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Perhaps no one has been monitoring Duwamish River recovery as closely as Chris Wilke (left) and James Rasmussen. Wilke is the head of the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. Rasmussen is with the Duwamish River Clean up Coalition. (EarthFix Photo/Katie Campbell)

Perhaps no one has been monitoring Duwamish River recovery as closely as Chris Wilke (left) and James Rasmussen. Wilke is the head of the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. Rasmussen is with the Duwamish River Clean up Coalition. (EarthFix Photo/Katie Campbell)

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Polluted Waters: How Clean Is Clean?

Ashley Ahearn
07/19/2012

The lower part of Seattle's Duwamish River was declared a Superfund site in 2001. That means the polluters have to work with the Environmental Protection Agency to clean it up. More than 10 years later, the EPA and the polluters are close to proposing a clean up plan, but there's still some debate about how clean this river should be.

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