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NW Pipeline Station Hood River - Removal from the Hazardous Sites List

Publication number Date Published
10-09-003January 2010
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Author(s) Frosti Smith
Description Ecology is proposing to remove the NW Pipeline Station Hood River Site from the Hazardous Sites List. The Hazardous Sites List is a statewide list of contaminated properties. The Site is currently ranked a “5” on the list. Sites can be ranked from “1” to “5.” A rank of “1” is the
highest level of environmental concern compared to other sites on the list, and a rank of “5” is the lowest. The site is on Hwy 14 in Bingen and is currently a gas pipeline meter station. Public comments will be accepted January 15 through February 15, 2010.

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Keywords hazardous sites list, public comment period, no further action, cleanup
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