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As a sub-consultant to the United States Forest Service, Clearwater Revival Company engineers prepared permit applications and operation and maintenance plans to enable treated groundwater to be used as an irrigation supply. The Fire Fighting Station located in the Klamath National Forest had lost the use of its drinking water supply well following the release of several thousand gallons of gasoline. A groundwater extraction and treatment system together with soil vapor extraction were proposed as the preferred cleanup alternative to restore groundwater quality.

The Fire Fighting Station operated its own Sewage Treatment Plant. The large volume of treated groundwater exceeded the capacity of the sewage treatment plant's evaporation ponds. The Waste Discharge Requirements allowed treated groundwater to a irrigate a pasture that was used for helicopter landings.

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