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A Little Green for the Brownfields

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.

New Tacoma park emerges from Superfund site

Dune Peninsula at Point Defiance offers walking paths, an amphitheater, and Puget Sound views on land that was once the ASARCO smelter slag heap.

Now accepting nominations for Cleanup Rule Advisory Group

Ecology's Toxics Cleanup Program is updating Washington's Cleanup Rule and we're recruiting an advisory group to help.

From onsite septic repair to stormwater infrastructure, $183 million is going to more than 100 clean water projects

We are offering more than $183 million in financial assistance for 106 high-priority clean water projects across the state.

Time to get Smoke Ready 

Despite the thunder and lightning earlier this week, we thankfully haven’t seen much smoke in Washington skies yet this year.

Calling all lovers of the Puget Sound!

We are hosting a Puget Sound Nutrient Dialog - an all day meeting to discuss and learn. 

Cleaning up: In the footprint of an old corner gas station

One of the largest categories of cleanup sites, statewide, is former gas stations. Gas station owners must follow newer laws and regulations to prevent leaks and spills.

Wood stove roundup: helping to clear wintertime smoke

Okanogan County residents took advantage of a cashback incentive to recycle old, wood stoves.

Legal victory holds Canadian company accountable for polluting the upper Columbia River

In a big win for the Colville Tribes and Washington, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a landmark environmental case this week.

Recycle Right: How empty is empty enough? How clean is clean enough? How dry is dry enough?
Recyclables need to be empty, clean, and dry in order to preserve their value as a recycled commodity.

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