Bill Evans, water treatment plant chief operator, stands next to a filtration tank at Bellingham’s water treatment plant on Wednesday, July 1. Bellingham draws its water from Lake Whatcom, where the water level is dropping faster than normal, but the city’s water supply isn’t expected to be affected.
Bill Evans, water treatment plant chief operator, stands next to a filtration tank at Bellingham’s water treatment plant on Wednesday, July 1. Bellingham draws its water from Lake Whatcom, where the water level is dropping faster than normal, but the city’s water supply isn’t expected to be affected. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Bill Evans, water treatment plant chief operator, stands next to a filtration tank at Bellingham’s water treatment plant on Wednesday, July 1. Bellingham draws its water from Lake Whatcom, where the water level is dropping faster than normal, but the city’s water supply isn’t expected to be affected. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald