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Everett Smelter Site –2007 Soil Cleanup FINAL NEWSLETTER #14

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07-09-078n November 2007
VIEW NOW Everett Smelter Site –2007 Soil Cleanup FINAL NEWSLETTER #14 (Number of pages: 1) (Publication Size: 60KB)
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Author(s) Nancy Lui
Description Ecology’s contractor, Wyser Construction, Inc. began cleanup work at the 10 homes located on the east side of Bridgeway in Everett, WA on May 21, 2007. The cleanup will remove and dispose of accessible soil contaminated with arsenic and lead. Soil is accessible if it is not under the house, paved driveways and walkways, or patios. All accessible contaminated soil with arsenic levels above 20 mg/Kg that is within one foot of the surface will be removed and replaced with clean topsoil.
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Keywords soil, smelter, clean up
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