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Reopening our offices to the public
All Ecology offices are open to the public by appointment. Online health screenings and masks are required, regardless of vaccination status.
Cleaning up: Agreement maps cleanup process at former Seattle Times site
We're inviting comment on a legal agreement with the owners of the former Seattle Times site to begin the formal cleanup process.
Cleaning up: Agreement will start cleanup process where railroad tank cars stopped at former Seattle oil terminal
We're taking comment on a legal agreement with BNSF Railway to begin the cleanup process on the company's portion of the former Time Oil terminal site in Seattle.
Cleaning up: An update will help Everett’s Riverfront redevelopment move forward
We're taking comments on a legal agreement amendment for new safeguards at the Everett Landfill Tire Fire site, located in Everett between Interstate 5 and the Snohomish River.
Cleaning up: On Bellingham’s waterfront, a cleanup plan for the Chlor-Alkali Area
We're taking comments on a cleanup plan for the Chlor-Alkali Area of the Georgia-Pacific West site on the Bellingham waterfront.
Ecology extends public comment period for draft net pen guidance
We have extended the deadline for the public to comment on draft state guidance for commercial marine net pens to Aug. 5, 2021.
Be #SmokeReady2021 this wildfire season
It's #SmokeReady2021 week. Here's how to prepare for wildfire season.
Sea #SmokeReady2021 esta temporada de incendios forestales
Sea #SmokeReady2021 esta temporada de incendios forestales
Cleaning up: An outdoor cleanup plan inside a river bend
We're taking comments on a cleanup plan for exterior walls and adjacent soil at the former Anacortes water treatment plant at Mount Vernon.
The soon to be "not-so-swift" Swift Creek
Ecology and Whatcom County are collaborating on the Swift Creek flood control and sediment management project with construction starting soon.

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