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Neighborhood Soil Sampling Continues

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19-09-122May 2019
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Author(s) Sheila Coughlan
Description The Department of Ecology and the Port of Ridgefield (port) want to sample additional yards in the Phase 3 area located in the neighborhood east of the port property to determine the extent of dioxin contaminated soil.
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Keywords pacific wood treating, soil sampling, dioxin, contaminated soil, yard replacement
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