Ecology Publications & Forms
Olympic Sculpture Park/Former Unocal Terminal: Cleanup and Transformation (Historical)
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|This fact sheet described the conversion of the former Unocal Marketing Terminal on Seattle’s waterfront into the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park, demonstrating the capacity of Washington’s Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) to transform seriously contaminated land into fresh and constructive use.
|This 2006 document has been made obsolete and is no longer available online. You can still request a copy through Ecology's library.
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