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Chiefland leaders heard March 10 about a proposed water-bottling plant that wants to tap 300,000 gallons of city water daily.
About 100,000 gallons of sewer service will be required daily to process the drinking water, Building and Zoning Administrator Bill Hammond Jr. said. Ninety-nine percent of that, he added, will go back to the aquifer.
"It's actually potable water when they get done with it," Hammond said. "That discharge to our sewer would just be like the normal bathroom use of any other business."
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