Draft Final Lander Maverik Remedial Action Plan

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Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality

Draft Final Lander Maverik Remedial Action Plan

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ)/Storage Tank Program (STP) is proposing remedial actions for petroleum‐impacted sites in or near the City of Lander in Fremont County, Wyoming. Previous WDEQ/STP investigations revealed petroleum‐impacts in the project area. The WDEQ/STP is authorized to remediate these sites by the Wyoming Environmental Quality Act, Article 14.

A Draft Final Lander Maverik Remedial Action Plan, describing the project and proposed actions, is available at the Fremont County Public Library, 451 N 2nd St, Lander, WY.  A copy is also available at WDEQ, 510 Meadowview Drive, and on the DEQ’s website by clicking here. These copies will be available for public review through November 13, 2019.

Proposed remedial methods include soil vapor extraction. Remediation systems will be installed near source areas and areas of contaminant migration. Construction is scheduled to begin in the next twelve months. System operation will continue until remediation is complete, which is estimated to be 1 to 10 years.

Funding for this project is from the Wyoming Corrective Action Account and federal funds. Questions and comments concerning this project should be directed in writing to the WDEQ/STP Project Manager, Kirk Billings, at kirk.billings@wyo.gov.