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Information about the advocacy organization LawFirm.com which provides educational resources, support and information to anyone that may have questions about what asbestos is and the right way to go about recycling it.
Islanders' utility bills will increase next year when a King County rule requiring utility companies to pay rent goes into effect.
The law - Ordinance 18403 - was passed quietly last November by the King County Council, which took two weeks to move the measure from first introduction to approval. Now, the implementation plan that will ultimately decide how much each utility owes is open for public comment until Thursday, Dec. 7, and agencies such as Puget Sound Energy and the Vashon Sewer District are speaking out against it.
Ms. Lisa Harris shared a link to this article her student, Cheryl, found as a great resource on water conservation. We are currently in a "Voluntary" stage of water conservation for King County. This article does have some great suggestions.
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Water is a resource that is not without its limitations. That’s because only one percent of the water on Earth is fresh, or safe for use. In certain areas of the country, there is the very real threat of water shortages. A lack of fresh, usable w
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Water pollution is a growing problem that causes many adverse effects on Earth's atmosphere. Affecting oceans, rivers, lakes, and other waterways, pollution has a variety of sources and causes.