Ecology's Toxics Cleanup Program is updating Washington's Cleanup Rule and we're recruiting an advisory group to help.
One of the largest categories of cleanup sites, statewide, is former gas stations. Gas station owners must follow newer laws and regulations to prevent leaks and spills.
In a big win for the Colville Tribes and Washington, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a landmark environmental case this week.
We're starting to work with the U.S. Department of Energy to determine the ultimate fate of the tunnel's highly radioactive contents.
Through our Residential Yard Sampling and Cleanup Program, we're cleaning up and replacing soil in 14 yards and a community park in the southern end of Vashon-Maury Island.
We're celebrating 30 years of cleaning up Washington under our environmental cleanup law & the Model Toxics Control Act. To date, more than 7,000 sites in Washington have been cleaned up.
We’re pulling up sod and replacing soil in two northeast Everett parks. Toxic metals and other particles from the Everett Smelter contaminated the grounds.
Two developments herald potential major changes in the long-term federal effort to clean up the highly contaminated Hanford nuclear reservation.
Ecology is funding projects in six cities to help clean up contaminated properties – and help with the housing crisis.
We're celebrating 30 years of cleaning up Washington under our environmental cleanup law – the Model Toxics Control Act.
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