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Rayonier Mill Off-Property Soil Dioxin Study
Rayonier Mill Off-Property Soil Dioxin Study (Number of pages: 4) (Publication Size: 417KB)
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|The Washington State Department of Ecology is planning a study to look at whether dioxins were deposited in surface soils downwind of the former Rayonier Mill in Port Angeles. Past soil testing in the community near the mill has found very low levels of dioxins. However, it is currently unknown if those levels are associated with the former mill, some other sources, or simply background levels. The draft Soil Sampling Plan is available for public comment June 30 through July 30, 2008.
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