Dayton considers the benefits of treating wastewater discharge through natural methods
Could be first in the state
December 12, 2019
DAYTON- Plans for the City's proposed wastewater treatment plant have evolved over the past year from a dry land application method of treating wastewater discharge, to consideration of a wastewater filtration wetlands method of treating the discharge.
Jake Hollopeter, PE, with Anderson/Perry & Associates, Anton Chiono, a Water Transaction Specialist with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, and Kristina Ribellia, the Washington Water Trust (WWT) project manager for eastern Washington, spoke about those changing plans at last week's city council meeting.