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Wastewater testing program puts Tempe on the scientific map

Shows strength of ASU’s partnership with the city

Posted 10/31/22

The city of Tempe has long had a symbiotic relationship with the university residing within its borders. 

Arizona State University officials meet with the Tempe City Council annually in a public meeting and the two entities often discuss mutual issues, such as traffic, housing, research and more. With ASU’s history as the country’s most innovative university and Tempe quickly becoming a center for technology, it would appear to be a match made in heaven. 

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