Regulatory and Environmental Issues of the Chisman Creek Superfund Siteby Robert J. Williams, Virginia Power, Glen Allen, VA, USA,
Dennis W. Okorn, Virginia Power, Glen Allen, VA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Disposal and Utilization of Electric Utility Wastes
Abstract: This paper discusses the regulatory and environmental issues arising from the response to the Record of Decision (ROD) for the Chisman Creek Superfund Site in York County, Virginia. Field investigations to determine the hydrogeologic and geologic site characteristics are described. A two-dimensional numerical ground-water flow model was used to evaluate solute migration and leachate generation. A treatability study evaluated treatment processes and the toxicity of treatment process sludges. An Operating Plan, a Post-Closure Plan, a Ground- and Surface-Water Monitoring Plan, and a Community Relations Plan were developed for the site.
Subject Headings: Waste sites | Environmental issues | Rivers and streams | Site investigation | Numerical models | Field tests | Two-dimensional models | Two-dimensional flow | Hydrogeology | North America | Virginia | United States
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