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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California
Chino
Project: New water treatment plant
Details: Will serve as a backup supply to the imported water delivered through the Rialto Pipeline
Status: In design phase
Cost: $20 million

Florida
Milton
Project: New wastewater treatment plant
Details: Will replace the old facility which is nearing capacity
Status: Groundbreaking held
Cost: $30 million

Louisiana
Shreveport
Project: Water treatment plant renovation
Details: Pump station renovation, also includes replacement of ozone generation and feed equipment
Status: Groundbreaking held
Cost: $36 million

Iowa
Waukon
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrade
Details: Current plant was built in 1965 and hasn’t seen renovations since 1986
Status: Nearing completion
Cost: $12.3 million

Minnesota
Bemidji
Project: New water treatment plant
Details: Designed to address PFAS contaminants
Status: Ribbon-cutting ceremony held
Cost: $7.4 million

New York
Rome
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrades
Details: Construction of anaerobic digester and combined heat and power improvements 
Status: Construction ongoing through 2021
Cost: $14.7 million

North Carolina
New Hanover
Project: Water treatment plant expansion
Details: Can treat and distribute an additional 1 mgd
Status: Completed
Cost: $1.05 million

Texas
Missouri City
Project: Water treatment plant expansion
Details: Processing capacity doubles from 10 mgd to 20 mgd
Status: Ribbon-cutting ceremony held
Cost: $20 million

Plugerville
Project: New wastewater treatment facility
Details: Will upgrade capacity to 24 mgd
Status: Construction set to begin in 2022
Cost: Unknown

Wisconsin
La Crosse
Project: Wastewater treatment plant expansion
Details: Will meet new state standards on phosphorus pollution, among other improvements
Status: Groundbreaking held
Cost: $68 million



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