Business and industrial air pollution permits, agriculture burn permits, burn bans, vehicle emissions, current air quality conditions.
Climate Pollution Reduction
Reducing, tracking, reporting about greenhouse gas emissions; implementing the Climate Commitment Program, cap-and-invest program, Clean Fuel Standard, hydrofluorocarbons, zero emission vehicles.
Environmental conditions and trends, monitoring, etc.
Hazardous waste permits, dangerous waste reporting, Community-Right-To-Know, Toxics Release Inventory, pollution prevention, sustainability, etc.
Cleanup of U.S. Department of Energy's Hanford Site, oversight of mixed radioactive waste disposal.
Coastal zone management (CZM), shorelines management, wetlands, flooding, SEPA, environmental permitting assistance, Washington Conservation Corps (WCC), etc.
Litter, Ecology Youth Corps, recycling, compost, biosolids, moderate risk waste, Industrial Section (aluminum smelters, oil refineries, and pulp-and-paper mills), waste management grants, etc.
Preventing, preparing for, and responding to spills of oil and hazardous materials.
Contaminated site cleanup, sediment quality, underground storage tanks, etc.
Receptionist — 360-407-7170
Media contact — Cheryl Ann Bishop, email@example.com, 360-819-6247
Program Manager — Barry Rogowski, firstname.lastname@example.org
Water quality assessment, dam/hydropower licensing, grants, groundwater quality, lakes and aquatic plants, operator certification, permits, polluted runoff, water quality standards, stormwater, underground injection control (UIC), wastewater management, water cleanup plans, etc.
Dam safety, instream flows, water conservation, water rights, well construction, well-driller licensing, well logs, etc.
The Office of Equity & Environmental Justice's (OEEJ) mission is to eliminate environmental and health disparities for communities most at risk from pollution and other environmental impacts. We achieve this through fair and just practices that support the well-being and resilience of Ecology’s workforce and everyone in Washington.
Receptionist — 360-407-6000
Media contact — vacant
Program Manager — Millie Piazza, email@example.com
Legislatively established to implement the Chehalis Basin Strategy to reduce flood-related damages while restoring aquatic species habitat in the state's second largest river system.
Receptionist — 360-407-7674
Media contact — Curt Hart, firstname.lastname@example.org, 360-701-1220
Program Director — Jeff Zenk, email@example.com
Projects seek to meet current and future water needs along the Columbia River and its tributaries in Eastern Washington.
Receptionist — 509-575-2490
Media contact — Emily Tasaka, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-571-0352
Program Director — Tom Tebb, email@example.com
- See our Public Input & Events Listing - Public comment periods, public hearings, meetings, workshops and open houses
Information — PublicRecordsOfficer@ecy.wa.gov, 360-407-6989
- Ecology makes many records available at no cost with instant access. Try our online databases.
Publications and Forms
Most of Ecology's publications are available online as PDF or Word files. We encourage you to be sustainable by viewing our publications online and only printing them when necessary.
- See our Publications database
- Espanol: Manda un correo electrónico al equipo de español de Ecología a firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure who to contact?
Call our main receptionist — 360-407-6000