The federal government’s move today to roll back its interpretation of Clean Water Act protections for a large number of wetlands and streams endangers public health and the future of our shared waters.
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.
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.
Clean water is essential to all life. And protecting our waterways from pollution is critical …
Troubled Waters report shows polluters dumping into Washington waterways, in violation of Clean Water Act
Major industrial facilities illegally dumped dangerous levels of pollution into Washington’s waterways 55 times over 21 months, according to a new report by Environment Washington Research and Policy Center.
On December 4, Puget Soundkeeper and Snohomish County filed a consent decree resolving a Clean Water Act case about the county’s management of polluted stormwater runoff.
Cargill Animal Nutrition and plaintiffs Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities have successfully negotiated and settled a Clean Water Act case over industrial discharges of polluted stormwater runoff at the company’s Ferndale facility.