Twitter | Search | |
King County WTD
King County's Wastewater Treatment Division protects public health and the environment by treating the region's wastewater and recycling resources.
1,847
Tweets
674
Following
1,085
Followers
Tweets
King County WTD retweeted
ECOSS 5h
ECOSS was elated to share in the recognition of and Young's Restaurant -- 2019 Green Globe Award recipients!
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD 10h
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 24
WTD staff celebrated 🌎 by tidying up Discovery Park shores. It’s one of the ways we pitch in to make every day Earth Day. You too can pitch in with family & friends as an outing or join scheduled volunteer cleanup events in your area🙂
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 24
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 23
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
King County DNRP Apr 22
Earth Day is the perfect day to recognize 's 2019 Green Globe award winners 🌎 Congratulations on receiving the County's highest environmental honor. You are leading ongoing efforts to improve environmental conditions across the region.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 22
Happy Earth🌎Day! Help keep pollutants out of Puget Sound by installing a cistern and/or rain garden. Check out RainWise news clip: For more on RainWise and $$ Rebate:
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
NOAA Satellites Apr 22
Let's take a moment to appreciate the real star of the show today: Mother Earth! Check out just how far satellite imagery has come since the first in 1970:
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
Jessie Israel Apr 22
Earth Day Award winners, and Clean Lake Union, cleaning up Puget Sound one amazing rain garden at a time.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
WA Dept of Ecology Apr 22
Happy Earth Day! Celebrate by recycling TVs, monitors, and computers for FREE through WA. Find out where to recycle electronics and more on our updated 1-800-RECYCLE search:
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
King Co Elections Apr 22
Tomorrow is Election Day for 209K King County voters! Remember to sign your envelope and return it to a drop box by 8 p.m. tomorrow or mail it w/a postmark.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 22
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
U.S. EPA Region 10 Apr 22
Happy --> check out these local opportunities to get involved!
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
Ecology - Northwest Region Apr 22
On this we'll highlight some examples of ways we support local & community efforts to protect & improve the environment around the Central Sound. Keep an eye out a little later!
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
Seattle Public Util Apr 22
Its time for the Game! Is this item headed for recycling, compost, or the landfill? What do you think? (Hint: You can use our online tool to find out!)
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 22
Happy Earth🌎Day! Help keep pollutants out of Puget Sound by installing a cistern and/or rain garden. Check out RainWise news clip: For more on RainWise and $$ Rebate:
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 19
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 18
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD retweeted
Dow Constantine Apr 17
Our King County family lost a bright light and champion for sustainability this week. I was deeply saddened to learn that Patti Southard, who led our county GreenTools green building program, passed away this week.
Reply Retweet Like
King County WTD Apr 17
WTD is interested in better serving low-income customers and improving the affordability of wastewater services. We want your input on making the wastewater capacity charge more affordable. Please take online survey by 4/30. Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like