Ecology Blog

How to replace hazardous lights in Washington schools
By filling out an application and verifying that it meets the criteria, Reardan High School recently qualified for up to $10,000 to remove, dispose of, and replace 30 old light ballasts.
Fecal Matters: Cormorant Cove beach is now open to water recreation, King County
Cormorant Cove beach is now open to water recreation, King County.
Two sites in King County move forward on environmental cleanup for affordable housing
Two cleanup sites in King County slated for redevelopment into affordable housing are both reaching key cleanup milestones this summer, and we’re inviting the public to comment.
Meaningful Momentum: CCA updates for June & July 2022
The blog may have skipped a month, but the work never stopped! Come check out our new post covering June and July — and get ready for a double dose of program updates!
Fecal Matters: Cormorant Cove beach is closed to water recreation, King County
Cormorant Cove beach is closed to water recreation, King County
Fecal Matters: Richey Viewpoint beach is now open to water recreation, King County
Richey Viewpoint beach is now open to water recreation, King County
Cleaning up: Pasco Landfill
More than 35,000 drums were removed from the closed Pasco Landfill. Contractors completed the work safely, incorporated green principles, and positively impacted the community.
Fecal Matters: The Mukilteo Lighthouse Park is open for water recreation, Snohomish County
No-contact advisory lifted. Water is safe for swimming and recreation.
Fecal Matters: No-contact advisory issued for the north end of Mukilteo Lighthouse Park, Snohomish County
No-contact advisory issued for the north end of Mukilteo Lighthouse Park, Snohomish County
Fecal Matters: Richey Viewpoint is closed to water recreation, King County
Richey Viewpoint in King County is closed to water recreation.

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