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Why is there a sewage odor in the air around the Bradley Creek area?

Kevin Maurer

The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is replacing equipment that is part of an odor and corrosion control program, utility spokeswoman Carey Disney Ricks said.

“These units are under construction and should be completed by spring 2011,” Ricks said.

Last year, the CFPUA installed dosing facilities at 23 locations throughout the city of Wilmington, the town of Wrightsville Beach and New Hanover County.

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