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Water Treatment Plant Expansion Continues

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The expansion of Williston Water Treatment Plant has been going on for over two years.

Throughout those two years, phase one through three were completed, and they are currently on phase four. The old water plant was able to handle six to seven million gallons of water at a time. When the expansion is complete, it will be able to handle 21 million gallons. The extra water will be given to communities in McKenzie, Williams and Divide County.

We're kind of committed to supplying water domestically to all the small towns. And all the residents you know throughout the area. So everyone should benefit from it. The way I see it," says Steve Jensen of the Williston Water Plant.

Jensen thinks it will take another two years to have all the construction to be finished.

 

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