The poop-Loop scoop: How King County recycles waste and water

By Darrell Rodgers, PhD, Public Health – Seattle & King County Public health is committed to preventing disease and death from water-borne pathogens. Modern sanitation, including wastewater treatment, is key to keeping our waters clean and the people and animals that live here healthy. But the efficiency of modern sanitation creates an interesting problem. Today, […]

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6 unexpected ways climate change impacts your health

Last week, Executive Dow Constantine released King County’s Strategic Climate Action Plan. This document details the state of the county in terms of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the impacts climate change has already had in our region, and efforts to both reduce greenhouse gases and prepare for the expected impacts of climate change.

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