Terry Durfee prepares his equipment to pump sewage out of a holding tank of a pleasure boat moored in Lake Washington and into his smaller boat for transport to a waste facility Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Bellevue, Wash. Durfee has a federal grant to provide free sewage pump-outs for recreational boats at Portage Bay in Seattle and on Lake Washington. State regulators are considering a proposal that would prohibit all boats from discharging sewage into Puget Sound, whether treated or not.
Terry Durfee prepares his equipment to pump sewage out of a holding tank of a pleasure boat moored in Lake Washington and into his smaller boat for transport to a waste facility Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Bellevue, Wash. Durfee has a federal grant to provide free sewage pump-outs for recreational boats at Portage Bay in Seattle and on Lake Washington. State regulators are considering a proposal that would prohibit all boats from discharging sewage into Puget Sound, whether treated or not. Elaine Thompson AP
Terry Durfee prepares his equipment to pump sewage out of a holding tank of a pleasure boat moored in Lake Washington and into his smaller boat for transport to a waste facility Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Bellevue, Wash. Durfee has a federal grant to provide free sewage pump-outs for recreational boats at Portage Bay in Seattle and on Lake Washington. State regulators are considering a proposal that would prohibit all boats from discharging sewage into Puget Sound, whether treated or not. Elaine Thompson AP