The wastewater treatment plant at the city’s wastewater treatment facility has failed to meet its standard of cleanliness and has been cited as one of the most problematic facilities in the country, according to a new report from The Associated Press.
The Baltimore Sun has obtained a copy of the report from a state inspection agency, which found the facility was not operating in compliance with standards.
The report says the wastewater treatment system is not in a state of good repair, and that it has not been inspected since 2015.
It also states that water has not arrived at the treatment plant in time for it to be tested, and the facility has not met all other requirements for water.
A spokesperson for the Baltimore city Department of Public Works said that wastewater treatment is a “top priority” for the city and that the facility is undergoing a comprehensive inspection.
“We are working hard to improve the quality of our wastewater treatment process and the process of keeping our water safe for residents,” the spokesperson said in a statement to The Associated Post.
A city official said that the city was not in the process to shut down the treatment facility.
Baltimore has had a major water crisis since it began using wastewater in the 1960s.
The city is home to more than 3 million people, and a combination of factors including rising rates of asthma, obesity, diabetes and obesity have contributed to a citywide obesity epidemic.
The AP report also said that Baltimore has not installed a water treatment plant since 2009, and there has been no progress in that regard.
Officials have repeatedly cited poor sanitation and inadequate training as key reasons why water treatment plants fail to meet the federal guidelines for cleanliness.