Project Roundup: Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Construction and More

See what’s going on around the country in this listing of new water and wastewater projects

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Alberta
Calgary
Project: Upgrading wastewater treatment plant
Details: Expansion is meant to handle large ongoing population growth
Status: Will open in two stages in 2022 and 2024
Cost: $1 billion

British Columbia
Vancouver
Project: New wastewater treatment plant
Details: Plant will generate 75 percent fewer greenhouse gases
Status: Groundbreaking ceremony held
Cost: $700 million

Colorado
Woodland Park
Project: New wastewater treatment plant
Details: Facility can handle 25 to100 percent population expansion Status: Ribbon-cutting ceremony held, plant is now online
Cost: $8.5 million

Evans
Project: New wastewater treatment plant
Details: Plant has room to grow about 33 percent
Status: Open house held, plant is online
Cost: $43 million

Illinois
Fairbury
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrade
Details: Will quadruple peak capacity to 30 mgd
Status: Groundbreaking ceremony held
Cost: $27 million

Indiana
Kokomo
Project: New water treatment plant
Details: Plant will meet new water quality regulations and enhance efficiency, reliability, and safety while adding a UV disinfection process
Status: Groundbreaking ceremony held
Cost: $11 million

Ohio
St. Marys
Project: New water treatment facility
Details: The old plant is deteriorating after 74 years of service
Status: Groundbreaking ceremony held
Cost: $20 million

Pennsylvania
Reading
Project: Wastewater treatment plant rebuild
Details: Plant will handle 6 billion gallons per year
Status: Construction is 55 percent complete, and it’s slated for 2020 completion
Cost: $140 million

Lawrence County
Project: New water treatment plant
Details: Will provide water to 30,000 residents
Status: Construction started last year and has continued through summer
Cost: $50 million



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