Quonset’s award-winning wastewater treatment facility protects Narragansett Bay and the environment

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Steven King’s most recent column in the New England Real Estate Journal highlights the benefits of Quonset’s award-winning wastewater treatment facility.

Quonset’s wastewater collection system and treatment facility have the capacity, assets, and staffing that allow industrial companies to thrive here. The wastewater system is comprised of 20 miles of gravity sewer lines and force mains and four pumping stations. The wastewater treatment facility processes approximately 900,000 gallons of wastewater per day, with a total capacity of nearly 1.8 million gallons daily.

For more on Quonset’s wastewater infrastructure, click here to read Steven’s column.

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