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Northport Waterfront: Public invited to comment on draft cleanup plan

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
Publication number Date Published
22-09-022May 2022
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Author(s) Erika Beresovoy
Description The Washington Department of Ecology is directing cleanup of smelter-related metals contamination on Northport’s waterfront. You are invited to comment on the draft Cleanup Action Plan May 2nd through June 1st, 2022. We are proposing to remove and cap contamination, and encourage recreation in cleaned up areas. We are holding an online public meeting at 6 p.m. on May 17, 2022. Please see the publication for details about how to join.
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Keywords cleanup options, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), Remedial Investigation, feasibility study, smelter, contamination
WEB PAGE Northport waterfront cleanup site information
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 14874

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 96239


Northport Waterfront: Public invited to comment on draft contamination and cleanup options reports

Investigating contamination on the Northport waterfront