Topical Index

WATER  WATER RSS Feed
               (See also WATER POLLUTION; WATER RIGHTS; WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS)
Bottled water, sales and use tax exemptions, eliminating, exceptions: HB 1549, * EHB 2163, CH 28 (2017), HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5112, SB 5929
Clean water and healthy forests panel, on pollution fee, creating: SB 6629
Droughts, water and landscaping, homeowner and condominium association rules: HB 1172, SHB 1172, HB 2485, SHB 2485
Educational facilities, lead in drinking water systems/outlets, preventing: HB 1842, HB 1925
Greywater, reuse in buildings, when: HB 1213, SHB 1213
Infrastructure projects, funding from new water infrastructure account: SB 5930
Infrastructure, water infrastructure program competitive grant process, establishing: SB 6588
Irrigation districts, administrative provisions, various: * SB 5331, CH 321 (2017)
Irrigation districts, as municipal suppliers, identifying rights for municipal uses: HB 1084, SB 5005
Irrigation districts, authority of, various provisions: * HB 1578 (2017) V, * SB 5261, CH 63 (2017)
Irrigation districts, construction contract bidding, revising process: SB 6271, SSB 6271
Irrigation districts, director and secretary oaths, removing bond requirements: SB 6271, SSB 6271
Irrigation districts, election process, modifying: HB 2675
Irrigation districts, information disclosure on billing statements from: SB 6587
Irrigation, as beneficial use, priority over base or minimum flows: HB 1348
Municipal water suppliers, charging fee for high consumption, when: HB 2772
Potable water, adequate supply evidence with building permit application: HB 1918, HB 2226, HB 2239, HB 2248, HB 2740, SB 6091, * ESSB 6091, CH 1 (2018)
Potable water, as beneficial use, priority over base or minimum flows: HB 1348
Potable water, ensuring public supply of, certain rules as guide: HB 1885, HB 2239, HB 2248, HB 2740, SB 5239, SSB 5239, 2E2SSB 5239, SB 6091, * ESSB 6091, CH 1 (2018)
Potable water, for development in WRIAs 3 and 4, resolving shortage of: HB 2937
Potable water, Hirst decision on private wells for residential developments: HB 2239, HB 2248, HB 2772, 2E2SSB 5239
Public water systems, fluoridation, concentration limit for: HB 1244
Public water systems, lead-containing drinking water service lines, replacing: HB 1805, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Reclaimed water, integrating use with group A system planning and groundwater protection: HB 2743, SHB 2743, SB 6390
Reclaimed water, reuse of greywater in buildings, when: HB 1213, SHB 1213
School facilities, lead in drinking water and fixtures, testing for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Water-sewer districts, water storage asset management services, procurement: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
Watershed and fisheries restoration and enhancement bonds, issuance: * E2SHB 1080, CH 3 (2018), SSB 6089
Watershed restoration and enhancement bonds, issuance: HB 2740, SB 6089, SB 6091
Watershed restoration and enhancement committees and plans, establishing: HB 2740, SB 6091, * ESSB 6091, CH 1 (2018)
Watershed restoration and enhancement program, establishing: HB 2740, SB 6091, * ESSB 6091, CH 1 (2018)
Wells, certain, additional fee when constructed: 2E2SSB 5239
Wells, permit-exempt well withdrawal mitigation committee, creating: SB 5024
Wells, permit-exempt, groundwater withdrawals, county mitigation programs: HB 1918
Wells, permit-exempt, report as potable water supply evidence: HB 2239, HB 2248, HB 2766, SB 6091, * ESSB 6091, CH 1 (2018), SB 6316
Wells, permit-exempt, supporting affordable housing via rural development: HB 1748
Wells, permit-exempt, watershed-based domestic exempt well mitigation: HB 1885
Wells, permit-exempt, withdrawal impact on flows, deeming fully mitigated, when: HB 1349