Top 5 Current Topics
The purpose of the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is for Hinkley residents and community leaders to advise, share concerns with, and provide direct input into the Hinkley Groundwater Remediation Program.
Phone number for IRP Manager: 714.388.1800
Independent Review Panel (IRP) Manager
In March 2012, Project Navigator, Ltd. of Brea, CA was selected as the IRP Manager. The IRP Manager provides technical assistance, regarding PG&E’s groundwater remediation program, to the Hinkley community and the CAC.
A summary of the IRP Manager’s duties include:
- Technical liaison
- Review, interpret and communicate on PG&E, water board, etc, work products
- Respond to community technical inquiries
- Administrative tasks
- Identify and help select additional technical experts for the community
- Manage assembled technical expertise
- Establish and manage a local project information repository
February 6, 2015
Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board staff released a proposed Cleanup and Abatement Order
December 18, 2014
Arcadis wins an environmental award for work on Hinkley CA project
November 14, 2014
PNL staff continue to provide stakeholder communication and management services at Hinkley
September 11, 2014
IRP Manager Comments on Former Waste Pit TEM
September 10, 2014
Lahontan Water Board, PG&E and IRP Manager Present Updates on the Latest Activities Concerning Chromium Contamination at Hinkley
Former Waste Pit Groundwater InvestigationInformation regarding the former waste pit in the Western area.
Groundwater Monitoring and Plume MapsFind out more about the groundwater monitoring and sampling activities at the Hinkley site.
Whole House Water Treatment ProgramDownload PG&E’s recently-released report regarding the Whole House Water Replacement Program.
In Situ Reactive Zone (IRZ)Learn about the remedy in place to treat and remove the Cr6 source from the Hinkley groundwater.
Agricultural Remediation UnitsLearn about the Agricultural Remediation Units (Ag Units) that are being used to extract Cr6 from groundwater.
Background StudyDefining the background level for Cr6 in California