Remediation Services for Concord Foods Facility
The City of Dayton was awarded a Clean Ohio Assistance Fund grant for a Phase II Environmental Assessment of the Concord Foods property. The 6.23-acre property, located west of downtown Dayton, has a history of both commercial and industrial uses dating back more than 100 years. While there is no known end user, the two property owners - the City of Dayton and Liberty Savings Bank - have entered into a partnership to revitalize the property. (description via Ohio Redevelopment Projects - ODSA)
KERAMIDA conducted remediation under a fixed-price contract at the Former Concord Foods Facility in Dayton, Ohio. The project included the development of a Health and Safety Plan, development of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, oversight of well abandonment, and excavation of soil exceeding risk-based clean-up limits.
KERAMIDA utilized the services of a mobile laboratory to provide real-time soil screening analysis to help direct excavation of the affected areas cost-effectively. Post remediation sampling and analysis confirmed that shallow soil on the Property fell within acceptable soil direct contact and cumulative risk limits. Relic petroleum compounds remaining in soil and groundwater at the Property were shown through modeling and historical analysis to be stable and protective of potential receptors on and off the Property.
Photos: “Dayton- Concord Foods (COAF)” by the Ohio Office of Redevelopment, via Flickr.