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Water Stories: Willmar Wastewater Treatment Plant

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Uploaded on May 18, 2011

Once one of the largest contributors of phosphorus to the Minnesota River, the city of Willmar put up more than $80 million for a new wastewater treatment plant going online in the fall of 2010. Water samples taken just downstream of the plant's discharge into Hawk Creek, a Minnesota River
tributary, now show dramatic reductions in phosphorus, ammonia, bacteria, and other causes of water pollution. Water samples taken just downstream of the plant's discharge into Hawk Creek, a Minnesota River tributary, now show dramatic reductions in phosphorus, ammonia,
bacteria, and other causes of water pollution.

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