A truck on Taylor Way East in the Port of Tacoma on Dec. 29 rolls by the Arkema Manufacturing site, a contaminated piece of property just off the Hylebos Waterway. Caution signs that read "DANGER: Inorganic Arsenic, Cancer Hazard, Authorized Personnel Only, No smoking or Eating, Respirator Required," are prominently displayed on a blue fence that rings the bare site. Water is pooling in many parts of the area with ducks and seagulls around.
A truck on Taylor Way East in the Port of Tacoma on Dec. 29 rolls by the Arkema Manufacturing site, a contaminated piece of property just off the Hylebos Waterway. Caution signs that read "DANGER: Inorganic Arsenic, Cancer Hazard, Authorized Personnel Only, No smoking or Eating, Respirator Required," are prominently displayed on a blue fence that rings the bare site. Water is pooling in many parts of the area with ducks and seagulls around. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
A truck on Taylor Way East in the Port of Tacoma on Dec. 29 rolls by the Arkema Manufacturing site, a contaminated piece of property just off the Hylebos Waterway. Caution signs that read "DANGER: Inorganic Arsenic, Cancer Hazard, Authorized Personnel Only, No smoking or Eating, Respirator Required," are prominently displayed on a blue fence that rings the bare site. Water is pooling in many parts of the area with ducks and seagulls around. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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