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WA DOT Signals Maintenance Delisting from the Hazardous Sites List - 華運署交通號誌保養中心環境整治工地從危險污染工地名單除名

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Publication number Date Published
19-09-182MLJuly 2019
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Author(s) Nancy Lui & Tamara Cardona
Description The WA DOT Signals Maintenances Site is located at 3700 9th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134. The Site was used as a traffic signals maintenances facility. It was a former refueling facility for Department of Transportation fleet vehicles. A release of petroleum hydrocarbons to soil at the Site was reported to Ecology in 1991. Ecology completed a Site Hazard Assessment (SHA) in 2015. The resulting SHA rank for the Site was 5, based on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 represents the greatest potential impact to human health and the environment.

Ecology is proposing to remove the Site from the Hazardous Sites List (HSL). Ecology determined that site meet state cleanup standards.

Review and comment on the:

• Review the Draft Supplemental Site Investigation Report, January 16, 2019 (Kennedy/Jenks Consultants).
• Review and comment on the Draft No Further Action Letter.

Send your written comments to Tamara Cardona. Ecology will review and respond to all comments received. The proposed delisting may be modified based on your comments.


華盛頓州運輸署(華運署)所屬交通號誌保養中心環境整治工地位於3700 南第九大道,西雅圖,WA 98134。本工地前為華運署車輛汽油/柴油的加油站目前則是交通號誌保養中心。生管署提議將本工地從危險污染工地名單除名。生管署斷定本工地環境整治工作已符合本州的規定。若需更多中文訊息請和聯絡Sunny Becker,電子信箱sunny.becker@ecy.wa.gov或電話: 425-648-7187。請註明是華運署交通號誌保養中心。
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WEB PAGE WA DOT Signals Maintenance
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 9862

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 60549963