The proposed and much anticipated Pasco-to-Los Angeles flight first announced in 2015 hasn’t taken off yet. But local officials haven’t given up hope. “At this point we’re in a holding pattern,” said Carl Adrian, president and CEO of TRIDEC, with no pun intended. Adrian said the Tri-Cities is ready, but it’s just a matter of […]Read More
Going Green and Transportation
Every issue we select two topics to act as themes for the month, providing a framework for us to crank out more local business news than any other source in the Tri-Cities.
270 eco-friendly homes certified in Tri-Cities last year compared to 1,000 in Seattle The owner of Easton Construction’s model home in the Inspiration Estates neighborhood in Kennewick looks like most custom-built homes — a wide and open interior floor plan bringing together the living room, dining room and kitchen with white cabinets and white quartz. […]Read More
Editor’s note: This story has been corrected to fix Karen Miller’s title. Tri-City interests are looking at the possibility of installing charging stations for electric vehicles in the Mid-Columbia. Right now, that possibility is in the initial brainstorming stage. The Franklin County and Benton County public utility districts, Energy Northwest and other local entities are […]Read More
Pacific Steel & Recycling customers include food processing, construction, towing companies Long before Jackie Koleber became the manager of Pacific Steel & Recycling’s Kennewick location, she was a customer. “When I was little, I used to collect pop cans. My uncle would take me and my cousins out (to find cans), and we would bring […]Read More
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland is looking at a couple of potentially lucrative sources for biofuels. Poop and algae. The poop approach will be tested on a full scale soon in Vancouver, B.C. The algae approach is eventually headed for tests at an Arizona facility. Biofuels refer to a wide range of fuels created by […]Read More
By Wine News Service Palencia Wine Co. plans to put 500 cases into the totes this year A Walla Walla winemaker who is relocating part of his business to the Tri-Cities also is doing everything he can to reduce his carbon footprint. He is starting by putting some of Palencia Wine Co.’s wines in a […]Read More