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Cream Cheese Plant Uses ‘Unsustainable & Disruptive’ Amounts of Water

A Philadelphia Cream Cheese plant in the Village of Lowville, NY, has been issued a mandatory water conservation order. The plant recently used more than a million gallons of water in a day, when the village’s water filtration plant can only filter 1.3 million gallons in a 24-hour period, according... Read more » The post Cream Cheese Plant Uses ‘Unsustainable & Disruptive’ Amounts of Water appeared first on Environmental Leader.
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