A shortfall in the state tax on petroleum products and other “hazardous substances” has put in doubt reimbursement for two major cleanups the Port of Tacoma has completed on the former Arkema chemical site, shown here, and the Kaiser Aluminum site.
A shortfall in the state tax on petroleum products and other “hazardous substances” has put in doubt reimbursement for two major cleanups the Port of Tacoma has completed on the former Arkema chemical site, shown here, and the Kaiser Aluminum site. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
A shortfall in the state tax on petroleum products and other “hazardous substances” has put in doubt reimbursement for two major cleanups the Port of Tacoma has completed on the former Arkema chemical site, shown here, and the Kaiser Aluminum site. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

Don’t cut funds for preventing toxic pollution

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