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Roger Road Sewage Treatement Plant

Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

Tilapia farmed in reclaimed water are "cleaner than any fish from the wild," says UA professor Kevin Fitzsimmons.

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Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

There's something fishy going on at the old Roger Road sewage treatment plant, or at least there could be if Pima County and UA can agree on a deal that would net taxpayers millions of dollars.

July 13, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

Plant manager Frank Gall stands over an empty 220,000-gallon equalization basin at Pima County's Roger Road sewage treatment facility. University of Arizona researchers are proposing to use the decommissioned plant as a research station and fish hatchery.

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Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

Something fishy is afoot at old wastewater plant

The Roger Road treatment plant at 2600 W. Sweetwater Drive will be decommissioned as a new facility is brought online. Pima County has budgeted $32 million to raze the plant.

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