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DRAFT: Model Remedies for Sites with Petroleum Contaminated Soils

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
15-09-043April 2015August 2017
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Author(s) Mark Gordon et al.
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology is developing standardized methods called “model remedies” to clean up contaminated sites. Model remedies can help streamline and accelerate the pace of cleanups. This guidance document (often referred to as “Model Remedies for Soils”) discusses seven model remedies for sites that have only petroleum-contaminated soil.

This guidance was originally published as a draft in April 2015 and finalized in September 2015. It was revised again in August 2017. You’re invited to comment on this revised draft through September 22, 2017, by contacting Mark Gordon at marg461@ecy.wa.gov or visiting the Draft for Public Comment website above.
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Keywords model remedies, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), model remedy, petroleum contaminated soil, MTCA
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