Sewer stinks

Warm temps should alleviate

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

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TIMES photograph by Annette Beard Pea Ridge Water/Wastewater Department superintendent Ken Hayes looks over the lagoons at the Pea Ridge Sewer Treatment Plant Tuesday morning as he explains the source of the sulphur odors eminating from the plant recently.
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TIMES photograph by Annette Beard Pea Ridge Water/Wastewater Department superintendent Ken Hayes looks over the lagoons at the Pea Ridge Sewer Treatment Plant Tuesday morning as he explains the source of the sulphur odors eminating from the plant recently.

Below freezing temperatures for the last week of December and first week of January dropped the temperature of the sewer lagoons to 32.8 degrees killing essential bacteria.


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