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(If you were unable to attend the meeting, you may view this presentation to see the data we shared during the meeting.)
The principles that guided our efforts to determine the appropriate recommendations were:
With these principles in mind, we made the following recommendations to the Petroleum Storage Tank Committee during the October 16 Committee meeting.
We welcome your comments about these recommendations. Please send your feedback to us via our Public Comment email box no later than Monday, November 16.
Again, we greatly appreciate your time and consideration regarding the RCG adjustment effort.
OPS has adopted the API, EPA and ITRC guidance for petroleum vapor intrusion. Tier 1 RBSL values for the soil and groundwater vapor to indoor air exposure pathways should be used as “lookup table” references when using these guidance documents. When conducting assessments, all precluding factors must be evaluated and documented as part of the conceptual site model.
Links to these guidance documents are listed below and are also available on the Remediation Guidance Documents page.
If you have any questions, please contact Mike Kwiecinski at 303-318-8512, Jennifer Strauss at 303-318-8548 or Rob Herbert at 303-318-8543.
Petroleum Cleanup and Redevelopment Fund Now Accepting Applications
Funding is now available to help revitalize petroleum storage tank properties that are not eligible for reimbursement from the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund! Visit the Petroleum Brownfields Program page for more details.