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Up to $10.7 million is still available for water banking projects

Eligibility has expanded for Ecology's Water Banking Pilot Grants.

Cleaning up: Sampling at Gas Works Park slated to begin in April

Sampling work at Gas Works Park in Seattle will begin in April.

Linkage update: California and Québec show interest in a shared carbon market with Washington

Between our March 20 joint statement with California and Québec and recent legislation that paves the way for linkage on our end, Washington is on a promising path.

Reflecting on World Water Day and protecting Washington’s freshwater resources

Celebrating World Water Day and reflecting on Ecology's role in protecting state freshwater resources

Supporting a drier Yakima Basin in 2024

The Yakima Basin is heading into summer with a projected 72 percent of normal water supply. Here's how we're preparing for reduced water supply and minimizing the impacts on people, fish, and farms.

Comment today on cleanup plans for a closed landfill in Snohomish County

The public is invited to comment on cleanup plans for a recently closed landfill in Snohomish County

Thoughts on Hanford

In February, our Nuclear Waste Program Manager departed for an exciting new role as Region Director of Ecology’s Central Regional Office in Union Gap. 

Let’s Talk About the National Park Service’s job at Hanford

For our next edition of Let’s Talk About Hanford, we're welcoming Becky Burghart from the Manhattan Project National Historical Park.

Not your grandparents' auto shop

A new training program at Centralia High School aims to inspire students to pursue careers in renewable energies.This pilot program is made possible with grants from the Department of Ecology.

Behind the scenes at the Nuclear Waste Program

In this edition of our Behind the Scenes at the Nuclear Waste Program series, we sat down with Eddie Holbrook, our Waste Management Section Manager.