Topical Index

WATER POLLUTION  WATER POLLUTION RSS Feed
               (See also COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING; HAZARDOUS WASTE; OIL AND GAS; POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY)
Car wash facilities, sales and use tax exemptions to encourage: HB 1856
Clean water climate program account, creating: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Drinking water, lead in school systems/outlets, action plans, testing, and response: HB 1842, HB 1925
Facilities, pollution control, loans to publicly owned industrial wastewater treatment facilities: HB 2838, * SB 6367, CH 152 (2018)
Facilities, pollution control, water-sewer district acquisition, lease, or sale of: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
Infrastructure projects, funding from new water infrastructure account: SB 5930
Lead, drinking water service lines containing, replacing: HB 1805, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Lead, in school drinking water and fixtures, testing for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Mineral prospecting, motorized, pollutant discharge elimination general permit: HB 1106
Mining, small scale motorized, pollutant discharge elimination general permit for: SB 6412
Paints/coatings for boats, copper-containing antifouling, replacing: HB 2634, * SHB 2634, CH 94 (2018), SB 6333, SSB 6333
Pavement sealant, asphalt, in coal tar pollution statutes: SB 5814
Pollutant discharge elimination permits, treating nonagency individuals equitably: HB 2140, HB 2141
Sewage systems, on-site, county reliance on self-inspection for protecting water: HB 1503, * ESHB 1503, CH 105 (2017)
Sewer systems, storm and sanitary, extending to rural areas under GMA, when: SB 6516, SSB 6516
Standards, baseline federal, agency rules to be as stringent: SB 6083
Stormwater pollution, reducing, water infrastructure program intended role: SB 6588
Stormwater projects, and hazardous substance tax revenues, report concerning: SHB 2182, SB 6463
Tribal water protection fund, depositing certain oil spill response tax receipts into: HB 1868
Wastewater, from food/forest product processing, capacity to treat, when: HB 2133, SHB 2133
Wastewater, publicly owned industrial treatment facilities, pollution control loans to: HB 2838, * SB 6367, CH 152 (2018)
Wastewater, treatment plant operator certification account, creating: HB 1267, * SB 5162, CH 35 (2017)
Wastewater, treatment plant operator certification, fees: HB 2298, * SHB 2298, CH 213 (2018), SB 6325, SSB 6325
Water pollution control revolving fund, use of funds: HB 2838, * SB 6367, CH 152 (2018)