Leaaf completed a Site Investigation for this former dry-cleaning facility. The property began operating as a dry-cleaning facility between 1950 and 1963 and operated until between 2008 and 2013. The northern portion of the property, which operated as the dry-cleaning facility is currently vacant and used for storage. The center portion of the property is developed and the building is currently vacant; while the southern portion of the property is currently undeveloped. Leaaf obtained access agreements and prepared Site Investigation Work Plans, Sampling and Analysis Plans (SAPs), Quality Assurance / Quality Control (QA/QC) Plans, and Health and Safety Plans (HASPs) to determine the extent of impacts from historical operations at the site.
Site investigations have included soil and groundwater sampling, slug testing for aquifer characterization, indoor and ambient air sampling, and sub-slab vapor investigations. Leaaf has prepared Site Investigation and Risk Evaluation/Corrective Action Program (RECAP) Evaluation Reports under Management Option (MO)-1 evaluating the soil, groundwater, and vapor impacts of chlorinated solvents at the site, including enclosed space evaluations of soil and groundwater results, and direct evaluation of air and vapor data in accordance with RECAP.