Project Status

11/30/2018

1. Main Activities During Reporting Period

  1. Soil remediation and Station B Demo currently out to bid.
  2. Scope of Study for English Station Interior – High Pressure Boilers 13/14 submitted containing only environmental media.
  3. Scope of Study for English Station Main Building – Boilers 1 through 12 Areas  and Boilers 13 & 14 Area (Hazardous Building Materials only).
  4. Developed and submitted response on CT DEEP’s questions for the Scope of Study Eastern Portion of English Station Interior Boilers 1 through 12 (Partial)
  5. TRC commenced sampling of cooling tunnel discharge lines in Boilers 1 through 12
  6. Continue to work with the City of New Haven on permitting path. Also, began developing draft CT DEEP General Permit registrations/plans.
  7. TRC continued to perform sampling of environmental media and hazardous building materials within Western Portion of English Station.
  8. TRC continued to perform sampling of environmental media within the Eastern Portion of English Station Boilers 1 through 12.
  9. Performed another quarter of groundwater sampling
  10. TRC performed bi-weekly inspections of the Significant Environmental Hazard (SEH) areas and prepare inspection reports.
  11. Management of State and Federal regulated waste during site activities.
  12. Community Outreach Website will be updated with the Main Activities during Reporting Period and Upcoming Activities sections of this document.

2. Upcoming Activities

  1. TRC will continue to sample environmental media and hazardous building materials inside of English Station
  2. Continue to work with internal departments on next step actions for the bid on soil remediation and Station B demo.
  3. Work with EPA and CT DEEP on Remedial Action Plans for the PCB remediation on Parcels A and B. 
  4. Develop general permit registrations to be submitted to the State of Connecticut for the following: Natural Diversity Data Base, Stormwater and Dewatering Wastewaters from Construction Activities, Surface Water Discharge, and Coastal Consistency Review
  5. Develop

 


12/31/2018

1. Main Activities During Reporting Period

  1. Soil remediation and Station B Demo currently out to bid.
  2. Scope of Study for English Station Interior – High Pressure Boilers 13/14 submitted containing only environmental media.
  3. Scope of Study for English Station Main Building – Boilers 1 through 12 Areas  and Boilers 13 & 14 Area (Hazardous Building Materials only).
  4. Developed and submitted response on CT DEEP’s questions for the Scope of Study Eastern Portion of English Station Interior Boilers 1 through 12 (Partial)
  5. TRC commenced sampling of cooling tunnel discharge lines in Boilers 1 through 12
  6. Continue to work with the City of New Haven on permitting path. Also, began developing draft CT DEEP General Permit registrations/plans.
  7. TRC continued to perform sampling of environmental media and hazardous building materials within Western Portion of English Station.
  8. TRC continued to perform sampling of environmental media within the Eastern Portion of English Station Boilers 1 through 12.
  9. Performed another quarter of groundwater sampling
  10. TRC performed bi-weekly inspections of the Significant Environmental Hazard (SEH) areas and prepare inspection reports.
  11. Management of State and Federal regulated waste during site activities.
  12. Community Outreach Website will be updated with the Main Activities during Reporting Period and Upcoming Activities sections of this document.

2. Upcoming Activities

  1. TRC will continue to sample environmental media and hazardous building materials inside of English Station
  2. Continue to work with internal departments on next step actions for the bid on soil remediation and Station B demo.
  3. Work with EPA and CT DEEP on Remedial Action Plans for the PCB remediation on Parcels A and B. 
  4. Develop general permit registrations to be submitted to the State of Connecticut for the following: Natural Diversity Data Base, Stormwater and Dewatering Wastewaters from Construction Activities, Surface Water Discharge, and Coastal Consistency Review