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(KSL News) A new sewer treatment plant could soon be built on the banks of the Jordan River.
Utah Water Quality board members gave the South Valley Sewer District a $22 million loan to help fund a high-tech $134 million treatment plant.
It will serve the southern third of the valley.
Officials say it's needed to keep up with a growing population.