Seaplane Base

Seaplane Base On-Base PFAS Investigation

 

 

 

Across the country, the Navy has been conducting base-wide evaluations to identify additional potential PFAS releases. These evaluations are being conducted under the Navy’s Environmental Restoration Program which meets the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). Following CERCLA, the Navy’s base-wide assessments are called preliminary assessments/site inspections, and their purpose is to verify, validate, and update the inventory of PFAS release sites aboard the installation for further investigation and cleanup. 

 

At NAS Whidbey Island, the Navy has completed preliminary assessment for the Seaplane Base. The PA identified two sites with potential PFAS releases. A site inspection (SI) will be conducted at each site to determine the presence of PFAS in the soil and groundwater. The SI Sampling and Analysis Plan is complete and will be posted to the website shortly. More information will be added to this website as it is available. 

 

Documents


Final PFAS Seaplane Base SI SAP.pdf

Final PFAS Seaplane PA (17Sept2018).pdf

 

If you have any questions, please contact one of the Public Affairs Officers listed below.

 

MEDIA CONTACT

     PUBLIC CONTACT 

Mike Welding

     Ken Johnson

Public Affairs Officer 

     Public Affairs Officer 

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island 

     Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest 

E-mail: michael.welding@navy.mil 

     E-mail: james.k.johnson3@navy.mil 

Office: 360-257-2962 

     Office: 360-396-6387 

Cell: 360-914-7915 

     Cell: 360-340-5592 

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