Frequently Asked Questions about Chloride Testing for Wells under the Lummi Peninsula Settlement Agreement
Frequently Asked Questions about Chloride Testing for Wells under the Lummi Peninsula Settlement Agreement (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 152KB)
|Description||The Lummi Peninsula Settlement resolves claims in a federal district court action titled United States and Lummi Nation v. State of Washington, Department of Ecology, et al (W.D. Wash. C01-0047Z). The Settlement Agreement specifies that all Eligible Landowners using groundwater from the Department of Ecology’s (Ecology) allocation will need to sample their well water for chlorides, beginning August 2008. This publication provides information on who, where, why, when, and how the chloride sampling is to occur.|
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|Keywords||chloride testing, settlement agreement, Lummi Peninsula, water, ground water|
|WEB PAGE||Lummi Nation, Plaintiff-Intervenor: vs. Washington Department of Ecology, et al.|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack|
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