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Case Study: Nine Year Project in Greentown, Indiana Produces Large-Scale Capital Improvements

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When a treatment plant reaches or approaches 90% of it’s hydraulic or organic design capacity, Rule 327 IAC 4-1-3 states that IDEM will notify the operator that a Sewer Connection Ban may be necessary.

The Town of Greentown, Indiana experienced these issues during the past decade. Town officials engaged with Wessler to make major improvements to their collection and waste treatment systems.

The following case study is an overview of a project in Greentown, Indiana that began in 2005 and continued through 2014.

Learn how the Town was eventually released from the Sewer Ban and the Agreed Order, and how the capital improvements they made led to greater energy savings and efficiencies. 

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