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Toxics Cleanup Program Procedure 321: Site Hazard Assessment of Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) Sites By Local Health Districts / Departments For Ranking Under Washington Ranking Method

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
04-09-108September 2002September 2018
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Author(s) Toxics Cleanup Program
Description Procedures for local health districts / departments for site hazard assessments and ranking of Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) sites.

REVISION NOTE: The content of this procedure became effective September 20, 2002, and was revised June 11, 2004. In September 2018, we formatted this document, added Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) language, and cataloged it in Ecology’s publications database. With the exception of ADA language, the content of this procedure did not change since the June 2004 revision.
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Keywords Site Hazard Assessment (SHA), Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), site assessment, Environmental Protection Agency, Site Assessor, Washington Ranking Method (WARM)
WEB PAGE Policies and guidance for site cleanups
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