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Beede Waste Oil Site Photos

  Deep Soil Sampling, Summer 2008 (PDF, 1 p., 470 KB)
Deep Soil Sampling, Summer 2008
Groundwater Pump Test, Summer 2008 (PDF, 1 p. , 1.37 MB)
Groundwater Pump Test, Summer 2008
 


A recent aerial view of the Beede site shows the vacuum enhanced extraction system, former operating building, covered soil piles and stained soil.


A portion of the vacuum enhanced extraction conveyance system and wells removing floating oil adjacent to some homes.

A portion of the 143 vacuum enhanced extraction wells which remove floating oil from the groundwater table that is pumped through the conveyance system pipes.
 
This is a cross section of a portion of the vacuum enhanced extraction conveyance system and wells.

A view of one of the soil piles. The Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site has 17 piles of petroleum-contaminated soil totaling about 20,000 cubic yards.
 

The following photos are not clickable.

View of tanks on site prior to EPA removal action.
View of tanks on site prior to the EPA Removal Action.

View of contents of a 50,000 gallon tank.
Contents of a 50,000 gallon tank on site.
View of Granular Activated Carbon Units.
Granular Activated Carbon Units on site prior to the EPA Removal Action.
  View of on site drilling.
On site drilling for the Non-Time Critical Removal Action.
View of a passive oil-recovery trench.
Passive oil-recovery trench installed for the Non-Time Critical Removal Action.
 

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