New Brighton Continues to Address Water Contamination

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Article courtesy of Kassie Petermann | February 20, 2016 | Sun Focus | Shared as educational material

This January, Minnesota’s New Brighton City Council approved steps towards finding a permanent drinking water solution. The city has concerns about contamination after 1,4-dioxane was detected in some of the city’s wells. The suspected source is the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant, which has contributed to contamination in the past. The project consists of integrating selected technology into the city’s existing water treatment processes, along with all necessary site and treatment plant modifications. Pilot testing will begin early May. Read more here:

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