" The Washington State Department of Ecology, Water Quality Program is currently planning its permit workload for the coming year (July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019). We will be making permit decisions for wastewater discharges in your community. Permits help protect water quality by setting limits on the amount of pollution that may be discharged into lakes, rivers, marine waters, and groundwater. In addition, permits define monitoring, reporting, and other requirements. The facilities listed below will have permitting decisions made this year. The permits have been ranked in order of the environmental benefit to be gained from permit reissuance. A tentative decision on which permits to issue, renew, and which to reauthorize under the existing permit is presented in the following lists. Further Information: If you want to comment on any permits, you can be placed on a e-mailing list for a specific facility to receive a copy when available, or to be placed on the general e-mailing list, please contact: Industrial Permits: Melinda Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org Municipal Permits: Carey Cholski at email@example.com TDD: 360-407-6306 or write P.O. Box 47775, Olympia, WA 98504-7775 You can also go to our website www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/permits/paris/index.html to view individual permits. Permits to be Issued: Industrial: ne Ekone Oyster Company ne WDFW Deep R. Net Pens Permits to be Renewed: Industrial: ne Bell Buoy Crab Company ne Coast Seafood South Bend ne East Point Seafood Co ne South Bend Products ne Weyco Raymond Sawmill ne Wiegardt Brothers Permits to be Reauthorized: Municipal: ne Town of Cathlamet Industrial: ne Ambrosia Technology ne Custom Seafood Services, Inc. ne JessieGs Ilwaco Fish ne Nisbet Oyster Company ne Rainbow Valley Landfill ne Scion Biomedical "