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Sewage system innovation allows small oil towns to grow

The Oil Patch Dispatch reports how some companies are getting creative with adding sewer capacity to small towns that are feeling impacts from the oil boom. When Jared Wright proposed additional housing for workers in Tioga, he realized he was limited on units due to lack of wastewater infrastructure. He formed Aquasource to privately build a new treatment plant that would be paid for at no cost to the city and then would be turned over to the city after 25 years.

Read more in the Oil Patch Dispatch.

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