Notice: All Ecology offices remain closed to walk-in service due to COVID-19.
Despite the thunder and lightning earlier this week, we thankfully haven’t seen much smoke in Washington skies yet this year.
Using continuous monitoring data, we can let you know when air pollution reaches unhealthy levels.
Take a moment to learn about temperature inversions, air quality burn bans, and how to get the most out of your fire while protecting your health.
Months of unusually warm and dry weather continue to put pressure on the state’s rivers and streams.
70 percent of the state is abnormally dry, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
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