HOQUIAM, Wash. – The City of Hoquiam entered into a lease agreement with the Port of Grays Harbor last night that gives them a lot to process biosolids removed from the Hoquiam Lagoon.
City Administrator Brian Shay explained "The first thing we’ll do is we’ll go in and remove all the biosolids, then once that’s done we’ll build the dike. Like when you see the Port out there dredging the channel, we’ll bring in a floating barge and we’ll dredge it out, pipe the material to that site, they’ll squeeze the water out of it, and then it will be loaded into containers and hauled away"
The property will be leased from October 1st of this year to September 30th 2010 for 1 thousand, 87 dollars per month.
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