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New $9.1M wastewater facility planned for Abbotsford

9:49 PM, Sep. 6, 2013
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After losing its largest customer in 2010, the city of Abbotsford is planning to replace its aging wastewater treatment plant with a new $9.1 million facility.

Prior to 2010, the city had been hard pressed to accommodate Abbyland Foods' increased wastewater output. The city was not meeting its wastewater permit levels and the Department of Natural Resources asked the city address the situation, said Eric Donaldson, a DNR field engineer in Wausau.

While the city offered to expand its wastewater plant to serve Abbyland, the meatpacker instead decided to build its own treatment plant and ...

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