Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPP)
A Quality Assurance Project Plan, or QAPP, describes the activities of an environmental data operations project involved with the acquisition of environmental information whether generated from direct measurements activities, collected from other sources, or compiled from computerized databases and information systems. The QAPP documents the results of a project’s technical planning process, providing in one place a clear, concise, and complete plan for the environmental data operation and its quality objectives and identifying key project personnel. There are several QAPPs for the Fort Ord cleanup project covering various aspects of the cleanup.
Volume 1 of the QAPP covers soil and water cleanup. The table below lists the related reports. Click on the link to view the latest version of the QAPP.
Volume 2 of the QAPP covers munitions response. The table below lists the related reports. Click on the link to view the latest version of the QAPP.
|Appendix A||Munitions and Explosives of Concern Remedial Action||Final Volume II Munitions Response QAPP, Superfund Response Actions, Former Fort Ord, California Munitions and Explosives of Concern Remedial Action|
|Appendix B||Geophysical Classification for Munitions Response||Final QAPP, Superfund Response Actions, Volume II Munitions Response Appendix B Advanced Geophysical Classification for Munitions Response QAPP Former Fort Ord, California
Field Work Variance No. 009: Addition of procedures for the use of TEMTADS
Field Work Variance No. 012: Revised AGCMR-QAPP SOPs for MetalMapper 2×2 and MetalMapper 2×2 specific Measurement Quality Objectives
|Appendix C||Prescribed Burn Air Monitoring||Final, Quality Assurance Project Plan, Former Fort Ord, California, Volume II, Appendix C, Prescribed Burn Air Monitoring|