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Alice Springs town basin, review 2003

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Title

Alice Springs town basin, review 2003

Creator

Read, R. E.

Collection

E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report ; no. 42/2003

Date

2003-12-01

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:2003-12

Language

English

Publisher name

Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Series

Report ; no. 42/2003

File type

application/pdf.

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/229443

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/672980

Page content

C- 6 Table C-1 Contamination Assessments (post 1996) Site Date Title of Investigation Basis for Investigation Action Lots 912 and 8607, Alice Springs 1997 Preliminary Site Contamination Assessment of Lots 912 and 8607 in Town of Alice Springs: by Woodward-Clyde in March 1997. As a preliminary to decommissioning NT government owned land that had been used for motor vehicle workshops No contamination identified. No action required. Contamination and Risk Assessment. Shell Depot, Alice Springs: by Dames & Moore, July 1997. Identification and Recovery of Free Product Plume: by the Shell Company of Australia in September, 1997. Additional Environmental Site Assessment: Fluor Daniel GTI, October 1997. Further Environmental Site Assessment: Fluor Daniel GTI, January 1998. Further Environmental Site Assessment: Fluor Daniel GTI, May 1998. Risk Assessment: Fluor Daniel GTI, January 1999. Vegetation Survey of the Area Surrounding the Shell Alice Springs Depot: Clouston, January 1999. Groundwater Monitoring Event: IT Environmental, May 1999. Environmental Site Management Plan: Shell Company of Australia, October 1999. Shell Depot: 47 Stuart Highway, Alice Springs 1997 Hydrogeological Information Associated with Shell Alice Springs Depot: Golder Associates Pty Ltd, December 2000. Following a report of petrol fumes in the Wills Terrace storm drain An environmental audit of the site is currently being undertaken to examine whether the current approach to self remediation, is sufficient. Environmental Site Assessment: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, March 1998. Extent Assessment: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, August 1998. Health Risk Assessment Report: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, January 1999. Remedial Action Plan: BP Australia Ltd, June 1999. Extent Assessment: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, August 1999. Extent Assessment: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, April 2000. Remediation Monitoring Report: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, May 2000. Australian Fuel Distributors Depot: Whittaker Street, Alice Springs 1998 Monitoring Report No.2: Otek Australia Pty Ltd, October 2000. Following the reporting of an underground leak of petrol and some diesel fuel by BP Australia Ltd from the Australian Fuel Distributors Depot in Whittaker Street, Alice Springs. The site is being actively remediated by vapour enhanced recovery methods.


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