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Focus on: Washington Ranking Method

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
F-TC-91-107April 1991August 2009
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Author(s) Policy Unit
Description Every hazardous waste site in Washington is unique and poses a potentially different type and level of risk to human health and the environment. The Model Toxics Control Act requires these sites be ranked relative to each other to guide Ecology's use of cleanup resources. Thus the Washington Ranking Method (WARM) was developed.
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Keywords Washington Ranking Method, ranking, hazardous waste, waste, hazardous waste site
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Toxicology Database for Use in Washington Ranking Method Scoring

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