Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company’s Drift River Terminal Facility
The Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company’s (the Company’s) Drift River Terminal facility (AKD000641811) is located near Kenai, about 90 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska. This facility has been used for temporary storage of crude oil for almost 40 years. In 1997, EPA issued an order to the Company to investigate three potentially contaminated Solid Waste Management Units at the Drift River Terminal. The Company found contamination at one of the sites and as a result in 2002 and 2003 removed petroleum-contaminated soil, treated or disposed of the soil, and restored groundwater to drinking water standards. EPA believes that no further action is necessary to address the environmental impacts at the Drift River Terminal.
If there is significant public interest, EPA will host a public meeting in Kenai on October 11, 2005 to answer questions and discuss the proposal. For further information or to request that EPA conduct the meeting please contact Linda Meyer by October 3, 2005.
Statement of Basis for Corrective Action Complete without Controls at Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company Drift River Terminal Discharge Ditch, Scraper Trap, & Former Burn Pit Site in Drift River, Alaska (EPA DOCKET NO.: 10-97-0176-RCRA), (PDF, 46.3Kb, 12 pgs.)
Drift River Terminal Public Notice
Envirofacts Information - Drift River Terminal
RCRAinfo database information
RCRA Corrective Action Sites in Alaska
Cook Inlet Drift River Terminal NPDES Permit Information
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites your comments on its proposal for no further cleanup action at the Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company’s (the Company’s) Drift River Terminal facility. Please see the Statement of Basis and related links below for further information.
For additional information, please contact Linda Meyer at 206-553-6636, at EPA's toll free line at 1-800-424-4EPA, or by Email at email@example.com. TTY users please call the Federal Relay Service at 800-877-8339 and give the operator Linda Meyer’s phone number, 206-553-6636.
Comments must be submitted in writing by October 18, 2005, to Linda Meyer, EPA Project Manager.
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