Identified Site Information ISL Search  >> ISL Results  >>
Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Bureau of Environmental Remediation
Identified Sites List Information

Project Code:  C410500054 Site Status: Resolved WITH Restrictions
Site Name:  CENTURY LUBRICANTS    
CERCLIS Number:  KSD002288736    
Other Names:  FUCH'S LUBRICANTS ,FUCHS LUBRICANTS ,TEXTILANA NEASE (HENKEL, INC.)    
Address:  2140 SOUTH 88TH STREET  City:  KANSAS CITY
Zip Code:  66111-1756    
County:  WY  River Basin:  Missouri
Latitude:  39.06125  Longitude:  -94.7846
Program Name:  Voluntary Cleanup  Project Manager:  ROSS, D.
Contaminants:  Inorganic, Other (see Site Narrative)    

Environmental Use Control In Place? Yes
View EUC/IC Information
To view EUC documents, click the link above.
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with requests for some documents. If an attempt to download an individual document from the “Documents/Photos Available” link does not return the expected results, please contact the Project Manager associated with the Identified Site or the Remedial Section at 785-296-1660. We are working to resolve this problem as quickly as possible and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Documents/Photos Available
(Opens in New Window)
Site Narrative:
In July 2000, KDHE found Century Lubricants eligible for the Voluntary Cleanup and Property Redevelopment Program (VCPRP). On August 7, 2000 the Voluntary Agreement was signed by the Secretary at KDHE.  
 
The subject property is formerly known as the Textilana Nease, Kansas City Site which manufactured detergents from middle of the 1960's until about 1980 when it began to manufacture industrial lubricants. Significant levels of residual contamination were found in a couple of the monitoring wells located in the vicinity of the former lined wastewater lagoons and the production building. In addition, benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene, xylenes, phenol and phenolic semi-volatiles were also observed.  
 
The environmental consultant for Century Lubricants conducted a direct-push soil sampling in the vicinity of proposed buildings A and B in February 2001. Based on the analytical results, the environmental consultant developed a work plan for handling the soil removed during the construction activities of the new buildings. KDHE approved the work plan in May of 2001.  
 
In February of 2002, KDHE completed its review of the Century Lubricants VCI work plan. Subsequent responses and additional comments were conducted over the telephone with the consultant from April to October of 2002. Phase I of the field work activities were conducted between October 8-22, 2002 utilizing direct-push technology to delineate the extent of contamination in soil and groundwater at the site. KDHE reviewed the investigation report and suggested that a meeting between KDHE, Century and the consultant was needed to discuss some major unresolved concerns. As a result, a meeting in May of 2003 occurred with the following concerns discussed: 1. Addressing surface spills throughout the site. 2. Delineating toluene and xylenes contamination in soil and groundwater under the north side of the building. 3. Delineating the off-site, north of the site. 4. Delineating groundwater contamination off-site near the west central side of the property line. 5. Delineating elevated arsenic levels present in surficial and subsurface soils in former unlined lagoon and lined lagoon.  
 
Century Lubricants have been doing an internal review to determine their best course of action which may involve a transfer of the site to the State Cooperative Unit. Negotiations on an agreement between KDHE and Century Lubricants are currently underway. Fuchs decided to stay in the VCPRP. Currently, groundwater has been delineated; however, soil has not. An interim remedial action was approved 1/30/07 that included the installation of a SVE system. A VCI Work Plan was approved 10/30/08 to complete soil delineation.  
 
Interim remedial measure SVE/AS system was in operation until January 2017. . It was recommended that remaining subsurface soil contamination in PSA-4 and PSA-3 be managed using a combination of Environmental Use Control(s) (EUCs) for on-Site soil contamination and a Risk Management Plan (RMP) for off-Site soil contamination.  
 
In June 2017, the final groundwater monitoring reports were received and the analytical results indicated that concentrations of COC’s remaining in groundwater were stable to decreasing.  
 
The Risk Management Program (RMP) Agreement (RMPA) (#18-RMP-0003) was executed on January 31, 2019, and included the area where concentrations of COCs above the cleanup standards in soil and groundwater have previously been identified.  
 
The Environmental Use Control Agreement (EUCA) (#18-EUC-0006) was executed on February 6, 2019, and included a Soil Waste Management Plan (SWMP). The boundary of the EUC encompasses the northern portion of the Site.  
 
All requirements of the VCPRP have been met and a No Further Action determination has been issued for the Site.

Legal Description:
 Township
 Range
 Section
 Parcel  Description
 11
 24E
 30
 059300400300100001  SW of the SE

Actions Completed:
 Activity Type  Activity
 Start
Completed
 PRP IDENTIFICATION/NEGOTIATION  Voluntary Agreement    08/07/2000
 INVESTIGATION  Phased Investigation  10/21/2009  04/07/2010
 INVESTIGATION  Voluntary Cleanup Investigation (VCI)  08/27/2001  05/24/2012
 REMEDIAL DESIGN  Voluntary Cleanup Plan  04/21/2017  03/29/2019
 REMEDIAL ACTION  VCP Plan Implementation    03/29/2019
 SITE ACTIONS COMPLETE  NFA Letter with EUC Issued    04/22/2019

Actions Underway:
 Activity Type  Activity
 Start
Completed
       

Actions Proposed:
 Activity Type  Activity
 Start
Completed
 EVALUATION OF REMEDIAL ALTERNATIVES  Voluntary Cleanup Proposal  09/12/2005  




Map of Identified Site
(One-mile radius circle around selected site)

Click here for interactive map.