That foul smell emanating from Saline’s wastewater treatment plant might be eliminated by work already being done at the facility. That’s what city officials hope. Because if the odors persist after completion of phase two of the $4.5 million improvement project, the city may have an expensive problem on its hands.
Water Superintendent Bob Scull told Saline City Council that the foul odor emanating from the wastewater treatment facility in February appears to have been an isolated occurrence. Scull and TetraTech engineer Brian Rubel provided city council with a report on the odor issue at the plant at Monday’s meeting.