Citgo Service Station (Former Gulf Oil/Chevron) Jarrettsville Pike Baltimore County Jacksonville, Maryland Open Case No.

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1 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 1800 Washington Boulevard Suite 620 Baltimore, Maryland x Land Management Administration Oil Control Program Citgo Service Station (Former Gulf Oil/Chevron) Jarrettsville Pike Baltimore County Jacksonville, Maryland Open Case No BA2 The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), Oil Control Program (OCP) is currently monitoring groundwater conditions at the Citgo Service Station, located in northern Baltimore County. To date the on-site supply well has not been impacted with petroleum contamination. The monitoring well network at this active station is being sampled semiannually. The Citgo is being monitored under Case BA2. The Department currently has four active cases related to petroleum impacts in the Four Corners area. In July 2004, the MDE-OCP opened its groundwater investigation under Case No BA2 in response to elevated MTBE levels (512 ppb) at 3410 Sweet Air Road (former location of Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital)). In September 2004, the MDE-OCP re-opened the Four Corners-Jacksonville Groundwater Investigation case under Case No BA2 in response to elevated MTBE levels in on-site monitoring wells at the Amoco Service Station (14243 Jarrettsville Pike) and three newly impacted off-site drinking water wells. In February 2006, the ExxonMobil service station located at Jarrettsville Pike had a release of approximately 25,000 gallons of gasoline in the subsurface and Case No BA2 was opened. Drinking water wells within a half-mile radius of this location were sampled and are currently being monitored. Groundwater remediation systems are in operation at the former Exxon station and the BPAmoco station. Jacksonville is a mixed-use commercial and residential community reliant on groundwater as a drinking water source. This community is located near a drainage divide along a topographical ridge between two surface streams. The area is underlain by weathered bedrock (saprolite), approximately 40 to 60 feet thick, and the Loch Raven Schist of the Wissahickon Group. Groundwater flow is primarily controlled by a major fracture set trending northeast to southwest. Bedrock is highly metamorphosed. Jacksonville History: On May 21, 1981, the Maryland Department of the Natural Resources (DNR - precursor to the MDE) and the Baltimore County Health Department [BCHD - precursor to the Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Resource Management (BADEPRM)], received a call from a resident [Weir property at Jarrettsville Pike, located adjacent to the former Exxon station (14222 Jarrettsville Pike)], complaining of petroleum odors and taste in the domestic well water. Subsequently, a domestic well sampling effort was coordinated between BCHD and DNR - Water Resources Administration (DNR-WRA), for properties with non-community supply wells and domestic wells located on the west side of Jarrettsville Pike and south of Paper Mill Road. Six drinking water wells in the 1400 block of Jarrettsville Pike were impacted by elevated levels of benzene. Between March and June 1981, three gasoline service stations at the Four Corners intersection were targeted to perform tank tightness tests on their gasoline underground storage tank (UST) systems to determine if they were leaking. These stations included the former Exxon station (14222 Jarrettsville Pikecurrently a vacant lot); the former Chevron/Gulf station (14226 Jarrettsville Pike - currently the Jacksonville Citgo station); and the Amoco Station (14243 Jarrettsville Pike). Between 1981 and 1984, Amoco, Chevron/Gulf, and Exxon independently attempted to characterize the groundwater contamination in the Jacksonville area. These attempts generated a large volume of local hydrogeologic data to better define the groundwater contaminant plume. During this timeframe, a private lawsuit was filed against all three oil companies by impacted homeowners, Ascot Estates (developer), and several businesses along Jarrettsville Pike. As a result of the lawsuit, the plaintiffs were compensated for the loss of use incurred of their private drinking water supply well. In October 1984, the U.S. EPA, Region III, entered into an Administrative Consent Order with the three responsible parties to implement a groundwater treatment system. The primary objective of the treatment system was to contain and Date: October 14, 2008 Page 1 of 6

2 reduce the dissolved benzene concentrations in the two plumes (north and south) at or below 20 ppb to achieve asymptotic levels (i.e. static concentrations) and/or to operate the system for 10 years and then re-evaluate cleanup objectives. Between 1987 and 1996, a remediation system was operated at the Four Corners intersection to address the petroleum groundwater contaminant plume. This hydraulic containment system was selected to prevent further migration of the petroleum contaminant plume to off-site drinking water receptors including future residential developments (e.g. Ascot Estate). Other remedial strategies were evaluated (e.g., soil venting, bioremediation) but the pump-and-treat system was determined to be the most effective cleanup strategy at that time. The remediation was divided into a southern (Chevron/Gulf and Exxon) and northern (Amoco) plume and responsible parties were designated. A pump-and-treat system was the selected remedial action, based on three 72-hour pump tests, fracture trace analyses, and monitoring well development data. Exxon and Chevron/Gulf were named the responsible party for the southern plume. The southern plume extended from both stations, located at the western portion of Jarrettsville Pike. A groundwater remediation system was installed at the former Exxon station (14222 Jarrettsville Pike), located approximately 600 feet south of the intersection of Routes 146 and 145. The station closed at that time and relocated to the current location on the southwest corner of the intersection of Routes 146 and 145. The plume and remediation extended west to areas encompassing Ascot Estates, which at the time were being developed. A pump-and-treat system operated continuously from 1988 to After a period of postremediation monitoring, the case was closed in On January 27, 1995, Chevron submitted to MDE-OCP the Site Closure Report - May 2, Citgo Service Station Chronology In the 1970s, Gulf Oil Corporation leased the property to an independent operator. The facility was then known as Jacksonville Gulf Station. At the time of the citizen complaint in May 1981, Gulf Oil Products operated six USTs at the facility: Two 4,000-gallon unleaded gasoline (bare steel); One 4,000-gallon regular leaded gasoline (bare steel); One 3,000-gallon gasoline (bare steel); One 6,000-gallon diesel (fiberglass); and One 550-gallon used oil (fiberglass). Subsequently, Chevron, a successor in interest to Gulf Oil, assumed responsibility of the facility. On July 27, 1979, DNR- WRA conducted a site inspection and found that used oil had been discharged in a drain field near a stream at the rear of the facility, and oil was found in the floor drains. DNR-WRA issued a warning notice for cleanup. August 9, DNR-WRA conducted a site inspection and determined that cleanup activities had been completed. Operator advised to run water through the oil/water separator. June 10, Tank tightness test performed on the four gasoline USTs. Tanks tested tight based on 06/11/84 letter to DNR-WRA form Gulf Oil Co. March 15, The four (bare steel) gasoline USTs were tested for tightness by Hunter Environmental Services on behalf of Gulf Oil Products. Tanks tested tight based on 03/30/84 letter to DNR-WRA to Two USTs removed from the facility were replaced with four 10,000-gallon USTs (three gasoline and one diesel). It is unclear from the files when the fourth older UST was removed A 550-gallon used oil (fiberglass reinforced plastic tank with bare steel, cathodically protected piping) was removed A 6,000-gallon kerosene (fiberglass reinforced plastic tank with bare steel, cathodically protected piping) was removed. Tanks were replaced with three 10,000-gallon gasoline tanks (fiberglass reinforced plastic and a similar singlewalled piping material) and a 10,000-gallon diesel tank (fiberglass reinforced plastic and a similar single-walled piping material). Date: October 14, 2008 Page 2 of 6

3 January Groundwater sampling of observation wells revealed elevated levels of petroleum constituents in the vicinity of the Chevron station. Monitoring well MW-14 contained benzene at 979 ppb. March The USEPA required Chevron to sample perimeter wells that continued to show detectable levels of petroleum constituents. May to June Eight USTs registered to Chevron: Three 10,000-gallon gasoline (fiberglass reinforced plastic w/fiberglass reinforced plastic piping, single walled); One 6,000-gallon kerosene (fiberglass reinforced plastic, piping of unknown material), removed in June 1987; One 10,000-gallon diesel (fiberglass reinforced plastic w/fiberglass reinforced plastic piping. single walled); One 550-gallon used oil (fiberglass reinforced plastic w/fiberglass reinforced plastic piping, single walled), removed in 1984; and Two 35-gallon steel tanks containing hoist oil (tanks were never accounted for in subsequent reports; appeared to be exempt from the regulations) and Amended UST registration lists five USTs commercially insured and owned/operated by Carroll Independent Fuel Company (CIFCO). Three 10,000-gallon gasoline (single walled fiberglass reinforced plastic tanks with single walled piping of similar material); One 10,000-gallon diesel (single walled fiberglass reinforced plastic with single walled piping of similar material); and One 550-gallon used oil (single walled fiberglass reinforced plastic with bare steel, cathodically protected, single walled piping). August 4, MDE-OCP site visit to investigate if the facility met the upgrade requirements for the 550-gallon used oil UST. Tank found to be in compliance since it was installed prior to 11/04/96, was not require to have spill/overfill protection. October 31, MDE-OCP oversaw the removal of the 550-gallon used oil UST. Soil samples were collected and analyzed for TPH-DRO and TCLP for case closure. MDE opened Case No BA2. December Amended UST registration lists four USTs commercially insured, installed between 1984 and USTs have Stage I and Stage II vapor recovery. Three 10,000-gallon gasoline (single walled fiberglass reinforced plastic with single walled piping of similar material); and One 10,000-gallon diesel (single walled fiberglass reinforced plastic with single walled piping of similar material). March 20, MDE-OCP closed Case No BA2. December Self-audit conduced by CIFCO to comply with EPA s Consent Agreement. Station addressed violations of release detection records by upgrading to an automatic tank gauging system. January 18, The MDE-OCP performed a compliance assistance inspection at the Jacksonville Citgo. Groundwater samples requested from the two on-site monitoring wells and two monitoring pipes Properly abandon vent lines. Several outstanding violations. January 24, MDE-OCP opened Case No BA2 at the Jacksonville Citgo (14226 Jarrettsville Pike). March 1, MDE received a Water Analysis report for the Jacksonville Citgo. MW-1 Benzene at 21 ppb; MTBE at ppb. MW-2 MTBE at 90.8 ppb Potable Well non-detect for petroleum constituents Two tank field monitoring pipes were dry. Date: October 14, 2008 Page 3 of 6

4 March 11, MDE-OCP letter to Jacksonville Citgo requiring the submittal of proposed site plan identifying the locations for three or more monitoring wells to be installed at on-site pursuant to the new Emergency Regulations and as part of the groundwater investigation in the Four Corners area. April 1, MDE-OCP letter to Jacksonville Citgo to implement correction actives at the station based on the compliance inspection conducted on January 18, Perform the helium pressure test of system. Install spill catchment basins on existing risers that have Stage I vapor recovery dry break. Test all spill catchment basins and containment sumps. Correct tankfield monitoring pipes in accordance with Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR). May 13 and 16, MDE-OCP inspector met onsite with CIFCO representative during repairs of required compliance issues per MDE letter dated April 1, June 29, MDE-OCP received a Notice of Corrective Actions performed at the station from CIFCO. Helium testing was completed Spill buckets and drop tubes were replaced, vent lines and monitoring pipes were repaired October 11, MDE-OCP received the Final Emergency Regulations-Installation of three Monitoring Wells and Groundwater Sampling. MDE-OCP opened Case No BA2. MW-1: Benzene at 7 ppb MW-2: Benzene at 0.5j ppb; MTBE detected at 4 J ppb. MW-3: Benzene at 1j ppb; PW (on-site supply well): MTBE at 07 ppb. October 20, MDE-OCP letter to CIFCO requiring the following; Sample the monitoring wells and tank field monitoring pipes be sampled every six months Sample the supply well on-site every six months. Submit well log for the supply well. March 28, CIFCO report of groundwater sampling of the three monitoring wells and the on-site potable well submitted to MDE-OCP (See Table for sampling results) : February 27, CIFCO semi-annual sampling report of groundwater sampling of the three monitoring wells and the on-site potable well submitted to MDE-OCP (See Table for sampling results) : April 23, CIFCO semi-annual sampling report of groundwater sampling of the three monitoring wells, two tank field wells and the on-site potable well submitted to MDE-OCP (See Table for sampling results) : October 9, CIFCO semi-annual sampling report of groundwater sampling of the three monitoring wells and the on-site potable well submitted to MDE-OCP. The two tankfield wells were dry, so they were not sampled. (See Table for sampling results): January 14, MDE-OCP issued a High-Risk Groundwater Use Area letter to CIFCO requiring the following: Every 180 days the monitoring wells and the potable supply well on-site must be sampled. The UST system must be tested for vapor leaks yearly, using the Maryland Helium Testing Protocol. The spill catch basins must also be tested yearly. Every five years test all containment sumps. March 7, CIFCO submitted a report to MDE-OCP confirming the site is located in a High Risk Groundwater Use Area. April 4, CIFCO submitted the semi-annual sampling report of groundwater sampling of the three monitoring wells and the on-site potable well to the MDE-OCP. The two tankfield wells were dry and were not sampled. (See Table for sampling results): Date: October 14, 2008 Page 4 of 6

5 October 8, CIFCO submitted the Semi-Annual Sampling Report- October 6, 2008 to the MDE-OCP. The two tank field wells were dry, and therefore not sampled. (See Table for sampling results). Future Activities: Continue monitoring the on-site monitoring wells, tank field monitoring pipes, and the station s supply well. Future Updates Future updates on this case investigation will be posted at [at the MDE home page, (select) Land, (select) Program, (select) Oil Control, (select) Remediation Sites]. Other Related Case; Closed Case No BA Contacts: Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) - Oil Control Program: Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection Resource & Management Disclaimer: The intent of this fact sheet is to provide the reader a summary of site events as they are contained within documents available to MDE. To fully understand the site and surrounding environmental conditions, MDE recommends that the reader review the case file that is available at MDE through the Public Information Act. The inclusion of a person or company's name within this fact sheet is for informational purposes only and should not be considered a conclusion by MDE on guilt, involvement in a wrongful act, or contribution to environmental damage. Date: October 14, 2008 Page 5 of 6

6 Groundwater Sampling Data collected at the Jacksonville Citgo Station located at Jarrettsville Pike in northern Baltimore County Sample Location Monitoring Wells MW1 MW2 MW3 Sample Receipt Date Benzene MCL is 5 ppb MTBE State s Action Level is 5 ppb 03/ / / /2007 1J(estimated value) 0.8 J 08/ J ND 02/ J ND 08/ J ND TPH-DRO 6900 ppb 03/ / J 4 J 03/ / ND 08/ J ND - 02/ ND 08/ ND 10/ J 03/ / J 08/ / / TPH-DRO 1000 ppb Tank Field Monitoring Pipe TF2 02/ On-site Transient Non-Community Supply Well PW 03/2005 ND ND ND 10/ / / / /2008 ND 0.6 ND 08/ J 0.8 Other Petroleum Constituents of concern Date: October 14, 2008 Page 6 of 6

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