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Headed out on your boat? Pump out your sewage, don't let it float!
Planning some time on your boat as summer kicks off? Here’s the last of our water-related reminders: don’t empty your boat’s holding tank into Puget Sound or inland waters.
Headed to a lake or river today? Look out for blooming harmful algae!
Once again, it is time to keep an eye out for harmful algae (cyanobacteria) blooms in Washington lakes and rivers. As the weather heats up, these blooms can happen, especially in late summer and fall.
Headed to the beach? Check for poop before you stick in your feet!
Check our safe swimming map for beach advisories and closures. Help us keep poop off the beach.
Cleaning up: Dawn Food Products site moves closer to cleanup
We’re signing a legal agreement with a new property owner to investigate and clean up the contamination at the Dawn Food Products site in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, and we’d like your input.
Cleaning up: Two sites in Blaine Harbor move forward
We invite public comments on two cleanup sites in Blaine Harbor, May 22 - July 5.
Keep plastics out of compost
Composting is a great way to turn organic material into a valuable soil amendment. Don't ruin it with plastic bags, food packaging, and produce stickers.
Phthalates Action Plan: We need your input!
Learn about our draft Phthalates Action Plan, upcoming webinars, and how you can provide feedback on our recommendations.
Air Quality Awareness Week 2023
May 1-5 is Air Quality Awareness week. Learn about air pollution and how to protect your health and the environment.
Grant program supports community-based improvements to waste management
Grants to repair and reuse organizations is one way Ecology supports community-based improvements to waste management in Washington.
New plan to address bacteria in Whatcom Creek Watershed
Water quality monitoring shows that fecal bacteria are polluting the Whatcom Creek watershed. We've developed a draft plan to get to clean water.

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