Rayonier Mill Cleanup Brownbag – August 18th 7PM

The Olympic Environmental Council is hosting Ecology’s Rayonier Mill cleanup team for an evening presentation and question and answer session targeted towards the  environmental community.  Toxics Cleanup Program Section Manager  Rebecca Lawson will share updates on the cleanup process and discuss
next steps.  And yes, there are new developments.

Wednesday August 18, 2010
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Carter Room, Port Angeles Public Library (2210 S. Peabody, Port Angeles)

See the attached flier for more details and please pass this along to
anyone interested in toxics cleanup and environmental issues in the Port
Angeles area.

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Should you not be able to come on Wednesday the 18th, try to meet
with the Ecology team Thursday at Noon for a Brown Bag lunch.

PLAIN TEXT INVITATION:

Rayonier Mill Cleanup Brown Bag

Thursday, August 19, 2010
Noon – 1:00 pm

Carter Room, Port Angeles Library
(2210 South Peabody, Port Angeles)

Bring your lunch or just stop by to talk with us about the Rayonier Mill
cleanup.  Share your thoughts and concerns, and bring those tough
questions!

Toxics Cleanup Program Section Manager Rebecca Lawson, Site Manager
Marian Abbett, Connie Groven, Project Manager (Harbor and Soil Dioxin
studies), and outreach staff will be available.

Hannah
Hannah Aoyagi, Ph.D.
Community Outreach & Environmental Education Specialist
Toxics Cleanup Program, Southwest Regional Office
Washington State Department of Ecology
360.407.6790
hannah.aoyagi@ecy.wa.gov

One Response

  1. I just wanted to clarify that the evening event on the 18th is a presentation and question and answer session, while the noon event on the 19th has no agenda and is informal.

    A major topic will be Rayonier’s work plan for upland sampling, which Ecology recently approved. The work plan is now available on our website http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/tcp/sites/rayonier/2010/WPDataCol/WorkPlan.html and we’ll have copies at both events.

    Thank you!
    Hannah

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