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The Lebanon wastewater treatment plant could become more costly to operate depending on what requirements are included under a new permit from the Kentucky Division of Water.
City Administrator John O. Thomas reported at the April 8 Lebanon City Council meeting that the Division of Water might require more frequent testing for metals, particularly copper in the wastewater.
Eddie Masterson, the city’s wastewater superintendent, explained that the copper comes from old pipes in homes, not from local industries.
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