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Cadet Manufacturing and Port of Vancouver Building 2220

Publication number Date Published
10-09-110June 2010
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Author(s) Meg Bommarito
Description The Department of Ecology and the Port of Vancouver are closing four groundwater treatment wells and 12 evaluation wells in the Fruit Valley Neighborhood. These wells were installed after contamination was discovered at the Cadet Manufacturing property and in groundwater beneath the Fruit Valley Neighborhood. Cadet and the Port used the treatment wells to reduce contamination levels in groundwater. Only one treatment well is still in operation.

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Keywords cleanup, groundwater contamination
FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 85381664


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