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Amsterdam water, sewage plants get $13M worth of upgrades

Construction continues at the Amsterdam Water Treatment Facility on Monday.
Photographer: Barry Sloan
Construction continues at the Amsterdam Water Treatment Facility on Monday.
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Most residents may not notice the difference, but the city is currently undergoing $13 million worth of improvements. Major upgrades are under way at the city’s Water Treatment Facility on Brookside Avenue and are nearly complete at the Wastewater Treatment Plant on Quist Road. The improvements coincide with the completion of the new Hero/Beech-Nut manufacturing plant in Florida, which will put additional stress on both facilities, but work was also necessary at both facilities to ...


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