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EPA DELETES PART OF SUPERFUND SITE
EPA deleted the soil portion of the Pacific Coast Pipeline site from the National Priorities List (NPL) of Superfund Sites. EPA proposed the deletion on December 26, 2017, held a 30-day comment period, and received eight comments. Five supported the deletion and two opposed it, with the main concern being future exposure to contaminants. After reviewing the comments, EPA determined that it was appropriate to follow through with the deletion of the soil from the NPL. Deletion of the soil does not preclude further cleanup actions in the unlikely event that future conditions warrant further action. The groundwater remains on the NPL and that cleanup continues.
The property, owned by Chevron, has been leased it to Cenergy Power, a solar energy company.Here is a link to the March 22, 2018, Federal Register notice about the deletion.