Phase II Investigation Completed

Client: City of Grand Prairie
Location: Grand Prairie, TX

A Phase II Investigation completed at the W. Church Street property owned by the city of Grand Prairie indicated a release had occurred from the underground storage tanks formerly located on the property.  Subsequently, a Leaking Petroleum Storage Tank (LPST) investigation was completed by W&M which demonstrated that, although gasoline constituents were present in groundwater above TCEQ Action levels, there were no unacceptable risks to human health or environmental receptors.  The LPST case received closure from TCEQ in August 2011.

During the investigation it was discovered that the leak had migrated into the adjoining property.  The property owner qualified as an Innocent Owner/Operator as defined by TCEQ since their property had been impacted from the gas station release and activities at the adjoining property did not contribute to the plume.  The City agreed to voluntarily obtain an IOP certificate to the benefit of the adjoining property since it had been impacted by a release from City-owned property.  For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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