King County agencies and partnerships
King County Environmental Laboratory
The King County Environmental Laboratory supports County and other publicly-sponsored programs that protect and enhance water quality. The lab provides quality field, laboratory, information technology services, and advisory services.
Learn more about the King County Environmental Lab
King County Wastewater Treatment Division
The Industrial Waste Program is a part of King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division. WTD protects public health and the environment by conveying and treating the region's wastewater, preventing water pollution, and improving water quality while recycling natural resources. The county's sewer system serves about 1.9 million people within a 424-square-mile service area, which includes most urban areas of King County and parts of south Snohomish County and northeast Pierce County.
Learn more about King County Wastewater Treatment Division
Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County
This program helps residents, businesses, and government agencies safely use, store, and dispose of hazardous materials. It is a regional program of local governments working together to protect public health and environmental quality.
Visit the King County Hazardous Waste Management Program
King County local sewer agencies
Find information about the local sewer agencies in King County's wastewater service area. This includes links to the King County Council's Regional Water Quality Committee, and the Metropolitan Water Pollution Abatement Advisory Committee (MWPAAC).
Find more information about local sewer agencies in King County