By Jeffery Smith, Corning Leader
A $20 million project to turn the Bath wastewater treatment plant into a “resource recovery hub” would pay for itself in 1,272 years, according to a state study.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation cited concerns with the village’s revenue projections as a reason to deny an application for additional work at the Bath Electric Gas and Water Systems plant.
The village received the denial - along with an eight-page analysis - in late February. Officials are working on a new application. Click the link for the rest of the story...
DEC nixes BEGWS proposal, says revenue projections don't add up