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Remediation System Evaluation, Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Superfund Site

The Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Superfund site is located on the eastern side of Bainbridge Island, in central Puget Sound, Washington along Eagle Harbor. The site includes the inactive 57-acre Wyckoff wood-treating facility, contaminated sediments in adjacent Eagle Harbor, and other upland sources of contamination to the harbor, including a former shipyard. The wood-treating facility operated from the early 1900s through 1988, when the plant shut down. The site consists of four operable units, but this RSE pertains only to the soil and ground water operable units (OU2 and OU4). A P&T system has operated at the site as an interim remedy for over a decade, and a pilot study of steam enhanced contaminant recovery was attempted at the site between late October 2002 and April 2003.

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