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Title

Sediment Cleanup User’s Manual (SCUM II)

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
12-09-057December 1991December 2017
VIEW NOW: Sediment Cleanup User’s Manual (SCUM II) (Number of pages: 560) (Publication Size: 8129KB)
Note: The December 2017 final version replaces the March 2015 version.



Appendix B: SMARM Papers
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Author(s) Chance Asher (et al.)
Description The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to Ecology staff, potentially liable persons, and technical consultants on how to conduct cleanup of contaminated sediment sites. The guidance focuses on implementing Part V provisions (Sediment Cleanup Standards) of the Sediment Management Standards rule, Chapter 173-204 WAC.

NOTE: Appendix K is available at https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Contamination-cleanup/Sediment-cleanups/AppendixKJanuary2018


You can also access it through our Sediment webpage at
https://ecology.wa.gov/Spills-Cleanup/Contamination-cleanup/Sediment-cleanups

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Keywords SCUM1, SCUMII, SCUM 1, SCUM2, sediment sampling, SCUM 2, Sediment Cleanup Users Manual, SCUM II, Sampling and Analysis Plan, Sediment quality, guidance, cleanup, sediment, sediment management standards, clean up
WEB PAGE Cleaning up contaminated sediment in Washington
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Sediment Management Standards, Chapter 173-204 WAC