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Remediation System Evaluation, Boomsnub/Airco Superfund Site

The Boomsnub/Airco Superfund Site is located in Hazel Dell, Clark County, Washington north of Vancouver, Washington and consists of the 0.75-acre Boomsnub property, the 11-acre BOC Gases property, and a co-mingled ground water plume of chromium and trichloroethene (TCE) that extends approximately 4,000 feet downgradient (to the west-northwest) from the properties. The site is approximately two miles east of Interstate 5 and one mile west of Interstate 205 near NE 78th Street and NE 47th Avenue. The site is bordered by a mixture of residential, commercial, and light industrial properties.

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