McClelland Consulting Engineers and the City of Decatur this February completed a $9 million wastewater treatment plant expansion that included a process conversion from a sequencing batch reactor to Arkansas' first membrane bioreactor (MBR) system.
For an article on the transition from the old plant of Simmons to the new plant of Simmons, please Click Here.
For the past 31 years I have been a customer of the Decatur Water system. Most of that time, as an out of city customer when we lived on our broiler farm. Often, on Chicken Drive, we would experience sulfur odor in our water. Our response was to contact the city and they magically did something and the water got better. I do understand that from time to time we pull water from our well system, which does have sulfur odor.
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