Category: CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act)

CERCLA (Superfund) Projects:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

Bingham/Magna Ditch Soils Investigation Five Year Review Superfund Documents Completion of the Kennecott South Zone Five Year Review for Operable Units 3, 6, 7, 17 and 18 Explanation of Significant Differences, August 2003 Fact Sheet, October 2006 Kennecott Utah Copper’s Final Design for Remedial Action at South Facilities Groundwater Appendix A: Post Closure Report-December 2002 …

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Natural Resource Damage (NRD) Project:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

Historic mining activities in the Oquirrh Mountains in southwest Salt Lake County led to the creation of two groundwater plumes in the principle aquifer of southwest Salt Lake County (Contaminated Zones Map). The two groundwater plumes contain elevated concentrations of sulfate and total dissolved solids (TDS) above the State of Utah primary drinking water standards. …

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Joint Proposal: Natural Resource Damage (NRD) Three-Party Agreement:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

June 11, 2004 NRD Joint Proposal Narrative and Tables NRD Joint Proposal Figures Changes to Figures Figure 2.4A Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District Customers and Boundaries Figure 2.4B Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District Water System Figure 4.1A S.W. Jordan Valley Highest Sulfate Concentration Data Figure 5.2A Proposed Groundwater Extraction and Treatment System Figure 5.4A Zone …

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Document Repository: Natural Resource Damage (NRD) Project:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

Jump to: Administrative Documents Annual Reports Construction and Testing Stakeholder Forum Meetings and Materials Related Documents Administrative Documents Natural Resource Damage Claim 1995 Natural Resource Damage Consent Decree Comment Response Summary August 31, 2004 (Due to the length of this document, it is broken down into topical chapters.) Findings and Conclusions August 31, 2004 June …

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Defense Environmental Restoration Program Sites: Superfund Program

The Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP) was established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to address contamination from past DoD operations and restore land to useable conditions at active installations, Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS), and Base Realignment and Closure locations.

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Uniform Environmental Covenants:
Voluntary Cleanup Program

Environmental covenants, whether called institutional controls, land use controls or some other term, may be considered as part of the environmental remediation process for contaminated real property. Environmental Covenant Template Memorandum About Signature Authority Designation Under the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act. Uniform Environmental Covenants Act Utah Code Ann. 57-25-101, et seq.

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Enforceable Written Assurances:
Voluntary Cleanup Program

UDEQ has a Brownfields tool known as an Enforceable Written Assurance (EWA), which allows the Executive Director of the UDEQ to issue an EWA to a bona fide prospective purchaser (BFPP). This term is defined by the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act and incorporated in the Hazardous Substances Mitigation Act (HSMA). The …

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Voluntary Cleanup Program

In 1997, the Utah Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP) was created to promote the voluntary cleanup of contaminated sites. The VCP is intended to encourage redevelopment of Brownfields and other impacted sites by providing a streamlined cleanup program. Success Stories 2018 State of the Environment Report Association of County Governments (1 MB) Brownfields Newsletter Utah Planners Association (960 …

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Superfund Program and Federal Facilities

Administered by the CERCLA Branch of the Division of Environmental Response and Remediation Active Superfund Sites Defense Environmental Restoration Program Sites Deleted Superfund Sites Federal Facility Sites Proposed Superfund Sites Superfund is a federal environmental program established by the U.S. Congress to address abandoned hazardous waste sites within the United States. It is also the …

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Active Sites: Superfund Program

Administered by the CERCLA Branch of the Division of Environmental Response and Remediation Site State Project Manager Status Bountiful/Woods Cross 5th South PCE Plume Bountiful, Utah Michael Storck (801) 536-4179 Final NPL Davenport and Flagstaff Smelters Sandy, Utah Thomas Daniels (801) 536-4090 Final NPL Eureka Mills Eureka, Utah Michael Storck (801) 536-4179 Final NPL Five Points PCE Plume …

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