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PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC MEETING – THURSDAY, 18 FEBRUARY 2021, 6:30 PM PROPOSED PLAN FOR SITE ST009 AT McGUIRE AND PROPOSED PLAN FOR MMRP SITE SR002 AT DIX PROPOSED PLAN ISSUED FOR SITE ST009, OPERABLE UNIT 4, AT JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST The Department of the Air Force and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL) invite public comment on the Proposed Plan for Site ST009, Operable Unit 4, located at McGuire. ST009 is approximately 19 acres. The site is used for bulk fuel storage of heating oil and jet fuel. Environmental studies have found impacts to the groundwater from historical releases of jet fuel. Current operations that include regular monitoring, inspections and testing are not contributing to the historical contamination. The Air Force evaluated four remediation alternatives for Site ST009 and is proposing natural source zone depletion (NSZD), enhanced by active remediation techniques where feasible, long-term monitoring and land use controls. This alternative consists of a combination of naturally occurring processes that reduce the contamination in the subsurface with enhancements that may include product skimming, thermal enhanced remediation, and/or bioventing. Monitoring and sampling would occur to ensure the contamination is not migrating and is undergoing degradation. The three other alternatives evaluated are: no action; NSZD, long-term monitoring, and land use controls; and, excavation of free phase light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) in accessible areas with NSZD, longterm monitoring, and land use controls. PROPOSED PLAN ISSUED FOR DIX FORMER SMALL ARMS RANGE (SR002) MUNITIONS RESPONSE SITE AT JOINT BASE MCGUIRE- DIX-LAKEHURST The Department of the Air Force and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst invite public comment on the Proposed Plan for the Dix Former Small Arms Range referred to as Munitions Response Site SR002. A removal action excavated approximately 7,336 tons of soil at the site after environmental investigations identified antimony-, copper-, and leadimpacted soil. Following the removal action, the Air Force determined there are no unacceptable risks to human health or the environment and is therefore recommending no further action for the site. Proposed Plans Public Meeting The Air Force invites the public to attend a virtual meeting on Thursday, 18 February 2021, 6:30 p.m. to discuss both Proposed Plans. Please email Katrina Harris at kharris@bridgeconsultingcorp.com if you would like to participate for information on connecting by computer or phone. Public Comments Copies of the Proposed Plans are available for review beginning Tuesday, 16 February 2021, at the Burlington County Library located at 5 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, NJ. A copy of the Proposed Plans can also be viewed at the online Administrative Record file at: https://ar.afcec-cloud.af.mil/ and www.envirorestorejbmdl.com (click on the Community Involvement tab). Community input is integral to the alternative selection process. The public is encouraged to review and provide written or verbal comments on the Proposed Plans during the 30-day comment period (16 February to 18 March 2021). Comments must be postmarked by 18 March 2021 and sent to Mr. James Richman, Remediation Program Manager, 787 CES/CEIE 2403 Vandenberg Avenue, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ 08641, emailed to james.richman.1@us.af.mil, or sent by fax to 609.754.1741. The final remedies will be selected after the public comment period has closed, and all comments have been taken into consideration. Contact the JB MDL Public Affairs Office at (609) 754-2104 for more information.

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