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ST. JULIENS CREEK ANNEX, CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA
Secretary of Defense Environmental Award Fiscal Year 2016: Environmental Restoration - Installation, 7 pp, 2017

St. Juliens Creek Annex (SJCA) began operations as a naval facility in 1849. Of 59 potentially contaminated areas identified since the SJCA was listed on the NPL in 2000, 56 of the areas have been determined to require no further action. Only three installation restoration sites are currently active in the restoration program. The award recognizes the SJCA for its accelerated environmental cleanup accomplishments and positive community relationships. This fact sheet describes the facility's remedial action optimization efforts (including vapor intrusion monitoring) and implementation of innovative technologies, such as enhanced reductive dechlorination of chlorinated VOC constituents via emulsified vegetable oil injections and real-time high-resolution characterization tools. http://greenfleet.dodlive.mil/files/2017/03/2_Nomination-Narrative_SJCA_FY16_v.02.pdf



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