Office moving from downtown Yakima to new Union Gap facility
YAKIMA – After 20 years in its downtown Yakima location, the Washington Department of Ecology’s Central Region Office is preparing to move to... More
Seattle shoreline program approved
SEATTLE - The Washington Department of Ecology has approved Seattle’s updated shoreline master program.
Seattle’s program will r... More
New co-chair appointed to Agriculture and Water Quality Advisory Committee
SPOKANE – Continuing to build partnerships remains a key goal as a new co-chair is appointed to the Agriculture and Water Quality Advisory Comm... More
Department of Ecology proposes to amend Wastewater Discharge Permit Fees
The Department of Ecology is proposing to amend Chapter 173-224 WAC – Wastewater Discharge Permit Fees. This amendment will allow permit fees t... More
Ecology is in the process of updating and reissuing the Construction Stormwater General Permit (CSWGP)
Before finalizing the new CSWGP, permit holders and other interested parties have an opportunity to review and submit comments on the draft CSWGP... More
Surface condition report June 8, 2015 is now available.
Download here: http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/eap/mar_wat/surface.html Summary: Record warm water temperatures and low oxygen continue in Ecology... More
Edmonds Community College is conducting a study on gateways and barriers to green infrastructure implementation.
Edmonds Community College is conducting a study on gateways and barriers to green infrastructure implementation in municipalities within the twel... More
EPA Updates General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Industrial Activities
On June 4, 2015, EPA finalized its updated Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) to regulate stormwater discharges from industrial facilitie... More
Yakima Valley native to lead water supply efforts in the Columbia Basin
YAKIMA – Tom Tebb was named Tuesday to head the Washington Department of Ecology’s Office of Columbia River. As director of the office, Tebb... More
Fifteen Projects Unveiled to Green Local Communities, Create Jobs and Manage Stormwater Runoff
Fifteen Projects Unveiled to ‘Green’ Local Communities, Create Jobs and Manage Stormwater Runoff
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agen... More