ENB - REGION 8 NOTICES
|Completed Applications||Consolidated SPDES Renewals|
|Notice of Public Comment Period|
NOTICE OF PROPOSED REMEDIES TO ADDRESS SITE CONTAMINATION
EPA No. NYD980592497
NYSDEC Permit Application No.: 8-2614-00205/00104-0
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) has reviewed the Corrective Measures Study for XIA-218 and the Presumptive Remedy Report for MIA-351 submitted by:
Eastman Kodak Company
Kodak Park Health Safety and Environment Services
Kodak Environmental Remediation
Rochester, New York 14652-6259
and has made a tentative selection of final remedies to address site contamination at two areas in Kodak Park designated XIA-218 and MIA-351. The Statement of Basis for each tentatively selected remedy is available for public review and comment until September 12, 2001.
XIA-218 - This investigation area is located in northeastern Kodak Park Section X (KPX). KPX is bounded to the east by the Kodak Park Section called KPW, to the west by Mount Read Boulevard, to the north by Ridge Road, and to the south by Ramona Park and Wheatland Street. XIA-218 includes the Building 218 (B-218) hazardous waste incinerator; several related storage areas for solid and liquid hazardous wastes; and Building 206 (B-206). Since 1989, Kodak has conducted many hydrogeologic investigations in this area, and has also implemented several interim corrective measures to control and recover contaminated groundwater. Kodak has completed a corrective measures study evaluating remedial alternatives for groundwater and soil at the site. The Department has tentatively selected the remedy for XIA-218 described below:
MIA-351 - This investigation area covers approximately 9 acres and is located in the north central part of Kodak Park Section M (KPM). KPM is bounded by Mount Read Boulevard to the east, Interstate 390 to the west, the Koda Vista neighborhood to the north, and approximately Ridgeway Avenue to the south. MIA-351 contains the Building 351/Building 352 (B-351/352) polyester recovery operation, that includes storage facilities for solid and liquid hazardous wastes and a distillation complex. Since 1989, Kodak has conducted many hydrogeologic investigations in this area, and has also implemented several interim corrective measures to control and recover contaminated groundwater. Kodak prepared a presumptive remedy report evaluating remedial alternatives for groundwater and soil at the site. The Department has tentatively selected the remedy for MIA-351 described below:
These actions constitute the proposed final corrective action remedy for these investigation areas.
Pursuant to Part 617 of the New York State regulations for Article 8 [the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR)], NYSDEC has determined that the proposed action, described above, is an unlisted action and will not have a significant effect on the environment. A Negative Declaration is on file for this action.
Copies of each Statement of Basis and selected supporting documents (Presumptive Remedy Report for MIA-351 and the RFI Report and Corrective Measures Selection Report for XIA-218) are available for inspection at the:
|New York State
Dept. of Environmental Conservation
6274 East Avon Lima Road
Avon, New York 14414
Contact Person: Peter Lent
Telephone: (716) 226-5390
|New York State
Dept. of Environmental Conservation
Bur.of Radiation & Hazardous Site Mgmt.
625 Broadway - 8th Fl.
Albany, New York 12233-7252
Contact Person: Larry Thomas
Telephone: (518) 402-8594
|Kodak Park Neighborhood Info. Center
200 West Ridge Road
Rochester, New York 14652-3211
Contact Person: Cindy Ames
Telephone: (716) 722-1707
A copy of the Statement of Basis, which summarizes the remedy selection process for each investigation area, may be obtained by contacting the aforementioned Department staff located in Albany and Avon.
HOW TO PROVIDE YOUR COMMENTS
All comments will be considered in making the final decision concerning selection of the remedy. A response to any comments submitted will be issued which will identify any changes to the proposed remedy and will describe and respond to the issues raised. A notice of the decision will be sent to each person who submits written comments or who requests such notice. Comments about this action must be sent to the above-listed contact person at the NYSDEC Region 8 Office. In lieu of or in addition to the submission of comments as provided above, any interested persons may request a public hearing.
All comments and/or requests for a public hearing must be submitted in writing no later than September 12, 2001.
|Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS|
Wayne County - The Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority, as lead agency, has accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed Red Creek Area Regional Wastewater Facilities Project. The action involves construction of a 500,000 gallon per day regional wastewater treatment facility in the Town of Wolcott north of the Village of Red Creek.
Contact: Martin J. Aman, Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority, 3377 Daansen Road, Walworth, New York 13468, phone: (315) 986-1929.