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Cleaning Up the Everett Smelter Site - Frequently Asked Questions

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07-09-077aApril 2010
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Author(s) Nancy Lui
Description Between 1999 and 2007, Ecology successfully removed contaminated soils from properties with the highest concentration of contaminants. In 2007 Ecology created maps of 26 yards to choose sampling spots needed to characterize contamination. Ecology has identified properties with contamination, but needs to complete final mapping and sampling to determine in detail what cleanup activities need to be conducted. Ecology is asking property owners and tenants to update and sign access agreements so mapping and sampling of yards can be performed this summer.
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Keywords sampling, cleanup, smelter
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Cleaning Up the Everett Smelter Site - Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about the Everett Smelter Cleanup