Site 38010001 - Victoria Junction (Main Pile)

  • Status

    Remediation / risk management completed. Confirmatory sampling underway.
  • Site Status

    Active
  • Classification

    High Priority for Action

Site Details

Site Location

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  • Latitude, Longitude

    46.177053, -60.115263
  • Municipality

    Cape Breton, NS
  • Federal Electoral District

    Sydney--Victoria

Contaminant Details

Contamination Estimate

  • Cubic Meters

    1

The following contaminated media was identified on the site:

Contaminant Type Medium Type
Metal, metalloid, and organometallic Soil

Action Plan

Continue to Implement the Site Management Plan including inspection as a preventative measure to ensure cap integrity; Inspection includes environmental performance monitoring and geotechnical stability assessment to measure and assess the effectiveness of the risk management plan.This is a large pile with a complex cover using high density polethylene line to minimize infiltration. Side slopes require continued inspection and active maintenance of landscape to maintain stability of the cover. Continue to collect and treat the ARD leachate that is exiting the base of the waste rock pile and discharge treated water to CCME FWAL guidelines.

Population

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

Radius Population
1 km129
5 km4,082
10 km57,570
25 km158,153
50 km172,890

Summary of Annually Reported Data

Total Expenditures

  • Remediation

    $892,404.30

Financial/Annual Information

2021-2022

  • Reporting Organization

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    08 Implement Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $90,274.62
  • 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

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    08 Implement Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $298,993.16
  • 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

2019-2020

  • Reporting Organization

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    08 Implement Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $73,274.86
  • 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

2018-2019

  • Reporting Organization

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    08 Implement Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $90,428.67
  • 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

2017-2018

  • Reporting Organization

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    08 Implement Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $109,333.46
  • 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

2016-2017

  • Reporting Organization

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    08 Implement Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $97,047.91
  • Total Care Maintenance Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Care Maintenance 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

2015-2016

  • Reporting Organization

    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    Atlantic-CBO 38010001
  • Highest Step Completed

    07 Develop Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $133,051.62
  • Total Care Maintenance Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Care Maintenance 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