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Focus on Cleanup of Puget Sound Toxic Sites (Uplands) (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
07-09-047February 2007
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Author(s) Joe Crossland
Description The cleanup and protection of Puget Sound is critical to the social and economic well-being of the citizens of Washington State. Decades of industrial, municipal, and naturally occurring pollution have taken their toll on the quality, condition, and ecology of Puget Sound. Without intervention now, the condition of Puget Sound will continue to decline. Although the state has made progress in addressing the most contaminated areas of the Sound, other effected areas are unchecked. The objective of this proposal is to restore environmental and economic vitality to the state by focusing comprehensive cleanup on the remaining contaminated sites effecting Puget Sound.
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Keywords Puget Sound, clean up
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WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area PS Puget Sound