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Gibbons Creek water cleanup planning update

Publication number Date Published
00-10-012March 2000
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Author(s) Post, R.
Description Gibbons Creek, which is located in Clark County near Washougal, is facing water quality challenges. A study by the state Department of Ecology (Ecology) has found that water in the creek violates water quality standards for fecal coliform bacteria.
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Keywords update, county, planning, creek, tanks, tank, study, cleanup, river, water cleanup plan, water, waste, fecal coliform