ARMY CLEANUP PROGRAM
– Status Update –
Bob Mashburn
Army Regional Environmental Office
Atlanta, Georgia
BRIEFING OUTLINE
 General Overview
 Summary Status
 Further Assessments
 Investigations
 FY10/11 Projects
 Contract 2010
ARMY CLEANUP PROGRAM
– FY10 Active and Excess Installation Budget –
Total FY10 Budget = $483.8M
IRP Projects = $234.8M
CR Projects = $52.2M
MMRP Projects = $136.9M
DSMOA = $8.2M
Program Management = $51.7M
Projects Subtotal for Region 4
17 installations = $38M
MSAAP – GENERAL OVERVIEW
 First and only ammunition plant built by the U.S. Army in 30 years (since
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1953)
July 7, 1978 – Army obtained a 50 year irrevocable permit from NASA to
construct and operate MSAAP
1981 – RCRA Part A Permit application submitted for treatment of
explosive waste
March 31, 1983 – MSAAP Dedicated
May 1983 – First production projectile metal parts assembly
September 9, 1983 – RCRA operating permit was issued jointly to the U.S.
Army (MSAAP) and Mason Chamberlain, Inc.
May 1984 – Live loading began
1990 – DoD placed MSAAP on inactive status/layaway
August 6, 1992 – Last munitions/explosive contaminated sump sludges
processed
1992 – MSAAP became an industrial park
MSAAP – GENERAL OVERVIEW – Cont’d
 September 9, 1993 - Explosive Waste Incinerator (EWI) operating
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permit expired - not renewed
1993 – EWI and associated sumps decontaminated in accordance with
the closure plan
September 6, 1994 – EWI closed under RCRA Subpart G, Part 264
September 27, 1994 – MDEQ-OPC approves Closure Plan
October 7, 1994 –Verification plan was implemented
November 1994 – EWI Closure Certification Report was submitted to
MDEQ. The Closure Certification Report was reviewed by MDEQ and
closure was verified
March 4, 2009 – MSAAP was deactivated on as part of the Base
Realignment and Closure, 2005
July 29, 2009 - Official deactivation ceremony
MS AAP - Summary Status
 July 2009 – Army completed decon/demolition of
Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant – ECC Draft
Closure Report dated July 16, 2009 – “Final” Closure
– MDEQ Approval letter dated August 5, 2009
 MSAAP – April 2008 Final SI Report – NFA
9100 Area
Water Tower
Deionized Water Cooling Tower
Motor Pool and Maintenance
Mechanical Plant
Parcel 13 [7]
Sandblasting/Painting Area
MSAAP – FURTHER ASSESSMENTS
 9100 Area
Central Flammable Storage
Drainage Canals
Projectile metal Parts
Tank Farm/Freon Recovery Building
Forge Lube SAA/ESP Separator
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All of this area
 Parcel 12 [7] Explosives Waste Incinerator
HR (Additional Reports/Records – Closure 1994)
FURTHER GW INVESTIGATIONS
 9100 Area
 Parcel 11[7]
HRPR
Overhead Waste Transfer Piping
Scrap metal Storage
Inert Waste Processor
Cargo Metal Parts
Vehicle Wash Rack/FGD Bldg
Industrial WWTP
Contaminated Waste Processor
MSAAP – FY10/11 Projects
 MSAAP-014 - Plume associated with the old Projectile
Metal Parts operations. Project involves installation of
monitoring wells, sampling over 8 quarters/vapor
intrusion study.
 MMRP project at the Spin Launch site.
 Additional analysis and site activities at the following
areas:
-9100 Area (Groundwater, Vapor Intrusion, Drainage
Canals)
-9400 Area (Spin Launch Site)
-Forge Lube Satellite Accumulation Area
MSAAP Contract – 2010
 HTRW Remedial Investigation/Feasibility
Study ~ $600K
 MMRP Remedial Investigation/Feasibility
Study ~ $1 M
 Follow-on Tasks (If required – FY11 – beyond)
 Contract Period – Apr 2010 – May 2013
 Estimated Completion Date of BRACCompliance at Installation (including LTM
phase): Dec 2012
CONTACT INFORMATION
Bob Mashburn
Regional Project Manager
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Environment,
Safety & Occupational Health) - DASA (ESOH)
101 Marietta Street, NW, Suite 3120
Atlanta, GA 30303-5711
404.460.3134
[email protected]
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