Bay Protection and Toxic Cleanup Program - (BPTCP)
1999 CONSOLIDATED TOXIC HOT SPOTS CLEANUP PLAN
The Consolidated Cleanup Plan is a compilation of the information
provided by the RWQCBs in their Regional Toxic Hot Spots Cleanup Plans. The
Consolidated Cleanup Plan is divided into two volumes. Volume I contains
the consolidated list of known toxic hot spots, direction
to the RWQCBs on implementation of the plan, delisting
procedures, waste discharge requirement guidance, strategies
to prevent toxic hot spots and findings on the funding
needs. Volume II contains
each of the Regional Toxic Hot Spots Cleanup Plans.
The Consolidated Cleanup Plan lists 48 toxic hot spots proposed by the seven coastal RWQCBs. Twenty-two toxic hot spots were ranked as high priority and each RWQCB identified different alternatives to address the problems at each site.
A draft Functional Equivalent Document (FED) for the proposed Consolidated Cleanup Plan was released in April 1999. The originally proposed Consolidated Plan was presented in Appendix A and Appendix B of the draft FED.
On June 3, 1999, the SWRCB held a public hearing seeking comments regarding the proposed Consolidated Cleanup Plan.
A final Functional Equivalent Document (FED) for the proposed Consolidated Cleanup Plan was developed subsequent to the close of the hearing record. The revised proposed Consolidated Plan was presented in Appendix A and Appendix B of the final FED.
The SWRCB adopted the Consolidated Cleanup Plan and approved the Final FED on June 17, 1999
Note: Portions of the 1999 Consolidated Cleanup Plan and Final FED were revised in 2004. The complete Amended Consolidated Hotspots Cleanup Plan is available, along with background information on the main Bay Protection and Toxic Cleanup Program web page.