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May 30, 2014 - 11:00
Seacoast Online

Energy-saving measures in facility save town $50K

The story's a well-known one in Hampton's municipal circles. When Public Works Director Keith Noyes started on the job in mid-2011, he went out on a tour of all of the stations and plants that compose the town's wastewater treatment system.

The tour started at the Church Street pump station, which is responsible for pumping all of Hampton Beach's sewage to the treatment plant. It's there that the tour also abruptly stopped, just mere minutes after it began, because Noyes was shocked at the level of disrepair and inefficiency within the aging structure.

Over the last three years, Noyes has often told the story of how he started his campaign to fix one of the most important buildings on the beach, although he was beaming Thursday because it marked the first time he could tell it while standing inside the completed state-of-the-art replacement for the Church Street pump station.

"A new sewer pump station isn't as romantic as a new fire station...; but it's just as important," said Noyes.

The town of Hampton officially celebrated the completion of the plant Thursday during a ceremony in which Unitil gave the town a $50,652 rebate check for a number of energy-saving measures installed as part of the new station.

...Tim Noonis, Unitil's senior business development manager, said the machinery will in total save Hampton roughly 1.5 million kWh over its lifetime.

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