Site 00025075 - WP-13 Work Point Road Filll Near CRDD WWTP

  • Status

    Historical review planned.
  • Site Status

    Suspected
  • Classification

Site Details

  • Reporting Organization

  • Reason for Involvement

    Federal Real Property
  • Property Type

    Federal (DFRP Property Number 17402)

Site Location

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  • Latitude, Longitude

    48.420371, -123.39776
  • Municipality

    Esquimalt, BC
  • Federal Electoral District

    Esquimalt--Saanich--Sooke

Site Management Strategy

  • Assessment

Contaminant Details

Contamination Estimate

The following contaminated media may exist on the site:

Contaminant Type Medium Type
Metal, metalloid, and organometallic Not Available

Population

This table contains the population estimates at distances around the site.

Radius Population
1 km8,957
5 km142,241
10 km307,358
25 km395,185
50 km517,673

Financial/Annual Information

2021-2022

  • Reporting Organization

    National Defence
  • Internal Identifier

    0448-C031
  • Highest Step Completed

    01 Identify Suspect Sites
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Actual Cubic Meters Remediated

    0 m3
  • Actual Hectares Remediated

    0 ha
  • Actual Tons Remediated

    0 t
  • Closed

    No

2020-2021

  • Reporting Organization

    National Defence
  • Internal Identifier

    0448-C031
  • Highest Step Completed

    01 Identify Suspect Sites
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Actual Cubic Meters Remediated

    0 m3
  • Actual Hectares Remediated

    0 ha
  • Actual Tons Remediated

    0 t
  • Closed

    No