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PRISTINE INC SITE CERCLIS Site

EPA Identifier: 110042019197
CERCLIS ID: 110042019197
Location:
39.23611, -84.43723

Address:
410 CAVETT AVE
READING, OH

Create Date: 10-SEP-10
Update Date: 07-FEB-13
Final Date: 19830908


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SIC Codes: 1629
SIC Descriptions:
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
Programs: {BR,CERCLIS,ICIS
Program Interests:
FORMAL ENFORCEMENT ACTION, HAZAR

Site Summary:
Federal Register Notice:  September 08, 1983

Conditions at listing (December 1982): The Pristine, Inc., Site covers 3 acres in Reading, Ohio. It borders on a railroad track with an adjacent trailer park and on the well field supplying Reading's water. Between November 1974 and June 1980, an incinerator for liquid wastes operated on the site. In April 1979, an inspection revealed the presence of 8,000 to 10,000 drums and 13 bulk storage tanks containing a wide variety of hazardous substances. Soil was contaminated, and there was the potential for contamination of ground water and surface water as well as for fires and explosions.

After the facility closed in June 1980 as a result of State enforcement actions, responsible parties reduced the wastes to 15 drums and some bulk wastes. Threats posed by the facility have been greatly reduced, but contaminated run-off to Mill Creek may still be a problem.

Status (July 1983): EPA is preparing a Remedial Action Master Plan outlining the investigations needed to determine the full extent of cleanup required at the site. It will guide further actions at the site.

Institutional Controls:
Media Where IC Applies
(Multiple entries where more than one pathway is impacted)
Restriction Type Instrument
expand Soil
Limit Future Land Use
Environmental Covenant Page 2. 5. Activity and Use Limitations on the Restricted Area and on the Site. (a) Owners agree for themselves and their successors in title not to permit the Site, including the Restricted Area, to be used in any manner that would interfere with or adversely affect the integrity or protectiveness of the remedial action which has been implemented or which will be implemented pursuant to the Consent Decree unless the written consent of the U.S. EPA to such use is first obtained. Owners' agreement to restrict the use of the Restricted Area shall include, but not be limited to, not permitting any drilling, digging, building, or the installation, construction, removal or use of any buildings, wells, pipes, roads, ditches, or any other structures in the Restricted Area unless the written consent of U.S. EPA to such use or activity is first obtained. (b) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns, that the Restricted Area shall be used solely for industrial activities only in accordance with a U.S. EPA-approved plan for re-use of the Restricted Area, and that the Restricted Area shall not be used for commercial or residential purposes, including, but not limited to, the construction, installation, or use of any structures or buildings for residential or commercial purposes. This prohibition includes the use of the property for the storage of drums. Residential uses that are prohibited include single and multi-family dwelling units (including those occupied by the owner(s) of the unit(s) and by the renter(s)); day-care centers; hotels, motels, and rooming houses; correctional facilities and detention centers; transient or other residential facilities; elementary and secondary schools; and hospitals. Owners acknowledge and agree that the Restricted Area has been remediated only for industrial uses. (c) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns that there shall be no consumptive use of the Site groundwater, including the Restricted Area, either on or off the Site, until cleanup goals are achieved. (d) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns that there shall not be any interference with Site remedial components, including groundwater pump and treatment systems and in-situ vapor extraction systems. 6. Running with the Land. This Environmental Covenant shall be binding upon the Owners and all assigns and successors in interest, including any Transferee, and shall run with the land, pursuant to ORC § 5301.85, subject to amendment or termination as set forth herein. The term "Transferee," as used in this Environmental Covenant, shall mean any future owner of any interest in the Site or any portion thereof, including, but not limited to, owners of an interest in fee simple, mortgagees, easement holders, and/or lessees.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 19, 2009  [20 pages, 844.2Kb   ]
 
Soil
Limit Future Land Use
(p. 3) There shall be no residential or commercial use of the site, including but not limited to, the construction, installation or use of any structures or buildings for residential or commercial purposes. This prohibition includes use of the property for storage of drums.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  October 09, 1990  [7 pages, 305.5Kb   ]
 
Soil
Limit Future Land Use
Environmental Covenant Page 2. 5. Activity and Use Limitations on the Restricted Area and on the Site. (a) Owners agree for themselves and their successors in title not to permit the Site, including the Restricted Area, to be used in any manner that would interfere with or adversely affect the integrity or protectiveness of the remedial action which has been implemented or which will be implemented pursuant to the Consent Decree unless the written consent of the U.S. EPA to such use is first obtained. Owners' agreement to restrict the use of the Restricted Area shall include, but not be limited to, not permitting any drilling, digging, building, or the installation, construction, removal or use of any buildings, wells, pipes, roads, ditches, or any other structures in the Restricted Area unless the written consent of U.S. EPA to such use or activity is first obtained. (b) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns, that the Restricted Area shall be used solely for industrial activities only in accordance with a U.S. EPA-approved plan for re-use of the Restricted Area, and that the Restricted Area shall not be used for commercial or residential purposes, including, but not limited to, the construction, installation, or use of any structures or buildings for residential or commercial purposes. This prohibition includes the use of the property for the storage of drums. Residential uses that are prohibited include single and multi-family dwelling units (including those occupied by the owner(s) of the unit(s) and by the renter(s)); day-care centers; hotels, motels, and rooming houses; correctional facilities and detention centers; transient or other residential facilities; elementary and secondary schools; and hospitals. Owners acknowledge and agree that the Restricted Area has been remediated only for industrial uses. (c) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns that there shall be no consumptive use of the Site groundwater, including the Restricted Area, either on or off the Site, until cleanup goals are achieved. (d) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns that there shall not be any interference with Site remedial components, including groundwater pump and treatment systems and in-situ vapor extraction systems. 6. Running with the Land. This Environmental Covenant shall be binding upon the Owners and all assigns and successors in interest, including any Transferee, and shall run with the land, pursuant to ORC § 5301.85, subject to amendment or termination as set forth herein. The term "Transferee," as used in this Environmental Covenant, shall mean any future owner of any interest in the Site or any portion thereof, including, but not limited to, owners of an interest in fee simple, mortgagees, easement holders, and/or lessees.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 19, 2009  [20 pages, 844.2Kb   ]
 
Soil
Limit Future Land Use
(p. 4) There shall be no installation, construction, removal or use of any buildings, wells, pipes, roads, ditches or any Consent Decree and the Remedial Action Plan which is Appendix 2 to the Consent Decree
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  October 09, 1990  [7 pages, 305.5Kb   ]
 
Ground Water
Limit Ground Water Use Activities
Environmental Covenant Page 2. 5. Activity and Use Limitations on the Restricted Area and on the Site. (a) Owners agree for themselves and their successors in title not to permit the Site, including the Restricted Area, to be used in any manner that would interfere with or adversely affect the integrity or protectiveness of the remedial action which has been implemented or which will be implemented pursuant to the Consent Decree unless the written consent of the U.S. EPA to such use is first obtained. Owners' agreement to restrict the use of the Restricted Area shall include, but not be limited to, not permitting any drilling, digging, building, or the installation, construction, removal or use of any buildings, wells, pipes, roads, ditches, or any other structures in the Restricted Area unless the written consent of U.S. EPA to such use or activity is first obtained. (b) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns, that the Restricted Area shall be used solely for industrial activities only in accordance with a U.S. EPA-approved plan for re-use of the Restricted Area, and that the Restricted Area shall not be used for commercial or residential purposes, including, but not limited to, the construction, installation, or use of any structures or buildings for residential or commercial purposes. This prohibition includes the use of the property for the storage of drums. Residential uses that are prohibited include single and multi-family dwelling units (including those occupied by the owner(s) of the unit(s) and by the renter(s)); day-care centers; hotels, motels, and rooming houses; correctional facilities and detention centers; transient or other residential facilities; elementary and secondary schools; and hospitals. Owners acknowledge and agree that the Restricted Area has been remediated only for industrial uses. (c) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns that there shall be no consumptive use of the Site groundwater, including the Restricted Area, either on or off the Site, until cleanup goals are achieved. (d) Owners covenant for themselves and their successors and assigns that there shall not be any interference with Site remedial components, including groundwater pump and treatment systems and in-situ vapor extraction systems. 6. Running with the Land. This Environmental Covenant shall be binding upon the Owners and all assigns and successors in interest, including any Transferee, and shall run with the land, pursuant to ORC § 5301.85, subject to amendment or termination as set forth herein. The term "Transferee," as used in this Environmental Covenant, shall mean any future owner of any interest in the Site or any portion thereof, including, but not limited to, owners of an interest in fee simple, mortgagees, easement holders, and/or lessees.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  August 19, 2009  [20 pages, 844.2Kb   ]
 
Ground Water
Limit Ground Water Use Activities
(p. 3) There shall be no extraction from the Site of water from the lower aquifer for consumptive or other use, except as required by the RAP.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  October 09, 1990  [7 pages, 305.5Kb   ]