U.S. EPA Contaminated Site Cleanup Information (CLU-IN)


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. EPA Technology Innovation and Field Services Division

Fractured Bedrock Project Profiles

Last Updated: December 15, 2004

Point of Contact:
Tom Andrews
51 Everett Drive
Suite A-10
West Windsor NJ 08550 
Tel: 609-275-8500 
Fax: 609-275-9608
Email: Thomas.Andrews@
ISOTEC-online.com

Former Manufacturing Facility
Northern Area, NJ


Hydrogeology:

Fractured bedrock formation
~20,000 sq. ft in Zone A (22'-26')
and bedrock (38'-67')

Targeted Environmental Media:
  • - Fractured Bedrock

Contaminants:

Plume resides within the shallow and intermediate zones.

Major Contaminants and Maximum Concentrations:
  • - Tetrachloroethene (203 µg/L)
  • - Trichloroethene (0 µg/L)
  • - 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (1 µg/L)

Site Characterization Technologies:

No technologies selected.


Remedial Technologies:

  • - Chemical Oxidation (In Situ)
Comments:
In-Situ Oxidative Tecnologies, Inc. implemented a field study: reduced VOCs by 27 - 74% in Zone A and 44 - 58% in bedrock.
Remediation Goals:

None provided


Status:

Request to conduct a full-scale treatment program utilizing ISOTEC. As of April 2004, the decision is still pending.

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For more information on Fractured Bedrock, please contact:

Ed Gilbert
Technology Assessment Branch

PH: (703) 603-8883 | Email: gilbert.edward@epa.gov