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|Initial Assessment Completed||09/01/1984|
|Proposed to the National Priorities List||09/14/2005|
|Proposed to the National Priorities List||10/15/1984|
|Finalized on the National Priorities List||04/19/2006|
|Remedial Investigation Started||09/20/2006|
|Final Remedy Selected||07/17/2020|
|Remedial Action Started||Not Yet Achieved|
|Construction Completed||Not Yet Achieved|
|Deleted from National Priorities List||Not Yet Achieved|
|Most Recent Five-Year Review||Not Yet Achieved|
|Site Ready for Reuse and Redevelopment||Not Yet Achieved|
During cleanup, a site can be divided into a number of distinct areas depending on its complexity. These areas, called operable units (OUs), may address geographic areas, specific problems, or areas where a specific action is required. Examples of typical operable units include construction of a groundwater pump and treatment system or construction of a cap over a landfill.
|Milestone||OU||Start Date||Completion Date||OU ID|
|Administrative Order of Consent (EPA Performed)||OU 01 - UPLANDS||09/20/2006||01|
|Combined Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study (PRP Performed, EPA Oversight)||OU 01 - UPLANDS||09/20/2006||06/22/2017||01|
|Record of Decision (EPA Performed)||OU 01 - UPLANDS||07/17/2020||01|
NOTE: Dates and estimated dates will not display for all milestones. Estimated dates only display for milestones planned within the next three fiscal years. Estimated dates and start dates will not display for the following enforcement milestones: Administrative Order of Consent, Consent Decree and Unilateral Administrative Order. Start dates will not display for the following document milestones: Five-Year Review, Record of Decision, Record of Decision Amendment, Explanation of Significant Differences and Partial NPL Deletion.
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