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The California Water Boards' Annual Performance Report - Fiscal Year  2015-16 

CLEAN UP: GROUNDWATER

GROUP: MILITARY SITES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAM
MEASURE: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF CASES IN ACTIVE REMEDIATION
MESSAGE:  
KEY STATISTICS FOR FY  2015-16 

 

MEASUREMENTS  - Data last updated on: 

Region Active Cases Cases in
Assessment
and Interim
Remediation
Cases
Under Site
Assessment
Cases Under
Verification
Monitoring
Cases in
Active
Remediation
Percentage
of Cases
in Active
Remediation

 

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WHAT THE MEASURE IS SHOWING

 

WHY THIS MEASURE IS IMPORTANT

 

TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS

  • Data source: GEOTRACKER. Period July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.
  • Unit of Measure: Number of cases.
  • Data Definitions: Active Cases: The number of cases overseen by Regional Boards that had an Open status as of June 30, 2016. Cases In Active Remediation: Cases with a status of Open-Remediation any time between 07/01/2015 and 06/30/2016. Cases in Assessment and Interim Remediation: Cases being assessed or monitored previous to remediation. Site Assessment: Cases currently being assessed. Verification Monitoring: Cases currently being monitored.
  • References: The Water Boards' Department of Defense Program
    Public Reports and Data

 

GLOSSARY

Military Sites - Department of Defense Program
Decades of defense activities have degraded water quality on and around federally-owned facilities. Working with other agencies, the Regional Boards are involved with remedial investigation and cleanup actions. Agreements with the Department of Defense provide for accelerated cleanups at military bases and other Defense sites scheduled for closure and reuse. Site investigation and cleanup procedures are consistent with State laws and regulations as well as applicable provisions of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) which guides the federal Superfund program.

Active Remediation
Active remediation comprises the phase(s) of work where the actual construction or implementation of activities to accomplish cleanup at a site occurs. Active remedy includes: Interim remedial cleanup actions and final remedial cleanup actions that are intended to substantially address site pollution; Monitored natural attenuation, if that was the result of a remedy-selection process (e.g. through an approved CAP/RAP). Active remedy does not include: Pilot studies for remedies that are being considered; "Monitor only" cases that have not yet gone through the remedy selection process.

( Page last updated:  10/11/16 )

 
 

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