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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Delmar's New State-Of-The-Art Waste Water Treatment Plant Unveiled Today

Delmar, DE/MD Delmar's new state-of-the-art WWTP was unveiled today at a ribbon cutting ceremony that included dignitaries from Delaware, Maryland and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Delaware Governor Jack Markell, Senator Tom Carper, Senator Chris Coons and Delegate Mike McDermott were present. $7.4 Million Dollars was invested in this aging Plant to make it cleaner and safer for our local Bay watersheds.

The facility was upgraded to include the additional biological and enhanced nutrient removal system that effectively reduce pollutants, nitrogen and phosphorus loadings from entering the waterways that drain into the Chesapeake Bay.

This upgrade helped provide jobs into the local economy and proves, (once again) that Delmar MD or DE is by far the greatest place to live on the Eastern Shore.


Anonymous said...

I hope for their sake that it works, unlike the fiasco in Sby.

Anonymous said...

We do things right in Delmar

Anonymous said...

heard that no one from wicomico county government showed up.

Anonymous said...

Is it the same type of plant as Salisbury?