Kingston Recovery Project
Provides the regulatory framework for the restoration efforts under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).
Dessribes the rationale for selection of the time-critical removal action consisting of removal, processing, and disposal of the major portion of ash material released into the Emory River.
Describes the response actions completed to achieve short-term strategic site objectives defined in the Administrative Order as time-critical removal actions. Report covers the period of May 2009 to December 2010.
Describes the response actions completed for Dike C during the time-critical removal action.
Describes the rationale for selection of the non-time-critical removal action for the Swan Pond Embayment and Dredge Cell.
Describes the rationale for selection of the non-time-critical removal action for the river system that involved the restoration of areas having residual ash material that was released into the Emory River and Watts Bar Reservoir.
Non-Time Critical Removal Action for the River System Long-Term Monitoring Sampling and Analysis Plan
Describes the data-gathering efforts to support the Long-term Monitoring of portions of the Emory and Clinch residual ash from the ash spill.
Summarizes data collected in 2013 under the terms of the approved Long-Term Monitoring plan for the Emory and Clinch Rivers and preliminary results for some 2014 samples.
Summarizes the type and scale of restoration measures implemented to compensate for injuries to natural resources.