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Upriver Dam PCB Sediments Site

Publication number Date Published
02-09-073October 2002
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Author(s) Carol Bergin
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology is proposing to enter into a Consent Decree to perform a Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study at this site. Ecology invites the public to review and comment on the draft documents from October 25, through November 23, 2002.

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Keywords Remedial Investigation, feasibility study, consent decree, investigation, sediment, PCBs
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