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Terminal 91: Documents Available for Review & Comment

Publication number Date Published
23-04-018March 2023
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description Public Comment Period: April 6–May 8. We’re overseeing the cleanup of contamination at Terminal 91, located at 2001 W. Garfield St. in Seattle, Washington. We invite you to review and comment on the following documents:
• Amended Agreed Order: A legal document requiring the Port of Seattle to plan how they’ll clean up contamination.
• Interim Action Work Plan (IAWP): A plan outlining a partial cleanup that will be done before the final cleanup.
• Public Participation Plan: A plan encouraging community involvement in cleanup decisions.
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Keywords Amended Agreed Order, toxic metals, Terminal 91, SVOCs, IAWP, tributyltin, discarded military munitions, Public Participation Plan, corrective action, public notice, RCRA, PAHs, cleanup, phthalates, MTCA, interim action work plan
WEB PAGE Port of Seattle Terminal 91
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 2674

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 24768


Public Participation Plan: Terminal 91