What Does My Community Get for Its Money?

  • New plant construction provides growing areas with the ability to handle increased wastewater flows.
  • Treatment facility upgrades replace deteriorating or outdated facilities and equipment. Generally, treatment equipment lasts 10 to 20 years; structures last at least 30 years.
  • Sewer line construction extends lines to developing areas and ensures that excess water does not overload sewers.
Operations & Maintenance
  • Certified personnel operate treatment facilities with maximum efficiency and safety.
  • Laboratory testing ensures the cleanest, safest water possible for discharge or reuse.
  • Facility and equipment maintenance involves repairing and replacing pumps, motors, and other equipment essential to facilities’ operations.
  • Collection system maintenance involves cleaning and repairing sewer lines.
  • Residuals management involves processing, then disposing or recycling the solids removed from treated wastewater.