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RE Sources for Sustainable Communities hosted a walking tour of the I & J Waterway Cleanup Site on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
The Washington State Department of Ecology invites you to review and COMMENT on a cleanup action plan and associated documents for the I & J Waterway Cleanup Site on the Bellingham waterfront. The plan calls for removing and capping contaminated sediment, monitoring, and restricting uses.
The plan is part of a legal agreement, called an agreed order, between Ecology, the Port of Bellingham (Port), and Bornstein Seafoods (Bornstein). The agreed order requires the Port and Bornstein to design the sediment removal work described in the plan. The following documents are available for review and comment between February 19 – March 20, 2019 - the Cleanup Action Plan, the Agreed Order, and the State Environmental Policy Act: Determination of Non-Significance and Checklist.
The Washington State Department of Ecology is managing cleanups of 12 sites in the Bellingham Bay area. All are on or very near the Bellingham waterfront. Two sites are completed, but are being monitored to make sure they meet cleanup goals. The other 10 are in various stages in the cleanup process. Ecology oversees cleanup work done by the City of Bellingham, the Port of Bellingham, and several other liable parties on these sites, and their contractors.
For more info about this site and future tours, contact
RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
2309 Meridian Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
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