Regulatory Approval of Flux Chamber HRAs
Here is a short list of projects recorded by Ms. Teri Copeland, D.A.B.T. where she has conducted health risk assessment using USEPA surface emission isolation flux chamber data.
Regulatory Agency Approval
|City of Santa Monica (1997-1999)||Residential development overlying former landfill (chlorinated and non-chlorinated VOCs, including BTEX)||HRA approved by U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)|
|City of Santa Monica (2000)||Implementation of housing development at site adjacent to leaking USTs (BTEX)||HRA approved by City of Santa Monica, Environmental Programs Division|
|National Guard Bureau and Army Corps of Engineers||Joint Forces Training Base (National Guard Facility), Los Alamitos. Solvent releases to soil and groundwater.||Methodology approved by California Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region|
|Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (formerly Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline) (1997-2001)||Elmira fuel pipeline leak (BTEX and oxygenates)||HRA approved by CalEPA, DTSC|
|Confidential* (2001/current)||San Diego industrial site adjacent to Bay (chlorinated and non-chlorinated VOCs, including BTEX)||HRA approved by CalEPA, DTSC|
|Sares-Regis Developers (2000)||Former industrial site targeted for residential development (chlorinated and non-chlorinated VOCs, including BTEX)||Methodology approved by Orange County Health Care Agency|
|Southampton Residential Development (1995)||Residential development adjacent to former landfill (chlorinated and non-chlorinated VOCs, including TEX)||HRA approved by CalEPA, DTSC|
|Former Mayfair Packing Facility||BTEX released to soil and groundwater from gasoline storage/dispensing facility||HRA approved by Santa Clara Valley Water District|
|Former industrial property targeted for residential development (chlorinated and non-chlorinated VOCs, including BTEX; radon)||Methodology and work plan approved by Nevada Division of Environmental Protection|
|DTSC (PM: Frank Dellachaie)||Chlorinated and fuel-related VOCs released to soil and groundwater at Naval Air Station, San Diego||Data collected for DTSC for exposure assessment|
|Wallace-Kuhl Associates||Meadow View – release of chlorinated and fuel-related VOCs underlying residential area.||HRA approved by DTSC|
|Locus Technologies (2002)||Industrial site released gasoline to soil and groundwater. Groundwater plume migrated underneath adjacent residential area.||Surface flux chamber data approved by Sacramento County Environmental Health Dept.|
* Upon request, Anne Babyak (BBL Sciences) may supply client information since the HRA has been officially approved by the DTSC.