For any site remaining in the AOC that you wish to exclude, click “Do not Include in report” or “Include in report Appendix”.
- Select the appropriate option in either the slide out detail tab or the RPT column in the list.
- Your selection may be changed at any time.
You may review detailed information such as tank contents, remediation status or release date by clicking the Detail tab for each site. You may also use the Distance Tool and the Satellite map to accurately measure distances from the known or suspected contaminated property to the target property boundary.
Petroleum-contaminated sites can be identified by their name, associated database, or chemical type. For petroleum-contaminated sites, the measuring tool can help reduce the AOC using the following guidelines:
- 528 feet up-gradient
- 100 feet down-gradient if there is assumed to be some LNAPL (floating on the water table) or 30 feet if there is assumed to be only dissolved petroleum contamination in the groundwater
- 165 feet in the cross-gradient areas if there is assumed to be some LNAPL (floating on the water table) or 95 feet if there is assumed to be only dissolved petroleum contamination in the groundwater