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WWU, Ecology team to train future cleanup experts
As a college student, Susannah Edwards toured the Everett Shipyard cleanup site on Port Gardner Bay. Now she's working on cleaning up the shipyard as an Ecology employee.
Earth ... pass it on: Tackling Toxics

Toxic chemicals pose an immediate health threat to children. Preventing exposure is the smartest, cheapest, and healthiest way to protect people and the environment.

Let’s Talk Science: A pH Solution
We are all familiar with the term acid and we often hear about the pH scale, but what does it really mean? It is a delicate dance at the molecular level. Let's break it down.
Tacoma Smelter Plume: Dirt Alert! and Soil Cleanup Coming to Ruston and North Tacoma
Dirt Alert is a program to protect you and your family from arsenic and lead in soil.
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.
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.
Tacoma Smelter Plume: Yard cleanup program comment period starts today
Some yards in Ruston, west Tacoma, and south Vashon-Maury Island could have high levels of arsenic and lead from the former Asarco smelter in Tacoma.
Ecology investigates contaminated groundwater at Boeing Auburn site
Some western Washington residents are getting new information about a continuing investigation into a plume of contaminated groundwater.

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