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TETRA
TECH 
C-NAVY 10-1 0-3900WOctober
8,
2010Project Number G01609Ms. Maritza Montegross, RPMNAVFAC MIDLANT, Northeast IPTBuilding Z-144, 2nd FloorVirginia AvenueNorfolk, VA 23511Reference:CLEAN Contract No. N62472-03-D-0057Contract Task Order (CTO)
No.
145Subject:Final Record of DecisionSite 3 -Chlorinated Solvent Groundwater PlumeNaval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant (NWIRP) Bedford, MassachusettsDear Ms. Montegross:Tetra Tech
is
pleased to provide copies of the final Record of Decision for Site 3 at NWIRP Bedford, whichwas signed on September 29, 2010.Please contact me at (978) 474-8449 orjim.ropp@tetratech.comshould you have any questions.Sincerely,
~~~
James RoppProject ManagerEnclosure -Final Site 3 ROD
(2
hardcopies, 2 CDs)
c:V.
Jurka, NAVFAC
(wI
encl-
email)
G.
Lakner, NAVSEA
(wI
encl. -email)
L.
Williams, NAVSEA
(wI
enc/. -email)M.Audet, EPA
lw/
encl. -hardcopy, CD)M.Moran, MassDEP
(wI
encl. -hardcopy, CD)
D.
Gallagher, MassDEP
(wI
encl. -email)T. Best, Hanscom AFB
(wI
encl. -CD)
R.
Miller, Tetra Tech
(wI
encl. -email)J. Trepanowski, Tetra Tech
(w/o
encl. -email)
G.
Glenn, Tetra Tech
(w/o
encl. -email)
G.
Wagner, Tetra Tech
(wI
encl. -hardcopy, email) Bedford Free Public Library
(wI
encl. -hardcopy, CD) File G01609-3.2
(w/o
encl.), G01609-8.0
(wI
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Tetra
Tech NUS,Inc.
55 Jonspin
Road.
Wilmington. MA 01887-1020
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978.474.8400
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978.474.8499www.ttnus.com
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SDMS DocID 469176
 
RECORD OF DECISION 
SITE
3 -
CHLORINATED SOLVENT GROUNDWATER PLUME
NAVAL WEAPONS
INDUSTRIAL
RESERVE
PLANT 
BEDFORD,MASSACHUSETTS 
 
 
NWIRP Bedford
Site 3 ROD
1.0 DECLARATION
1.1 S
ITE
N
 AME AND
L
OCATION
Site 3 is the Chlorinated Solvent Groundwater Plume at the Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant(NWIRP) Bedford, Massachusetts, United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) ID numberMA6170023570. NWIRP Bedford is shown on Figure 1.
1.2 S
TATEMENT OF
B
 ASIS AND
P
URPOSE
 This Record of Decision (ROD) presents the selected remedy for Site 3, which was chosen by the Navyand USEPA in accordance with theComprehensive Environmental Response,Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), asamended by the Superfund Amendments andReauthorization Act (SARA), and, to the extentpracticable, the National Oil and HazardousSubstances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP). This decision is based on informationcontained in the Administrative Record for thesite. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP)statement regarding the selected remedy ispresented in Appendix A.
F
IGURE
1-1. NWIRP B
EDFORD
L
OCATION
M
 AP
1.3 A
SSESSMENT OF
S
ITE
 The selected remedial action is necessary toprotect the public health or welfare or theenvironment from actual or threatenedreleases of hazardous substances into theenvironment. A CERCLA action is requiredbecause concentrations of chlorinated solventsin groundwater would pose unacceptable risks to human health if site groundwater were to be used as adrinking water source.
1.4 D
ESCRIPTION OF
S
ELECTED
R
EMEDY
 The major components of the selected remedy for Site 3 include the following:
¾
In-situ enhanced bioremediation of the source area
¾
Continued operation of the existing groundwater pump-and-treat system by the property line forplume capture and control
¾
Monitored natural attenuation (MNA)/long-term monitoring (LTM)
¾
Land use controls (LUCs)
¾
Five-year reviews The selected remedy eliminates potential unacceptable human health risks associated with using sitegroundwater as a drinking water supply by reducing site-wide contaminant concentrations to drinkingwater standards. No unacceptable risks associated with site soil, sediment, or surface water wereidentified. No unacceptable risks associated with air are anticipated although LUCs will be implementedto prevent on-site building occupancy until further evaluations for potential vapor intrusion hazards are
1
September 2010

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