Our team wants a safe cleanup for the community, and we have implemented actions to directly address concerns about odor and dust.
There are multiple layers of safety measures and protocols in place for the local community, including expanded air monitoring, taller barriers next to residential streets, and use of new products and technologies.
Public health and safety have always been a priority for the project. Because odor can be generated by compounds below detectable public health levels, a sitewide odor analysis was conducted to scientifically determine areas where additional measures can be used to neutralize or mitigate potential odor during excavation and grading before it becomes a neighborhood concern.
We funded and continue to provide technical briefings and Site inspections for a third-party technical expert, hired and managed by the City of Huntington Beach, to help keep local officials and the community informed. With the lead oversight agency, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, we’re working with key parties, the City of Huntington Beach, the South Coast Air Quality Management District, local schools, and neighbors.
We’re committed to ensuring this important environmental cleanup is completed safely.