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May 25, 2014 12:00 AM

Upgrading Sacramento’s wastewater treatment could cost $2 billion

Sacramento’s massive wastewater treatment plant is planning to embark on a $1.5 billion-plus upgrade, one of the largest public works projects in the region’s history, while trying to find ways to sell more treated water to farmers and a power plant to raise revenues.

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