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Toxics Control Accounts Appropriation Recommendations for the 2001 - 2003 Biennium (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
00-01-004September 2000
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Author(s) Leslie Romer
Description This report, which is required by RCW 70.105D.030(3), describes the appropriation recommendations for funds from the State and Local Toxics Control Accounts for activities to cleanup, manage and prevent the generation of hazardous wastes. (These activities are carried out by the Washington State Departments of Ecology, Agriculture and Health, and the Washington State Patrol.)
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Keywords hazardous substance tax, Toxics Control Account, cost recovery, recommendations, Local Toxics Control Account, Model Toxic Control Act, hazardous waste, toxics, health, cleanup, toxic, waste, underground storage tank, UST, solid waste, State Toxics Control Account, public participation grant, Remedial Action Grants, pesticide, MTCA, nuclear waste, oil spill, leaking underground storage tanks, hazardous materials, grant, drug lab, contaminated sediment, contaminated site, agriculture