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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.
Cleaning up: Getting ready for more Bellingham Bay cleanup
Ecology is cleaning up Bellingham Bay one site at a time. This year you’ll see fieldwork at TWO sites!
Ecology welcomes public to offices
On March 21, Ecology no longer requires appointments to visit offices.
Questions about Nooksack adjudication?
Ecology will host the first in a series of live online events to answer questions about adjudication.
Ecology seeking contacts for statewide wetland mapping inventory project
We're starting a statewide survey to inventory wetland maps and mapping efforts in Washington.
Cleaning up: Two South Lake Union cleanups to make room for commercial space and affordable housing
The public is invited to comment on cleanup plans for two South Lake Union cleanup sites.
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.