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  • GeoTracker is a database and geographic information system (GIS) that provides online access to environmental data. It tracks regulatory data about underground fuel tanks and public drinking water wells, as well as other types of sites, such as above ground storage tanks and site cleanup cases.
  • Application Requirements for Designation of a Containment Zone, 220 KB, PDF (PDF info)
    This document provides information to assist in applying to the Central Valley Regional Board for designation of a containment zone, as authorized by State Water Resources Control Board Resolution No. 92-49. A containment zone may be considered by the Regional Board for a site or a portion of a site where clean up of pollution to levels that comply with applicable water quality objectives is technologically and/or economically infeasible.
  • ARARs Guide for CERCLA Cleanups, 1.6 MB*, PDF (PDF info)
    Applicable or Relevant and Appropriate Requirements (ARARs), To-Be-Considered Requirements (TBCs), and Permit Requirements of CERCLA. This memorandum is a guide to complying with the CERCLA (Superfund) process for identifying state ARARs to make sure that state requirements are incorporated into CERCLA cleanups. Attached are tables presenting potential State and Regional Water Board ARARs for both groundwater and soil. This guide is a dynamic document that will be updated as needed.
  • ARARs Board Resolution for CERCLA Cleanups, 117 KB, PDF (PDF info)
    Central Valley Regional Water Board Resolution No 98-240, Confirming Application of Resolution No. 92-49 and the Basin Plan as Requirements for Groundwater and Soil Cleanups at McClellan Air Force Base. This Board Resolution identifies and confirms State Applicable or Relevant and Appropriate Requirements (ARARs) for groundwater and soil cleanups at CERCLA (Superfund) sites.
  • Dry Cleaners - A Major Source of PCE in Ground Water, 453 KB, PDF (PDF info)
    A staff report of the Well Investigation Program documenting investigations of dry cleaning establishments and tetrachloroethylene (PCE) in soil and groundwater in cities and towns of California's Central Valley, dated 27 March 1992. For additional information contact Duty Officer at (916) 464-4675.

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--Web page updated 04/30/2009