Mystery Spill -- Ottoville, Ohio

All POL/SITREP's for this site Mystery Spill -- Ottoville, Ohio
Ottoville, OH - EPA Region V
POLREP #4
Final
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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
POLLUTION/SITUATION REPORT
Mystery Spill -- Ottoville, Ohio - Removal Polrep
Final Removal Polrep

EPA Emergency Response

UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Region V

Subject: POLREP #4
Final
Mystery Spill -- Ottoville, Ohio
Z5J5
Ottoville, OH
Latitude: 40.9330250 Longitude: -84.3397360


To: Michael Chezik, US Department of Interior
OSLTF USCG, USCG
David Schilt, Ohio EPA
Duty Officer, NRC
Scott Shane, Ohio EPA
Mark Horwitz, USEPA
Jeff Kelley, USEPA
Freddie Thompson, USCG
Kevin Clouse, OEPA
John Tielsch, US EPA
Kaushalya Khanna, US EPA

From: Stephen Wolfe, On-Scene Coordinator
Date: 6/27/2011
Reporting Period: May 12 2010 through June 27, 2011

1. Introduction
  1.1 Background
   
Site Number: B5UK    Contract Number:  
D.O. Number:      Action Memo Date:  
Response Authority: OPA    Response Type: Emergency
Response Lead: EPA    Incident Category:
NPL Status: Non NPL    Operable Unit:
Mobilization Date: 12/21/2009    Start Date: 12/21/2009
Demob Date:      Completion Date: 6/27/2011
CERCLIS ID:    RCRIS ID:
ERNS No.:    State Notification:
FPN#: E10507    Reimbursable Account #:


1.1.1 Incident Category

Emergency Response -- Mystery Spill

1.1.2 Site Description

see POLREP 1

1.1.2.1 Location


The AOC is located in an alleyway located directly south of 161 West Canal Street, Ottoville, Ohio.

1.1.2.2 Description of Threat

See POLREP 1 

1.1.3 Preliminary Removal Assessment/Removal Site Inspection Results

Inspections indicated that gasoline product was migrating into the storm sewer and that replacement of the old clay storm sewer would remove the threat of oil migrating to the River as well as stopping the odors from migrating into the nearby businesses.   All the affected storm sewer was replaced under a PRFA with the Village of Ottoville.

During the replacement of the storm sewer, evidence was found that gasoline was migrating to the storm sewer from the gasoline station.  The gasoline station hired a contractor to investigate into the source of the spill.
 

2. Current Activities
  2.1 Operations Section
    2. Current Activities
2.1 Operations Section
2.1.1 Narrative

BJAAM installed additional monitoring wells and continues to recover free product from the wells established during the site investigation.  No indoor odors have been reported by any of the nearby business owners.

2.1.2 Response Actions to Date

BUSTR continues to enforce ongoing activites at the site.  The RP (through their contractors) continues to investigate into the source of the gasoline product and remove the free product from the wells on the gas station property.


2.1.4 Progress Metrics

Waste Stream Medium Quantity Manifest # Treatment Disposal
           
           
           



  2.2 Planning Section
   

2.2.1 Anticipated Activities

No further involvement form US EPA will be conducted at this site.

BUSTR will contiue to enforce actions at the site



2.2.1.1 Planned Response Activities

None.

2.2.1.2 Next Steps

 None. 

2.2.2 Issues

None



  2.3 Logistics Section
    No information available at this time.

  2.4 Finance Section
    No information available at this time.

  2.5 Other Command Staff
    No information available at this time.

3. Participating Entities
  3.1 Unified Command


3.2 Cooperating Agencies
US EPA
US Coast Guard
Ohio EPA
The Village of Ottoville
BUSTR

4. Personnel On Site
  No information available at this time.

5. Definition of Terms
  No information available at this time.

6. Additional sources of information
  No information available at this time.

7. Situational Reference Materials
  No information available at this time.