Eastern Region

Ecology has four regional offices. The Eastern region includes Adams, Asotin, Columbia, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, Walla Walla, and Whitman counties.
Ecology has four regional offices. The Eastern region includes Adams, Asotin, Columbia, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, Walla Walla, and Whitman counties.

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Let’s get #SmokeReadyTogether June 13-17
Get #SmokeReadyTogether this year and help prevent wildfires with these tips.
Vamos a #PrepararnosparaelHumoJuntos Junio 13-17
Prepárese para #SmokeReadyTogether este año y ayude a prevenir incendios forestales con estos consejos.
Why is this drought so wet?
Higher than normal snowpack and one of the wettest springs in recent memory may lead to questions about the current drought declaration. We have answers.
New report details pollutant sources for Hangman (Latah) Creek Watershed
To further understand water quality issues in the Hangman Creek Watershed, we performed a pollutant source assessment in 2018. The results of the study are now available.
Colville River Valley community helps make wood stove turn-in a success
Thanks to our woodstove reduction program, 141 old wood stoves were decommissioned at the Stevens County Landfill on Sunday, May 24, 2022.
Environmental restoration grants reach across state
We are awarding nearly $640,000 to fund 15 projects that will significantly improve water quality and the environment statewide.
Ecology welcomes public to offices
On March 21, Ecology no longer requires appointments to visit offices.
It’s dust storm season
Dust storms can occur in Central and Eastern Washington every spring through fall. Here are some quick tips to help keep you safe.
Walla Walla Water 2050 enters Phase Two
Both sides of the WA and OR border who call the Walla Walla watershed home are embarking on a new phase to bolster water supplies, now and in years to come.
Cleaning up: Two-thirds of Pasco Landfill hazardous drums dug up!
Cleanup contractors finished removing approximately two-thirds of the hazardous waste drums buried in Pasco Landfill’s Zone A.

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