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Overview of stacked drums and burned down building<br />Date Taken: 6/2/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
The rubble and rusted drums in the middle of the photo are within the footprint of the building that burned to the ground.<br />Date Taken: 6/2/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
The Taylor Township Municipal Office building is at right center (brown roof). Most drums on site are double stacked.<br />Date Taken: 6/2/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Aerial view of the site.<br />Date Taken: 6/2/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Pile of debris south of Building 9 presumably from the torn down building where Rare Earth operations occurred.<br />Date Taken: 11/29/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Slag rocks unearthed on the southern end of the property at the toe of a layer of fill that extends from Building 9 south.  Radiological readings from the chunks of slag at approximately 350 microR/hr.<br />Date Taken: 11/29/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Condition of another drum where layers of steel are ready to flake off near the bottom of the drum.<br />Date Taken: 11/29/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Condition of a drum where the side has completely rusted out and spilled material on the ground.<br />Date Taken: 11/29/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
The pile of burnt debris and drums from north end of pile with elevated readings (100 - 150 microR/hr).  Tarps in good condition.<br />Date Taken: 11/29/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
OSC and ERT returning from the west side of the DeOx Sulphur Building where a spot was located that gave a reading of 30 microR/hr.<br />Date Taken: 11/29/2006<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Two drums of magnesium turnings lay on the ground, open, and partially covered in snow.<br />Date Taken: 1/18/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Charred drums of magnesium cuttings and fines.<br />Date Taken: 1/18/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
EPA and PADEP inspect an area of dumped fines that spontaneously caught fire at night on 01/17/2007.<br />Date Taken: 1/18/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
On the morning of 8/27/07 a fire (and possible minor explosion) erupted in the August 6, 2005 fire debris pile. Security noticed the incident on the Site security camera at 0820 hours. The guard immediately notified START (on site) than called 911, the ERRS response manager (off site) and START lead at the Wheeling office. David Allegro, the Taylor Township Fire Chief, also noticed the start of the incident from his business in West Pittsburg.  START was on-scene immediately to assess and photo document the event. The West Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department responded. Picture 1147 shows the fire 1-2 minutes into the event. The Panella building (green roof) and part of the West Penn (Reliant Energy) power plant are in the background.<br />Date Taken: 8/21/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Picture 1148 was taken at the same location as 1147 only zoomed in. This picture indicates that the fire is actually in two nearby but separate locations.<br />Date Taken: 8/21/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Picture 1150 shows the fire area 5-6 minutes into the event after the fire died down.<br />Date Taken: 8/21/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
A fireman is checking the fire area with a thermal imager device. The roof area of one of the Taylor Township municipal buildings is show in the background.<br />Date Taken: 8/21/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Material Reacting when removed from burn pile and exposed to the elements (rain)<br />Date Taken: 11/13/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Material Reacting when removed from burn pile and exposed to the elements (rain)<br />Date Taken: 11/13/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
START using thermal imager to check temperature in reaction pit.<br />Date Taken: 11/13/2007<br />Category: <br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags: