TASK Environmental, Inc. was contracted by the St. Johns River Water Management District (District) to conduct remedial activities at the Lust Airstrip site.  The site was formerly used as a runway and support facility for the aerial application of pesticides for vegetable farms in the vicinity.  The site clean-up is part of the District's Lake Apopka Restoration Project. TASK staff collected more than 350 soil samples for contamination delineation, waste characterization, and clean-up confirmation.  Laboratory analytical and GPS data were used in conjunction with GIS software to create very precise boundaries for excavation. Approximately 10,500 tons of pesticide-contaminated soil were removed from the site and disposed of as non-hazardous waste.