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Public Participation Plan: Boeing Kent Space Center

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
22-04-040November 2022February 2023
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description Ecology is overseeing the cleanup of contamination at the Boeing Kent Space Center facility, located at 20403 68th Ave. S. in Kent, Washington. This Public Participation Plan describes how we involve the public in investigating contamination and selecting cleanup activities during the corrective action process.
We encourage the public to:
• Learn about and get involved in decision-making opportunities.
• Provide input during the investigation and cleanup of contamination.
NOTES • Información en español incluida • 내부 한국어 정보 • Thông tin bên trong bằng tiếng Việt • 以内是中文的有关信息
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Keywords public participation, VOCs, volatile organic compounds (VOC), groundwater toxics, Boeing, PCB, PAHs, soil contamination, public involvement, PCBs, ground water contamination, arsenic, Boeing Space Center
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Boeing Kent Space Center: Documents Available for Review and Comment

Boeing Kent Space Center: Documents Available for Review and Comment