Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center

ER Publications A-Z

Environmental Restoration publications are listed on this page by title.

Most of the publications are produced by the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC) or its predecessor organizations:
    Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NAVFAC ESC or NFESC),
    Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (NCEL), and
    Naval Energy and Environmental Support Activity (NEESA).
    Naval Environmental Support Office (NESO)

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       
Munitions Constituents
Natural Attenuation
pathways
bioremediation

Attenuation Pathways for Munitions Constituents in Soils and Groundwater, NAVFAC EXWC TR-NAVFACEXWC-EV-1503 (January 2015)

The objective of this report is to provide an understanding of natural and enhanced attenuation processes for muntions constituents (MC) in soils and groundwater. Recent research findings related to MC attenuation pathways are summarized, along with lessons learned from monitored natural attenuation (MNA) and bioremediation applications for MC at DoD and other sites. The scope of this report includes MC issues; physical, chemical, and biological attenuation pathways; technology applications; and case studies.

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ARARs

Toolkit

Applicable or Relevant and Appropriate Requirements (ARARs) - Toolkit for Identifying, NAVFAC (August 2014)

ARARs are federal and state environmental or facility siting laws and regulations that are identified when evaluating CERCLA removal or remedial actions. ARARs must be established for CERCLA actions because CERCLA provides exemptions from some aspects of environmental laws and regulations for activities conducted entirely on-site. This Toolkit consists of eight graphical exhibits containing key information to aid in outlining the key concepts in identifying and documenting ARARs.

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After Action Report
    (AAR)
NSA Crane
explosive material
burning ground

After-Action Report For The Decontamination and Demolition of Group I. II. III. IV Buildings, Tunnels, Foundations, and Associated Drainage in Mine Fill Areas A and B, NSA Crane, IN (April 2011)

Report of actions items identified during the Demolition/Decontamination at NSA Crane of selected buildings constructed during World War II (WWII) and was used extensively until the middle 1970’s.

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Human Health Risk
  Assessment (HHRA)
non-default
exposure
receptors
risk parameters
pathways

Assessing Non-Default Exposures in Human Health Risk Assessment (HHRA), NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Quick Reference Guide  (28 April 2011)

Reference Guide provides Human Health Risk Assessment examples of non-default exposure scenarios and guidance that may arise and when they may be applicable.

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Adaptive LTM

Adaptive Long-Term Monitoring at Environmental Restoration Sites, Cost and Performance Report (ESTCP ER-0629), NAVFAC ESC TR-2322-ENV (October 2009)

The primary objective of this ESTCP project was to demonstrate and validate the use of the Sampling Optimizer and Data Tracker
software offered by Summit Envirosolutions, at three DoD sites. The three demonstration sites were as follows: Former George Air Force Base Site, Victorville, CA (GAFB site), Former Nebraska Ordnance Plant Site, Mead, NE (NOP site), and Camp Allen Landfill Site, Norfolk, VA (Camp Allen site). MAROS was also applied at one of the three demonstration sites. The Summit Software demonstrated in this ESTCP project provides a set of tools for Long-Term Monitoring Optimization (LTMO), and consists of two major modules: Sampling Optimizer (SO) identifies redundant sampling locations (spatial optimization), or redundant locations and frequencies (spatiotemporal optimization), in historical data. Data Tracker (DT) allows current monitoring data to be reviewed against selected historical data (i.e., the "background data") to identify cases where current data deviate from expectations that are based on the background values and patterns.

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Adaptive Long-Term Monitoring

Adaptive Long-Term Monitoring at Environmental Restoration Sites-ESTCP ER-0629, NAVFAC ESC-TR-2317-ENV, (May 2009)

This document proposes a comprehensive and flexible approach, referred to as 'adaptive site management,' for dealing with difficult-to-remediate hazardous waste sites at Navy facilities.

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Alternative
   Restoration
   Technology
   Team(ARTT)
initiatives
innovative
technologies
workgroup
Installation
     Restoration(IR

Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) Handout of 2005 (December, 2005)

The Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) is a NAVFAC chartered work group established to promote and implement the use of cost-effective, innovative technologies and methods in the Department of the Navy's Installation Restoration Program. Summary of the 2005 accomplishments and plans.

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Dense Non-Aqueous
   Phase Liquid
   (DNAPL)
source remediation
chemical oxidation
Dual Phase Extraction
Zero Valent Iron (ZVI)

Assessing the Feasibility of DNAPL Source Zone Remediation: Review of Case Studies NAVFAC ESC CR-04-002-ENV (May, 2004)

Results from the application of Chlorinated Solvent Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) source remediation technologies and applications under different site conditions in order to initiate the development of guidelines on DNAPL source treatment.

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ordnance
     compounds
coastal
ecosystems
munitions
explosives
sediments

Assessment of Environmental Effects of Ordnance Compounds and Their Transformation Products in Coastal Ecosystems, NAVFAC ESC TR-2234-ENV (December 2003)

Assessment of the fate and effects of two munitions and
explosives of concern, 2,6-dinitrotoluene (2,6-DNT) and 2,4,6-trinitrophenol (picric acid) in marine environments. Specifically, biotransformation and degradation in marine sediments, and photo-transformation in seawater were assessed.

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Alternative
   Restoration
   Technology
   Team(ARTT)
initiatives
innovative
technologies
workgroup
Installation
     Restoration(IR)

Alternative Restoration Technology Team Brochure, NAVFAC (January, 2003, Version 5)

The Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) is a NAVFAC chartered workgroup established to promote and implement the use of cost effective, innovative technologies, and methods in the Navy Installation Restoration (IR) Program. Identifies progress for 2002 and 2003.

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Alternative
   Restoration
   Technology
   Team(ARTT)
initiatives
innovative
technologies
workgroup
Installation
     Restoration(IR)

ARTT Annual Summary of Initiatives Brochure, NAVFAC (January, 2002 Version 4)

The Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) is a NAVFAC chartered workgroup established to promote and implement the use of cost effective, innovative technologies, and methods in the Navy Installation Restoration (IR) Program.  Identifies progress and accomplishments for 2001 and project plans for 2002.

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air sparging
air injection
volatile contaminants
gasoline
solvents
jet fuel

Air Sparging Guidance Document, NAVFAC ESC TR-2193-ENV (August, 2001)

Guidance on selection, design, installation, operation,
optimization and shutdown of air sparging systems. The manual applies the results from full-scale systems, field studies, and research to provide a concise yet complete life-cycle approach to air sparging design and implementation.

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Human Health Risk
   Assessment (HHRA)
Polychlorinated
      biphenyl(PCB)
congeners
aroclors
homologues
bioaccumulate

Analysis of PCB Congeners vs. Arcolors in Ecological Risk Assessment, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper, NAVFAC CH2M Hill (9 April, 2001)

Issue paper presents a general description of
Polychlorinated Biphenyls and discusses the differences in costs, data quality, and significance of results for the two analytical methods, as well as their pros and cons as tools in ecological risk assessment

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Asbestos-
   Containing
    Material (ACM)
Polychlorinated
   Biphenyls (PCB)
alkaline
mineralogical
thermochemical

Asbestos-Polychlorinated Biphenyl Conversion System, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2080-ENV (May, 2000)

Demonstration of a Thermochemical process that mineralogically converts hazardous wastes, specifically asbestos-containing Polychlorinated Biphenyl’s (PCBs) to inert stable non-hazardous material.

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air sparging
air injection
volatile contaminants
gasoline
solvents
jet fuel

Air Sparging Brochure, NAVFAC ESC (now NAVFAC EXWC)  (November, 1999)

Tri-Fold brochure on Air Sparging remediation technology.  An Application Guidance Tool that describes the technology applications, advantages and limitations

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Administrative
    Record
CERCLA
Administrative
   Record
   Management
   System (ARMS)

Administrative Records Brochure, NAVFAC ESC (November 1999, Version 2)

Summary of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Administrative Record Management System User's Guide.

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bioslurping
LNAPL
aquifer
petroleum
    hydrocarbons
free-product recovery
Soil Vapor
   Extraction (SVE)

Application Guide for Bioslurping -Vol I, NAVFAC ESC TM-2300-ENV (October 1998)

Principles and practices of Bioslurping described for the  Remedial Project Manager to facilitate preliminary decisions regarding the feasibility of this technology for remediation of a site contaminated with light, non-aqueous phase liquid.

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bioslurping
LNAPL
aquifer
petroleum
     hydrocarbons
free-product recovery
Soil Vapor
   Extraction (SVE)
cost estimating

Application Guide for Bioslurping -Vol II, NAVFAC ESC TM-2301 (October 1998)

Detailed description of the bioslurper system, testing procedures, system design, operation, monitoring and approach for site closure. Includes a cost estimating guide.

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landfill capping
geosynthetic
clay liners
geomembranes
vegetative caps
evapotranspiration
RCRA

Alternative Landfill Capping, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2059-ENV (August 1998)

A variety of alternative landfill caps were field tested to gain regulatory approval, by comparing the performance and costs of practical soil based covers to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act  (RCRA) design.

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thermal desorption
petroleum
Polycyclic Aromatic
   Hydrocarbon (PAH)
pesticides
Polychlorinated
   Biphenyls (PCBs)

Application Guide for Thermal Desorption, NAVFAC ESC TR-2090-ENV (April, 1998)

Technical information on design and performance characteristics, cost, associated regulatory compliance issues, and contracting strategies for deploying thermal desorption systems. Establishes a process for implementing thermal desorption technology at naval installations.

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landfill capping
geosynthetic
clay liners
geomembranes
vegetative caps
enhanced runoff
C or D caps
RCRA

Alternative Landfill Capping Brochure, NAVFAC ESC (February 1998)

As an alternative to the expensive RCRA caps, a variety of less costly Alternative to the expensive RCRA caps, a variety of less costly caps have been developed. The performance of the three designs were evaluated and evidence is now available to show regulators the effectiveness of these alternative landfill caps.

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       
Biogeochemical Biogeochemical Transformation Handbook, NAVFAC TR-1601 (October 2015) 41 1,036

Aquifer amendments

Injection

Distribution

Best Practices for Injection and Distribution of Amendments, TR-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1303 (19 March 2013)

The objective of this document is to present current "best practices" for introducing liquid and solid phase amendments into aquifers and improve the likelihood that these amendments are adequately distributed. Best practices and lessons learned are also provided.

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Bioremediation

DNAPL Source

Bioremediation-Using in Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid Source Zones, NAVFAC Fact Sheet (12 April 2012)

This fact sheet reviews factors that determine if bioremediation can be used in a dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) source zone.

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Biomonitoring

Biological Endpoints

Biomonitoring: Guide for the Use of Biological Endpoints in Monitoring Species, Habitats, and Projects, NAVFAC ESC TR-2284-ENV (Nov 2007)

[ERB Rec ID# 3250] This guidance document presents a framework for using biological endpoints in monitoring species, habitats and projects associated with NERP sites undergoing remediation in compliance with CERCLA.

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Bioslurping

Bioslurping - Use of Prepump Separation Technologies to Enhance Cost-Effectiveness of Bioslurper Systems - Long-Term Demonstration NAVFAC ESC TR-2220-ENV (June 2003)

Final report for ESTCP Project #CU-9908, which involved 8 short-term demonstratioons and one lin-term demonstration (at NAS Fallon NV) to test 2 pre-pump bioslurper system modifications: modified knockout tank and in-well "dual drop tube" fuel-groundwater separation methods.

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Passive Bioventing

Bioventing - Natural Pressure-Driven Passive Bioventing - Final Report Addendum, NAVFAC ESC TR-2221-ENV (June 2003)

Final report for ESTCP Project *9715, which involved short-term testing at 10 eastern U.S. sites, additional site characterization and testing at 2 of the sites (Fort Stewart, GA and Robins AFB, GA) to evaluate the potential to use "passive bioventing" in the eastern U.S.

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Bioslurping

Bioslurping - Low Volatility Fuels Recovery Brochure, NAVFAC ESC (March 2000)

Bioslurping teams vacuum enhanced free product recovery with bioventing. Naval Air Station Fallon project is highlighted.

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Biocell

petroleum-contaminated-soils

Biocell Technology-Remediation of Petroleum-Contaminated Soils, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2017-ENV (July 1998)

As a solution to expensive off-site disposal, biocell technol-ogy provides an innovative method for treating small quantities of soils contaminated with low to intermediate concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons. The technology involves loading petroleum-contaminated soils into a commercially available 40-cubic yard dumpster or any other container similar in size, and stimulating aerobic microbial activity within the soils through aeration. Soil can be treated in amounts ranging from a small quantity, by simply filling a portion of the container, to a large quantity, by using multiple containers (modular approach). Adding moisture and nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus can enhance microbial activity. The microbial activity degrades the petroleum-based constituents adsorbed to soil particles, thus reducing the concentrations of these contaminants. Clean soil can then be returned to the original excavation site or used as fill where needed.

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Biocell Application

Biocell Application Guidance, NAVFAC ESC TR-2092-ENV (July 1998)

Biocell technology is an innovative method for treating small quantities of soils contaminated with low to intermediate concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons, which are commonly encountered at Navy installations. The technology involves loading petroleum-contaminated soils into a dumpster or container, and stimulating aerobic microbial activity within the soils through aeration. Adding moisture and nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus can enhance microbial activity. The microbial activity degrades the petroleum-based constituents adsorbed to soil particles, thus reducing the concentrations of these contaminants. Clean soil can then be returned to the original excavation site or used as fill where needed.

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Biopile remediation

Biopile Remediation, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2018-ENV (March 1997)

Biopile remediation is an environmental cleanup technology that uses naturally occuring microbes to destroy organic contaminants in soil. Investigation of biopile remediation is currently being conducted at the National Test Site in Port Hueneme, CA

 

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Biopile Design

Biopile Design and Construction Manual, NAVFAC ESC TM-2189-ENV (June 1996)

Biopile Design and Construction Manual

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Biopiles O&M

Biopile Operation and Maintenance Manual, NAVFAC ESC TM-2190-ENV (June 1996)

The manual was created to support biopile work conducted at U. S. Navy and Marine Corps facilities and is a companion document to the site-specific biopile design and construction report that usually will be prepared upon completion of biopile construction at each site.

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Biopiles brochure

Biopiles Brochure, NAVFAC ESC (May 1996)

Biopiles are soil piles that use the bioremediation process to economically clean up hydrocarbon-contamianted soils. Indigenous microorganisms use hydrocarbons as a food source and convert them to carbon dioxide and water.  Biopiles have an aeration system to provide oxygen, an irrigation/nutrient injection system, and a leachate collection system

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Bioslurping

Best Practices

Bioslurping-Best Practices Manual, NAVFAC ESC TM-2191-ENV (25 June 1996)

 

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       
 

Complex Challenges at Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) Sites Fact Sheet (April 2017)

 

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Munitions Checklist

CSM Checklist - Munitions, NAVFAC ESC (14 Jan 2013)

 

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Sediment  Checklist

CSM Checklist - Sediment, NAVFAC ESC (14 Jan 2013)

 

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Terrestrial Checklist

CSM Checklist - Terrestrial, NAVFAC ESC (14 Jan 2013)

 

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Vapor Intrusion checklist

CSM Checklist - Vapor Intrusion, NAVFAC ESC (17 Oct 2012)

 

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Permeable Reactive Barriers

Cost and Performance Report Permeable Reactive Barrier, TR-NAVFAC ESC-EV-1207 (March 2012)

An evaluation of cost and performance was conducted for three full-scale permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) representing a range of installation technologies, reactive media, and targeted contaminants

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Persulfate Treatability

Cost and Performance Report for Persulfate Treatablilty Studies, NAVFAC ESC TR-2333-ENV (June 2010)

Five Persulfate application projects at four Navy sites and one Marine Corps site provide useful information on performance of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) under different site conditions.

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Addendum-ERH

Cost and Performance Report Addendum of Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH), NAVAFAC ESC TR-2308-ENV (Sept 2008)

An evaluation of the cost and performance of electrical resistance heating (ERH), which was applied at Site 1 located at the U.S. Naval Station Annapolis

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ZVI

Cost and Performance Report for a Zero Valent Iron (ZVI) Treatability Study at North Island, NAVFAC ESC TR-2307-ENV (July 2008)

An evaluation of the cost and performance of a zero-valent iron (ZVI) pilot treatability study conducted for the treatment of chlorinated organics in groundwater at Operable Unit 20 at Naval Air Station North Island

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Persulfate Treatability

Cost and Performance Report for a Persulfate Treatability Study at North Island, NAVFAC ESC TR-2306-ENV (Aug 2008)

Five Persulfate application projects at four Navy sites and one Marine Corps site provide useful information on performance of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) under different site conditions. FOR T2 PAGE:An evaluation of the cost and performance of a persulfate pilot treatability study conducted for the treatment of chlorinated organics in groundwater at Operable Unit 20 at Naval Air Station North Island.

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ERH

Cost and Performance Review of Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) for Source Treatment - Final Report, NAVFAC ESC TR 2279-ENV (March 2007)

This cost and performance report is a critical review of technical and performance data from four recent Navy projects and one NASA project involving the use of Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) for treatment of source zones containing dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPLs) or high concentrations of volatile contaminants. ERH is a remediation technology that involves passing electrical current through saturated or unsaturated soil, resulting in increased subsurface temperatures usually to the boiling point of water. The soil is heated by the passage of current through the electrodes and not by the electrodes themselves. ERH increases the subsurface temperatures beyond the boiling point of contaminants like chlorinated volative organic compounds (CVOCs) causing them to transition into the vapor phase to be removed through vapor recovery wells. ERH does not directly remove contaminants from the subsurface but rather it creates the changes in physical, chemical, and biological conditions that facilitate their removal from the subsurface or their in situ transformation to potentially non-toxic compounds.

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ZVI

Cost and Performance Report Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron Technologies for Source Remediation, NAVFAC ESC Contract Report CR-05-007-ENV (September 2005)

This cost and performance report is a comparative evaluation of the performance of nano- and micro-scale zero-valent iron field demonstrations at three Department of the Navy sites: Hunters Point NSY, Jacksonville NAS, and Lakehurst NAES.

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Policy

Contaminated Sediments

Contaminated Sediments at Navy Facilities: Policy, Guidance, and Characterization - NAVFAC TDS-2091-ENV (December 2002)

Addressing contaminated sediments at Naval facilities presents significant technical and magerial challenges. The state of the science is still evolving, as are the environmnetal regulations that apply to contaminated sediments. This TechData Sheet, based on the presentation given at RITS Spring 2002, provides a handy reference to CNO and NAVFAC guidance regarding contaminated sediment.

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Cleanup

Contaminated Sediments

Contaminated Sediments at Navy Facilities: Cleanup Alternatives - NAVFAC TDS-2092-ENV (December 2002)

Sediment contamination is recognized as a widespread and serious problem, and the management of contaminated sediments presents significant challenges. Based on the presentation given on this subject at the RITS Spring 2002 offering, here is a summary of advances in sediment cleanup alternatives.

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Surfactant-Enhanced DNAPL Removal

Cost and Performance Report for Surfactant-Enhanced DNAPL Removal at Site 88, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, NAVFAC ESC CP Report (9 October 2001)

This report reviews the surfactant flood demonstration conducted at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina with respect to cost and performance issues. Cost for full-scale cleanup are provided.

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Confounding Factors

Confounding Factors in Sediment Toxicology, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (24 Oct 2000)

Issue paper from SPAWAR Systems Center and MEC Analytical Systems identifies and discusses ways to avoid confounding factors associated with sediment toxicity tests.

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CTC Technologies

Cost to Complete (CTC) Technologies Reference Manual-Final, NAVFAC ESC Report (17 September, 1999

List and applicability profiles of Navy preferred environmental remediation technologies, organized by contaminant and media, used for preliminary identification of a range of feasible cleanup alternatives

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Pilot Scale Permeable Barrier

Cost and Performance Report for Pilot Scale Permeable Barrier at Former Naval Air Station  Moffet Field, Mountain View, California, NAVFAC ESC CP Report (16 July 1999)

Cost & Performance Report for a pilot scale permeable reactive barrier for cleanup of chlorinated solvents at NAS Moffett Field, Mountain View, CA.

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Constructed Wetlands

Constructed Wetlands -Cost Effective Treatment of Non-Point Source Pollution, NAVFAC ESC  Tri-fold Brochure (March 1997)

Brochure describing the process to implement constructed wetlands for treatment of non-point source pollution.

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Topics Title Pages Size (KB)
       
 

Demonstration of SAR Remediation at Fort Polk. MAVFAC ESC Brochure, NAVFAC ESC Brochure (November 1999)

A brochure of Demonstration of Small Arms Range Remediation at Fort Polk, Louisiana.

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Development of Marine Sediment Toxicity Data for Ordnance Compounds and Toxicity Identification Evaluation Studies at Select Naval Facilities, NAVFAC ESC CR-01-002-ENV (August 2000)

Summary of toxicity identification studies for ordnance compounds in marine sediment.

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DNAPL-Biodegradation of DNAPLs Through Bioaugmentation of Source Areas, Dover National Test Site, Dover, Delaware, NAVFAC ESC CR-07-021 (ESTCP ER-0008) (May 2007)

This demonstration evaluated the use of biological processes to enhance the dissolution of a tetrachloroethene (PCE) from an aquifer known to have PCE present in a dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) form. There are no currently available, proven technologies that can reliably remove 100% of DNAPL (both free product and residual) mass. There is a critical need for technologies that can effectively treat DNAPL sources in the saturated zone, resulting in both destruction and containment with reduced treatment times and lower costs. The approach of this demonstration was to introduce naturally-occurring, dehalo-respiring microbial consortia that function at the solubility limits of chlorinated solvents, into DNAPL source areas. In summary this demonstration was successful and was able to prove that biological systems can be applied and promote enhanced dissolution of a PCE DNAPL.

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DNAPL - Development of a Protocol and a Screening Tool for the Selection of DNAPL Source Area Remediation - Final Report, NAVFAC ESC CR-NAVFAC ESC-EV-1201 (January 2012)

 

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DNAPL Removal From Fractured Riock UsingThermal Conductive Heatiing (TCH), NAVFAC ESC Contractor Report CR-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1202 (August 2012)

Demonstrate the feasibility of TCH to heat the target volume of rock and water to steam distillation temperatures via energy applied to vertical TCH borings. This included evaluating the cooling influence of inflowing groundwater.

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Dynamic Underground Stripping with Hydrous Pyrolysis Oxidation, NAVFAC ESC (February 2000)

Overview of Dynamic Underground Stripping with Hydrous Pyrolysis Oxidation remediation technology.

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test at Site 88, MCLB Camp Lejeune, NC, NAVFAC ESC & LANT Report (July 1999)

The report describes the DNAPL site characterization using a partitioning interwell tracer test at Site 88, MCB Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test - Appendix A - B1 (B pgs 1-29 (July 1999)

 

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test - Appendix B2 (B pgs 30-60) - C (July 1999)

 

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test - Appendix D-G (July 1999)

 

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test - Appendix H1 (H pgs 1-121 )(July 1999)

 

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test - Appendix H2 (H pgs 122-242 )(July 1999)

 

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DNAPL Site Characterization Using a Partitioning Interwell Tracer Test - Appendix I - Q (July 1999)

 

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Destruction of PCBs in Contaminated Soils at Mare Island Navy Base - A Demonstration of In-Situ Thermal Desorption Thermal Blankets and Wells, NAVFAC ESC  TDS-2044-ENV (September 1997)

Description of project conducted at NSY Mare Island to destroy and remove PCBs in contaminated soils.

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Demonstration of the Continuous Multichannel Tubing System, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2073-ENV (August 2001)

A BADCAT/NFESC TechData Sheet (TDS) about a demonstration project at Hunters Point Shipyard, California. The Continuous Multichannel Tubing (CMT) system allows access to different well depths with a single device.

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Determination of the Ecological Risk Associated with a Plume of MTBE at NCBC, Port Hueneme, CA, NAVFAC ESC, TDS-2074-ENV (December 1999)

An ecological risk analysis will be performed at the MTBE plume comparing microtox results with MTBE concentration.

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Diffusion Membrane Samplers - A Low-Cost Alternative Groundwater Monitoring Tool for VOCs - TDS 2085 (September 2000)

Innovative low-cost sampling for VOCs in groundwater using polyethylene membrane-diffusion samplers. Technique may require plactment of sampler in-situ for 2 weeks but eliminates bailing and investigative derived wastes (IDW). A technololy data sheet (TDS).

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Direct-Push Wells Versus Drilled Well, A Performance Comparison, NAVFAC ESC TR-2120-ENV (January 2001)

A Performance Comparison of Direct-Push Wells Versus Drilled Well.

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DNAPL - Lessons Learned on Bioaugmentation of DNAPL Source Zone Areas, NAVFAC ESC TR-2293-ENV, ESTCP 0008 (1 Oct 2007)

DNAPL - Lessons Learned on Bioaugmentation of DNAPL Source Zone Areas, NAVFAC ESC TR-2293-ENV, ESTCP 0008 (1 Oct 2007)

The ESTCP funded a pilot scale demonstration in which 100L of PCE were released in a test cell at Dover AFB. The purpose of the demonstration was to investigate the effects of biological activity on enhancing dissolution of the emplaced PCE source. Both laboratory and field tests were performed using biostimulation and bioaugmentation. Both laboratory and field efforts demonstrated that bioaugmentation can stimulate complete dechlorination to nontoxic end products. Lessons learned from the demonstration can be applied at other sites and include: a) the rationale for bioaugmentation, b) how to assess the need for bioaugmentation, and c) tracking system performance.

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Demonstration and Certification of Amphibian Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol Final Report, NAVFAC ESC TR-2318-ENV (April 2009)

This document provides protocols developed under ESTCP for conducting ecological risk assessments (ERA) on amphibians. (ESTCP Project Number ER-0514)

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DNAPL Management Overview Handbook, NAVFAC ESC TR-2315-ENV(April 2007)

This handbook provides an introduction on how to manage DNAPL contamination at a site. Because DNAPL sites can be very challenging, this document focuses heavily on the limitations of characterizing and removing DNAPL and how to make realistic management decisions in the midst of these uncertainties.

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Design and Quality Assurance/Quality Control Considerations for In Situ Chemical Oxidation, TM-NAVFACEXWC-EV-1302 (June 2013)

 

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Direct Injection of a Bacterial Culture to Biodegrade MTBE-Contaminated Groundwater, NCBC 38-99 NETTS Port Hueneme (August 1999)

NETTS Project: A field study is underway to investigate the feasibility of using direct in situ injection of a pure bacterial culture , PM1, to reduce MTBE in groundwater.

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Dioxin - Questions & Answers, Tri-Service Environmental Risk Assessment Workgroup Technical Guidance (February 2013)

 

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Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination

ERD

Design Consideration For Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination, NAVFAC EXWC TM-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1501 (March 2015)

Key CSM elements and potential to ERD designs.Consideration of Site Lithology and its effects.

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In Situ Chemical Oxidation

ISCO

Design Considerations for In Situ Chemical Oxidation, NAVFAC EXWC TM-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1502 (March 2015)

The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for design submittals of In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) systems. Provides summary of the best practices for ISCO design, tips for appropriate quality assurance and quality control measures.

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       

Sustainability

EO 13693

Executive Order 13693 - Planning for Federal Sustainability in the Next Decade, Federal Register March 25, 2015 page 15871

It continues to be the policy of the United States that agencies shall increase efficiency and improve their environmental performance. Goals and duties of various agencies are presented.

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Metals Bioavailability

Soil Properties

Risk Assessment

The Effect of Soil Properties on Metal Bioavailability ESTCP Project # ER-0517, TR-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1304 (June 2013)

The technical objectives of the investigation were: (1) To provide validation that the relationships between soil properties and in vitro bioaccessibility methods can serve as a screening tool for estimating in vivo toxic metal bioavailability in DoD soils; (2) To provide DoD with a scientifically and technically sound method for estimating human and ecological risk associated with metal contaminated soils in place of or as justification for more-detailed, site-specific bioavailability (e.g., animal dosing), and (3) to promote the use of in vitro methods in human health and ecological risk assessments through the upfront involvement of end-users and regulators and the subsequent dissemination of the results of the study in peer-reviewed journals.

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ESS Example - Explosives Safety Submission Remedial Investigation Transfer Parcel XVI Paint Waste Area Vicinity (April 2011)

 

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Environmental Cleanup Program of NAS Whidbey Island (September 1995)

Document of the Environmental Cleanup Program at NAS Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, WA.

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Example Approach for the Development of Site-Specific Preliminary Remediation Goals for Protection of Ecological and Human Health at Navy Aquatic Sites, NAVFAC ESC SP-2102-ENV (March 2001)

Case study demonstrating methodology for establishing preliminary remediation goals for sediment sites based on human health and ecological risk concerns.

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Electromagnetic Surveys for 3-D Imaging of Subsurface Contaminants TR 2124-ENV (November 2000)

This project investigated the use of quasistatic electromagnetic (EM) resistivity surveys to detect dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) contamination in the subsurface at two U.S. DOD installations.

76 1963
 

Ecological Screening and COPC Refinement for Sediment, Soil, and Surface Water, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (16 Feb 2012)

An updated version of the Risk Assessment Workgroup's paper on the Navy approach for developing the initial list of Contaminants of Potential Concern (COPCs) for ecological risk.

16 404
 

Ecological Risk Assessment - Reviewing Deliverables, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (28 March 2012)

 

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Evaluation of Site-Specific Criteria for Determining Potability and Cleanup Goals for Impacted Groundwater, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (16 Mar 2011)

This paper provides criteria for determining EPA's Groundwater Beneficial Use Classification in order to establish appropriate cleanup goals for groundwater sites

11 311
 

Environmental Negotiation Primer, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper  (June 2011)

Negotiation Primer Issue Paper from CECOS

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Ecological Risk Screening of NEX MTBE Plume (February 2001)

NETTS Project: Ecological Risk Assessment (ERA) employed chemical, toxicological, and ecological information to determine that the NEX MTBE plume poses little or no ecological risk.

1 67
 

Extraction of MTBE by a Hollow Fiber Membrane (February 2001)

NETTS Project: A filed test extracted MTBE using Hollow Fiber Membrane Technology (FMT) and achieved 99.9% removal efficiency.

 

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EPA - Elements for Effective Management of Operating Pump and Treat Systems, USEPA 542-R-02-009 OSWER 9355.4-27FS  (October 2002)

This EPA fact sheet summarizes key aspects of effective management of operating pump and treat (P&T) systems based on lessons learned at 20 Superfund-financed P&T systems.

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ER,N Funding

Environmental Restoration, Navy

Environmental Restoration, Navy (ER, N) Program Activity Salary and Support Funding, NAVFAC letter 5090 SER 009003/ENC-MD (10 February 2014)

Provides the roles and responsibilities of the activity personnel the ER,N program will support with centrally managed funds.

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Site Characterization

Fractured Rock 

Site Characterization and Remediation in Fractured Rock Fact Sheet (August 2017)

This fact sheet provides a summary of advances in developing successful characterization and remedial strategies for addressing contamination in fractured rock. Topics covered include the types of fractured rock environments, site characterization, remediation approaches, along with special considerations and lessons learned from fractured rock sites.  

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Field Demonstration and Validation of a Bioavailable Ferric Iron Assay, NAVFAC ESC CR-05-002-ENV, ESTCP-200009 (January 2005)

The overall objective of this project was to demonstrate and evaluate the BAFeIII assay as an analytical technology for use in supporting monitored natural attenuation (MNA) and enhanced anaerobic biodegradation (EAB). Specific objectives were to evaluate the bioavailable ferric iron assay method using a combination of geochemical and microbiological techniques and assessment of available site data; and quantify costs associated with the technology.

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Field Screening for Metals by Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) NAVFAC ESC TDS-2048-ENV (March 1998)

Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (EXDRF) analaysis is an innovative site characterization technology that provides rapid, cost-effective analysis of metal contaminants on site. The technology provides real time analysis. A Tech Data Sheet (TDS).

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Field Tracer Test to Examine Natural Attenuation of MTBE (February 2001)

NETTS Project: An ongoing field demonstration is being conducted at NS Ventura County to study the behavior and degradation of MTBE under oxygen depleted conditions.

 

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Five Year Review Toolkit, NAVFAC (19 December2013)

 

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Best Management Practices

NAVFAC Green and Sustainable Remediation Best Management Practices (BMP) Tech Memo (September 2016)

This tech memo summarizes GSR BMPs for commonly used remediation technologies in order to further promote their adoption. The technologies covered include air sparging, biosparging, soil vapor extraction (SVE), enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD), in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), thermal treatment, groundwater extraction and treatment (GWET), and excavation.

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Best Management Practices

NAVFAC Green and Sustainable Remediation Best Management Practices (BMP) Screening Table (September 2016)

 

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Groundwater

Five-Year Review

EPA Memorandum: Groundwater Forum Issue Paper, Groundwater Technical Considerations during the Five-Year Review Process (May 2015)

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Groundwater

Five-year Reviews

EPA Groundwater Forum Issue Paper: Groundwater Technical Considerations during the Five-Year Review Process (April 2015)

 

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Guide for Incorporating Bioavailability Adjustments into Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments at DoD Facilities Part 1: Overview of Metals Bioavailability, TSERAWG Update (June 2003)

Updated version of Navy Bioavailability Guide dtd June 2000. Document has been updated and converted to a DoD guide.

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Guide for Incorporating Bioavailability Adjustments into Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments at DoD Facilities Part 2: Technical Background Document for Assessing Metals Bioavailability, TSERAWG Update (June 2003)

Updated version of navy Bioavailability Guide dtd June 2000. Document has been updated and converted to a DoD guide.

56 1619
 

Guidance for Data Quality Assessment - Practical Methods for Data Quality, EPA QA/G-9 QA00 Update, EPA/600/R-96/084 (July 2000)

This is a year 2000 update of the EPA's Data Quality Assessment (DQA) document containing guidance on scientific and statistical evaluation of environmental data to determine if it is of the right type, quality, and quantity to support its intended use.

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Guidance for Data Quality Assessment - Practical Methods for Data Quality, EPA QA/G-9 QA00 Release Memorandum (18 August 2000)

An EPA release for publication memorandum for the 2000 update of the Guidance for Data Quality Assessment: Practical Methods for Data Analyses.

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Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA)

Nucleic Acid-Based Tools

Guidance Protocol: Application of Nucleic Acid-Based Tools For Monitoring Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA), Biostimulation, and Bioaugmentation at Chlorinated Solvent Sites, ESTCP Project ER0518, NAVFAC ESC CR-11-027-ENV (February 2011)

Reductive dechlorination is a promising process for biodegradation of chlorinated solvents. The successful field evaluation and implementation of the reductive dechlorination process is dependent on a comprehensive understanding of contaminant, geochemical, and microbial data. Nucleic acid-based tools are commercially available to identify relevant Dehalococcoides (Dhc) bacteria. These tools detect and quantify Dhc 16S rRNA genes and three Dhc reductive dehalogenase (RDase) genes involved in the reductive dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes. The application of nucleic acid-based molecular biological tools (MBTs) can result in significant cost reductions and reduced project time-lines.

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Groundwater - Cost and Performance Report: In Sity Catalytic Groundwater Treatment Using Palladium Catalysts and Horizontal Flow Treatment Wells, NAVFAC ESC CR-07-022-ENV, (ESTCP ER 200019) (June 2007)

Palladium (Pd) catalyzed reductive dechlorination transforms chlorinated ethylenes and other VOCs into their respective saturated hydrocarbons or lesser chlorinated analogues. The process can be utilized to efficiently treat water contaminated with reactive chlorinated contaminants. A one-pass catalytic process has many advantages, mainly that contaminants are destroyed instead of being transferred to another medium (e.g. air or activated carbon), thus avoiding generation of a secondary waste stream.

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Groundwater Monitoring Case Study: MCLB Albany, GA, RAO/LTM Optimization , NAVFAC ESC Fact Sheet (July 1999)

This case study provides a summary of the optimization effort for groundwater monitoring (LTM, Long-Term Monitoring) program at MCLB Albany, GA.

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Groundwater  Monitoring Case Study: NAS Brunswick, ME, RAO/LTM Optimization, NAVFAC ESC Fact Sheet (July 1999)

This case study provides a summary of the optimization effort for groundwater monitoring (LTM, Long-Term Monitoring) program at NAS Brunswick

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Groundwater  Monitoring Case Study: NAS Pensacola, FL, RAO/LTM Optimization, NAVFAC ESC Fact Sheet (July 1999)

This case study provides a summary of the optimization effort for groundwater monitoring (LTM, Long-Term Monitoring) program at NAS Pensacola, FL.

6 559
 

GSR-Integrating Green Sustainable Remediation Metrics within the CERCLA Process during the Feasibility Study, NAVFAC ESC (July 2012)

This white paper focuses on department of the Navy GSR metrics and their incorporation into the nine criteria for alternatives analysis during remedy evaluation phase. An example case study of GSR being incorporated into the remedy selection process is also provided.

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DON Guidance for Planning and Optimizing Monitoring Strategies, NAVFAC ESC UG-2081-ENV Rev1, November 2010

This guidance document provides Navy RPMs comprehensive information for optimizing monitoring programs at remediation sites. Part I of the document discusses key concepts such as conceptual site model, data quality objectives, monitoring program goals, and regulatory framework. This part also discusses approaches to optimize monitoring locations, monitoring frequency, list of analytes, data analysis, and reporting. Part II contains specific information on optimizing monitoring strategies for various media and site types including groundwater, sediments, groundwater discharge to surface water, ecological resources, vadose zone, landfills, and land use controls. This guidance document has been updated to include the main elements in designing and optimizing monitoring programs for vapor intrusion sites.

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DON Guidance for Planning and Optimizing Monitoring Strategies, NAVFAC ESC UG-2081-ENV (Aug 2008) (superceded by above)

This guidance document developed by the optimization work group provides information on planning and optimizing monitoring programs for environmental restoration sites. Part I provides detailed discussion on considerations that are applicable to all monitoring programs. Part II provides indivitual chapters that focus on monitoring for specific media types or specific site tiypes including groundwater, sediments, groundwater discharge to surface water, ecological resources, vadose zone, landfills, and land use controls. This guidance document replaces the Guide to Optimal Groundwater Monitoring of February 2000.

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Guide to Optimal Groundwater Monitoring (Janruary, 2000) (superceded by above)

This guide focuses on the most significant ways to design and optimize groundwater monitoring programs in order to maximize cost-effectiveness without compromising program and data quality. The focus is on LTM and RAO monitoring.

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Guide for Using Rapid Sediment Characterization Methods in Ecological Risk Assessments, NAVFAC ESC and SPAWAR SSC (29 June 2001)

Provides information on four analytical methods for quick and cost-effective characterization of contaminated sediments at marine sites.

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Groundwater Pump and Treat Report, NFESC Special Publication SP-2129-ENV (February 2003)

The Navy Work Group on Optimization of Remedial Action Operation (RAO)/Long Term Monitoring (LTM) was tasked to collect information on the DON groundwater pump and treat systems at Installation Restoration (IR) sites. To collect the relevant information, the Work Group prepared a questionnaire and the IR Managers disseminated it to the NAVFAC Engineering Field Divisions/Activities (EFD/As). The completed questionnaires were sent to the Naval FAcilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) for data consolidation and reporting. This report presents findings from the questionnaire responses.

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Guide for Incorporating Bioavailability Adjustments in Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments at U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Facilities- Part 1: Overview of Metals Bioavailability, NAVFAC ESC UG-2041-ENV (July 2000)

Overview of the principles and concepts of bioavailability as it relates to metals (specifically arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and nickel).

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Guide for Incorporating Bioavailability Adjustments in Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments - Part 2: Technical Background Document for Assessing Metals Bioavailability, NAVFAC ESC UG-2041-ENV (July 2000)

Provides in-depth technical information for designing and implementing bioavailability studies for metals, including SOPs, and Study protocol templates.

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DON Guidance on Green and Sustainable Remediaton, NAVFAC ESC, UG-2093-ENV (17 June 2011)

This UG was pulled back from the public page for HQ review as a Draft Final doc and posted on the private portal page for OPT WF].....This document provides a general overview and explanation of key green and sustainable remediation (GSR) concepts as they pertain to the Environmental Restoraiton Program. GSR metrics and issues related to the application of GSR components to general and specific optimization strategies are discussed. This document also presents a step-wise approach for application of GSR techniques at projects in all phases of the Environmental Restoration process, including site investigation, remedy selection, remedial design and construction, and operation and long-term monitoring. Methods for evaluating the remedy footprint during each of these phases is discussed in the guidance, along with strategies for footprint reduction.

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Green Sustainable

Fact Sheet

Green and Sustainable Remediation Fact Sheet, NAVFAC (May 2014)               (version 7)

This Fact Sheet provides an overview of green and sustainable remediation (GSR) metrics

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Green and Sustainable Remedation Fact Sheet, NAVFAC (4 Aug 2010) (superceded by above )

This fact sheet provides an overview of green and sustainable (GSR) metrics.

4 254
 

Groundwater Risk Management Handbook, NAVFAC (25 January 2008)

This handbook provides an overview of challenging site conditions for groundwater plumes and summarizes risk management strategies such as establishing points of compliance (POCs), alternate concentration limits (ACLs), performing mixing zone analyses, and Technical Impracticability (TI) waivers.

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NAVFAC Guidance for Optimizing Remedial Action Operation, UG-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1301 (1 October 2012)

Optimization of RA-O programs is an important process which helps to ensure maximum remedial effectiveness, minimum negative environmental and societal impacts, and improved cost efficiency of a remedy. Optimization is an ongoing responsibility of Navy/Marine Corps RPMs and their contractors who operate, maintain, and monitor remediation systems. The goal of optimization is to achieve RC and ultimately site closeout in the shortest amount of time and with the least possible remedy footprint and expenditure.

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Guidance for Optimizing Remedial Action Operation (RAO) Interim Final, NAVFAC Special Report SR-2101-ENV (April, 2001) (supercded by above)

Disucssion of the 6 general steps for optimizing Remedial Action Operation (RAO) as well as technology-specific optimization considerations.

157 2148
 

Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR) - SiteWise™ 3.0 Tech Data Sheet, TDS-NAVFC EXWC-EV-1402 (December 2013)

SiteWise is an Excel-based calculation tool designed to determine footprints of environmental restoraiton actions in terms of selected metrics such as greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, energy consumption, criteria air pollutant emissions, water consumption, and worker safety.

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Green and Sustainable Remediation

GSR

Green and Sustainable Remediation Practices at NAVFAC Environmental Restoration Sites - A Review, NAVFAC EXWC, TM-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1439 (June 2014)

The objective of this report is to examine the use of GSR within the Navy’s ER Program. The report provides an overview of policies related to GSR evaluations from the DoD and the DON to explain the significance of GSR in environmental remediation and the drivers behind its use. A review is then provided of the best management practices (BMPs) and lessons learned from the application of GSR metrics at Navy and Marine Corps sites nationwide.

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Vapor Intrusion

Communication

Guidance

Guidance for Communicating Vapor Intrusion at Environmental Restoration Sites, NAVFAC/NCMPHC (October 2014)

This guidance, prepared by Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) and Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC), is designed to provide Navy Environmental
Restoration Program (ERP) Remedial Project Managers (RPMs) with recommendations for notifying and relaying information regarding vapor intrusion (VI) investigations to Base
personnel and potentially affected occupants of industrial, office, or residential buildings.

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High Resolution, 3-D Seismic Reflection Survey (December 1999)

Overview of pilot projects using 3D seismic reflection in site surveys at DNAPL sites throughout the country.

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High-Resolution 3-D Seismic Reflection Surveys, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2053-ENV (April 1998)

Seismic reflection has been used for the exploration of oil and gas since the 1970s. Recent advances in instrumentation now enable this technique to be used to explore shallow depths. This geophysical survey method can identify subsurface features such as faults, confining layers, and preferential pathways.

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High Resolution, Electromagnetic Resistivity Surveys for 3-D Imaging of DNAPL Contamination, NAVFAC ESC TR-2115-ENV (June 2000)

Describes demonstration project for 3-D electromagnetic resistivity (EMR) methodology to determine whether it can detect dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) contamination.

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HiPOx Advanced Oxidation Process, MTBE Wellhead Treatment, NCBC 498-00 NETTS Port Hueneme (September 2002)

NETTS Project: Ex situ treatment of MTBE will incorporate high pressure distribution of ozone and reagents to treat groundwater.

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High Energy Electron Injection (E-beam), MTBE Wellhead Treatment, NCBC 48-00 NETTS Port Hueneme (September 2002)

NETTS Project: An ex situ MTBE treatement system will utilize high energy electron injection (e-beam) for remediation of groundwater.

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Human Health Risk Assessment

Navy Policy

(Navy Policy for Conducting) Human Health Risk Assessments Under the Environmental Restoration Program, CNO Letter 5090 Ser N453E/1U595168 (12 February 2001)


This document provides Navy policy on conducting Human Health Risk Assessments (HHRAs) and how HHRAs shall be implemented in the Environmental Restoration Program.

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Human Health Risk Assessment

Human Health Risk Assessment Guidance, U.S. Navy, NAVFAC (December 2008) revised September 2014

This guidance identifies a three-tiered risk assessment approach that should be used to evalute DON sites in the Environmental Restoration Program. The tiered approach incorporates risk management into the decision-making process, minimizes the levelof effor, and eliminates sites that are not of concern.

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Bioremediation

DNAPL

ESTCP ER-0716 Improving Effectiveness of Bioremediation at DNAPL Source Zones by Applying Partitioning Electron Donors (PEDs) (May 2014)

Enhanced In situ bioremediation (EISB) can be a low-cost approach for accelerating remediation timelines at sites impacted with dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPLs) such as trichloroethene (TCE) and tetrachloroethene (PCE). EISB typically relies on the addition of electron donor formulations to enhance the rate of dissolution and reductive dechlorination.

The objectives of the field demonstration/validation (DEM/VAL) included: 1.)Demonstrate application of the PED technology at field scale, assess the ability to distribute PED within the source area and enhance biodegradation; 2.) Validate the enhanced performance and efficiency of DNAPL dissolution and dechlorination following the injection of a PED. 3.) Collect cost and performance data for the application of PEDs for source zone bioremediation and provide reliable technical data relevant to field-scale implementation of the PED technology, including documentation of the expected reduction in duration and cost of remediation of DNAPL source sites

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in situ

wetland

In Situ Wetland Restoration Demonstration Final Report, ESTCP-200825, (September 2016)

This Final Report describes the details of Environmental Security Technology Certification Program Project ER-200825: In Situ Wetland Restoration Demonstration. The overall objective was to field demonstrate and validate activated carbon (AC) in situ wetland remediation technologies which have been designed to sequester contaminants in wetlands without adversely impacting system ecology. The Field Demonstration was performed at Canal Creek, Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, Maryland.

831 53,439
 

Integration of the Natural Resources and Installation Restoration Programs, Draft, NAVFAC ESC Report (1993)

Guidance to familiarize the Natural Resource Managers with the Installation Restoration Program

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In-Situ Thermal Desorption Demonstration: Destruction of PCBs in contaminated Soils at Mare Island Shipyard, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2051-ENV (March 1998)

In-Situ Thermal Desorption Demonstration Tech Data Sheet

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In-Situ Bioremediation of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE), NAVFAC ESC TDS-2069-ENV (February, 1999)

Bacterial culture, BC-4, is being injected into an MTBE groundwater plume to promote bioremediation

2 104
 

In Situ Chemical Oxidation of Organic Contaminants in Soil and Groundwater Using Fenton's Reagent, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2071-ENV (November, 1999)

The Technology Data Sheet summarizes the demonstration project at NAS Pensacola. This project used Fenton's reagent (mixture of hydrogen peroxide and iron catalyst) to oxidize TCE present in the goundwater at the sludge drying bed site. The reagent was applied in two phases and the contaminant concentration was reduced to levels that would allow natural attenuation to remediate the residual concentration.

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Infiltration Control Landfill Cover Demonstration at Marine Corps Base, Hawaii, NAVFAC ESC TR-2180-ENV (June 1999)

To demonstrate the effectiveness of alternative landfill caps, the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) teamed with the Los Alamos National Laboratory and Colorado State University to investigate the performance of a variety of vegetative caps. Demonstration caps were installed at Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH) Kaneohe Bay in 1994. The study used an innovative but simple concept to manipulate the fate of rain water falling on waste sites with moderate to high precipitation. The infiltration of water through the cap, or cover, was controlled by combining the powerful forces of evapotranspiration (ET) with engineered structures that limited infiltration of precipitation into the soil. This approach relied on diverting a sufficient amount of precipitation to control runoff so that any water that infiltrated into the soil was easily removed by ET. The study demonstrated two infiltration control (IC) designs, one involving a 20% enhancement of runoff and the other a 40% enhancement, with a conventional ET soil cover design to serve as a control (i.e., basis of comparison). This report summarizes all the data collected during the MCBH landfill cover demonstration project between 11/95-3/98. Water balance data from the study were also compared against corresponding data for a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) clay cap obtained from the EPA Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP), version 3.0b, water balance model. The results, based upon 28 months of field monitoring data, support the concept of using runoff enhancement to manage percolation of water through a landfill.

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Improved Record of Decision (iROD) Brochure, (version 3) NAVFAC (2008)

 

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In Situ Chemical Oxidation Fact Sheet, NAVFAC (14 Sep 2011)

This fact sheet provides an overview of the ISCO technology and lessons learned during its implementation.

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In-Situ Bioremediation of MTBE in Groundwater using Propane Oxidizing Bacteria (POB), SERDP/NETTS Demonstration Project Fact Sheet, NCBC-NETTS-44-00 (February, 2001)

An injection system will place propane and an oxygen source into the subsurface to biodegrade MTBE.

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In-Situ Bioremediation of MTBE in Groundwater using a Bacterial Culture, SERDP/NETTS Demonstration Project Fact Sheet, NCBC NETTS 45-00 (February, 2001)

NETTS Project: Bacterial Culture BC-4 will be injected into a 100' x 100' in situ bioreactor to treat an MTBE plume.

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Kriging in Ecological Risk Assessments, NAVFAC  Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (21 Jun 2000)

Issue paper from NAVFAC Southwest that provides guidance on applying kriging to Benthic community assessments.

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New Developments in LNAPL Site Management Fact Sheet  (April 2017)

This fact sheet summarizes new developments in the area of natural source zone depletion (NSZD) and reviews key tools for evaluating the practicability of LNAPL recovery.

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Complex Challenges at Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) Fact Sheet (April 2017)

 

This fact sheet reviews specialized techniques and remediation technologies to address challenging site conditions and light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) sites. These challenges include co-contaminants, highly-heterogeneous conditions, and fractured rock.

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Proposed Model Indemnification Lease Language, DON EV Legal (May, 1980)

Proposed Model Indemnification Lease Language (May, 1980) Proposed Model Indemnification Lease Language: example language for creating indemnification language for a lease.

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LNAPL Site Management Handbook, NAVFAC (30 Novenber 2010)

The LNAPL Site Management Handbook provides an overview of effective strategies for managing LNAPL-contaminated sites to ensure protectiveness of human health and the environment, while simultaneously avoiding unnecessary and prolonged remedial efforts.

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Long-Term Monitoring Optimization Case Study: NAS Patuxent River, MD , NAVFAC Site Specific Report SSR-2499-ENV (August 1999)

This case study provides optimization recommendations for groundwater monitoring programs (LTM, RAO, long-term monitoring) at NAS Patuxent (Pax) River.

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Long-Term Monitoring Optimization Case Study: MCB Camp LeJeune, NC, NAVFAC Site Specific Report SSR-2500-ENV (August 1999)

This case study provides optimization recommendations for the groundwater monitoring program (LTM, Long-Term Monitoring, RAO) at OU1 and OU2 MCB Camp Lejeune.

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Long-Term Monitoring Optimization Case Study: NWIRP Dallas, TX, NAVFAC Site Specific Report SSR-2511-ENV (September 1999)

This report provides discussion on the proposed elements for an optimized groundwater monitoring (LTM, Long-Term Monitoring) plan at NWIRP Dallas, TX

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NAVFAC Guidance on Lead-Based Paint, NAVFAC Ltr 5090 Ser 13008/EV3-KB (31 January 2014)

 

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Large Dilute Plumes - Challenges and Opportunities, webinar presentation by Federal Remediation Technologies Rountable (FRTR) and U.S. Navy (1 May 2013)

Recently, "large-dilute plumes" of chlorinated solvents have emerged as a peculiar challenge in environmental clean-up. This class of plume has several defining characteristics. These characteristics include biogeochemical conditions that result in slow contaminant degradation and that allow plume expansion, as well as matrix diffusion that results in secondary sources and that extends remediation timeframe. Research at these sites has highlighted key challenges and potential opportunities. Complicated fine-scale heterogeneity resulting from the interaction of migrating contaminants with subsurface lithology and hydrology is a particularly significant and recurring challenge — resulting in concentrated plume cores and the need for innovative-focused characterization and monitoring.

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Quality Assurance

QA

Munitions Response Quality Assurance Spreadsheet (August 2017)

The NAVFAC Munitions Response (MR) Quality Assessment Spreadsheet is a tool that Remedial Project Managers can use to assess the quality of their unexploded ordnance (UXO) contractor's MR actions and to help to ensure that contractual requirements are met. The information includes a series of questions to ask throughout the performance of a project to help improve quality for both traditional MR projects and advanced geophysical classification (AGC) projects.

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MMA

Management and Monitoring Approach (MMA) Toolkit (November 2015)

 

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MRSPP

Prioritization Protocol

Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol (MRSPP) Primer (Draft), DUSD (I&E) (September 2006)

DoD has developed the Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol as the methodology for prioritizing sites known or suspected to contain unexploded ordnance (UXO), discarded military munitions (DMM), and/or munitions constituents (MC) for response actions. These sites may be located at an active installation, Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) installation, or Formerly Used Defense Site (FUDS) property. This Primer is an instruction manual for DoD munitions response project managers and other environmental personnel that are responsible for applying the Protocol.

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MTBE Remediation using Hollow Fiber Membrane and Spray Aeration Vacuum Extraction Technologies, NAVFAC ESC CR-00-004-ENV (September, 2000)

Spray aeration vacuum extraction (SAVE) and hollow fiber membrane extraction achieved up to 99.9% removal efficiency for MTBE, benzene, and toluene in ex situ groundwater treatment.

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Modified Direct Push Monitoring Well Installation, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2055-ENV (July 1998)

Technical Data Sheet (TDS-2055-ENV) Describes demonstration of a modified direct push well at Navy Station Mayport, Florida, under the Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) program and the Navy Enviornmental Leadership Program (NELP).

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Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) Bioremediation, NAVFAC ESC  TDS-2081-ENV (September 2000)

Bioremediation and phytoremediation have been effective in remediating MTBE groundwater plumes.

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Meeting Options for NAVFAC Workgroups - DCO Fact Sheet, NAVFAC (26 July 2012)

 

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Management and Monitoring Approach Presentation, NAVFAC EV(3 May 2012)

 

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Management and Monitorin Approach Presentation Attachment-Optimization Tools, NAVFAC EV (3 May 2012)

 

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Management of Secondary Treatment Trains, NAVFAC TDS-2088-ENV (December, 2001)

Tech Data Sheet. Discussion of the objectives for managing a secondary treatment train, the four most commonly used processes, cost information, and advantages and disadvantages of each process.

2 227
 

Monitoring Report Template, NAVFAC EV Optimization Workgroup (3 May 2011

 

24 4403
 

MTBE Control and Containment Factsheet - NB Ventura County, Port Hueneme Site (April 2001)

Leakage of gasoline containing MTBE is being addressed through several successful pilot tests. The MTBE plume presents no risk to drinking water.

2 103
 

MTBE - Degrading Biobarriers/ Bioaugmentation, SERDP/NETTS Project Demonstration Fact Sheet, NCBC-NETTS 25-98 (February, 2001)

A field test is being conducted to evaluate the in situ bioremediation of MTBE with bacterial culture BC-4.

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MTBE2000 Project, SERDP/NETTS Project demonstration Summary, NCBC-35-99 (rev10/00) (February, 2001)

NETTS Project: Tier One ecological risk screening fouond no correlation between toxicity and MTBE concentrations.

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       
 

New Developments in LNAPL Site Management Fact Sheet (April 2017)

 

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Natural Attenuation of MTBE in an Anaerobic Groundwater Plume, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2068-ENV (February, 1999)

A tracer is being used to measure natural attenuation of MTBE in a groundwater plume

5 809
 

Near-Real Time UV Fluorescence Technique for Characterization of PAHs in Marine Sediment, A Rapid Sediment Characterization (RSC) Tool, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2075-ENV (February, 2000)

UV Fluorescence (VF) spectroscopy is a screening technique that can be used to rapidly estimate total polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon levels in sediments.

2 46
 

Natural Attenuation - General Data Guide, NAVFAC ESC UG-20350ENV (February 1999)

Introduces the data requirements and methodology used to evaluate the potential of natural attenuation at sites contaminated with fuel hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents. Uses a variety of tables to present natural attenuation needs from an interdisciplinary perspective.

36 430
 

NIRIS Work Group Brochure, NAFVAC 2011

Overview of the NIRIS Work Group with many of the current focus areas presented.

2 363
 

NIRIS Article from NAVFAC ER News Winter 2011

 

2 96
 

NIRIS Presentation from NAVFAC ER Conference 2011

 

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NIRIS and CITRIX Access Quick Reference Guide, NAVFAC (June 2013)

This guide outlines the steps required to obtain access to both NIRIS tools and its Citrix-based applications.

2 154
 

NIRIS LUC Tracker Quick Reference Guide, NAVFAC (Mar 2011)

The LUC Tracker Quick Start Guide provides NIRIS end-users information on how to use the NIRIS LUC Tracker Tool.

2 141
 

NIRIS Environmental Restoration Program (ERP) Public Website Management Quick Reference Guide (QRG) (February 2011)

 

2 344
 

Natural Attenuation of MTBE in Groundwater Under Methanogenic Conditions SERDP/NETTS Project demonstration Summary, NCBC-465-00 (February, 2001)

NETTS Project: This study will document the rate of MTBE degradation compared to oxygen and methane lvels at the NEX plume, NS Ventura County.NETTS Project: This study will document the rate of MTBE degradation compared to oxygen and methane lvels at the NEX plume, NS Ventura County.

1 49
 

NOSSA Instruction 8020.15C Explosives Safety Review, Oversight, and Verification of Munitions Responses (10 Feb 2011)

 

58 177
 

NOSSA Instruction 8020.15C (Enclosure 1) Munitions Response Site Identification and Notification Report (10 Feb 2011)

 

1 14
 

NOSSA Instruction 8020.15C (Enclosure2) Explosives Safety Submission Determination Request (10 Feb 2011)

 

1 14
 

NOSSA Instruction 8020.15C (Enclosure 4); Munitions Response Site Self-Assessment Checklist (10 Feb 2011)

 

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       
 

Overview of Thermal Desorption Technology, NAVFAC ESC CR-98-008-ENV (June 1998)

This report is a summary and extension of the presentation on terhmal desorption that formed a part of the "Remediation Innovative Technology Seminar" presented by NFESC in 1998. The presentation was intended primarily to benefit U.S. Navy field staff. This report includes a overview of several thermal desorption system designs in use at various sites throughout the United States.

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Optimization of Remedial Action Operation to Treat Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Groundwater, NAS Pensacola, NAVFAC RAO/LTM/Optimization Workgroup (January, 2000)

This report summarized the optimization effort for the remediation program at a former sludge drying bed and surge pond at NAS Pensacola, FL. In situ chemical oxidation technology was applied to treat high concentration of chlorinated compounds. The RAO optimization program at this site has enabled the Navy to discontinue active remediation, and has reduced remediation and monitoring costs.

 

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       
 

Production Well Construction and Maintenance Fact Sheet (April 2017)

This fact sheet describes how to maintain the functioning of production wells (including groundwater extraction and reagent injection wells). Production well design is summarized, along with operation and maintenance considerations.

8 5,864

Passive Sampling

Vapor Intrusion

Passive Sampling for Vapor Intrusion Assessment, Tech Memo (July 2015)

 

20 397

PMB

Treatment Wall

NAS Moffett

Permeable Reactive Treatment Wall NAS Moffett Field, NAVFAC ESC/ESTCP Brochure (November 1999)

Permeable treatment walls are structures installed underground to treat contaminated goundwater. Treatment walls are placed across the groundwater flow path typically using a funnel-and-gate system or as a continuous reactive barrier. The gate or reactive cell can be filled with various treatment media, which are selected for their ability to clean up specific types of contaminants.

5 163
 

Physical Separation and Acid Leaching: Demonstration of Small-Arms Range Remediation at Fort Polk, LA - Technology Application Analysis, NAVFAC ESC CR-98-011-ENV (February 1998)

Details of a field demonstration of physical separation and acid leaching to remediate heavy metal contamination in soil including site characterization, bench scale testing, and site preparation.

51 1755
 

Progress Report for Natural Attenuation of BTEX and Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons in Groundwater at NAS North Island, NAVFAC ESC Fact Sheet (July, 1998)

Describes an innovative approach to natural attenuation under the Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) program and the Navy Environmental Leadership Program (NELP) at Naval Air Station North Island.

2 166
 

Permeable Reactive Barrier (PRB) Remediation of Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater, Former NAS Moffet Field, Mountain View, CA Success Story,  ESTCP/NFESC Fact Sheet (May 2002)

Permeable reactive barrier (PRB) treatment success story at NAS Moffett Field in Mountain View, California. A Tech Data Sheet (TDS)

2 216
 

Physical Separation and Acid Leaching to Process Small-Arms Range Soils - Final Implementation Guidance Handbook, NAVFAC ESC, USAEC  (18 September 1997)

Intended to assist DoD personnel with evaluating and applying physical separation and acid leaching processes for maintenance or remediation of outdoor small arms ranges.

123 1103
 

Physical Separation and Acid Leaching: Demonstration of Small-Arms Range Remediation at Fort Polk Louisiana - Final Technology Evaluation Report Volume I -Main Report, NAVFAC ESC, USACE, ESTCP (22 September 1997)

Discussion of removing lead (Pb) from small arms firing ranges using physical spearation and acid leaching. Physical separation using size, hydrodynamic, density and magnetic properties. Acid leaching using acetic acid (HOAc) and hydrochloric (HCl) acid.

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Physical Separation and Acid Leaching: Demonstration of Small Arms Range Remediation at Fort Polk Louisiana - Final Technology Evaluation Report Volume II, NAVFAC ESC, USACE, ESTCP (22 September 1997)

Voume II contains Appendices for Volume I (Main Report). Discussion of removing lead (Pb) from small arms firing ranges using physical separation and acid leaching. Physical separation using size, hydorhynamic, density and magnetic properties; acid leaching using acetic acid (HOAc) and hydrochloric acid (HC).

9 17239
 

Permeable Reactive Wall Remediation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, NAVFAC ESC/ESTCP TDS-2047-ENV  (December 1999) Revised May 1998

Remediation of groundwater with chlorinated hydrocarbons using a permeable reactive wall at NAS Moffett Field, Mountain View, California

2 107
 

Passive Bioventing in Stratified Soils and Shallow Groundwater Conditions, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2083-ENV (August, 2000)

Describes the passive bioventing process where gases moving naturally in and out of the wadose zone provides enough oxygen for biodegration, rather than using a blower to inject or extract air.

6 353
 

Prediction of Groundwater Quality Down-Gradient of in Situ Permeable Treatment Barriers and Fully-Remediated Source Zones, NAVFAC ESC TR-2304-ENV (December 2007)

The objectives of this project were to propose a practicable approach that can be used to project reasonable order-of-magnitude estimates of groundwater quality improvements with time down-gradient of a PTB, conduct detailed monitoring and characterization down-gradient of a well-understood PTB site, and illustrate and reflect on the use of the proposed approach for PTB system studied in this project.

133 21695
 

(Underground) Pipeline Leak Detection and Location Technology Application Guide, NAVFAC ESC UG-2028-ENV (April 1998)

This guide helps the user select and apply leak detection and location equipment for pressurized, high-capacity underground fuel pipelines typical of hydrant systems at Navy bases.

47 1092
 

Photolytic Destruction Technology Demonstration Final Report- NAS North Island, Site 9, NAVFAC ESC CR 98.015-ENV (August 1998)

The Photolytic Destruction Technology was chosed for demonstration at NAS North Island's Site 9 soil vapor extraction (SVE) system to obtain cost and performance data and lessons learned, and for comparison to other treatment technologies.

169 1080
 

PCB - A Handbook for Determining the Sources of PCB Contamination in Sediments, NAVFAC EXWC, TR-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1302 (30 October 2012)

 

164 8018

Probabilistic Risk Assessment

PRA

Probabilistic Risk Assessment Methods and Case Studies-Risk Assessment Forum White Paper, EPA Office of Science Advisor, EPA/100/R-14-004 (25 July 2014)

Probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) in its simplest form, is a group of techniques that incorporate uncertainty and variability into risk assessments. PRA provides estimates of the range and likelihood of a hazard, exposure, or risk, rather than a single point estimate. The goal of this paper is to explain how EPA can use probabilistic methods to address data,  model, and scenario uncertainty and variability by capitalizing on the wide array of tools and methods that comprise PRA.

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
vapor intrusion

NESDI 476: A Quantitative Decision Framework for Assessing Navy Vapor Intrusion Sites - Fact Sheet (April 2016)

 

2 1,220
vapor intrusion

NESDI 476: A Quantitative Decision Framework for Assessing Navy Vapor Intrusion Sites (June 2015)

This project developed a quitative decision framework to improve decision making and site management practices for Navy industrial/commercial vapor intrusion (VI) sites. A multidimensional data base was first developed and populated with Navy Environmental Restoration Program VI site data from a diverse range of geologic, geographic, building types, and other site conditions. The decision framework was then designed based on statistical and non-statistical analyses of both analytical and non-analytical data in the databse. The project focused on hydrocarbon sources, which represents the largest potential Navy VI source.

281 16,102

Sediment

Characterization

Questionnaire on Field Screening Tools for Sediment Characterization, NAVFAC ESC (June, 2001)

Questionairre for CLEAN and RAC contractors to survey knowledge and experience with rapid sediment characterization tools.

4 20

QwikSed

Sediment

Toxicity

QwikSed - A Bioluminescent Sediment Toxicity Test, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2077-ENV (February, 2000)

A rapid and cost effective bioassay system for conducting contaminated sediment toxicity test

2 144
MRP QA SOW

QA SOW Template - Background on the Statement of Work Template for Quality Assessment at a Munitions Response Site, NAVFAC Munitions Response Workgroup Report (March 2010)

 

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Keywords Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)
       

RACR

Site Closeout

Remedial Action Completion in the Navy's Site Closeout Process Fact Sheet (November 2014)

This fact sheet clarifies documenting remedial action completion activities supporting National Priorities List (NPL) delisting under Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).

2 295
 

Risk Based Corrective Action Brochure, NAVFAC ESC (September, 1998)

RBCA is a site evaluation process that combines site characterization, risk management, and remedial action into one Framework. The ASTM RBCA approach uses a 3 tiered evaluation process to efficiently develop risk-based cleanup standards.

2 89
 

Remediation of Diesel and Fuel Hydrocarbons in High Clay Content Soils; A field Comparison of Amendment Performance Conducted at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, NAVFAC ESC, NDIA 26th Environmental Symposium Paper-234 (March, 2000)

Remediation of Diesel & Fuel Oil Hydrocarbons in High Clay Content Soils: A Field Comparison of Amendment Performance Conducted at Mare Island Naval Shipyard

7 41
 

Removal of Metals and Hydrocarbons from Contaminated Soils at Hunters Point - A Demonstration of the ChemTec Soil Treatment System, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2049-ENV (March 1998)

 

4 2248
 

Removal of Heavy Metals from Contaminated Soils at a former Naval Air Station - A Demonstration of Electrokinetic Remediation, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2050-ENV (May, 2000)

This June, 1998 report discusses a demonstration performed at a former naval air station plating shop in which electrokinetic remediation was tested for its treatability in removing heavy metals from soil

4 339
 

Rapid Characterization of Metals in Sediments Using X-Ray Fluorescence Technology, Field-Portable XRF: A Rapid Sediment Characterization (RSC) Tool,  NAVFAC ESC TDS-2076-ENV (February 2000)

Commercially available, portable XRF analytical instrument can provide rapid screening of multi-element analysis of metals in sediment

2 72
 

Rapid Sediment Characterization of PCBs with ELISA. An Immunoassay Technique, A Rapid Sediment Characterization (RSC) Tool, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2086-ENV (June, 2001)

A Tech Data Sheet (TDS) on Rapid Sediment Characterization (RSC) of PCBs with ELISA. Applicability of PCB immunoassay test kits for the screening of PCBs in sediment samples.

3 251
 

Reactive Capping Mat Development and Evaluation For Sequestering Contaminants in Sediment, SERDP ER-1493, NAVFAC ESC TR-2366-ENV (Aug 2011)

Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) Project Number ER-1493 (Reactive Capping Mat Development and Evaluation for Sequestering Contaminants in Sediment) was implemented by a collaborative team from the NAVFAC Engineering Service Center (NAVFAC ESC), Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and the University of New Hampshire (UNH). The project consisted of developing a reactive geotextile mat system to serve as a chemically effective, mechanically stable, and cost efficient technology for reducing ecological risks by sequestering contaminants in sediment. Use of reactive mat systems could provide an alternative to costly dredging and offsite disposal, and a more stable solution for standard capping approaches. The mat system, if deemed successful, would be deployed in a wide variety of environmental settings to prevent both metals and organic contaminants from entering overlying surface waters while simultaneously allowing both groundwater flux and surficial biological colonization.

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Reactive Capping Mat Development and Evaluation for Sequestering Contaminants in Sediment APPENDICES, SERDP ER-1493, NAVFAC ESC TR-2366-ENV (Aug 2011)

Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) Project Number ER-1493 (Reactive Capping Mat Development and Evaluation for Sequestering contaminants in Sediment) was implemented by a collaborative team from the NAVFAC Engineering Service Center (NAVFAC ESC), Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and the University of New Hampshire (UNH). The project consisted of developing a reactive geotextile mat system to serve as a chemically effective, mechanically stable, and cost efficient technology for reducing ecological risks by sequestering contaminants in sediment. Use of reactive mat systems could provide an alternative to costly dredging and offsite disposal, and a more stable solution for standard capping approaches. The mat system, if deemed successful, would be deployed in a wide variety of environmental settings to prevent both metals and organic contaminants from entering overlying surface waters while simultaneously allowing both groundwater flux and surficial biological colonization.

568 41295
 

Risk Assessment Workgroup Brochure, NAVFAC (February, 2001)

Summary of the optimization effort for the remediation program at Site 11, Kings Bay, GA. The use of in-situ chemical oxidation for source reduction before transitioning to monitored natural attenuation.

2 379
 

Remedial Action Operation (RAO) Optimization  Summary Report - Site 11, Old Camden County Landfill, NSB Kings Bay, GA, NAVFAC RAO/OPT Workgroup Fact Sheet (October, 1999)

Summary of the optimization effort for the remediation program at Site 11, Kings Bay, GA. The use of in-situ chemical oxidation for source reduction before transitioning to monitored natural attenuation.

8 467
 

Remedial Alternatives Analysis (RAA) Guidance, NAVFAC (Rev 4 April 2012)

 

13 125
 

Rapid Sediment Characterization (RSC) Tools for Ecological Risk Assessment, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (June 2011)

This Risk Assessment Workgroup (RAW) issue paper from SSC discusses the various RSC Tools available to assist in Conducting ERAs and Characterizing sediment sites

21 138
 

Remedial Action Operation (RAO) Optimization  Case Study -Eastern Groundwater Plume NAS Brunswick, NAVFAC SSR-2537-ENV (January, 2000)

Evaluation of Remedial Action Operations of a pump& treat system at NAS Brunswick. Includes optimization recommendations for monitoring, the extraction system, and treatment system

69 2853
 

Remedial Action Operation (RAO) Optimization  Case Study - MCB Camp Lejeune, Campbell Street Fuel Farm, NAVFAC SSR-2538-ENV (January, 2000)

Evaluation of remedial action operation of a pump & treat system at MCB Camp LeJeune. Includes optimization recommendations for monitoring, the extraction system, and the treatment system.

54 508
 

Remedial Action Operation (RAO) Optimization  Case Study - MCB Camp Lejeune Operable Units 1 & 2, NAVFAC SSR-2539-ENV (January, 2000)

Evaluation of Remedial Action Operations of pump & treat systems at MCB Camp LeJeune. Includes optimization recommendations for monitoring, the extraction system, and the treatment system.

132 4733
 

Remedial Alternatives Analysis (RAA) Template, NAVFAC (4 April 2012)

 

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Radiation

Risk Assessment

Radiation Risk Assessment at CERCLA Sites: Question & Answer Memo, Distribution of, U.S. EPA Memorandum OSWER 9285.6-20 (13 June 2014)

This memorandum transmits the final guidance "Radiation Risk Assessment At CERCLA Sites: Q&A", replacing the 1999 version. The purpose of the guidance is to provide answers to commonly asked questions regarding risk assessemnt for radioactive contamination.

3 399
Radiation Risk Assessment

Radiation Risk Assessemnt at CERCLA Sites: Q & A, U.S. EPA OSRTI Guidance, Directive 9200.4-40, EPA 540-R-012-13 (May 2014)

The purpose of this EPA guidance from the Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation is to provide answers to commonly asked questions regarding risk assessemnt for radioactive contamination, superseding an earlier version issued in 1999 (EPA 1999a). It provides an overview of current EPA guidance for risk assessment and related topics for radioactively contaminated CERCLA remedial sites.  It provide answers to questions regarding risk assessments at radioactively contaminated CERCLA remedial action sites raised by Remedial Project Managers (RPMs), risk assessors, federal, state and local agencies, potentially responsible parties (PRPs), and contractors.

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Remedial Action Completion Report

RACR

Site Closeout

SCO

DoN Remedial Action Completion Report (RACR) in the Navy's Site Closeout Process, NAVFAC Fact Sheet (20 November 2014)

This fact sheet clarifies documenting remedial action completion activities supporting National Priorities List (NPL) delisting under Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). Although EPA’s May 2011 guidance Closeout Procedures for National Priorities List Sites eliminates the distinction between Interim Remedial Action Completion Reports (I-RACRs) and RACRs, RPMs should follow Department of the Navy Guidance on Documenting Milestones throughout the Site Closeout Process 2006 and DoD/EPA Joint Guidance on Streamlined Site Closeout and NPL Deletion Process for DoD Facilities 2005. Consistent with Navy and DoD/EPA Joint Guidance, RPMs should prepare an I-RACR for each site that will have a prolonged Remedial Action Operation (RA-O) phase, to document the remedy is constructed and is operational and functional. Consistent with Navy guidance, the RPM maintains flexibility for reporting the Remedy-in-Place (RIP) milestone; hence the I-RACR can be completed after the RPM reports completion of RIP milestone. When Remedial Action Objectives (RAOs) have been achieved for a site, Response Complete (RC) is documented in a RACR. When the last remaining CERCLA site on an installation achieves RC, a final RACR is prepared; this final RACR also summarizes all previous RACRs completed for the installation. This final RACR is the primary document supporting NPL delisting. The EPA will use the final RACR to prepare the Final Closeout Report (FCOR) for NPL delisting.

2 155

ROD Toolkit

DON Preable

Preamble to EPA Toolkit for Preparing Records of Decision, Department of the Navy (February 2011)

DON set a goal to develop higher quality Records of Decision (RODs) and collaborated with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to develop a Toolkit for Preparing RODs that supplements EPA’s A Guide to Preparing Superfund Proposed Plans, Records of Decision, and Other Remedy Documents (EPA, July 1999).  This Navy preamble to the ROD Toolkit presents supplemental information that focuses on Navy-specific policies and guidance. Application of the ROD Toolkit is appropriate for all DON active and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) environmental restoration sites following the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) process.

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ROD Toolkit

EPA

RODs - Toolkit for Preparing CERCLA Records of Decision (RODs), EPA (September 2011)

This document provides Remedial Project Managers (RPMs) with a resource to help improve the public transparency and understanding of Superfund Records of Decision (RODs) for remedy decisions developed in accordance with the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA)1 using communication tools designed to enhance the decision document’s presentation.

21 31,490

RABs

DoD Handbook

Restoration Advisory Board Rule Handbook, Office of the Secretary of Defense (DoD) (March 2007)

DoD developed this handbook as an accompaniment to the RAB Rule, which was issued on May 12, 2006 (71 Federal Register 27610). The handbook is intended to supplement the rule. It is written to be flexible enough to guide individual RABs in addressing their own unique concerns and to offer suggestions to the communities and members involved in the RAB.

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Keyworeds Publication Title and Description Pages Size (KB)

sustainable

LTM

Landfill

Sustainable Long Term Management of Landfills under the Navy's ER Program Fact Sheet (April 2016)

Sustainable long-term management (SLM) helps to minimize the lifecycle depletion of energy, material resources, and financial resources. This fact sheet describes SLM strategies that may be suitable for landfills managed under the Environmental Restoration (ER) and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) programs. Issues addressed include passive controls, optimized landfill cap design and maintenance, long-term monitoring, beneficial reuse, clean closure considerations, and shoreline erosion protection issues.

8 4,260

Safety

Acronyms

NAVFAC ER Safety Acronym List (February 2015)

A list of acronyms specific to NAVFAC Environmental safety issues

1 14

Navy Policy

Occupational Health

NAVFAC Safety and Health Program, NAVFACINST 5100.11J, (January 2000)

Provides policy and outline responsibilities for the implementation of the total Navy Safety and Occupational Health Program.

27 2,032

SCAPS

Cone Penetrometer

contaminateid site

 

SCAPS: Better Site Characterizing with SCAPS (January, 1999)

The Navy's Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System (SCAPS) is a self contained mobile platform designed to characterize many parameters at a variety of hazardous waste contaminated sites. SCPAS uses a combination of unique sensor systems, sample collection tools, and specialized monitoring well systems which provide defensible data for the site investigator. SCPAS' tools are based on cone penetrometer or direct push (soil displacement) techniques. The basic philosophy of the SCAPS characterization process is to gether real-time information in situ, using small diameter sensors and tools, and enable in-field decision making. SCAPS has characterized over 150 Navy sites throught the country.

4 101
 

SCAPS: New Sensor Demonstrates Rapid and Cost Efficient Collection and Analysis of VOCs in Groundwater at NAS Whiting Field (December, 1997)

NFESC and Southern Division, NAVFAC, conducted a demonstration of the Army Corps of Engineers Hydrosparge VOC Sensor at Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field, Florida.

2 237
 

SCAPS: A Case Study of Cost and Time Savings vs Conventional Site Characterization Techniques (November, 1998)

The Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System (SCAPS) is an innovative technology for real time in situ environmental site screening for petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soils. SCAPS uses laser induced fluorescence (LIF) technology to detect polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) compounds resident in petroleum contaminated soils. The laser energy excites these compounds, causing them to flouresce. This application of LIF technology resulted froma joint Navy, Army, and Air Force (Tri-Service) program to address the costly, time consuming, and iterative nature of conventional contaminant plume delineation.

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SCAPS: Use of SCAPS Suite of Tools to Rapidly Delineate a Large MTBE Plume (December, 1997)

Use of the Navy Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System (SCAPS) at hazardous chemical release sites has led to significant governement savings over the past three years. While SCAPS is best known for its ability to rapidly detect petroleum hydrocarbons using laser spectroscopy, the system is also equipped with sampling capabilities which can lead to expedited site characterization at petroleum and non-petroleum sites. When used in conjunction with on site or near term analystical labs, the SCAPS suite of tools can lead to significant cost savings and time savings.

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Sediment: Using Sediment Toxicity Identification Evaluations to Improve the Development of Remedial Goals for Aquatic Habitats, NAVFAC ESC SP-2132-ENV, (March, 2003)

[ERB RecID# 0485]....Summarized the Toxicity Identification Evaluation (TIE) Guide (UG-2052-ENV) and provides information to RPMs on when to consider using TIEs within the IR process.

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Surfactant-Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Design Manual, NAVFAC ESC TR-2206-ENV (April 2002)

This design manual is intended to provide background information and specific guidance for tecnhinal personnel who would like to evaluate and apply in-situ surfactant flooding or surfactant-enhanced aquifer remediation (SEAR) at sites contaminated with DNAPL.

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Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Implementation Manual, NAVFAC ESC TR-2219-ENV (April 2003)

The objective of the "Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Implementation Manual" is to acquaint the reader with major tasks and planning parameters involved with implementing an in-situ surfactant flood or SEAR project to remove DNAPLs.

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Sediment

Toxicity Identification Evlauation (TIE)

Sediment: Guide for Planning and Conducting Sediment Pore Water Toxicity Identification Evaluations (TIE) to Determine Causes of Acute Toxicity at Navy Aquatic Sites, NAVFAC ESC UG-2052-ENV (March 2003)

This guide provides info on determining applicability of Toxicity Identification Evaluation (TIE) at IR site; data requirements; SOPs for running the TIE, and how to do data analysis.

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Sediment

DON Policy

DON Policy on Sediment Site Investigation and Response Action, CNO 5090 Ser N453E/2U589601 (8 February, 2002)

The policy specifies that the source must be identified and controlled before cleanup. The cleanup must be risk-based and have site-specific cleanup goals and the monitoring criteria for any monitoring plan must be established before the first sampling.

9 42
 

SiteWise™ User Guide Version 3.0, NAVFAC EXWC-EV-UG-1302 (July 2013)

This updated guide includes a general description of the SiteWise™ tool, instructions for using SiteWise™ and the basis of calculations.

92 1732
 

SiteWise™ User Guide Version 2.0, NAVFAC ESC UG-2092-ENV (June 2011)

This guide includes a general description of the SiteWise™ tool, instructions for using SiteWise™ and the basis of calculations.

81 1531
 

SiteWise Version 2 Updates Presentation, ER Conference (3 March 2011)

 

21 201
 

Solvated Electron Chemistry National Test Location Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center Port Hueneme, California, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2030-ENV (September 1996)

Description of the solvated electron process demonstration at the Construction Battalion Center in Port Hueneme, California

2 102
 

Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation Brochure, NAVFAC (October, 1999)

Bi-fold brochure describing the Surfactant-Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) technique that effectively removed high concentrations of undissolved liquid phase organic contaminants from the subsurface by flushing the contaminated soil with a surfactant solution that contains ingredients that are common in household cleaners and detergents.

2 433
 

Sustainable Environmental Remediation Fact Sheet, NAVFAC (August 2009)

 

4 3394

sustainable

Sediment

Sustainable Sediment Remediation White Paper, NAVFAC TR-1515 (September 2015)

 

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SER-Useful Technical Resources for Sustainable Environmental Remediation, NAVFAC RPM News 2009 Spring Issue, pg 4

 

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Statement of Work (SOW) Template for Site Inspection at Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Sites (August 2005)

This Site Inspection (SI) Statement of Work (SOW) template is written to provide guidance to Remedial Project Managers (RPMs0 for some of the specific issues related to completing SI work at Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) sites.

20 117
 

Statement of Work (SOW) Template for Site Inspection at Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Sites, NAVFAC (November 2009)

 

24 135
 

Statement of Work (SOW) Template for a Removal Action at a Munitions Response Site, NAVFAC (May 2010)

 

64 588
 

Statement of Work (SOW) Template for Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study (RI/FS) at a Munitions Response Site, NAVFAC (March 2010)

 

59 567
 

Statement of Work (SOW) Template for a Small Arms Range Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study (RI/FS), NAVFAC (Nov 2009)

 

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SMART Site - Cost Efficiencies in RAO/LTM,  NAVFAC RITS Presentation (June 1998)

Presentation made at 1998 Remediation Innovative Technologies Seminar (RITS) on "SMART-SITE".

18 48
 

Statistically Analyzing Environmental Background Data Procedural Guidance, NAVFAC Southwest (September 1998)

This document is procedural guidance for conducting background statistical analyses in order to select cost-effective remedial alternatives and reasonable remediation goals

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Statistical Analysis of Environmental Background Data Handbook, NAVFAC Southwest (July 1999)

This document provides instruction for conducting graphical and statistical data analyses and tests of hypotheses to identify contaminants of potential concern at Navy installations. Keywords: Background, statistics.

137 589
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Introduction (October 2000)

Introduction to the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

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SEAR Workshop 2000 Multi-Phase Fluid Flow in Porous Media (October, 2000)

Multi-Phase Fluid Flow in Porous Media, a presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000.

22 625
 

SEAR Workshop Presentation-DNAPL Zone Data Collection for Remedial Design (October, 2000)

Portion of the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

41 2816
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Soil Sampling and NAPLANAL (October, 2000)

Soil Sampling and NAPLANAL, presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

28 885
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Hydraulic Testing, Wellfield Design and Installation (October, 2000)

Hydraulic Testing, Wellfield Design and Installation, a presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

30 2554
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Closing Thoughts on Remedial Design and Data Collection (October, 2000)

Closing Thoughts on Remedial Design and Data Collection, a presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000.

10 529
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Surfactant Selection and Bench-Scale Testing

Portion of the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

49 1009
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Test Design Using Numerical Simulations (October, 2000)

Test Design Using Numerical Simulations, a presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000.

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SEAR Workshop 2000 SEAR Wastewater Treatment: Contaminant Removal and Material Recovery (October, 2000)

Wastewater Treatment: Contaminant Removal and Material Recovery, a presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

48 903
 

SEAR Workshop 2000 Implementing SEAR in the Field (October, 2000)

Implementing SEAR in the Field, a presentation at the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

56 4708
 

SEAR Workshop Presentation-Sampling and Analytical Methods for SEAR (October, 2000)

Portion of the Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Workshop as presented in San Antonio TX on 15 October 2000

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Training Needs For Remediation at UXO/OE Contaminated Sites, CECOS (11January, 2001)

Contains a concise description of training needed by those who are tasked with remediating sites contaminated with UXO/OE materials and a proposed plan of action to address the training needs.

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Technical Guidelines for Evaluating Monitored Natural Attenuation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Chlorintated Solvents in Groundwater at Naval and Marine Corps Facilities (September, 1998)

Guidance for Navy RPMs on how to assess natural attenuation as a remedial strategy for groundwater systems contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons and/or chlorinated solvents.

92 2732
 

Toxicity of Marine Sediments and Pore Waters Spiked with Ordnance Compounds, NAVFAC ESC CR-01-001-ENV (August, 2000)

The study was undertaken to help quantify the potential effects of sediment contamination with ordnance compounds to the benthic biota. This was achieved by conducting toxicity tests with sediment spiked with ordnance compounds.

163 920
 

Three-Dimensional Site Characterization Technologies for DNAPL Contaminated Sites, NAVFAC ESC TDS-2072-ENV (November 1999)

This TechData Sheet addresses the applicability of using 1) High-Resolution Seismic Reflection Imaging Surveys and 2) Electromagnetic Resistivity Surveys for subsurface characterization of DNAPL-contaminated sites.

8 343
 

Technology Transfer Report on Recycling Spent Sandblasting Grit into Asphaltic Concrete, NAVFAC ESC TM-2179-ENV (April 1996)

This technology transfer report discusses issues related to the technical feasibility and regulatory acceptability of this concept and relates lessons learned from two U.S. Navy ABM-to-asphalt recycling projects.

118 4042
 

Technical Requirements to Consider When Preparing a Scope of Work for Full-Scale Implementation of Bioventing, NAVFAC ESC TM-2186-ENV (May, 1996)

This document summarizes technical information needed to prepare a Scope of Work (SOW) to implement full scale bioventing and for reviewing the contractor submittals received in response to the SOW. The guidance document describes information needed to specify the materials, methods, and performance requirements for an effective field implementation of bioventing. The document starts by tabulating the data required to support preparing an effective SOW. This document discusses all phases of full scale implementation of bioventing, including design, installation, operation, maintenance, and closeout.

71 5647
 

Technology Transfer Report: Production Base Catalyzed Decomposition Process (BCDP) Guam, NAVFAC ESC TR-2075-ENV (October, 1997)

The first product base catalyzed decomposition process (BCDP) operated successfully on Guam April 1996 to June 1997. The unit treated 11,700 tons of soil at PCB levels over 2,000 ppm to below 0.05 ppm at rates up to 2 tons per hour. The Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center managed the development of the unit for the Navy's Pacific Division from the lab to a full production system oven an 8-year period.

147 10461
 

Trichloroethene (TCE) Toxicitiy Values Fact Sheet, NAVFAC (March 2012)

This fact sheet reviews updated toxicity values for trichloroethene to be used in risk

1 25
 

Technology Transfer (T2) Five Year Program Plan for Environmental Restoration 2004-2008, NAVFAC Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) Workgroup Report (7 September 2003)

 

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T2-Technology Transfer Five Year Program Plan for Environmental Restoration 2010-2014, NAVFAC Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) Workgroup (2 December 2009) 

The Technology Transfer (T2) Five Year Plan identifies remaining technical challenges in the ER Program and guides the focus of the T2 program in order to maintain awareness of the challenges faced by Navy Remedial Project Managers. It reviews the T2 process, mechanisms, and products that are planned for the future and provides overall conclusions on future direction. The T2 Five Year Program Plan was prepared to summarize the key technical challenges faced within the ER Program such as sediments, vapor intrusion, large and dilute groundwater plumes, source zones, sustainable practices, and more.

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Technology Demonstrations for the Installation Restoration Program, NAVFAC Alternative Restoration Technology Team (ARTT) Workgroup Report (6 February 2004)

 

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Transitioning from Conventional to Passive Sampling for Groundwater, TDS-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1305 (April 2013)

This fact sheet provides an overall framework that can be used to assist Remdial Project Managers (RPMs) in designing a transition plan from conventional sampling to passive sampling for groundwater.

3 1701

Tri-service

Ecological Risk Assessment

Purple Book

Tri-Service Procedural Guidelines for Ecological Risk Assessments (The Purple Book), Tri-Service Ecological Risk Assessment Working Group (TSERA) (May 1996)

Provides technical guidance on conducting ERAs.  Designed for technical people doing ERAs, i.e. contractors) vs RPMs managing ERA efforts.

293 69,149

Tri-service

Ecological Risk Assessment

Purple Book Supplement

Tri-Service Remedial Project Manager's Handbook for Ecological Risk Assessment, US Army Environmental Center/Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence/NAVFACESC (February 2000)

The objectives of this handbook are to give the Remedial Project Manager (RPM) at DoD facilities : (1) an overview of the Ecological Risk Assessment (ERA) process; (2) when and where to seek technical assistance; (3) key terms; (4) "rules of thumb" for overseeing ERAs; and (5) internet sites with useful information.  This handbook is an updated summary of the Tri-Service Procedural Guidelines for Ecological Risk Assessment (May 1996).

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Leak Detection

Underground Pipeline Leak Detection and Location Technology Application Guide, NAVFAC ESC UG-2028-ENV (April 1998)

This guide helps the user select and apply leak detection and location equipment for pressurized, high-capacity underground fuel pipelines typical of hydrant systems at Navy bases.

48 3361
 

Using Monte Carlo Analysis in Ecological Risk Assessments, NAVFAC Risk Assessment Workgroup Issue Paper (27 October 2000)

Issue paper for Risk Assessment that provides guidance on the Monte Carlo Analysis as it applies to risk assessments produced by Argonne National Laboratories.

15 71
 

UFP-SAP Tier I Template, NAVFAC (Feb 2011)

Encl 1 (one of two) to DON Guidance Tiered Approach for Developing Sampling and Analysis Plans (3 Jun 2011).

42 238
 

UFP-SAP Tier II Template, NAVFAC (Feb 2011)

Encl 1 (two of two) to DON Guidance Tiered Approach for Developing Sampling and Analysis Plans (3 Jun 2011).

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Passive Sampling

Vapor Intrusion

Tri-Service Passive Sampling for Vapor Intrusion Assessment Fact Sheet (July 2016)

 

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NESDI 476: A Quantitative Decision Framework for Assessing Navy Vapor Intrusion Sites - Fact Sheet (April 2016)

 

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NESDI 476: A Quantitative Decision Framework for Assessing Navy Vapor Intrusion Sites (June 2015)

This project developed a quitative decision framework to improve decision making and site management practices for Navy industrial/commercial vapor intrusion (VI) sites. A multidimensional data base was first developed and populated with Navy Environmental Restoration Program VI site data from a diverse range of geologic, geographic, building types, and other site conditions. The decision framework was then designed based on statistical and non-statistical analyses of both analytical and non-analytical data in the databse. The project focused on hydrocarbon sources, which represents the largest potential Navy VI source.

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Passive Sampling for Vapor Intrusion Assessment, Tech Memo (July 2015)

 

20 397
 

Vapor Intrusion Pathway: A Practical Guideline, ITRC (January 2007)

 

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Vapor Intrusion Pathway: Investigative Approaches for Typical Scenarios - a Supplement to Vapor Intrusion Pathway: A Practical Guideline, ITRC (January 2007)

 

522 1802
 

Vapor Intrusion Mitigation in Existing Buildings, NAVFAC Fact Sheet (May 2011)

This fact sheet reviews methods that can be used to mitigate VI in existing buildings, along with important considerations for selecting and designing an appropriate mitigation system.

6 798
 

Vapor Intrusion Mitigation in Construction of New Buildings, NAVFAC Fact Sheet (August 2011)

This fact sheet provides an overview of VI mitigation methods that can be integrated during the construction of new buildings, along with important factors to consider when selecting and designing these systems.

8 5337
 

Innovative Vapor Intrusion Site Characterization Methods Fact Sheet, TDS-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1301 (February 2013)

This fact sheet was prepared to provide an overview of several emerging and innovative methods for the characterization of indoor air at potential vapor intrusion (VI) sites. These methods include passive sampling, use of a portable gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) instrument, use of building pressure control techniques, hydrocarbon fingerprinting, compound specific isotope analysis (CSIA), and radon sampling

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Verification of Methods for Assessing the Sustainability of Monitored Natural Attenuation, NAVFAC EXWC Contract Report CR-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1302, ESTCP ER 0824 (1 January 2013)

Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) is a component of corrective action plans at many Department fo Defense (DoD) facilities nationwide.

109 2882
 

Vapor Intrusion - Review of Best Practices, Knowledge and Data Gaps, and Research Opportunities for the U.S. Department of Navy Vapor Intrusion Focus Areas, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific TR-1982 (May 2009)

 

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Watershed Contaminated Source Document (WCSD) FACT SHEET, Chief Of Naval Operations (CNO) N45 (March 2003)

This factsheet explains what a Watershed Contaminated Source Document (WCSD) is, when it is necessary, what it contains, and how it can be used.

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Water Balance Study of Infiltration Control Landfill Cover Designs at Marine Corps Base Hawaii (December 1997)

Summary of precipitaion, runofff, and percolation data from the Marine Corps Base Hawaii landfill cover demonstration.

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ZVI

Zero Valent Iron

Chlorinated Compounds

Zero Valent Iron (ZVI) Powder Injection for In-situ Dechlorination of Chlorinated Organic Compounds at Hunters Point Shipyard, SF CA (March, 2003)

The Zero Valent Iron (ZVI) chemical reduction (for dehalogenation) process was used at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard for a cost performance evaluation. This presentation was given at the 5th Envrionmental Technology Symposium & Workshop in Charlotte NC on 24 March 2003

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Zero-Valent Zinc to Treat 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (TCP) Tech Data Sheet, TDS-NAVFAC EXWC-EV-1407 (December 2013)

EXWC has demonstrated at pilot scale a promising ex situ technology capable of meeting health-protective concentrations without compromising secondary water quality characteristics using zero-valent zinc.

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