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Boeing Auburn: Responsiveness Summary for the Draft Remedial Investigation Report (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
17-04-032August 2017
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Author(s) Landau Associates for The Boeing Company
Description In May 2017, the Washington Department of Ecology completed the Remedial Investigation (RI) for the Boeing Fabrication Division, Auburn facility. The RI gave us the data needed to show the location and concentration of the chemicals [trichloroethene (TCE) and its breakdown chemicals like vinyl chloride (VC)]. All of the data from the Remedial Investigation is presented in the Draft RI Report.
Ecology did not receive any comments during the RI Comment Period held from March 8 through May 8th that require substantial changes to the report. Ecology will approve the RI Report upon receipt of the final version incorporating Ecology’s comments.
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Keywords Boeing-Auburn, public comment period, responsiveness summary, Remedial Investigation, cleanup
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