The new NFL stadium in Columbus, Ohio, is getting ready to open this month.
But first, some water purifiers will be on site to help clean the water.
In a news release issued Thursday, the Columbus City Council approved a water purifying project to use the site’s existing outdoor water source.
The project will use a portable purifier that will be positioned on a pole in front of the existing outdoor facility.
It will be installed at the end of the first day of campground operations.
The council is expected to vote on the project during its April 21 meeting.
The project is expected start as soon as the summer and will last until 2021.
The city also has a tentatively planned site for a larger water purifcation project.
It would be located on the west side of the current outdoor facility and would require an additional $1 million in state and federal funding.
The Columbus city manager said that if the project is approved, the project could start as early as early next year.