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Water treatment facilities not hampered by wet conditions

Wet weather and rising water levels in the ground and on Lake Michigan are not causing problems for Door and Kewaunee county water treatment systems.  Stormwater control systems are kept on separate drainage lines from sewage treatment facilities.  Cliff White, Operations Manager for Sturgeon Bay Utilities, says line separation and placement make water intrusion from storms or spring thaw into sewage systems a rare, though not unheard, of occurrence.

 

 

White says SBU constantly monitors stormwater and sewage lines for signs of breakage and to replace broken lines as needed.

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