WILX.com reports that Michigan State University will overhaul its water system, improving water quality and doubling the campus water supply.

The project carries $21 million price tag, and a nearly two year timetable.

A new water treatment plant will be built, improving campus water quality. And, a new storage tank will increase the storage capacity. Once completed, the new facilities will be able to filter 6 million gallons of water per day. The new storage tank will be built above ground, saving costs on pumping water from the current underground storage tank.

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