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Cleaning up: Bellingham waterfront site moves closer to cleanup

We’re signing a legal agreement with the Port and City of Bellingham requiring them to implement an updated cleanup action plan for the RG Haley site in Bellingham, WA, and we’d like your input.

Washington businesses benefit from free, grant-funded Pollution Prevention internships

The Washington Applied Sustainability Internship (WASI) program places summer interns at businesses to help with pollution prevention (P2) projects. Apply now to host an intern for summer 2024. 

Cleaning up: Range of cleanup options considered for Lower Duwamish Waterway site

Tell us what you think of the cleanup options for the Boeing Isaacson Thompson site in the Lower Duwamish Waterway

Everett wastewater treatment plant’s water quality permit up for review

We’re inviting the public to comment on the draft water quality permit for the Everett wastewater treatment plant.

Application period open for oil spill equipment grants

2023 oil spill equipment grant application period is now open.

Safer Products for Washington focuses on PFAS for August 10 webinar

Our scientists and economists will share background information, research into product categories, and preliminary conclusions in an August 10 webinar.

Cleaning up: Early cleanup work continues at historic hospital site in Sedro-Woolley

We’re revising one of the early cleanup actions at the Northern State Hospital site in Sedro-Woolley, and we’d like your input.

Looking for water right documents?

We've streamlined how we post water right documents and decisions. Our new online portal has most documents in one location for each of our four regions  

We’re looking for safer alternatives to 6PPD. Here’s how you can help.
Learn more about the hazard criteria we’ll use when searching for safer alternatives to 6PPD, including how to offer feedback.
Identifying and managing PCB-containing building materials

We’re providing training to help business owners, consultants, and contractors safely maintain and abate buildings that contain polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs.