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Everett Smelter’s Lowlands area moves two steps closer to cleanup
Ecology has taken key steps towards identifying possible cleanup methods in the industrial east side of the Everett Smelter Site.
Around the Sound: Work Underway at the Rayonier Mill Cleanup Site
You may have noticed more activity recently at the Rayonier Mill cleanup site in Port Angeles.
Cleaning up: Northlake Ship Yard
Two barges will pass through the locks and arrive in Lake Union in Seattle to get set to remove contaminated mud from Lake Union's bottom.
Reflections on first Puget Sound Nutrient Forum

On April 25, key decision makers, scientists, and practitioners met at the first Puget Sound Nutrient Forum to form an advisory workgroup.

5 tips for homeowners to prevent stormwater pollution
Here in the Puget Sound, we are exceptionally sensitive to stormwater pollution. But before we get overwhelmed, let's focus on what we do.
Around the Sound: Rayonier Mill cleanup on schedule
The Rayonier Mill cleanup is on schedule.
Around the Sound: Changes already obvious during Port Gamble Bay cleanup
Cleanup work in and around Port Gamble Bay didn't start until late September, but already the changes are striking.
A breath of fresh air...
Learn how the Washington Clean Air Act came to fruition. (Pt. 3 of 3)
Feb. 23, 1970 - A step closer to Ecology's creation
On Feb. 23, 1970, Gov. Dan Evans signed into law a bill creating Washington's new Department of Ecology, set to open July 1 of that year.
Cleaning up: A riverside cleanup just around the bend
We're taking comments on studies of contamination and cleanup alternatives for exterior walls and adjacent soil at the former Anacortes water treatment plant at Mount Vernon.