Work-quality issues prompt Ga. county to stop $1.35B wastewater project

Officials in Georgia's DeKalb County have stopped site-prep work on a $1.35 billion water/sewer overhaul project at the Snapfinger wastewater-treatment plant, citing concerns over the quality of work. Among their concerns are construction-related accidents, a structurally unsound retaining wall and water-quality violations. An internal investigation is underway to find out what might have gone wrong, starting with the county's permitting process, according to this article.

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