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  • SD001 - Union Creek

    Union Creek - Prior to Sediment RemediationUnion Creek - During Sediment ExcavationSite SD001 consists of the main branch of Union Creek and the associated Storm Sewer Systems A & C. The main branch of Union Creek runs parallel to the southern portion of the base runway. Union Creek is not a source of contamination but has received contaminated
  • SD031 - Building 1205

    Building 1205Aircraft and heavy equipment maintenance at Building 1205 dates back to the 1950s.  Most of the open portion of Site SD031 is paved.  A wash rack just south of the facility is still used to clean diesel engine parts.  Chlorinated solvents, benzene, and the metal nickel have been found in the groundwater and may be a source of potential
  • SD033 - Storm Sewer System B

    West Branch of Union CreekOutfall II after Sediment Cleanup and Site RestorationStorm Sewer System B (SD033) consists of the west branch of Union Creek, parts of Storm Sewer B, Buildings 810 and 1917, the area around the South Gate, and Outfall II. These facilities are listed as one site, because past activities at these locations may have
  • SD034 - Building 811

    Building 811Building 811 (SD034) is located in the northwestern portion of the North/East/West Industrial Operable Unit and has an indoor wash-rack that is used to wash, strip, and treat aircraft parts prior to painting. Wastewater from the wash-rack flows into an oil/water separator (OWS) that directs it into either the sanitary sewer or a
  • SD036 - Building 872

    Site SD036 consists of Buildings 872, 873, and 876 as well as several paved areas in an active industrial portion of the base. Buildings 872, 873, and 876 were built as multiple use shops in 1953, which included a wash rack and an oil/water separator.  Current uses of these facilities include paint shops, electrical shops, and landscape
  • SD037 - Sanitary Sewer

    Portion of the Controlled Area at Site SD037The Sanitary Sewer (SD037) encompasses a large part of the original West Industrial Operable Unit (WIOU) and includes Buildings 837/838, 919, 977, and 981; the Ragsdale/V area; and the Area G Ramp. The buildings contain an oil/water separator, sumps, wash-racks, and a fuel hydrant system. The sanitary
  • SD042 - Buildings 929, 931 & 940

    Site SD042 Prior to Soil CleanupSite SD042 During 2003 Soil Cleanup ActionBuilding 929 is a storage shed near a former hazardous waste accumulation area. Building 931 is a maintenance facility for portable electrical generators. Building 940 is a former paint drying facility that was associated with the former Fairfield Air Force Station, an Atomic
  • SD043 - Building 916

    Southeast View of Building 916Building 916 is the Emergency Generator Facility that once allowed the sump beneath two diesel generators to drain into an outdoor drainage ditch. A small trichloroethene (TCE) plume is downgradient of the facility. In addition, at least one electrical transformer on a former concrete pad adjacent to the building
  • SD045 - Former Small Arms Range

    Soil Excavation at Former Small Arms RangeThe former Small Arms Range (SD045) is a decommissioned facility that was used for small arms training. Lead, antimony, and copper were detected in the soil.Based on human health and ecological assessments of the potential risks posed by the contaminants, the West/Annexes/Basewide Operable Unit Soil Record
  • Space Available Selection Process

    Travelers remain on the register for 60 days or the duration of their travel orders or authorization, whichever occurs first. When you register, you are assigned a category of travel (see eligibility) and compete for seats within categories based on the date and time of registration. This date and time of sign-up is yours through to destination,
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