Los Angeles Data Center
Thousands of gallons of gasoline were released from an underground storage tank system at the Los Angeles Data Center. The site investigation included interim remedial measures to protect structures and employees, such as installation of an automated hydrocarbon sensing system and foundation probes to monitor indoor building spaces. Additional assessments used soil vapor surveys, pilot extraction tests, and tank/pipeline integrity tests. Following the feasibility study, a vacuum-enhanced recovery system removed more than 8,000 gallons of gasoline from soil and groundwater.