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Sewer Capacity Delays Development in Eagle Mountain



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(KSL News) In addition to Eagle Mountain's recent water issues, the city council is now delaying development in the city because they don't have any more room for waste.

The council put off approving six plats involving four developments with more than 200 homes. They fear the city's sewer plant is at capacity.

City leaders say the city is trying to provide additional capacity by tweaking the current system to improve efficiency.

They say the plant currently processes about 250,000 gallons per day from about 1,500 homes.

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