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Pump & Treat System TRACKER* Water Treated EDB Removed
As of 11/06/17 297.6 Million Gallons Water Treated 81.77 grams EDB Removed

 

Nov. 14, 2017 Public Meeting and Technical Deep Dive Discussion: Beginning at 5:00 p.m. interested community members are invited to participate in a technical “Deep Dive” discussion, where risk assessment experts will present the BFF risk assessment, followed by a question and answer period. To attend, please register here: https://www.portageinc.com/apps/kafb, so staff may plan for adequate resources and materials to support the community dialogue. Registration is open until November 8, 2017.
Community members not attending the technical “Deep Dive” may also converse with Air Force and NMED technical experts at a brief 5:30-6 p.m. poster session. The main meeting presentation runs from 6 to 8:00 p.m. and includes a project status update, and overview of the NMED 2018 Strategic Plan, followed by a question and answer period.
If you would like additional information, please contact 377th Air Base Wing Public Affairs at 505-846-5991 or by email, 377ABW.PA@us.af.mil, or the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Public Affairs at 866-725-7617, or by email, afcec.pa@us.af.mil.

Remediation in Action!

Welcome to the project web site for the Kirtland Air Force Base jet fuel plume remediation efforts.

This web site provides information about the remediation work being done to address the jet fuel leak that was first detected at Kirtland AFB’s Bulk Fuels Facility in 1999. The U.S. Air Force is conducting this work under the regulation of the New Mexico Environment Department to identify the full scope of the leak (plume characterization), to conduct certain interim remediation and containment efforts (interim measure), and to propose and implement a final remedy for soil and groundwater contamination remediation. While the final recommendation for the remedy will be forthcoming as part of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) process, interim measures are in place to remove fuel-related contaminants.

In order to ensure that Albuquerque’s drinking water remains unaffected by this plume, well monitoring in the area and interim remediation efforts are currently in progress. In addition, contingency plans are being developed should any drinking water production wells become threatened in the future.

Project Team:

U.S. Air Force
New Mexico Environment Department, https://www.env.nm.gov/kafbfuelplume/
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District

Stay Informed!

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The Kirtland AFB Fuel Plume Remediation website (www.kirtlandjetfuelremediation.com) is an authorized external site produced by Neptune and Company under contract to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of Kirtland AFB. Content is reviewed and approved by the Kirtland AFB Public Affairs Office.

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What's New

Second Quarterly Pre-Remedy Monitoring and Site Investigation Report for April - June 2017 is available under Project Documents.


Pre-Remedy Monitoring and Site Investigation Reports are also available under Project Documents.

The RCRA Facility Investigation Report and Risk Assessment documents are available under Project Documents: Project Documents


Link to the Kirtland Jet Fuel Remediation overview video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYvEg1_fDJ8


Meeting agenda and presentation, along with the poster session posters, are available under Public Meetings.


Project-related information sheets such as basic project information and gardening information are available under Project Documents Project Documents.

Calendar of Events

Public Meeting: November 14, 2017; 5-8:30pm; African American Performing Arts Center. 310 San Pedro NE, Albuquerque NM.