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Council views new UV system for disinfecting wastewater

The Carroll Times Herald reports the Carroll City Council began its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, April 26, 2021, with members visiting the wastewater treatment plant to get their first look at the system that uses ultraviolet light to disinfect effluent into the Middle Raccoon River. Sean Kleespies, City of Carroll wastewater superintendent, and Matt Riedell, wastewater operator, stand outside the plant that houses the new ultraviolet light disinfection system.The system began operation a year ago, but Council tour of the plant was delayed because of COVID-19 restrictions. Carroll City Engineer Randy Krauel explained that the city’s wastewater operation permit…
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