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Built for a gusher of development, Delaware County wastewater plant takes a trickle

DELAWARE — The lonely buildings just west of the Scioto River, on the western edge of Delaware County, should be buzzing with energy.

The intake building should be churning wastewater, filtering impurities and supporting the development and growth that have made the rest of the county an economic powerhouse, fueled by sought-after schools and new homes.

But 10 years after it was built, the Lower Scioto Water Reclamation Facility is a quiet place, operating at less than 10 percent of its capacity of about 1.4 million gallons per day.

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