Queen Creek’s Sewer Cooperative

Since then, the plant has a processed liquids capacity of 16 million gallons per day (MGD), with an eventual capacity of 52 MGD. Mesa’s ultimate ownership is planned to be 24 MGD, with Gilbert owning 20 MGD and Queen Creek owning 8 MGD.  The plant features on-site treatment of bio solids. Two large egg-shaped digesters are part of a state-of-the-art solids handling facility. The current facility can handle 24 MGD of solids. The solids facility will eventually be able to

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Lake Pleasant’s Award Winning Water Treatment Plant

The desert region of central Arizona is now the site of North America’s largest design-build water treatment plant. The advanced facility has succeeded at maintaining and treating an average of 80 million gallons a day and also has state of the art disinfecting capabilities. The current intake will ultimately be expanded to 320 mgd to keep pace with increasing development in northern Phoenix.  This construction effort included a raw water intake and pump station, 1.5 miles of large-diameter pipeline and

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Prescott’s Sewer Preservation Projects

The city of Prescott has many sewer rehabilitation projects underway.  A majority of the City water comes from six wells in Chino Valley. The water is pumped into a five million gallon reservoir at the Chino Production Facility, and from there pumps convey it to Prescott via high-pressure water mains. Thirty water storage tanks/reservoirs and thirty-eight booster stations are maintained to provide water throughout more than sixty-six pressure zones that serve the City. The thirty storage tanks contain up to

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