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Public Health Assessment
NAVAL WEAPONS STATION YORKTOWN, CHEATHAM ANNEX
WILLIAMSBURG, YORK COUNTY, VA
CERCLIS NO. VA3170024605


Recommendations
  1. If the Navy is considering removing the restrictions on eating fish from Penniman Lake and Youth Pond, ATSDR recommends that the Navy first analyze fish tissue samples from those two water bodies.
  2. ATSDR recommends that the Navy complete remedial actions necessary to prevent additional waste transport from Site 4 into areas accessible to residents and visitors, particularly Youth Pond.
  3. Children playing by the broken fence near the cabins by the York River could fall from the nearby cliff. To eliminate this safety hazard, ATSDR recommends that the fence be repaired as soon as possible or that other measures be taken to prevent people from coming into contact with these physical hazards.
  4. ATSDR recommends that additional studies and/or remedial actions be considered if redevelopment of areas potentially impacted by Penniman-related activities is planned.

Public Health Action Plan

The Public Health Action Plan (PHAP) for Cheatham Annex contains a brief description of some of the actions that have been taken or will be taken by ATSDR, the Navy, EPA, and VDEQ. The purpose of the PHAP is to ensure that this PHA not only identifies potential and ongoing public health hazards, but provides a plan of action designed to mitigate and prevent adverse human health effects resulting from exposure to hazardous substances in the environment. The public health actions that are completed, ongoing or planned are listed below.

Completed Actions:

  1. In 1999 and 2000, debris present on the beach area along the northeast perimeter of Site 1 was removed. During the summer of 2003, the Navy removed approximately 20,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil, landfill material, and debris from this site. A draft RI was issued in 2002.
  2. In 1998, the Navy removed approximately 200 pounds of surface debris and 13 pounds of sharp metal and plastic items from Site 4 and incinerated them. The Navy investigated the extent of contamination at this site in 2001 and recommended an engineering analysis/cost analysis (EE/CA) be completed to assess ways to remediate this site and prevent buried materials from being washed into nearby ponds. The Navy has also submitted a draft ecological risk assessment for this site.
  3. In 1999, 10 test pits were excavated at Site 7 to try to determine where debris was buried, after which the pits were backfilled.
  4. As a result of a VDEQ and EPA recommendation in 2000, the Navy drafted an ecological risk assessment for Site 9.
  5. In December 1985, the Navy conducted a magnetometer survey at Site 10, but no magnetic anomalies reflecting buried containers were found. The Navy further investigated the site in 1992 and 1997 and is not planning any further work there.
  6. In 1987 and 1997, drums and tanks were removed from Site 11, which had been used to dispose of oil, asphalt, tar, barrels of gasoline, etc. Another approximately 60 tons of material was also removed and disposed of as non-hazardous waste. Surface water, sediment, groundwater, soil gas, and drum samples were collected as part of various site investigations in 1986, 1988, 1992, and 1997. The Navy has submitted a draft ecological risk assessment for this site.
  7. In 1999, a geophysical survey and soil, surface water, and sediment sampling took place at AOC 1.
  8. AOC 2 was investigated in 1998, 1999, and 2001, and hundreds of bottles containing dextrose, as well as 43 empty drums, have been removed and disposed of off site. In addition, an unspecified number of respirator cartridges-but not all-were found and removed.
  9. In 2003, the Navy assigned No Further Response Action Planned status to Sites 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, and 10.

Ongoing or Planned Actions:

  1. The EPA continues to support efforts to evaluate if additional physical hazards exist at CAX due to the historic Penniman activities.
  2. If requested, ATSDR can review additional data after it becomes available, if it is likely to modify any of these health evaluations.
  3. The Navy is planning to release a final draft of a report describing background conditions across CAX.
  4. Ecological risk assessments for several IRP sites will be produced.
  5. The Navy expects to release a final RI for Site 1.
  6. According to the Navy, further investigation and possible removal of sources of contamination may be required at Site 7, and a future investigation is planned.
  7. Surface water and sediment samples have been collected recently at Site 11, but results are not yet available. A draft RI report is in progress, but has not yet been issued.
  8. A limited field investigation is in progress at Site 12, and a report documenting its findings will be produced.
  9. The Navy is planning to investigate contamination at Site 13, which will be addressed jointly with Site 7. Access to much of the debris at this site had been limited by a fence, which was damaged by Hurricane Isabel in September 2003. The hurricane also eroded a cliff, which is about 20 feet above the York River, as a result of which some portions of the fence dangle over eroded portions of the cliff. The Navy plans to repair the fence.
  10. Additional investigation is planned at AOC 1, and the Navy also plans to conduct a limited investigation to evaluate disposal options for contaminated media.
  11. The Navy plans to conduct an EE/CA as part of determining additional actions to take at AOC 2.
  12. AOC 3 is scheduled for an EE/CA and removal action.
  13. An investigation is planned for the Penniman AOC.

Preparers of Report

Susan Neurath, Ph.D.
Environmental Health Scientist
Federal Facilities Assessment Branch
Division of Health Assessment and Consultation

Gary Campbell, Ph.D.
Environmental Health Scientist
Federal Facilities Assessment Branch
Division of Health Assessment and Consultation

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