Guard cites progress in groundwater cleanup
By Trevor BrownFederal and state officials told local residents Thursday that well samples show lower concentrations of potentially dangerous chemicals than were "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" detected last year.
been working on this for a long time, so it is a milestone for us to be at this point, said Casey Hudson, project manager with CH2M Hill, a group contracted to lead the restoration work.
are happy with the results, and now we are largely focusing and monitoring and making sure there are no problems.
Hazardous chemicals, including trichloroethylene, that have been used on the base during the past several decades have leaked into the groundwater in that part of north Cheyenne during the past several decades.
Federal studies have shown that Viagra Generic Online ingesting trichloroethylene, also known as TCE, increases the risk of liver damage and cancer.
But the contamination does not present a direct health hazard since Brand Levitra Online the base and the nearby homes are hooked up to the Acquistare Kamagra In Farmacia city water system.
Indoor and outdoor air monitoring also have shown the area is not in any danger. But residents in the Indian Hills Kamagra Oral Jelly Perth Wa neighborhood and Mylar Park area have Hgh Jintropin Avis been cautioned against drinking any well water. Department of Defense and regulatory agencies to contain and treat the contaminated water.
This includes a million federal project that began last year to install an underground barrier that will act as a filter to treat the contaminants.
The barrier was installed with the "buy cheap jintropin online" use "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" of a 100 foot crane located on the base near Dell Range Boulevard. The project was finished this fall and already is producing results, officials say.
The amount of TCE detected in the groundwater at various sites has decreased 40 to 93 percent compared to 2012, according to data that were collected in September. And in some of the areas, the amount has fallen to within acceptable drinking water safety limits.
Hudson said they still are advising nearby residents against drinking well water. He said they will take another round of samples later this month.
Special liquid also could be injected into the ground to enhance the performance of the barrier. But Hudson said they are taking a wait and see approach to that.
The Guard, along with the state Department of Environmental Quality, has created a Restoration Advisory Board to keep community members up to speed with the work.
Shirley McCown, who lives near the base on the north side of the airport, has been on the board for more than four years.
She said she was troubled about the health risks when she first learned about the contamination. But her fears have been alleviated by the monitoring and being kept in the loop with the progress.
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