Wisconsin’s First Phosphorus Water Quality Trade

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Wisconsin’s First Phosphorus Water Quality Trade

With phosphorus and water quality in Wisconsin’s lakes and streams at the forefront of local environmental concerns, The Probst Group has successfully participated in the state’s first approved industrial water quality trade.

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) recently approved its first water quality trading permit for the Baker Cheese Company, located in St. Cloud, WI. During the design/build/start-up process, Baker Cheese worked closely with The Probst Group, Godfrey and Kahn, S.C., Midwest Prairies, LLC, and the WDNR to develop a successful trade strategy that allows the facility to meet phosphorus discharge limits and also reduces the overall amount of phosphorus released to the local watershed.

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By |2018-07-18T11:52:31-05:00April 6th, 2016|News|0 Comments

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