King County Changes Web Address, Upgrades Site

King County, Washinigton's Wastewater Treatment Division has a new Web address:

Visitors can schedule a treatment plant tour, report system-related concerns, and learn more about the regional clean-water utility by visiting the site. The site features design improvements and other upgrades to make it more user friendly and informative.

The division, which is part of the county’s Department of Natural Resources and Parks, joins other county government offices that have already transitioned from to the new domain since July 2007.

County e-mail addresses also have changed to use the format These changes became effective Jan. 1.

For more information, call 206.684.1280.

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