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Post Point’s biosludge: Coming to a garden near you?

City ponders future management of human waste

Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant next to the waterfront blocked off by railroad tracks.
Bellingham City Council members are exploring options for updating the Post Point Wastewater Treatment Facility, an outdated and "Band-aided" facility. The current proposal could cost the city more than $200 million. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Bellingham officials mulling the future of the aging Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant are consi
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