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Cadet Manufacturing and Port of Vancouver Building 2220

Publication number Date Published
11-09-112December 2011
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Author(s) Craig Rankine
Description The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) and the Port of Vancouver (port) are continuing to investigate and clean up contaminated groundwater beneath the port and the Fruit Valley Neighborhood (FVN). This update contains information about: The groundwater pump and treat system; The most recent air, soil gas and groundwater sampling; Shutting down vapor vacuum systems in six homes; Decommissioning treatment wells in part of the Fruit Valley Neighborhood; What happens next.
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Keywords trichloroethylene, soil vapors, contaminated groundwater, clean up
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FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 85381664


Partial Cleanup Plan Comment Period Port of Vancouver (Cadet/Swan) NuStar Site

Cadet Manufacturing and Port of Vancouver Building 2220