News Briefs: ​Superintendent Faces Six Felonies for Data Falsification

In this week's water and wastewater news, a wastewater superintendent in New York is facing four years in prison for allegedly falsifying test results; and a plant worker in Ohio turns himself in to the U.S. Marshals Service for theft

A wastewater superintendent in Bolton Landing, New York, has been arrested and charged with six felonies and four misdemeanors for allegedly falsifying test results at the Bolton Sewage Treatment Plant.


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