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Title

Draft Strategy to Continually Reduce Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Chemicals (PBTs) in Washington State

 
Publication number Date Published
00-03-002August 2000
VIEW NOW: Draft Strategy to Continually Reduce Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Chemicals (PBTs) in Washington State (Number of pages: 52) (Publication Size: 685KB)




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Author(s) Gallagher, M.
Description Ecology will hold a series of public meetings during the summer and fall of 2000 to discuss this draft PBT Strategy. People interested in providing comments are encouraged to attend one or more of the meetings -- planned for Bellingham, Kennewick, Seattle, Spokane, and Vancouver. In addition or as an alternative, individuals and organizations may submit comments directly to Ecology via letter or e-mail. All comments need to be submitted to Ecology by October 30, 2000.
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Keywords legislature, Chemicals, toxic chemicals, fish, plan, water, chemical, toxic, PBTs, bioaccumulative
WEB PAGE Addressing priority toxic chemicals
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