Agri-Mark seeks federal funding for wastewater treatment

AGRI-MARK IS SEEKING a $716,000 federal grant to more effectively pre-treat wastewater it discharges from its Exchange Street cheese plant before waste makes its way to Middlebury’s aging treatment plant. Independent photo/John Flowers

Middlebury’s largest wastewater generator is seeking federal funding for new equipment that would allow it to more effectively pre-treat its fluid discharge before it finds its way into the town’s wastewater treatment plant and, ultimately, the Otter Creek.

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