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SEITZ Property Cleanup Site

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Publication number Date Published
22-09-198October 2022
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Author(s) Jing Song
Description The Site is an approximate 9.78-acre of land located east of Brian Lane NW in a rural residential area in central Kitsap County, Washington. Three abandoned building structures, including a house, a chicken coop, and a shed were present at the Site sometime prior to 1997. These building structures were removed from the Site in June 2005. The Site has been vacant since that time and remain as undeveloped land until present day.

In 2006, Ecology completed a Site Hazard Assessment (SHA) on the Site. The result was a ranking of “2” on a scale of 1 to 5, where “1” represents the highest risk and “5” represents the lowest risk. The SHA ranking estimates the potential threat to human health and the environment relative to other sites in Washington State.

The Site was cleaned up under the Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP). Under the VCP, participants can clean up contamination to meet the state cleanup standards under the Model Toxics Control Act, Washington’s hazardous waste cleanup law.
From 1997-2022, cleanup was conducted at the Site. Concentrations of chemicals of concern in soil and groundwater no longer pose a threat to human health and the environment. Ecology has determined that the Site cleanup actions meet state cleanup standards.

The Site is now cleaned up to non-restricted land use. The future development of this Site is being proposed to be a mixed-use neighborhood community (apartment buildings, community room, pool, and commercial offices) that was approved by Kitsap County. Ecology is not accepting any comments about the redevelopment of this Site.
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Keywords VCP, Ecology, soil contamination, groundwater, hazardous waste, hazardous sites list (HSL), SHA ranking
WEB PAGE Seitz Property
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 1472

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 6865393