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|Site Name:||Shelby County Savings Bank|
|Applicant Name:||Shelby County Bank|
|Site Location:||105 South County Line Road, St. Paul|
|VRP Site Number:||6010601|
|Project Manager:||Michael Habeck|
|Date Application Received:||June 4, 2001|
|Date Project Completed:||December 19, 2005|
|Contaminant(s):||BTEX, MTBE, PAHs|
|Media Addressed:||Subsurface Soil and Groundwater|
|Cleanup Objectives Achieved:||VRP Tier II Non-Residential for most compounds; Tier III criteria for acenaphthylene, 2-methylnaphthalene, and phenanthrene.|
|No installation or use of drinking water wells. No extraction of groundwater. Restrictions are defined by an Environmental Restrictive Covenant (Shelby County Recorder's Office Instrument #2005009008).|
Subsurface investigations in 1993 showed that subsurface soils and groundwater at the site were contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons from a leaking underground fuel oil tank on the Shelby County Bank property. There also appeared to be some impacts to the Shelby County Bank property from the adjoining property to the north, a former gasoline station. The leaking fuel oil tank was removed from the Shelby County Bank property, along with several hundred tons of impacted soil. Subsequently, a multi-phase extraction system was installed on both properties to address impacts to contaminated soil and groundwater. Confirmation soil sampling and eight quarters of groundwater sampling were conducted after the remediation system was shut down, and all sample results met the appropriate cleanup criteria.