New Starke Waste Water Treatment Plant
Things might start smelling a little sweeter in Starke. City leaders unveiled their new waste water treatment plant today. The energy efficient facility is one of the first of its kind in the US. It uses less than 80% of the energy the plant does right now. The new system breaks down the solid waste in only 8 hours and what's left is odorless and germ free. The material will be sold to farmers as fertilizer. The total cost was a little more than a million dollars and Starke city leaders say it should pay for itself in less than five years.
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