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Boeing agreed to clean up the Duwamish Waterway and restore the waterway ecosystem from 2012. As part of the program that will involve excavating more than 100,000 cu. yd. of sediment and replacing it with clean sand, the company will demolish several aging buildings located at its Plant 2 facility in Seattle to facilitate cleanup efforts. The buildings, which were partially constructed on pilings over the waterway between 1936 and 1941, produced many of the B-17s used in World War II and ...
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