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Frequently Asked Questions About Briggs Nursery: Porter Soil Site

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05-09-077August 2005
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Author(s) Cedar Bouta
Description Briggs Nursery, Inc. is conducting a cleanup of contaminated soil at its Olympia site under an agreement with the Department of Ecology (Ecology). The soils are contaminated with low levels of a chlorinated pesticide called dieldrin, and polychlorinated bi-phenyls (PCBs).

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Keywords PCBs, contaminated soil

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