Timely cleanup with redevelopment is threatened with EPA preferred alternative
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its Proposed Plan for the cleanup of the Quendall Terminals Superfund Site in Renton, WA.
After decades of investigation, the environment and community deserve a cleanup plan that can be implemented quickly and effectively. Unfortunately, EPA's plan will only further delay site remediation, natural habitat restoration and upland economic development.
EPA's proposed plan will take too long to implement, cause terrible disruption to the community, delay the future development and costs three times more than other alternatives that are also protective.
Take time to tell EPA to choose a cleanup that works for the environment, our community and our future. Send your comments before October 9 to:
Quendall Terminals Comments
Kathryn Cerise, 12-D12-1
U.S. EPA Region 10
1200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 155
Seattle, WA 98101