Wastewater from Marzetti Frozen Pasta flows into Little Four Mile Creek


WHAT COULD BE THE REASON SOME STATIONS BROUGHT OUT HUNDREDS OF GALLONS OF WASTEWATER WAS DISCHARGED INTO A LITTLE FOUR MILE CREEK INFLUENCE NEAR ALTOONA. IT WAS CAUSED BY A CLOGGED SEWER PIPE – IN MARZETTI FROZEN FDSOO, MRN SAYS THE COMPANY REPORTED THE RELEASE OF WASTEWATER FROM PROCESSED PROCESSES – THEY CUT ON THE LAND ABOUT 100 METERS BEFORE REACHING THE TRIB

Wastewater from frozen food business drains 100 yards to Little Four Mile Creek

Hundreds of gallons of treatment wastewater reached Little Four Mile Creek on Monday due to a clogged sewer line, according to the Iowa Department of National Resources. The Iowa DNR declared “starchy treatment wastewater” from Marzetti Frozen Pasta, located at 803 Eighth St. SW, flowing about 100 yards to a small tributary of the creek. The sewage made the stream appear cloudy and white, but the Iowa DNR said the discharge did not result in the death of fish. appropriate enforcement measures.

Hundreds of gallons of treatment wastewater reached Little Four Mile Creek on Monday due to a clogged sewer line, according to the Iowa Department of National Resources.

The Iowa DNR said “starchy process wastewater” from Marzetti Frozen Pasta, located at 803 Eighth St. SW, was flowing about 100 meters to a small tributary of the creek.

Sewage made the stream cloudy and white, but the Iowa DNR said the discharge did not result in the death of fish.

The Iowa DNR said it was monitoring the cleanup and “would consider any appropriate enforcement action.”

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