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Smith Maas Site - Emergency Enforcement Order Issued to Eliminate Exposure to Contaminated Groundwater

Publication number Date Published
10-09-006February 2010
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Author(s) Frosti Smith
Description The Smith Maas Site is located on the southeastern bank of the Columbia River at 22841 US Highway 97, Orondo, Washington, Douglas County. A single family residence is located on the property. Testing has revealed contaminants above state cleanup levels. The most likely source is an underground storage tank which formerly supplied home heating oil to the house and is within 50 feet of the well. Ecology has issued an Emergency Enforcement Order to both the current and former owner requiring them to provide commercially-available bottled drinking water to anyone occupying property. Ecology is asking for your comments on the
Emergency Enforcement Order. Comments will be accepted February 11 through March 15, 2010.

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Keywords enforcement order, public comment period, groundwater contamination
FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 19087