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    AquaBounty relinquish the prior permit granted for a different wellfield earlier this year

    The original wellfield offered a viable solution, but the second option would be better in the long term, says CEO Sylvia Wulf.

    Following news that the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Water Resources granted them a new withdrawal and consumptive use permit for necessary water use at the Company’s farm in Pioneer, Ohio, AquaBounty has announced that it will relinquish the previous permit that was granted for a different well field earlier this year. CEO Sylvia Wulf, pleased with the ODNR’s decision, thinks that the newly approved second option is a better long-term solution and reaffirms its commitment to the local community.

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