The things you learn


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

City of Troy Assistant Superintendent at the Wastewater Treatment Plant Ken Parks led one of several third grade groups from Kyle Elementary School around the facility Tuesday in Troy. The Wastewater Treatment Plant partnered with the Miami County Park District for its educational field trip for children. During the visit third grade students learned how the facility mimics the same thing nature does for water. Parks explained to students the various steps taken to clean the water that flows into the facility everyday. They also learned that the facility cleans the water to protect aquatic life. The students were among several third and fourth grade groups to visit the plant and the Great Miami River over a two-day period.

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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News City of Troy Assistant Superintendent at the Wastewater Treatment Plant Ken Parks led one of several third grade groups from Kyle Elementary School around the facility Tuesday in Troy. The Wastewater Treatment Plant partnered with the Miami County Park District for its educational field trip for children. During the visit third grade students learned how the facility mimics the same thing nature does for water. Parks explained to students the various steps taken to clean the water that flows into the facility everyday. They also learned that the facility cleans the water to protect aquatic life. The students were among several third and fourth grade groups to visit the plant and the Great Miami River over a two-day period.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2017/09/web1_170905aw_WasteWater_6671.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News City of Troy Assistant Superintendent at the Wastewater Treatment Plant Ken Parks led one of several third grade groups from Kyle Elementary School around the facility Tuesday in Troy. The Wastewater Treatment Plant partnered with the Miami County Park District for its educational field trip for children. During the visit third grade students learned how the facility mimics the same thing nature does for water. Parks explained to students the various steps taken to clean the water that flows into the facility everyday. They also learned that the facility cleans the water to protect aquatic life. The students were among several third and fourth grade groups to visit the plant and the Great Miami River over a two-day period.