||Columbia Fruit Packers Inc
||Illegally disposed metal, oil filters and chemical container by burning in an outdoor area 15 feet by 15 feet.
||Randy and Michele Kiesz
||Landowners Randy and Michele Kiesz, as well as lessee Ron Fode, were fined $309,000 for illegally irrigating 335 acres of alfalfa and potatoes. Penalty appealed. News release
||Gold Medal Group, LLC and Dennis Pavlina
||Fined for failing to restore wetlands as ordered in 2007 to mitigate for wetlands destroyed during previous land development. Update: Penalty rescinded; restoration is now occurring and a conservation covenant is in place. News release
||Landowners Michael Schmidt, et al., c/o Ronald Sparks and lessee Ron Fode
||Landowners Michael Schmidt, et al. and lessee Ron Fode were fined $103,000 for illegally irrigating 65 acres of alfalfa. Penalty appealed. News release
||Landowner Ron Fode was fined $206,000 for illegally irrigating 130 acres of timothy hay. Penalty appealed. News release
||Pacific Ridge – DRH, LLC
||Discharged muddy water from a construction project into North Creek on Oct. 2, 2017. Failed to notify Ecology. Later, stopped the discharge until on-site treatment installed and operational. Penalty appealed.
||Kuney Construction Co.
||Discharged turbid water and process waste water from drilling operations into Kelsey Creek and associated wetlands. Penalty paid.
||Total Reclaim Inc.
||Illegally stored hundreds of thousands of pounds of flat screen TVs and monitors in dozens of semi-trailers parked on Harbor Island. Washington law requires e-waste to be recycled or disposed of as dangerous waste in a timely manner. News release
||Cooke Aquaculture, LLC
||Without water quality protections in place, Cooke Aquaculture Pacific repeatedly cleaned dirty equipment and discharged polluted wastewater into Puget Sound. Cooke operates commercial Atlantic salmon net pens in Washington state. News release
||Goldendale Market Place, LLC
||Failed to comply with recordkeeping/reporting requirements ($100), release detection ($600) and release reporting ($500) requirements at fueling station operations.
||Sierra Pacific Industries; Curt Adcock
||Discharged oil-laden stormwater from site to Oakland Bay, during construction activities adjacent to waters edge.
||Unauthorized construction along the shoreline and in the water of Palmer Lake in Okanogan County. Penalty has been appealed. News release
||Sonoco Products Sumner facility
||Failed to sample stormwater at outfall during first fall storm as required under stormwater discharge permit. No such sampling occurred for the year 2016.
||VT Volant Aerospace LLC
||Paid $37,996 to settle violations for mishandling dangerous waste and for a spill that occurred in 2015. News release