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PEMCO Parking Concrete Cutter

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
Publication number Date Published
17-09-070December 2017
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Author(s) Dawn Hooper
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) invites you to comment on the proposal to remove the PEMCO Parking Concrete Cutter Site (Site) from the Confirmed and Suspected Contaminated Sites List, a statewide list of contaminated sites that are ranked by their level of potential hazard and cleanup status. The Site is located at 300-330 Yale Avenue North, Seattle, WA. The proposed determination of No Further Action details Ecology’s proposed decision to remove the Site from the Confirmed and Suspected Contaminated Sites List. The site was ranked a 3 on the Hazardous Sites List (a rank of “1” represents the highest level of risk compared to other sites, and a rank of “5” represents the lowest).
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Keywords Seattle, hazardous sites list, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), delisting, cleanup
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 11077

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 92673819