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US Timber, Craigmont ID

Site where Two 10,000 gal USTs were apparently decommissioned in the 1980’s, but no records were kept at the time.

1997-Wyatt Engineering conducted an Environmental Site Assessment.

October 2005-USKH Inc conducted a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment.

November 2005-A 10,000 gal diesel UST was decommissioned and removed by Roach Construction. Soil samples were collected and delivered to Anatek Labs. The results of the lab tests show all concentrations were below the Idaho Initial Default Target Levels.

January 2006-Tribe provided oversight while USKH, Inc. completed their Environmental Site Assessment. USKA reported with the following concerns:

  • A 1000 gal AST needs to be brought into compliance or decommissioned and removed.
  • Used oil stored on site needs to be properly disposed.
  • If buildings are to be removed, asbestos testing should be conducted; i.e. tile, linoleum and roofing materials.

February 2006-Owner requested EPA grant permanent closure.

March 2006-EPA issued a No Further Action letter.

July 2010-Clearwa

A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) was conducted to document the condition of the site, check the AST area for signs of leakage, or suspected locations of remaining UST’s. The tanks were removed while Channel Lumber Company owned the property and before the site was sold to U.S. Timber Company, but no documentation was collected at that time, and none is available now. US Timber ceased operations in 1998. Currently the site is home to Ende Machine and Foundary

1980 Two 10,000 gal USTs were apparently decommissioned but no records were kept at the time.

1997-Wyatt Engineering conducted an Environmental Site Assessment.

October 2005-USKH Inc conducted a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment.

November 2005-A 10,000 gal diesel UST was decommissioned and removed by Roach Construction. Soil samples were collected and delivered to Anatek Labs. The results of the lab tests show all concentrations were below the Idaho Initial Default Target Levels.

January 2006-Tribe provided oversight while USKH, Inc. completed their Environmental Site Assessment. USKA reported with the following concerns:

  • A 1000 gal AST needs to be brought into compliance or decommissioned and removed.

Used oil stored on site needs to be properly disposed.

If buildings are to be removed, asbestos testing should be conducted; i.e. tile, linoleum and roofing materials.

February 2006-Owner requested EPA grant permanent closure.

March 2006-EPA issued a No Further Action letter.

July 2010-Clearwater Economic Development Association finalized purchase of 20 acre site.

June 2011-Ende Machine Foundry, a precision cast lost foam foundry, opens.

Work funded by US Timber.

Site suitable for unrestricted use.