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Georgia Pacific Log Pond, WA

Beneficial Uses: Capping
Lead Agency: Georgia Pacific West - under agreed order or consent decree from Washington Department of Ecology
Placement Date(s): August-November 2000
Location: Whatcom Waterway, inner Bellingham Bay, Whatcom County, Washington
Placement Method: Clamshell with cable arm bucket
Substrate Type: Debris (sheet pile, bulkhead, riprap concrete debris and wood wastes) in slightly sandy, clayey silts with about 72% fines, overlying silty sands overlying silty clay glacial outwash.
Energy Source: Exposure to Whatcom Waterway, although majority of Log Pond is protected from currents and wave action. There is a net deposition on the site.
Project Size: 5.2 acres
Monitoring: Non proposed to date.

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