Proposed Petition for Removal from the Hazardous Sites List
Public Comment Period: October 5 – November 3, 2023
2135 Marvin Rd. NE, Olympia, WA 98516
TAP #: PSW018
FSID #: 11334
The Washington State Pollution Liability Insurance Agency (PLIA) invites the public to comment. This is a proposal to remove Pacific Pride Marvin Rd. (“Site”) from the Department of Ecology’s Hazardous Sites List pursuant to WAC 173-340-330(10).
From approximately 1973 to 1992, the Site operated as a service station. It then operated as a cardlock gas station from 1992 to January 2014, at which point operations ceased. In 2015, above-ground infrastructure including the service station building, pump islands, and canopy was removed. Underground infrastructure was left in place at that time.
On April 16, 2018, the Site entered PLIA’s Petroleum Technical Assistance Program (TAP). Following the completion and submission of a Cleanup Action Plan to PLIA, five underground storage tanks (USTs) were removed from the site in November 2020. At this time, approximately 5,967 tons of petroleum-contaminated soil (PCS) and 6,023 tons of lead-contaminated soil were excavated and transported off-Site for disposal at a permitted facility. Soil, groundwater, and vapor sampling at the Site following these remedial actions has demonstrated that contamination at the Site has been removed to levels less than state cleanup requirements.
PLIA performed regulatory oversight of the Site under the agency’s TAP. Based on the Site review, PLIA determined that the Site meets the substantive requirements of the state clean up regulations, Chapter 173-340 WAC Model Toxics Control Act, and no longer poses a threat to human health or the environment.
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- PLIA’s office, 500 Columbia St. NW, Olympia, WA 98501 (call 800-822-3905 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment)
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