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June 14, 2019
EPA tweaks cleanup plan for Wyckoff site in Eagle Harbor
The current treatment system costs $750,000 a year to use but hasn't stopped all contaminants from reaching the harbor.
Ken Scheffler of Jacobs Engineering inspects the corroding sheet pile wall that blocks contaminants from getting into Eagle Harbor.
A former wood-treating operation on east Bainbridge Island that has been an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site for over three decades may finally get clean.
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