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Partnerships fuel removal of toxic tires from Washington’s waters
Removing waste tires from Washington's waters is a complex, long-term issue. But we can start tackling parts of the problem now. Learn about two of our grant recipients working on tire removal.
New rulemaking will update protections for aquatic life from toxic chemicals
Based on EPA recommendations and feedback, we started the process to update our aquatic life criteria to reflect new information about toxic chemicals.
Why is this drought so wet?
Higher than normal snowpack and one of the wettest springs in recent memory may lead to questions about the current drought declaration. We have answers.
We’re on the move: Launching the next Safer Products for Washington phase
We’re gearing up to develop rules for the first Safer Products for Washington cycle, and we hope you will continue to be involved.
Meaningful Momentum: CCA updates for May 2022
On May 17, 2022, we proposed rule language for Chapter 173-446 WAC, which establishes the mechanics of the cap-and-invest program. Learn more about this major milestone and other CCA updates!
Dam scary words for un-scary dam conditions
Terms like "high hazard" and "poor condition" might sound a little scary when talking about dams. Here's what the terms really mean.
Colville River Valley community helps make wood stove turn-in a success
Thanks to our woodstove reduction program, 141 old wood stoves were decommissioned at the Stevens County Landfill on Sunday, May 24, 2022.
“Who wouldn’t love this?”
Spend a day with a Washington Conservation Corps crew as they clear trails on Tiger Mountain, near Issaquah, WA
Environmental restoration grants reach across state
We are awarding nearly $640,000 to fund 15 projects that will significantly improve water quality and the environment statewide.
State provides new guidance for commercial marine fish net pens
New guidance available for commercial marine fish net pens in Puget Sound.

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