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PFAS Sampling in Lake Washington
Scientists from our Toxic Studies Unit recently completed the first round of sampling as part of a new PFAS study in Lake Washington and its tributaries.
Cleaning up Hanford: Much progress, a lot left to do
This is the last week on the job for Nuclear Waste Program Manager Alex Smith. Before Smith heads off to her next adventure, however, she reflected on her last five years heading the program.
Beware of cute little monsters: The jelly-dwelling anemone has a spooky secret
Step aside, Alien. Puget Sound has its very own version of this famous parasitic predator, but without the terrifying claws or fangs.
If they build it, will the salmon come?
A restored Chelan River is prompting Ecology to evaluate what the river can support.
Fecal Matters: No-contact advisory issued for Port Washington Narrows, Kitsap County
No-contact advisory issued for Port Washington Narrows, Kitsap County
Fecal Matters: Saltwater State Park is open for water contact recreation, King County
Fecal Matters: Saltwater State Park in King County is open for water contact recreation.
Improving our permit that helps lake managers control aquatic plants and algae
We are looking for feedback on draft updates to the general permit for aquatic plant and algae management.
Cut costs with Ecology's Lean/Green Program
Lean/Green manufacturers have a more streamlined operation with less impact on the environment. Listen to the Lean/Green Program's Hugh O'Neill talk about how it can help a business's bottom line.
Little Spokane River cleanup plan ready for public review
Ecology's draft plan for better water quality in the Little Spokane River is available for comment
50 years of litter pickup and prevention
Maintaining the quality of scenic roads and the health of roadsides and what lies downgrade is a cornerstone of our work and serves as a thermometer to litter control efforts across the state.

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