Snohomish County EPA

Find Snohomish County Washington EPA offices, labs, facilities and departmental locations of the US Environmental Protection Agency. EPA Offices provide information and educational resources on environmental policy and issues, science and regulation including asbestos and pollutant removal/disposal, air and water pollution, climate change, emissions testing.

US EPA Region 10 1200 6th Avenue Seattle WA 98101 40.5 miles from Snohomish County 206-553-1200

US EPA Manchester Environmental Laboratory 7411 Beach Drive East Port Orchard WA 98366 49.6 miles from Snohomish County 360-871-8700

US EPA Region 10 Washington Operations Office 300 Desmond Drive Southeast Lacey WA 98503 84.9 miles from Snohomish County 360-753-9437

US EPA Region 10 Oregon Operations Office 805 Southwest Broadway Portland OR 97205 180.5 miles from Snohomish County 503-326-3250

US EPA National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab, Western Ecology Division (WED) 200 Southwest 35th Street Corvallis OR 97333 251.9 miles from Snohomish County 541-754-4600

US EPA National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab, Western Ecology Division (WED) 2111 Southeast Marine Science Drive Newport OR 97365 261.1 miles from Snohomish County 541-754-4600

US EPA Region 10 Idaho Operations Office 1435 North Orchard Street Boise ID 83706 405.6 miles from Snohomish County 208-378-5746

What is the EPA?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a government agency that protects citizens from environmental dangers. This agency's primary task is to safeguard the environment. They also provide safety information. While working with individuals and employers, the EPA also works with other government agencies to protect the global environment. When you need information about the environment, you can find EPA offices, labs, and other agency locations through online resources such as

The EPA follows federal and state laws to reduce risk to the environment. Legislative bodies establish environmental laws, then the EPA implements them by enforcing regulations. Regional EPA offices help businesses, schools and other organizations comply with regulations through training and enforcement programs. They also give research grants to counties, states, cities, and nonprofit groups to help clean up environmental problems.