City of Spokane

dress: 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, WA 99201  logo4-cityofspokane
Website: https://my.spokanecity.org/
Phone:
Dial 311 (Outside city limits, use 509-755-CITY(2489))

Questions, Assistance, Reports, or Complaints: Dial 311 or report online at https://my.spokanecity.org/account/report/ Outside city limits, use 509-755-CITY(2489)
Chemical Spill into Sewer or Storm Drain: 509-625-4600; After hours 509-625-4615
Combined Sewer Overflow spill into the Spokane River: 509-625-7900 (note the CSO number on the sign located next to the outfall pipe.
Spills to Ground or Surface Water: 509-329-3400; After-hours 24/7 response: 1-800-OILS-911 (1-800-645-7911) (See Department of Ecology)

City of Spokane Recycling, Clean Green, HHW and TrashSOLID WASTE GUIDE and RECYCLE STICKER.

City of Worley

Address: 9936 W. E Street, Worley, ID 83876
Phone/Fax: 208-686-1258
Webpage: http://www.cityofworley.org/index.html

The City of Worley provides its residents with water, sewer and garbage collection services (every Wednesday morning).

Garbage collection is REQUIRED within the City of Worley’s service area. Garbage collection is scheduled for each Wednesday between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. GARBAGE MUST BE SET OUT AT THE STREET BY 8 A.M. TO INSURE PICKUP.

32 gallon size or smaller cans with lids will be accepted (no heavy metal barrels). Garbage MUST BE BAGGED. Bigger than 32 gallon size cans will be charged at the 2 can rate. Do not set garbage in boxes or bags of any kind on the ground. Any scattered garbage will not be picked up.

 

 

ConsumerAffairs

ConsumerAffairs.com  Consumer Affairs
297 Kingsbury Grade, Suite 1025, Mailbox 4470
Lake Tahoe, NV 89449-4470
1-866-773-0221
info@consumeraffairs.com

ConsumerAffairs.com is a private, non-governmental web-based consumer news and resource center. They are not a government agency and not affiliated with any other consumer organization.  See FAQs for more information.

NOTE:  ConsumerAffairs charges a fee to companies to become accredited.

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Department of Ecology Eastern Regional Office

Address: 4601 N Monroe, Spokane, WA 99205-1295logo2-doe
Website:  http://www.ecy.wa.gov/
Phone: 509-329-3400, 509-329-3529 fax
Report a Spill: 1-800-OILS-911 or 509-329-3400
Hearing loss – call 711 or 1-800-833-6384 for Washington Relay Service
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Panhandle Health District

The Panhandle Health District serves Boundary, Bonner, Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah Counties through numerous public health programs and services.

Website: http://panhandlehealthdistrict.org/

Kootenai County
Address:
8500 N. Atlas Rd
Hayden, ID 83835
Phone:
(208) 415-5100 (Main), Toll-free: 1(800) 878-2364
Other North Idaho locations

Report a public health risk: http://panhandlehealthdistrict.org/homemain/agency-info/contactstems of Norht Idaho

Environmental Services protects public water system of North Idaho.
Erik Ketner, Program Manager – (208) 415-5220

Contact Environmental Services:

  • Kootenai Co.: (208) 415-5220
  • Benewah Co.: (208) 245-4556
  • Bonner Co.: (208) 265-638
  • Boundary Co.: (208) 267-5558
  • Shoshone Co.: (208) 783-0707

Environmental Programs include Water Protection and Solid Waste programs, and Septic Permits and Records.

Water Protection Programs – Water is the most important natural resource on Earth. Protecting water used for human consumption, such as for drinking, cooking, and hand washing is of utmost importance to Panhandle Health District. Our highly trained Environmental Health Specialists inspect and manage critical materials, drinking water, non-domestic waste water, shallow injection wells and water from the Rathdrum-Prairie Aquifer.

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Resource Synergy

Resource Synergy rs-logo-1Contact: Erik Makinson
Website: resource-synergy.com
email: erik@resource-synergy.com
Phone: 509-SYNERGY (509-796-3749)
Materials Serviced:  All non-hazardous commercial waste.

Resource Synergy is a consulting organization that helps Inland Northwest businesses reduce costs and increase brand value by wasting less and recycling more. Founded in 2015, the company leverages the expertise of recycling consultant and thought leader, Erik Makinson. Resource Synergy helps businesses, non-profits and government agencies overcome adoption barriers, ensuring the success of waste prevention and diversion programs.  Continue reading

Spokane Aquifer Joint Board

Address: 1521 N Argonne Rd. Suite C, PMB 250logo3-sajb
Spokane Valley, WA 99212
e-mail: info@spokaneaquifer.org
Website: www.spokaneaquifer.org
Find My Water Provider
Aqua Duck “Defender of the Aquifer”
Email info@spokaneaquifer.org to request an Aqua Duck appearance at your school or community event.

Local Water Utilities United for Safe Drinking Water
The Spokane Aquifer Joint Board (SAJB) is comprised of twenty-one water purveyors throughout the Spokane area dedicated to providing safe, clean drinking water to your homes, offices and industries every day. Collectively we operate 122 wells, supplying drinking water to more than 500,000 people in the Spokane area. Each purveyor draws water from the same source – the SPOKANE VALLEY – RATHDRUM PRAIRIE AQUIFER. Continue reading

Spokane County Water Resources

Address: 1004 N Freya St., Spokane, WA 99202logo7-spokanecounty
Phone: 509-477-7579
Website:  www.spokanecounty.org/1192/Water-Resources
Water Resources Center Facility
Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas
SVRP Aquifer Protection Area Map
Reanette Boese 509-477-7575 rboese@spokanecounty.org
Kris Major 509-625-6521 Solid Waste Public Outreach and Education
PCB information page and PCB Challenge Poster
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Spokane Regional Health District

Address: 1101 W College Ave, Spokane, WA 99201logo1-srhd
Phone: 509-324-1500 – Health Emergencies (24 hours)
Toll-free: 1-888-535-0597
TDD: 509-324-1464
Website: http://www.srhd.org/
Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm (Program hours may vary.)

See PROGRAMS AND SERVICES for a complete list of services.

Programs include: Birth and Death Certificates, Breast, Cervical, and Colon Health, Immunizations for Schools & Child Care, Dental InformationEmergency PreparednessEnvironmental Public HealthFood Safety, HIV/AIDS Program, HIV/STD Prevention, Opioid Treatment Program, Suicide PreventionWIC Nutrition Program
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