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The Bedford Regional Water Authority (BRWA) needs to stick a bigger straw in Smith Mountain Lake.
The new water treatment plant BRWA will build on the former Camp 24 site will be able to treat up to 6 million gallons of water a day, according to Brian Key, BRWA’s director. He said the current High Point plant draws up to 1 million gallons a day. This means BRWA will need a larger water intake pipe, bigger pumps and a larger pump house.
“We need extra space for increased demand,” said Key.
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