Bankrupt wastewater company given sales extension
HAMMOND - A bankrupt wastewater treatment company that operates in the Baton Rouge area has been given an extension to sell its 49 systems in Louisiana.
Density Utilities of Louisiana, based in Hammond, has worked out a deal to sell the systems for $1.2 million.
A bankruptcy court in Georgia has granted a six month extension to get the deal finalized.
Density serves about 2,300 customers in the area, most in Ascension, Assumption, and Tangipahoa parishes.
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