Revisions to Iowa water-quality regulations remain in limbo
April 2, 2009
The Iowa legislature is looking into a bill that could delay changes
to the state's wastewater-treatment
regulations. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has been revising standards and ranking the protection levels required for the state's streams and lakes, but the costs that communities could face in upgrading their equipment are unclear. That's what has the legislature looking at putting the brakes on the new regulations.
Whenever the rules are finalized, we look forward to serving the communities involved with reliable and easy-to-maintain wastewater-treatment equipment
and pumping systems
. Please feel free to contact us
with your questions.
last revised April 2009