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|Water plant ready to service Graphic|
The Graphic Packaging Sparta Reuse Project could begin producing clean, drinking-quality water as early as the end of this month.
At its regular Tuesday night meeting, the West Monroe City Council unanimously approved certificates of substantial completion for the final construction stages of the wastewater treatment plant, which will provide for much of the water needs of the West Monroe paper mill.
West Monroe mayor Dave Norris said the plant will take wastewater that has already been treated at the city's existing plant, and put it through a process that brings it up to drinking water standards.
"But we're not putting it into our drinking water system," Norris said. "We are giving it to Graphic Packaging. In exchange for that, they are not going to take water out of the Sparta anymore."
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