A record year for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles in Washington

Washington's 2023 electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle sales were more than double the national average, putting us right behind California when it comes to zero-emission vehicle adoption.

Food packaging laws seek to reduce litter and PFAS contamination

Washington has requirements for disposable and single-use food packaging.

Banana peel bacon? Use Food Well will change how you think about food waste

Get involved with Ecology’s new campaign to reduce food waste in Washington!

New budget air filters to hit market

In response to worsening wildfires, EPA held a prize competition encouraging the creation of more affordable air filters. Ecology supported the competition during its first phase. 

Cleaning up: Sampling at Gas Works Park slated to begin in April

Sampling work at Gas Works Park in Seattle will begin in April.

Linkage update: California and Québec show interest in a shared carbon market with Washington

Between our March 20 joint statement with California and Québec and recent legislation that paves the way for linkage on our end, Washington is on a promising path.

How to save money on waste disposal

Ecology's technical assistance helps a business owner designate waste and save money on disposal.

Cleaning up: A Avenue Landfill

We'd like your comments on a legal agreement for investigating contamination at an old landfill in Anacortes.

Reflecting on World Water Day and protecting Washington’s freshwater resources

Celebrating World Water Day and reflecting on Ecology's role in protecting state freshwater resources

Supporting a drier Yakima Basin in 2024

The Yakima Basin is heading into summer with a projected 72 percent of normal water supply. Here's how we're preparing for reduced water supply and minimizing the impacts on people, fish, and farms.

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