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Private
158779
2755 W. Ruthrauff Road Tucson, AZ 85705
.69
103-07-015B
32.2940069 / -111.026367
7
Woo, Wallace
Woo.Wallace@epamail.epa.gov
415.972.3270


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Property Location



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Property Progress


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CAs Associated with this Property

CA NameCA #StateTypeAnnouncement Year
Pima CountyBF96945001AZAssessment2008


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Assessment Activities at this Property

ActivityEPA FundingStart DateCompletion DateCAAccomplishment Counted?Counted When?
Phase I Environmental Assessment$6,800.0004/24/201205/11/2012Pima CountyYFY13
Phase II Environmental Assessment$1,400.0005/16/201206/26/2012Pima CountyN


Is Cleanup Necessary? Yes
EPA Assessment Funding: $8,200.00
Leveraged Funding:
Total Funding: $8,200.00


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Contaminants and Media


Asbestos
NOT Cleaned up
Unknown

Cleanup Activities

There are no current cleanup activities.


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Total ACRES Cleaned Up: .69
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Institutional and Engineering Controls

No
No
No
No


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Redevelopment and Other Leveraged Accomplishments

There are no current redevelopment activities.


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Additional Property Attributes

One REC Identified: Directly east of the southern portion of the structure there are areas where the pavement is visibly stained with paint. In addition, there are several substantial cracks in the pavement where the paint stains are visible. Allwyn Environmental recommends that samples be collected from the soil underneath the cracked pavement in the area where the paint stains were observed. These samples should be analyzed for semi- volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to identify potential impacts, if any, to soil and/or groundwater on the subject property. Asbestos was present in the following locations: � Sample OH-1, collected from the Floor System of Production Room 2, revealed a of off-white floor tile that contains 5-10 Chrysotile Asbestos. The Floor System of Production Room 2 covers an estimated 930 square feet. � Sample OH-21, collected from the Floor System of Production Room 6, revealed a of tan sheet flooring backing that contains 10-20 Chrysotile Asbestos. The Floor System of Production Room 6 covers an estimated 2015 square feet. � The following samples collected from the Roof System contained greater than 1 Chrysotile Asbestos: - Sample OH-52, collected from the central portion of the roof system (west of the metal roofing system) revealed two s of black roof ply/bitumen that contain 2-5 Chrysotile Asbestos. - Sample OH-54, collected from the north central portion of the roof system (west of the metal roofing system near the parapet) revealed two s of black roof ply/bitumen that contain 2-5 Chrysotile Asbestos. - Sample OH-55, collected from the roof system of the Patio, revealed a single of black bitumen that contains 2-5 Chrysotile Asbestos. - Sample OH-56, collected from the roof system of the Kitchen Area, revealed a single of black mastic used to adhere the roof ply that contains 2-5 Chrysotile Asbestos. - Sample OH-58, collected from the roof system of the Kitchen Area, revealed a single of black mastic where the Air Conditioning Unit meets the roof that contains greater than 1-2 Chrysotile Asbestos. Therefore, it is presumed that either the roof ply or black mastic used to adhere the roof ply contains Chrysotile Asbestos in quantities greater than 1 on all portions of the roof with the exception of the eastern portion which is constructed of metal. The portions of the roof system that are covered by these materials cover an estimated 7,500 square feet. No LBP was discovered at the facility.

Former Use: Prior to 1958, a commercial structure was constructed on the western portion of the subject property. City directory searches indicate that a feed store operated from that facility which was subsequently removed from the subject property between 1963 and 1966. Prior to 1967, the existing commercial facility at the subject property was constructed. Interviews indicate that the facility was initially used as an Elks Lodge; however, city directory searches did not corroborate this and reveal that the facility was vacant in 1988. Prior to 1998, the facility was converted into a paint and finish shop for the shutter and door company Whitney Burns. At the time this Phase I ESA was conducted the facility was vacant.
Commercial (.69)
Hazardous


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