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The Anodyne Superfund site is located within the Sunshine State Industrial State Park in northern Miami-Dade County, that consists of a mixture of industrial, commercial, and residential land. According to the record of decision (ROD) for the Anodyne site dated June 1993, the contaminants of concern (COCs) for the site include chlorinated solvents, specifically tetrachloroethene (PCE), trichloroethylene (TCE), cis/trans-1,2- dichloroethene (cDCE/tDCE), and vinyl chloride (VC). Additionally, inorganic COCs include lead, chromium, and nickel.

Northwind Jacobs Joint Venture (NJJV) is currently at the forefront of environmental cleanup and remediation efforts at the Anodyne Superfund Site, undertaking a comprehensive range of services. NJJV's activities encompass site surveying, site specific plans including SAP, HASP and RA Work Plan, installation of monitoring and bioremediation injection wells, groundwater sampling and reporting, injection of bioremediation reagents, and the management and disposal of investigation-derived waste.

NJJV's proactive approach involves the installation of 29 new groundwater monitoring wells at key locations, and their utilization of quarterly monitoring data to optimize the effectiveness of the initial injection program and target lingering concentrations within contaminant plumes. The injection wells, totaling 59, are designed to achieve the project's remediation goals, with adjustments made during installation based on borehole logs to enhance injection flow rates and distribution in the aquifer.

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