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               (See also CLEAN AIR AGENCIES; ENERGY; HAZARDOUS WASTE; UTILITIES)
Airport, international, air traffic and air quality at, studying: HB 1171, SHB 1171, SB 5225
Asphalt production and transportation, pollution reduction measures: HB 1028
Burning, burn ban violations and penalties: HB 1928, SB 5658
Burning, burn bans restricting solid fuel burning device use, lifting in cold weather: SB 5658
Burning, outdoor, in apple maggot quarantine areas: SB 6055, * SSB 6055, CH 147 (2018)
Burning, outdoor, of commercial berry-growing pruning waste: SB 5004, SSB 5004
Burning, outdoor, pilot program in urban growth areas: SB 6055
Burning, outdoor, prohibiting in certain urban growth areas: HB 2047
Carbon planning adder, use by utilities: HB 2839, SB 6424
Carbon pollution mitigation tax grant, low-income, establishing: HB 2230, SB 5930
Carbon pollution mitigation tax, imposing, including revenues disposition: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Carbon pollution tax on fossil fuels and electricity, imposing, when: SB 6096
Carbon pollution tax on fossil fuels, imposing: HB 1555, SB 5127, SB 5385, SB 5930, SB 6203, SSB 6203, 2SSB 6203, SB 6335
Carbon reduction and environmental resiliency account, creating: SB 5930
Carbon reduction investment fund account, creating: SB 5930
Carbon reduction investment fund, creating: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Carbon reduction investment fund, project awards from, when: HB 2230, SB 5930
Carbon reduction investments, in rural manufacturing, incentives for: SB 5918
Carbon reduction strategy, state's, including forest riparian easement program: HB 1531, SB 5394, SSB 5394
Carbon reduction, zero-carbon resource use by utilities, impact of: HB 2347
Carbon sequestration strategy, state's, including forest riparian easement program: * ESHB 1531, CH 140 (2017)
Carbon-free, renewable, and economical energy, task force on, establishing: 2SHB 2283
Clean air and clean energy panel, on pollution fee, creating: SB 6629
Clean energy account, creating: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Clean energy districts, creating, authority for: HB 1964
Clean energy standard, electric utilities, carbon-free and distributed energy resources: SB 6253, SSB 6253
Clean water and healthy forests panel, on pollution fee, creating: SB 6629
Dust, fugitive, from agricultural activity, cattle feedlot exemption, when: HB 1299, SHB 1299, SB 5196, * SSB 5196, CH 217 (2017)
Economic and environmental justice oversight panel, establishing: SSB 6203, 2SSB 6203
Environmental and economic justice panel, on pollution fee, creating: SB 6629
Fossil fuel generating resources, electric utility reliance on, reducing: SHB 2995, 2SSB 6253
Greenhouse gas emissions, baseline federal standards and agency rules: SB 6083
Greenhouse gas emissions, carbon reduction investments: HB 2283, SHB 2283
Greenhouse gas emissions, certain reporting requirements, repealing: SB 5172
Greenhouse gas emissions, clean fuels program carbon-intensity limits: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Greenhouse gas emissions, creating clean air districts for reducing: HB 1964
Greenhouse gas emissions, in-state, regulating and reporting, modifications: HB 2879
Greenhouse gas emissions, limits for Washington state: SB 6096
Greenhouse gas emissions, limits, agricultural or food products producers, relief for: HB 2769
Greenhouse gas emissions, limits, aligning with 2015 Paris climate agreement: HB 2225, HB 2294
Greenhouse gas emissions, limits, consistency with climate change science: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2SHB 1144, E3SHB 1144
Greenhouse gas emissions, limits, exemption for food-processing facilities: HB 2768
Greenhouse gas emissions, pollution fee on large emitters, imposing: SB 6629
Greenhouse gas emissions, pollution fee, community capacity program using: SB 6629
Greenhouse gas emissions, pollution fee, public oversight board, establishing: SB 6629
Greenhouse gas emissions, pollution fee, three panels in connection with, creating: SB 6629
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing levels, including reductions by agencies: E3SHB 1144
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing via state contractor eligible materials: HB 2412, SHB 2412
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing, certain fee deposit contingencies: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing, utility zero-carbon resource use: HB 2347
Greenhouse gas emissions, reduction, building code construction standards to support: HB 2847
Greenhouse gas emissions, schedule for reducing, modifying: HB 1372, HB 1646, SB 5421, SB 5509
Greenhouse gas emissions, transition to clean energy, tax preferences: HB 2283, SHB 2283
Greenhouse gas planning adder, use by utilities: ESHB 2839, SSB 6424
Motor vehicle emission standards, adoption of California standards, revising: HB 2328, SSB 6080
Odors from marijuana producer and processor premises, masking: HB 1911, SHB 1911
Odors or dust from marijuana facilities, clean air act exemption, when: HB 2882
Pollutants, sources of toxic, emission values table, updating: HB 2602
Pollutants, sources of toxic, near certain port, studying: HB 2603
Pollution cleanup fund advisory board, establishing: SSB 6203
Pollution control facility programs and activities, port district funds for: HB 2540, * SB 6207, CH 148 (2018)
Ports, high-volume, zero-emission drayage vehicles, using: HB 2601, SHB 2601
Standards, baseline federal, agency rules to be as stringent: SB 6083
Transportation fuels, clean fuels program carbon-intensity limits: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338