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Evaluation of Groundwater Contamination at Roeder Avenue Landfill, Bellingham

Publication number Date Published
96-341September 1996
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Author(s) Cubbage, J. and P. Marti
Description The northwest perimeter of Roeder Avenue Landfill, a historic municipal dump located near the shoreline of Bellingham Bay, was monitored to determine if priority pollutants were migrating off-site through groundwater. The Washington Department of Ecology installed four monitoring wells and sampled them quarterly for one year (June 1994 - March 1995).
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Keywords priority pollutant, Model Toxic Control Act, Whatcom, metals, wells, contaminant, model, evaluation, study, water, sediment, toxic, landfill, marine, groundwater, groundwater contamination, ground water, contamination, chromium
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