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Town takes the big flush

It’s taken three years--and $9 million--but things are flowing well at the upgraded secondary water pollution control plant in the west end of Fort Frances.

The new plant, which switched from a mechanical to hydraulic operation, is allowed a maximum 25 mg/litre each of biological oxygen demand (BOD) and suspended solids per day (averaged over the month).

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