The city of Airway Heights will receive $22 million in federal economic stimulus funding for a new wastewater treatment plant that will help recharge the West Plains aquifer. The project will also benefit Spokane River water quality. The Spokesman Review reports.
July, 2009 The Idaho Water Resource Board (IWRB) issued a news release that they are “kicking off the process to
The city of Coeur d’Alene is embarking on a nine-year plan to upgrade its wastewater treatment facility, at a cost of about $72 million. These upgrades will allow the city to comply with anticipated stringent new water-quality standards for the Spokane River. The Journal of Business reports.