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Environmental response : True Geothermal Energy Company drill site of geothermal well KA1-1, Puna, Hawaii

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Title:Environmental response : True Geothermal Energy Company drill site of geothermal well KA1-1, Puna, Hawaii
Authors:Brewer Environmental Services
Keywords:KA1-1
Hawaii Island
True Geothermal Energy Company
True/Mid-Pacific Geothermal Venture
emergency plans
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drilling
Hawaii
Big Island
Puna
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LC Subject Headings:Geothermal engineering--Environmental aspects--Hawaii
Environmental impact analysis--Hawaii--Puna
Land use--Environmental aspects--Hawaii--Puna
Date Issued:14 Dec 1995
Publisher:Brewer Environmental Services
Citation:Brewer Environmental Services. 1995. Environmental response : True Geothermal Energy Company drill site of geothermal well KA1-1, Puna, Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Brewer Environmental Services.
Abstract:"Brewer Environmental Services (BES) was retained by True Geothermal Energy Company (hereinafter "True") to document the response action of a release of an unknown quantity of diesel fuel in to the environment. The release occurred over time as a result of overfill practices or leaking equipment around the former location of the 13,000 gallon diesel above ground storage tank (AST.) For this purpose, BES completed the following tasks: inspected and photographed the conditions of the impacted area, screened soil samples for laboratory analysis, and prepared a report detailing all observations, procedures, laboratory results, conclusions and recommendations. The laboratory did not detect concentrations above the DOH guidelines. BES recommends that no further action is necessary to close this release."
"A report prepared for Renee Taylor, Environmental Coordinator, True Geothermal Energy Company"
Pages/Duration:29 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/48117
Appears in Collections: The Geothermal Collection


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