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Sediment Cleanup Status Report 2000

Publication number Date Published
00-09-002January 2000
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Author(s) Brendon McFarland
Description This report focuses on what is known by the Department of Ecology (Ecology) about the status of cleanup at contaminated sediment sites. Discharges and accidental releases of harmful contaminants to the aquatic environment have caused sediment contamination in Washington State. As Washington State’s environmental protection agency, Ecology’s mission includes regulation of efforts to provide remedies for previous contamination. As the lead state agency for cleanup activities, Ecology has a crucial role to play in the restoration of the state’s sediment quality.
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Keywords status report, cleanup, sediment, lead, discharge

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