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City works to lower mercury in treated water

1:55 PM, Oct. 21, 2013
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Two of four tests of treated city of Oconto being discharged into the Oconto River months found higher-than-allowed levels of mercury in the 15 months.

The city began checking for mercury in the spring of 2012 while preparing an application to renew its water discharge permit with the state, said Steve Woodworth, treatment plant operator for the city.

Since building a system to remove mercury from the water could cost more than $1 million, the city is seeking a variance from the regulation. ...

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