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Orion Park Housing Area VOC Plume Assessment

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Presentation by the Army Environmental Command to the Moffett Field Restoration Advisory Board, November 20, 2014: Orion Park Housing Area Volatile Organic Compound Plume Assessment. Speaker: Matt Dayoc

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Orion Park Housing Area VOC Plume Assessment

  1. 1. Army Environmental Command Moffett Field Restoration Advisory Board Orion Park Housing Area November 20, 2014 Matt Dayoc / clayton.m.dayoc.civ@mail.mil / 210-466-1892 1 of 5 20 November 2014
  2. 2. Previous Investigations Investigation Title Year Investigator Report Conclusions Soil and Groundwater Investigation 1999 NASA VOCs detected in groundwater beneath downgradient boundary Groundwater Investigation 2000 Navy VOCs detected in groundwater beneath upgradient and downgradient boundaries Site Characterization 2002 Navy No on-site sources identified Off-Site Investigation 2003 Army Detected VOCs in groundwater from upgradient monitoring points Off-Site Investigation 2005 EPA Detected VOCs in upgradient off-site monitoring points Groundwater Investigation/Monitoring Well Installation 2005 Navy Groundwater hot spots identified beneath OPHA, but no on-site sources identified Septic Tank and Drain Field Investigation 2009 Army Septic tank and drain field not a source Supplemental Site Investigation 2012 Army Groundwater hot spots identified beneath OPHA, but no on-site sources identified Off-Site Investigations 2013- Matt Dayoc / clayton.m.dayoc.civ@mail.mil / 210-466-1892 2 of 5 20 November 2014 2014 EPA Upgradient hot spots similar to those under OPHA identified, sources unclear
  3. 3. Supplemental Site Investigation • Overview: • Voluntary investigation by Army • Work Plan approved by agencies • Purpose - Investigate locations of concern (LOCs) previously identified with input from EPA and Water Board • Approach: • Verified previous groundwater data (flow direction/VOC concentrations) • Investigated LOCs • 35 borings collected from the areas requested by regulators using cone penetrometer test with membrane interface probe • 9 direct push technology borings (11 GW samples, 1 soil sample) Matt Dayoc / clayton.m.dayoc.civ@mail.mil / 210-466-1892 3 of 5 20 November 2014
  4. 4. Supplemental Site Investigation • Conclusions – No on-site sources – TCE plume underflows OPHA from southern boundary • Due Diligence – The Army requested Oak Ridge National Laboratories to conduct an evaluation of data collected by both DoD and EPA. – Purpose: • Perform an independent third-party review of the conclusions reached from the multiple historical assessments at and around OPHA • Conduct, if necessary, further evaluation of existing data to verify those conclusions Matt Dayoc / clayton.m.dayoc.civ@mail.mil / 210-466-1892 4 of 5 20 November 2014
  5. 5. Assessment of Plumes Beneath OPHA Site David Watson Jennifer Earles, Abigail Maloof, Robert Bock, Anthony Armstrong & Patti Reno Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL is managed by UT-Battelle for the US Department of Energy for US Army Environmental Command
  6. 6. Objective • Conduct holistic assessment of plumes migrating beneath OPHA property: – Environmental setting – Plume composition and extents – Transport pathways – Potential source areas 6 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting
  7. 7. Data sources • Multiple consultants reports reviewed – Supplemental Site Investigation Report, 2012; Groundwater Monitoring Well Installation And Sampling Report For Orion Park Housing Area, 2007 and other historical OPHA site investigations – MEW and other site reports • RWQCB online site database • RAB documents • Electronic data provided by EPA • No new field studies 7 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting
  8. 8. Approach & Methods • Well data used to conduct fingerprint analysis – Dot size represents total conc. during sampling event – Pie shows % TCE and cis-12-DCE – Concentration/signatures used to identify sources and pathways • Transport pathways assessed – Groundwater from storm drain releases at Leong Dr. site up gradient of OPHA – Sanitary sewer flowing past OPHA on east side – Storm drain discharges to creek and infiltration to groundwater on west side of OPHA • Variability assessment (variability creates “hot spots”) – Vertically and horizontally (stratigraphy and contaminants) 8 OPHA – Assessment Over - time 11/20/14 RAB (time Meeting series plots) Linear scale Log scale with adjustments used to show whole range
  9. 9. Multiple regional plumes and source areas 9 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Groundwater flow direction
  10. 10. Potential Local Sources TCE concentrations A2/B1 zones (45-65 Ft Bgs) 10 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Groundwater flow direction Groundwater flow direction Leong Dr. Site
  11. 11. VOC distribution in wells (all zones) Linear scaling showing major regional sources Groundwater flow direction Leong Dr. Site MEW 11 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Sites Major sources with DNAPL likely present OPHA N
  12. 12. VOC distribution in wells (all zones) Patterns in VOC distribution provide indication of sources Groundwater flow direction Leong Dr. Site MEW N 12 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting A C B A) DCE & TCE mixed plume from storm drain leak at Leong Dr. B) TCE plume from sanitary sewer C) DCE & TCE mixed plume from Stevens Creek and A & B contributions Log scale - TCE along drains from MEW sites - Significant degradation to cis-12-DCE in Leong Dr. subsurface
  13. 13. VOC distribution in A1 wells (<29’) Shallow zones much greater percent cis-12-DCE 13 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting A C B A) DCE & TCE mixed plume from storm drain leak at Leong Dr. B) TCE plume from sanitary sewer C) DCE & TCE mixed plume from Stevens Creek and A & B contributions Log scale Groundwater flow direction Leong Dr. Site MEW N
  14. 14. VOC distribution in A2 wells (29-50’) Increasing amounts of TCE Log scale A) DCE & TCE Groundwater flow direction 14 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting A C B mixed plume from storm drain leak at Leong Dr. B) TCE plume from sanitary sewer C) DCE & TCE mixed plume from Stevens Creek and A & B contributions Leong Dr. Site MEW
  15. 15. VOC distribution in B1 wells (50-70’) TCE more dominant Log scale Groundwater flow direction 15 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Limited information on extent at greater depths but TCE is dominant Leong Dr. Site MEW N
  16. 16. Subsurface drainage system Sanitary sewer connection to OPHA Leong Dr. Site 16 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting MEW
  17. 17. Leong Dr. Site 17 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Sanitary Sewer system Flow from MEW is past OPHA site not across Stevens Creek OPHA Primary flow Direction From MEW Overflow only Adapted from EPA 8/11/2104 presentation at MEW/Moffett Field Community Advisory Board Meeting
  18. 18. “Source 2” cluster from Cl isotope analysis related to sanitary sewer TCE plume? Cluster 2 MCH-5UA 87B1 Cluster 2 MCH-5UA 87B1 18 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting OPHA N
  19. 19. Storm Drain contaminant discharge to Stevens Creek Storm Drain OPHA Site Stevens Creek 19 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting OPHA Stevens Creek Stevens Creek Sanitary Sewer Groundwater flow direction N
  20. 20. Storm Drain contaminant discharge to Stevens Creek • Chemical release from storm sewer in 1978 extended 0.5 miles downstream resulted in fish kills • No flow in the Stevens Creek at the time • Infiltration from the Creek is a likely source of GW contamination at OPHA site from this and other spills Log scale 20 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Periods of no flow Reach of Creek Impacted during spill Groundwater flow direction Leong Dr. Site MEW N
  21. 21. Stratigraphic control of plume distribution Upper A zone Lower A top zone Lower A bottom zone 21 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Distribution of coarse sand and gravel controls VOC distribution
  22. 22. Stratigraphic control of plume distribution Upper A zone Lower A top zone Lower A bottom zone 22 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Distribution of coarse sand and gravel controls VOC distribution Stratigraphy and plume signatures correlate
  23. 23. OPHA Stratigraphy Complex flowpaths and variability Groundwater flow direction
  24. 24. Variable OPHA Stratigraphy Complex flowpaths clay sand silts gravel
  25. 25. Variable OPHA Stratigraphy Complex flowpaths clay sand gravel silts
  26. 26. Leong Dr. variable VOCs & Stratigraphy Groundwater flow direction
  27. 27. Leong Dr. TCE & Stratigraphy X-section parallel to drains/perpendicular to flow 5-100 ppb 100-1000 1000-10000 >10000 Adapted from: >5 - Variable VOC concentrations laterally and with depth - Vertical extent not defined
  28. 28. Leong Dr. TCE & Stratigraphy Parallel to GW flow direction Adapted from: >5 Storm drain & Sanitary sewer Flow direction - Variable VOC concentrations laterally and with depth - Vertical extent not defined
  29. 29. Spatial variability in VOC concentrations is expected in fluvial environments N 29 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting A A’ B’ B Groundwater flow direction
  30. 30. Variability in Total VOC concentrations Section A-A’ All zones Groundwater flow direction A’ A’ Groundwater flow direction A A 30 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting OPHA Site OPHA Site Leong Rd Site Leong Rd Site Linear scale Log scale Groundwater flow direction
  31. 31. Variability in total VOC concentrations Section A-A’ A A’ A 31 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Leong Rd Site OPHA Site OPHA Site Leong Rd Site A1 Zone A2/B1 Zone A’ Groundwater flow direction Groundwater flow direction Groundwater flow direction
  32. 32. Variability in Total VOC concentrations Section B-B’ All zones Groundwater flow direction B Groundwater flow direction B’ B B’ OPHA Site 32 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting OPHA Site NASA Creek Creek Linear scale Log scale NASA Groundwater flow direction
  33. 33. Variability in total VOC concentrations Section B-B’ Groundwater flow direction B Groundwater B’ B B’ flow direction NASA OPHA Site OPHA Site 33 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Creek Creek NASA A1 Zone A2/B1 Zone Groundwater flow direction
  34. 34. VOC concentrations vary over time Total VOCs (ppb) 34 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Groundwater flow direction
  35. 35. VOC concentrations over time (A1 Zone) Individual VOCs (ppb) TCE cis-1,2-DCE 35 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Dechlorination pathway More degradation at shallow depths Note: Inverse relationship between cis-1,2-DCE and VC for upgradient well W89-6 Vinyl chloride trans-1,2-DCE 1,1-DCE
  36. 36. VOC concentrations over time (A2 Zone) Individual VOCs (ppb) TCE 36 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Dechlorination pathway Secondary Y axis, is for MCH-2LA Less degradation at depth cis-1,2-DCE Vinyl chloride trans-1,2-DCE 1,1-DCE
  37. 37. OPHA soil sampling data Only low levels detected onsite - not indicative of a source 37 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting Farm Septic Tank SOILS Total VOCs (ug/kg) Paint locker Groundwater flow direction
  38. 38. Conclusions • Plumes are a mixture of TCE and cis-1,2-DCE – Misinterpretation could result if only consider TCE • Onsite plume distribution and variability (“hot spots”) related to stratigraphic and spatial heterogeneity (preferred pathways) and variable release history from source areas that are offsite • There is very little to no evidence that the plumes beneath the OPHA site are the result of onsite contaminant releases 38 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting
  39. 39. Conclusions • Three potential sources/pathways for major quantities of VOCs (TCE & cis-1,2-DCE) to migrate on to OPHA site were identified – Groundwater transport from storm drain releases at Leong Dr. site up gradient of OPHA (shallow cis-1,2-DCE signature with greater fraction TCE deeper) – VOC leaks from the sanitary sewer flowing past OPHA on east side (TCE dominant) – Storm drain discharges to Stevens creek and subsequent infiltration to groundwater on the west side of OPHA (shallow cis-1,2-DCE signature with greater fraction TCE deeper) 39 OPHA Assessment - 11/20/14 RAB Meeting

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