Presentation on theme: "VRP Checklist Presented by: Rob Timmins – Remediation Project Officer William Lindsay – Remediation Project Officer Chris Evans – Remediation Project Officer."— Presentation transcript:
VRP Checklist Presented by: Rob Timmins – Remediation Project Officer William Lindsay – Remediation Project Officer Chris Evans – Remediation Project Officer Kyle Newman – Risk Assessor
VRP Application and Process Checklist It is a tool for DEQ staff to use to – Verify completeness – Improve consistency among projects and staff – Improve technical content to support lines of evidence Decrease time spent by letting you know what we are looking for It is a working draft and may not be all encompassing It is not official guidance
Application Completeness VRP Regulation 40.A.1 A written notice of intent to participate in the program VRP Application The application is considered to be the written notice
Application Completeness Statement of eligibility to participate Yes No For Applicant/Participant (40.A.2): ___Proof of Ownership ___Operator* ___Security Interest* ___Contract to Purchase* ___Other*_________________ *Is an Authorized Agent identified (40.A.3)? Yes No If yes, is a letter of authorization included from the owner? Yes No N/A For Site (30.C): ___Remediation is not clearly mandated ___Jurisdiction has been waived
Application Completeness Legal Description (40.A.4) Near Vicinity Map showing: Property boundary VRP Site boundary Surrounding property usage
Area Map An Area Map is good to have to show location within a region.
Application Completeness General operational history of the site (40.A.5) General description of (40.A.6): Nature and extent of contamination and Past and present releases Onsite and contiguous to site Identify Areas of Concern and sources. Summarize the results of any Phase I’s or Phase II’s. Copies of Phase I’s and II’s can be included but will not be reviewed for anything other than the eligibility determination.
Application Completeness Discussion of potential regulatory jurisdiction (40.A.7) This is a review of regulatory applicability to the site and is used in the eligibility determination. Address each item thoroughly. Identify the cause of the contamination Provide dates of releases and operation Address present and past status. Don’t just say, “the site does not have a permit”.
Application Completeness Notarized Certification of Accuracy by the applicant (40.A.8) Notarized???
Eligibility Determination IIEligibility Determination (9 VAC ) Eligibility Determination Due: ___/___/___ (within 60 days of receipt) Regional Office: ________Sent: ___/___/___Received: ___/___/___ Office of Waste Programs:Sent: ___/___/___Received: ___/___/___ Applicant eligible to participateYesNo Site eligible to participateYesNo Accept Application: _____Reject Application: _____ (See 9VAC C) Notification of Eligibility and Fee Request Letter: ___/___/____
Fee and Enrollment IIIFee Payment and Enrollment (9 VAC ) 1% of Estimated of Remedial Cost: $________ or Statutory Maximum ($5000) Amount Received: $_________Date Received: ___/___/___ Fee and Enrollment Confirmation Letter Sent w/ BF Tax Form: ___/___/___ The fee is held in escrow until certificate issuance and will be reconciled at that time
VRP Checklist Site Characterization Presented by: Chris Evans – VRP Project Officer Rob Timmins – VRP Project Officer William Lindsay – VRP Project Officer Kyle Newman – Risk Assessor
Work To Be Performed Site Characterization – Consistent with Conceptual Site Model – Consider lines of evidence – Complete and accurate delineation of the nature and extent of contamination Onsite and offsite – DEQ recognizes the challenges of offsite characterization and determining resulting risk – A complete and well prepared & presented SCR significantly helps us during review You know the site well, we don’t Detailed and up to date plans, maps, and drawings can present a lot of information quickly – Helps us better understand a site about which we know little – Helps reduce questions resulting in much less extensive comment letters » Shortens the overall time, which we all want – We use the checklist as a tool
Work to be Performed Complete figures are very helpful Illustrates the story include scale, complete legend, legible text and markings Accurately dated figures with sample dates
Property and VRP Site Boundaries
Groundwater Potentiometric Map
Vapor Sampling Locations
Work To Be Performed Boring methods and logs Well construction Helps us understand subsurface, groundwater, and surface water relationships
Well Construction Log
Work To Be Performed Consider CSM Extremely informative and helpful Tells a big part of the story Indicate source location(s) Scale, legend, legible text and markings Utility locations
Vertical and Horizontal Delineation Refer to conceptual site model Evaluate each media as necessary Consider all appropriate analytes