Ecology Blog

New paper about Contaminants of Emerging Concern in wastewater
New review paper gathers studies about Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs) entering Washington water
Bend, but don’t break: The bamboo worms flex and flourish
Since June encompasses three outdoorsy occasions, let’s get our hands dirty and talk about an incredible group of animals that resemble a truly incredible plant: the bamboo worms.
Fecal Matters: Des Moines Beach Park is closed due to sewage spill, King County
Public Health Seattle & King County issued a closure at Des Moines Beach Park due to a sewage spill from the Midway Sewer District.
Reducing plastics in Washington
Plastic pollution is everywhere and poses a threat to human health, wildlife, and the environment .
Eye on (Water) Supply
Eye on Supply: An explanation of how we can talk about drought during a rainstorm.
Ecology extends public comment period for draft net pen guidance
We have extended the deadline for the public to comment on draft state guidance for commercial marine net pens to Aug. 5, 2021.
Is your dry cleaner still using toxic PERC?
50 dry cleaning businesses across the state have switched from using toxic PERC. However, approximately 60 are still operating.
To prevent dead zones in Puget Sound, communities must tackle nutrient pollution
The Puget Sound Nutrient General Permit is a major milestone in restoring the health of Puget Sound.
Sea #SmokeReady2021 esta temporada de incendios forestales
Sea #SmokeReady2021 esta temporada de incendios forestales
Be #SmokeReady2021 this wildfire season
It's #SmokeReady2021 week. Here's how to prepare for wildfire season.

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