Water Supply Update

Washington's drought shows no sign of ending as we approach spring. 

Thoughts on Hanford

In February, our Nuclear Waste Program Manager departed for an exciting new role as Region Director of Ecology’s Central Regional Office in Union Gap. 

Let’s Talk About the National Park Service’s job at Hanford

For our next edition of Let’s Talk About Hanford, we're welcoming Becky Burghart from the Manhattan Project National Historical Park.

Not your grandparents' auto shop

A new training program at Centralia High School aims to inspire students to pursue careers in renewable energies.This pilot program is made possible with grants from the Department of Ecology.

Cleaning up: Bellingham waterfront site moves closer to cleanup

We’re signing a legal agreement with the Port and City of Bellingham requiring them to implement an updated cleanup action plan for the RG Haley site in Bellingham, WA, and we’d like your input.

Behind the scenes at the Nuclear Waste Program

In this edition of our Behind the Scenes at the Nuclear Waste Program series, we sat down with Eddie Holbrook, our Waste Management Section Manager.

World Wetlands Day

It's World Wetlands Day help us celebrate by learning more about Wetlands and how we're protecting them. 

$386 million in clean water projects planned for Washington

We're proposing to award $386 million in grants and loans for 134 high-priority clean water projects across the state.

July drought declaration still in effect

Despite January winter storms, snowpack and water supply forecasts are below normal according to the experts who recently gathered for the first Water Supply Availability Committee Meeting of 2024.

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. 

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