Classic Hits 103.9 WLPO

News from the Illinois Valley

Peru to discuss $12.7 million sewer project

Posted by wlpo on August 30, 2010

Every town is required by the EPA to come up with a plan to prevent sewage overflow from going untreated.  In Peru, they’re choosing a plan that will cost them $12.7 million.

The council Monday night could approve allowing Chamlin and Associates to submit plans to the IEPA.  The plan is to continue separating sanitary and storm sewers piece by piece.  Officials think it is the best of three plans, one of which involved building large storage tanks.

The council meets at 7:30pm.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

%d bloggers like this: