Power Mowers

Goats that feast on weeds and crops from effluent-irrigated fields help keep costs down and provide a curiosity for residents near a lagoon treatment plant in Utah.
Power Mowers
The Ash Creek team includes, from left, Randy Stevens, electrician; Darrel Humphries, financial officer/human resources; Jason Stevens and Gary Wilcox, inspectors; Logan Murphy, operator; Greg Kleinman, pretreatment coordinator; Darwin Hall, superintendent; Blair Gubler, assistant superintendent; and Heath Ruesch, operator.

Darwin Hall isn’t necessarily happy about the publicity his 1.6 mgd natural treatment plant in Southern Utah has been getting, but he’s willing to concede that having goats that help with plant maintenance is a curiosity to many people.

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