Sacramento's Sanitation District Plans $1.5 Billion Upgrade

Sacramento expects to spend at least $1.5 billion on a wastewater system upgrade. Only a few recent public works projects, like freeways and public transit, carry a similar price tag.

After initially challenging the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board’s findings that elevated volumes of ammonia and pathogens were present in the water flowing out of the Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, Sacramento’s sanitation district has agreed to move...

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