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Home » Archives » May 2017 » Clean Vessel Act Prevents Sewage In State Waters

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05/03/2017: "Clean Vessel Act Prevents Sewage In State Waters"


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Pumpout boats, public education and collaboration with marinas divert 10 million gallons of onboard sewage to onshore treatment.

Seattle - In 2016, the Washington Clean Vessel Act, a joint project of Washington State Parks, U.S. Fish & Wildlife and Washington Sea Grant, helped divert a record 10 million gallons of raw sewage from Puget Sound, Lake Washington and other state waterways

Pumpout boats, public education and collaboration with marinas divert 10 million gallons of onboard sewage to onshore treatment.

Seattle - In 2016, the Washington Clean Vessel Act, a joint project of Washington State Parks, U.S. Fish & Wildlife and Washington Sea Grant, helped divert a record 10 million gallons of raw sewage from Puget Sound, Lake Washington and other state waterways

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