Hooksett Sewer Commission tries to strike a deal with Walmart
“The original deal was for a smaller line that would be for just them to use, and then the town got involved and saw that there are other companies looking at (the exit 10 area of the I-93) and began looking at expanding it,” Sewer Commission Chairman Sid Baines said.
“They (Walmart) don’t want a septic system; they want to be on municipal sewer or build a sewer treatment plant on site. Originally (Walmart) had gone to the town about a treatment plant, but this is better. By working with the town, this saves them the operational cost of maintenance costs and not having to hire new employees,” said Bruce Kudrick, superintendent of Hooksett’s wastewater plant.
“They are a big company. I would imagine that a project like this is just a small line-item for their board of directors. I hope we hear back soon,” he said.
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