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ARMY INSTALLATION ID: OH521382073600

RAVENNA ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT

ravenna, Ohio

Cost So Far

$132M

Money already spent on the evaluation and cleanup of hazardous sites.

Expected Additional Cost

$26.8M

The estimated amount of money needed for evaluation and cleanup of hazardous sites at this installation.

Expected Completion Date

2031

The date by which the DOD estimates cleanup of all sites will be complete. Long term monitoring may continue after this date.

88 Hazardous Sites

Below are the locations of hazardous sites associated with this military installation, according to the DOD. A site’s contamination may affect a much larger area, including public and private lands and the water supplies beneath them.

High Risk

Medium Risk

Low Risk

Risk Not Evaluated or Not Required

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Not all sites in the DOD data include location information, so there may be sites listed below that are missing from the map. The risk level of a site refers to a relative risk assessment made by the DOD to prioritize the cleanup of sites.

Land Controls & Restrictions

Many sites have been declared “clean” by the DOD but are still not safe for people. This military installation is safe only with the following conditions in place: local use ordinances, fences, dig permits. see more » fences signs dig permits local use ordinances notations in master plan education programs prohibit residential use prohibit sensitive use (e.g. hospital, daycare, school) landfill restriction - prohibit activities that would impact the landfill cap (or cover system) and drainage system landfill restriction - prohibit excavation on landfill cap or cover system landfill restriction - prohibit installation of utility system lines through the site landfill restriction - restrict access to the site landfill restriction - restrict construction of buildings that may interfere with landfill cap or cover system landfill restriction - restrict plantings that interfere landfill cap or cover system (roots that penetrate the cap or cover system) landfill restriction - restrict vehicular traffic restrict land use - mitigation area(s) protection prohibit human consumption of groundwater « see less

52 Active Sites

Sites where military cleanup actions are still ongoing. The risk level of a site refers to a relative risk assessment made by the DOD, which prioritizes the cleanup of sites that pose greatest threat to safety, human health, and the environment.

Site ID: RVAAP-03

OPEN DEMOLITION AREA #1

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Area

Cost

$875K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

May 2017

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Apr 2047

Contaminated Areas

Soil: High Risk

There is no evidence that contaminants are migrating. There are no physical barriers to restrict the migration. Access to the site is not restricted and nearby areas are used by the Ohio National Guard.

Contaminants: Arsenic 9.0 mg/kg Cadmium and compounds 41.1 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 23000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-08

LOAD LINE 1

Industrial Discharge

Cost

$1.16M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2019

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: High Risk

site is close the the boundary of the facility and the potential exists as long as there is no cleanup that the groundwater could be contaminated. The pulbic residents live close to the boundary of the facility and they use shallow wells for their drinking water supllies. Potable water reservoir downstream

Contaminants: Arsenic 61.4 ug/L Manganese and compounds 3120.0 ug/L

Soil: High Risk

Future potential for diorect contact by on-site receptor. Indirect contact exposures via migration to sediment.surface water. Drainage to off-site reservoir.

Contaminants: PCB 1016 36.0 mg/kg Arsenic 77.0 mg/kg Free cyanide 112.0 mg/kg Lead 3610.0 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 5800.0 mg/kg

Surface Water (Human): High Risk

Several metals identified at source and in downgradient sediments. Site drains to off site reservior.

Contaminants: Chrysene 0.12 pCi/L Lead 22.2 ug/L Antimony and compounds 24.6 ug/L Zinc 25.3 pCi/L

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Site ID: RVAAP-10

LOAD LINE 3

Industrial Discharge

Cost

$1M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2019

Contaminated Areas

Soil: High Risk

Indirect contact via migration to sediments/surface water. Site drains to Cobbs Pond.

Contaminants: Beryllium and compounds 1.2 mg/kg Arsenic 23.2 mg/kg 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene 110.0 mg/kg Lead 2620.0 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 5800.0 mg/kg

Surface Water (Human): Low Risk

Metals found are likely not to be due to source. Site drains to Cobbs Pond, Sand Creek, north to facility boundary.

Contaminants: Silver and compounds 2.4 ug/L Zinc 560.0 pCi/L

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Site ID: RVAAP-12

LOAD LINE 12

Industrial Discharge

Cost

$1.13M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2019

Contaminated Areas

Soil: High Risk

Indirect contact exposures via migration to sediments and surface water. Site drains to Sand Creek which exists facility approximately 2.5 miles north.

Contaminants: 1-Methyl-2,4-Dinitrobenzene 13.0 mg/kg Lead 589.0 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 19000.0 mg/kg

Surface Water (Human): Medium Risk

Several metals detected at source and in downgradient sediments. Site drains to Cobb Pond and Sand Creek.

Contaminants: Arsenic 2.17 ug/L Silver and compounds 58.0 ug/L Copper and compounds 399.0 ug/L

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Site ID: RVAAP-09

LOAD LINE 2

Industrial Discharge

Cost

$1M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2019

Contaminated Areas

Soil: High Risk

Indirect contact exposures via migration to sediments/surface water: future potential direct contact by on-site receptor. Drainage to off-site resovoir.

Contaminants: PCB 1016 2.5 mg/kg Cadmium and compounds 22.7 mg/kg 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene 160.0 mg/kg Lead 881.0 mg/kg RDX 9800.0 mg/kg 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 12000.0 mg/kg

Groundwater: Low Risk

Site chemicals found in sediments. GW potentially flows to off site reservoir. Site is located upgradient from a drinking water resovoir.

Contaminants: 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.34 pCi/L

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

the facility workers can come into contact with the sediment and the public some time in the future. The workers at the facility can be exposed to the sediments and the public sometime in the future.

Contaminants: 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 0.6 mg/kg Cyclonite 1.75 mg/kg

Surface Water (Human): Low Risk

Several metals found at source and in downgradients. 11/11/97 AEC H. Dutcher requested MPS revision from identified to potential. Drainage to off-site resovoir. 11/11/97 AEC H. Dutcher requested change to identified to potential.

Contaminants: Silver and compounds 1.0 ug/L

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Site ID: RVAAP-001-R-01

RAMSDELL QUARRY

Open Burn

Cost

$2.15M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2019

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Sep 2049

Site ID: RVAAP-033-R-01

FIRESTONE TEST FACILITY

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Site ID: RVAAP-42

LOAD LINE 9

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$704K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

Newly discovered, previously uninvestigated sites, which are Environmental Restoration, Army (ER, A)-eligible, according to the Relative Risk Site Evaluation (RRSE) guidelines. There is no evidence that contaminants are migrating from the site. It is inknown if any wells are directly down gradient from this AOC; however, ground-water from near this AOC may be used for irrigation or drinking water.

Contaminants: Arsenic 18.2 ug/L

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the cotaminants are migrating from the site. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded by a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Lead 2700.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 3200.0 mg/kg Iron 41500.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-44

LOAD LINE 11

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. It is inknown if any wells are directly down gradient from this AOC; however, ground-water from near this AOC may be used for irrigation or drinking water.

Contaminants: Arsenic 33.4 ug/L Chromium 62.7 ug/L

Sediment (Fresh): Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. There are no listed critical habitats that would be affected.

Contaminants: Copper 14.0 mg/kg Arsenic 15.0 mg/kg Chromium 17.0 mg/kg Manganese 570.0 mg/kg Iron 24000.0 mg/kg

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded by a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Arsenic 15.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 570.0 mg/kg Iron 24000.0 mg/kg

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded by a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Cadmium and compounds 41.0 mg/kg Antimony and compounds 41.9 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 1700.0 mg/kg Copper and compounds 3300.0 mg/kg Lead 11000.0 mg/kg Iron 40000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-33

LOAD LINE 6

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Soil: Medium Risk

No evidence of site contaminats migrating. Although, there exist no physical barriers to prevent the migration of contaminants. Access to the site is not restricted.

Contaminants: Arsenic 17.6 mg/kg Antimony and compounds 58.5 mg/kg Copper and compounds 30400.0 mg/kg

Surface Water (Human): Medium Risk

There is no evidence of contaminats migrating. Although there exists no physical barriers to prevent the migration of contaminants. Access to the site is not restricted for those individuals who are authorized within the boundaries of the plant.

Contaminants: Lead 20.0 ug/L Copper and compounds 33.0 ug/L

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

No evidence of site contaminants migrating from the site. although no physical barriers exist to prevent such migartion. Acccess to the site is not restricted.

Contaminants: Arsenic 5.78 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-061-R-01

BLOCK D IGLOO -TD

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

$64K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2017

Site ID: RVAAP-063-R-01

GROUP 8 MRS

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

$430K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2018

Site ID: RVAAP-38

NACA TEST AREA

Surface Disposal Area

Cost

$459K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Feb 2048

Contaminated Areas

Sediment (Fresh): Medium Risk

There are no physical barriers to prevent the migration of contaminants. However there are no physical barriers to prevent the migration of contaminants. Sediment running off of this site could enter into Sand Creek which is a habitat for State Endangered species.

Contaminants: Pyrene 2.2 mg/kg Arsenic 3.9 mg/kg Copper 4.95 mg/kg

Sediment (Human): Medium Risk

No evidence that the site contamination is migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent the migration of contaminants. Access to the site is not restricted.

Contaminants: Arsenic 3.9 mg/kg Pentachlorophenol 4.4 mg/kg

Soil: Medium Risk

No evidence that contaminats are migrating. Access to the site is not restricted.

Contaminants: Arsenic 12.7 mg/kg Cadmium and compounds 46.0 mg/kg Chromium 48.3 mg/kg Barium 179.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-41

LOAD LINE 8

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that the site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. It is unknown if any wells are directly down gradient from this AOC; however, ground-water from near this site may be used for irrigation or drinking water.

Contaminants: Nickel (Soluble Salts) 0.37 ug/L Vanadium 0.85 ug/L Antimony and compounds 1.66 ug/L Zinc 4.54 ug/L Arsenic 22.4 ug/L Barium 27.7 ug/L Chromium 45.8 ug/L

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

There is no evidence that site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded with fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Antimony and compounds 1.1 mg/kg Selenium 1.6 mg/kg Arsenic 11.3 mg/kg Chromium 13.5 mg/kg Vanadium 22.5 mg/kg Lead 24.5 mg/kg Copper and compounds 51.0 mg/kg Barium 79.5 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 455.0 mg/kg Zinc 850.0 mg/kg Aluminum 12000.0 mg/kg Iron 43000.0 mg/kg

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded by fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Lead 1000.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 4000.0 mg/kg Iron 4700.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-43

LOAD LINE 10

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that the cotaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. It is inknown if any wells are directly down gradient from this AOC; however, ground-water from near this AOC may be used for irrigation or drinking water.

Contaminants: Arsenic 16.6 ug/L

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded by a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Antimony and compounds 660.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 710.0 mg/kg Lead 3100.0 mg/kg Iron 31000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-39

LOAD LINE 5

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place tp prevent migration. It is unknown if any wells are directly down gradient from this AOC; however, ground-water from near this AOC may be used for drinking or irrigation water

Contaminants: Mercuric chloride 0.31 ug/L Arsenic 14.0 ug/L Chromium 42.0 ug/L Copper and compounds 102.0 ug/L Lead 178.0 ug/L Zinc 289.0 ug/L Barium 593.0 ug/L

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration/ While this area is surrounded by a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters have access to the site.

Contaminants: Beryllium and compounds 1.8 mg/kg Antimony and compounds 3.9 mg/kg Selenium 9.2 mg/kg Mercuric chloride 12.0 mg/kg Cobalt 16.0 mg/kg Nickel (Soluble Salts) 17.0 mg/kg Arsenic 18.0 mg/kg Vanadium 20.0 mg/kg Cadmium and compounds 36.0 mg/kg Copper and compounds 160.0 mg/kg Chromium 270.0 mg/kg Barium 1000.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 1400.0 mg/kg Zinc 2500.0 mg/kg Lead 2800.0 mg/kg Aluminum 10000.0 mg/kg Iron 88000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-29

UPPER AND LOWER COBBS PONDS

Surface Impoundment/Lagoon

Cost

$413K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Feb 2048

Contaminated Areas

Soil: Medium Risk

No apparent migration to sediment. Site drains to Sand Creek and exists facility approximately 2.5 miles to north.

Contaminants: Beryllium and compounds 0.51 mg/kg Dinitrotoluene Mixture 3.0 mg/kg Arsenic 30.8 mg/kg Barium 598.0 mg/kg Lead 1900.0 mg/kg

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

if the sediments are disturbed the contamination can flow off the facility into land owned by the public. The public of the facility can be exposed to disturbed sediment s on the facility.also the birds can be exposed to the sediments.

Contaminants: 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 0.17 mg/kg Chromium 329.0 mg/kg

Surface Water (Human): Low Risk

Mg detected in both GW and sediments No human receptors immediately downstream.

Contaminants: Manganese and compounds 1.0 ug/L

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Site ID: RVAAP-50

ATLAS SCRAP YARD

Storage Area

Cost

$1.71M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Feb 2048

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. It is known if any wells are directly down gradient from this AOC; however, ground-water from near this AOC may be used for irrigation or drinking water.

Contaminants: Arsenic 25.6 ug/L

Soil: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. This area is not used for production and is not populated by workers. However, there is no fence around the site to prevent access by hunters, scrappers and others.

Contaminants: Dibenz[ah]anthracene 7.3 mg/kg Benzo(a)Pyrene 22.0 mg/kg Lead 44.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 1900.0 mg/kg Iron 33000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-46

BUILDING F-15 AND F-16

Industrial Discharge

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Soil: Medium Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. This area is not used for production and is not populated by workers. However, there is no fence around the site; and hunters, scrappers, and others could access the site.

Contaminants: Arsenic 28.0 mg/kg Lead 430.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 4100.0 mg/kg Iron 45000.0 mg/kg

Sediment (Fresh): Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. Sediment running oof this site enters into Sand Creek, a known habitat for State Endangered Species.

Contaminants: Arsenic 9.0 mg/kg Chromium 20.0 mg/kg Copper 20.0 mg/kg Manganese 650.0 mg/kg Iron 28000.0 mg/kg

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. This site has no immediate fencing but access is controlled by the perimeter fence controlled by a full-time security staff. However, hunters, scrappers, or others could acces the site.

Contaminants: Manganese and compounds 650.0 mg/kg Iron 28000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-11

LOAD LINE 4

Industrial Discharge

Cost

$1M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2019

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

Potential is Mg found in GW to be naturally occuring. Site drains off-site within 1500 feet of site.

Contaminants: Manganese and compounds 2670.0 ug/L

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

workers at the facility could be exposed to the sediments and the public some time in the future. workers at the facility could be exposed to the sediments at the facility as well as the public sometime in the future.

Contaminants: Cyclonite 0.54 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 8.7 mg/kg

Soil: Low Risk

Migration off site portential exists. Downgradient receptors: site drains to reservoir.

Contaminants: Mercury (Methyl) 0.16 mg/kg TNT 2.2 mg/kg Aramite 4.5 mg/kg Lead 384.0 mg/kg Zinc 1850.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-016-R-01

FUZE AND BOOSTER QUARRY

Open Burn

Cost

$1.14M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2019

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Sep 2049

Site ID: RVAAP-060-R-01

BLOCK D IGLOO

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

$430K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2018

Site ID: RVAAP-05

WINKLEPECK BURNING GROUNDS

Burn Area

Cost

$3.18M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2017

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Sep 2047

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

Contamination in the groundwater is largely restricted to the area directly under the source; no evidence of appreciable contaminant migration. Because of the uncertain use of the facility after cleanup the OHARNG may be exposed to the groundwater at some future date.

Contaminants: Cyclonite 1.2 ug/L 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 3.9 ug/L 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene 15.0 ug/L Arsenic 52.0 ug/L Barium 210.0 ug/L

Soil: Medium Risk

employes can come into contact with the soil and the public could at some future date after cleanup of the facility. workers can be exposed to the soil at the facility.

Contaminants: Beryllium and compounds 2.6 mg/kg Arsenic 21.6 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 38.03 mg/kg 1,4-Dinitrobenzene 490.0 mg/kg Cadmium and compounds 877.7 mg/kg Lead 916.0 mg/kg Barium 7780.0 mg/kg RDX 9500.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-66

FACILITY-WIDE GROUNDWATER

Contaminated Ground Water

Cost

$3.62M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 2031

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Medium Risk

It has moved slightly away from the source but not off post. There is no GW wells within the area

Contaminants: Arsenic 23.0 ug/L RDX 88.0 ug/L Chromium 120.0 ug/L TNT 130.0 ug/L Manganese and compounds 7660.0 ug/L Nitrate 1200000.0 ug/L

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Site ID: RVAAP-034-R-01

SAND CREEK DUMP

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Site ID: RVAAP-002-R-01

ERIE BURNING GROUNDS

Open Burn

Cost

$1.14M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2019

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Sep 2049

Site ID: RVAAP-008-R-01

LOAD LINE #1

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Site ID: RVAAP-019-R-01

LANDFILL NORTH OF WINKLEPECK

Disposal Pit and Dry Well

Cost

$64K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2017

Site ID: RVAAP-004-R-01

OPEN DEMOLITION AREA #2

Open Burn

Cost

$4.16M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2018

Site ID: RVAAP-45

WET STORAGE AREA

Storage Area

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2017

Contaminated Areas

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded by a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: Cadmium and compounds 41.0 mg/kg Mercuric chloride 49.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 870.0 mg/kg Iron 3100.0 mg/kg Lead 3100.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-28

SUSPECTED MUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKSARD AGENT BURIAL SITE

Chemical Disposal

Cost

$245K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Contaminated Areas

Soil: Low Risk

No physical barriers exist to prevent contamination migration. There is no restriction to the site to those authrized to be within the boundaries of the plant.

Contaminants: Arsenic 5.38 mg/kg Lead 29.5 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-062-R-01

WATER WORKS #4 DUMP

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Site ID: RVAAP-19

LANDFILL NORTH OF WINKLEPECK BURN GRND

Landfill

Cost

$484K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Feb 2048

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Low Risk

Nickel found in groundwater but not likely to be from source. Limited access to work force.

Contaminants: Nickel (Soluble Salts) 110.0 ug/L

Soil: Low Risk

No apparent migration. Minimal contact by site personnel.

Contaminants: Beryllium and compounds 0.53 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-06

C BLOCK QUARRY

Surface Disposal Area

Cost

$455K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Feb 2048

Contaminated Areas

Soil: Low Risk

No evidence of migration, although there exist no barriers to prevent the migration. The area is npt populated b the workforce.

Contaminants: Arsenic 12.3 mg/kg Lead 31.2 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-67

FACILITY-WIDE SEWERS

Waste Lines

Cost

$793K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 2018

Contaminated Areas

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

Sediments are contained within the sewer lines. Within a sewer line, so very little access to direct exposures.

Contaminants: Lead 39000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-40

LOAD LINE 7

Contaminated Buildings

Cost

$459K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

Contaminated Areas

Groundwater: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. It is unknown if any well are directly down gradient from the AOC; however, ground-water from near this AOC may be used for irrigation or drinking water.

Contaminants: RDX 0.765 ug/L Iron 185.0 ug/L Manganese and compounds 250.0 ug/L

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence the site contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. While this area is surrounded with a fence with locked gates, hunters, scrappers, and fire wood cutters may have access to the site.

Contaminants: RDX 1.1 mg/kg Mercuric chloride 1.6 mg/kg Antimony and compounds 1.7 mg/kg Silver and compounds 3.0 mg/kg Selenium 3.3 mg/kg 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 3.4 mg/kg Cadmium and compounds 7.6 mg/kg Arsenic 12.0 mg/kg Nickel (Soluble Salts) 15.0 mg/kg Vanadium 23.0 mg/kg Copper and compounds 68.0 mg/kg Chromium 85.0 mg/kg HMX 100.0 mg/kg Barium 1400.0 mg/kg Lead 2000.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 2700.0 mg/kg Zinc 6800.0 mg/kg Iron 26000.0 mg/kg Aluminum 27000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-34

SAND CREEK DISPOSAL ROAD LANDFILL

Landfill

Cost

$1.15M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2018

Contaminated Areas

Sediment (Fresh): Low Risk

There is no evidence that site contamination is migrating. Although no physical barriers exist to prevent the migration. State Endangered Species habitat.

Contaminants: Copper 39.0 mg/kg Arsenic 55.0 mg/kg Zinc 59.0 mg/kg

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

Migration does not appear evident, although the potential exist for migration. Site access is not restricted.

Contaminants: Arsenic 11.2 mg/kg

Soil: Low Risk

No evidence of the site contaminants migrating from the site. Although no physical barriers exist to prevent the migration of contaminants. Access to the site is not restricted to those individuals autorized within the boundaries of the plant.

Contaminants: Arsenic 10.31 mg/kg Barium 61.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: RVAAP-51

DUMP ALONG PARIS-WINDHAM ROAD

Surface Disposal Area

Cost

$151K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

May 2017

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Apr 2047

Contaminated Areas

Sediment (Fresh): Low Risk

There is no evidence that contaminants are migrating from the site. State endangered species habitat.

Contaminants: Arsenic 7.3 mg/kg Chromium 18.0 mg/kg Copper 23.0 mg/kg Manganese 140.0 mg/kg Zinc 150.0 mg/kg Iron 23000.0 mg/kg

Sediment (Human): Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. This area is not used for production and is not populated by workers. However, there is no fence around the site to prevent access by hunters, scrappers and others.

Contaminants: Arsenic 7.3 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 140.0 mg/kg Iron 2300.0 mg/kg

Soil: Low Risk

There is no evidence that the contaminants are migrating. However, there are no physical barriers in place to prevent migration. This area is not used for production and is not populated by workers. However, there is no fence around the site to prevent access by hunters, scrappers and others.

Contaminants: Arsenic 14.0 mg/kg Manganese and compounds 520.0 mg/kg Iron 24000.0 mg/kg

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Site ID: CC RVAAP-79

DLA ORE STORAGE SITES

Storage Area

Cost

$1.61M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Dec 2017

Site ID: CC RVAAP-78

QUARRY POND SURFACE DUMP

Spill Site Area

Cost

$735K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Dec 2017

Site ID: CC RVAAP-73

FACILITY-WIDE COAL STORAGE

Storage Area

Cost

$964K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Dec 2017

Site ID: CC RVAAP-68

ELECTRIC SUBSTATIONS (E,W,NO. 3)

Spill Site Area

Cost

$182K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Dec 2017

Site ID: CC RVAAP-76

DEPOT AREA

Spill Site Area

Cost

$75K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Site ID: CC RVAAP-74

BLDG 1034 MOTOR POOL HYDRAULIC LIFT

Spill Site Area

Cost

$944K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2019

Site ID: CC RVAAP-75

GEORGE ROAD STP MERCURY SPILL

Sewage Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2015

Site ID: [email protected] RAVENNA

MR PBA 2009

Site Never Existed

Cost

$1.25M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2016

Site ID: CC RVAAP-72

FACILITY-WIDE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKSS

Spill Site Area

Cost

$564K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2019

Site ID: CC RVAAP-70

EAST CLASSIFICATION YARD

Spill Site Area

Cost

$315K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2019

Site ID: CC RVAAP-69

BUILDING 1048 - FIRE STATION

Surface Disposal Area

Cost

$182K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Dec 2017

Site ID: RVAAP-050-R-01

ATLAS SCRAP YARD

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

$64K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2017

Site ID: CC RVAAP-80

GROUP 2 PROPELLANT CAN TOPS

Storage Area

Cost

$43K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Nov 2016

Site ID: RVAAP-032-R-01

40MM FIRING RANGE

Disposal Pit and Dry Well

Cost

$1.14M

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Oct 2019

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Sep 2049

36 Inactive Sites

Sites where military cleanup actions are complete, according to the DOD. Note that this status does not necessarily mean the site is no longer hazardous, as many of these sites are put under long-term monitoring or other restrictions.

Site ID: RVAAP-48

ANCHOR TEST AREA

Contaminated Soil Piles

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Apr 2015

Site ID: RVAAP-046-R-01

BUILDING #F-15 AND F-16

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

May 2008

Site ID: RVAAP-048-R-01

ANCHOR TEST AREA

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

May 2008

Site ID: RVAAP-01

RAMSDELL QUARRY LANDFILL

Landfill

Cost

$676K

Cost in 2015 plus expected future cost of cleanup

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2015

This site is under ongoing monitoring until Feb 2045

Site ID: CC RVAAP-71

BARN NO. 5 PETROLEUM RELEASE

Spill Site Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2015

Site ID: PBC AT RAVENNA

PBA 2008

Site Never Existed

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jul 2015

Site ID: RVAAP-005-R-01

WINKLEPECK BURNING GROUNDS

Open Burn

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 2006

Site ID: RVAAP-02

ERIE BURNING GROUNDS

Burn Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 2008

Site ID: CC RVAAP-77

BLDG 1037 LAUNDRY WASTEWATER SUMP

Spill Site Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 2015

Site ID: CC RVAAP-83

FORMER BUILDINGS 1031 AND 1039

Surface Disposal Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Aug 2015

Site ID: RVAAP-31

ORE PILE RETENTION POND

Surface Impoundment/Lagoon

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jan 2000

Site ID: RVAAP-04

OPEN DEMOLITION AREA #2

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jan 2008

Site ID: RVAAP-064-R-01

OLD HAY FIELD MRS

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

May 2008

Site ID: RVAAP-07

BLD 1601 HAZ WST STG

Storage Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-14

LOAD LINE 6 EVAPORATION UNIT

Above Ground Storage Tank

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-15

LOAD LINE 6 TREATMENT PLANT

Waste Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jan 2000

Site ID: RVAAP-16

FUZE&BOOSTER QUARRY LANDFILL/PONDS

Surface Impoundment/Lagoon

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 2010

Site ID: RVAAP-17

DEACTIVATION FURNACE

Unknown Site Type

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-18

LOAD LINE 12 WWT PLANT

Waste Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Mar 1997

Site ID: RVAAP-20

SAND CREEK STP

Waste Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-21

DEPOT STP

Waste Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-22

GEORGE RD STP

Waste Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-23

UNIT TRAINING EQUIPMENT SITE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

Underground Storage Tanks

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Nov 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-24

DEPOT AREA

Above Ground Storage Tank

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-25

BLD 1034 MOTOR POOL AST

Above Ground Storage Tank

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-26

FUZE BOOSTER AREA SETTLING TANKS

Underground Storage Tanks

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jan 2000

Site ID: RVAAP-27

BUILDING 854, PCB STORAGE

Storage Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jun 1989

Site ID: RVAAP-30

LL 7 TREATMENT PLANT

Waste Treatment Plant

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jan 2000

Site ID: RVAAP-012-R-01

LOAD LINE #12

Unexploded Munitions and Ordnance Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

May 2008

Site ID: RVAAP-13

BLDG 1200-DILUTION\SETTLING POND

Industrial Discharge

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

May 2015

Site ID: RVAAP-35

1037 BUILDING-LAUNDRY WASTEWATER SUMP

Spill Site Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 1998

Site ID: RVAAP-36

PISTOL RANGE

Pistol Range

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 2005

Site ID: RVAAP-37

PESTICIDE BUILDING S-4452

Pesticide Shop

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Feb 1996

Site ID: RVAAP-32

40 MM FIRING RANGE

Firing Range

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 2007

Site ID: RVAAP-49

CENTRAL BURN PITS

Burn Area

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Jul 2009

Site ID: RVAAP-47

BUILDING T-5301

Industrial Discharge

Cost

Unknown

Final Cleanup Action

Sep 2001

Update (Dec. 5, 2017): We have changed the source of the installation cost data after being notified by the Department of Defense that they erroneously reported their own cost figures on the DERP website. We are now displaying the costs the department says are the most accurate available, from the Pentagon’s DERP database that we received in a FOIA request.

Note: The risk level of a site refers to a relative risk assessment made by the DOD to prioritize the cleanup of sites.

Data: All data comes from the Defense Environmental Restoration Program and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and will be released soon at the ProPublica Data Store. Read our methodology »