMPIRE CLEANERS 526 SONOMA AVENUE SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment SANTA ROSA, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Dry Cleaner dating back to the 1950s. One of three sites in the Boyett/Clarks/Empire Commingled Plume. Groundwater Monitoring Groundwater testing at adjacent site BRITE CLEANERS 340 CENTER STREET HEALDSBURG CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive SONOMA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply A former dry cleaning business now a retail facility. Dry cleaning operated from 1958 to 2000. As part of a site assessment associated with a property transfer a grab groundwater was sampled and tetrachloroethene (PCE) was detected. Three montioring wells were installed at the site in May 2000 (MW-1, MW-2 and MW-3)and an additional well was installed in July 2000 (MW-4). No samples have been collected under the building. Other Means ZEDRICK, DAVE 164 CALISTOGA ROAD SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Johnson Property 1478 Petaluma Blvd. North Petaluma CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor The subject property (Site) is currently used for a small tile and stone work shop with a single long, large industrial structure and a smaller building attached at it's end towards the back side of the property. The Site is mostly covered in asphalt or similar cover and open green space with vegetation in the back, northeast end of the parcel. Located at the front, street-side end of the Site are two field points (MW-8, and MW-9; monitoring wells) used for an adjacent site in open remediation status (Cal West Rentals at 1300 Petaluma Blvd N, next door to the south). The wells are used to characterize the neighboring site's groundwater quality and behavior. Tetrachloroethelene (PCE, perc-) was discovered on Site as some point in the past. environmental investigations No remediation to date HOLLAND CLEANERS 700 SEBASTOPOL ROAD SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply Former dry cleaner operated 1961 - 1981. April 2013 groundwater analysis did not identify any contaminants of concern * Other Means Coddingtown Former Dry Cleaner 733 Coddingtown Mall Drive Santa Rosa CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor, Under Investigation SONOMA FRENCH DRY CLEANERS 946 COLLEGE AVENUE, WEST SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive SANTA ROSA, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Other Means Agius Grocery 4701 Bodega Avenue Petaluma CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Well used for drinking water supply PCE is a chemical of concern at the Site. The responsible party has submitted a closure request for this Site. MARLOW CENTER DRY CLEANERS 1791 MARLOW ROAD, NO 16 SANTA ROSA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed SANTA ROSA, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site is located in a shopping center, and is a former dry cleaning operation that used tetrachlorethylene (PCE) in its operations. PCE related constituents in groundwater migrated southward, to the adjacent property. Residential housing development on the adjacent property was approved by the City of Santa Rosa following an independent third-party review of a Human Health Risk Assessment that was prepared for the site. Remedial activities conducted at the site included an ozone sparging system with soil vapor extraction to capture potential fugitive volatile organic compounds that might be mobilized by the sparging operations. The OS/SVE system operations, including post remedial groundwater and indoor air monitoring were conducted from March 2006to February 2014. A Land Use Covenant has been recorded with the property title to prohibit the installation of water wells unless prior approval has been given in writing by the Executive Officer of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. Site Assessment/Site Investigation City of Turlock Dry Cleaners - Turlock Cleaners 429 EAST MAIN STREET Turlock CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation DEL RIO CLEANERS 1300 SYLVAN AVENUE MODESTO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Former dry cleaner had high concentrations of PCE in groundwater and soil vapor. Groundwater is monitored quarterly. An ozone sparge system was installed in August 2007. Injection of ozone caused significant increases in chromium-VI in groundwater, but significantly reduced PCE concentrations. Chromium-VI concentrations returned to baseline following system shutdown in 2008. Currently monitoring PCE trends in groundwater. MODESTO STEAM LAUNDRY 1201 8TH STREET MODESTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Well used for drinking water supply, Soil Modesto Steam Laundry and Cleaners began operation at the site in 1895. Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) was used at the site as part of dry cleaning activities between approximately 1965 and 1996. During dry cleaning operations, PCE was released to the soil and impacted groundwater beneath the site. Active remediation at the site was conducted between 2004 and 2008, and included soil vapor extraction and bioaugmentation. The former building was demolished in 2010, and the site is currently a vacant lot. Groundwater monitoring activities at the Site are continuing as of March 2011. * Other Means Century Center Cleaners 2401 EAST ORANGEBURG AVENUE MODESTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation STANISLAUS COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Former dry cleaner released PCE to groundwater. Soil gas and groundwater sampling have been performed at the site, and a network of monitoring wells has been installed. A soil vapor extraction/air sparge pilot test was performed in 2012, which proved to be an effective remedy for PCE pollution in the source area. A Remedial Action Plan (RAP) was submitted to the Regional Water Board proposing full-scale implementation of SVE/Air Sparge to address contamination at the Site. The RAP was approved on 4/4/2014, and is currently being implemented. * Other Means City of Turlock Dry Cleaners - TURLOCK PCE INVESTIGATION E. MAIN & OLIVE AND W. MAIN & LOCUST STS TURLOCK CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Under Investigation Resolution for 650K adopted by State Board in January 2009. Resolution covers installation/operation of a small pump and treat system as well as additional characterization of the solvent plumes. Contamination appears to be caused by releases from several dry clearners in the downtown area. CIty of Turlock is currently installing pump and treat system. Anticipate pump and treat system will be begin operation in 4Q10 or 1Q11. CITY OF MODESTO, MODESTO GROUNDWATER INVESTIGATION 1010 10TH STREET MODESTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Catch-all for several investigations being conducted by the City of Modesto using funds from a settlement with several dry cleaners and dry cleaning chemical companies. City of Turlock Dry Cleaners - Du-Rite Cleaners 141 NORTH CENTER STREET Turlock CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation TEAM ENTERPRISES, INC. 2400 COFFEE ROAD MODESTO CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment STANISLAUS COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor Investigations conducted since 2004 have revealed the presence of PCE in soil gas and groundwater beneath and near the site from the former dry cleaning operation, which used the solvent until 2006. Concentrations of up to 212 ug/L have been observed in groundwater. SVE and Air Sparging for remediation of VOCS has been approved by the RWB. However, groundwater monitoring resumed in 2009 and it appears that concentrations of PCE have dropped to a max of 2.32 ppb in October 2009. Thus the interim corrective action of SVE and air sparging has not been implemented. Additional investigation conducted during 2010 and 2011 identified higher concentrations moving off-site to the south east; additional investigation has been proposed. * Other Means City of Turlock Dry Cleaners - Snow White Cleaners 352 EAST OLIVE AVENUE Turlock CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Zelie's Cleaners 1222 Colusa Avenue Yuba City CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Former dry cleaning facility operated from 1987 until 2008. Phase 1 and 2 investigations revealed elevated levels of PCE in soil vapor and groundwater. Additional investigation needed at the site. 6/16/2015 - Pilot test conducted from 6/16 to 6/19/2015 to test the effecitveness of in-situ chemical reduction in treating PCE in groundwater. Site status changed to "remediation". UNKNOWN GRAY AVENUE YUBA CITY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply MODERN CLEANERS 1935 SOLANO ST CORNING CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment TEHAMA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply Former dry cleaner. Have requested work plan for preliminary site investigation. CITY OF CORNING HOUGHTON AVENUE MUNICIPAL WELL TAKEN OFF-LINE 1999 DUE TO PCE. MONITORING WELLS AT FORMER K-TIRE, 1723 SOLANO, UST#520070/SLIC#SLT5R937, HAVE PCE TO 1,100 UG/L. MODERN CLEANERS 609 WALNUT STREET RED BLUFF CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Inactive TEHAMA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Dry cleaner. May correlate to chlorinated ethene detections in off-site monitoring wells, UST cases #520002, 520120, and 520083. Current business owner attempting to locate historical insurance policies. MONITORING WELLS AT NUMBER ONE STOP, 714 WALNUT, UST#520002/520120, HAVE PCE TO 349 UG/L. MONITORING WELLS AT TEHAMA CO. JAIL ANNEX, 502 OAK STREET, UST#520083, HAVE PCE TO 36 UG/L. FORMER PARAMOUNT CLEANERS 1312 SOLANO ST CORNING CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment TEHAMA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply Tetrachloroethene (PCE) has impacted the City of Corning Houghton Avenue Well, which was is no longer in operation. The PCE sources are unknown. The site located at 1312 Solano Street previously operated as a dry cleaner from approximately 1949 until the early 1970's. A file review and interviews conducted in 2006 indicate a potential PCE source due to dry cleaning-related waste discharge from the Former Paramount Cleaners. A work plan for a preliminary site investigation was requested in February 2006. CITY OF CORNING HOUGHTON AVE. WELL TAKEN OFF-LINE, 1999, DUE TO PCE. MONITORING WELLS AT FORMER K-TIRE BEACON. 1723 SOLANO, UST#520070/SLIC#SLT5R937, HAVE PCE TO 1,100 UG/L. DRY CLEAN TODAY 4111 W MINERAL KING VISALIA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) The Site is in a shopping center and occupies less than 1 acres. The Site had been a dry cleaners for a number of years and soil samples were taken to determine if the area had been impacted by volatile organic compounds VOCS. Low levels of PCE were detected and secondary containment units were installed. After reviewing the risks, the Site was closed and will be allowed to attenuate naturally. JUNCTION SHOPPING CENTER 13800 MONO WAY SONORA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Site discovered as a source (Rybar Wells 1 and 5) for contamination in 1994 with PCE (40 and 42 ppb, greater than the 5 ppb MCL) from a local dry cleaning operation and radon (3655 and 1353 pCi/L, greater than 300 pCi/L MCL) from construction efforts in nearby drinking wells. Wells have been systematically abandoned, as of 1997. Regional board had no funds for work in region but was requested to investigate the source of contamination. In 1999, a local resident complained about water quality in his home, and a brief investigation listed the site as "high priority." In 2003, DTSC submitted Preliminary Assessment to EPA Region 9, recommended site inspection. Environmental Site Assessment submitted later that year. 2004, Soil Gas Survey was released, and legal battle began with Diepenbrock Law Firm requesting a NFA letter or to rename the site so the owner could refinance it. DTSC was lead agency, and closed it due to non-detections in 2009. GROUNDWATER POLLUTION (EAST SONORA AREA) EAST SONORA AREA SONORA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply This site is redundant with the Junction Shopping Center site, which was closed by DTSC. From Envirostor: Two dry cleaners have operated in the Junction Shopping Center and have generated tetrachloroethylene (PCE). The local water district has sampled the sewer and several production wells near the shopping center which have detected PCE. The production wells provide drinking water for the City of Sonora. The site is a shopping center. Tuol. County Health has contacted our board three times (In 1994, 1997, and 2003) about initiating an investigation. Each time (including a culminating response from Tom Pinkos in 2003) our board has informed them that we don't have the finances to initiate an investigation without more information. BANNON RANCH 15320 W TELEGRAPH RD SANTA PAULA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Other Means PARK OAKS SHOPPING CENTER 1790 MOORPARK RD, NORTH THOUSAND OAKS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Other Means Quality Cleaners / MSR 5900 LLC 5825 East Los Angeles Avenue Simi Valley CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Other Means, Subsurface Monitoring DONAHUE SCHRIBER / CLEARWOODS 4916 VERDUGO WY STE K CAMARILLO CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) ROSS CLEANERS 2502 SAVIERS ROAD OXNARD CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) CARRIAGE SQUARE CLEANERS 223 W GONZALES RD OXNARD CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means KALGARD FACILITY 4476 DUPONT CT VENTURA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means JIM DANDY CLEANERS - NORTHSTAR 1321-1345 EAST THOUSAND OAKS BLVD THOUSAND OAKS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Jim Dandy Cleaners case closure for soils only issued by Regional Board dated 09/03/2002 however reopened due to potential soil vapor intrusion potential based on CHHSLs review implemented 2003. Work Addressed w/ OEHHA review and Memo dated 09/10/2013 indicates the risk is below levels of concern. JOES CLEANERS 2890 COCHRAN STREET SIMI VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor The Site is occupied by Joe's Discount Cleaners, and located in a retail/commercial mall. Site Assessments have been conducted since 1988. Site soil vapor, soil and groundwater is impacted with volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Groundwater monitoring activities are conducted on a semi-annual basis. A soil vapor extraction (SVE) system has been operating at the site since April 2012. A revised Human Health Risk Assessment is due for submittal by the end of November 2015. Site Assessment/Site Investigation PCE in soil gas at 288.6 ug/L JOHN LAING HOMES 757 INDUSTRIAL AVE PORT HUENEME CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) KAISER ALUMINUM 1001 MCWANE BLVD OXNARD CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Other Means PLAZA VENTURA - CRYSTAL DRY CLEANERS 2764 EAST THOMPSON BLVD. VENTURA CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The Site is located in the Lower Ventura River Basin. According to the Department of Water Resources Bulletin 118, the uppermost groundwater bearing unit is an alluvial deposit that extends to a depth of 60 to 100 feet overlying the San Pedro Formation. The regional groundwater flow direction is towards the south. Based on eleven soil boring logs, the Site is underlain by alluvial deposits consisting of interbedded silts, clays and sands. Groundwater at the Site is encountered at a depth of 20 feet below ground surface (bgs)). The subject site consists of a vacant commercial unit formerly occupied by Crystal Dry Cleaners. The building hosting the former dry cleaners was demolished and redeveloped into a new shopping center. The site assessment determined that tetrachloroethylene (PCE) has impacted both soil and groundwater beneath the Site and identified the dry cleaning operation as a potential contaminant source. It is reported that during redevelopment activities at the Site, a total of 466 tons of PCE impacted soil was removed and the excavation was backfilled with clean soil. Soil samples were obtained from 11 soil borings at the Site and yielded concentrations of PCE ranging up to 1,100 micrograms per kilogram (╡g/Kg). Based on the information provided, the PCE plume in soil is centered beneath the former dry cleaning machine which is identified as a potential PCE release point. In addition, a 48 hour vapor extraction test was conducted using 5 wells. Groundwater investigation was also conducted with the installation of three groundwater monitoring wells in 2003 and two groundwater monitoring wells in 2007. The wells were sampled periodically. California Environmental has recommended the installation of additional wells. Saviers Road Dry Cleaner (Former) 1207 Saviers Road Oxnard CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Vapor BLANK Other Means, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Liberty Cleaners / Anthony Nevoso 1317B Los Angeles Avenue Simi Valley CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil SUNBELT DRYCLEANER 716 MOORPARK ROAD, NORTH THOUSAND OAKS CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Former Holiday Cleaners / Sphear Facility 704 Arneill Road Camarillo CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor Go to Activities Report and Site Documents. Other Means Polar Industrial / Former Price-Leho Metals 3841 Mission Oaks Boulevard Camarillo CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Soil Vapor metals TEMPO DRYCLEANERS 3949 COCHRAN ST, STE B SIMI VALLEY CA Cleanup Program Site Completed - Case Closed VENTURA COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Under Investigation Other Means LEWIS CLEANERS 670 G ST DAVIS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Tetrachlorethene (PCE) associated with the former Lewis Cleaners was first discovered in groundwater during an investigation of the adjacent former Texaco gas station site during the early 1990?s. Subsequent investigations determined that the highest concentrations of PCE were found next to the dry cleaning facility. PCE adjacent to the Lewis Cleaners has historically been detected at concentrations up to 77,000 micrograms per liter (∞g/L) in groundwater and 2,400 ∞g/L in soil gas. A soil vapor extraction (SVE) pilot system with 12 pairs of SVE wells was installed at the site in 2009 but was only operated for a limited period of time. * RBD DAVIS CENTER PROJECT 5TH & G STREETS DAVIS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor The Site encompasses portions of three city blocks with the City of Davis. One city block, bounded by Fith Street to the north, a railroad spur to the east, Fourth Street to the south, and G street to the west, is referred to as the Plaza Property. This city block was owned by the City of Davis until September 1997, when ownership was transferred to 5th and G Plaza, Inc. The other two city blocks considered part of the Site are located west and south of the Plaza Property. Tetrachloroethene (PCE) was first detected within shallow groundwater during a site investigation conducted at a former service station in the southwest corner of the Plaza Property in 1990. COTTONWOOD PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 628 COTTONWOOD ST WOODLAND CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply The site includes the former Service Cleaners Facility, which was housed within a one-story concrete building and operated as a dry cleaner from 1986 to September 2001. The dry cleaning operation was removed during September 2001. * UNK DAVIS ENTERPRISE 302 G STREET DAVIS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Remediation Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Davis Enterprise previously operated a newspaper printing business at the Site. Historical fire insurance maps and title reports identify that between the 1930s and 1960s Davis Laundry and Dry Cleaners (davis Cleaners) operated a dry cleaner at the Site. Davis Cleaners was reported to have used PCE that was discharged to the sanitary sewer system. After 1966, the Site was used by Davis Enterprise for newspaper printing. Site investigations conducted between 1998 and 2006 revealed the presence of PCE in soil up to 0.023 milligram per kilogram (mg/kg) and in groundwater upto 120 micrograms per liter (ug/l). Release of wastewater containing PCE from the sewers was identified as a potential mechanisum for contributing PCE to groundwater at the Site. * RBD UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD - DAVIS AMTRAK STATION N/A G STREET DAVIS CA Cleanup Program Site Open - Verification Monitoring Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor The Union Pacific Railroad Company (UPRR), Davis Amtrack Station is located east of G Street and South of Third Street in Davis. The city of Davis purchased the Amtrack Station from UPPR in the mid-1990s. Operations at the site have resulted in discharges of PCE to groundwater. The affected groundwater is limited in aerial extent to a small area located in the center of the station. Groundwater is currently encountered at about 25-30 feet below ground surface. There is however, seasonal variation in the depth to groundwater ranging from five to ten feet per year. Regional grounwater flow is to the southeast. Local Site groundwater flow is variable, predominantly to the southeast, and ranging from east to south. * RBD HAMBLIN PLUMBING 106 BREWERY ST S LONE PINE CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed INYO COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Tank Closure CHEVRON STATION #8-8723 (FORMER STATION) 1276 WESTERN AVE. N. LOS ANGELES CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed LOS ANGELES, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Other Means BASELINE ASSESSMENT FOR PORPERTY TRANSACTION AIR PRODUCTS & CHEMICALS 17801 ARENTH AVE INDUSTRY CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed LOS ANGELES COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Nuisance Conditions Anderson Lithograph 3217 Garfield Avenue Commerce CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed LOS ANGELES COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Site Assessment/Site Investigation HI-SHEAR CORP. 2600 SKYLINE DR TORRANCE CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed TORRANCE, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Other Means CITY OF EL MONTE POLICE DEPT 11323 VALLEY BL E EL MONTE CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed LOS ANGELES COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Well used for drinking water supply LA CO DPW COMPTON AIRPORT 901 ALONDRA BLVD W COMPTON CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed LOS ANGELES COUNTY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply * TR BOCK COMPANY 132 PROVIDENCIA AVE W BURBANK CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed BURBANK, CITY OF Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil * TR 60 MINUTE LUBE 519 A S BROOKHURST ST ANAHEIM CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed ANAHEIM CITY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil CHIANG, STEVE 1126 N EUCLID ST ANAHEIM CA LUST Cleanup Site Open - Verification Monitoring ANAHEIM CITY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Tank Closure RUSSELL INVESTMENTS 2210 E WINSTON RD ANAHEIM CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed ANAHEIM CITY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil JENNY'S CLEANERS 1288 EAST HILLSDALE BOULEVARD FOSTER CITY CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Other Means UNOCAL SS #0079 (FORMER) 1033 MAIN ST SANTA PAULA CA LUST Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Other Means PRAJAPATI PROPERTY 4264 VENTURA AVE N VENTURA CA LUST Cleanup Site Open - Site Assessment Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply Long Beach Naval Complex - IR Site 14 off Ocean Blvd. and Navy Way Long Beach CA Military Cleanup Site Open - Verification Monitoring DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor IR Site 14 is the location of a former dry cleaning facility. The former Long Beach Naval Shipyard is located on the south side of Terminal Island within the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbor districts. The locations of these IR sites are within the former Long Beach Naval Shipyard. Beginning in 1939, the operations at the sites were to repair and overhaul of naval vessels. The Long Beach Naval Shipyard operational closure occurred on September 30, 1997, in accordance with the Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990, Fourth Round. After operational closure, the portions of Long Beach Naval Shipyard containing these sites were leased to the Port of Long Beach under a lease for redevelopment as a marine cargo shipping terminal. The Regional Board de-designated the groundwater at these sites with respect to municipal and domestic supply but retained other beneficial uses. Groundwater flow patterns indicate movement towards the Long Beach Generating Station (formerly Southern California Edison) dewatering wells which leads to discharge to the harbor surface water. Sacramento Army Depot - 0 PARENT 8350 FRUITRIDGE ROAD SACRAMENTO CA Military Cleanup Site Open - Remediation US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The depot is located approximately 7 miles southeast of downtown Sacramento. The former depot consisted of approximately 486.9 acres of land and was bounded on the north by Fruitridge Road, on the east by Florin Perkins Road, on the south by Elder Creek Road, and on the west by the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks. In 1995 the SAAD was closed as a part of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process. Most of the former depot is now owned by commercial firms and the City of Sacramento, with smaller parcels retained by the Army, the U.S. Navy/Marines, and the California National Guard. All properties in the former depot are zoned commercial/industrial or agricultural/open space. The former depot was an electronics and maintenance facility and was established in 1945. Residues from metal plating and painting operations were disposed of in oxidation lagoons and burn pit sites. Contaminated media includes site soils and the groundwater beneath the southwestern portion of the site extending down gradient some 2,000 feet to the south. Chemical contaminants detected in the soil and groundwater includes metals and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including; carbon tetrachloride, trichloroethene (TCE), tetrachloroethene, 1,2-dichloroethane, and cis-1,2-dichloroethene (cis-DCE). The remedies selected for SAAD addressed soil and groundwater contamination. The South Post Burn Pits Operable Unit (OU) was remediated with a combination of soil vapor extraction and soil excavation/stabilization. The Corrective Action Management Unit (CAMU) is sited at the South Post Burn Pits OU and it received soils from this site, as well as the others sites described below. Soil excavation, stabilization, and consolidation in the CAMU were also the remedy chosen for the Oxidation Lagoons OU, the Battery Disposal Well (Investigation-Derived Waste), and Building 300 Burn Pits. The Parking Lot 3 Groundwater site was remediated with a combination of air sparging, dual-phase extraction, and groundwater extraction with wellhead treatment via carbon adsorption. Groundwater extraction with ultraviolet light and chemical oxidation treatment was the remedy selected for the South Post Groundwater OU. The soil remedies are complete with all stabilized soils consolidated within the CAMU. Groundwater extraction and treatment has ceased at the Parking Lot 3 Groundwater site, although discussion and evaluation continues regarding the success in meeting the remedial action objectives. Groundwater extraction continues at the South Post Groundwater OU. The extracted water is discharged directly to the sanitary sewer under permit. Ongoing evaluations are continuing on the following issues; 1) optimization of the groundwater treatment plant, 2) effectiveness of the present remedy and 3) evaluation of alternatives to the present remedy that would prove more effective at meeting the ROD requirements. Institutional controls are in place and currently enforced. Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base (MCB) - 52 AREA - OU 5 - Site 33 - ARMORY (BLDG 520452) & DRAINGAE TO SOUTHWEST Bldg 520452 Camp Pendleton CA Military Cleanup Site Open - Remediation DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil Site 33 consists of the area south of Building 520452 (52 Area Armory), where solvents are present in site groundwater, likely originating from a gun cleaning area. Several solvent spills have been historically reported at Site 33. One UST used to store diesel fuel was removed from an area south of the site near Building 52652. As reported in the Draft Site 33 Remedial Investigation Report and Feasibility Study (Parsons, 2007), a PCE plume exists in groundwater at the site which is approximately 150 to 200 feet in diameter and contains PCE at concentrations up to 13,000 ╡g/L. The concentrations of PCE in groundwater would pose a significant human health risk through the drinking water pathway if groundwater at the site were used as drinking water or through the soil vapor pathway if a building having certain construction characteristics were build over the PCE plume. The Feasibility Study evaluated five remedial alternatives to reduce these potential risks. Beale Air Force Base - OT584 B and 30th Streets Beale AFB CA Military Cleanup Site Open - Assessment & Interim Remedial Action Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Soil, Soil Vapor Site OT584 is currently a parking lot associated with Civil Engineering Heavy Equipment Yard. In groundwater, TPH in the gasoline (TPH-G) and diesel (TPH-D) ranges, tetrachloroethene (PCE), dissolved arsenic, and dissolved chromium were compounds exceeding project screening levels. Of the chemicals of potential concern (COPCs), only PCE was retained as a chemical of concern (COC). No further action required at this time for soil. Beale Air Force Base - Site CG517 - Base Medical Clinic PCE Release 15301 Warren Shingle Blvd. Beale AFB CA Military Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Sediments, Soil, Soil Vapor, Surface water Site is area of PCE release to soil near Medical Clinic located about 100 feet north of Bldg. 5702. Groundwater Monitoring, Site Assessment/Site Investigation Beale Air Force Base - Site SS508 - Civil Engineering Equipment Yard NW Corner of A Street and Doolittle Drive Beale AFB CA Military Cleanup Site Completed - Case Closed Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil, Surface water Site SS508 is a RCRA site formerly part of SWMU 23. Soil and groundwater have been decoupled at the site and groundwater is being addressed separately as CG041-508 which is part of Site CG041 (basewide groundwater). Land use controls restricting residential land use are being placed on CG041-508 to protect human exposure to vapors volatilizing from shallow groundwater until groundwater conditions are suitable to allow for unlimited use/unrestricted exposure (UU/UE). Site SS508 was closed through a No Further Response Action Planned (NFRAP) decision document signed on 11 February 2016. Site Assessment/Site Investigation American Dry-cleaning 2400 Olympic Boulevard Walnut Creek CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Larkspur Cleaners 590 Magnolia Avenue Larkspur CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor, Under Investigation Kelly and Louises Cleaners 555 East Santa Clara Street San Jose, CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor San Jose REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY UNKNOWN SUTTER ST & STEINER ST San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) Goethe Street Properties 81 Goethe Street Daly City CA Non-Case Information Informational Item SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water) The site is comprised of 4 parcels 004-022-010, -020, -030 and -040 with frontage along Goethe Street and bounded by San Jose Avenue to the NW and Walgreens to the southeast and residences to the south. Borings advanced across the site. 3 hydraulic lifts removed from 6150 Mission Street (APN 004-022-030 and -040). Site Assessment/Site Investigation Discontinued suspect operations Jin's Cleaners 765 Laurel Street San Carlos CA Non-Case Information Informational Item SAN MATEO COUNTY LOP Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil GPP requested investigation due to PCE detections in groundwater at 803 Old County Road. See file for specifc detections at the site. Site Assessment/Site Investigation Personalized Cleaners 168 East Taylor Street San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Former Perfect Dry Cleaners 1520 Kiely Boulevard Santa Clara CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) The Mark 1 Cleaners 44 Almaden Plaza Way San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Red Star Industrial Linen Service 360 Park Avenue San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor Willows Laundry and Cleaners 800 Willow Street San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor ANTIQUES COLONY 1915 SAN CARLOS ST W SAN JOSE CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Soil Tank Closure Expert Cleaners 724 South First Street San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil This case is associated with the following two cases: T0608591632 Electric Battery and Carb (Non-case) T0608502083 Griffin Property (closed) Expert Dry Cleaners operated at this site (724 South first street) for twenty years (1959-1979) . Orvill Griffin purchased the property ( 718 and 724 South First Street) in June 1979 and operated an auto parts and repair facility. The city of SJ Fire Dept required owner to remove the USTs (one gasoline and one stoddart solventand) and associated piping (URF dated 08/29/1991). The owner discovered four more USTs during excavation. The owner removed all six USTs on July 9, 1991. The USTs are listed below: UST #1 1,500 Gallons diesel UST #2 250 Gallons stoddard solvent UST #3 500 Gallons stoddard solvent UST #4 250 Gallons stoddard solvent UST #5 100 Gallons stoddard solvent UST #6 200 Gallons stoddard solvent Approximatley 600 tons of soil surrounding the USTs and beneath the former dry cleaner building was excavated and removed. The excavation was backfilled and the surface was paved for parking and storage. The main contaminats of concern detected in soil were TPHg, TPHd, and PCE. Suggestions: Scan paper file and upload to GT. Copy PDF reports and files from the SC County LUSTOP (file No. 07S1E17G03f) and upload them to GT. Model Cleaners 160 East Younger Avenue San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Surface water PORTOLA CLEANERS 130 VIRGINIA ST W SAN JOSE CA Non-Case Information Pending Review Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Aquifer used for drinking water supply, Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil Vapor Portola Cleaners appears to have two address: 130 West Virginia St., San Jose and 805 State Street, San Jose. Dry cleaning solvents released from dry cleaning operations and the related UST. The SCVWD transferred the case to the Regional Water Board on April 1, 1996. SJ Fire Dept. recommended collecting samples from the tank slurry and soil, closing the UST by filling it in place. (MS) No soil, soil gas and groundwater sampling data in the file. Tank Closure Cambrian Center Cleaners 2053 Woodard San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil San Ramon Cleaners 498 East Empire Street San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Indoor Air, Other Groundwater (uses other than drinking water), Soil, Soil Vapor G and H Cleaners 148 West Alma San Jose CA Non-Case Information Informational Item Tetrachloroethylene (PCE)































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