Hazardous Waste Cleanup: Clean Harbors Environmental Service in Prince George, Virginia
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- Cleanup Status
- Site Description
- Contaminants at this Facility
- Institutional/Engineer Controls
- Land Reuse
- Site Responsibility
The facility began operation as Belpar Environmental in the 1980’s, and was acquired by Chemical Waste Management (CWM) of Oak Brook, Illinois. CWM operations at the site included lab packaging, underground storage tank removal and installation services, processing, storage, and transportation of waste, and acceptance of waste oil, which was subsequently shipped off-site for treatment and/or disposal.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) reviewed all available Facility data and determined that there were no unaddressed releases of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents from the Facility. The decision represents "Corrective Action Complete without Controls". A proposed Final Decision including a Statement of Basis (SB) was public noticed on July 3, 2015, which proposed Corrective Action Complete without Controls. No comments were received and a Final Decision and Response to Comments (FDRTC) regarding the Facility was issued on August 10, 2015. The DEQ determined that its decision for the Facility is protective of human health and the environment and that no further corrective action or controls are necessary at this time.
Interactive Map of Clean Harbors Environmental Service, Prince George, VAView larger map
Clean Harbors began leasing the property in September 1994, when it purchased the operations from CWM. The 3.61-acre property was leased from A.A. Forbes of Prince George, Virginia. During Clean Harbor’s operation, the site has been used as a hazardous and non-hazardous waste storage and treatment facility. Clean Harbors subsequently withdrew the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Part B Application on August 27, 2001, after undergoing RCRA closure of the tank farm, and operated as a wastewater treatment facility regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA) until 2004. The site was later used as a service center for oil and hazardous material spill response activities and scheduled environmental services. Clean Harbors vacated the site in November 2010.
Based on available information there are no known contaminants of concerns or risk.
Institutional Controls were not required at the site.
This facility is currently unused.
RCRA Corrective Action activities at this facility are being conducted under the direction of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality with assistance from the EPA Region 3.