The sewer interceptor line will have a 13.1 million gallons a day capacity, which accounts for both current and future needs.
News Releases: December 2016
Following public comments and before a public meeting Dec. 12 in Zumbrota, MPCA staff revised the EAW for a proposed large hog farm.
Up to 8,674 Jersey milk cows and 1,180 heifers would be housed in a cross-ventilated, free-stall barn.
The meetings are scheduled for Jan. 12 in Bemidji and Jan. 26 in Cohasset.
It is estimated that we toss more than 350,000 tons of salt on the metro area roads annually.
A public meeting will be held to discuss the report Friday, Dec. 16, at 2 p.m. in the Douglas County Public Works building at 526 Willow Drive in Alexandria.
The report identifies agricultural runoff as the main source of phosphorus loading to these lakes.
The facility would process ash from Xcel Energy’s generating plant and ash landfill for the purpose of recovering metals.
Up to 8,674 Jersey milk cows and 1,180 heifers will be housed in a cross-ventilated, free-stall barn with the manure and waste water collected and stored in earthen basins with impermeable covers.