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Les Lange, assistant lab tech and safety coordinator at Willmar's wastewater treatment plant, tests water Wednesday at the plant. Tribune photo by Gary Miller

City's brass contemplates phosphorus credit trades with Mankato

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WILLMAR -- The city of Willmar could again trade phosphorus credits with the city of Mankato to reduce Minnesota River pollution until Willmar's new wastewater treatment plant begins operation.

Willmar complied with a state permit to reduce phosphorus in the Minnesota River Basin by trading ph-osphorus cr-edits with Mankato in 2008. The Willmar City Council's Public Works/Safety Committee is recommending the council approve another trading agreement with Mankato for 2009.

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