The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) reports that the 10-month-old ban on high-phosphate dishwasher detergents is beginning to pay off for the Spokane River. Read more about results and tips for cleaning dishes with phosphate free detergents. Ecology reports.
Attached are questions that the Spokane Tribe of Indians, the Center for Justice, Avista and an unidentified source indicated they
Sarah Hubbard Gray, on behalf of the stakeholder group submitted a comment letter. Notes Hubbard, “I am providing you with
Parched mountain snowpacks in the Inland Northwest rebounded during March, meaning the current snowpack should keep local rivers flowing at 85 to 100 percent of normal during the summer months. The Spokesman Review reports.