Appendix A - Kennecott Site Environmental Investigation Project

Appendix A 508 accessible electronic documents are available to view and download using the highlighted links below. The documents that don't have links are available by request. Email your request to Kennecott_CERCLA@nps.gov or by mail at the following address. Please specify the documents you would like and provide your email and mailing address.

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1. National Park Service. 1996. Kennicott Pre-Acquisition Environmental Site Assessment. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, December.

2. Kay, Simon and Robert E. Miller. 1990. Kennicott – A Hazardous Waste Audit.

3. Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). 1992. Preliminary Assessment Report for Kennicott Mine Site, Kennicott, Alaska.

4. National Park Service. 1997. Statement of Work and Schedule Actions to be taken by the National Park Service at the Kennicott National Historic Landmark, Mitigation of Hazardous Material Issues.

5. National Park Service. 1997. Kennicott National Historic Landmark: Integrated Emergency Stabilization and Lead-Based Management Program, July.

6. National Park Service. 1999. Kennecott National Historic Landmark Hazardous Material Issues Work Plan, June 8.

7. America North/EMCON, Inc. 1992. Kennicott Mine Site Investigation Final Report, Volumes 1 and 2.

8. EMCON Alaska, Inc. 1995. 1994 Remediation Activities Report, Kennicott Mine, Kennicott, Alaska, January 31.

9. Geoengineers. 2006. April 4. Summary and Recommendations for Kennecott Mine Historical Hydrocarbon Releases.

10. Roy F. Weston, Inc. 1995. Site Inspection Report, Kennicott Mine, Kennicott, Alaska.

11. Hart Crowser. 2002. Limited Hazardous Materials Survey, Former Kennecott Mining Town, Kennecott, Alaska. Prepared for National Park Service, May 10.

12. U.S. Public Health Service, Federal Occupational Health. 2003. Lead and Arsenic Employee Exposure Assessment, Former Kennecott Mine Town, Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve, Kennicott, Alaska, August 11.

13. Federal Occupational Health. 2005. Asbestos and Lead in Soil Survey, Kennecott Mining Town, Kennecott, Alaska, February.

14. Shields, Mike. 2011. Blasting Caps at Kennecott, Draft for discussion, October 11, 2011.

15. Hart Crowser, Inc. 2002. Limited Hazardous Building Materials Survey, Former Kennecott Mining Town, Kennecott, Alaska.

16. SGS North America, Inc. 2010. Laboratory Analysis Report, Work Order 1101090, 1010 East Bunkhouse.

17. Shields, Mike. 2013. Blasting Caps Diagram, May 10.

18. White Environmental Consultants, Inc. 2015. Hazardous Materials Management Plan, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Copper Center, AK 99573, October 27.

19. SH Alaska. 2015. Report of Records and Data Review – National Park Service, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Historic Kennecott Mine Town Site.

20. National Park Service. 2015. Kennecott Timeline: September 2015– Lead Paint Mitigation and Asbestos Abatement.

21. Shields, Mike. 2015. Trip Report: Kennecott Mill Site, June 8–12, 2015.

22. White Environmental Consultants, Inc. 2015. Final Report: Kennecott National Historic Landmark Soil Sampling Supplemental Services, August 20.

Last updated: June 30, 2021

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