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Taney County Approves Biosolids Coalition Agreement

By: Sally Kaucher
Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Taney County has signed off on the cooperation agreement for the Tri-Lakes Biosolids Coalition.  The partnership project has been in the works since 2005, as a way to protect water quality by de-watering and drying treated solid waste.  The resulting product would be used to create fertilizer.  Taney County Presiding Commissioner Ron Houseman noted the cooperative efforts of Branson, Hollister, Forsyth and Kimberling City…

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Rockaway Beach decided earlier against participating, but Hollister city administrator and coalition chair Rick Ziegenfuss hopes Rockaway will return…

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Talks also continue with Branson West.  The coalition would own and operate the facility to be built at an existing treatment plant in Branson. 

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