Ecology Publications & Forms
Washington’s Urban Waters Initiative: A Focus on the Spokane River (Historical)
|This publication is historical. It is unavailable on our website. To request a copy, please use the contact listed below.
|Through work done by the Department of Ecology (Ecology) and
community partners, many of the large sources of pollution
to the Spokane River are now being eliminated or controlled.
Other sources of toxic chemicals have not yet been located. These
smaller sources likely add up to a substantial amount of pollution
for the Spokane River. The Urban Waters Initiative aims to address
|This publication is obsolete and is now web content (see link below.) A hard copy of the original document is available through Ecology's library, 360-407-6150.
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