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Suppressing the Stench

Saline's sewage plant looks for a permanent fix.

From the October, 2017 issue

"We smell it daily," says Rebecca Schneider, who lives uphill from the Saline sewage treatment plant on Henry St., "and there are times in the past year when we can smell it inside our house with the windows closed. It's a very strong sewer smell, much more intense than manure."

 
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