Florida water-treatment facility will start operating next month

Officials in Florida's Lake County will soon start using an ancient Roman method to clean polluted water flowing out of Lake Apopka. Next month, they will start operating a $7.3 million water-treatment facility that will inject the water with aluminum sulfate. Officials estimate the facility can treat up to 8 million gallons of water per hour.

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