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TREASURE ISLAND NAVAL STATION-HUNTERS POINT ANNEX
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

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Curent Radiation Screening of Former Parcel A-1 (“The Shipyard” Housing Development)

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is currently scanning former Parcel A-2 of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard for radiation.  In 2004, EPA and other regulatory agencies determined that Parcel A was suitable for transfer from the Navy to the City of San Francisco for reuse.  Since transfer, Parcel A-1 has been redeveloped as part of the “The Shipyard” housing development. Parcel A-2 is an undeveloped portion that is presently being surveyed. The CDPH provides survey updates at this webpage and the public may submit questions by email to:RHBHuntersPointParcelAScan@cdph.ca.gov.  

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Administrative Records

In 1989, EPA placed Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS) on its National Priorities List (NPL), also known as the “Superfund list.” The Navy is the lead agency responsible for the investigation and cleanup of the Shipyard and holds the Administrative Record for the site. EPA and its state regulatory agency partners oversee and enforce Navy compliance with Superfund requirements to ensure the cleanup at the Shipyard protects human health and the environment. In 1989, EPA placed HPNS on its National Priorities List (NPL), also known as the “Superfund list.” The Navy is the lead agency responsible for the investigation and cleanup of HPNS and holds the Administrative Record for the site. EPA and its state regulatory agency partners oversee and enforce Navy compliance with Superfund requirements to ensure the cleanup at HPNS protects human health and the environment. 

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The Navy is the lead agency cleaning up the site. Information about the cleanup can be found on the Navy's website, www.bracpmo.navy.mil/hpns

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