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Georgia-Pacific West - Proposed Interim Cleanup Ready for Public Review

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11-09-125June 2011
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Author(s) Brad Petrovich
Description Ecology is announcing a proposed interim cleanup of portions of the Georgia-Pacific West cleanup site at 300 W. Laurel Street in Bellingham. The interim action will remove mercury-contaminated building materials, and soils with high levels of mercury and petroleum, from certain areas of the site and dispose of them at an approved upland landfill. Construction is scheduled to occur in two phases: petroleum soils in the fall of 2011 and mercury materials and soil in the spring of 2012. Public meeting will be held July 12; public comments will be accepted July 5 through August 3, 2011. Find site information at:
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Keywords public comment period, public meeting, Agreed Order, cleanup, soil contamination, mercury, MTCA
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