Bryan Council

Bryan City Council approved using the city’s entire American Rescue Plan Act on a dewatering project at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Pictured are council members Judy Yahraus, left, and John Betts.

The city of Bryan will apply its entire approximately $863,822 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to help offset the cost of the new dewatering project at the city wastewater treatment plant.

That was the message Mayor Carrie Schlade added when Bryan Council on Monday unanimously agreed to move forward with the $1,492,241 dewatering project. The dewatering process separates wastewater solids from liquid, which reduces the volume of residuals, improves operation and reduces costs for subsequent storage, processing, transfer, end use or disposal.

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