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Bremerton School District Crownhill Elementary School Site

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10-09-184October 2010
VIEW NOW Bremerton School District Crownhill Elementary School Site (Number of pages: 4) (Publication Size: 379KB)
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Author(s) Nancy Lui
Description The Bremerton School District Crownhill Elementary School is at 1500 Rockey Point, Bremerton, WA. WA State Department of Ecology invites you to review the Draft Agreed Order and the Draft Public Participation Plan. The site was originally used for the mining of sand and gravel during the 1930s. The resulting mining pits were used as a landfill for materials including municipal and industrial wastes. During site preparation for a new school, soils were identified as known or suspected contaminated soils. Ecology will accept public comments from October 22 to November 22, 2010.

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Keywords public comment period, Remedial Investigation, feasibility study, Agreed Order, landfill, contaminated soil
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