Closure of Hazardous Surface Impoundments and Creation of an On-site Permanent Disposal Facility—A Case History

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by John M. Gabriele, Environmental Resources Management, United States,
Ronald G. Fender, Environmental Resources Management, United States,
Charles Knott, Environmental Resources Management, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Environmental Engineering

Abstract: Remington Arms Co. is currently undertaking a RCRA closure program for nine surface impoundments in Lonoke, Arkansas. The impoundments contain a variety of listed hazardous wastes from explosives production and plating processes. The closure program is designed in two phases. This project presents unique challenges for large scale RCRA cleanup. Many options were considered during the engineering evaluation. The solution chosen is consistent with regulatory requirements, controls cost, limits liability, and ensures the protection of human health and the environment (the main criteria for RCRA closure).

Subject Headings: Case studies | Water storage | Environmental issues | Hazardous materials | Explosions | Health hazards | Hazardous wastes | Arkansas

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