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Local Businesses “Doing their Share for Clean Air” recognized

Spokane Clean Air applauds these 20 local businesses and organizations for earning”Gold” recognition in our “Doing our Share for Clean Air” business recognition program.

Every-other-year we recognize businesses that meet either Silver and Gold level. Thirty-one businesses earned silver recognition for meeting minimum requirements.

To acheive gold status, businesses must also implement programs or initiatives that go “above and beyond” meeting their minimum clean air requirements. These extra efforts provide additional clean air benefits to our community.

Learn more about our business recognition programs.


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June 1, 2023

Backyard “Rec” Fires: Learn Before you Burn!

Recreational fires include camp and cooking fires, backyard barbecues, chimneas and other patio warmers that burn charcoal, natural firewood, or manufactured logs and pellets. The fires are limited to private property and designated areas on public lands when restrictions are not in place.

Our Mission

“Preserve, enhance and protect Spokane County’s air resources for current and future generations.”

Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its programs, services, or activities.

Take a look at how Spokane Clean Air works with local businesses to improve air quality.