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What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: space-time
Date: December 06, 2018 06:05PM
There is no label on google maps. I drive by, there is a sign on the gate but I didn't have time to stop and read it.

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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: billb
Date: December 06, 2018 06:11PM
looks like a typical sewer wastewater treatment plant



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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: macphanatic
Date: December 06, 2018 06:36PM
Waste water treatment.
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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: space-time
Date: December 06, 2018 06:45PM
That's what I thought. Thanks.

Question: if you were to buy a house, how far away from it would you stay? I see some houses within hundred yards.
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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: GGD
Date: December 06, 2018 07:14PM
Do they have well water in that area, or municipal water?

Might want to sniff around on a nice hot summer day.

Those train tracks should also be investigated, passenger or freight? Is there a crossing nearby with bells and trains blowing their horns? Late night long freight trains?
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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: Speedy
Date: December 06, 2018 07:25PM
Yep, GGD is right, the tracks are a much bigger concern.



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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: Sarcany
Date: December 06, 2018 07:25PM
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space-time
That's what I thought. Thanks.

Question: if you were to buy a house, how far away from it would you stay? I see some houses within hundred yards.

In the summer, the "earthy" odor from my local plant -- which is not necessarily unpleasant -- can easily travel a half mile.



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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: billb
Date: December 06, 2018 07:28PM
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That's what I thought. Thanks.

Question: if you were to buy a house, how far away from it would you stay? I see some houses within hundred yards.

They usually put up a fence to keep you out.



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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: macphanatic
Date: December 06, 2018 07:32PM
Federal regs have tightened up on odor emission. Many of the plants around me have put lids on their sludge tanks which greatly reduces odor emissions.

My concern would be the train tracks. Freight lines transport all kinds of nasty chemicals.
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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: Kraniac
Date: December 06, 2018 10:37PM
as stated above..these places can really hang a dense stench over a decent area..much worse in Summer..i'd get to know the prevailing winds and even then..keep a decent distance and be on the right side of it.

My old work Buddy and I used to drive through an area on the south east side of chicago regularly for a three year gig we had some years ago..this area had sewage treatment and we named that stench.."the soul piercing funk"..cause it does..something particularly and really nasty about it.
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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: billb
Date: December 06, 2018 11:20PM
If I were a real estate agent I would convince you that you get used to it in no time.
Just like cigarette smoke.



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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: December 07, 2018 06:53AM
....can't be Holy water....



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Re: What kind of water processing plant is this?
Posted by: MrNoBody
Date: December 08, 2018 08:33PM
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Those train tracks should also be investigated, passenger or freight? Is there a crossing nearby with bells and trains blowing their horns? Late night long freight trains?

Those are Amtrak's NE mainline tracks. Trains 24/7 including Acela Express and there's a lot of housing all along the route in NJ. Looks like Plainsboro area.



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