Helena – The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public comment on the feasibility study report and proposed cleanup plan for the Mission Wye State Superfund Facility in Livingston. The public is encouraged to attend a meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at the City-County Complex at 414 East Callender St. in Livingston.
The feasibility study report includes cleanup options to address the remaining solvent contamination in soil vapor and groundwater at the Facility. The proposed plan identifies DEQ’s preferred option. The public is encouraged to offer suggestions for improving the proposed cleanup measures, or to submit reasons to implement other alternatives for the project.
The preferred cleanup plan consists of:
- Property and groundwater use limitations
- Monitored natural attenuation – or gradual decrease – of contaminated groundwater
The final plan for cleaning up the Facility will be documented by DEQ in a Record of Decision after DEQ considers each public comment submitted during the 30-day public comment period, which starts June 6 and ends July 6, 2019.
What: Public meeting on the Mission Wye State Superfund Facility
When: Wednesday, June 19 at 7 p.m.
Where: County-City Complex, 414 East Callender St., Livingston
The feasibility study and proposed plan can be found online at: http://deq.mt.gov/Public/publiccomment The documents can also be reviewed at:
DEQ’s Cedar Building, 1225 Cedar Street in Helena
Park County Livingston Library, 228 W Callender St.
DEQ will make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities who wish to participate in the public meeting. If you require an accommodation, please contact Heather Foslund at 406-444-6745 or by email at: email@example.com