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SeaTac Development Site (fact sheet includes summary paragraphs in Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese)

Publication number Date Published
11-09-167April 2011
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Author(s) Nancy Lui
Description Ecology prepared this fact sheet to provide the public with an opportunity to review and comment on the Remedial Investigation, Feasibility Study, and Draft Cleanup Action Plan (CAP) for the SeaTac Development (aka Masterprk Lot C) site. Site is at 16025-16223 International Bldv., SeaTac, WA. A SEPA Checklist and Determination of Nonsignificance on the CAP are also available for public comment. The contamination source is near the location of former gasoline underground storage tanks at the NW portion of the site. Comments will be accepted April 29 - May 31, 2011. Summary information also provided in Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese.

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Keywords determination of nonsignificance, Remedial Investigation, feasibility study, underground storage tank, MTCA, groundwater contamination
FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 38258847


SeaTac Development Site

SeaTac Development Site

SeaTac Development Site