Water Co. project begins

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Liquid chlorine, instead of gas, will now be used

By James Roberts

While customers won't notice a change, work will begin soon on a project to make purification of Campbellsville's water supply safer.
By February, a new system is expected to be in place at the Campbellsville Water Co. that will use liquid chlorine in the purification process rather than the chlorine gas used now. Chlorine is used as a disinfectant to curb bacteria growth.
"The City has for several years looked at a safer disinfection method," said David Bowles of Monarch Engineering, the Lawrenceburg-based company that engineered the project.

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