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State officials are banking on untested technology to help reduce nitrate pollution in Fanning Springs.
The Suwannee River Water Management District governing board voted unanimously Thursday at a meeting in Cedar Key to approve spending $300,000 in state money on two vibrating screens to remove solids in wastewater from an unidentified dairy located in the springshed, as well as a station to control the operation and the retrofitting of 11 center pivot sprayers on the farm.
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