Clean Boatyard Program
The Boatyard General Permit Online
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Template and adjoining Worksheets template.
The Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington–Section 2-7 for Boatyards
Washington Stormwater Center’s Stormwater Channel – featuring videos on affordable roof downspout treatment boxes and innovative stormwater treatment BMPs – an excellent resource, worth checking in on occasionally
A Good Summary of Dangerous Waste Management–The Basics
WA Dangerous Waste Legislation — Requiring Designation of Dangerous Wastes
Ecology Shop Talk for Dangerous Waste Management: what to do with all your dangerous waste — storage and disposal.
Dangerous Waste Labeling Downloads
Dangerous Waste Disposal Contractors
Ecology’s Requirements for Small Quantity Generators (SQG) and Medium Quantity Generators (MQG)
Shoreline Clean-Up Opportunities
–Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
–Seattle Parks (look for Restoration events)
Puget Sound Partnership’s List of Invasive Species of Puget Sound
Port of Tacoma’s Downspout Rain Garden Box
Delegated vs. Non-Delegated POTW
A delegated POTW, or Publicly Owned Treatment Works, is a municipal water treatment facility which has been delegated by Ecology to accept and manage industrial wastewater or stormwater on their own terms. If your local treatment facility is a delegated POTW and you have an agreement with them to take your wastewater and/or stormwater, you do not need to report test results to Ecology.
A Non-Delegated POTW is a municipal water treatment facility that has not been delegated by Ecology to manage its incoming industrial waste water on its own terms. If your local treatment facility is a non-delegated POTW and you discharge wastewater to them, you must send test results for copper, zinc, lead and pH to Ecology.