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Terminals 5 6 & 7 Uplands Fact Sheet for Agreed Order and Remedial Investigation Work Plan

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
Publication number Date Published
23-09-094May 2023
VIEW NOW Terminals 5 6 & 7 Uplands Fact Sheet for Agreed Order and Remedial Investigation Work Plan (Number of pages: 4) (Publication Size: 399KB)
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Author(s) Nancy Davis
Description The fact sheet describes a public comment period for review of draft cleanup documents. The documents under review are Agreed Order AO DE 21560, a Remedial Investigation Work Plan – Phase 1, and the Public Participation Plan. The fact sheet provides information on where to submit comments online and where to obtain electronic and printed copies of the documents under review.
NOTES Links to all the documents are placed on the Site webpage and the documents are uploaded to DSARS. The fact sheet mailer will be mailed to residents at addresses about ¼ mile from the Terminals 5 6 & 7 Uplands Site.
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Keywords Port Angeles Harbor, Dioxins/furans, petroleum hydrocarbons, contaminated soil, pentachlorophenol (PCP), tetrachlorophenol (TeCP)
WEB PAGE Terminals 5 6 & 7 Uplands
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 15440

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 97700


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