OLYMPIA, Wash. – The state Department of Ecology has selected 72 clean water projects to receive a share of $152 million in loans and grants during the state’s next fiscal year, which began on July 1.
The projects include upgrades and expansions of sewer plants and collection systems; septic system improvements; water re-use facilities; water cleanup projects; stormwater and groundwater projects; stream-side restoration projects…to name a few.
Grays Harbor County will receive $56,000 to implement a North Beach Shellfish Protection Dist. Prgm, and monitoring plan for areas including the Moclips River and Joe Creek. The City of McCleary will receive $65,000 to prepare a General Sewer Plan.
In Mason County, Belfair will receive $250,000 for a Stormwater Basin Plan
For more information, or to learn how to apply for the next round of funding, visit Ecology’s website and search “water quality grants and loans.”Continue Reading ...