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TESTING - Plant operator Cristian Avila draws water samples from the Camino upper level pond that will be taken to El Dorado Hills for testing. Avila qualified to be hired as a certified plant operator after completing coursework created at the El Dorado center of Folsom Lake College in cooperation with the El Dorado Irrigation District.

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Camino plant getting improved remote control

By From page A3 | August 18, 2014

The Camino Wastewater Treatment Plant is in the process of getting a nearly $60,000 upgrade to its remote control system.

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