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Brownfield Cleanup Program: Draft Investigation Work Plan

DEC Site# C224212
Location: 1640 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn 11210
NYC Agency / Project Mgr: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)
Project Start Date: Winter 2016

To view DEC project #C224212 flyer & site map, click here.

 

Draft Investigation Work Plan for Brownfield Site Available for Public Comment

The public is invited to comment on a draft work plan being reviewed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) to investigate the 1640 Flatbush Avenue site (“site”) located at 1640 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. Please click here for additional details and a site location map.
Draft Investigation Work Plan

The draft investigation work plan, called a “Remedial Investigation Work Plan,” was submitted to NYSDEC under New York’s Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP). The investigation will be performed by 1640 Flatbush Owner LLC (“applicant(s)”) with oversight by NYSDEC and the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH).
How to Comment

NYSDEC is accepting written comments about the draft investigation work plan for 30 days, from October 28, 2016 through November 27, 2016. The proposed plan is available for review at the Community Board 14 District Office. Please submit comments to the NYSDEC project manager listed under Project-Related Questions.
Highlights of the Proposed Site Investigation

The investigation will define the nature and extent of contamination in soil, soil vapor and groundwater on the site. The investigation will also determine if contamination is entering the site from upgradient sources, and/or leaving the site and potentially impacting off-site receptors.
Next Steps

NYSDEC will consider public comments, revise the plan as necessary, and approve the work plan. NYSDOH must concur with the plan. The approved work plan will be made available to the public (see “Where to Find Information” below). After the work plan is approved, the activities detailed in the work plan will be implemented.
Where to Find Information

Project documents are available at the following location(s) to help the public stay informed.

Brooklyn Community Board 14
Attn: Alvin M. Berk, Chairman
810 East 16th Street
Brooklyn, NY -11230
phone: 718-859-6357

Brooklyn Public Library – Clinton Hill Branch
380 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY -11238
phone: 718-398-8713

Brooklyn Public Library – Walt Whitman Branch
93 Saint Edwards Street
Brooklyn, NY -11205
phone: 718-935-0244

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Have site information such as this fact sheet sent right to your email inbox. NYSDEC invites you to sign up with one or more contaminated sites’ county email listservs available at the following web page: http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/61092.html It’s quick, it’s free, and it will help keep you better informed.