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BNSF Hillyard Lead Soil Site: Ecology proposes to remove the site from the Hazardous Sites List

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
Publication number Date Published
19-09-022April 2019
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Author(s) Erika Bronson
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology invites you to comment on our proposal to remove the BNSF Hillyard Lead Soil site from the Hazardous Sites List April 1 – April 30, 2019. BNSF Railway completed cleanup between 2008 and 2010 under Ecology’s Voluntary Cleanup Program. Contaminated soil was excavated, stockpiled into a containment area, and covered with a protective cap to prevent human contact and water from spreading contamination. Some contaminated soil and construction debris found during excavation of the containment area were disposed at a landfill.
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Keywords BNSF, Hillyard, Spokane, hazardous sites list, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), soil, toxics, lead, contamination
WEB PAGE BNSF Hillyard lead soil cleanup site information
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 1371

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 960924