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Chapter 173-333 WAC, Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxins

WAC number Origin Date
173-333January 2006
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Description WAC 173-333-110 - What is the purpose of this chapter?

The purpose of this chapter is to:

(1) Establish criteria ecology will use to identify persistent bioaccumulative toxins that pose human health or environmental threats in Washington state;

(2) Establish a list of persistent bioaccumulative toxins;

(3) Establish procedures ecology will use to review and periodically update the list;

(4) Establish criteria for selecting persistent bioaccumulative toxins and metals of concern for which ecology will prepare chemical action plans;

(5) Define the scope and content of chemical action plans and establish the process ecology will use to prepare those plans; and

(6) Define the processes ecology will use to coordinate the implementation of this chapter with the department of health and other agencies.
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Keywords PBTs, bioaccumulative
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