Draft PFAS CAP Comment Period Extended to January 4, 2021

PFAS Chemical Action Plan stakeholders,

The Chemical Action Plan (CAP) team is extending the public comment period on the Draft PFAS CAP until January 4, 2021.

We received stakeholder feedback that additional time to review would be beneficial for providing meaningful input. We recognize the immense challenges that Washington state residents and businesses have faced since spring 2020. This will allow the public and stakeholders an additional month to consider the Draft CAP and provide feedback, without significantly extending the Final CAP timeline.

Find more information on the PFAS CAP website. If you have questions, please reach out to Irina Makarow (irina.makarow@ecy.wa.gov).

Thank you,

PFAS Chemical Action Plan team


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Share input on the Draft CAP at public meetings Nov. 18 and 19

If you would like to provide feedback on the Draft PFAS Chemical Action Plan (CAP) during a public comment meeting, please register for your preferred date and time: 

Ecology staff will provide a brief overview of the CAP development process and then reserve most of the time to accept comments. Please note that we plan to record the public comments.

Reach out to Ecology’s Chemical Action Planner, Irina Makarow (irina.makarow@ecy.wa.gov), if you have questions.

Thank you,

PFAS Chemical Action Plan team


ISLAND COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE VALUES SURVEY

Please consider taking a few minutes to complete this survey to gauge Island County residents’ values on natural resource issues, including drinking water.

Follow survey link:
https://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d4f9d43sfagJc2x

ISLAND COUNTY & OSU PROJECT
Focused on gauging Island County residents’ values regarding natural resource priorities, including drinking water, and shorelines. All Island County residents over 18 can participate. Your input will directly contribute to local planning and management. In English or Spanish. En Ingles o Español.

CONTACT
Dr. David Trimbach
Postdoc. Research Associate
Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife Oregon State University
david. trimbach@ oregonstate. edu
253 – 254 – 6398