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Cleaning up: Fieldwork on Bellingham waterfront's largest cleanup site
What's next for cleaning up the Whatcom Waterway?
Additional $10 million for stormwater projects
We determined that there is an additional $10 million available to fund 22 more stormwater projects across the state.
Washington’s Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Program shows why it is a model for the nation
Ecology's Spills Program has released its Activity and Funding Report Report detailing the program’s work and funding sources while outlining challenges.
Saying no to drugs... and spills
History of Ecology's Spills Program's involvement in illegal drug operation cleanups.
Ready for summer!
Halfway through this year of pandemic and upheaval, summer brings much to do — and appreciate.
$165 million awarded for clean water projects in the northwest region
We're offering financial assistance for 33 high-priority projects.
Secure your load: Prevent litter and save lives
National Secure Your Load Day is held annually on June 6th and encourages all drivers to properly secure their loads every time they drive.
Cleaning up: New fieldwork begins on Bellingham waterfront
The process of removing contaminated sediment from part of the I & J Waterway site will safely continue again.
Cleaning up: North Everett yard make-overs still available
Soil cleanup continues this year in the Everett Smelter Plume site, located in of the city’s north end. We encourage homeowners who have not joined the process to sign up for free soil sampling.
Affordable housing and economic stimulus through environmental cleanup
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $2.1 million in grants to four Washington communities to help assess local brownfields.