West Richland’s $3.1 million industrial wastewater treatment plant debuted in 2016 to handle waste water from wine production and successfully attracted new production and stimulated vineyard plantings. The Washington Department of Natural Resources calls it an example of the kinds of projects it wants to promote as it launches a rural economic development initiative this week.
West Richland’s $3.1 million industrial wastewater treatment plant debuted in 2016 to handle waste water from wine production and successfully attracted new production and stimulated vineyard plantings. The Washington Department of Natural Resources calls it an example of the kinds of projects it wants to promote as it launches a rural economic development initiative this week. File Tri-City Herald
West Richland’s $3.1 million industrial wastewater treatment plant debuted in 2016 to handle waste water from wine production and successfully attracted new production and stimulated vineyard plantings. The Washington Department of Natural Resources calls it an example of the kinds of projects it wants to promote as it launches a rural economic development initiative this week. File Tri-City Herald

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