Washington Department of Ecology

From mercury to motor vehicles, Full Circle is proud to support our home state’s leading environmental agency. Of particular note is our work with the Department of Ecology, in partnership with EPA Region 10, to undertake research, stakeholder engagement, and policy development regarding auto-shred residue.

Full Circle staff also works in partnership with prime contractor EcoLights Northwest to serve (under contract to the Department of Ecology) as the state’s Mercury-Containing Lights Plan Implementation team.

In David Stitzhal’s long-term role as coordinator of the Northwest Product Stewardship Council, he has worked regularly with Ecology staff who serve on the council steering committee and product-specific subcommittees.

Related Projects

Mercury-Containing Lights Product Stewardship Plan Implementation

Mercury Lavender Background

As twisted and winding as the coils of a compact fluorescent bulb is the path that has brought us to the current state of Washington’s

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Auto Shred Residue: Stakeholder Engagement & Market Development

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In this multi-year project, Full Circle’s Eden Mack and David Stitzhal have supported efforts by the WA State Department of Ecology and Region 10 EPA

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Northwest Product Stewardship Council Coordination

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This NW institution has long demonstrated the creativity and effectiveness of local and state government to originate, refine and bring to life the critical policy

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