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Walking tours of a cleanup-site help the Bellingham community get involved in the transformation of the central waterfront.
Old gas stations and shuttered industrial facilities can sit empty, possibly contaminated, for years. Our Brownfields Program can help put them back to use, like it did in Palouse.
During his summer internship with Ecology's Nuclear Waste Program, Tri-Cities native Isaac Leggett expanded his knowledge about Hanford beyond anything he'd learned growing up in the area.
EPA awarded $2.4 million in grants to five recipients to help assess and clean up local brownfields & properties that haven't been redeveloped due to potential contamination.
Dune Peninsula at Point Defiance offers walking paths, an amphitheater, and Puget Sound views on land that was once the ASARCO smelter slag heap.
Ecology's Toxics Cleanup Program is updating Washington's Cleanup Rule and we're recruiting an advisory group to help.
We are offering more than $183 million in financial assistance for 106 high-priority clean water projects across the state.
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