Riverside tops Wyoming in wastewater treatment


Erik Gantt

The first ten of 20 biodomes are staged at Riverside's wastewater treatment lagoons Aug. 13. The rest of the biodomes arrived Aug. 16.

"Once we get done with (the biodome project) we will have the most updated and advanced sewer system in the state," mayor Leroy Stephenson said at the Riverside Town Council meeting last Thursday.

Ten biodomes, structures that help process solid waste and aerate wastewater lagoons, arrived from Utah Aug. 3 and another 10 arrived Aug. 16.

The addition of the biodomes to the aeration systems, ultrasonic system and ultraviolet light treatment system already in place makes for the most technologically advanced wastewater treatment system in the state according to Stephenson.

The biodomes themse...

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