Laundry Facility Source Water Protection Site Assessment – City of Dayton – Dayton, Ohio

STONE conducted a site visit to perform a source water protection assessment for the business, which is located within the City of Dayton’s Source Water Protection Area (SWPA). The facility conducts cleaning operations, has a fleet garage, and warehoused cleaning products. The site was undergoing in-situ bioremediation related to a previous release. The assessment focused on potential sources of contamination to groundwater. Evaluation focused on underground storage tanks, 77 Class V wells that had been installed for groundwater remediation, onsite wastewater treatment operations, Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) storage, potential dry wells, and diesel storage.

Project challenges included identifying structures such as potential dry wells in the absence of facility drawings, and the presence of a very large remediation wellfield related to legacy contamination. STONE provided step by step instructions to remedy potential sources of groundwater contamination, and informed the facility of available funding from the City of Dayton to remedy potential sources of groundwater contamination.

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