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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.
  • Photo from EPA [enlarge]
    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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