Special Condition S8.D of the 2007-2012 Phase I Municipal Stormwater Permit required permittees to collect and analyze data to evaluate pollutant loadings of stormwater discharged from different land uses: high density (HD) residential, low density (LD) residential, commercial, and industrial.
To meet the S8.D requirement, Phase I Permittees collected water quality and flow data, sediment data, and toxicity information from stormwater discharges during storm events.
This is a list of cleanup sites in Washington State. It includes sites and associated websites. It includes location data, Cleanup Status, Site Rank – if the site is ranked, and if the site has an Environmental Covenant.
Over half the cleanup sites have a status of “No Further Action Required/Decision” or NFA. If a site has a NFA it includes the latest NFA date and NFA reason.
The Washington Department of Ecology (Toxics Cleanup Program) works to clean up contaminated sites/properties throughout the state of Washington. This data was downloaded from the Integrated Site Information System (ISIS) database and is monthly.
This indicator tracks the lost market value of recyclable materials when they are disposed in landfills and incinerators instead of being recycled. The market value is calculated by applying commodity prices to estimates of recyclable material disposed.
This is a link to the ISIS database at Washington Department of Ecology - Toxics Cleanup Program. The ISIS Web reporting portal provides a selection of standard reports for Cleanup Sites, Brownfields, Underground Storage Tanks(UST), Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, and Environmental Covenants Registry.
This indicator tracks the amount of regulated, recurrent hazardous waste generated (produced) and recycled by certain businesses and facilities in Washington State. It reflects approximately 1,200 businesses and organizations that generate more than 2,640 pounds each of hazardous waste per year. It does not include the 2,800 annual reporters that are either smaller waste generators who are not required to report waste amounts, or facilities that did not generate hazardous waste, for example transporters.
This is a pie chart of cleanup sites by cleanup status. (i.e. “Awaiting Cleaning”, “Cleanup Started”, “No Further Action Required”, etc)
The Washington Department of Ecology (Toxics Cleanup Program) works to clean up contaminated sites/properties throughout the state of Washington. This data was downloaded from the Integrated Site Information System (ISIS) database and is updated monthly.