Treatment System Building Completely Erected; 100% Remedial Design for Treatment System Approved by EPA 12DEC18

To date, the Groundwater Treatment System building has been completely erected and minor interior work continues. During the coming weeks, it is anticipated that the electrical and plumbing services will be completed, finishing the construction phase of the building.

Concurrent with completion of the building, work has begun to install and assemble the treatment system. The system will be constructed as designed in the 100% Removal Design-Treatment System, approved by the EPA on December 12, 2018. This system will include a metals pre-treatment process prior to treating the groundwater through the Vanox™ Advanced Oxidation Process. This final step in the treatment process is a destructive technology, and it is anticipated that 1,4-dioxane will be treated to nearly non-detectable concentrations.

The Temporary Groundwater Treatment System continues operations. The Demonstration of Compliance Report through September 2018 can be found here.

Installation of the Treatment System is anticipated to last through February, 2019.

Last updated on January 23, 2019