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Brownfield Success Story: Sedro-Wooley Innovation for Tomorrow Center

Publication number Date Published
21-09-030A January 2021
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Author(s) Erika Beresovoy
Description By leveraging government, tribal, and community partnerships and federal and state grants, the Northern State Multi Service Center cleanup site is transforming into the Sedro-Woolley Innovation for Tomorrow (SWIFT) Center, a mixed-use campus focused on technology and innovation. Ecology is in the process of completing a remedial investigation and feasibility study to fully document remaining contamination and develop options for cleaning it up.
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Keywords success story, redevelopment, soil, cleanup, groundwater, brownfield, contamination, Northern State Hospital, Sedro-Woolley, SWIFT Center
WEB PAGE Northern State Multi Service Center cleanup site information
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 10048

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 65415931


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