City's brass contemplates phosphorus credit trades with Mankato
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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