Omaha plans for higher sewer fees
February 11, 2010
Omaha's massive sewer-separation process is going to cause wastwater disposal fees in the city to rise -- and a story in the Omaha World-Herald suggests there's some concern that the rise will be enough to cause concern for economic-development officials
who want to attract industrial development to the city. Municipal utility infrastructures have been under-invested in most communities for a long time, and Omaha faces the additional burden of a Federally-mandated $1.5 billion sewer project.
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, screening equipment
, and water-control gates
of all sorts available to help communities manage their wastewater, and our emphasis on reliable products means that many of these items have very low life-cycle costs. Contact us
with your questions and we'll be happy to help.
last revised February 2010