Washington Public Works Seeks New Air Scrubber

Washington’s treatment plant should have a new permanent air scrubber some time this year. Water/Wastewater Superintendent Kevin Quaethem said the city has money in the budget and plans to soon seek bids for a permanent air scrubbed designed to cut down on odor at the city’s treatment plant. The air scrubber would replace an improvised homemade scrubber the city has used at the plant since October 2014. The city has $90,000 budgeted for a new scrubber.


Source: emissourian.com

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