A valuable auto part was cut from a WSU vehicle that had sat largely idle on the Pullman campus during the pandemic and damage to a nearby truck also has been discovered.
PULLMAN, WA – Washington State University Transportation Services has begun partnering with WSU Motor Pool to coordinate the Pullman vanpool program.
Where does all the gravel come from that’s covering the WSU campus streets, and what happens to it once Old Man Winter leaves the Palouse? That’s the question on people’s minds when they are stuck at a stop sign spinning their tires on the gravel.
Dennis Rovetto, director of plant services, Facilities Operations, said they call the gravel “gray gold” because it serves multiple purposes. The gravel comes from a local supplier and is kept in a 1,500-yard capacity building behind the motor pool building.
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