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New Technology Raises Lowly Drainage to a Loftier Place

People walk in front of the iconic sign for Seattle's Pike Place Market, Friday, Aug. 31, 2012. (AP Photo/Chris Grygiel)


It’s no surprise, with the risk of being smacked in the head by a 25-pound king salmon careening through the air, that Seattle’s 100 year-old Pike Place Market may be best known for its charismatic fishmongers. And of course, purveyors of morsels and spirits.

Among the many food vendors, fried food isn’t hard to find, and the market’s waste drainage sees the side effects. Over the decades, the market has grown, and the demand for fried food has too. Each new deep fryer puts additional strain on the drainage system.

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