After dredging of the Port of Olympia marine terminals in 2009, the area appears to have been recontaminated with dioxin, and materials are sloughing from under the piers in this 2010 file photo. Floating "camels" resembling fences help give space to the log ship Dry Beam, keeping it away from the pier.
After dredging of the Port of Olympia marine terminals in 2009, the area appears to have been recontaminated with dioxin, and materials are sloughing from under the piers in this 2010 file photo. Floating "camels" resembling fences help give space to the log ship Dry Beam, keeping it away from the pier. The Olympian
After dredging of the Port of Olympia marine terminals in 2009, the area appears to have been recontaminated with dioxin, and materials are sloughing from under the piers in this 2010 file photo. Floating "camels" resembling fences help give space to the log ship Dry Beam, keeping it away from the pier. The Olympian

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