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Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Bureau of Environmental Remediation
Identified Sites List Information

Project Code: C508570354Site Status:Active
Site Name: EXPRESS CLEANERS - SALINA
CERCLIS Number:
Other Names:
Address: 540 S SANTA FECity:SALINA
Zip Code: 67401
County: SARiver Basin: Smoky Hills - Saline
Latitude: 38.8309Longitude:-97.61065
Program Name: BER - Dry Cleaner RemediationProject Manager:Michael Casanova
Contaminants: VOC

Environmental Use Control In Place ?   No
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Site Narrative:
The result of an ESA during 1997 and 1998, Express Cleaners was identified as the primary source for PCE in three nearby PWS wells. The site is currently owned by the Salina Regional Medical Center. An ESA was completed on January 12, 1999. A SVE system was installed. It was started up on November 27, 2001. It was shut down in April 2002 moved in May 2002 and restarted in July 2002. A source investigation was conducted in May of 2004.

Review of field data collected during O&M visits indicates that VOC concentrations being removed by SVE system have begun to reach an asymptotic level. To check, KDHE conducted a rebound study during December 2005, January and February 2006. The system was shut down with the exception of the horizontal lines beneath the Salina Regional Health Center Building. During the O&M visits, the system was restarted temporarily to take readings and determine if buildup of VOC occurred. Results of the rebound study showed there was little rebound of VOC concentrations while the system was down.

KDHE removed the remediation trailer and abandoned the lines in place. Groundwater monitoring indicates that a secondary souce exists along the sanitary sewer beneath Santa Fe.

KDHE has conducted long term monitoring since 2006.
 

Legal Description
TownshipRangeSectionParcelDescription
1403W13 SW of the NW of the SW
1403W13 SW of the NW of the SW
1403W13 SW of the NW of the SW
1403W13 SW of the NW of the SW
 

Actions Completed
Activity TypeActivityStartCompleted
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring01/01/190001/01/1900
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring09/17/202101/01/1900
EVALUATION OF REMEDIAL ALTERNATIVES Feasibility Study09/23/199809/23/1998
ASSESSMENTExpanded Site Assessment01/12/199901/12/1999
REMEDIAL DESIGN/ACTION Corrective Action Plan08/14/200008/14/2000
REMEDIAL DESIGN/ACTION Corrective Action Report09/12/200209/12/2002
MONITORING O&M/Performance Monitoring01/19/200401/19/2004
INVESTIGATION Source Investigation03/22/200410/01/2004
REMEDIAL DESIGN/ACTION Corrective Action12/21/200106/23/2008
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring06/01/200610/02/2013
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring02/13/201802/13/2018
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring02/14/201802/15/2018
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring04/24/201906/18/2019
MONITORING Long Term Monitoring11/27/200102/18/2021
 

Actions Underway
Activity TypeActivityStartCompleted
MASTER PROJECTMaster Project Details09/23/199801/01/1900
 

Actions Proposed
Activity TypeActivityStartCompleted
No Actions Proposed Information Found
 

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