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  • SS030 - Monitoring Well 269

    Conveyance Piping to Connect Off-base Wells to Treatment PlantMonitoring Well 269 (SS030) is located at the south boundary of the base adjacent to Building 1125, a communications facility. The facility's septic system may be a source of solvent-contaminated groundwater that has migrated 1,700 feet beyond the base boundary.  Trichloroethene (TCE) is
  • SS035 - Buildings 818 & 819

    North View of Site SS035Buildings 818 and 819 (SS035) contain a wash area, an oil/water separator and sump, a hydraulic lift storage area, and a hazardous materials accumulation area. Asphalt and roadbase cover most of the site, although there is some exposed soil and grass along the east end of Building 818. The primary groundwater contaminants
  • SS041 - Building 905

    Building 905Soil Cleanup Action at Site SS041Site SS041 consists of two components: Building 905 and the Cypress Lakes Golf Course Annex.  The golf course is located about 2.5 miles north of Travis AFB and contains a maintenance yard that had pesticide contamination in the surface soil.  Groundwater was not impacted by Annex activities.  In 2000.
  • SS046 - Railhead Munitions Staging Area

    The Railhead Munitions Staging Area is a concrete pad next to a railroad spur near the conventional munitions storage area (A Bunker). The inactive railhead was used to bring munitions to Travis AFB. These operations resulted in the deposition of metals and PAH beneath the railroad tracks and in three isolated areas surrounding the concrete pad.
  • ST018 - North/South Gas Stations

    Horizontal Drill Rig Installs Piping for ST018 Extraction SystemSolar Panels Power Two ST018 Groundwater PumpsThe North/South Gas Stations are located on opposite sides of Travis Avenue, directly across from one another and adjacent to site FT002. Both gas stations are active facilities. Leaking underground storage tanks and associated pipelines
  • ST027 - TF-33 Test Stand Area

    The TF-33 Test Stand Area consists of 35 acres in the Travis AFB flight line that has been used since 1957 for jet engine testing, aircraft testing, and fuel storage.  Total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) have been identified in the local soil and groundwater. Hydraulic oil has been observed seeping up through the cracks in the pavement when aircraft
  • ST028 - Buildings 363 & 1201

    Buildings 363 and 1201 are facilities in the vicinity of several underground fuel storage areas.  One underground storage tank was used for hazardous waste storage.  This fuel farm contained eleven 25,000-gallon fuel tanks from 1948 to 1983; all of these tanks were removed from the site by 1995. The groundwater is contaminated with fuel
  • ST032 - Monitoring Well 246

    Field in Vicinity of Monitoring Well 246Site ST032, which was identified with Monitoring Well 246 site, is located in the eastern portion of the base.  It consists of grassy fields surrounded by a runway, taxiways, and the aircraft parking apron.  Two distinct groundwater zones were identified at the site.  The first zone contained fuel product
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