Cheshire, Area Towns Finding Savings and Support in Wastewater Partnership

Sep 10th, 2012 | By | Category: Water

A partnership between Cheshire, Southington and Meriden has saved the three towns considerable money on water treatment supplies and officials said it could become even more important as they face an onslaught of federal mandates.

Aerial view of Water Pollution Control Plant (cheshirect.org)

When Cheshire first began purchasing methanol in 2006 for use in the Water Pollution Control Facility, the costs were astronomical. A volatile market led bids to come in at over $2 per gallon and made committing to a year of purchases nearly impossible.

For more on this story, visit: Cheshire, Area Towns Finding Savings and Support in Wastewater Partnership – Cheshire, CT Patch.

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