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IDEM > Permitting > Land Permits > Land and Waste Disposal Issues > Site Summaries > VRP Project Summary: Daleville Travel Plaza VRP Project Summary: Daleville Travel Plaza

Project Summary: Daleville Travel Plaza

Site Name:

Daleville Travel Plaza

Applicant Name:

Indy Corp, Inc.

Site Location:

15876 West Commerce Road, Daleville, Indiana

VRP Site Number:


Project Manager:

Aaron Green

Date Application Received:

June 24, 1998

Date Project Completed:

July 25, 2005


VOCs and SVOCs

Media Addressed:

Surface Soils, Subsurface Soils, and Groundwater

Cleanup Objectives Achieved:

VRP 1996 Guidance Tier II Nonresidential;

RISC Commercial/Industrial Default Closure Criteria, February 15, 2001 and January 1, 2004 editions; and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Industrial-Commercial Generic Criteria, December 10, 2004

Deed/Land-Use Restrictions:

The property shall not be used for residential purposes and groundwater use is prohibited.

This Site has been used as a truck travel plaza since the 1970's. The Site consists of both diesel and gasoline refueling islands, a restaurant, and a convenience store. Indy Corp, Inc. entered the Site in to the VRP to address soil and groundwater contamination that originated from releases of diesel and gasoline from the underground storage tank (UST) system. Contaminated soils were over-excavated at the Site and treated in onsite land treatment cells. Soil samples collected from the over-excavation, borings, and the land treatment cells demonstrate that the Site's soils have been successfully remediated and meet the proposed cleanup goals. Contaminated groundwater has been successfully remediated through the use of a dual-phase extraction and air sparge remediation system which was operated from January 1999 through June 2003. Seven quarterly groundwater confirmation sampling events following the shutdown of the remediation system demonstrate that the cleanup goals have been met for the dissolved contaminants. In addition to demonstrating closure for the dissolved contaminants associated with the diesel and gasoline releases (ie. BTEX and PAHs), the applicant provided an expanded analysis of SVOC and VOC suites during groundwater investigations and monitoring. None of the compounds from the expanded SVOC and VOC analysis exceeded proposed cleanup goals. As part of the remedy this property shall not be used for residential purposes and groundwater use is prohibited. For specific details regarding remedial activities at the Site please refer to the Remediation Work Plan and Remediation Completion Report.