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Boeing Auburn Fabrication Site: Department of Ecology in the Community (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
14-04-050October 2014
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Author(s) Levkovitz, Thea
Description Chemicals related to industrial manufacturing have contaminated groundwater with a degreaser called trichloroethene and its breakdown products. The contaminated groundwater flows north and northwest away from property owned by The Boeing Company, into portions of southwest Auburn and northeast Algona. Ecology is overseeing the Boeing Company’s investigation of the contamination and is responsible for selecting and writing a plan for cleanup. This publication gives an update in that process.
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Keywords Boeing-Auburn, contaminated groundwater