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Published by Washington State Dept. of Ecology in [Olympia, Wash.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Washington (State),
  • Washington (State),
  • Hazardous waste site remediation -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State),
  • Hazardous wastes -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State),
  • Environmental impact analysis -- Washington (State)

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Statementprepared by Washington State Department of Ecology with contributions by Science Applications International Corporation.
SeriesPublication -- no. 99-605, Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 99-605.
ContributionsScience Applications International Corporation., Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 99 p. :
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14505479M
OCLC/WorldCa43255076

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The Department of Ecology (Department) has proposed amendments and new sections to the Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) Cleanup Rule (Chapter WAC), the Public Participation Grant Rule (Chapter WAC), and the Remedial Action Grant Rule . Model Toxics Control Act Regulation and Statute MTCA Cleanup Regulation Chapter WAC Model Toxics Control Act Chapter D RCW Uniform Environmental Covenants Act Chapter RCW Compiled by Washington State Department of Ecology Toxics Cleanup Program Publication No. Revised VIEW NOW: Model Toxics Control Act Regulation and Statute: MTCA Cleanup Regulation Chapter WAC, Model Toxics Control Act Chapter D RCW, Uniform Environmental Covenants Act Chapter RCW (Number of pages: ) (Publication Size: KB) Note: click to view and print. Proposed Rule Language for the Amendments to the Model Toxics Control Act Cleanup Regulation Chapter WAC (Number of pages: ) (Publication Size: 17MB) Note: For additonal information see related web content below.

Background Document for MTCA Rule Amendments April 9 2 Background Information Statutory Background The Model Toxics Control Act (Initiative 97), Chapter D RCW, was passed by the voters of the State of Washington in November and became effective March 1, The law. WACs > Title > Chapter Complete Chapter HTML PDF. Including dispositions. Chapter WAC | Show Dispositions Last Update: 10/12/ MODEL TOXICS CONTROL ACT—CLEANUP. WAC Sections. PART I—OVERALL CLEANUP PROCESS. HTML PDF: Purpose. HTML PDF: Model remedies. PART IV—SITE CLEANUP . The Toxic Substances Control Act of provides EPA with authority to require reporting, record-keeping and testing requirements, and restrictions relating to chemical substances and/or mixtures. Certain substances are generally excluded from TSCA, including, among others, food, drugs, cosmetics and pesticides. (Part 1 of 2) This updated series is a real world, applied examination of Washington’s Model Toxics Control Act (WAC ) covering key issues and situations that consultants and site managers deal with and argue about, with the goal of minimizing site review time and expediting site cleanup approvals. In Part 1 (one day), the instructor will lead attendees through the key .

Legislature Home; House of Representatives; Senate; Find Your District Find Your District; Laws & Agency Rules; Bill Information; Agendas, Schedules, and Calendars; Legislative Committees. "Mixed funding" means any funding provided to potentially liable persons from the state toxics control account under WAC "Model Toxics Control Act" or "act" means chapter D RCW, Where a model remedy is proposed as the cleanup action or as a portion of the cleanup action, the cleanup action plan is still subject to the. Residual balance of funds — c § "Any residual balance of funds remaining in the local toxics control account repealed by section of this act on July 1, , must be transferred to the model toxics control capital account created in section of this act.". Cleanup sites are construction projects that remove harmful contamination from our environment and put properties back into use. Sites can be as small as a gas station spill, or as large and complex as the Tacoma Smelter Plume that impacts thousands of acres. The Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) drives the process to clean them up.