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Oroville Landfill Site - Proposed Removal from Hazardous Sites List

Publication number Date Published
11-09-003January 2011
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Author(s) Frosti Smith
Description The Department of Ecology is proposing to remove the Oroville Landfill Site (on the Oroville-Nighthawk Hwy, Oroville) from the state Hazardous Sites List. This is a statewide list of contaminated properties. The landfill is ranked a 5 on the list. A rank of 1 is the highest level of environmental concern compared to other sites, and a rank of 5 is the lowest. Public comments will be accepted January 13 through February 14, 2011.
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Keywords hazardous sites list, public comment period, PAHs, pesticide, landfill, groundwater contamination, herbicide
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