Wastewater project marks milestone with 'energized' plant
WILLMAR -- Work on the city's new wastewater treatment plant will reach a milestone today when the structures at the site are energized for the first time with permanent power.
Replacing temporary power with permanent power means construction of the structures and electrical and mechanical systems is substantially complete, says Rhonda Rae, program manager in the Willmar office of wastewater project consultant Donohue and Associates.
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