The information library maintained by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is the most complete source of studies and investigations. DTSC is one of the three regulatory agencies that oversee environmental cleanup at Alameda Point.
The information library maintained by the Navy has the Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) meeting minutes, as well as various newsletters, fact sheets, overviews, and documents that may not be on the DTSC site.
California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)
To access the DTSC Alameda Point section, click > here.
Then click on the “Activities” tab below Alameda NAS.
To read documents, click on [VIEW DOCS] next to the site listing.
To read about the Petroleum Program and Radiological Program, click the “Sub-Areas” tab, and then choose the area you wish to read about.
Here is the link to the Petroleum Program.
To access the Navy’s Alameda Point cleanup site, click > here.