Facing East showing the final grade of the site after excavation.
Close up view of Area B-1 and B-2 after backfill and final grade.
View of new fence between Voorhies and Boomsnub, graded areas of V-1, B-12, B-12a, and new asphalt in front of treatment building.
View of new fence between Voorhies and Boomsnub. Maroon-colored slatted fence in background between areas V-1 and LRR-1 is new as well.
Asphalt subcontractor paving section of road in front of the treatment building.
New backfill and final grade for areas B-7, B-9, B-11, and B-12a.
Excavation area B-2 located on the Boomsnub site.
View of new asphalt in front of treatment building. Asphalt on V-1 was paid for by tenant of adjacent propety.
ERRS workers using vibrating compactor to compact excavation areas after confirmation. This compacting was done around buried pipes.
ERRS using dozer to spread clean backfill in area V-1 & LRR-1.
ERRS excavating contaminated soil from area B-11
Truck bringing clean backfill for area B-12.
Excavator removing concrete steps from treatment building to remove contamination located beneath the concrete.
ERRS using articulated roller to compact backfill to a final grade.
Excavator removing contaminated soil from area B-9 located east of the treatment system.
START collected confirmation samples from area B-10.
ERRS worker attaching new PVC pipe to make repair on an unused line.
Backhoe operator using hammer attachment to break concrete into smaller pieces to use as backfill for area B-9.
Awning to treatment building was removed to access contaminated soil under asphalt and concrete adjacent to the building foundation:
Sections B-7 and B-8 backfilled with clean soil
Clean backfill arrives
Compaction tester records results
ERRS worker compacting section B-7 and B-8
START sampling drum contents
START collecting soil samples on Clark County=s Railway property.
ESAT=s chemist analyzing soil samples on the Flame AA
All trucks are decontaminated before they depart site
Area B-12 excavated to planned two foot depth. Ready for confirmation sampling.
Area V-1 with white flags marking sample locations.
START contractor collecting soil sample from are LRR1 north of site.
ERRS clean-up excavating area B-12 to a two foot depth
Areas Boomsnub (B)-4, B-5, B-6, B-7 & B-8 filled with backfill material
ERRS clean-up workers backfilling Area B-7
Stockpiling clean backfill to fill all excavated areas.
ERRS clean-up workers loading trucks with contaminated soil for off-site disposal
Trucks departing Boomsnub site with contaminated soil headed for disposal facility
U.S. Coast Guard Strike Team member conducts health and safety air monitoring
Contractors removed blackberry bushes to access area LRR-1 for sampling.
View of inside the command post.
START Contractor collecting soil sample from stockpile for field analysis.
On-site EPA Command Post
ESAT chemist analyzing soil sample using a flame atomic absorption spectrometer to test for chromium and lead
Site photo taken from the west showing excavators, dump truck, and stockpile.
ERRS Contractors using vacuum truck and shovels to hand dig contaminated soil on adjacent property.
Segregated stockpiles of contaminated soil removed from on-site excavations.
High-powered vacuum truck used to excavate soils from hard-to-reach off-site areas.
START Chemist analyzing sample using Niton X-ray fluorescence spectrometer.
Photo of the entrance to the Boomsnub Site