Getting the Hands Dirty

It doesn’t take grandiose plans or outsized budgets to spruce up treatment plant grounds — as some ambitious operators have proven

We often read about big new clean-water plants surrounded by acres and acres of ponds, pathways and wildlife habitat. Such projects are often the product of high-dollar engineering and landscape architecture firms, put to work as part of capital improvement programs with vast...

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