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Focus on 07-09-Remedial Action Grants in the Puget Sound

Publication number Date Published
07-09-048March 2007
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Author(s) Joe Crossland
Description Washington contains hundreds of hazardous waste sites that threaten the state’s water resources, including public drinking water. Many of our municipal landfills are currently or potentially hazardous waste sites and present serious threats to human health and the environment. The costs of eliminating these threats are often beyond the financial means of local governments and ratepayers. Based upon certain criteria, grants are made to local governments to clean up these publicly owned contaminated sites.
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Keywords Puget Sound, Remedial Action Grants