SATSUMA, Ala. (WALA) - Some citizens in Satsuma are concerned about an agreement between the Satsuma Water Board and American Tank Wash Company.
The agreement would allow the Creola based company to dispose of waste water into the city's sewer system.
City Council member Matt Dial, who is also vice chairman of the Satsuma Water Board, said the agreement will bring about $7,500 of added monthly revenue to the Water Board.
Dial said the waste water has been tested by a private company and poses no threat to water safety in the city.
Residents are worried that the city has not done enough to ensure Satsuma's water supply safety.
FOX10 News Reporter Renee Dials is investigating this story. Look for her report on FOX10 News at 5 p.m.
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