Todd Powell, of Federal Way, demonstrates to reporters how to pump out the sewage holding talk on his boat at a pump-out station at the Des Moines Marina, on July 21, 2016, in Des Moines. Puget Sound would no longer be a toilet for vessels dumping raw or partially treated sewage overboard under a regulation proposed by the state Department of Ecology.
Todd Powell, of Federal Way, demonstrates to reporters how to pump out the sewage holding talk on his boat at a pump-out station at the Des Moines Marina, on July 21, 2016, in Des Moines. Puget Sound would no longer be a toilet for vessels dumping raw or partially treated sewage overboard under a regulation proposed by the state Department of Ecology. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
Todd Powell, of Federal Way, demonstrates to reporters how to pump out the sewage holding talk on his boat at a pump-out station at the Des Moines Marina, on July 21, 2016, in Des Moines. Puget Sound would no longer be a toilet for vessels dumping raw or partially treated sewage overboard under a regulation proposed by the state Department of Ecology. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

No more sewage dumping in Puget Sound, new Ecology rule proposes

November 07, 2016 08:06 PM

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