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Toxics Cleanup Program Policy 560B: Granting Mixed Funding for LUST Cleanups

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17-09-326October 2017
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Author(s) Policy and Technical Unit, Toxics Cleanup Program
Description This policy addresses the granting of mixed funding for the investigation and straightforward cleanup of petroleum contaminated Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) sites. It applies only to small business owners or operators responsible for these LUST sites who request mixed funding to prevent or mitigate unfair economic hardship. The cleanup must also be substantially more expeditious or enhanced than would occur without the use of public funds, and it must be a regional priority. This Policy was re-formatted and cataloged in Ecology’s publications database in October 2017. With exception of removing an out-of-date reference to Procedure 560B,p this Policy was not changed from the original document.
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Contact Policy & Technical Support Unit, Toxics Cleanup Program at 360-407-7449
Keywords Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (LUST), Independent Cleanup Sites, ABELPRO, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA)
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