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Unusual foam found at plant

February 23, 2014

JOHNSTOWN — Large amounts of foam are mysteriously showing up at the Gloversville-Johnstown Wastewater Treatment Facility and plant operators can’t pinpoint its origin....

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JustAnotherOpinion

Feb-23-14 8:51 AM

This leads me to wonder how Fage is disposing of their acidic whey... *******eatocracy.cnn****/2013/06/12/whey-ing-greek-yogurts-environment-impact/

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mrshubbs

Feb-23-14 9:54 AM

There must be some whey to figure this out.

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grant18

Feb-23-14 1:08 PM

If the 50 yr-old trunk line through Johnstown is being handled (and presumably paid for) by the JOINT Sewer Board, why isn't the 100 yr-old trunk line from 11th Ave to Harrison St in Gloversville being handled the same way?

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TiredOfTax

Feb-24-14 8:05 AM

Masick said staff made a round trip to Syracuse using only three-quarters of the vehicle's 10-to-12-gallon tank. so around 8 gallons of gas to go 113 miles? Do the math, an old chevy truck gets as good of mileage! 14.125 miles per gallon is not a savings!

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MrBoB51

Feb-24-14 8:08 AM

Unusual foam...it's most likely Fage but the final report will show it's something innocuous like 'fish spit'.

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MrBoB51

Feb-24-14 8:19 AM

ToT, you're using 'old' math. Common core math requires you to add another zero which makes the mileage 140.125 miles/gallon. If you plant a tree after the trip, and recite 3 'Hail Gore's' and 1 'Our Planet' your carbon footprint is forgiven and four kittens are allowed to live. I think I'm getting the hang of this Enviropoo movement.

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TiredOfTax

Feb-24-14 8:49 AM

No I didn't double the mileage round trip it should be 226 but still 28.25 have to move up to an older Buick park ave to match the MPG on the highway.

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