Plan eyed for United Water to run Nassau County sewage treatment plant

Plan eyed for private co. to run Nassau sewage plant

The Nassau Legislature could vote in July on a plan to have New Jersey-based United Water run the plants.

A new proposal to have a private company operate Nassau's three sewage treatment plants could be approved soon, according to county officials.

County Executive Ed Mangano says the proposed deal with New Jersey-based United Water will save taxpayers roughly $10 million per year, because the county workers at the three facilities will become private employees. He also says United Water can run...

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