CCR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT GROUNDWATER MONITORING

Some substances found naturally in rocks or soils (such as iron, manganese, arsenic, chlorides, fluorides, sulfates, or radionuclides) can become dissolved in groundwater through naturally occurring weathering processes. The term weathering refers to natural processes that break down rocks and soils within the environment.

Once dissolved, these substances are transported to groundwater and may later be found in high concentrations in the groundwater. While some of these substances are also associated with industrial processes, naturally occurring background conditions should be considered when assessing groundwater data.

2017 Annual Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action Report

2018 Annual Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action Report

Establishment of Assessment Monitoring

Groundwater Protection Standards

Alternate Source Demonstration Report

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