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10/17/2011

The Washington Ship Channel is a man-made waterbody located east of the Potomac River and was built in the late 19th century by the Army Corps of Engineers. The Washington Ship Channel runs from Hains Point at the confluence of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers to the Tidal Basin.

10/14/2011

Application submitted by property at 23 I St SE to participate in Voluntary Cleanup Program

10/14/2011

Provisions to prevent and control pollution of the Potomac river and its tributaries; to regulate land disturbing activities; to prevent accelerated soil erosion and sedimentation; to prevent sediment deposit, to control health hazards due to pollution.

10/14/2011

Certificate of Completion (COC) and associated documents related to the Camp Simms (Mississippi Avenue and Stanton Road) Voluntary Cleanup Program

10/14/2011

Letter of No Further Action (NFA) and associated documents related to the Benning Voluntary Cleanup Program

10/14/2011

Chapter 32 of Title 16 DC Municipal Regulations describing classes of civil infractions and schedule of fines:

10/14/2011

DDOE staff work under this agreement with the US Department of Defense to provide technical review and guidance to military services for installation restoration projects at active military sites and formerly used defense sites in the District of Columbia. 

10/14/2011

Application submitted by property at 413 Kennedy St, NW to participate in Voluntary Cleanup Program

10/14/2011

Application submitted by property at 1818 14th St NW to participate in Voluntary Cleanup Program

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