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Tinkham Garage Superfund National Priorities List (NPL) Site

EPA Identifier: NHD062004569
CERCLIS ID: NHD062004569
Location:
42.860831, -71.351111

Address:
ROUTE 102
Londonderry, NH

Final Date: 19830908


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Programs: {CERCLIS,ICIS,RC
Program Interests:
FORMAL ENFORCEMENT ACTION, SUPER

Site Summary:
Federal Register Notice:  September 08, 1983

Conditions at listing (December 1982): The Tinkham Garage Site covers about 25 acres in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The open and wooded land is bordered by residential and agricultural land. During the 1970s, oil, oily materials, washings from septic tank trucks, and other substances were discharged on the site. In May 1978, the State ordered the site owner to prevent further degradation of surface water and ground water. In November 1981, EPA detected chemicals in ground water at the site. In October 1982, volatile organic chemicals were identified in surface water and ground water in areas adjacent to the site. The State confirmed these results independently.

Status (July 1983): In early 1983, wells of the Londonderry Green Apartment complex and several other private wells were closed due to contamination. CERCLA emergency funds ($150,000) were made available to truck in bottled and bulk water. A line to the Town of Derry's municipal well will be constructed as a permanent source of uncontaminated water.

EPA has completed a Remedial Action Master Plan outlining the investigations needed to determine the full extent of cleanup required at the site. Now EPA and the State are negotiating a Cooperative Agreement for further cleanup.

Institutional Controls:
Media Where IC Applies
(Multiple entries where more than one pathway is impacted)
Restriction Type Instrument
expand Ground Water
Establish Ground Water Management Zone
1. The permittee shall not violate Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards adopted by the Department (N.H. Admin. Rules Env-Or 600) in groundwater outside the boundaries of the Groundwater Management Zone, as shown on the referenced site plan. 2. The permittee shall not cause groundwater degradation that results in a violation of surface water quality standards (N.H. Admin. Rules Env-Ws 1700) in any surface water body.
 
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Document Effective, Implementation  November 27, 2007  [20 pages, 397.7Kb   ]
 
Ground Water
Limit Ground Water Use Activities
(pp. 5-6) Subject to the following covenants and restrictions: 12.1 Grantee, its successors and assigns, shall not utilize the groundwater located on or under the Property for drinking water purposes and shall not install, build or utilize any existing or now extraction wells on the Property. 12.2 ... (c) Grantee, it successors and assigns shall not interfere with, modify, damage or disturb any existing monitoring or extraction wells on the Property (of which there are currently nine (9) monitonng wells and three (3) extraction wells) and the existing groundwater conveyance system (except as provided in subsection (b) above) except with the prior written consent of EPA and the PRPs and shall restore any such wells and conveyance system in the event of damage or injury to said wells or system. The Grantor, PRPs, EPA and the State of New Hampshire are hereby granted the right to maintain, upgrade, replace and add to said wells and groundwater conveyance system on the Property for purposes described in said Consent Decree. 12.3 The above referenced covenants and restrictions are perpetual and shall run with the land.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  January 09, 2001  [6 pages, 361.7Kb   ]
 
Ground Water
Prohibit Ground Water Well Installation/Construction
(pp. 5-6) Subject to the following covenants and restrictions: 12.1 Grantee, its successors and assigns, shall not utilize the groundwater located on or under the Property for drinking water purposes and shall not install, build or utilize any existing or now extraction wells on the Property. 12.2 ... (c) Grantee, it successors and assigns shall not interfere with, modify, damage or disturb any existing monitoring or extraction wells on the Property (of which there are currently nine (9) monitonng wells and three (3) extraction wells) and the existing groundwater conveyance system (except as provided in subsection (b) above) except with the prior written consent of EPA and the PRPs and shall restore any such wells and conveyance system in the event of damage or injury to said wells or system. The Grantor, PRPs, EPA and the State of New Hampshire are hereby granted the right to maintain, upgrade, replace and add to said wells and groundwater conveyance system on the Property for purposes described in said Consent Decree. 12.3 The above referenced covenants and restrictions are perpetual and shall run with the land.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  January 09, 2001  [6 pages, 361.7Kb   ]
 
Ground Water
Prohibit Any Activity that May Disturb the Integrity of an Engineering Control
(pp. 5-6) Subject to the following covenants and restrictions: 12.1 Grantee, its successors and assigns, shall not utilize the groundwater located on or under the Property for drinking water purposes and shall not install, build or utilize any existing or now extraction wells on the Property. 12.2 ... (c) Grantee, it successors and assigns shall not interfere with, modify, damage or disturb any existing monitoring or extraction wells on the Property (of which there are currently nine (9) monitonng wells and three (3) extraction wells) and the existing groundwater conveyance system (except as provided in subsection (b) above) except with the prior written consent of EPA and the PRPs and shall restore any such wells and conveyance system in the event of damage or injury to said wells or system. The Grantor, PRPs, EPA and the State of New Hampshire are hereby granted the right to maintain, upgrade, replace and add to said wells and groundwater conveyance system on the Property for purposes described in said Consent Decree. 12.3 The above referenced covenants and restrictions are perpetual and shall run with the land.
 
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Document Issuance, Implementation  January 09, 2001  [6 pages, 361.7Kb   ]