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15th Quarterly Progress Report, November 1, 2002 - January 31, 2003

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This 15th quarterly progress report for Camp Stanley Storage Activity (CSSA), Texas, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Identification Number TX2210020739, is submitted in accordance with the Administrative Order on Consent (Order) issued to CSSA on May 5, 1999, pursuant to 3008(h) of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), as amended by Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), and further amended by the Hazardous and Solid Waste Act (HSWA) of 1984, 42 U.S.C. 6928(h). This report addresses the project progress from November 1, 2002, through January 31, 2003 (Quarter 15). Subsequent progress reports will continue to be submitted on a quarterly basis. 

This report details work completed on tasks associated with the four project phases outlined in the Order. Phase names and task names listed below are taken directly from the Order. Information requested in the Order for each active task is provided in this report. If the task is not yet active, that is also noted. 

Interim Measures

Task I:

Interim/Stabilization Measures Work Plan (WP)

Task II:

Interim/Stabilization Measures Implementation

Task III:


RCRA Facility Investigation

Task I:

Preliminary Report: Description of Current Conditions (DCC)

Task II:

RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) WP

Task III:

Facility Investigation

Task IV:

Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment

Task V:

Investigation Analysis

Task VI:

Treatability Studies

Task VII:

Progress Reports

Corrective Measures Study

Task VIII:

Identification and Development of Corrective Action Alternatives

Task IX:

Evaluation of Corrective Measures Alternatives

Task X:


Corrective Measures Implementation

Task XI:

Corrective Measure Implementation (CMI) Program Plan

Task XII:

Corrective Measure Design

Task XIII:

Corrective Measure Construction

Task XIV:


Details of the evaluation of the percent complete by task are included as Table 1. An updated project team chart along with telephone numbers and addresses are included as Table 2. The project financial information summary and the percentage of funds expended, which is required every third progress report, is included in Attachment 1.


A master schedule detailing all required environmental activities specified in the Order, along with project activities under contract, was included in the Quarter 2 Progress Report. In addition, a schedule to track outstanding project activities and deliverables under each of the eight active DOs during Quarter 9 was previously submitted to CSSA for review and comment. An updated schedule was prepared during Quarter 15 for submittal to CSSA for review in Quarter 16.

Project Tasks and Costs Incurred to Date

Work at CSSA is currently being conducted under 13 projects. The tasks included in each project and the percent complete are included in Table 1. Previously completed projects include DO23 and RL33. As of December 31, 2002, AETC project DO5068 is 100 percent complete, and is reflected as such in the project completion and financial statistics. As required by item VI.5.h of the order, a statement reflecting the percentage of work accomplished thus far within the fiscal year, and the percentage of funds expended to date, was reported in the progress report for Quarter 3 and every third progress report thereafter. Attachment 1 to this Quarter 15 Progress Report includes the required statement. The next fiscal update will be presented in the Quarter 18 Progress Report. 

Project Contacts

Contact information for key personnel involved with the CSSA projects is included in Table 2.


Meeting minutes are included in the Environmental Encyclopedia, Volume 1-1 behind the Meetings tab. A list of project meetings and available minutes conducted are located in that Volume.

Parsons met with CSSA representatives on November 13, 2002, to discuss AFCEE and CSSA comments on the draft Drought Contingency Plan and to resolve those comments in a timely manner. CSSA is a water supplier with less than 100 connections and is not required by law to prepare this Drought Contingency Plan and provide it for public review. The plan was prepared as part of the drought conservation efforts undertaken at the installation, and is voluntary in nature and implementation. The plan was finalized in January 2003, and submitted to CSSA on January 15, 2003. This plan will be incorporated into the next update of the Environmental Encyclopedia.


Attachment 1   Project Financial Information Summary (pdf)

Attachment 2   Summary of Status of Each SWMU/AOC Site (pdf)

Attachment 3   Figures

Figure 3.1   December 2002 Off-Post Well Sampling Locations (pdf)
Figure 3.2   December 2002 On-Post Well Sampling Locations