Case Study

Advanced Technologies Stop Plant Bypasses

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The collection system in Thief River Falls, Minnesota serves 8,500 residents. 14 pump stations are situated along 43 miles of sewage collection lines. The 350-acre complex of ponds in Northwest Minnesota represents the state’s largest of its type and produces a higher quality effluent well below the minimum effluent standards discharged into the Red Lake River.

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