|Loan granted for Rossford's new pump station|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 28 May 2013 10:19|
Northwestern Water & Sewer District has taken one of the first steps to improve surface water quality in the Rossford area by applying for and receiving a $15,000 low-interest loan from Ohio EPA. The loan will help the village plan the best way to replace the Colony Road pump station.
The pump station is part of a sanitary sewage collection system that serves the city of Rossford. During some rain storms and snow melts, the collection system discharges raw sewage to Grassy Creek, a tributary of the Maumee River. Northwestern Water is pursuing city-wide improvements to address water that infiltrates the collection system and leads to sewage discharge problems as well as improving poor collection system design and lack of capacity.
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