Regional decant facility ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 3 in Port Orchard

PORT ORCHARD – Port Orchard city officials will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the regional decant facility on Tuesday, Jan. 3, starting at 1 p.m., at 1272 Lloyd Parkway in the Port Orchard Industrial Park.

The project consisted of construction of a new three-bay decant structure with a metal roof, below-grade concrete structure with a metal roof to house a dumpster, a lined bio-retention pond, swing-arm access gate, rainwater harvesting system, oil/water separator vault, metered water supply and necessary electrical systems.

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