This page provides access to Ecology's major services, organized by function. Many of these functions cut across the agency's principal statutory authorities and major organizational units (See Programs).
Actions taken to obtain compliance with environmental laws and regulations whenever voluntary compliance cannot be achieved.
Monitoring and assessing streams, rivers, lakes, marine waters, sediments, and groundwater.
Classroom curriculum guides, teacher workshops, volunteer opportunities, and other resources for students and teachers.
Financial assistance awarded to public entities to support environmental management objectives.
PERMITTING (Also see Facility/Site Identification)
Issuance of environmental permits, licenses, certifications, and other approvals.
Review of environmental impacts of proposed projects.
SITE CLEANUP (Also see Facility/Site Identification)
Response to oil and hazardous-materials spills to minimize risk to public health and safety and damage to the environment.
Various resources and other assistance to support voluntary compliance with environmental rules and good stewardship of Washington's environmental resources.
Support of local planning activities to address problems related to fish recovery, flooding, stream flows, and water quality.
Let us know about any environmental problem, including spills and stormdrain dumping
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