FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 18, 2019 Duwamish River scrap facility to clean up its act …
“Plastic bags are symbolic of the problems arising from our consumption of single-use plastics: they are derived from and contain toxic petrochemicals; they are used briefly, persist in our environment for centuries, and contribute to marine debris.”
The Orca Salmon Alliance appreciates the hard work of the Task Force to address these pressing issues and to develop comprehensive, science-based measures to ensure the survival of Southern Resident orcas.
Shoreline Hearings Board upholds permits for Anacortes Refinery expansion; environmental organizations call decision flawed for …
“This is a failure on behalf of the courts and our public agencies to protect human health and the environment.”
Soundkeeper and WAP are taking action to enforce the Clean Water Act in order to protect the health of the Duwamish River and communities nearby.
Orca Salmon Alliance delivers 43,000+ public comments to Governor Inslee and the Southern Resident Recovery Task Force
The 15-group coalition calls for urgent action and political leadership to rebuild salmon populations and restore and reconnect healthy rivers and resilient watersheds to protect Southern Resident orcas from extinction.
After years of delay, APM Terminals to pay to mitigate pollution to Commencement Bay and South Puget Sound
Puget Soundkeeper has settled a major Clean Water Act case with APM Terminals, a container port operator, to protect South Puget Sound and Commencement Bay from polluted stormwater runoff.
The notice letter informs Boeing that Soundkeeper and WAP intend to file a lawsuit in federal court after 60 days to enforce the Clean Water Act and protect the health of the Duwamish River.
Today, the Washington State Department of Ecology established Puget Sound as an official No Discharge Zone under federal and state rules.