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From military training to public parks at Camp Bonneville
Camp Bonneville trained soldiers from 1910 to 1995, through both world wars, and the Korean, Vietnam, and Gulf wars. After 25 years munitions cleanup is complete and plans for a park are underway.
$18.7 million awarded for clean water projects in the southwest region
We're offering financial assistance for 19 high-priority projects.
$160 million awarded for clean water projects in the northwest region
We're offering financial assistance for 26 high-priority projects.
$14.7 million awarded for clean water projects in the central region
We're offering financial assistance for 16 high-priority projects.
$23 million awarded for clean water projects in the eastern region
We're offering financial assistance for 19 high-priority projects in the eastern region.
Legacy Pesticides Working Group update
The Legacy Pesticide Working Group is still working to find solutions to lead and arsenic contamination on former orchard lands. Find out the latest.
Yakima Railroad Area
Over the past 30 years, we've worked to clean up legacy pollution to soils and groundwater, and revitalize businesses along the Yakima Railroad Area Corridor.
Cleaning up: New fieldwork begins on Bellingham waterfront
The process of removing contaminated sediment from part of the I & J Waterway site will safely continue again.
Boots on the ground: AmeriCorps members help prepare COVID-19 test kits
Washington Conservation Corps AmeriCorps members are helping assemble COVID-19 test kits to support our state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Product Replacement Program helps businesses tackle toxics
Last year, Ecology’s Product Replacement Program helped more than 30 dry cleaners transition to safer cleaning methods. Now, we’re determining which toxic chemical we should help replace next.

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