EnviroReporter.com has created three powerful interactive timelines to help citizens and government agencies better understand the extend of contamination problems in Runkle Canyon. Here you will find fully substantiated analysis of reports and events. See below for descriptions of our timelines for Complete Runkle Canyon Investigation timeline which includes photographs and video, Critical Runkle Canyon Documents, and Analysis of 41 reports KB Home provided to DTSC.
Complete Runkle Canyon Timeline
This timeline documents efforts to develop Runkle Canyon, which borders the highly contaminated former Rocketdyne facility. The timeline also highlights efforts by Simi Valley citizens to prevent harm to public health, which could happen if Runkle Canyon is developed according to several reports, studies, and investigations. Includes photographs and videos.
Critical Runkle Canyon Documents Timeline
This timeline presents an analysis of information generated by licensed laboratories that should trip DTSC guidelines to precipitate further soil, surface water and subsurface water testing in Runkle Canyon. See summary, focus and materials, and conclusions in timeline and below. This information was submitted to DTSC on July 3, 2008.
Analysis of 41 reports KB Home provided to DTSC Timeline
This timeline analyzes 41 reports that KB Home supplied to DTSC as part of their April 2008 “Voluntary Cleanup Agreement” of Runkle Canyon. DTSC is the lead agency to oversee a new agreement that would clean up the Santa Susana Field Laboratory up to strict EPA Superfund standards. EnviroReporter.com submitted a partial analysis of these documents to DTSC on July 3, 2008 followed by a complete analysis of them on July 6.