Update: Rayonier Cleanup comment period extended to Nov 26 2019

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From: Davis, Nancy D. (ECY) <NADA461@ECY.WA.GOV>
To: “Davis, Nancy D. (ECY)”<NADA461@ECY.WA.GOV>
Cc: “Abbett, Marian L. (ECY)”<MABB461@ECY.WA.GOV>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2019 10:44:51 -0700
Subject: Port Angeles Rayonier Mill cleanup: Ecology EXTENDS Public Comment Period to Nov 26, 2019
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This message is about the Port Angeles Rayonier Mill located at 700 N. Ennis Street in Port Angeles.

Site identification numbers:

FSID #: 19

CSID#: 2270


The Department of Ecology (Ecology) has extended the public comment period.  The comment period will close Tuesday November 26, 2019.


The comment period provides an opportunity for you to comment on three reports (Volumes I, II, III, see below). You can submit comments online during the comment period.


The three reports for your review and comment are available at the Rayonier Mill webpage:

  • Upland Data Summary Report (Volume I) describes what the contaminants are and where they are located in soil and groundwater.
  • Marine Data Summary Report (Volume II) describes what the contaminants are and where they are located in sediments.
  • Cleanup Alternatives Evaluation Report (Volume III) describes and evaluates options for cleanup of soil and ground water and marine sediments.


These reports are available at the Port Angeles Public Library (360-417-8500) and at the Department of Ecology in Lacey (by appointment, call 360-407-6365).


For questions regarding the cleanup, please contact the Cleanup Site Manager, Marian Abbett or (360) 407-6257.


For questions regarding public involvement, please contact me.


Kind regards,

Nancy Davis, Ph.D.

Community Outreach and Environmental Education Specialist

Washington Department of Ecology | Toxics Cleanup Program | Southwest Regional Office

PO Box 47775, Olympia, WA 98504-7775

Tel. 360.407.0067 | Fax 360.407.6305


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