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North City Water Reclamation Plant Expansion

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The North City Water Reclamation Plant was built to treat wastewater to recycled water standards for uses other than drinking. Industries involving agriculture, landscaping, and industrial manufacturing can use recycled water for their needs, leaving more of the imported drinking water supply available for a community’s daily tasks. In order to continue providing recycled water to these large consumers while also producing the recycled water for advanced treatment in the North City Pure Water Facility, the North City Water Reclamation Plant will be expanded from producing 30 million gallons per day (mgd) to 52 mgd of recycled water.

The expansion will occur on the existing North City Water Reclamation Plant property on Eastgate Mall across from the future North City Pure Water Facility site. The Pure Water Facility Influent Conveyance Pump Station will be used to convey recycled product water to the NCPWF where it will receive advanced treatment to produce purified water. The pump station will be located on the NCWRP property adjacent to the Pure Water Demonstration Facility.

Satellite view of North City Water Reclamation Plant Expansion

Construction Schedule

Project Started: August 2021

Anticipated Completion: 2025

Construction is primarily taking place on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Informational Materials

Background Information

Construction Notices

Community Presentations

  • Documents will be posted when available.

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