Keokuk negotiates with EPA over storm sewer separation
February 24, 2009
The city of Keokuk, Iowa, is trying to convince the EPA
that a mandated separation of the city's storm sewers from its sanitary sewers is too expensive a project for the community of 12,000 people
to undertake. The project is expected to cost $60 million
over two decades. Clinton, Des Moines, and Ottumwa
are among the other Iowa communities being required to make similar separation projects a priority.
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last revised February 2009