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Toxics Cleanup Program

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Comments Received on
Draft Fish Consumption Technical Support Document, Version 2.0

In August, 2012, Ecology released an updated draft of the Fish Consumption Rates Technical Support Document. This document evaluates available data on fish consumption by Washington residents. Comments were accepted on this version of the document through October 26, 2012.
In January, 2013 Ecology released the final Fish Consumption Rates Technical Support Document.  Learn more information about the document.

Comments Received:

Governments | Tribes | Schools | Councils

Respondent Comments
City of Renton Letter
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation E-mail-Letter
Department of the Navy, Naval Faculties Engineering Command Northwest Comment Form
Environmental Protection Agency E-mail
Everett Public Works Letter
King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks Letter
National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc. Letter
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Letter
Quincy-Columbia Basin Irrigation District Letter
Seattle University Center for Indian Law and Policy Comments
Squaxin Island Tribe Letter
Suquamish Tribe Letter
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Letter
The Tulalip Tribes Natural and Cultural Resource Department Letter
Yakama Nation Letter

Businesses | Associations

Respondent Comments
Association of Washington Business Letter
Boise White Paper, LLC - Wallula Mill E-mail-Letter
Citizens for a Clean Columbia Memo
Georgia Pacific E-mail-Letter
J.R. Simplot Company E-mail-Letter
Northwest Food Processors Association E-mail-Letter
Northwest Pulp & Paper Association Letter
The Boeing Company E-mail-Letter
TransAlta Letter
Waterkeepers Washington E-mail-Letter
Weyerhaeuser Company E-mail-Letter


Respondent Comments
Gray, Mark E-mail


Reducing Toxic Chemicals in Fish, Sediments and Water

Ecology’s Response to Comments on the draft Fish Consumption Rate Technical Support Document, V.1

Please contact
Martha Hankins