Abandoned Gas Station Grant Cleanup – Union County Land Reutilization Corporation – Marysville, Ohio

The site consisted of an inactive, former Clark Gas Station including three, 7,500-gallon gasoline underground storage tanks (USTs), former pump islands, and overhead canopy. A gas station was in operation at the site since at least 1929.


STONE provided numerous services, including:


  • Conducted an Asbestos Survey of the structure for potential asbestos-containing materials (ACM).
  • Completed an Ohio Voluntary Action Program (VAP) Phase I Property Assessment (PA) and Limited Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) which included sampling of soils and groundwater.
  • Coordinated and contracted with a UST removal contractor for the closure and remediation activities.
  • Completed a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) survey to determine UST locations.
  • Completed the UST closure and Interim Remedial Action (IRA) Tier I assessment per the Ohio Bureau of UST Regulations (BUSTR) requirements.
  • Oversaw the removal of USTs and associated piping, pump islands, and overhead canopy.
  • Oversaw the removal and recycling of 1,326 tons of petroleum contaminated soil (PCS) and 16,450 gallons of petroleum contaminated water (PCW).
  • Aided the client in obtaining financial assistance from the Ohio Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Grant fund, including management of invoices.
  • Provided coordination between the owners, state regulators (BUSTR), and subcontractors (removal contractor, laboratory, disposal/recycling facilities).

“STONE performed the ecological survey, environmental sites assessment, wetland delineation, waterway permit for 20 culverts throughout Monroe and Washington Counties. They also prepared the environmental document. We got praises from Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Office of Environmental Services (OES) about their performance. They were a pleasure to work with and were always very responsive.”