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  • [CERCLIS ID]: WAN001002655
    [Name]: Lockheed West Seattle
    [County]: King
    [Reason]: Past industrial practices have contaminated sediment with heavy metals including arsenic, chromium, copper, lead, silver and zinc, with butyl tins and with PCBs and PAHs.
    [Proposed]: 09/29/2006
    [Listed]: 03/07/2007
    [Constructioncompleted]:


    [Partiallydeleted]:

    [Deleted]:

    (Superfund sites)

  • [CERCLIS ID]: WAD027315621
    [Name]: Northwest Transformer (South Harkness St)
    [County]: Whatcom
    [Reason]: Soil and buildings were contaminated by PCBs and heavy metals including arsenic, cadmium and lead.
    [Proposed]: 06/24/1988
    [Listed]: 02/21/1990
    [Constructioncompleted]:

    09/29/1994

    [Partiallydeleted]:

    [Deleted]:
    09/26/1997

    (Superfund sites)

  • [CERCLIS ID]: WA7210090067
    [Name]: Fort Lewis Logistics Center (US Army)
    [County]: Pierce
    [Reason]: Soil and shallow groundwater contamination by VOCs including TCE, DCE and PAHs.
    [Proposed]: 07/14/1989
    [Listed]: 11/21/1989
    [Constructioncompleted]:


    [Partiallydeleted]:

    [Deleted]:

    (Superfund sites)

  • [CERCLIS ID]: WAD980511661
    [Name]: Mica Landfill
    [County]: Spokane
    [Reason]: Groundwater contains VOCs, heavy metals and phenols from licensed hazardous waste disposal. Leachate contamination by inorganic ions, metals and at least twenty regulated organic compounds. Methane is accumulating at potentially explosive levels.
    [Proposed]: 10/15/1984
    [Listed]: 06/10/1986
    [Constructioncompleted]:

    02/12/2002

    [Partiallydeleted]:

    [Deleted]:

    (Superfund sites)

  • [CERCLIS ID]: WA5210890096
    [Name]: Hamilton Island Landfill (USA/COE)
    [County]: Skamania
    [Reason]: Investigation showed that hazardous substances present did not pose a risk to human health or the environment.
    [Proposed]: 07/29/1991
    [Listed]: 10/14/1992
    [Constructioncompleted]:

    03/30/1995

    [Partiallydeleted]:

    [Deleted]:
    05/25/1995

    (Superfund sites)

  • [CERCLIS ID]: WA4170090001
    [Name]: Port Hadlock Detachment (US Navy)
    [County]: Jefferson
    [Reason]: Shellfish next to a former landfill contain elevated levels of heavy metals and pesticides. Another possibly contaminated area was found not to pose a risk.
    [Proposed]: 06/23/1993
    [Listed]: 05/31/1994
    [Constructioncompleted]:

    09/29/1997

    [Partiallydeleted]:

    [Deleted]:
    06/14/2005

    (Superfund sites)

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About This Tool

Washington is one of the most important cities in America. Here, political and economic development is in a leading position in the world. However, due to the long-term economic development and neglect of the protection of the natural environment, so the local environment has also been varying degrees of pollution and damage. A random tool compiled a list of 66 local Superfund sites for those interested in environmental issues in the region.

The government also prioritized the contaminated land according to the Cerclis ID, County, Reason, Proposed and Listed Date on the website, as the level of contamination varies from “Brownfield” to “Brownfield”. Further details of each brownfield can be found in the generator, which is believed to have been restored after decades of governance and restoration.

Click the "Display All Items" button and you will get a list of Superfund sites in Washington (state).

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