The Fairbanks Areawide Industrial Reclamation (FAIR) project began as a pilot-scale study in 2001 to investigate the potential for managing contaminated sites on an areawide basis.This approach has allowed the Contaminated Sites Program to address contamination at multiple sites as a whole instead of as individual sites The tasks common to individual cleanups, such as site assessment, data collection, risk assessment, and modeling, have been conducted to the whole area, with the help of Geographical Information Services (GIS).They did not age wood before using it back then; they built with green wood.With this information we know the house was built between 16, with parts of the house most likely livable within the first year.This is a large part of why the house still stands today.
Instead, he hired a master carpenter and a master mason, people who knew what they was doing, to build the house for him. I grew up and live in a cold climate so I know how to drive on slick roads. They had summer tires on a car in Fairbanks, Alaska during the winter. When I checked the car back in the woman at the counter didn't seem to understand that it was a problem.Data can be shared, eliminating redundancy, and issues of co-mingling contaminant plumes can be more easily resolved among multiple responsible parties and landowners.DEC uses areawide investigations to be proactive and solution-oriented as we fulfill our duties common to all contaminated sites cleanups: delineating the nature and extent of contamination, evaluate the risks to current and future land users, achieve consistent reporting, and protect current and future land users through land and activity controls if contamination must remain after cleanup.