SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (KTIV) -- Work continues to move forward on South Sioux City, Nebraska's new wastewater treatment facility.
The city has now selected a location for the $8 million plant, just south of city limits.
Right now, engineers are looking into electrical costs, along with natural gas prices.
Only the city's industries will be using the new plant, and people living in South Sioux will still be on Sioux City's system.
Leaders say the plant's design phase is moving along as scheduled, and the facility should take about a year to complete.
Demolition is in full swing on the South Sioux City, Nebraska, grain elevator damaged in an explosion, last month.
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