WSR 04-13-062

DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY


[ Filed June 14, 2004, 4:06 p.m. ]


Washington State Register Public Notice for Toxics Cleanup Program Policy and Procedure Changes


Below is a table of outdated and/or irrelevant toxics cleanup program (TCP) policies and procedures. A description of each policy and procedure, change implemented, and TCP contact name and number is included. This information was also forwarded to Linda Thompson of TCP's headquarters office to be included in the toxics cleanup program site register. In addition, Carol Dorn, TCP's forms and records analyst, and Barb Huether, TCP's internet coordinator, have been notified of the changes.


TCP

Policy (POL) Number

Title

Description

Change (date) - Reason for Change

Contact Name

and Number

POL500A Negotiation Review Team The negotiation review team is established to provide program-wide quality assurance in the cleanup of hazardous waste sites; it is advisory in nature and will elevate to management any major program issues needing resolution. Eliminated (March 2004) - The toxics cleanup program disbanded the negotiation review team years ago. Curtis Dahlgren (360) 407-7187
POL540A Enforcement This policy applies whenever the department intends to issue MTCA orders requiring a potentially liable person to pay for cleanup costs or natural resource damage assessments. Updated (June 2003) - Updated enforcement provisions in accordance with chapter 173-340 WAC. Curtis Dahlgren (360) 407-7187
POL540B MTCA Aquatic Lands Enforcement Discretion (Interim) This policy provides guidance to ecology staff on the exercise of enforcement discretion under MTCA with respect to owners of aquatic lands who would otherwise not be liable for contamination on their property but for the fact that they have authorized the use of their land for a permitted discharge. Eliminated (March 2004) - Due to non-use. Curtis Dahlgren (360) 407-7187
POL610 Recruiting/

Appointing Members to TCP Regional Citizen's Advisory Committees

This policy applies when recruiting members for Regional Citizen's Advisory Committees established under WAC 193-340-610 and chapter 70.105D RCW. Eliminated (March 2004) - The Regional Citizen's Advisory Committee was eliminated with the passage of SSB 5401 by the 2001 legislature. Curtis Dahlgren (360) 407-7187
POL610A Recruiting for Regional Citizen's Advisory Committee This policy applies when recruiting members for the Regional Citizen's Advisory Committee (RCAC). Eliminated (March 2004) - This policy is no longer necessary since the RCAC was eliminated. Curtis Dahlgren (360) 407-7187
POL611 Providing Support to Citizen's Advisory Committees This policy applies to regional office activities to support the Regional Citizen's Advisory Committee (RCAC) for the toxics cleanup program. Eliminated (March 2004) - This policy is no longer necessary since the RCAC was eliminated. Curtis Dahlgren

(360) 407-7187

TCP Procedure (PRO)

Number

Title

Description

Change

Contact Name

and Number

PRO610A Evaluating Applications and Appointing Members This procedure applies when regional offices have completed a recruitment period to fill vacancies on a Regional Citizen's Advisory Committee (RCAC), see POL 610. Eliminated (March 2004) - This procedure is no longer necessary since the RCAC was eliminated. Curtis Dahlgren

(360) 407-7187

PRO610B Dismissing a Citizen's Advisory Committee Member This procedure applies whenever a staff person learns of cause to dismiss a Citizen's Advisory Committee member. Eliminated (March 2004) - This procedure is no longer necessary since the RCAC was eliminated. Curtis Dahlgren

(360) 407-7187

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