Floyd|Snider Begins Work on TPH Contamination Investigation for Port of Longview
The Port of Longview operates a marine terminal complex along the Columbia River on the southwest border of Washington State consisting of several berths, conveyors, and buildings, and an associated rail yard. Floyd|Snider is under contract to assist the Port of Longview with the cleanup of total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH) contamination on a portion of the 835-acre waterfront site, associated with former storage tanks and underground pipelines.
Floyd|Snider is evaluating all available site data and identifying data gaps that will need to be filled to develop a comprehensive conceptual site model. Floyd|Snider will ensure that potential contaminant fate and transport issues and exposure pathways are identified in ways that support a defensible RI/FS and Cleanup Action Plan (CAP) to Ecology and other potentially liable parties. The site cleanup will support and coordinate with facility infrastructure development.