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VANCOUVER WATER STATION #1 CONTAMINATION
VANCOUVER, WA

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EPA deletes the Vancouver Water Station #1 Superfund Site from the National Priorities List. February 6, 2018

On February 6, 2018, the EPA deleted the Vancouver Water Station #1 Superfund Site in Vancouver, Washington from the National Priorities List. The NPL is a list of hazardous waste sites (Superfund Sites) in the United States that EPA designated as national priorities for cleanup. All Superfund actions at the Site have been completed and the Site no longer poses unacceptable risks to human health or the environment. For a brief overview of this deletion action, please read Vancouver Water Station #1 and #4 Superfund Sites – Deleted from National Priorities List (PDF) (2pp 630KB).

Please Note: The Vancouver Water Station #4 Superfund Site was also deleted from the NPL on February 6, 2018.

Further information about this site can be found in our site documents collection. Contact Jeremy Jennings, Remedial Project Manager, at jennings.jeremy@epa.gov or 206-553-2724 or 800-424-4372 extension 2724 if you have specific questions about the Site.

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