Pre-2002 Electronic Technical Documents

Note 1: This page provides links to a limited selection of pre-2002 documents available electronically. A handfull of these older documents are on this website (out of about 500 documents in the Hard Copy Repository on Adak Island). If you are looking for a document that is not listed on this page, visit the hard copy repository on Adak Island or request the document from NAVFAC NW;
Contact Aaron Vernik at (360) 396-0143.

You can review the entire pre-2002 index at the following link:
Hard Copy Information Repository Index


Note 2: The electronic repository begins in January 2002. All repository documents dated 2002 or later can be found on this website via the link below. These documents are also made available on a CD filed at the Information Repository on Adak Island. The CDs can be borrowed or an additional CD can be requested from NAVFAC NW;
Contact Aaron Vernik at (360) 396-0143.
Adak Repository Documents 2002-2013



Limited Selection of Pre-2002 Repository Documents


Document Date Document Title
12/19/2001 5-Year Rpt
12/10/2001 OU B-1 ROD
07/13/2001 OU B-1 RI/FS
05/18/2001 CRP
05/2001 OU B-1 Proposed Plan
01/01/2001 OU A: Field Activities Report for Adak and Amchitka Islands (2000).
09/29/2000 PA
09/27/1999 OU A ROD
12/31/1998 OU A: Sea Otter Survey of Adak 1998 Summary Report
01/01/1997 OU A: Tissue Concentrations of Elemental and Organochlorine Compounds in Sea Otters in 2 Aleutian Islands.
Undetermined Munitions Site Investigation



Repository Document Details


Final Partial Remedial Action Completion Report, Soils and Surface Water, Operable Unit A, and Soils, Operable Unit B-1

Former Adak Naval Complex Adak, Alaska - October 2006

The purpose of this document is to provide all the necessary information regarding completion of response actions in preparation for requesting that soil and fresh surface water at OU A and OU B-1 be removed from the National Priorities List (NPL). The EPA deletion criteria are as follows (USEPA 2000):

• All required response actions have been implemented.
• No further response actions are necessary.
• There is no health threat above EPA’s target health goals to humans or the environment.

The remedial actions for soils and surface water, as specified in the RODs for OU A and OU B-1 have been completed and no further response actions are necessary. Therefore, with the exceptions noted below, these media are candidates for deletion from the NPL. The following sites have not met specified ROD requirements and are not proposed for close out:

• In OU A, groundwater and marine tissue in Kuluk Bay and Sweeper Cove
• In OU B-1, further investigation still required at C1-02 (has not been cleared because of the inaccessible location), LJ-01, MM-10E (including MM-10A, B, C, F, G, H), and MM-11.


(Posted 1/08)

PDF file of Final Partial Remedial Action Completion Report, Soils and SW, OU A, and Soils, OU B-1, Contents - Figure 2-2
File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Final Partial Remedial Action Completion Report, Soils and SW, OU A, and Soils, OU B-1, Figure 2-3 - Section 7
File size 1.9 MB.
PDF file of Final Partial Remedial Action Completion Report, Soils and SW, OU A, and Soils, OU B-1, Section 8 - Appendix C
File size 2.1 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Second Five-Year Review of Records of Decision, December 2006

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska

The purpose of this 5-year review is to ensure that the remedial actions selected in the Records of Decision (RODs) for OU A and OU B-1 at Adak remain protective of human health and the environment. This 5-year review evaluates data collected at the site from May 2001 through September 2005. The protectiveness of the remedies for the OU A sites is discussed in this report by grouping the sites into categories of protectiveness. Most of the 178 OU A sites fall into the categories of either “remedy is complete and protective,” or “remedy is operating and is expected to be protective.”

The remedies for six of the OU A sites are concluded to be “not complete, but expected to be protective.” These six sites are:

• ASR-8 Facility
• SA 77, Fuels Facility Refueling Dock, Small Drums Storage Area
• NMCB Building T-1416 Expanded Area
• South of Runway 18-36 Area
• SWMU 17, Power Plant 3
• SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak

Three of the OU A sites require follow-up actions to ensure the future protectiveness of the final remedy. These three sites are:

• NORPAC Hill Seep Area
• SA 88, P-70 Energy Generator, UST 10578
• SWMU 61, Tank Farm

The remedy for OU B-1 is expected to be protective of human health and the environment upon completion. The future remedy for OU B-2 is expected to be protective when selected and implemented. OU B-2 is in the remedial investigation/feasibility study stage, and munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) may be present.


(Posted 1/07)

PDF file of Executive Summary-Section 2, Figures 2-1 thru 2-3 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Figure 2-4 and Section 2 Tables of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.1 MB.
PDF file of Section 3, Figures 3-1, and 3-2 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.5 MB.
PDF file of Figure 3-3, Section 3 Tables, and Sections 4 and 5 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.1 MB.
PDF file of Section 6, Figures 6-1 through 6-7 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.5 MB.
PDF file of Figure 6-8 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Figures 6-9 thru 6-16 and Table 6-1 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 1.3 MB.
PDF file of Sections 7 - 11 of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 221 KB.
PDF file of Signature Page of the Final Second Five-Year Review of ROD File size 6 KB. Signature page can only be viewed by Acrobat V6.0 or higher. Appendicies can be reviewed at the information repositories.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report, September 2005, OU A

Former Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - May 2006

Groundwater monitoring was conducted at Operable Unit A (OU A) of the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska, in the fall of 2005. The monitoring program for 2005 was implemented as described in the Comprehensive Monitoring Plan (CMP), Revision 2 (U.S. Navy 2005a). The 2005 monitoring activities occurred from September 8 through 26, 2005. During the monitoring event, groundwater samples were collected from 84 monitoring locations at 23 sites for CMP purposes. Monitoring was conducted to satisfy OU A Record of Decision (U.S. Navy, Alaska DEC, and USEPA 2000) remedy requirements and post-free-product recovery remedy requirements established un the State-Adak Environmental Restoration Agreement (U.S. Navy and Alaska DEC 2005). The types of remedies for which monitoring was conducted were monitored natural attenuation (MNA), limited groundwater monitoring, surface water protection, and compliance. Results of natural attenuation parameter (NAP) monitoring indicate that varying degrees of anaerobic degradation is occurring at all of the MNA sites. Based on the 2004 monitoring results, the MNA remedies appear to be effective.

Based on the 2005 monitoring program results, recommended changes in site-specific monitoring for 2006 are as follows:

• Collect additional sample at GCI to check for an upgradient source; collect sample from well 12-702 at SA 78, P-70 Energy Generator to check distribution of dissolved constituents;

• Visually inspect surface downgradient of NORPAC Hill Seep for sheen;

• Reduce frequency of monitoring at Runway 5-23 Avgas Valve Pit;

• Discontinuation of monitoring of BEHP, MEC, PCE, and PCE daughter-products at SWMU 14, Old Pesticide Disposal Area; BEHP at SWMU 17, Power Plant No.3; and BEHP and MEC at SWMU 55, Public Works Transportation Department Waste Storage Area;

• Monitor BTEX at ROICC Contractor's Area, UST ROICC-7;

• Continue annual monitoring at remaining sites.


(Posted 11/06)

PDF file of Executive Summary - Section 5 of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 736 KB.
PDF file of Sections 6 - 9 of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 1.1 MB.
PDF file of Sections 10 - 13 of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 1.0 MB.
PDF file of Sections 14 - 18 of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Sections 19 - 21 of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Sections 22 - 25 of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Sections 26 - 30 and Appendix A of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 1.3 MB.
PDF file of Appendix D and F of the Final Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report File size 409 KB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Landfill Annual Monitoring Report, September 2005, OU A

Former Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - May 2006

This document has been prepared under contract with Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest (NAVFAC NW) for the 2005 monitoring at three landfills (Metals, Palisades, and Roberts Landfills) located at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. The White Alice Landfill was not scheduled for monitoring in 2005. Based on the 2005 sampling results, the Navy recommends that sampling of sediments for SVOCs, TIN, TOC, and grain size be continued at the Palisades Landfill, in accordance with the CMP, Revision 2 (U.S. Navy 2005b); PCB analyses will be performed on samples collected in 2006. Based on the September 2005 sampling results, it is recommended that sampling be continued at the Metals Landfill for total arsenic and barium and dissolved arsenic and barium, because of the exceedances of Adak background concentrations. SVOC and VOC analyses will be performed on samples collected in 2006 at the Metals Landfill.

The Navy recommends that surface water and groundwater monitoring for VOCs be continued on an annual basis at Roberts Landfill, because only three years of post-closure monitoring data have been collected. Based on 2001 through 2005 sampling results for surface water and groundwater samples collected at Roberts Landfill, the Navy recommends that surface water and groundwater monitoring for inorganics continue on an annual basis because of the exceedances of the endpoint criterion for copper in surface water, exceedances of copper background concentrations in groundwater, and exceedances of endpoint criteria for three inorganics in groundwater.

(Posted 11/06)

PDF file of Executive Summary and Section 1 of the Final Annual Landfill Monitoring Report File size 1.3 MB.
PDF file of Sections 6 - 9 of the Final Annual Landfill Monitoring Report File size 1.0 MB.
PDF file of Appendix D and E of the Final Annual Landfill Monitoring Report File size 53 KB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Decision Document, South of Runway 18-36 Area

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - August 2006

This decision document (DD) presents the selected cleanup alternative and the supporting rationale for cleanup of the South of Runway 18-36 Area at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. Alternative 2 – Institutional Controls, Free-Product Recovery and Containment, Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) for Groundwater, and Natural Recovery for Surface Water and Sediment – is selected as the remedial alternative for the South of Runway 18-36 Area. The selected cleanup alternative, Alternative 2, consists of institutional controls for soil, groundwater, surface water, and sediment; passive free-phase product containment and recovery; MNA for groundwater; and natural recovery for surface water and sediment. One free-product collection/containment trench will be installed to prevent migration of free-phase product to surface water, thus eliminating the source of the sheen to one area of South Sweeper Creek. The existing free-product interception device adjacent to Transit Bridge will continue to be used to control sheen in that area. Sorbent booms will be used as an interim measure to reduce surface water sheen in South Sweeper Creek until the free-product collection/containment trench effectively eliminates the source of the sheen to South Sweeper Creek. Sorbent booms will also be used in West Canal to control sheen until free-product recovery activities eliminate free-product migration to surface water. In addition, seven new wells will be installed, and free-phase product will be removed from site wells using passive skimmers and sorbent socks. Institutional controls will be used to protect human health and the environment until groundwater no longer exceeds Alaska DEC groundwater cleanup levels, surface water and sediment no longer exceed the ecological RBSCs, and surface water no longer exceeds the Alaska DEC water quality standards for sheen, TAqH, and TAH.

(Posted 10/06)

PDF file of Summary & Table of Contents of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 3.9 MB.
PDF file of Section 1 of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Section 2 and 3 of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 804 KB.
PDF file of Section 4 of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 2.3 MB.
PDF file of Sections 5 and 6 of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 829 KB.
PDF file of Section 7 of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Sections 8 - 13 and Appendix A of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 765 KB.
PDF file of Plates 1 and 2 of the South of Runway 18-36 Decision Document File size 2.9 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Decision Document, SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak Site

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - August 2006

This decision document (DD) presents the selected cleanup alternative and the supporting rationale for cleanup of the Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) 62, New Housing Fuel Leak site at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. Alternative 2–Institutional Controls, Free-Product Containment and Passive Recovery, Surface Soil Excavation, and Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) for Groundwater – is selected as the remedial alternative for the SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak site. A free-product collection/containment trench will be installed to prevent migration of free-phase product to surface water, thus eliminating the source of the sheen to East Canal. Sorbent booms will be used as an interim measure to reduce surface water sheen on East Canal until the free-product collection/containment trench effectively eliminates the source of the sheen. Four new wells will be installed, and free-phase product will be removed from the new wells and existing site wells using automated passive skimmers, passive skimmers, or sorbent socks. Surface soil in Sandy Cove Housing 102, 107, and 146 Area with DRO concentrations exceeding the ACLs will be excavated and treated. Petroleum concentrations in groundwater will be reduced through natural attenuation. Finally, institutional controls will be used to protect human health and the environment until groundwater no longer exceeds Alaska DEC groundwater cleanup levels and surface water no longer exceeds the Alaska DEC Water Quality Standard for sheen.

(Posted 10/06)

PDF file of Summary of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 3.8 MB.
PDF file of Section 1 of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Section 2 of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 2.7 MB.
PDF file of Sections 3 and 4 of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 2.4 MB.
PDF file of Sections 5 and 6 of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Section 7 of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 3.2 MB.
PDF file of Sections 8 - 13 and Appendix of SWMU 62 Decision Document File size 1.3 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Non-Time Critical Removal Action Work Plan MEC Clearance at Rifle Grenade Range

Former Naval Air Facility, Adak Island, Alaska - September 2006

This site-specific Work Plan (WP) describes the goals, methods, procedures, and personnel that USA Environmental, Inc. (USAE) will use for the Non-Time Critical Removal Action (NTCRA) at the Rifle Grenade Range - 01 (RG-01), located within the former Naval Complex, on Adak Island, Alaska.

(Posted 09/06)

PDF file of Sections 1-5 of Non-Time Critical Removal Action Work Plan MEC Clearance at RG-01 File size 1 MB.
PDF file of Sections 6-9 of Non-Time Critical Removal Action Work Plan MEC Clearance at RG-01 File size 111 KB.
PDF file of Appendix for Non-Time Critical Removal Action Work Plan MEC Clearance at RG-01 File size 1 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Proposed Plan for SWMU 17, Power Plant No. 3 Area

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - August 2006

This Proposed Plan proposes the preferred cleanup alternative for SWMU 17. Cleanup activities that have already been implemented at the SWMU 17, Power Plant No.3 Area include AST cleaning and closures, contaminated soil excavation, free-product removals, oil/water separator removals, waste oil pond and retention pond sediment removals, fill placement near Amulet Way to prevent fuel seeps, and natural attenuation monitoring. The preferred cleanup alternative for SWMU 17, Power Plant No.3 Area is Alternative 3, MNA and Institutional Controls. Alternative 3 is selected for this site because groundwater concentrations are above the Alaska DEC cleanup levels. MNA is needed to reduce concentrations to below the Alaska DEC cleanup levels and institutional controls are needed as long as concentrations are above Alaska DEC cleanup levels. Therefore, Alternative 3 is protective of human health and the environment and complies with Alaska regulations.

(Posted 08/06)

Proposed Plan for SWMU 17, Power Plant No. 3 Area File size 2 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis Report Rifle Grenade Range (RG-01)

Former Naval Air Facility, Adak Island, Alaska - July 2006

As a result of past United States Navy (U.S. Navy) use of the former Rifle Grenade Range (RG-01), munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) may be present at the site and may constitute an explosive safety risk to the public, site personnel, and the environment. Because of the high potential hazard associated with the MEC known to exist at this project site, the U.S. Navy has elected to accelerate the response action for this installation in advance of completion of a Record of Decision (ROD) for all Operable Unit B-2 (OU B-2) sites, beginning with the MRS RG-01 site. Five alternatives were evaluated using the type, quantity, location, and depth of MEC and MD; past, current, and future land use; and input from local agencies, stakeholders, and the community. Alternative 2, Institutional Controls, was considered an appropriate alternative, but as a stand-alone alternative it does not satisfactorily address the long-term risk and may not be acceptable to the stakeholders. Alternative 4, Surface and Subsurface Removal of MEC and MD, was considered an appropriate response action. Alternative 4 supplemented with Alternative 2 are recommended as this combination represents the most appropriate response for RG-01. Institutional Controls, including Recurring Review programs for the formal Adak Naval Complex have already been established, are currently active, and will continue after the MEC removal actions are completed.'

(Posted 07/06)

Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis Report Rifle Grenade Range (RG-01) File size 2.9 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Decision Document, NMCB Building T-1416 Expanded Area

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - April 2005

This decision document (DD) presents the selected cleanup alternative and the supporting rationale for cleanup of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) Building T-1416 Expanded Area at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. Alternative 2 – Institutional Controls, Free-Product Recovery, and Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) – is selected as the remedial alternative for the NMCB Building Expanded Area. As part of the remedy, additional activities will be performed at the site to confirm that the remedy is protective. These activities include installation of five new wells, collection of soil samples during the installation of the new wells, collection of additional groundwater samples from the five new wells, and visual monitoring of the Sweeper Cove shoreline.

(Posted 04/06)

PDF file of Executive Summary and Section 1 of the NMCB Decision Document. File size 2.5 MB.
PDF file of Section 2 of the NMCB Decision Document. File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Sections 3 and 4 of the NMCB Decision Document. File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Section 5 of the NMCB Decision Document. . File size 1.0 MB.
PDF file of Section 6 of the NMCB Decision Document. . File size 1.0 MB.
PDF file of Section 7 of the NMCB Decision Document . File size 2.5 MB
PDF file of Sections 8 through 14 of the NMCB Decision Document. File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of Appendix A and Plates 1 and 2 of the NMCB Decision Document. File size 5.3 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

2005 Institutional Controls Primary Site Inspection Report

Adak Island, Alaska - March 2006

The purpose of this task order is to perform inspections at the Former Naval Complex Adak, Alaska, IC sites in accordance with the OU A ROD, the OU A ROD Amendment, the OU B-1 ROD and the Adak Island Institutional Control Management Plan (ICMP). The inspections are intended to verify that ICs and engineering controls remain effective in protecting human health and the environment. Long-term environmental monitoring requirements (groundwater monitoring, product recovery, etc.) at these sites are addressed in the Comprehensive Monitoring Plan Revision 2 (CMP).

(Posted 03/06)

2005 Institutional Controls Primary Site Inspection Report File size 6.2 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Adak Proposed Plan for SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak Site

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - December 2005

This Proposed Plan proposes the preferred cleanup alternative for the Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) 62, New Housing Fuel Leak site at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. Alternative 2 – Institutional Controls, Free-Product Containment and Passive Recovery, Surface Soil Excavation, and MNA for Groundwater - is the preferred cleanup alternative for the SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak site.

(Posted 12/05)

Proposed Plan for SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak Site File size 1.1 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Adak Proposed Plan for South of Runway 18-36 Area

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - December 2005

This Proposed Plan proposes the preferred cleanup alternative for the South of Runway 18-36 Area at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. Alternative 2 - Institutional Controls, Free-Product Recovery, MNA and Natural Recovery - is the preferred cleanup alternative for the South of Runway 18-36 Area.

(Posted 12/05)

Proposed Plan for South of Runway 18-36 Area File size 930 KB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Focused Feasibility Study Report, SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak,

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - August 2005

To evaluate remedial alternatives that can reduce concentrations of petroleum-related chemicals at the SWMU 62, New Housing Fuel Leak site, the Navy and Alaska DEC have agreed to conduct a focused feasibility study (FFS). This FFS report documents the results of that focused feasibility study. The FFS report integrates results of previous site investigations and presents results of human health and ecological risk assessments conducted for the site. These risk assessment activities are used to determine whether existing institutional controls are sufficient to protect human health and the environment while natural attenuation processes are reducing chemical concentrations, or whether remedial actions may be necessary at the site to reduce risks to acceptable levels. Based on risk assessment results, remedial actions are determined to be necessary at this site.

(Posted 08/05)

PDF file of Executive Summary and Sections 1, 2, & 3 - part 1 of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 1.9 MB.
PDF file of Figure 3-6 of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 3.3 MB.
PDF file of Figures 3-7, 3-8, & 3-9 of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 4.4 MB.
PDF file of Figures 3-10, 3-11, & 3-12 of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 4.8 MB.
PDF file of Figures 3-13 - 3-15, Sec 3 tables of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 1.5 MB.
PDF file of Sections 4-12 of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 1.3 MB.
PDF file of Appendix A of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 3.6 MB.
PDF file of Appendix B part 1a of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 45 KB.
PDF file of part 1b of Appendix B of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 1.9 MB.
PDF file of Appendix B part 2a in SWMU 62 FFS. File size 43 KB.
PDF file of part 2b of Appendix B in SWMU 62 FFS. File size 1.9 MB.
PDF file of Appendix C - HHRA, part 1a of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 2.3 MB.
PDF file of part 1b of Appendix C of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 552 KB.
PDF file of part 1c of Appendix C of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 93 KB.
PDF file of part 1d of Appendix C of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 237 KB.
PDF file of Appendix C - ERA of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 97 KB.
PDF file of Appendix D and Plates of SWMU 62 FFS. File size 1.1 MB.
Please note: Appendix B parts 1b and 2b and Attachments CI-1 and CI-4 can only be read with Acrobat Reader 6.0 and higher.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Focused Feasibility Study Report, South of Runway 18-36,

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - August 2005

To evaluate remedial alternatives that can reduce concentrations of petroleum-related chemicals at the South of Runway 18-36 area, the Navy and Alaska DEC have agreed to conduct a focused feasibility study (FFS). This FFS report documents the results of that focused feasibility study. The FFS report integrates results of previous site investigations and presents results of human health and ecological risk assessments conducted for the site. These risk assessment activities are used to determine whether existing institutional controls are sufficient to protect human health and the environment while natural attenuation processes are reducing chemical concentrations, or whether remedial actions may be necessary at the site to reduce risks to acceptable levels. Based on risk assessment results, remedial actions are determined to be necessary at this site.

(Posted 08/05)

PDF file of Executive Summary and Sections 1 & 2 of South Runway FFS. File size 1.1 MB.
PDF file of Section 3 part 1 of South Runway FFS. File size 3.0 MB.
PDF file of Figure 3-7 of Section 3 of South Runway FFS. File size 2.3 MB.
PDF file of part 2 of Section 3 of South Runway FFS. File size 2.6 MB.
PDF file of Sections 4-8 of South Runway FFS. File size 1.2 MB.
PDF file of Figure 5-1 of South Runway FFS. File size 26 KB.
PDF file of Sections 9-12 of South Runway FFS. File size 684 KB.
PDF file of Appendix A of South Runway FFS. File size 1.1 MB.
PDF file of Appendix B & C of South Runway FFS. File size 1.5 MB.
PDF file of Figure CII.1-1 in South Runway FFS. File size 3.6 MB.
PDF file of Appendix D and part 1 of Appendix E in South Runway FFS. File size 1.0 MB.
PDF file of part 2 of Appendix E and Plates in South Runway FFS. File size 2.8 MB.
Please note: Figures 3-7, 5-1 and CII.1-1 and Appendix A can only be read with Acrobat Reader 6.0 or higher.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Adak Final Proposed Plan for NMCB Building T-1416 Expanded Area

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - August 2005

This Proposed Plan proposes the preferred cleanup alternative for the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) Building T-1416 Expanded Area at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. Alternative 2 - Institutional Controls, Free-Product Recovery, and MNA - is the preferred cleanup alternative for the NMCB Building Expanded Area.

(Posted 08/05)

Final Proposed Plan for NMCB Building T-1416 Expanded Area. File size 835 KB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Focused Feasibility Study Report, NMCB Building, T-1416 Expanded Area,

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - May 2005

A Focused Feasibility Study (FFS) has been conducted to evaluate remedial alternatives that will protect human health and the environment from petroleum-related chemicals released at the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) Building Expanded Area site. This FFS report integrates results of previous site investigation activities and presents results of human health and ecological risk assessments conducted for the site. These risk assessment activities are used to determine whether existing institutional controls are sufficient to protect human health and the environment while natural attenuation processes are reducing chemical concentrations, or whether remedial actions may be necessary at the site to reduce risks to acceptable levels. Based on risk assessment results, remedial actions are determined to be necessary at this site.

(Posted 07/05)

PDF file of Executive Summary and Sections 1 & 2 of Final NMCB FFS. File size 3.8 MB.
PDF file of Section 3 of NMCB FFS. File size 3.3 MB.
PDF file of Figure 3-6 of NMCB FFS. File size 1.8 MB.
PDF file of Section 4 of NMCB FFS. File size 2.8 MB.
PDF file of Sections 5 - 12 of NMCB FFS. File size 4.0 MB.
PDF file of Appendix A of NMCB FFS. File size 3.9 MB.
PDF file of Appendix B and part 1 of Appendix C - HHRA of Final NMCB FFS. File size 2.8 MB.
PDF file of part 2 of Appendix C - HHRA of NMCB FFS. File size 3.2 MB.
PDF file of part 3 of Appendix C - HHRA of NMCB FFS. File size 1.7 MB.
PDF file of Appendix C - ERA in NMCB FFS. File size 3.6 MB.
PDF file of Appendix D and part 1 of Appendix E in NMCB FFS. File size 3.3 MB.
PDF file of part 2 of Appendix D and Plates in NMCB FFS. File size 5.4 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Decision Document for Petroleum Sites With No Unacceptable Risk,

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - April 2005

This Decision Document (DD) presents the selected cleanup actions and the supporting rationale for cleanup of the 10 free-product petroleum sites at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska. These sites pose no unacceptable risk to human health or the environment above target health goals, provided that institutional controls remain in effect. The decisions documented in this DD are based on the Administrative Record located at the offices of Engineering Field Activity, Northwest, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, in Poulsbo, Washington. The State of Alaska and U.S. Navy (Navy) have agreed to the decisions outlined in this document. The Navy is responsible for implementing the cleanup actions presented in this DD.

(Posted 06/05)

PDF file of Sections 1 - 3 of Final Decision Document for Petroleum Sites With No Unacceptable Risk. File size 3.7 MB.
PDF file of Sections 4 - 14 of Decision Document. File size 1.7 MB.
PDF file of Appendix A and Appendix B - part 1 of Decision Document. File size 2.1 MB.
PDF file of part 2 of Appendix B in Decision Document. File size 1.4 MB.
PDF file of part 3 of Appendix B in Decision Document. File size 2.1 MB.
PDF file of part 4 of Appendix B in Decision Document. File size 1.6 MB.

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Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report

Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex - September 2004

Groundwater monitoring was conducted at the Operable Unit A (OU A) of the Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska in the fall of 2004. The 2004 monitoring activities occurred from September 12 through September 28. During the monitoring event, groundwater samples were collected from 56 monitoring locations at 22 sites for CMP purposes. Groundwater samples were collected from additional locations at select sites to support post-free-product recovery remedy evaluation. Monitoring was conducted to satisfy OU A Record of Decision (ROD) remedy requirements. Results of natural attenuation parameter (NAP) monitoring indicate that varying degrees of anaerobic degradation is occurring at all of the MNA sites. Based on the 2004 monitoring results, the MNA remedies appear to be effective.

(Posted 06/05)

Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report, September 2004, Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex.
Due to the large file size, appendicies are not shown. File size 3.1 MB.

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­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Annual Landfill Monitoring Report

Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex - September 2004

This report includes results from the monitoring which was performed in September 2004. Monitoring results were compared to endpoint criteria established in Appendix F of the Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan (CMP), Revision 1, and background concentrations established for inorganic compounds in sediment and groundwater on Adak. Based on the September 2004 sampling results, it is recommended that: sampling of sediments for SVOCs, PCBs, TIN, TOC, and grain size be continued at the Palisades Landfill; sampling of surface water for for TIN, and DIN be continued at Palisades Landfill; sampling of groundwater for total arsenic and barium, dissolved arsenic and barium be continued at Metals Landfill, but groundwater monitoring for VOCs at Metals Landfill be reduced to once every other year with the next scheduled sampling to occur in 2006; decrease the sampling of surface water and groundwater for VOCs, TIN, DIN, and water quality parameters (WQP) at White Alice Landfill to once every other year with the next scheduled sampling to occur in 2006; and sampling of surface water and groundwater for VOCs, TIN, DIN, and WQP be continued at Roberts Landfill, but , in accordance with the Final CMP, Revision 1.

(Posted 06/05)

Annual Landfill Monitoring Report, September 2004, Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex.
Due to the large file size, appendicies are not shown. File size 1.2 MB.

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Cleanup Report, 19 Sites

Former Adak Naval Complex - May 2005

The U.S. Navy conducted investigations and remedial actions at 19 sites at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, located in southwest Alaska from 1993 through 2003. These sites were investigated to assess the nature and extent of petroleum hydrocarbons and other chemicals that may or may not have been present in soil or groundwater as a result of historical site operations. Remedies were established for each of the 19 sites in the Operable Unit A Record of Decision. The remedies are considered complete by the Navy. This document is the final closure report that summarizes the releases, subsequent completion of the remedial actions, and the rationale for the final status of the 19 petroleum release sites at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak, Alaska.

(Posted 05/05)

PDF file of the Cleanup Report, 19 Sites, Sections 1 - 5. File size is 2 MB.

PDF file of the Cleanup Report, 19 Sites, Sections 6 - 15. File size is 1.4 MB.

PDF file of the Cleanup Report, 19 Sites, Sections 16 - Appendix U. File size is 1.8 MB.

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Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report

Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex - October 2003

Groundwater monitoring was conducted at the Operable Unit A (OU A) of the Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska in the fall of 2003. The 2003 monitoring activities occurred from September 27 through November 12. During the monitoring event, groundwater samples were collected from 59 monitoring locations at 22 sites. Monitoring was conducted to satisfy OU A Record of Decision (ROD) remedy requirements. Results of natural attenuation parameter monitoring indicate that varying degrees of anaerobic degradation is occurring at all of the MNA sites. Based on the 2003 monitoring results, the monitored natural attenuation remedies appear to be effective.

(Posted 04/05)

Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report, October 2003, Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex.
Due to the large file size, some appendicies are not shown. File size 3.2 MB.

A complete copy of this document is available for public review at the following Information Repository:
­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Annual Landfill Monitoring Report

Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex - October 2003

This report includes results from the monitoring which was performed in October 2003. Monitoring results were compared to endpoint criteria established in Appendix F of the Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan (CMP), Revision 1, and background concentrations established for inorganic compounds in sediment and groundwater on Adak. Based on the October 2003 sampling results, it is recommended that: sampling of sediments for SVOCs, PCBs, TIN, TOC, and grain size be continued at the Palisades Landfill; sampling of surface water for for PCBs, TIN, and DIN be continued at Palisades Landfill; sampling of groundwater for SVOCs, VOCs, TIN, and DIN be continued at Metals Landfill; sampling of surface water and groundwater for VOCs, TIN, DIN, and water quality parameters (WQP) be continued at White Alice Landfill; and sampling of surface water and groundwater for VOCs, TIN, DIN, and WQP be continued at Roberts Landfill, in accordance with the Final CMP, Revision 1.

(Posted 04/05)

Annual Landfill Monitoring Report, October 2003, Operable Unit A, Former Adak Naval Complex.
Due to the large file size, some appendicies are not shown. File size 2.4 MB.

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­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Monitoring the Natural Attenuation of Petroleum in Groundwater at the Former Naval Complex, Operable Unit A

Adak Island, Alaska - May and June 2003

During May and June 2003, the U.S.Geological Survey (USGS) installed monitoring wells and collected data to characterize the effectiveness of natural attenuation processes for remediating petroleum-contaminated ground water at Operable Unit A of the former Naval complex on Adak Island, Alaska. Evidence for petroleum biodegradation in ground water was evaluated at 10 sites, plans for future natural attenuation monitoring were suggested for those sites, and the natural attenuation monitoring strategy for all petroleum sites in the Downtown area of Adak Island was reviewed and refinements were suggested. Achieving the ROD specified final monitoring objective of estimating the rate of natural attenuation to demonstrate achievement of cleanup levels within 75 years will be problematic. Demonstrating (predicting) achievement of cleanup levels within any timeframe in a technically defensible manner will be difficult to achieve using any type of short-term monitoring and evaluation, and will be particularly difficult to achieve through monitoring and evaluation of dissolved-phase petroleum only. Despite the difficulties in demonstrating (predicting) achievement of cleanup levels within any timeframe in a technically defensible manner, natural attenuation processes appear to have greatly limited the extent of ground-water contamination at most sites investigated and have limited the risk that petroleum contaminants pose to downgradient receptors.

(Posted 03/05)

Monitoring the Natural Attenuation of Petroleum in Groundwater at the Former Naval Complex, Operable Unit A. File size 6.5 MB.

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Institutional Controls Primary Site Inspection Report

Adak Island, Alaska - February 2005

The purpose of this report is to summarize the inspections performed at the Former Naval Complex Adak, Alaska, IC sites in accordance with the OU-A ROD, the OU-A ROD Amendment, the OU-B-1 ROD, and the Adak Island Institutional Control Management Plan (ICMP). The inspections are intended to ensure that ICs and engineering controls remain effective in protecting human health and the environment. Long-term environmental monitoring requirements (groundwater monitoring, product recovery, etc.) at these sites are addressed in the Comprehensive Monitoring Plan (CMP).

(Posted 03/05)

Institutional Controls Primary Site Inspection Report. File size 2.7 MB.

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­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Adak Final Proposed Plan for Petroleum Sites with No Unacceptable Risk

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - September 2004

This Proposed Plan proposes the preferred cleanup alternatives for the 10 free-product recovery petroleum sites (hereafter referred to as petroleum-contaminated sites) at the former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Is-land, Alaska, that pose no risk to human health or the environment above target health goals.

(Posted 10/04)

Final Proposed Plan for Petroleum Sites with No Unacceptable Risk. File size 1.3 MB.

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­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Final Technical Memorandum Evaluation of Adak Island Blue Mussel and Rock Sole Tissue 1999 Through 2003

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - July 2004

This technical memorandum presents an evaluation of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) concentrations in rock sole (Lepidopsetta bilineata)and blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) collected from the vicinity of Adak Island, Alaska each summer from 1999 through 2003. This technical memorandum also summarizes the marine sampling effort performed in the summer of 2003. The primary conclusions drawn from the evaluation of the 5-year baseline marine monitoring effort are that (1) total PCB concentrations appear to be increasing in rock sole from SweeperCove and Kuluk Bay (2) total PCB concentrations in rock sole from Sweeper Cove and Kuluk Bay exceed the risk-based action level (RBAL) of 6.5 ug/kg, (3) total PCB concentrations in blue mussel from Sweeper Cove slightly exceed the RBAL of 31 ug/kg, but are trending downward, and (4) total PCB concentrations in blue mussel from Kuluk Bay are trending upward, but remain below the RBAL.

(Posted 07/04)

Final Marine Monitoring Technical Memorandum at Adak Island. File size 1.2 MB.

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Final Finding of Suitability to Transfer Parcel 1A, Parcel 1B, and Addendum to Final Parcel 1A FOST

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - May 2003

This report presents a Final Finding of Suitability to Transfer (FOST) Parcel 1A and Parcel 1B that supports base realignment and closure activities at the former NAF Adak, Adak, Alaska. In addition, this document serves as an Addendum to the Final FOST for Parcel 1A to document that all remedial activities at C3-01A, C3-01E, C8-01, C8-02, C8-03, C8-04, C8-05A, C8-05B, FB?03, LJ-03, LJ-04, and LJ-05 have been completed, as required, prior to transfer of Parcel 1A.

(Posted 01/04)

2003 Final Finding of Suitability to Transfer Parcel 1A, Parcel 1B, and Addendum to Final Parcel 1A FOST including 2003 Final Finding of Suitability to Transfer Parcel 1A - Exhibits 1 and 2 and Exhibits 3 through 7 with figures 2-1 (parcel 1a), 2-1 (parcel 1b), 2-2 (parcel 1b) , and 6-1 (parcel 1b), Parcel 1B - Exhibit Maps (part 1) and (part 2) and Parcel 1B - Exhibits 2 - 7
File sizes range between 2-3 MB each.

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Operable Unit A Record of Decision, Amendment #1

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - September 4, 2003

This decision document is an amendment to the OU A ROD. The purpose of this OU A ROD Amendment is twofold: (1) Replace subsistence fish advisory signs along Kuluk Bay and Sweeper Cove with fish advisory fact sheets and (2) Remove sixty-two petroleum sites from the OU A ROD consistent with the FFA and SAERA.

(Posted 10/03)

PDF file of OU A ROD Amendment. File size is ~2 MB.

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2003 OU A ROD Amendment Proposed Plan

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - May 16, 2003

This Proposed Plan describes the Navy's, Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA), and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation's (ADEC) rationale for Amending the Former Adak Naval Complex Operable Unit A Record of Decision (OU A ROD).

(Posted 3/03)

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PDF file of the 2003 OU A ROD Amendment Proposed Plan. File size 75 KB.

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2003 Environmental Baseline Study

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - March 14, 2003

This report presents the findings and conclusions of an environmental baseline survey (EBS) that supports base realignment and closure activities at the Former NAF Adak, Alaska. This document was performed in accordance with 40 CFR Part 323. It is an update to an EBS prepared in March 2002 by Environmental Chemical Corporation.

(Posted 3/03)

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Executive Summary. File size is 888 KB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Section 1. File size is 3.6 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Sections 2 and 3. File size is 3.5 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Section 4 part 1. File size is 2.4 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Section 4 part 2. File size is 2.5 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Figure 4-3. File size is 10.2 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Section 5 part 1. File size is 472 KB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Section 5 part 2. File size is 96 KB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Section 5 part 3. File size is 851 KB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Figure 5-2. File size is 6.3 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Figure 5-3. File size is 9 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Figure 5-4. File size is 8.3 MB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Sections 6 and 7. File size is 490 KB.

PDF file of the Environmental Baseline Study Appendix A. File size is 875 KB.

Download the PDF file of the entire Environmental Baseline Study. File size is 30 MB.

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Dispute Resolution Decision (pertaining to how the Adak Record of Decision for OU-B1 applies to ordnance site C3-01A and analagous sites)

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - January 22, 2003

This decision summarizes the agreement between the Navy and the Dispute Resolution Committee concerning ordnance site C3-01A.

(Posted 02/03)

PDF file of the Dispute Resolution Decision. File size is 54 KB.

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Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A, Revision 1

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska - March 2004

The purpose of this comprehensive monitoring plan (CMP) is to ensure that the environmental cleanup remedies selected in the OU A ROD remain compliant with the applicable laws and regulations, and to ensure that the remedies remain protective of human health and the environment. This CMP describes the Navy's procedures for long-term monitoring at OU A and the approach for environmental sampling for petroleum and nonpetroleum chemicals of concern.

(Posted 03/04)

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Section 1

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Section 2

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Section 3

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Plate 1

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Plate 2

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Plate 3

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Plate 4

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Appendix A - Table 5-2

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Appendix B - Table 5-2

Final Comprehensive Monitoring Plan - Operable Unit A Appendix D - ICMP

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Final Institutional Control Management Plan - Operable Unit A, Revision

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska - March 2004

The purpose of this Institutional Controls Management Plan (ICMP) is to establish mechanisms to ensure the reliability of institutional controls at Adak Island. This plan implements the institutional controls selected for the Operable Unit (OU) A Record of Decision(ROD) sites; the active petroleum cleanup sites; and the landfill sites. It also implements the RCRA site closure institutional controls and, to the best extent possible, the Operable Unit B ordnance sites that have maintenance requirements already established.

(Posted 03/04)

Final Institutional Control Management Plan - Operable Unit A (Appendix D - CMP)

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Mitigating Elevated Levels of Lead and Copper in Adak's Drinking Water System by Replacing Residential Faucets

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - April 19, 2002

This report summarizes the results of lead and copper testing of drinking water on Adak between 1993 and 2002 and a corrosion control study conducted in 2000 to evaluate the effectiveness of installing a source treatment system. The corrosion control study reported that by introducting calcium phosphate into the drinking system, lead levels could be lowered by 80 percent. In addition, the data from the study indicated that replacing faucets would be slightly more effective in reducing concentrations of lead and copper than source treatment. Lead and copper levels would still be above regulatory limits.

(Posted 09/02)

PDF file of the Mitigating Elevated Levels of Lead and Copper in Adak's Drinking Water System by Replacing Residential Faucets. File size is 1.3 MB.

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BTAG, Analysis of Results, 2000 Fish Monitoring on Adak

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - April 2002

This report summarizes the PCB concentrations in marine fish and shellfish collected in the vicinity of Adak Island during the summer of 2000. The primary conclusion from these data is that three of four species (greenling, rock sole, and gray cod) sampled in Kuluk Bay contain mean PCB concentrations less than the risk-based action level of 0.0065 mg/kg given as the remedial action criteria in the OU A ROD. No fish species in Sweeper Cove contains a PCB-concentration less than the risk based action level. With the exception of a single sampling location, all PCB concentrations in blue mussel tissue are below the risk based action level of 0.031 mg/kg.

(Posted 06/02)

PDF file of the BTAG, Analysis of Results, 2000 Fish Monitoring on Adak. File size is 45 KB.

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Finding of Suitability to Transfer (FOST), Parcel 1A

Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - February 2002

This Finding of Suitability to Transfer describes the U.S. Navy's assessment and determination of the property where release or disposal of hazardous substances or petroleum products has occurred on Adak Island, Alaska, within a portion of the former Navy facility.

(Posted 03/02)

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PDF file of the Finding of Suitability to Transfer (FOST)on Adak Island (does not contain Table 6-1). File size is 700 KB.

PDF file of the Finding of Suitability to Transfer (FOST) on Adak Island, Table 6-1. File size is a 3.7 MB.

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Declaration of Record of Decision, Operable Unit B-1

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - November 2001

This Record of Decision (ROD) presents the selected remedial actions for OU B-1 at the former Adak Naval Complex on Adak Island, Alaska. OU B-1 includes 131 ordnance and explosives (OE) or unexploded ordnance (Munitions) areas of concern (AOCs, or sites). A ROD was prepared for OU A in 1999 and signed in 2000, which covered petroleum sites and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) sites. An additional ROD will be prepared for the areas of concern (AOCs) within OU B-2.

(Posted 07/02)

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PDF File of the Declaration of Record of Decision, Operable Unit B-1 Report. File Size 1.7 MB.(complete except for signature page)

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Final Five-Year Review Report

Former Adak Naval Complex, Adak Island, Alaska - November 2001, Delivery Order 0011, Contract No. N44255-00-D-2476

This Five-Year Review Report evaluates the remedial actions that were performed at Operable Unit (OU) A and OU B sites during the last five years.

(Posted 03/02)

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PDF File of the Executive Summary and Section 1 of Final Five-Year Review Report. File Size 2.3 MB.

PDF File of Section 2 (without figures) of Final Five-Year Review Report. File Size 1.4 MB.

PDF File of Section 2 figures of Final Five-Year Review Report. File Size 1.6 MB.

PDF File of Sections 3 and 4 of Final Five-Year Review Report. File Size 2.2 MB.

PDF File of Section 5 through the Appendix of Final Five-Year Review Report. File Size 1.6 MB.

Download the zipped PDF File of the Final Five-Year Review Report. File Size 5 MB.

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Updated Community Relations Plan for the Former Naval Air Facility Adak

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska - October 2001

The purpose of the Adak Community Relations Plan is to identify public participation and communication issues and outline the Navy's methods to keep the community informed during the environmental cleanup and the public- to- private land transfer of the former Naval Air Facility (NAF) Adak, Alaska. This is a revision to the plan originally finalized in 1994. This plan is consistent with the Base Realignment and Closure Act of 1990 (BRAC), and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), with their implementing regulations and guidance documents.

(Posted 3/02)

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PDF File of Sections 1 through Appendix D of the Updated Community Relations Plan. File Size 2MB.

PDF File of Appendix E (Part 1) Updated Community Relations Plan. File Size 2MB.

PDF File of Appendix E (Part 2) Updated Community Relations Plan. File Size 1.2MB.

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Final Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study For OU B 1 Sites

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska - July 13, 2001

The purpose of the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study (RI/FS) was to collect and analyze data at sites potentially contaminated with unexploded ordnance (Munitions) at Operable Unit B (OU B) at the Former Naval Air Facility on Adak, Alaska (NAF Adak). The data collected during this and previous investigations were used to provide input to the hazard assessment methodology. The data have been evaluated during the preparation of this report and, through the feasibility study, three areas are recommended for remedial action.

(Posted 03/02)

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PDF File of the Complete Draft Final Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study for OU B 1 Sites. File Size 8 MB.

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Proposed Plan for Cleanup of Ordnance and Explosives and Unexploded Ordnance Within Operable Unit B-1 on Adak Island

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska - May 2001

This Proposed Plan describes the U.S. Navy's proposal for addressing safety risks posed by ordnance and explosives (OE) and unexploded ordnance (Munitions) on Adak Island, Alaska, within a portion of the former Navy facility.

(Posted 03/02)

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PDF file of the Proposed Plan for Cleanup of Ordnance and Explosives and Unexploded Ordnance Within Operable Unit B-1 on Adak Island. File Size 886 KB.

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Draft Final Preliminary Assessment Report

September 29, 2000

The Level I Screen described in this document is the first step in the site-specific, CERCLA-like process developed for the investigation and remediation of ordnance-contaminated sites on Adak.

(Posted 11/00)

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­ NAF Adak, Adak Island, Alaska, Bob Reeve High School

Operable Unit A Record of Decision (ROD)

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska CTO 0214 - Accepted as final April 2000

This Record of Decision (ROD) presents the selected remedial actions for OU A at the former Adak Naval Complex on Adak Island, Alaska. OU A comprises 58 Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) sites and 128 petroleum sites covered by the State-Adak Environmental Restoration Agreement (SAERA). Issues regarding ordnance explosives will be addressed in a separate ROD, which will be for OU B.

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Download the zipped PDF File of the Complete Operable Unit A Record of Decision. File Size 14 MB.

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Draft Site Investigation Report -
Unexploded Ordnance Investigation of the Remote Areas

Naval Air Facility Adak, Adak Island, Alaska; DO 0083 - 2000

The Draft Site Investigation Report is intended to provide ordnance contamination data to support decisions on the ability to reuse Adak Island. This investigation was focused on all of Adak north of the Military Reservation Boundary, excluding the downtown area, which was investigated under previous delivery orders.

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The next RAB meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 08, 2014 at NOON Adak time in the Bob Reeve High School Conference Room on Adak and at 1 p.m. local time in the ADEC Conference Room at 555 Cordova St, Anchorage.