To reduce the city's nitrogen discharges, the Bloomberg administration announced last March that it would spend about $115 million over the next decade on nitrogen-control technologies at sewage plants on the bay. That investment began paying off this week, as work started on the installation of a state-of-the-art ammonia recovery system at the 26th ward wastewater treatment plant on Jamaica Bay.
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