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216 Sitting Bull Road FORT YATES, ND 58538
46.08849999312707 / -100.63326003059431
Rothenmeyer, William

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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
R8 TBA - North Dakota (STAG Funded)n/aNDTBA2004

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Assessment Activities at this Property

ActivityEPA FundingStart DateCompletion DateCAAccomplishment Counted?Counted When?
Phase II Environmental Assessment$85,000.0003/30/202211/04/2022R8 TBA - North Dakota (STAG Funded)YFY23

Is Cleanup Necessary? No
EPA Assessment Funding: $85,000.00
Leveraged Funding:
Total Funding: $85,000.00

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Contaminants and Media

Other Metals
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up

Cleanup Activities

There are no current cleanup activities.

Cleanup/Treatment Implemented: N
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Total ACRES Cleaned Up: .64
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Institutional and Engineering Controls


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Redevelopment and Other Leveraged Accomplishments

There are no current redevelopment activities.

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Additional Property Attributes

The Site is located in an area that has been developed with homes, a school, parks, and wetlands within in a rural setting. The Site encompasses approximately 0.642 acres. The Site was initially developed as a service gas station in 1999 with two 10,000-gallon USTs. Both USTs are steel construction with a protective outer jacket. Tank 1, the northern tank, stored 10,000-gallons of regular unleaded gasoline. Tank 2, the southern tank, had two compartments: Compartment 2A stored 6,000 gallons of premium gasoline and compartment 2B stored 4,000 gallons of diesel. The USTs had not operated since 2005, however, the service station operated until approximately 2017 and the Site has remained vacant since. No records of tank/piping release detection monitoring, release detection equipment testing, spill bucket or sump testing, overfill equipment testing, operator training, or walkthrough inspections could be located. In 2020, EPA UST Program personnel performed a site inspection of the Site. The site inspection report indicates that Tank 1 had 8 inches of standing liquid, suspected to be fuel and water, and that Tank 2, compartments A and B, were inaccessible. Prior to removal, the Site was primarily a concrete slab with dispensing stations, the service station, and partially vegetated surroundings. The Phase II ESA conducted in 2022: Removed the two 10,000-gallon USTs, associated piping materials, and dispensing stations; investigated the potential presence of soil contaminants from the historical use of petroleum UST in excavation sidewalls and subsurface soils beneath the tank; Investigate the potential presence and contamination of any groundwater found in the excavation pit; Investigated the potential presence of hazardous materials including asbestos, mold, and lead based paint

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