Water Treatment Plant

Water Treatment Plant in Carlton Making Headway

The project, which will cost about $5 million, will upgrade underground infrastructure and add a new supply well.

DULUTH, Minn. – A new water treatment plant in Carlton is making headway after the city broke ground in October to replace the previous one built in 1979, which is now deteriorating. The project, which will cost about $5 million, will upgrade underground infrastructure and add a new supply well. A water infrastructure fund grant from the Public Facilities Authority…