The following is a story authored by Ben Winslow.
Wastewater isn’t the most exciting topic, but it’s important to ensure that what you flush down the toilet continues to work.
Salt Lake City is building a new $800 million water treatment plant, due to be completed in 2025. The existing facility is aging and is not capable of handling new federal water treatment regulations.
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https://www.fox13now.com/news/local-news/salt-lake-citys-new-wastewater-treatment-plant-wont-be-as-smelly-could-help-the-great-salt-lakeTags: news, public health, public utilities, wastewater, water quality, water stewardship, wrf