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ADEQ meets with San Tan residents over wastewater plant concerns

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Johnson Utilities’ wastewater treatment plant in San Tan Valley has been the source of many complaints over the odor that has made its way into housing areas. The utility is now planning to expand the plant. /Jake Kincaid/PinalCentral/


By Jake Kincaid | Florence Reminder

State officials and concerned residents are trying to find solutions to a problem that, due to secrecy about a private utility company, few know much about.

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality held a series of public meetings in Pinal County and is taking public comment on the expansion of Johnson Utilities’ Section 11 wastewater treatment plant in order to implement suggestions from the public on the permit.

“The comments we have already received are baked into this,” said David Dunaway, value stream manager, who presented at the hearing. “We are not starting from scratch.”


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