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October 7, 2013 2:09 PM

Washington state hopes to test new aquifer system in Kennewick next year

In Washington state's Kennewick is hoping to test a new aquifer system for storing Columbia River water next year. Construction is underway on a pump station near Southridge High School that will allow the city to put treated river water into the Wanapum aquifer and to pump it back into the city's water system.

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