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APPENDIX H Site Inspection Checklist

FIRST FIVE-YEAR REVIEW REPORT FOR THE PETRO-PROCESSORS OF LOUISIANA, INC. SITE

EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH, LOUISIANA LAD057482713

(15 pages)

December 2004

Appendix H

Site Inspection Checklist

I. SITE INFORMATION Site name: Petro-Processors of Louisiana Inc. (PPI) Location and Region: East Baton Rouge Parish, LA Region 6 Agency, office, or company leading the five-year review: EPA Region 6 Remedy Includes: (Check all that apply) x Landfill cover/containment x Access controls g Institutional controls x Groundwater pump and treatment g Surface water collection and treatment x Other: Natural Recovery Attachments: Date of inspection: December 2, 2004 EPA ID: LAD057482713 Weather/temperature: Partly Cloudy, 52°F

x Monitored natural attenuation

g Groundwater containment g Vertical barrier walls

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x Inspection team roster, See note below.

x Site map attached, See Appendix G

II. INTERVIEWS (Check all that apply) 1. O&M site manager ____________________________ ______________________ ____________ Name Title Date Interviewed g at site g at office g by phone Phone no. ______________ Problems, suggestions; g Report attached ________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 2. O&M staff ____________________________ ______________________ ____________ Name Title Date Interviewed g at site g at office g by phone Phone no. ______________ Problems, suggestions; g Report attached _______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________

Note

The inspection team consisted of: 1. Mr. Bartolome J. Canellas, EPA Project Manager Region 6 2. Mr. Thomas Stafford, Environmental Scientist, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality

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Local regulatory authorities and response agencies (i.e., State and Tribal offices, emergency response office, police department, office of public health or environmental health, zoning office, recorder of deeds, or other city and county offices, etc.) Fill in all that apply. Agency: Louisiana Dept. of Environmental Quality Contact: Thomas Stafford Environmental Scientist 12/16/2004 (225) 219-3222 Name Title Date Phone no. Problems; suggestions; x Report attached: Appendix E, Site Survey Forms __________________________________________________________________________________ Agency ____________________________ Contact ____________________________ __________________ ________ ____________ Name Title Date Phone no. Problems; suggestions; g Report attached _______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Agency ____________________________ Contact ____________________________ __________________ ________ ____________ Name Title Date Phone no. Problems; suggestions; g Report attached _______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Agency ____________________________ Contact ____________________________ __________________ ________ ____________ Name Title Date Phone no. Problems; suggestions; g Report attached _______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________

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Other interviews (optional) x Report attached. Appendix E, Site Survey Forms Name

Title/Position Senior Hydrogeologist Environmental Scientist Facility Manager Sr. Project Manager Humphreys Turner Professor and Associate Dean, College of Engineering Operations Manager Environmental Health Scientist Coordinator Hydrologist Hydrogeologist

Organization EcoScience La. Dept of Environmental Quality Dayspring Group Battelle Northwest

Date 12/16/2004 12/16/2004 12/16/2004 12/20/2004

James R. Spencer Thomas Stafford Jack Collins Michael J. Truex

W. David Constant Robert L. Harris Darcie Olexia Roger Lee Stephen Phillips, PG

Louisiana State University Tetra Tech EM Inc. LA Dept. of Health and Hospitals USGS-WRD TechLaw, Inc.

12/21/2004 2/11/2005 --2/7/2005 2/2/2005

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III. ON-SITE DOCUMENTS & RECORDS VERIFIED (Check all that apply) 1. O&M Documents x O&M manual x Readily available x Up to date g N/A x As-built drawings x Readily available x Up to date g N/A x Maintenance logs x Readily available x Up to date g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan x Readily available x Up to date g N/A x Contingency plan/emergency response plan x Readily available x Up to date g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ O&M and OSHA Training Records x Readily available x Up to date g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Permits and Service Agreements g Air discharge permit x Effluent discharge g Waste disposal, POTW g Other permits_____________________ g Readily available g Up to date

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x N/A

g N/A x N/A x N/A

x Readily available

g Readily available g Readily available

x Up to date

g Up to date g Up to date

Remarks: The PPI site has an LPDES permit LA0066214. 5. Gas Generation Records g Readily available g Up to date x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Settlement Monument Records g Readily available g Up to date x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Groundwater Monitoring Records x Readily available x Up to date g N/A Remarks: The Long Range Monitoring Plan requires annual monitoring and reporting which is current. Leachate Extraction Records g Readily available g Up to date x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Discharge Compliance Records g Air g Readily available g Up to date x N/A x Water (effluent) x Readily available x Up to date g N/A Remarks: The PPI site discharges process and storm water via an LPDES Permit, LA0066214. See Photographs 9 & 10, Appendix F, Site Photographs, show outfalls 006C (Brooklawn OU) and 013C (Scenic OU). The result of sampling to comply with the discharge permit indicates that the protective cover is functioning as intended and storm water is not being contaminated with site COC. All VOC and Semivolatile analytes sampled are BQL for both the Brooklawn and Scenic OU. Daily Access/Security Logs x Readily available x Up to date g N/A Remarks: The PPI site used a Access Card Key system with computer access logs. See Photograph 2, Appendix F, Site Photographs

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IV. O&M COSTS 1. O&M Organization g State in-house g Contractor for State x Contractor for PRP g PRP in-house g Federal Facility in-house g Contractor for Federal Facility g Other__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ O&M Cost Records

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x Up to date, g Readily available This is a PRP funded clean up; the funding information is not publicly available.

g Funding mechanism/agreement in place Original O&M cost estimate____________________ g Breakdown attached Total annual cost by year for review period if available From__________ To__________ Date Date From__________ To__________ Date Date From__________ To__________ Date Date From__________ To__________ Date Date From__________ To__________ Date Date 3. __________________ Total cost __________________ Total cost __________________ Total cost __________________ Total cost __________________ Total cost g Breakdown attached g Breakdown attached g Breakdown attached g Breakdown attached g Breakdown attached

Unanticipated or Unusually High O&M Costs During Review Period Describe costs and reasons: __________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ V. ACCESS AND INSTITUTIONAL CONTROLS x Applicable g N/A

A. Fencing 1. Fencing damaged g Location shown on site map x Gates secured g N/A Remarks: The PPI site has perimeter fencing, secured gates, and a security officer during normal operating times; all are in good condition. See Photographs 1 ­ 8, Appendix F, Site Photographs

B. Other Access Restrictions 1. Signs and other security measures g Location shown on site map g N/A Remarks: The PPI site has perimeter signs posted at both the Brooklawn and Scenic OU See Photographs 3 and 6, Appendix F, Site Photographs

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C. Institutional Controls (ICs) 1. Implementation and enforcement Site conditions imply ICs not properly implemented Site conditions imply ICs not being fully enforced g Yes g Yes

x No x No

g N/A g N/A

Type of monitoring (e.g., self-reporting, drive by) Site inspection, self-monitoring and reporting. Frequency Security and operating personnel conduct daily site inspections. Responsible party/agency NPC Services, Inc. Contact J. Bryan McReynolds Environmental Engineer 12/02/2004 225-778-6229 Name Title Date Phone no. Reporting is up-to-date Reports are verified by the lead agency

x Yes x Yes

g No g No

g N/A g N/A

Specific requirements in deed or decision documents have been met g Yes g No x N/A Violations have been reported g Yes g No x N/A Other problems or suggestions: g Report attached _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Adequacy x ICs are adequate g ICs are inadequate g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

D. General 1. Vandalism/trespassing g Location shown on site map x No vandalism evident Remarks: The PPI site has perimeter fencing and access control to prevent vandalism. See Photographs 1, 3 and 6, Appendix F, Site Photographs. Land use changes on site g N/A Remarks: There have been no changes to land use on site. Land use changes off site g N/A Remarks: There have been no changes to land use off site. VI. GENERAL SITE CONDITIONS A. Roads 1.

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x Applicable

g N/A

Roads damaged g Location shown on site map x Roads adequate g N/A Remarks: The PPI site has asphalt perimeter roads at the Brooklawn OU that are in good condition. See Photographs 1, 2, 3, 7, and 29, Appendix F, Site Photographs. The limestone roads at the Scenic OU are also in good repair.

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B. Other Site Conditions Remarks ______________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

VII. LANDFILL COVERS A. Landfill Surface Remarks: The PPI Site has installed protective covers over the former disposal areas and has placed a protective fill in BBR distributaries. These coverings are inspected and maintained. See Photographs 29 ­ 36, Appendix F, Site Photographs. 1. Settlement (Low spots) g Location shown on site map x Settlement not evident Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks____________________________________________________________

x Applicable g N/A

__________________________________________________________________

2. Cracks g Location shown on site map x Cracking not evident Lengths____________ Widths___________ Depths__________ Remarks____________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

3. Erosion g Location shown on site map x Erosion not evident Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Holes g Location shown on site map x Holes not evident Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Vegetative Cover x Grass x Cover properly established x No signs of stress g Trees/Shrubs (indicate size and locations on a diagram) Remarks: Vegetation covers are inspected and maintained. See Photographs 29 ­ 36, Appendix F, Site Photographs. Alternative Cover (armored rock, concrete, etc.) x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Bulges g Location shown on site map x Bulges not evident Areal extent______________ Height____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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Wet Areas/Water Damage x Wet areas/water damage not evident g Wet areas g Location shown on site map Areal extent______________ g Ponding g Location shown on site map Areal extent______________ g Seeps g Location shown on site map Areal extent______________ g Soft subgrade g Location shown on site map Areal extent______________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Slope Instability g Slides g Location shown on site map x No evidence of slope instability Areal extent______________ Remarks: The PPI site is inspected and maintained to ensure the integrity of the protective covers. See Photographs 3 and 6, Appendix F, Site Photographs

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B. Benches g Applicable x N/A (Horizontally constructed mounds of earth placed across a steep landfill side slope to interrupt the slope in order to slow down the velocity of surface runoff and intercept and convey the runoff to a lined channel.) 1. Flows Bypass Bench g Location shown on site map g N/A or okay Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Bench Breached g Location shown on site map g N/A or okay Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Bench Overtopped g Location shown on site map g N/A or okay Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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C. Letdown Channels g Applicable x N/A (Channel lined with erosion control mats, riprap, grout bags, or gabions that descend down the steep side slope of the cover and will allow the runoff water collected by the benches to move off of the landfill cover without creating erosion gullies.) 1. Settlement g Location shown on site map g No evidence of settlement Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Material Degradation g Location shown on site map g No evidence of degradation Material type_______________ Areal extent_____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Erosion g Location shown on site map g No evidence of erosion Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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Undercutting g Location shown on site map g No evidence of undercutting Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Obstructions Type_____________________ g No obstructions g Location shown on site map Areal extent______________ Size____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Excessive Vegetative Growth Type____________________ g No evidence of excessive growth g Vegetation in channels does not obstruct flow g Location shown on site map Areal extent______________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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D. Cover Penetrations 1.

x Applicable

g N/A

Gas Vents g Active g Passive g Properly secured/locked g Functioning g Routinely sampled g Good condition g Evidence of leakage at penetration g Needs Maintenance x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Gas Monitoring Probes g Properly secured/locked g Functioning g Routinely sampled g Good condition g Evidence of leakage at penetration g Needs Maintenance x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Monitoring Wells (within surface area of landfill) x Properly secured/locked x Functioning x Routinely sampled x Good condition g Evidence of leakage at penetration g Needs Maintenance g N/A Remarks: Monitoring Wells within the protective cover of the PPI Site are locked and secure and are in good condition. See Photographs 25 ­ 28, Appendix F, Site Photographs Leachate Extraction Wells g Properly secured/locked g Functioning g Routinely sampled g Good condition x N/A g Evidence of leakage at penetration g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Settlement Monuments g Located g Routinely surveyed x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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E. Gas Collection and Treatment 1.

g Applicable

x N/A

Gas Treatment Facilities g Flaring g Thermal destruction g Collection for reuse g Good condition g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Gas Collection Wells, Manifolds and Piping g Good condition g Needs Maintenance x N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Gas Monitoring Facilities (e.g., gas monitoring of adjacent homes or buildings) x N/A g Good condition g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ g Applicable x N/A

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F. Cover Drainage Layer 1.

Outlet Pipes Inspected g Functioning g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Outlet Rock Inspected g Functioning g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ g Applicable x N/A

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G. Detention/Sedimentation Ponds 1.

Siltation Areal extent______________ Depth____________ g N/A g Siltation not evident Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Erosion Areal extent______________ Depth____________ g Erosion not evident Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Outlet Works g Functioning g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Dam g Functioning g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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H. Retaining Walls 1.

g Applicable

x N/A

Deformations g Location shown on site map g Deformation not evident Horizontal displacement____________ Vertical displacement_______________ Rotational displacement____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Degradation g Location shown on site map g Degradation not evident Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ g Applicable

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I. Perimeter Ditches/Off-Site Discharge 1.

x N/A

Siltation g Location shown on site map g Siltation not evident Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Vegetative Growth g Location shown on site map g N/A g Vegetation does not impede flow Areal extent______________ Type____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Erosion g Location shown on site map g Erosion not evident Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Discharge Structure g Functioning g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ VIII. VERTICAL BARRIER WALLS g Applicable x N/A

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Settlement g Location shown on site map g Settlement not evident Areal extent______________ Depth____________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Performance Monitoring Type of monitoring__________________________ g Performance not monitored Frequency_______________________________g Evidence of breaching Head differential__________________________ Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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IX. GROUNDWATER/SURFACE WATER REMEDIES A. Groundwater Extraction Wells, Pumps, and Pipelines 1.

x Applicable

g N/A

g Applicable

g N/A g N/A

Pumps, Wellhead Plumbing, and Electrical x Good condition x All required wells properly operating g Needs Maintenance Remarks: See Photographs 20 ­ 22, Appendix F, Site Photographs

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Extraction System Pipelines, Valves, Valve Boxes, and Other Appurtenances x Good condition g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Spare Parts and Equipment x Readily available x Good condition g Requires upgrade g Needs to be provided Remarks: The site maintains a computerized maintenance system, which sustains adequate supplies of critical materials and equipment. g Applicable

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B. Surface Water Collection Structures, Pumps, and Pipelines 1.

x N/A

Collection Structures, Pumps, and Electrical g Good condition g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Surface Water Collection System Pipelines, Valves, Valve Boxes, and Other Appurtenances g Good condition g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Spare Parts and Equipment g Readily available g Good condition g Requires upgrade g Needs to be provided Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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C. Treatment System 1.

x Applicable

g N/A

Treatment Train (Check components that apply) g Metals removal x Oil/water separation g Bioremediation x Carbon adsorbers g Air stripping g Filters_________________________________________________________________________ g Additive (e.g., chelation agent, flocculent)_____________________________________________ g Others_________________________________________________________________________ g Good condition g Needs Maintenance g Sampling ports properly marked and functional g Sampling/maintenance log displayed and up to date g Equipment properly identified x Quantity of groundwater treated annually 267,000 gallons g Quantity of surface water treated annually ________________________ Remarks: The site maintains facilities for collection, separation, storage and treatment of produced groundwater and contained storm water. See Photographs 15 ­ 17and 20 ­ 22, Appendix F, Site Photographs. Electrical Enclosures and Panels (properly rated and functional) x Good condition g Needs Maintenance g N/A Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Tanks, Vaults, Storage Vessels g N/A x Good condition x Proper secondary containment Remarks: See Photographs 15 & 16, Appendix F, Site g Needs Maintenance

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Discharge Structure and Appurtenances g N/A x Good condition g Needs Maintenance Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Treatment Building(s) x N/A g Good condition (esp. roof and doorways) g Needs repair g Chemicals and equipment properly stored Remarks__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Monitoring Wells (pump and treatment remedy) Recovery Wells

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x Properly secured/locked x Functioning x Routinely sampled x All required wells located g Needs Maintenance

Remarks: See Photographs 20 ­ 22, Appendix F, Site Photographs D. Monitoring Data 1. Monitoring Data x Is routinely submitted on time 2. Monitoring data suggests: x Groundwater plume is effectively contained

x Good condition

g N/A

x Is of acceptable quality

g Contaminant concentrations are declining

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D. Monitored Natural Attenuation 1. Monitoring Wells (natural attenuation remedy) x Properly secured/locked x Functioning x Routinely sampled x Good condition x All required wells located g Needs Maintenance g N/A Remarks: See Drawing BK-99-150, Brooklawn Site Location Map and Drawing SC-02-100, Scenic Monitoring Well and Piezometer Locations. X. OTHER REMEDIES If there are remedies applied at the site which are not covered above, attach an inspection sheet describing the physical nature and condition of any facility associated with the remedy. An example would be soil vapor extraction. XI. OVERALL OBSERVATIONS A. Implementation of the Remedy Describe issues and observations relating to whether the remedy is effective and functioning as designed. Begin with a brief statement of what the remedy is to accomplish (i.e., to contain contaminant plume, minimize infiltration and gas emission, etc.). The following RA have been selected and constructed to be protective of human health and the environment. Source control and protective coverings at the site have reduced the risks associated with ingestion, inhalation, and dermal contact with site contaminants through surface water and sediment pathways for both human and biota receptors. Source reduction continues at the Brooklawn OU during additional DNAPL modeling intended to better characterize the source term for use in updating the groundwater model. Placement of a protective fill in the BBR distributaries has reduced risk, discovered during an EPA commissioned risk assessment, to acceptable levels. The MNA remedy through implementation of the monitoring plan has been shown to be protective of the down gradient receptors at the probable POE. Sampling of sediments in BBR south of the Scenic OU have demonstrated that the RA of natural recovery is effective. Finally, administrative controls to limit access to the PPI site are in place and continue to be effective in limiting entry to approved site personnel. B. Adequacy of O&M Describe issues and observations related to the implementation and scope of O&M procedures. In particular, discuss their relationship to the current and long-term protectiveness of the remedy. Operation and maintenance of the facility has been effective in maintaining the integrity of the protective coverings at both the Brooklawn and Scenic OU. The PPI site is inspected daily by site personnel and maintenance items are noted and corrective actions are taken as needed. These maintenance records are maintained onsite. The filled and graded former waste disposal areas have sufficient grass coverings and are frequently mowed to prevent unwanted shrub growth. Requirements of the Brooklawn OU long range-monitoring plan specify the inspection of the protective fill in the BBR distributaries channels to ensure its integrity.

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Early Indicators of Potential Remedy Problems: None apparent. Describe issues and observations such as unexpected changes in the cost or scope of O&M or a high frequency of unscheduled repairs, that suggest that the protectiveness of the remedy may be compromised in the future.

____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

D. Opportunities for Optimization: None apparent. Describe possible opportunities for optimization in monitoring tasks or the operation of the remedy.

____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

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