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Washington businesses benefit from free, grant-funded Pollution Prevention internships
The Washington Applied Sustainability Internship (WASI) program places summer interns at businesses to help with pollution prevention (P2) projects. Apply now to host an intern for summer 2024.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were banned 45 years ago. Why are they still a problem?
Our recent actions to reduce PCB pollution from products.
Ecology Food Center reduces waste and connects people to healthy food
The Center for Sustainable Food Management launched on January 1st and is planning an action packed 2024, including Washington's first statewide food waste prevention campaign.
Camano Island community takes the lead on septic solutions
The Maple Grove Community on Camano Island worked with Ecology and Craft3 to create a solution for their septic issues by the community, for the community.
Washington aerospace business earns EPA Region 10 2023 Pollution Prevention Recognition Award
Innovative alternatives to toxic chemicals protect employees, budgets, and the environment.
Food processor saves production cost with Ecology pollution prevention grant
Ecology's toxics reduction experts are working with the J.M. Smucker Company to evaluate cleaning systems at one of Smucker’s leading fruit processing facilities in Grandview, Wash.
Identifying and managing PCB-containing building materials
We’re providing training to help business owners, consultants, and contractors safely maintain and abate buildings that contain polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs.