A problem at a downtown Kennewick settling lagoon forced the city to declare an emergency to keep sewage and waste water from flowing into the Columbia River. This 2012 photo shows a company removing biosolids from a city lagoon to use as fertilizer on a farm.
A problem at a downtown Kennewick settling lagoon forced the city to declare an emergency to keep sewage and waste water from flowing into the Columbia River. This 2012 photo shows a company removing biosolids from a city lagoon to use as fertilizer on a farm. File Tri-City Herald
A problem at a downtown Kennewick settling lagoon forced the city to declare an emergency to keep sewage and waste water from flowing into the Columbia River. This 2012 photo shows a company removing biosolids from a city lagoon to use as fertilizer on a farm. File Tri-City Herald

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