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Col. City wastewater to evaluate grease in lift stations

August 31, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — After having some problems with grease buildup in some of the lift stations in Columbia City, the Wastewater Department is inspecting its lift stations for grease accumulation.

“If we get a grease buildup in them, they don’t operate properly,” Wastewater Superintendent Mike Cook.

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