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Boomsnub-AIRCO

The Boomsnub/Airco Superfund Site includes a former chrome-plating facility and the currently operating BOC Gases plant located at 7608 NE 47th Street in Vancouver, WA. Hexvalent chromium and volatile organic compounds mingled in a contamination plume in the groundwater. EPA added the site to its National Priorities List in 1995 and issued a Record of Decision for soil and groundwater cleanup in 2000.

Most of the pollution has been removed since the cleanup started in the mid-1990’s and human exposure is under control. EPA will continue to pump and treat the groundwater for many years until it meets drinking water standards.

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Note: Recommendations made in these reports are under review by EPA Background Contact Information:

Claire Hong, Project Manager
hong.claire@epa.gov
(206) 553-1813


Judy Smith, Community Outreach
smith.judy@epa.gov
(503) 326-6994




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